15 12 / 2012

celebritycloseup:

tom hiddleston

lol

celebritycloseup:

tom hiddleston

lol

(Source: celebritycloseup)

20 10 / 2012

celebritycloseup:

katy perry

I’m only reblogging this because she’s ugly on the inside too.

celebritycloseup:

katy perry

I’m only reblogging this because she’s ugly on the inside too.

(Source: celebritycloseup)

06 7 / 2012

celebritycloseup:

aishwarya rai

Flawless bitch is still flawless.

celebritycloseup:

aishwarya rai

Flawless bitch is still flawless.

(Source: celebritycloseup)

15 6 / 2012

celebritycloseup:

natalie portman

Oh, I’d been waiting for this one…
NICE PIC MS. HERSHLAG!

celebritycloseup:

natalie portman

Oh, I’d been waiting for this one…

NICE PIC MS. HERSHLAG!

(Source: celebritycloseup)

18 5 / 2012

life:

A half-century ago, on a spring night in New York City, 35-year-old Marilyn Monroe — literally sewn into a sparkling, jaw-droppingly tight dress — stood in a spotlight on a dark stage. She took a breath, began to sing — and 15,000 men and women who filled the old Madison Square Garden that night knew, simply knew, that they were seeing and hearing something that they would never, ever forget.
The song, of course, was “Happy Birthday,” and Marilyn’s breathy, intimate rendition — sung, as if the two of them were utterly alone, to President John F. Kennedy — has been celebrated, analyzed and lovingly parodied countless times in the five decades since that indelible performance.
LIFE’s Bill Ray was there — and now, we present a set of unpublished from that unforgettable night.

That dress…

life:

A half-century ago, on a spring night in New York City, 35-year-old Marilyn Monroe — literally sewn into a sparkling, jaw-droppingly tight dress — stood in a spotlight on a dark stage. She took a breath, began to sing — and 15,000 men and women who filled the old Madison Square Garden that night knew, simply knew, that they were seeing and hearing something that they would never, ever forget.

The song, of course, was “Happy Birthday,” and Marilyn’s breathy, intimate rendition — sung, as if the two of them were utterly alone, to President John F. Kennedy — has been celebrated, analyzed and lovingly parodied countless times in the five decades since that indelible performance.

LIFE’s Bill Ray was there — and now, we present a set of unpublished from that unforgettable night.

That dress…

16 3 / 2012

sotheresthat:

birchbox:

Here’s our fun Friday find: We just learned about Celebrityclose-up.com, a fascinating tumblr that gives an unadulterated, extra-personal look at Hollywood’s biggest stars. Everyone from Modern Family’s Sofia Vergara, to Mila Kunis, to Ashton…

I think I’ll use the Hugh Laurie one as my PokerStars avatar. Because that shit is scary. It’ll make you fold AND shit your pants!