Like millions of other moms, I eagerly click on photos of women's bodies every week to determine whose muffin tops are bigger than mine and who has more self-control than me after having a baby.
Regardless of what happens this weekend against the Packers, Cutler has proven himself to be a playoff-caliber quarterback. And that's something Chicago has been dreaming of for a long, long time.
At the close of NYFW, I headed to a cabin where nobody could see my freshly scrubbed face and, yes, Ugg boots. Turns out, I'm not alone in this deep-seated desire to shelve my five-inch Alaïa booties and nurture my inner bum.
The Hills has finally come to a close. The truth in all of it is that lives were made (see: Lauren, Whitney Port), lives were ruined (see: Speidi), but the real fallout was on America.
Reality TV "stars" can never get away from the angel or demon created by the producers. This is a slippery slope and the more lies that are spread will only end in disaster for the star, the show or the network.
Nowadays, as Heid and Spencer remain suspiciously absent, The Hills can barely hold my interest and seems to only succeed in warranting more self-disgust for watching with each passing minute.
The Hills in Season 1 bears little resemblance to the show now. Everyone seemed so young, naïve, and innocent. Heidi was a real girl . Le sigh.
Some stuff happened during The Hills' latest episode, called "A New Bird" but all I can remember is that Speidi was suspiciously absent and that Stephanie Pratt doesn't know what lacrosse is.
In this week's episode of The Hills we finally get to see the extent of the Heidi brainwashing, and make no mistakes, that girl is severely delusional.
The social event at the center of this week's Hills episode was a 7-year-old's birthday party. These people are allowed to be around children? Spencer "I'm Insane" Pratt is allowed to be in the presence of kids?
The second episode of this final season of The Hills was... well... it was weird.
It was deeply disturbing watching Heidi's reunion with her family.
The former Hills beauty has sold the rights to turn her book L.A. Candy, into a motion picture; while the former beauty queen pursues a cosmetics contract.
For the first time in four weeks, there isn't one full-cover story on Michael Jackson! Good news for the Jacksons but bad news for the Gosselin's!
I've had to really examine my need to write about the finale of The Hills before actually putting pen to paper.