It's not our fault we care about, read about, stalk and fantasize about celebrities so much. It's society's fault, it's our media-obsessed culture, and it's because they're so darn good-looking. At some point you might as well stop and just embrace it, right? Over at the IFB headquarters, we certainly have.
It's one thing to pour over Us Weekly and tune into Access Hollywood each evening, but we really like it when celebrities take matters and media into their own hands, and start blogging. It brings them a smidge closer to reality, gives us a peek into their lives and perhaps a beauty tip or two. To distract you from all the things you're supposed to be doing today, why not browse our list of fun, helpful and just amazing celebrity blogs (Beyonce, we're looking at you).
10 Celebrity Blogs We Love:
Olivia Palermo: We love her personal style, and her site gives us a peek into her life and how to get her looks.
Beyonce: I mean, what could be better than Beyonce (and Jay) in their natural habitats, and on Tumblr?
Gwyneth Paltrow: Say what you want about GOOP, but it has some really great articles
Coco Rocha:What if your best friend was a supermodel, and had a blog? That would be this.
Lauren Conrad: Pretty, frilly girly posts on everything from fashion to dining to lifestyle and decor.
Hello Giggles: Though it's not really a true celebrity blog, we love that it was started by Zooey Deschannel and two of her friends.
Dianna Agron: Quinn from Glee has a whimsical and entertaining Tumblr.
Whitney Port: Former reality star and sort-of fashion designer, Whit shares her press clippings, personal photos and music tips.
Anna Dello Russo: Her blog is as wild as her personal style, and we can't get enough.
10 Celebrity Blogs We Wish Existed:
Kate Middleton: Royal fetes, fascinators and Instagrams of Prince William; can you even imagine?
Kate Moss: Speaking of British Kates, what if Miss Moss had a personal style blog? #chictothenextlev
Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen: Behind-the-scenes at Elizabeth and James, designing for The Row, and all that Starbucks coffee.
Ryan Gosling: No. Explanation. Needed.
Johnny Depp: When he's not filming Tim Burton movies, he's living in the French countryside. I want to know what that's like.
Madonna: Think of all the things we could learn about staying relevant, being in the best shape of anyone on Earth, and vogueing.
Meryl Streep: Don't act like you don't think she's the
Emma Stone: She seems so down-to-Earth and hilarious, right?. I want to be her best friend, and know what she does everyday.
Tina Fey: It would just be so funny, and so awkward.
Michelle Obama: Motherhood, FLOTUS adventures and all her fabulous and accessible fashion.