And who is the rumored baby daddy?
Mindy Kaling! Oprah! Reese Witherspoon!
WHAT ABOUT B.J., MINDY?!?!
"It's so weird being my own role model."
The only black thing in my closet is my Catwoman costume."
Reading is the perfect way to get lost in a juicy story while making yourself feel semi-smart
See which of these funny women would be down to host a late-night talk show.
It’s almost Fall, which means that, in addition to pumpkin spice lattes and foliage, it’s also time to accept the...
"If you've got it, flaunt it. And if you don't got it? Flaunt it."
“When you think a girl looks pretty, say it."
We were so sad to learn that Fox decided to cancel The Mindy Project - like, WTF?
Fox decided to break our hearts, and Hulu might be our rescuer.
If most of these apply to you, chances are you're more Mindy than most.
Mindy Kaling confesses to taking some things from the Vanity Fair Oscars party.
We can't help but love her even more every time she steps out in some over-the-top tweed ensemble, an outfit made of like 5 layers, or some bright-ass monochromatic getup.
But still, Kaling doesn't need someone to put a ring on it to feel complete.
Mindy Lahiri of The Mindy Project seems to have this whole relationship thing down.
Keep an eye out for these 35 signs, which will prove that Mindy's soul speaks to your soul in a way that cannot be summed up in words, but in gifs and a sense of wholeness.
Thankfully, zig zag patterns are very easy to find right now, so getting Mindy's look isn't as difficult as you think.
I obviously wanted SOMEONE to hear all the crazy things I want though, so I'm going to share them with you, lovely CC readers. It can't hurt because if any of you are super well-connected and want to make one of these things happen, be.my.guest.
Having given in to my studious nature, I’m happy to produce for you 11 women you should feel threatened by over the next few months. Don’t worry, not in a literal sense, just in a “my boyfriend’s totally thinking about how hot she looks” kind of sense.
As a Florida girl, I love summer (the only season we ever get), but now that I live in New York City I'm excited to actually experience a real season.
While thinking about which qualities I wanted in a friend, I started thinking about which celebrities I would like to be friends with instead.
Thanks to the CC reader who recommended we pick up Mindy Kaling's hilarious autobiography for our February pick! Mindy is best known for her work as a television writer and actress, specifically playing Kelly on NBC's The Office, so I knew that this one would be good. We also need your recs for March's pick, so be sure to leave that along with your comments!
Hello all you fabulous bookworms! I'm here to happily announce the CC Book Club's pick for the fine month of February. My birthday is this month (the 11th!), so I've always loved February and wanted to give it a really good book. Someone suggested that we read Mindy Kaling's "Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?" I've seen the book and heard great things, so I figured why not?
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Flying high on the release of her new book, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?, we thought we'd share some of the reasons why Mindy Kaling is one of our favorite Hollywood funny girls.
•The good, bad, and ugly of the flight attendant lifestyle •Aqua has a new music video, and it's not exactly 'Barbie Girl' •How to break up...with a friend •Seems like Lilo is getting work again •Hottest fall hair trends this fall •You CAN wear white after Labor Day, here's how •Mindy Kaling needs to take over Hollywood
• 7 steps to finding the perfect bikini • See douchebaggery at its worse • What's the meanest thing you've ever said? • I have the biggest girl crush on Mindy Kaling • Miley's life continues to baffle me • Who is going to win American Idol? • Is it just me or is Rosie ALWAYS trying to start a fight
In honor of Women’s History Month, CollegeCandy has decided to spotlight some of the world’s most influential women. Last week we focused on the women from our generation and this week, we pay attention to some of the most spectacular thirty-somethings. These are the women that show us life really does get interesting in your 30s, whether you're a famous movie star or activist.
When I groaned after No Strings Attached ended, my friend turned to me and said, “If you hate romance, don’t go see romantic comedies!” And those who have read my reviews before probably already know that I’m not a sucker for romance. So you would think that I might enjoy a comedy about platonic sex buddies Emma and Adam (played by Nathalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher).
The big tragedy of moving back into my apartment today was realizing that since I decided to save money by nixing the cable TV, I could not watch the Emmy Red Carpet show. It was traumatic. Watching the stars arrive and chat with Ryan Seacrest is the highlight of my night and way more exciting than watching people ramble off a list of thank yous before they are kindly escorted off the stage.
Like most normal humans between the ages of 12 and 70, I love The Office. And, like most American women...