Monday, July 20, 2009

Whitney Port: Chilling poolside in Miami

Continuing her stay in Miami,Whitney Port was out once again earlier today (July 20) enjoying the sunshine while poolside in Florida.

The 24-year-old fashionista has been in the Sunshine State since last week spending most of her time at the 2010 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in Miami Beach.

Aside from sitting front row at a several swimsuit shows, Whitney has been hitting the beach and hotel pool all the while filming scenes for her MTV reality TV show.

Miss Port spent her time with friends, texting on her phone and reading her pal, Lauren Conrad’s book, “LA Candy.”

Season 2 of “The City” premieres Tuesday, September 29.
Credit - gossip center

Win a chance to get styled by Whitney Port at JCP

Hi guys. I have some great news! I'm running a contest on my site where you can win a $1,000 JCPenney shopping spree with me!!!!!!!!! Yaaaayyyyyyyyy!!! LOL. As you all know, fashion is my life, so I thought it would be fun to take one of you on a little shopping adventure to get a JCPenney back to school makeover ;)

Not only can you win the JCPenney shopping spree, but the winner will also STAR in a back to school fashion video!!!!!!!! You should definitely all enter because even if you don't win first prize, fifteen of you still have the chance to win $75 JCP Teen gift cards!

In order to enter, all you have to do is leave a comment telling me why you should win the $1,000 shopping spree. Those chosen to move on to the second round will have to submit a video (I'll explain details later). Be sure to include your email address!

I can't wait to read all of your comments! I hope you guys are as excited about this as I am!!!!!


click here to go to Whitney's website to enter

The Dress that would not Die

Erin Andrews was at an ESPY event last night, rocking a dress that... well... we're all pretty familiar with: I think I'm going to call it, the dress that would not die.

Wearing the dress from left to right: Cheryl Burke, Kristin Cavallari, Heidi Montag, Heather Graham and Doutzen Kroe.

I think this dress can officially be retired now. ;)

Lauren Conrad: Outtakes from TV Guide photoshoot, 2008

These are from 2008 but they were just posted online. I hadn't seen them before and I figured most of you hadn't seen them either. Enjoy!
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Stephanie Pratt: New Boyfriend in NY?

Enjoying a relaxing afternoon outing, Stephanie Pratt and her friends were spotted strolling around in Soho on Sunday (July 19).

Could this be the guy Stephanie tweeted about?
"Just got home to the best surprise: flowers from the New York boy :) he couldnt be cuter!" July 17th

"Hmmm i think im gonna hop on a red-eye back to nyc tonight. I have an hr to decide-and i dont work well under pressure...U guys choose for me" July 18th

"Well twitter world im sitting on the plane ready to take off- nyc bound!" July 18th

"Wow so many cute boys in soho-but i know the cutest one!" July 19th
Credit - gossipcenter

Spencer Pratt on Rap, God, and Spencer Pratt

Excerpts from Spencer's July interview with David Marchese for Spin magazine.

Be honest: how much of what you say do you actually believe?
I have a book coming out in September called How to Be Famous. There's a chapter in it called "Everything You Need to Do to Become a Tabloid Fixture." So you would think that everything I do has an ulterior motive.

Have you lost the ability to have a genuine, non-manipulative interaction with a stranger?
Since I was born, I've been calculating. That's my version of being genuine. Life is like chess. I'm always moving pawns around. So you used the word "genuine" -- of course it's always genuine. But I'm still the best chess player in the media game right now.

Help me understand your behavior on a practical level. If someone comes up to you at a bar, are you immediately thinking about how to manipulate that person towards some goal of yours?
That would depend if the cameras were rolling or not. If they were, then yes, 100 percent I'm manipulating you. I got a 180 I.Q. So I'm definitely not just talking out my you know what. But A) I'm definitely not in a bar, and B) I'm not talking to you unless you're my close friend or a family member, so I probably wouldn't have struck up a conversation with anyone.
You obviously know that people expect you to be outlandish and say extreme things. Does that ever bother you? Isn't it a bit "Dance-Monkey-Dance."
I'll say this: I love that I'm the first person your editor wants you to go to when they want publicity. They know that Spencer Pratt will give the readers what they want. The realness. The rawness. I say what's in my heart at that time. If you ask me about Michael Jackson right now, I'll tell you that he was one of the greatest performers of all time. But focusing on his death -- and that's part of life, death is part of life -- it was shocking and everything, but what's even more shocking to me is the death of our political system. A 1300-page climate bill can get passed when senators are begging you to read it because it's a pile of shit. North Korea's saying they're gonna throw a big nuclear missile at Iran and everyone's talking about moonwalking?

What's the difference between someone paying attention to Michael Jackson's death and paying attention to you?
Perfect. Perfect. Perfect. I do feel like I'm part of what's wrong. We're on the exact same page. I apologize to America for being part of the media distraction. My goal now is to talk about things people are afraid to talk about. That's why my album will be called Info Wars. I want to bring things to the water cooler that wouldn't be brought in unless I did it. "I'm a Celebrity, Get me Out of Here" was pre-Spencer Pratt enlightenment. "I'm a Celebrity, Get me Out of Here" is what's wrong with America. It should really be, "I'm a Christian, Get me in Here to Save the Day."

Okay, give me some exclusive news.
I'm filming a reality show about people who work at a cannabis café here in California. We haven't found a distributor yet, but it's gonna be crazy. It'll go deep in the life of these people. The working title is Cannabis Club.

Do you smoke weed?
I haven't really decided my political response to that question yet. I know that people will do things based on what I say, so I have to think about how I'm going to approach that question.

If the answer was no, wouldn't you just say no?
Nah, David. Everything I do has levels.

How much money are you worth?
That's the problem with me. I spend so much money. But if you're asking how much money I've made?

That's not what I asked. How much are you worth? Assets.
Oh, man. I wouldn't want to go on record with that. It'll make people hate me more. Let's just say with this economy I'm dead broke and very relatable to all of you. Everything I have is rented. Fake it till you make it. That's my thing.

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