Rose McGowan


Rose McGowan lectures Caitlyn Jenner on ‘what being a woman is about’

Rose McGowan was having none of Caitlyn Jenner’s Woman of the Year speech given during Glamour’s recent ceremony. The 42-year-old Charmed actress sounded off on Jenner for stating that the “hardest part about being a woman is figuring out what to wear.” Read McGowan’s since-deleted Facebook post in which she wrote, in part, “Woman of the year? Not by a long f**king shot.”

Billy Corgan wrote a letter to Marilyn Manson saying Rose McGowan would ruin his life


Marilyn Manson is speaking out again about his “feuds” with 90s music powerhouses Billy Corgan and Courtney Love, and he’s dishing details. In an <em>Esquire</em> interview the goth rocker says they merely drifted apart over the years, and it had nothing to do with a “guy code” inspired letter Billy penned to him about his love life.

Rose McGowan never watched Charmed, not interested in reboot


Former Charmed star Rose McGowan looked to be living the charmed life when she stepped out of Arclight in Hollywood Sunday night and was asked by the paparazzi if she intended on being involved in the possible upcoming reboot of the WB show. Find out what Rose had to say, why it backs up a previous sentiment via Twitter from herself and former co-star Alyssa Milano and let us know if a reboot interests you.

Morning Starbuzz – February 4th, 2013


Tanning Mom is at it again – The Blemish

Photos of your favorite reality stars celebrating the Super Bowl – Reality Tea

Keira Knightly remains an anti-monarchist (just in case you were wondering) – Celebitchy

The internet managed to find an unflattering shot of Beyonce during her Super Bowl performance – Celeb Dirty Laundry

Holly Madison’s Valentine’s themed baby shower – Celeb Baby Laundry

Rose McGowan looks like this now – Amy Grindhouse

Rose McGowan (and Joaquin Phoenix)’s cult Children of God advocated pedophilia, prostitution for Jesus


Rose McGowan recently opened up to People magazine about her childhood spent in the Italian sect of a religious cult called Children of God (now called The Family International.) But she isn’t the only star to have been part of this strange cult, Joaquin and his deceased brother River Phoenix also spent part of their childhood with the Children of God, and former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Jeremy Spencer quit the band to join the cult and raise his children in the closed-off community.

It was a communal-style sex cult based on the Christian religion, and thankfully Rose’s dad got her out when she was nine because he feared Rose would be forced to participate in child-adult sex.