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Kaley Cuoco Admits to Nose, Boob Job


***NOTE: I need to go someplace warm and veg by a pool for a few days. I’ll be back next week!***

-In a new magazine interview, Kaley Cuoco readily admits that she’s had her nose and breasts done and it’s … weirdly refreshing? That’s where I am with celebrities at this point: pleasantly surprised when they’re not lying their faces off. Sigh.

-Surprise! Nick Cannon confirmed he’s expecting a baby with his ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell.

Drake‘s crush on sports reporter Doris Burke might be my new favourite thing. “Dinner at my house anytime. As long as she comes alone.”

-Damn, Tom Hiddleston. When you have to dress up in an ape suit to hype your new movie, that’s probably not a good sign.

-Twist! The creator of Gilmore Girls just revealed that Luke was originally written to be a female character.

Eddie Redmayne says he auditioned for Les Miserables with Taylor Swift and she was “extraordinary.” But not extraordinary enough to get cast, I guess…

Isla Fisher poked fun of the fact that no one can tell her apart from Amy Adams by pasting Amy’s face over hers on her family holiday card.

-This is a good look at the strange disappearance of Ed, the wonderful charmbomb of a show that time forgot. Now excuse me while I go and rewatch Ed and Carol’s wedding in the finale. *sob*

-Yay! Another new Childish Gambino song has dropped. It’s Prince-y.

-I really liked this conversation between Sarah Jessica Parker, Julianna Margulies and Chelsea Handler about girl breakups. I’m not sure I agree with Margulies that women are more emotional than men. I just think that sometimes female friendships run deeper, but we don’t talk about them or analyze them like we do our relationships, so when shit goes sideways it knocks us down hard.

-This article on how TV is entering film territory when it comes to actor (and showrunner) paydays is nuts. Robert De Niro is getting $750,000 per episode for an upcoming Amazon series, while Meryl Streep is scoring $850k per episode of JJ Abrams’ The Nix, which doesn’t even have a network attached yet.

-Good dress on Nicole Kidman here.

-The international trailer for La La Land has arrived. Also, they released Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone’s duet, which was in my head on repeat for weeks after seeing that movie.

-Oh yeah, The Affair returns this weekend. I really liked last season — and then promptly forgot all about it.

Jessica Chastain hides people from Nazis in her giant zoo in the new trailer for The Zookeeper’s Wife.

Best and Worst Dresses at 2016 SAG Awards

There were a lot of messes on the 2106 SAG Awards red carpet, but there were some winners too. Here are Nicole and my picks for best and worst dressed of the night:


After a big misstep with the white apron dress, Alicia Vikander‘s Louis Vuitton sequinned column dress is two in a row for gorgeous gowns this season. Her shiny, straight hair compliments the dress and simple bronze makeup nails the look. She’s probably my favourite of the night, especially when she turned on the red carpet and I saw the thigh-high slit. -Nicole

I have never, ever liked anything Gaby Hoffman has worn on a red carpet – but that changed tonight. Her Rachel Comey dress was weird and unique and super flattering. Add the punk hair (with visible greys!) and she was a total boss. She also recycled her shoes from a recent event.  I adore her. -Jen

I have loved Rachel McAdams‘ choices this season and her SAG Elie Saab gown is classically stunning. I do wish she’d worn a brighter lip but the un-fussy hair balanced out the structured dress. It’s super well done and the second time she’s been on my best list this season and impressively for a very different dress. -Nicole

Once again, Queen Latifah owns the red carpet. She’s the picture of simple elegance in a shimmery Michael Costello gown. -Jen

I’m not usually a fan of lace dresses, but Naomi Watts in blue Burberry is a vision. (And I’m not just saying that because it’s a longer version of an H&M dress that I’ve had for like, 8 years and every time I wear it someone compliments me on it – including Gillian Anderson!) -Jen


Dresses from this Gucci collection have turned up all over lately, including Dakota Johnson on The Tonight Show. I keep thinking that these dresses look as though they have walked out of a cartoon and Nicole Kidman‘s is no exception. The tiers are too fussy. -Nicole

