Us Wrap: Is Blake Lively's Hairdo the New "Rachel"?
Remember the coveted "Rachel" hairstyle (inspired by Jennifer Aniston's character on Friends) from the 90s? The 2009 must-have TV hairdo might be the Serena. Hairstylists at trendy Manhattan salons report that Blake Lively's blond, tousled Gossip Girl mane is by far the most requested by clients. [The New York Times]
In her new video for "Russian Roulette," the lead single from her fourth album Rated R, Rihanna is "a hooded prisoner, bleeding from the neck in a chair, dancing in a gas chamber and finally floating in the water as bullets pierce through her neck ." [HuffingtonPost]
Did Johnny Depp offer to bail out his cash-strapped buddy Nicolas Cage? One report claims that Depp called up Cage (who faces a $6 million tax bill and who has sued his money manager for $20 million) and offered to give him "whatever he needs." [I'mNotObsessed]
Choice quote from uber-svelte Kate Moss: "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels." [X17]
What living stars will be popular and marketable as "dead celebrities" like Marilyn Monroe, Elvis and John Lennon? One expert says yes to George Clooney, Oprah and Madonna, but no to Britney Spears, Kanye West and Taylor Swift. [PopEater]
New York mom Julianne Moore walked a red carpet on Thursday with her twelve year-old son Caleb -- who's a male doppelganger with the same red hair, freckled face and blue eyes as his mom. Moore may be doing four episodes of 30 Rock. [JustJared]