Taylor Lautner’s is still getting used to how dramatically his life has changed since he landed the role of lovesick werewolf Jacob Black in The Twilight Saga.
“There are twelve cars that camp outside my house,” the 17-year-old reveals in the Teen Vogue’s October issue. “You can’t ever really get used to it, because it’s not normal to have people snapping pictures of everything you do. You just have to try not to let it affect you.” Read the rest of this entry »
In her first interview since announcing her departure from American Idol, former judge Paula Abdul opens up about the possibility of returning to television’s top-rated show — and her newest project as a guest star on Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva.
In a chat with TV Guide Magazine, Paula speaks candidly about her decision to leave Idol — and reveals if there is anything series producers can do to get her back.
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“Girls have the vag, so we make the rules,” says burgeoning bombshell and international sex symbol Megan Fox– albeit not exactly in those words.
Megan is sitting pretty in pink as cover girl on the October issue of Cosmo, and the outspoken vamp — who will play a maneating cheerleader in the horror flick Jennifer’s Body this fall — is sounding off on everything from monogamy to nudity and dating actors.
Megan On Dating Actors: “It’s fun when someone intends to put you in his back pocket, but instead, he walks away wounded. I make it a mind game so they don’t know if I’m hitting on them or mocking them. Male actors drop lines about their private jets, trying to seem powerful, but I don’t give a shit,” says the 23-year-old star, who is dating 36-year-old thespian Brian Austin Green. “I don’t need someone else’s power. I’m obtaining my own.”
Megan On The Power Of Women In Relationships: “Women hold the power because we have the vaginas. If you’re in a heterosexual relationship and you’re a female, you win.”
(That last part makes for a cute t-shirt slogan, don’t you think?)
What legendary rocker chick would she go lez for? The Runaways’ Joan Jett! “Joan would never date me, but I would date her like this!” she told the mag, snapping her fingers. “I love her. Of course, I’ve never met her, and she would probably hate me, and then I’d cry for weeks.”
Megan On Monogamy: “Women hold the power because we have the vaginas. If you’re in a heterosexual relationship and you’re a female, you win.”
For more quirky quotables from actress Megan Fox, check out the Oct. issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine, on newsstands Sept. 8.
Kim Kardashian has joined the staff of OK! Magazine as the publication’s Contributing Beauty Editor.
Kim, who recently announced the launch of her debut fragrance with Lighthouse Beauty, will present behind-the-scenes video from the season’s biggest style events and fashion tips for regular features and columns on the page of the celebrity weekly.
Kim’s first gig as an OK! staffer begins at New York’s Spring Fashion Week this September.
“I’m really looking forward to being a part of the team at OK!,” Kim said in a statement Monday. “Now the types of tips I’ve given on my own blog can be seen by an even wider audience. I’ve always loved beauty, so opportunities like this and the upcoming partnership with Lighthouse feel like natural, perfect fits.”
Publisher Lori Burgess adds, “We are proud to welcome Kim to OK! She represents Hollywood’s new breed of celebrity — transforming her star status into a legitimate brand and business.”
Exiting Hills starlet Audrina Patridge prides herself on being the compassionate support system for the show’s cast of Hollywood socialites. When it comes to the recording career of co-star Heidi Montag, however, Audrina is finding that straight talk and tough love may be the honest support she can provide.
AP has joined the thousands of insulted music fans pointing and laughing at Heidi’s vocal prowlness — or lack thereof.
“I feel like Heidi, you know, she’s doing it for fun, where a lot of singers and people, they work their ass off, and they actually have amazing voices and they can really sing and perform, and I feel like a lot of people don’t get to experience what Heidi has, going on in front of a billion people and perform on TV,” the aspiring actress told PEOPLE while promoting her new movie Sorority Row over the weekend. “I just don’t think she’s taking it that serious, and that’s what’s kind of disappointing for me, for music lovers out there.”