I mean Erin the Victoria's Secret model is gorgeous, right? Is it really necessary to make her skin tanner, her cleavage more prominent, her abs more defined? How close to perfect are we trying to make these people?
In every relationship, one person is the reacher, one who is dating above their level of attractiveness, and one person is the settler…which is a bit more self-explanatory.
I love a good celebrity look copying. For one of my other internships, it's basically all I do. I also love Kat Dennings.
•George Clooney may be older, but he's still a kid inside •How we became obsessed with Christina Hendrick's body •Ladies is pimps too •Why you should snack with your non-dominant hand •Barely legal: celebrities who got married as teenagers •Kids think planking is actually kid of lame •Would you design your own pad...and no not ipad
If you didn't watch the Emmys last night, well I don't blame you. With the exception of The Lonely Island plus Michael Bolton and company, there wasn't much happening. Sure there were some decent jokes, but where was the pizazz and energy? I spent more time laughing at Michael Vick for getting taken down by the Falcons than I did at Jane Lynch's punchlines. We agreed that if we ran the Emmys, things would have been a lot more exciting.
• Why is Dianna Agron apologizing to Gleeks? • Can today's female icons be both beautiful AND smart? • How to please your man with just your hands. • A guide to dramatic makeup trends for fall. • Looks like John Mayer's got a new target. • The Kardashian girls are coming to QVC (with major cuteness).
• What's keeping you from initiating sex? • Don't look if you're OCD • She proves size 14 is sexy • Your awkward family photos are turning into a TV show • This is tempting me to cut my hair • How to avoid colds this fall • Top 10 reasons for staying monogamous
When we first decided to do this whole "gossip cheat sheet" thing at CollegeCandy we never realized how appropriate that name would be. There hasn't been a week that's gone by since we kicked this thing off where someone in Hollywood wasn't sticking their _______ in someone else's ________. And this week isn't any different.
I've always stood by the belief that curves are the sexiest asset a women could possess. As a naturally curvy woman myself, it is reassuring to watch Beyonce, Kate Winslet, and many other women make hips and thighs a fierce commodity. So when bodacious Christina Hendricks began waltzing around the offices of Sterling Cooper in Mad Men, I couldn't be happier that another bodacious, curvaceous actress was hitting stardom.
Dear Dude, I want a boyfriend. I have been single for the last four years, and although there have been opportunities for love to kindle, things just never seem to work out. I think a part of it is my fault. I am very conscious about my weight (I am full-figured). I think I am a very intelligent, funny and generous person, and I have a great circle of friends.
So obviously the buzz on all the fashion blogs and entertainment channels today is centered on the red carpet from last night's Emmys. I must admit, I only tune in for the pre-show to see what all the celebs are wearing and to get the scoop on who was hot and who was totally not. Why waste three hours of “I’d like to thank God and the academy” when I can Google all that shiz the next day?
I'm pretty sure everyone - no matter how content - would give anything (even that coveted slice of drunken late-night pizza) to be someone else for one day. So this week I asked the CollegeCandy writers which celebrity they'd want to trade places with. Who do you wanna be?
So this week, rather than choosing a specific celebrity whose style I admire, I decided to give an ode to...