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Dear Ted:
As the mother of a preteen, I was happy to see Reese Witherspoon make her statement regarding nude tapes and pics at the MTV Awards. At first, I thought it was because she is a mother of a young girl herself. However, your recent Blind Vice had me wondering if she was really doing the dirty work for her BFF Jen Garner, aka Shafterella Shoshstein. Can you tell me if I am close? Is my instinct right?

Dear On and Off:
Your instincts are good, I dare say, though not entirely correct: Garner is not Shafterella, and Reese certainly does not go around town finagling deals for her friends. Herself, maybe. But she's nobody's bitch—a side to Witherspoon I've always totally dug. Just wish she wouldn't dress it up with so much sugary, Southern stuff, which I don't think anybody ultimately truly buys.

Dear Ted:
Let me be clear, I am a vamp fan! You have so many readers interested in our favorite vamps and now that Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder have officially come out as a couple...why don't Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart do the same? The song and dance they've been giving for the last two years is tired. They could learn a thing or two from Nina and Ian, both in the relationship department and the acting department! Vampire Diaries is hot hot hot...while Twi flicks are so watered down. Let's hope Breaking Dawn brings the heat we have been waiting for for so long!
Vamp fan

Dear Me:
I don't remember writing this to myself, but apparently, I did. Been saying this for ages!

Dear Ted:
So I saw The Green Lantern last weekend. And despite what some critics are saying (Joal Ryan, WTF was that? It sure wasn't a review!), the movie does not suck in the least. It tells the origin story as all comic book adaptations do, and Ryan Reynolds is entirely charming and beyond yummy. However, it is painfully clear that Blake Lively absolutely cannot act. I've never seen Gossip Girl, so I had no clue how bad she really is. Anyway, my question is how long can she possibly keep getting cast in big flicks, no matter who (ah, sorry, "what") she's doing?

Dear Nasty:
Joal Ryan responds: "That's funny—no response needed, only that the Conspiracy Corner piece on G.L. wasn't a review." And I think you should get Leonardo DiCaprio to answer part two of your query.

Dear Ted:
Have you ever had a younger celebrity (thinking like Mila Kunis or a Gossip Girl person) say to you, "I used to read you all the time when I was younger." If so, who?
Just Curious if It Made You Feel Old

Dear Aren't You Precious:
Only Elizabeth Taylor, shortly before she passed.

Dear Ted:
Are Andrew Garfield and Garrett Hedlund more than just friends?

Dear Oh, Please:
You mean like, Mila and Justin Timberlake? I don't think so.

Dear Ted:
So it didn't take very long for Leonardo DiCaprio to be seen with another young model. There are photos ( and a video ) of him flirting with a mystery blonde in NYC the other night while Blake was in L.A. Does she really think he is going to change?

Dear Get Real:
You must be joking. Neither Blake nor Leo have any intention whatsoever of changing their ways—nor has either party since the inception of their slobberfest.

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