Will you be my Valentine?

One of the many new movies coming out that I want to see – Valentine’s Day.

It looks like it might be similar to Love, Actually (one of my favorite movies), so I am hoping it will be great. While I love movies with that “fairytale” kind of love, I appreciate the ones with messed up, awkward love even more. It makes them more real. It makes you feel like you are living in the movie itself.

Like I said to J a few days ago, I think this movie has the great potential of making me feel depressed about my love life. Although I probably won’t be seeing it with a date this Valentine’s Day, I will still go. My friends and I can splurge on Ben & Jerry’s after it. Can’t wait.

What were you thinking?

These are the outfits that I disliked at the Met Costume Gala…many more of those!

Apparently, Tyra Banks was hungry because she attached a Cinnabon to the top of her head. Was she saving it for later?

Leighton Meester, Blair would be unhappy. So would the entire Upper East Side.

Oh, Madonna. Perez compared her to the creepy bunny in Donnie Darko. I have nothing else to say.

Mary-Kate’s Christian Lacroix looks like something straight out of the Corpse Bride.

What is with the matching turban, Kate Moss?

I am going to do it. I am going to call out Anna Wintour. I do not like this dress. She could have done so much better. Maybe if it didn’t have sleeves? I just hope I am not hunted down after I post this. I am going to pass the Conde Nast building every day this summer…I may have to find another route to work.

Anne Hathaway, I love you, but I am not loving your look. The dress is too much 80s prom, while the hair is too much June Carter Cash. Pick one. If you had gone full on 80s, I probably would have loved it, because the dress is not too bad.

Kirsten Dunst…why are you even here? What have you done in the past five years? And…your dress is ugly.

All Images: Just Jared and Gawker