June is infamously known as "wedding mayhem month." It seems like couples everywhere choose this month over any other to say their own "I dos." Stars ...
But criticism aside -- and disagreeing with some, come on, those girls had jobs -- the true draw of "The Hills" was its ability to capture friendship in all its doom and glory.
There are no coincidences in Tinseltown. Every story you consume about Hollywood has a purpose and that purpose is to make money for the celebrity.
The blogosphere is vibrating with the news of what may or may not have happened to Fergie. The Pea, not the Princess. We think we know what happened, as we've become experts on just about everything lately.
This show has finally pushed the envelope of shock-jock reality TV to a new and dangerous level. Not only is the premise insane (and on par with sketch comedy), but it's deeply saddening.
Hollywood's definition of homelessness is warped. Losing 10 million dollars does not make a person homeless. Especially, when the brand of their name could fill their bank account again.
The ladies of New Jersey, New York, Orange County, Atlanta and DC might not have much in common (Countess de Lesseps and Kim Zolciak don't exactly seem like they'd be best buds) but one thing they do share is a dream. A dream to be lean.
What age is too young to start getting cosmetic work done? I'm hoping that by taking action now, I'm warding off future need for more intensive (and costly) operations like a face-lift.
What an eventful 24 hours! At least for me. Last night, I attended the 25th Anniversary screening of the iconic 80's film Desperately Seeking Susan ...
If Dr. Ryan had cared so goddamn much about Heidi, he wouldn't have warned her DDD was too big -- he would have flat-out refused to have given her the operation.
I was checking out at a local market in West Hollywood recently, when I noticed a stray pamphlet advertising a special "elective plastic surgery" credit card.
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.
We must stop trying to act like the leaders of the free world when all we can think about are boobs and rumps. Heck, even our politicians and priests are preoccupied with body parts.
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.