Robert Kessler at Yahoo Celebrity 1 hr ago
Since Caitlyn Jenner came out as transgender, much speculation has revolved around her sexuality. Caitlyn herself has not said much definitively on the matter, as she herself is still figuring it out. But in a promo for ther next episode of I Am Cait , she discusses desiring a potential relationship with a man, and what she might want out of it.
"It would be very attractive to me to have a guy treat me like a woman," Jenner, 65, says to her close friend Jennifer Finney Boylan, who reacts to the statement with a look of consternation. "That you would be treated like a normal woman... Like any other woman on the street and not make it this big trans thing or this or that. Just a normal relationship."
But, as Boylan reminds Jenner, she is a normal woman and she should never let a man dictate her self-worth.
"It's a thing that women do. We look to men to give us self-worth," Boylan says. "I think now that you're in the sisterhood, you have gone through such trouble to become a woman. Don't be a stupid one. Be a smart one."
Carly Milne at Yahoo Celebrity 2 hrs ago
With few exceptions, celebrity interviews are a delicate balancing act on a multitude of levels.
If there's an event or brand involved, there's the trade-off of plugging the show or the product or the whatever in exchange for 15 minutes with said star, which almost always gets cut down — 10 minutes if you're lucky, five if you're not. There's negotiating with publicists and vetting of questions. There's the drive to honor your editor and publication's desire for news while not pissing off the people who gave you access to a celebrity in the first place. But when all the stars align — both literally and figuratively — sometimes magic can happen.
But before we can get to the awards show, there's the pre-show VIP reception — a cocktail extravaganza filled with fashionable folk that clearly excel at being fabulous. I wouldn't say I feel out of place — I have my notable style moments, just like any other girl. But as someone who makes an effort yet frequently finds her eye makeup sliding down her face despite what's touted as the industry's best finishing spray, yeah. You could say I feel a little bit intimidated.
Then it's my turn.
Robert Kessler at Yahoo Celebrity 6 hrs ago
Make new friends, but keep the old; one is silver and the other gold, they say. And it just may be true. A bunch of golden girls gathered together for a reunion of sorts, to reminisce about a time when supermodels ruled the world: it was the 1990s.
For his latest project, called "The Reunion," famed photographer Peter Lindbergh gathered Cindy Crawford, Eva Herzigova, Karen Alexander, Nadja Auermann, and Tatjana Patitz for a photoshoot, decades after Lindbergh helped to launch each of their careers.
In fact, it was the Lindbergh-shot January 1990 cover of that led George Michael to cast Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, and Patitz in his music video for "Freedom" which marked the start of the reign of supermodels.
In her post on Instagram, Crawford wrote, "The reunion! #BTS with @therealpeterlindbergh. Director's cut video up on @nowness today...More to come." While the photos haven't been published anywhere yet, the behind the scenes video is, in fact, live.
Raechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 14 hrs ago
Then: Newbie actor Aaron Paul was just 22 and quite fashionably confused when he walked the red carpet at the premiere of Orange County in January 2002. Up to that point, his roles included "Frat Boy #2" on Melrose Place and two episodes of Judging Amy. Hey, you've gotta start somewhere! The future star of Breaking Bad sported a puffer vest (didn't everyone?!), camouflage pants, a long scarf, checkered sneakers, and... even more. The colorful outfit had to have inspired some of Justin Bieber's most ridiculous ensemblesa decade later.
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Now: A three-time Emmy winner for his portrayal of Jesse Pinkman, Paul seems to have figured out his red carpet style. As he turns 36 on Aug. 27, the actor regularly appears on lists of best dressed men. He's one dapper b--ch!
Raechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 19 hrs ago
Being the daughter of a TV star didn't make adolescence any easier for Awkward's Greer Grammer. Like many teens, the offspring of Frasier 's Kelsey Grammer said she felt that she never quite fit in.
Grammer, who grew up in affluent Malibu, California, living with her makeup artist mom Barrie Buckner, remembers that, at 12 years old, a girl in her dance class asked how many Louis Vuitton bags she owned. Although Grammer had none, she lied and said one. The girl made fun of her anyway.
