8 items from 2015
In addition to trying to give David Letterman a big kiss on the mouth, Howard Stern gave the Late Show host another parting gift: a Howard Stern original watercolor. “Howard gave Dave a painting to give to his wife on his last appearance last week,” Beth Stern, wife of the radio personality, told Vulture at the Hamptons magazine party over Memorial Day weekend. “He gave David Letterman’s wife a daffodil. It’s amazing.” She said that she has “commissioned” a series of flowers from Stern that so far includes a rose, a lilac, a petunia, and a peony. “I am a collector of Howard Stern’s art, and I am the only collector,” she said, but this is not for lack of demand. “They’re definitely works of art. People want to buy them, and he’s like, ‘They’re not for sale.’” Sorry, Sotheby's. »
- Farrah Weinstein
Three cheers for Ch Tashtins Lookin For Trouble a.k.a. Miss P (we’ll still with Miss P). The 4-year-old beagle just won Best in Show at the 139th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
Which means of the 2,711 dogs in competition, Miss P was the baddest bitch. Literally. Look at how she struts around the ring at Madison Square Gardens while her handler does that weird dog show walk-jog.
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Miss P was an underdog in the truest sense of the word (in so much as she was not who the crowd expected to win, and also she is a dog). The fan favorite was Swagger, an Old English sheepdog (below left), and the favorite to win was Charlie, a Skye terrier (right), who came in second. Another finalist was related to the Obama’s dog, Bo.
The Kitten Bowl returned for its second year Sunday, with 92 adoptable kittens playing in the tournament. The Kitten Bowl II The Kitten Bowl was hosted by Beth Stern, Animal League spokesperson and spouse to Howard Stern, and John Sterling acted as announcer. Kitten Bowl II saw four teams competing for the title. First the […]
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- Olivia Truffaut
Adam Pally was the latest guest-host of The Late Late Show on Friday, and even he wasn't exactly sure why. After a man-on-the-street segment that failed to pick up any Happy Endings or Mindy Project fans, Pally and sidekick Ben Schwartz settled in for an hour of doing whatever the heck they pleased, confident in the knowledge that literally no one was watching. They chatted about Bangkok Dangerous, talked with NFL tight end Martellus Bennett about fonts, interviewed children's-book author Beth Stern, and watched Eric Andre spin his chair around and around and around. As Pally himself put it, "CBS could not give a fart what I'm doing." »
- Nate Jones
Even a cursory glance at Beth Stern’s background will show you how much of an animal lover she is, so she was a natural fit to host Hallmark Channel’s inaugural “Kitten Bowl” last year. The experience was so enjoyable for her that she is back again this year when “Kitten Bowl II” airs on Super Bowl Sunday. “I got such wonderful feedback,” Stern says of the fan response via social media last year. “As it was happening, I was getting immediate response and people were just melting over the cuteness. [Those fans] proved to be the majority, because [Hallmark Channel] … Continue reading →
- Jeff Pfeiffer
Fur will fly on Su-purr Bowl Sunday when kittens take the field for Kitten Bowl II!
Adorable felines will go whisker to whisker and claw to claw in Kitten Stadium. They'll climb up the goal posts, tackle one another for possession of the ball and partake in more football-themed fun.
The players will even have a locker room to prepare for the big game and furry fans will have a designated area to tailgate.
Photos: Kitten Bowl II
Beth Stern, TV personality and national spokesperson for North Shore Animal League America, will host the annual showdown. ...
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Jennifer Aniston was the guest of honor at a special lunch hosted by Arianna Huffington in La on Tuesday. The gathering was in celebration of Jennifer's highly acclaimed role in Cake, which recently garnered her nominations for Golden Globe, SAG, and Critics' Choice Movie awards. During the party, which was held at Arianna's home, Jennifer had the support of her fiancé, Justin Theroux, as well as her close friend Chelsea Handler and former Friends costar Lisa Kudrow. The event also brought out Salma Hayek, Nia Vardalos, and director Rob Reiner. Jen and Justin are back in La after ringing in the New Year in Mexico with a crew of couples that included John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, Jimmy Kimmel and Molly McNearney, and Howard Stern and Beth Ostrosky. Most recently, Jen made headlines with her candid comments to InStyle magazine about her divorce from Brad Pitt and how her life »
Cameron, 42, and the 35-year-old Good Charlotte rocker have been linked together since last May, and reportedly got engaged in late December, though the two have never confirmed it.
"All of Benji's friends are aware and happy for him," a friend of Benji's told People.
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The actress has also been spotted wearing a ring on her wedding ring finger during recent promotion for her film Annie.
On Sunday, Cameron's close friend and Charlie's Angels co-star Drew Barrymore -- who's also set to be a bridesmaid at the impending nuptials -- threw her a bridal shower at her Hollywood Hills home. Later last night, an intimate rehearsal dinner was held at Cameron's house. The Monday wedding is expected to be intimate, with only 50 guests »
8 items from 2015
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