At an event this morning, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was asked what her "guilty pleasures" were. And the possible future first female President in American history replied, "I'm just trying to think of G-rated ones." Hillary Clinton is a spectacular freak. I knew it.
Shonda Rhimes, the brain behind Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice and Scandal, would like it if you stopped calling her shows "guilty pleasures." (Hey, we talked about this last week!)
Apparently the 4278948th season of The Bachelor premiered last night, judging from the fact that EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT IT ALWAYS. Why are so many people still fascinated by the schlocky reality TV dating game show?
Kids! For some reason, sitting on a towel on some sand near water has always been viewed as a valid excuse to abandon all literary aspiration and read lurid, purple prose. And we'll take it! Some all-time favorites:
Kathie Lee loves defining people by their ethnicity. Even the Irish look alike to her, as she told Enya today on Today's "Yenta Hour."
Today on Today's "Yenta Hour," the ladies complained that texting is hard, Hoda got cougar-y, and Kathie Lee wrote a musical called Keepin' It Real!
According to an article in the New York Times, a study by researchers at the University of Toronto found that children who, while in the womb, were exposed to the chemicals nail salon workers use performed worse on tests for cognitive function, language and behavior — and the intensity of exposure for salon workers is…