Lily's just thrilled, can't you tell?
I've been curious as to which animal will lead the pack in the 2011 decorating scene. We've spotted birds for years now, and equestrian motifs have also been a hit. I asked you on Facebook to share your choices, and I've also polled friends for their ideas. Take a look at the creatures that have made it to the top of my list, and then vote for the one that you believe should emerge victorious. Will it be the sly fox, or one of the other 11 animals I've narrowed it down to?
We're taking a closer look at the Golden Globe Awards from the star-studded arrivals to the amazing afterparties and beyond. Check out all of the night's best fashion and beauty, take a look back at the show's most memorable moments, and test your red carpet knowledge with all of our exciting coverage!
- Tell us what you think was the biggest surprise of the night.
- Did you hear the 10 funniest quotes?
- See if you can guess the red-hot moms on the carpet.
- Can you guess which foodie hit the red carpet?
- Get home inspiration with retro geometrics from the HBO party.
Red carpet fashion coverage:
- Play Fab's addictive new faceoff game with all your red carpet favorites.
- Vote on all of Fab's fashion red carpet afterparty love it or hate it polls.
- A closer look at the night's best accessories.
- Who was the best dressed lady in pink?
- Check out all of the fashion details you may have missed.
Red carpet beauty coverage:
- Get Olivia Wilde's fresh and clean face.
- Try out Lea Michele's peachy look.
- How to get Dianna Agron's soft Chanel makeup and vintage curls.
- A breakdown of Tina Fey's makeup palette.
- Re-create Jennifer Lopez's glamorous metallic eyes.
- Step-by-step tips to get Sofia Vergara's sexy lashes and lids.
- All of the most stunning hair and makeup looks.
Chaser's owner, John Pilley, is a college professor — with a ton of patience. After hearing of another pup who'd been taught over 200 words by his master, Pilley decided he could do better, so he set to work training Chaser when she was still a puppy. After years of learning one or two new words a day, Chaser can now recognize hundreds of toys by name (that pooch must have some toy box!). She can also correctly follow commands like "Fetch a ball" and "Fetch a Frisbee."
Next up, Pilley's going to attempt to teach Chaser basic grammar. Does this inspire you to expand your pet's vocab?
If you're one of the unlucky ones who had to drag yourself into work on this Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, the temptation to stay snuggled in bed may have been overwhelming this morning. Luckily, if you're an adoro pup or a cuddly kitten, you don't have to resist! Live vicariously through these snoozing furballs and fight the Monday blues when you start the slideshow.
I love my new dog, Asher. My best friend almost ran him over on a busy highway and got out and called to him. He ran right up to her, and as he got close she saw how dirty he was. He had over 30 ticks, the size of quarters, he was so dirty! She cleaned him and got rid all of the ticks. We decided that Asher had to have had a home when my friend found him, though, because he was well fed, and was wearing a collar (which was too big for him and old). She gave him to me and I fell in love immediately.
He has all of his shots now and is healthy, but one problem . . . he is SO abrasive! He wants to be on my chest at alll time. I have to literally lay with my hand on him, pushing him away as he puts all of his weight on it. I give him lots of love but he always wants more. He is just so attention- and love-hungry because he has been ignored all of his life. Any suggestions on how to calm him down a little? He isn't neutered yet, maybe it will get better when I get him fixed. Let me know what you think!
Nothing says "my life is awesome!" like playing Catopoly with your cat, amIright?
- ARIES: March 21st - April 19th
You're having a hard time focusing on Monday, which could make your pet nervous. Try to set a calming mood in the house or their pet area at the beginning of the week so they don't feel your tension. Your energy level and mood rises between Tuesday and Saturday, making these days perfect for fun and exercise with your animal pal. Be sure to keep their size in mind when planning a road trip - they may not be welcome everywhere.
- TAURUS: April 20th - May 20th
You're a pet pioneer on Monday. Use the day to patent a pet product or register a pet-related trademark. Frustration sets in on Tuesday and Wednesday when you give your pet the same command you've always given them and they look at you with a blank stare. Keep at it - your efforts will pay off later in the week. Your ambition about a new pet project shows on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and you should be able to expect lots of help with the small details.
- GEMINI: May 21st - June 21st
Something weird is going on with your pet on Monday, but you might not find out the reasons behind their unusual behavior until later in the week. You're very compassionate toward animals on Tuesday and Wednesday, especially if they're being hurt in any way. Take up a cause at the end of the week and don't stop until you've reached your goal. The sky's the limit as you work toward an animal goal between Thursday and Saturday.
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This is the most expressive little face I've ever seen! I dare you to watch it just once.
See? I knew you couldn't stop at one!