"I had chores and I worked, and I didn't have a lot of money," Grammer tells Yahoo. "My parents didn't buy me things just to buy me things. They bought me things if I got good grades or if I got a lead role in a musical or something, but I wasn't just a spoiled kid."
The now 23-year-old actress wasn't hurting for anything, though. Just as vividly, she remembers a trip to the movies when she was 7 or 8 with her mom, when they ran into Greer's friend Josephine and Josephine's dad, who happens to be director James Cameron.
The Princess of Malibu
Following Her Father Into the Family Business
She was excited, sure, but there was no name dropping.
Wednesday morning, Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar announced that their embattled son, Josh Duggar, had checked into long-term treatment.
In a short statement, the Duggars disclosed that their eldest child is on "a long journey toward wholeness and recovery." The statement does not specify what, specifically, the 27-year-old is seeking treatment for, but in his initial statement after it was revealed that he'd maintained an account on the website Ashley Madison, Duggar admitted to an addiction to pornography, an admission he later retracted.
Here is the Duggars' new statement in full:
The statement does not specify where Josh is getting treatment, and this is probably for a reason.
In short: no credentials necessary. The IBLP anticipates these pesky critiques:
Elizabeth Durand Streisand at Yahoo Celebrity 1 day ago
Daniel Craig likes his martinis. Well, actually, it's unclear how he likes his martinis, but he definitely likes his booze. The James Bond vet recently opened up about his drinking preferences, preferred recovery method, and why he's over the bar scene. (Hint: It's not really by choice.)
Craig came to the subject in a rather roundabout way, when director Martin McDonagh was conducting an interview for DuJour magazine and asked him about whether he knows before the cameras start rolling where he'll be filming when he plays 007. It turns out he doesn't, but he did mention that the last Bond flick was shot in Mexico City.
"It ended up being one of my favorite cities I've ever been to," he said. "But you can get into an awful lot of trouble there." When the In Bruges helmer asked Craig if he was referencing the abundance of tequila, the 47-year-old star replied, "Anything you f---ing want!"
For the past several years, Rob Kardashian has been something of an enigma. His weight gain is clear to anyone with eyes, but the reasons for it were far less so. Rob's family has spoken about him in vague terms, saying he's "not comfortable in his own skin" and that "he's going through a hard time now." To their credit, Rob's sisters aren't necessarily being purposefully vague and anyone who's watched a family member struggle knows that it's not always clear how to help or even what needs helping.
But it's clear that, at least for the past couple weeks, Rob has been taking positive steps and focusing on his health. It all started with a tweet.
Just went on the hardest hike ever today with @robkardashian
And then, again, nearly two weeks later:
Is there anything more charming than watching two millionaires duke it out over their riches on social media? Well, besides watching corgis running on a treadmill. But no, there is not. Hallelujah! Here come Nick Cannon and Chris Brown to the rescue.
The whole thing started when Cannon shared a photo of his sneaker closet in New York on Instagram. "Yeah, I need rehab bad! I have a problem," he wrote. "This just the Mikes!" And indeed, it is a lot of Air Jordans.
Shortly after that, Chris Brown, apparently bored while he waited for his brand new head tattoo to heal, one upped the former Mr. Mariah Carey, showing up his shoe... room? empire? landfill? It sort of defies explanation.
"I shall lead you to the proimse land [sic]," Brown wrote to Cannon.
Yahoo Celebrity 1 day ago
In case you didn't know, life is good for Cindy Crawford.
The supermodel, 49, and her gorgeous family, which includes husband Rande Gerber and her model teens Presley, 16, and Kaia, 13, gave a peek at how they spend one month each summer at their cottage on an island in Ontario, Canada, in the new issue of Vogue.Let's just say "cottage" is probably the wrong word to describe their accommodations in their home away from Malibu.
The Gerbers spend the bulk of their days outside participating in every water sport you can imagine or just simply sitting around on the dock. Cindy doesn't even wear makeup most of the time.
"You're the real you up here," she explains. "You never have your game face on, your party face. When you're getting dragged behind a boat on an inner tube, it's hard to have much of a facade."