Jenna Bush Hager and her mother Laura Bush went on The Tonight Show to promote a children’s book they wrote about appreciating nature—an interesting sentiment, considering their family’s ties to the oil industry—and ended up chattin’ about another thing they appreciate: dad’s childlike, nightmarish paintings.
Former Vogue editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley took a selfie with former First Lady Laura Bush, but the thing we really need to talk about here is that Talley wore one of the rarest creatures found in the great wild yonder: a Fendi squirrel.
On Tuesday, former First Lady Laura Bush attributed our national bigotry to a phase, like a high schooler suddenly and inexplicably calling all of her friends, “Dude.”
Bet you did Nazi this coming! Publicists/the fates diced and soaked locally-sourced ingredients for a gazpacho of Internet greatness when Justin Bieber stopped by Amsterdam's Anne Frank House on his European tour. He wrote in the museum guestbook:
She may have academic credentials that match her Commander-in-Chief husband, the popular appeal of Madeleine Albright circa 1999, and the fashion chops of Carla Bruni, but Michelle Obama wants to make it clear that she's not interested in running for Senate in 2016. In other news, people are already starting to badger…
Whoever is minding George W. Bush's legacy these days sort of knows what they're doing: Here he is with Laura on Greta Van Susteren's show, talking about a conference for the rights of women. Just like Hillary Clinton! Sort of. And from a distance, Bush even has the added advantage of looking like a bleeding heart…
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Tyra pretends to have rabies, Lindsay Lohan says that partying is what she's "supposed to be doing," and the title of Queen Latifah's new movie—Just Wright—is particularly topical.
When Laura Bush started talking about her "romance with George" on Oprah today, we expected nausea to set in. But Mrs. Bush actually showed a little spark of feminism.
• A math professor from the UK recently created the "fiancee formula," which supposedly predicts the best time for a man to propose. Although it was created for men, the Daily Mail says it could equally apply to women. •