“Pedro Pascal got his ear bitten by hottie Oscar Isaac” links


Pedro Pascal & Oscar Isaac are friends, apparently. YES. [LaineyGossip]
Rest in peace, James Garner. [Dlisted]
Some leaked details about Star Wars VII. [Pajiba]
Allison Janney is almost always perfect. [Go Fug Yourself]
Two-piece wedding dresses are the rage now. [Buzzfeed]
Selena Gomez is in Ischia, Italy too. [Moe Jackson]
Are viewers interested in RHONJ anymore? [Reality Tea]
Michael Buble’s son is a towhead. [A Socialite Life]
Who is “Bacary Sagna”? [The Blemish]
Hilary Duff has a cute butt. [Celebslam]
Selena Gomez’s dress is totally 1988. [Popoholic]
Peter Dinklage with his daughter Zelig = the cutest. [Celebrity Baby Scoop]
Gabrielle Union bans phones at her wedding. [Wonderwall]
Weird Al Yankovic mocks celebrity name-dropping. [Jezebel]


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  1. Sophie says:

    that picture is my new happy place. *drools*

  2. mimif says:

    Full Stop. Did we just make it through the day without a Kim K. post? HUZZAH! 🎉

    *RIP James Garner. Hold me, Kiddo.

  3. TheOriginalKitten says:

    Oh man, Oscar Isaac is so delish.

  4. Allie says:

    I’m so sad about James Garner

  5. OhDear says:

    Huh, so American gossip sites are covering non-American soccer players (who are not Ronaldo, Messi or Beckham) now?

    (Sagna’s a defender for Man City and France.)

  6. Becks says:

    I would loooove to bite Pedro!

  7. InvaderTak says:

    Rip James Garner. I will have to marathon the Rockford files tonight.

  8. Mia4S says:

    *Sigh*, my inner child already hates that my Star Wars heroes didn’t end up as I believed. Doesn’t matter what makes sense for story anymore, just got to bring in those franchise dollars! Blech.

    Thank you for that picture, at least that makes me happy!

  9. maybeiamcrazy says:

    I have found my newest wallpaper. So hot!

  10. HappyMom says:

    My wedding dress (18 years ago-yowza!) was a 2 piece-the skirt was plain white silk, and the top was off the shoulders and lace. It was so simple-no train, no pouf, no sequins or beads. It was actually a bridesmaid’s dress-the skirt came in different colors. It was the first thing I tried on, and it fit, I liked it-done.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      It sounds beautiful.

      • HappyMom says:

        It was-but I hate how my hair looked (way too big and elaborate-did not go with the simple vibe of the dress) so I don’t have any of our wedding pics out-because that’s all I see. I know-I’m a dork.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        No, you’re completely normal. We all look at our flaws first unfortunately. I bet you looked gorgeous and your hair was appropriate for a wedding. I always think my hair looks fine when I go to a party then I ask my husband did it really look like that when I see a picture. Lol we are all dorks.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I read this article on A Mighty Girl the other day, and it was talking about how a mom to young kids decided that after hiding from the camera for so long, she was going to force herself to be in more pictures for her kids. She said that she was looking at photos of her own mom after she had passed away, and she didn’t notice if her mom’s hair wasn’t perfect, or if it wasn’t the cutest outfit…she just loved seeing her mom’s face as it changed over the years and decided to give that to her own children by being present in more photos.

        The point of my (rambling) post, is that while you might see crazy hair when you look at your wedding photos, the people that love you will see a wonderful woman who is blissfully filled with love on a momentous day in her life in the year 1996.

      • Ag says:

        @Tiffany – wow. thanks for your post. i sometimes (often) avoid being in pics with my toddler because i feel self-conscious about the weight i’ve gained. this really puts things in perspective and a new light. i honestly never thought of it that way before. (now i’m super embarassed, ugh.)

      • Kiddo says:

        Poignant post, Tiffany (smiley face).

      • Tiffany :) says:

        You’re welcome, Ag! When I read the article it really hit home for me because I love my mom and every pore of her face, and she has struggled with the same thing for a while. I am sure your toddler loves every inch of your face as well!

        Thank you, Kiddo!

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Here is some more from the article. I saw it on A Mighty Girl’s Facebook feed, but the article is from Huffington Post. Allison Tate wrote this a year ago, and it was the start of her trying to be in her kid’s pictures for a year. I am posting a part that REALLY moved me.

        “I’m everywhere in their young lives, and yet I have very few pictures of me with them. Someday I won’t be here — and I don’t know if that someday is tomorrow or thirty or forty or fifty years from now — but I want them to have pictures of me. I want them to see the way I looked at them, see how much I loved them. I am not perfect to look at and I am not perfect to love, but I am perfectly their mother.

        When I look at pictures of my own mother, I don’t look at cellulite or hair debacles. I just see her — her kind eyes, her open-mouthed, joyful smile, her familiar clothes. That’s the mother I remember. My mother’s body is the vessel that carries all the memories of my childhood. I always loved that her stomach was soft, her skin freckled, her fingers long. I didn’t care that she didn’t look like a model. She was my mama.

        So when all is said and done, if I can’t do it for myself, I want to do it for my kids. I want to be in the picture, to give them that visual memory of me. I want them to see how much I am here, how my body looks wrapped around them in a hug, how loved they are.”

      • elo says:

        AG, I feel the exact same way, you guys are so right. I need to get over my insecurities and take more photos with him. I wish there were more of me and my mom when I was a kid….tears.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      That sounds really lovely!

      • HappyMom says:

        Oh my gosh, Tiffany-you totally made me tear up! You’re right. I remember my mom hated her high school portrait-and she’d always comment on it when we’d see it at my great grandmother’s house. But I thought she looked so sweet and so pretty!

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I sorry I made you tear up! I had the same thing with my mom’s graduation portrait…I thought she looked like a movie star, but my mom was too focused on her over-plucked brows.

        I read a lyric by Mary Lambert that really moved me: “Love your body the way your mother loved your baby feet.”

        There is something powerful about looking at yourself the way your mom sees you, or looking at yourself the way you see your mom.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        So sweet and so true. I treasure every picture of my mom.

      • Trashaddict says:

        Thanks Tiffany. Totally true. My aunt is now very sick, which reminds me of losing my mom almos 10 years ago now. I treasure pictures I have, especially of the two of us together! And yes, I am crying right now.
        I try to make a point if always leaving my kids on a good note. Time is precious and it’s surprisingly short!

  11. Jen says:

    I find neither of those men attractive. In fact that Pedro guy and his spotty facial hair make me kind of gaggy.

  12. BetsyC says:

    Pedro looks greasy and slimy. Ugh no thanks.

  13. Eileen says:

    Weird Al’s record last week helped me through all the horrible world news that broke I think he’s a parody genius. RIP Mr, Gardner really enjoyed him in his acting roles.

  14. Ag says:

    PD and his baby girl made me happy.

  15. Andrea says:

    why no james garner post??

  16. Lucy2 says:

    Just saw that Leann and Eddie’s show premiere only got 374,000 viewers. :D
    James Garner was so handsome! And a 50+ year career, wow.

  17. I Swear says:

    Love Oscar Isaac. More posts about him please.