Daaaayummm. Finally. It’s about time Rashida Jones stopped down-playing her stunning beauty and showed it off!
Y’all know I’m right, too. Rashida is one of those pretty girls, who’s a Total Package Overload. That means she’s got it all: Looks, brains, SUPER funny, cool and funny co-stars (like Paul Rudd!), cool friends, cool family…all of the above. Problem is, girl has been nerding herself up for no good reason for far too long!
Take a look at Miss Jones at the Oscarsback in 2007.
I can tell from her body language that even she doesn’t feel pretty in this get-up. I just can’t with that swimsuit cover-up dress and shoes.
We need one more photo from Flaunt Magazine of Rashida to show all over us–but most importanly, Rashidaherself how truly exotically gorgeous she can be.
I think Rashidaneeds to hire the stylist from this magazine for all red carpet events from now on. AND the make-up artist! I love that you can see her freckles, while she’s still so glammed up!
Oh, forpitySAKE. Look at Kristen Stewart. I guess it takes an amazing photographer, hair and makeup artists and a stylist, (and maybe a little weed…just tellin’ ya what I heard!) THEN–and ONLY THEN will KStew appear to be having a bit of fun while smoking in black and white. Did I mention the photographer is MARIO TESTINO? (Oh, yeah. Up there.) Yeah. Quite possibly the Royal Photographer for Kate and William’s wedding in April? Yeah.
So watch Sourpuss Kristen channel Elizabeth Taylor, Vivien Leigh…even Sherilyn Fenn. (Psssh…she bloody wishes she could exude that kind of heat.)
I don’t buy it. Kristen looks good…but she’ll never have “It”.
Not to be outdone by her ‘Glee’ costars, Jane Lynch does her own saucy photo shoot for the November issue of More magazine. Known for her comedic talents, Jane gets serious about becoming a stepmother and marriage in the interview.
On her marriage: “I shouldn’t say this, but I’d never dated anyone that I wanted to marry. I didn’t think it was going to be out there for me. But the minute we were married, I felt the difference: I felt like I am no longer alone.”
On becoming a stepmother: Lynch’s wife has an eight-year-old daughter. When asked, ‘What’s it like to become a parental figure for the first time in midlife?’ Lynch replies, “I haven’t really done it [on a day-to-day basis] yet. I took her to school. I picked her up. I went to lunch with her. So I kind of had a test run. We’re pretty darn good together.”
On turning 50: “I like the equanimity that comes with my age. I don’t have big highs, and I don’t have big lows. Even if this job goes away tomorrow, the nonstop ambition is a thing of the past for me. I’ve mellowed.”
The Emmy-winning actress also talks about being sober for 19 years and when the turning point in her life came:
“Relatively speaking, my personal bottom was rather benign,” she says, adding that her lows don’t make for much of a tale at 12-step meetings. “Had I known I’d be telling my story over and over again,” she jokes, “I would have made it a lot better.”
You can read the rest of the interview when it hits newsstands Tuesday!