lunes, 1 de febrero de 2010
I've been reading your column for years, but felt the need to write about something that's been bugging me for a while: What's the deal with Will Smith? First, he refuses to play a gay man in Six Degrees of Separation. Then, rumors persist that he and Jada have an open relationship. Plus, there are those gay rumors. P.S. I think it's funny that a photo of Jake G. is featured in the January edition of Glamour with the heading "The Man You Thought Was Gay But Wasn't." Interesting choice of actor, no?
Dear Funny, Indeed:
But, isn't Glamour largely for women who aren't all that sexually active yet? Doesn't that kinda make sense? As far as Will and Jada goes, look, said it before, I'll say it again: for somebody who screams on press lines what great sex he and Jada have, well, talk, talk, talk.Keep Reading>>
Jay, who was still sporting Ray Ban sunglasses around 9:30 p.m. arrived with his entourage in tow, which consisted of two model-looking babes as well.
So where was Beyoncé?
Despite the fact B didn't make any fashionable appearance of sorts, don't think Jay forgot about his lady!
Clive was on-stage, paying tribute to a gal in the audience with "five decades" of number one hits. A girl next to Jay-Z got super excited at hearing that, turned to him and said, "OMG...it's Beyoncé! Beyoncé is here!"
JZ's crew started cracking up as B's hubby turned to her and replied:
"Five decades? Five decades? My girl ain't that old!"
Of course, the real recipient of Clive's affection was Barbra Streisand who was being honored at last night's event.Keep Reading>>
My family and I had the misfortune of running into Brad and Angie two years ago in New Orleans. It was a few days before Christmas and they were alone having drinks at the same place as us. We were the only people there and did not fuss over them, but Angie kept giving us death stares and when Brad was talking, she completely ignored him. She looked like she was on heroin or something—so gaunt and skinny—and Brad looked sort of chubby and old. They gave me the creeps. My husband, who has seen a lot in the military, said that it was the most uncomfortable situation he's ever been in! Angie seemed so cold, and at that point I lost all respect for her.
Angie has always come off as an ice queen so I'm not surprised the December weather wasn't the only thing that was...chilly. And if the once ripe couple was already starting to sour years ago, it would explain why they look so totally miserable now.Keep Reading>>
Gaga hit up the Interscope afterparty in Santa Monica last night and was hard to miss, wearing only the nude glittered body suit you see pictured under this silver jacket here. How Britney Spears circa Toxic era, no? Oh, and she was still rocking the gigantic headpiece too, mind you.
So who was rolling in Lady Gaga's entourage? A too-cool-for-school blogger, "Papa" Joe Simpson, and…
A dapper-looking mystery blond gentleman.
First things first, could Lady G have taken a "little monster" for herself? If you remember back in December, Gaga was having her fun with a boy-toy at Hyde club in Hollywood, cozying up and dancing with a guy in an equally outrageous getup.Keep Reading>>
Sure, we realize "Womanizer" was up for Best Dance Recording tonight, so your appearance was totally understandable, but it's been eight long years since you graced the Grammys with your presence!
Which makes this bodysuit and Dolce & Gabbana dress combo a bit of a letdown. Seriously, when that much time has elapsed between Grammy getups, you would think that you'd want to make the most of the situation.
Mind you, we're not expecting you to match the magic of 10 years ago, Brit, but a little more effort would have been appreciated.
Well, there's always next year. Or eight years from now. Whichever comes first.
The 28-year-old diva collected a field-dominating, record-setting six Grammys tonight, but it was 20-year-old Taylor Swift who was standing tallest at the end of the night, her five-times platinum Fearless a winner for Album of the Year.
"When we're 80 years old and we're telling the same stories over and over to our grandkids and they're so annoyed with us, this is the story we're going to be telling over and over again," she said. "Thank you, thank you, thank you!"
Swift, who entered the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards with a whopping eight nominations, made it out with four wins overall, including Best Country Album and Best Female Vocal Country Performance and Best Country Song, both for "White Horse."
Get the complete list of winners.Keep Reading
The veterans of the original 1985 charity single spent the festivities stocking up on music stars to perform on the new rendition, to be recorded Monday in Los Angeles.
Bono and Lady Gaga are among the latest on board for the Haiti-helping tune, joining the likes of Usher, Jason Mraz, Akon, Jennifer Hudson, Carlos Santana, Enrique Iglesias and Toni Braxton. There could be as many as 100 singers on the new rendition. "It's like the biggest honor in life to get a call from our father in music, Quincy Jones," RedOne, who will help produce, told E! News backstage.
Tonight's Grammys also featured a special Mary J. Blige-Andrea Bocelli duet of "Bridge Over Troubled Water." The song will be available for download on iTunes with proceeds going to earthquake relief.
Find out what you can do to help Haiti right here.Keep Reading
Pero ambos artistas fueron superados en la categoría de mejor grabación del año por la banda estadounidense de rock sueño Kings of Leon, que logró tres premios.
El cuarteto de Tennessee, que durante mucho tiempo han sido más populares fuera de su país, finalmente alcanzó el éxito local con el tema "Use Somebody". En una victoria inesperada, se convirtieron en la primera banda de rock de Nashville que gana el Grammy a mejor grabación del año.
Los hermanos Caleb, Nathan y Jared Followill, junto a su primo Matthew Followill, también recibieron dos galardones en el terreno de rock por la canción que les dio fama.
Con una demostración espectacular, Federer despachó ayer domingo en tres sets a Andy Murray para atrapar su cuarto título del Abierto de Australia y aumentar a 16 su récord histórico de coronas en torneos del Grand Slam.
La derrota de Murray prolonga la agonía los tenistas británicos en las grandes citas, un ayuno de 74 años.
Federer se llevó el título australiano al ganar 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (11), en un partido en el estadio Rod Laver Arena que, más allá del desempate del tercer set, no tuvo el drama y las emociones que abundaron en su derrota en la final del año pasado ante el entonces número uno Rafael Nadal.