“Hilary Duff dyed her hair green & it doesn’t look half-bad” links


Hilary Duff has green hair now. You know what? She sort of pulls it off. [IDLY]
Liza Minnelli is in rehab (again!). [Dlisted]
Jimmy Fallon hit Jennifer Garner in the face with a pie. [The Blemish]
Kendall Jenner denies giving quotes to Us Weekly. [Starcasm]
The biggest awkward moments ever! [Buzzfeed]
Hayden Panettiere looks gorgeous in this shot. [I'm Not Obsessed]
Patrick Schwarzenegger’s sister defends him. [ICYDK]
Of course Wal-Mart has a meth lab. [OMG Blog]
Hannibal Buress is the best, stop threatening him! [Jezebel]
If you’re an atheist in Oklahoma, you can’t get married. [The Frisky]
I kind of like Jessica Alba’s choppy haircut. [RCFA]
Matt Lauer pranks Ellen DeGeneres. [Seriously OMG WTF]


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  1. Tough Cookie says:

    If I could pull it off I would so dye my hair green. Or purple or blue. I think Hilary looks great.

  2. Senaber says:

    Nope it definitely looks whole-bad.

  3. Lucy says:

    It looks lovely!! She so pulls it off.

  4. taylor says:

    Wow, OK legistlators haven’t thought this one through, have they? Marriage is very much a government issue–the religious details of a ceremony are frankly, that. Details of a ceremony, not the marriage itself. Also, since most GLBTQ people are religious, just like most straight people are, not letting atheists get married isn’t going to stop marriage equality. Well, except for atheists.

    • Kiddo says:

      Also, that pesky separation of church and state thingy. They want to mandate religion for civil rights, which can not stand. The churches do not issue legal documents.

      However, all ‘marriages’ should simply be called civil unions for those with a government issued legal couple-hood status. Let the word marriage have its day in churches, and leave the rest of us alone.

    • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

      I guess I just never understood why Christians (the ones against gay marriage) found the idea so terrible. I mean, going on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on……about “the gays this”, “the gays that”……and not saying anything/as much about straight people who get married/divorced 2, 3, 4, 5 times–AS MANY TIMES AS THEY WANT–who don’t take care of their kids (versus the “evil” gay people who want to raise/adopt children), the “jezebels” who have kids/sex out of wedlock (and very little mention is made of the men)……shit like that just drives me up the wall……

      • Kiddo says:

        Yeah, plus now they want to dictate church attendance to those of us who can’t abide, which not only includes atheists, but people who believe in a god, but don’t associate with any denomination in a brick and mortar way.

      • Sherry says:

        I’m a Christian and I am all for civil unions. However, marriage is a sacrament of the church (sacred). If two people want their union to be recognized by the government for purposes of legalities, rights, etc. I have zero problem with that. I would have a problem with a same sex couple coming into a church, synagogue, temple or other religious establishment and demand that they throw out thousands of years of doctrine because society says they have to be politically correct. Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s and give to God what is God’s. I do not think a gay person is going to Hell, simply because they are gay. Just as I do not think a fat person is going to Hell because they’ve been a glutton. A sin is a sin, but I don’t tell the church they have to change the 7 deadly sins because I like cheesecake.

      • Kiddo says:

        Sherry, they aren’t demanding that, and plenty of churches would marry gay people. And many churches have evolved in their interpretation of dogma and script, over time. MANY. In fact, priests used to be able to get married in the Catholic Church, for example. People are allowed to eat meat on Fridays, etc.

        The civil rights afforded to gays and lesbians means they are allowed to have the legal definition of marriage, those laws do not dictate that ANY church perform a service; except for this stupid law above, which aims to to take away legal rights from people who aren’t embraced by or do not embrace organized religion.

      • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

        The US Protestant church just changed their constitution to allow gay marriage…………

      • lucy2 says:

        The most vocal anti-gay-marriage person I know was divorced 3 times by the time she was in her in 40s. She had one of those “Marriage = 1 man + 1 woman” bumper stickers and I always wanted to cross out “man”, write it in below, cross out it out again, write it below…

      • Mmhmm says:

        Sherry, I kind of see what you’re saying. Example: close to where I live, theres a church that would probably never do a gay marriage, but I’m ok with that because that is what they’re doctrine has been based on ever since it was built 60 plus years ago. They’re not actively preaching against homosexuals, they’re not holding protests, they’re actually quite kind and non-judging, BUT it is against what they believe to have a gay marriage ceremony in their church. I don’t agree with it, but I’m not going to try and shut the church down because of it. It saddens me when I hear of some people wanting to shut down churches, jobs, etc., because they don’t agree with gay marriage. I mean, if they’re holding protests and harassing then I’d understand, but some (including the church I’m close to) are quite peaceful and wonderful people who have just been raised this way and firmly believe what they’ve been taught all of these years. Now I’m rambling because all I’ve done today is take NyQuil and eat cheesecake lol!

      • Uh..what’s that got to do with green hair?

    • Macey says:

      I dont get how this got passed, what happened to separation of church and state?

      @ Kiddo
      How exactly do they want to dictate church attendance?
      Im confused by all this. what about our freedom of/from religion?

  5. Dolce crema says:

    Not my thing but she has great skin and is very pretty so she can pull off most looks hair wise.

  6. MaggieTMoo says:

    Isn’t she going through a divorce? Well. .. all I can say is at least she didn’t shave her head.

  7. Dr.Funkenstein says:

    LOL Okay. I’m really glad I’m not struggling to keep a career going in showbiz. It’s sad watching these folks flail around for attention, especially when it’s unlikely to produce any meaningful results. Hillary had her ride.

  8. Jess says:

    Seems Hilary is “washing that man out of her hair”, so to speak. Good for her, he’s a douche and she seems sweet, it doesn’t look horrible in my opinion!

  9. someone says:

    My teenage daughter has beautiful blond hair – the kind of blond I’d pay big bucks to get but my hairdresser can’t pull it off on me. She always begs me to let her dye it ombre blue. I’ve held her off so far but once she can drive to the store herself and buy the dye I’m in trouble.

  10. sage says:

    Trying to get Joel’s attention are we? Nicole had the same hair colour a few months ago and last week she talked about losing her virginity to him.

  11. Greek Chic says:

    She (sort of) pulls it of because her face is pretty.
    The color is cute but the dye job is hideous. These roots!

    I want her Chanel bag.

  12. ilovesunnydaze says:

    It’s ok if you’re eleventeen. Not at her age. It’s ugly imo.

  13. Tracy says:

    Good grief. It looks awful. Complete with two tone roots. Yeech.

  14. oneshot says:

    I’m confused as to how that horrible dye job with the two-tone roots and fried-worse-than-state-fair-food look can be considered “not half bad”.

    It looks as lifeless and straw-like as Kim Kardashian’s current fug shade of blonde, and Hilary is sweet but looks like she’s really trying too hard.

  15. krissie says:

    It’s funny because back in 07-08 I had that exact hair color and people would stare, snicker and make rude comments. Kids from the local school would come by my job and make fun calling me a freak ,weirdo, now they are probably the ones following the colored hair trend

  16. She looks like an over grown tween. And it makes her nose look bigger? I don’t know how that’s possible because I don’t remember her nose standing out.

  17. Who ARE these people? says:

    I’m late to the party but, um, maybe she did that for St Patrick’s Day?

  18. LaurieH says:

    You’re right. It doesn’t look half bad. It looks entirely bad.

  19. Miran says:

    It doesn’t look half bad, it looks awful. I’m all for crazy dye jobs if done right. This wasn’t. It’s uneven, and the roots are grey. Whoever did this should be ashamed.

  20. Stephanie says:

    Cute keychain. Really not a fan of the funky hair colors. But that’s just me.

  21. Granger says:

    I’m going on a whole other thread here, but I cannot believe Liza Minnelli is in rehab AGAIN. She’s 69 years old! I know addiction is powerful, but I can’t help thinking that rehab for the uber-rich must basically be like staying at a spa, where you’re treated like a queen for a month — massaged and fed gourmet food and tucked into the silk sheets on your king-size bed every night and fawned over by adoring caregivers. Her rep’s comment is that she “has valiantly battled substance abuse over the years and whenever she has needed to seek treatment she has done so.” In other words, she drinks/takes pills until she needs a break and then she checks into a facility so she can be taken care of. Which… Fine. I get it, and I’m being ungracious, because addiction sucks. But with all her privilege and access to the best care in the world, it blows my mind that Minnelli is still THIS screwed up.