But when paparazzi catch Jennifer Garner wearing Ben Affleck’s briefs in the yard, People turns it into a two-page spread and analyzes her body language to see if she’s headed for divorce.
When a personality rises to stardom faster than you can say “Taylor Swift,” her strange habits morph into a simple equation: Unusual Behavior + Money = Eccentricity. Of course, we know that’s just code for QuirkOut habits.
Are we right, Donald Trump’s hair? You try to stay inside on windy days, don’t you?
So just in case you don’t get enough dirt on E! News or Access Hollywood, join us on a trip to Hollywood to see what we found in the way of QuirkOut! Celebrity Edition.
So Jennifer Love Hewitt found a more portable perfume. “I carry McCormick’s Pure Vanilla in my purse — the baking kind — and dab it on my neck,” she tells Us Weekly.
“Men are attracted to the scent!” She adds, “I put it on, and four different guys were like, ‘You smell amazing!’” Now that’s a QuirkOut secret ingredient.
We also leave the house smelling like vanilla, but it’s from the Ben & Jerry’s we ate standing over the sink. And no guy has ever told us we smell amazing as a result. Maybe next time should go with Eau de Chunky Monkey.
Mandatory Celeb Reading
Of course an article titled “10 Famous Females Confess their Weird Quirks” grabbed our attention.
So imagine our surprise when we found out it was posted on Mandatory.com, a new website/magazine about all things from the man’s point of view.
We just had to ask lead editor Cory Jones about how a man translates this information. Does finding out that Reese Witherspoon eats baby food to maintain her girlish figure ruin her girlish mystique?
And what does he make of the QuirkOut moment that had us in shock: when Jamie-Lynn Sigler of “The Sopranos” and “Entourage” is involved in any theatrical production she doesn’t change underwear in between performances.
Cory promises us that this information doesn’t faze him. “At the end of the day, it proves that celebrities are just like you and me,” he said. “Except they’re much better looking.”
Well Cory, they may be just like you, but rest assured we change our underwear even in between performances of the Real Housewives ‘singing.”
She worked with a well-known actor who was looking at very pricey apartments. If he liked one, he’d ask the owners to leave, then order in lunch or dinner. Was it just sudden hunger pangs? No, Michele explained, “He wanted to know what it felt like to live there.”
We like to think that if we put our home on the market, Ryan Reynolds might walk in and ask to order in a pizza. But with our luck, it’ll just be our in-laws asking what we’re making them for dinner.