Friday, February 12, 2010

Carnie Wilson: Don’t Call Jessica Simpson ‘Fat’

During an event to promote her appearance on The Dr. Oz Show (which airs today), Carnie Wilson said she feels like “throwing up” when Jessica Simpson is called “fat.”

“I think Jessica Simpson looks great, and this is why we have a serious problem,” the Unstapled star, 41, tells me. “[When Jessica gets called 'fat'] it definitely contributes to the problem of weight issues and pressure that women — and now, unfortunately, young girls — feel, the pressure that they have to look a certain way.”

She continues, “When the media follows somebody like Jessica Simpson go up 20 pounds or so, I just say, ‘Welcome to the real world.’ Most women in the country would strive to look like Jessica Simpson at her heaviest weight.”

Source: OKMagazine.com

Sandra Bullock tried to ladyscape a pink heart, was in intimate pain

Sandra Bullock burned herself dying her pubic hair.

The actress - who is married to motorcycle enthusiast Jesse James - admits she was horrified when her special Valentine’s Day (14.02.10) grooming efforts went wrong.

She explained: “I decided for Valentine’s Day I would do a special hair thing. I wanted to try to create a pink heart shape with my lower hair. It was painful.

“You had to bleach it first. There’s something about bleach that feels like acid. Then I had to shave it. I was in so much pain, but I kept going and put the pink dye on and it went the wrong colour.”

The 45-year-old star also suffered another dyeing disaster when she went blonde recently for her role in ‘The Blind Side’ because Jesse hated it.

She admitted to Britain’s OK! magazine: “There is a very important person in my life who just didn’t want me being blonde - thank God. There was a big person who said, ‘I don’t like the blonde on you, take it off. You want him to say that.’ You want him to say that. You do.”

Source: Contact Music

Friday, February 05, 2010

Charlie Sheen's Car Found Wrecked at Bottom of Ravine

The LAPD says a car belonging to Charlie Sheen crashed in a steep ravine near his home in Sherman Oaks, Calif.

Authorities received an alert from a system similar to OnStar around 4:00 AM on Friday. Around the same time, Sheen called to report his Mercedes-Benz as stolen.

Police and firefighters found the car about 400 feet down a cliff off of Mulholland Drive, upside-down in a brushy ravine. The area was searched on foot and with an infrared-equipped helicopter, but no victim was found.

"They've looked all around the hillside. There's nobody in the car, nobody around (and no) evidence of anybody being around at the moment of impact," Officer Bruce Borihanh tells the AP.

The LAPD says the case is being treated as an auto theft investigation.

Source: Extra TV

Review of the book It's Okay about It by Lauren Casper

I really enjoyed this book. It is about a parent who has an autistic son and she writes about his life lessons that we all can learn from an...