A couple of years ago, Joan Rivers had a rotation of jokes which was pretty Angelina Jolie-heavy. Joan repeated these same jokes ad nauseum, and I remarked about it at the timebasically saying that Joanie needed some new material. Many commenters disagreed, defending Joan an a comedic icon and even agreeing with her in her assessment of Angelina.
If you follow the media personas of major celebrities who have been in the spotlight for decades and decades, you start to notice something. They start out in their early days as people who are hyper-obsessed with every microscopic nuance of their public image especially what they say in interviews or what is printed about them. Then, as they gradually get more and more used to the idea of fame and all the shit that comes with it, a funny thing happens—they stop giving an actual fuck.
A shirtless John Mayer is on the new cover of Rolling Stone, and inside he talks a lot about sex, finding a partner, and masturbation. He says of ex-girlfriend Jennifer Aniston, "I've never really gotten over it. It was one of the worst times of my life," and that his life has become a cycle of new girls rejecting him in clubs.
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All you late comers are, unfortunately, going to have to high-tail it down to your local news stand for a peek at the pictures in the actual publication. Sorry babies. The first pictures to hit the interweb seem to be those on the blog Jezebel.
Jennifer Anistonthe quintessential grown-up Judy Blume heroine, has a lot of Very Important Decisions to make in the next few months as her wedding to Justin Theroux draws nigh. Apparently she's been quizzing Charlize Theron —mom of one-year-old Jackson Theron —about the process of adoption since mutual friend Chelsea Handler connected the two. Aniston's still unsure of the route she'll take to motherhood, says a source I always picture our friend Source as professional doorway lurker O'Brien from Downton Abbeydon't you?
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Skip navigation! Story from Pop Culture. For John Mayer, singer, songwriter, and notorious blabbermouth, was a strange year.