January 28 2008
Let’s see who wore what. The good, the bad and the ugly!
Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt: Hmm, hate to say it but I am not digging them today. Of course they are my favorites but they look a little sloppy. Brad needs to do something about that mismatched facial hair. Angie’s dress screams “Yes I am pregnant!!”. They are both beautiful and could never look bad but they are not at their best in my opinion.
More to come later… What do you think? Who looks good, bad or ugly?
January 15 2008
While the Golden Globes did not air last night, at least everyone can know that Hollywood’s Hottest Looks will continue on! It seems like no awards season is complete without Angelina Jolie or Johnny Depp but we do have some new faces. Check out our list below!
DESIRED FEMALE FEATURES:
Eva Longoria Parker
DESIRED MALE FEATURES:
November 26 2007
PETA: Have you always been against fur or was there a time when you didn’t know any better?
Christina: When I was 6 years old, I had a little fur coat, but that was it. That’s the only time I’ve ever had any in my life.
PETA: How did you become aware of the animal suffering involved in the fur trade?
Christina: When I became a vegetarian, I just started reading more and more about where fur comes from and what they do to the animals. It all went hand-in-hand together. That was when I was 15.
PETA: What prompted you to go vegetarian? Was there one incident?
Christina: I was eating lunch on the Married With Children set, and they served me some kind of meat (I don’t even know the names of them all anymore because it’s been so long). I looked down and there was blood on my plate, and it was that realization, that I can’t eat something that has been alive, I just can’t do it. So I stopped, and that was it. That was the last time.
PETA: Have you always had animals in your life?
Christina: Always, ever since I was a little girl, my house has been basically a zoo. Everything I have has dog hair on it, and that’s just the way it is.
PETA: PETA does a lot of provocative things in order to keep people focused on important issues. How do you feel about that and about some of PETA’s outrageous tactics?
Christina: I think it’s great that you guys do that. I think that it’s important—sometimes you do have to shout out to be heard.
PETA: We hope your ad will encourage people not to buy fur as gifts during the holidays, which we think should be a time for compassion and empathy toward others. Is there anything you’d like to say to people, with that in mind?
Christina: They make really great synthetic fur—you really don’t need real fur. And it’s cheaper, so why spend the money? The holidays are also a time when people freak out about their finances. If you don’t want to spend the money, why not try some of the other options instead of killing a bunch of animals?
Yes boys, all your Kelly Bundy dreams can now come true. Christina Applegate is once again, single. (Courtesy Columbia)
35-year-old “Married with Children” star Christina Applegate is now officially divorced. Applegate and her husband, actor Johnathon Schaech, have been separated since November 2005, and Schaech filed for divorce in December 2006 citing irreconcilable differences. The end of the couple’s four-year marriage was finalized on Friday in an L.A. court.
Schaech was awarded more than $1.5 million in bank accounts and a 2001 Mercedes-Benz S500. Christina earned herself a cool $7.5 mil in bank accounts, a 2006 Lexus, and two of the couple’s LA residences. Cha-Ching.
Applegate will return to television sets this fall in a new ABC show about a woman who has amnesia entitled, “Samantha Who?” As for Schaech, he has horror flicks in the works including “Living Hell” and a remake of the 1980 chiller “Prom Night,” which costars Brittany Snow.