A m I the lone stranger who thinks Blake Lively's acting chops blow a fat wad?
Sure, "Gossip Girl" is a shameful indulgence over hither, but that girl can act as well as Serena van der Woodsen can fetch her own Cristal.
The emotionless, insipid "Lively" stilts through Hollywood in the vein of her aforementioned TV counterpart's snooty manner with the luck of charisma and the lank of blonde splendor. Allure's pay keeps lifetime's debt away. Color me Crayola's Fuzzy Wuzzy Brown. (My envy's color.)
Lively reflected on her role in "Gossip Girl" to Bullett magazine as "an actor who plays a caricature of myself on the show."
That caricature is gonna need a jumbo eraser.
She said she is eager to move on after the series ends and, "I don't think I'd say, 'Watch 'Gossip Girl' for my best quality of work.'"
Hide your cougar
Tiger Beat* told me that One Direction's Harry Styles, 18, is not looking for a cougar, contrary to your mom's belief.
"I don't know where the cougar thing came from, to be honest," he said. "I don't know why people got that impression."
Quick. Tell Demi Moore that boy bands are inferior to boy models.
Hopefully Madonna got the memo, so she can hold back her monster arms from palming that boy like a basketball.
*I mean Vogue.
Justica are so the new Brangelina.
Justin Timberlake (circa 2002), with his endearing lovable disposition, spanks us anew with his unexpected comedy, like Brad Pitt (circa 1995). We hated him once (N'Sync with girl curls), like we hated Pitt ("Mr. and Mrs. Smith." Unfaithful louse.).
Jessica Biel is, well, um, one damn lucky girl. Like Angelina Jolie.
And unlike Angelina, hopefully Biel's uterus has its safe word selected.
Quote of the week
Remember that Katy Perry is making that documentary "Part Of Me"?
I don't care either, but she told Ellen DeGeneres that viewers will get to see the pop star on the big screen, sans makeup.
"When you see the film, it's a bit scary because there's a lot of shots of me bloated with zits and normal... I think it's important to start breaking down the idea that to achieve your dream you always have to be perfect or flawless or live in some kind of fantasy world,...So that's why I decided to put everything into the film."
Aw. How nice Katy.
Now go put on some rouge, you're scaring us. (Who says rouge?)
And OMFG, postscript, Kate Middleton totally wore the same dress in 11 days.
That woman disgusts me.