These photos will seriously make your day.
She totally pulled off the flower crown.
Attending a bachelorette party is yet another excuse to go out with the girls and act wild. Right? Well, for...
She popped the question!
Weddings are always so much fun. There's so much love in the air, so much excitement, so much alcohol... It's literally THE party of two peoples' lives (hopefully their only one).
Some of her memorable were recurring roles and others only graced our televisions once. Either way, here are some that I'll never forget.
Ever since Bridesmaids and her Emmy award winning role as Molly in the CBS sitcom, "Mike and Molly," Melissa McCarthy is stealing every single person's heart. She is talented, beautiful and hilarious! Ellen DeGeneres posted a new clip on her YouTube page from when McCarthy stopped by her show recently to talk about the Golden Globes.
• Surprise, Taylor Swift writes songs about love and heartbreak. • Beyonce got a gold-butted fly named after her. • "Bridesmaids" has an element of truth to it. • Katy Perry has dyed her hair blue. It is the color of sadness...?
Ah, the '90s. A tacky but wonderful time. And there’s nothing better on a hot summer day than a blast from the not-so-distant '90s past. Ever wonder what happened to some of those artists that you used to play over and over again on your Walkman? Well bust out your old CD (not mp3) collection, because you’re about to find out.
Melissa McCarthy is absolutely hilarious. And luckily for me, she’s not going anywhere soon. I promise she will become your favorite actress soon (and if she doesn’t, she absolutely should…). She doesn’t seem to have too many boundaries, and that’s just how I like it.
Bridesmaids has been rocking in theaters, earning over $100 million dollars. (Sidenote: loved it when my guy friends were pretty open about the tough decision of choosing between Bridesmaids and The Hangover Part II.) For pretty much the first time ever, the chic flick wasn’t a romcom but just a shout out to ladies, a story about friendship and general hilarity. Because the movie did so well in theaters, Hollywood apparently has a whole slew of women’s interest movies coming up that also won’t be classified as a romcom.
Now, normally I'm a tough movie critic, especially when it comes to movies which target women. Often those movies are predictable, one dimensional, and full of supposedly comedic moments which tend to fall flat. So when I went to see Bridesmaids, one of the most anticipated female movies in a long time, I was hopeful but also skeptical.
Bridesmaids is coming out on May 13th and we've barely been able to get any work done since we've started playing all the trailers on repeat . Not since the Spice Girls movie have we been this excited for a movie celebrating girl power and funny women! (And unlike Spice Girls, this one is intentionally hilarious!)
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They say college is where you meet your bridesmaids. I don't know who the hell "they" are, but it seems true enough. After four years of late night pizza runs, Friday night pre-gaming and makeup sessions, and spooning in tiny twin beds, you are bound to make those tight knit friendships.
Summer is well on its way (it's June already!), as we all know. Along with the endless sunny days and exponential increase of guys without their shirts on, we (unfortunately) also have to deal with the beast that is the summer wedding.
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