Over the weekend, there definitely wasn't a shortage of celebrity sightings, as the stars flocked to Miami for various Super Bowl festivities. Among the revelers was Jessica Alba, pictured here wearing a much shorter bob. While most of you prefer her as a brunette, tell me this: Which length do you think suits her more?
Admittedly, I laughed when I saw this commercial on Super Bowl Sunday. The visual of a dog getting revenge on a taunting human hit home, but then I began to analyze the moral. Is it all in good fun or does it show that these collars are too cruel for a human (by his dramatic shocking) . . . but not too horrible to still use on pets?
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie shared a passionate kiss in their luxury box at the Super Bowl in Miami yesterday. The parents of six brought Maddox to the big game, but they still found time to sneak in some private moments between exciting plays. The two are still causing headlines with their public outings and affection after January's split rumors had many convinced the Jolie-Pitts were done. Now, Brad and Angelina are apparently suing News of the World for publishing a Jan. 24 report that they were breaking up. Public outings are one way to deter the stories, but actually taking legal action is a more drastic step. So tell us — are you surprised that Angelina and Brad are reportedly suing over the breakup article?
After all the controversy, pro-life group Focus on the Family ran its Super Bowl ad yesterday. It stars crazy-successful college football player Tim Tebow and his mom Pam. When she was pregnant with him, she went against the urging of her doctors and chose not to abort him. Now she and her Evangelical husband believe Timmy is here to be a preacher, and playing football is not the end but a means to finding a platform.
Too bad the commercial is completely incoherent to anyone who doesn't know the backstory. It never says "abortion" or "pregnancy" or "choice." Instead, Pam Tebow speaks of her "miracle baby" and how many times she almost lost him. And then little Timmy, all grown-up, tackles her to the ground and they hug make up. And scene.
I kept it low key yesterday, but I will admit I occasionally come to work after a birthday party, fancy dinner, or even a girls' night feeling a little less than chipper — and I certainly had my fair share of wild nights earlier in my career. How often do you show up for work hungover or completely wiped out (say from a crying baby), or do you stay home when you're worn out?