Even "The Dude" is a big softy. Jeff Bridges is most recently known for playing tough characters in films like "True Grit" or "Crazy Heart," but he has an awesome blog that shows his artistic side. It's a colorful online world that is filled with hand-drawn doodles, photos and thoughts.
Highlights: Personal photos of his daughter and granddaughter. Amazing photos from the set of "True Grit" and "Tron."
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, actor
The ever-dreamy Joseph Gordon-Levitt may not need 500 days of summer to sweep us off our feet. The "Inception" actor has a blog of videos and photos promoting his side project "RECollection," an art and media collaborative that is currently on tour. His lax attitude, passion for work and easy charm will leave the ladies swooning.
Bonus points: Sticking with the 5-year-old project out of love
Will Wheaton, actor
We'll always remember Will Wheaton as the sweet kid in the coming of age film "Stand By Me." He also has a huge presence online. As one of Twitter's early adopters, he grew a large fan base before other celebrities made it a game of "how many followers can you get?" Wheaton also has a brilliant blog filled with offbeat observations, kooky photos and updates on his life.
Awesomely geeky moment: Photo of Wheaton in a knit clown sweater. Need we say more?
Credit: WWdN: In Exile
Taylor Swift, musician
Taylor Swift is the definition of an all-American sweetheart. The seemingly incorruptible country pop singer keeps a constant stream of snapshots on her website's photo blog. We sure hope she finds her prince charming someday.
Awww moment: A photo with Selena Gomez emphasizing the importance of friends
Credit: Taylor Swift Blog and Journal
Zachary Quinto, actor
Sci-fi fans know Zachary Quinto as the new Spock or sociopath Sylar from the television show "Heroes," but the actor has a literary soul. The "Star Trek" star's blog has personal pictures, thoughts and general notes to his fans.
Bonus: A post called "spock bama," showing the actor waiting to greet President Obama. A heartfelt note to his fans after the announcement that "Heroes" was canceled.
Credit: Zachary Quinto Official Website
Anthony Bourdain, chef and television host
Oh, Anthony Bourdain, the great television chef who drinks beer at book signings, smokes like a chimney and is completely unapologetic about it all. Don't be fooled by the Travel Channel URL. Bourdain's blog may bean extension of his show, but there's a reason why so many are drawn to the trash-talking host of "No Reservations": he's entertaining.
Best blog headlines: Meyer Lansky and wonder wheel (of horror), "Everybody eats bacon but no one wants to stab the pig" - the wild within.
Credit: Travel Channel
Taye Diggs, actor
Taye Diggs recently started blogging and it is really engaging. The "Private Practice" star talks about being a husband and father, tells personal stories and posts workout playlists. He shows his sweet side by bragging about his wife, actress Idina Menzel. The couple met on Broadway as the original cast members of "RENT."
Best fan question: "Taye, how do you manage your cologne situation?" (And yes, he answers.)
Credit: Taye Diggs Online
Joel Madden, musician
Joel Madden may be a tattooed rocker guy, but he's also a husband and daddy. Although bizarre and random at times, his blog is sweet and filled with pictures of his wife, Nicole Richie and kids.
Most heartwarming moment: A family photo with the caption, "This is what [I] have waiting for me at home."
Zoila Chavez, Flipping Out reality star
Although Zoila Chavez is not the star of the reality series "Flipping Out," she has certainly stolen the show. As neurotic designer Jeff Lewis' Nicaraguan-born housekeeper, Chavez regularly deflects his constant teasing with snappy comebacks. Her personality shines through when she blogs and creates some funny moments online.
Best quote: "Roomba can never make my job. She thought she was a big star, but I don't worry about her. She's not better than I am. Jeff lost a lot of money on her because she going. Bye Roomba. Sorry."
Ramona Singer, Real Housewives of New York City reality star
At first glance, it's easy to pass this blog off as a fake, but the sheer number of personal vacation photos convinced us to stay. Ramona Singer's blog is an amusing glimpse into the "Real Housewives of New York City" star's world. Only she would be kooky enough to have a pixilated photo of herself as the page header.
A funny: Embracing Internet memes, Singer and her husband Mario do a then-and-now photo.