By Kate Sullivan, Allure magazine
This week, the New York Times examined the phenomenon of actresses chowing down in front of magazine interviewers, and asked if the basket of fried calamari is too obviously part of a show-both the actress branding herself as a sexy, no-holds-barred kind of gal and a preemptive strike against accusations that she earned her slim figure with some disordered, un-American eating. Well, duh. But that doesn't necessarily mean the "show" is fictional.
Some people want you to believe a certain thing about them because it's true-gasp! Yes, for every salad with dressing on the side, messenger-delivered diet meal, or juice cleanse description in celeb stories (we've had 'em!) there seems to be 20 descriptions of overflowing pasta bowls or mega-fatty burgers and a plate stacked high with fries. But it might be that those foods simply sound better described. (I eat oatmeal with raisins everyRead More »from Are Stars What They Proclaim to Eat?