Pairing a painful-looking topknot with a cheap-looking Romana Kevesa dress (featuring a figure skating outfitish mesh panel) was more than enough to secure Kaley Cuoco a spot on our worst dressed list. -Jen

I bemoaned the lack of lip colour tonight and I’ll give Quantico’s Priyanka Chopra props for her gorgeous lipstick. But this pink confection of a pouffy Monique Lhuillier dress is not my favourite. It’s very prom-y and does not do this beautiful girl justice. -Nicole

I don’t understand how stars can end up on a red carpet in an ill-fitting, poorly tailored dress. Sarah Silverman‘s Vivenne Westwood dress is the wrong colour, the wrong hemline, and worst of all, the wrong fit. (Gwedoline Christie‘s dress had the same issue.) -Jen

I saw Brie Larson‘s Versace dress from behind and thought the orange suspender detail was cute. Unfortunately the front was so fussy and busy that it all fell apart for me. She also looks so, so painfully thin. I’ve not been sold on Brie’s choices this awards season so here’s hoping she pulls it together for the big one.  -Nicole

Channing Tatum and Beyonce Run the World

Channing Tatum and Beyonce‘s lip sync of “Run The World (Girls)” was great, but we all agree that Jenna Dewan-Tatum was the clear winner with “Pony,” right?

-Here’s what you have to eat if you want to look like Tom Brady and Gisele — and if you want your existence to turn into a bleak, miserable march towards death.

JLo’s new show (which every review I’ve read seems to sum up as competent, but non-essential) brought in the ratings last night, despite its terrible timing. It’ll be interesting to see how it does once all the other shows are back.

Kate Hudson and Nick Jonas: still a thing.

-I never, ever want Cate Blachett to see my bathroom. ‘Cause the one she’s criticizing is lovely.

-A Daredevil season 2 trailer has been released, along with the premiere date: March 18, 2016. I’m still out.

-I’ve already pledged my undying love, allegiance and first born to all shows on the CW (well, except for Reign. Even I have limits), but Legends of Tomorrow needs to cool it with the marketing. Do we really need new promos every single day? That being said, I’ve got nothing but love for the news that Firefly’s Jewel Staite has joined the cast.

Colton Haynes‘ Funny or Die video on the male model wage gap is wonderful.

Scott Speedman is coming back to TV? YASSS!!!

Gillian Anderson says she was offered less than David Duchovny for the X-Files reunion. “There’s no point in dealing with my side [first] because, as usual, they come to me with half of what they want to offer David.”

Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki were all PDAy at that PCAs, but she insists they’re just friends. (‘Cause she’s dating Paul Blackthorne?)

Christina Hendricks needs to have a serious talk with her agent.

-You can download a bunch of scripts for movies that are up for awards this season. This is such a great tool for aspiring screenwriters (or anyone interested in movies).

-Cisco from The Flash sings? Huh.

-By the end of her Oscar campaign, we’re all going to know how to pronounce Saoirse Ronan’s name.

Justin Bieber was ‘asked to leave’ the Tulum ruins. The last time I was there, it was crawling with drunk tourists. I can’t imagine how disruptive you’d have to be to get booted.

-This is a great look back at Golden Globes’ fascination with young actresses ahead of Sunday’s show.

-NBC is making an Office-type sitcom — except it will focus on DC superheros. This means DC/WB will have shows on every single major network that isn’t owned by Disney.

-So they’re rebooting Tales From The Crypt but it will not feature the Crypt Keeper? And it’s being created by M Night Shyamalan? Cool story, bro.

-Netflix is famously reticent when it comes to sharing ratings, but its CEO just claimed that its most popular movie is Adam Sandler’s The Ridiculous Six, which he says has been seen more times in 30 days than any other movie in Netflix history. We’re talking a about a movie that actually includes a scene where Taylor Lautner gets blown by a donkey.

Tom Hiddleston is dancing and dangerous in the new trailer for High Rise.