A new report from a university in the United Kingdom used scientific research to tell us what we already know, STOP following your ex on social media platforms. According to the study (and ANY best friend worth a quarter) it hinders emotional recovery.
With word that Rihanna is following Chris Brown on twitter again, who is going to break this to her? Katy Perry? Brooklyn Decker? How about his mama since they speak everyday? I nominate Tina Turner. Even with her Madonna-esque English accent I believe her more than capable of some real talk.
Written by: Kia K.
The September issues are already being delivered, and because the Postal Service needed more problems, this year's mags might be a little hard to stuff into your mailbox. Vogue is always a little on the hefty side this time of year, with the latest issue having around 650 ad pages and weighing in at 4.5 pounds. Elle and InStyle come in a close second and third with a little over 400 pages each.
If you don't want to risk muscle strain or hernias lugging these things around, we found some of the best covers for you--but you'll have to risk all of that to look at the pretty editorials.
Penelope Cruz looking positively 80s for W, by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
Lady Gaga landed another Vogue cover, also shot by Mert and Marcus. This one might be a bit of a miss though. People, myself included, seem to prefer a photoshopped cover with RuPaul more than this one.
Gwen Stefani was shot by Terry Richardson for Harper's Bazaar. Loving Gwen in this, makes me even more excited about No Doubt's upcoming album.
Sofia Vergara heats up Allure in an off the shoulder Gucci dress. I think Carter Smith did a great job with this shoot.
Katy Perry rocks purple locks for Elle. Smith shot this one as well, with Perry in a bubblegum pink Bottega Veneta dress.
Fresh off of Spicing up her life at the Olympics, Victoria Beckham covers Glamour. She wears some of her own designs in the shoot by Pamela Hanson.
Jennifer Lopez joins the other pop stars on InStyle by Michelangelo di Battista. I'm not entirely sure about the cover outfit, even though it is Givenchy, but she looks fab in that Salvatore Ferragamo leather skirt.
Nicole Kidman is turning heads, and cheeks for V's Fall fashion issue. Photographed by Mario Testino, Kidman channels her trashy character from her upcoming movie 'The Paperboy.'
Of course we can't forget about the guys. Star football players Cam Newton and Tim Tebow make appearances on GQ for their NFL Kick-Off issue. They both look good, but I'm feeling Cam more here, he is a Carolina Panther after all!
Which magazine are you picking up at the check-out line?
Written by: Brittani
Photo via Interview Magazine
Every chick who appears on the cover of Interview Magazine winds up looking like Lindsay Lohan. Even Madonna looks like LL tries to look. Wait, what? Actually, Katy Perry doesn't look insane here, she just looks like, oh Lord--I'm repeating myself. One good thing? She doesn't look like Smurfette. I don't think grown-ass women should have blue hair, but that's just me.
Katy's ex-husband, Russell Brand is obviously a complete nut. A naughty, philandering, jheri-curled nut. The worst thing with this outfit to me would be the white sandals. I'm pretty sure they are women's sandals (not that there's anything wrong with that), but--there IS something wrong with it. They are all cushioned and so pristine. I don't find that in any way sexy. Generally, I wish men would keep their toes to themselves.
What the GOT-damnhell is Russell wearing, anyway? A knit hat, saggy-crotched white wrap-shorts, brown legwarmers and a Jesus tablecloth worn as a cape.
And he has the nerve to look at us like that.
Written by: Diva Julia
Say it with me, "DURRRRRP!". Now Russell can go back to "sleeping" with 3 different chicks a day and Katy can go back to her Proactive infomercials and singing horribly live. (Sorry. That was harsh. Not really.)
Thanks to the fine folks at TMZ, we've learned that Russell filed his paperwork for the dissolution of his marriage to Katy in Los Angeles due to, again, SAY IT WITH ME: "Irreconcilable Differences."
No one is surprised by this news, are they?
Written by: Diva Julia
Katy Perry has been a musical guest on SNL before but now she got to host, opening the show with what I assume was a purposely tacky Christmas dress. None of her skits were really memorable, except for her playing Christina Aguilera in a parody of the movie New Years Eve and popping up in another skit as Florence Welch. She did do a good job with the Digital Short featuring Matt Damon was a homeless doctor and Val Kilmer as a scientist. It was as weird as it sounds.
Videos via NBC/SNL
Robyn rocked the house twice, performing "Call Your Girlfriend" and "Dancing On My Own." Check out that those floor humping skills!
During Weekend Update, Alec Baldwin stopped by dressed as a pilot to explain why "Alec" was kicked off his American Airlines flight. Later, Bill Hader as Stefon once again stole the show recommending trendy nightclubs for the holiday season. I think they should have saved Stefon for next week since it will be the last episode of the year.
SNL alum Jimmy Fallon is hosting next weekend with musical guest Michael Buble. Should be a great show!
Written by: Brittani