What do we think of this outfit: is it a “hell, yes!” or a “God, no”? Personally, I’m going, “God, no” on this one. It’s hard to tell which is worse: the cheap Forever 21-esque see-through blouse, or the weird textured skirt of hell.
Oh, and speaking of see-through shirts, how do we compare it to Zoe Salanda‘s number?:
How does one decide amongst such awful?
July 23, 2014 at 6:30 am by Catherine St. Ives
There have been rumours swirling for months that Beyonce and Jay-Z‘s marriage is on the rocks and soon to end. While many brushed off those reports due to the fact that they’re, you know, on tour together and constantly posting photos of themselves looking relatively happy (or at least very much in the same place) on Instagram, the reports just won’t stop coming. Perhaps the most convincing bit of “evidence” is this piece from Blind Gossip (which correctly predicted the Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes split, by the way):
If business-arrangement couples can sell a “real couple” image to the public, the couple becomes worth more than each celeb would be worth individually. Of course, that value goes up even more if they can take the PR relationship all the way to marriage and children.
We have told you MANY times before that this high-profile marriage is just a business arrangement. We have also told you that this business arrangement will wind down after their current project is finished. Well, it’s almost over!
They are splitting up everything (properties, money, child/ren) right now, but will be keeping up appearances until the announcement. They are separating this year, with the divorce to follow in about six months. It will be very clean and very fast. In fact, the parties involved are describing the timeline as “Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes fast.”
Well, that sounds about right. I don’t see what the big deal is about all of this, either – so what if they divorce? People do it all the time, and Bey and Jay are not these superhuman angels who are immune to real life relationship issues, in that sense – especially if one of you can’t keep it in your pants. Life does indeed go on even if they’re no longer together, and I can sorta see this being true.
July 23, 2014 at 6:00 am by Jennifer
Rachel McAdams and Lindsay Lohan once starred in a movie together, remember? It’s hard to believe, but it’s true. (Since then, Lohan’s been up to other things. And McAdams is up to being a star and getting it on with her totally non-gay boyfriend.) That movie was the now-classic Mean Girls. And Ms. McAdams has something to say about Lohan.
And it’s nice, of course. Boooooo, give us goss! Anyway, here’s what she told Allure about working with Lohan, and none of it involves the words “cocaine” or “unprofessional.” Crazy! Via ABC News:
If anything, I was in awe of her talent. I looked at her as this experienced actor, and she had great comedic timing, so natural. It’s just funny to hear that because you never know what people are thinking. We all try to act like we’ve got it together.
Yeah yeah, blah blah, tell us something real, McAdams.
WHY IS SHE SO DAMN NICE??
July 23, 2014 at 5:30 am by Catherine St. Ives
Well maybe this isn’t irony, maybe it’s just an example of coincidence, but here we go: a tree planted in memorial of Beatle George Harrison was destroyed by actual beetles. And I just had to share, because, come on. That’s gold, Jerry, gold!
A tree planted to honor of the memory of the Beatles songwriter George Harrison has been killed by actual beetles. As the Los Angeles Times reports, the living local monument fell victim to an infestation of insects that couldn’t be bested. According to Councilman Tom LaBonge, the 10-foot-tall pine planted in 2004 bit the dust only recently, and a new one will be planted in its stead shortly.
Harrison’s last years were spent living in L.A. — he died there at 58 in late 2001, and was cremated at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The so-called George Harrison Tree was accompanied by a plaque reading: “In memory of a great humanitarian who touched the world as an artist, a musician and a gardener.” It includes a quote from the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi: “For the forest to be green, each tree must be green”
Personally, I’m a huge Beatles fan, so I say, let’s use this as a Beatles post. What’s your fave Beatles song? Album? Think they’re overrated? Go ahead and rant here, Brian Wilson.
July 23, 2014 at 4:30 am by Catherine St. Ives
Farrah Abraham may be best known for exploiting her teen pregnancy on TV and using that as a catalyst to become a porn star and to “write” an erotica novel, but the tide’s changing and she’s ready to start a new chapter in her life… as an actress in Christian films.
From US Weekly:
“I will be acting in two movies, and I’m kind of staying closer to roles that are Christian-based,” she revealed.
Sorry, I think my brain blanked out there.
Look, I’m not saying that people can’t change, or that Christianity means being some prim and proper nun-like figure. What I am saying is that that’s not what’s happening here. I don’t for one second believe that she’s trying to make a change or that she has any deep-seated Christian faith. It’s just laughable.
More laughable still: anyone producing a Christian movie wanting to cast Farrah Abraham.
July 22, 2014 at 12:00 pm by Jennifer
Bow down to your future king, because Prince George is celebrating his first birthday today and he’s also learning how to walk! The above photo is ADORABLE – look at those chubby cheeks! (A news anchor over here described them as “more magnificent than ever!” during this morning’s broadcast, lolz.)
From The Daily Mail:
The little royal is seen walking in the new adorable snapshot with his arms flailing in the air. He dons Petit Bateau denim overalls, a navy polo shirt and a well-worn pair of Early Days Alex Pre-Walker shoes in navy leather. Slightly grinning, Kate Middleton and Prince William‘s son also shows off his light blonde locks and chubby cheeks.
The celebrations for Prince George have just begun. This week, Kate will be throwing a party on his actual birthday, and most of the royal and Middleton families are expected to attend. It will most likely be a tea party indoors, at their Kensington Palace home but “may extend to the garden if the weather remains glorious,” the source adds.
Sounds… thrilling. An indoor tea party? Count me in… especially if there are petits fours (or “fondant fancies”, as they’re called here).