Yesterday we did the Top 5 Douchebags of 2011, so I thought it only fair to give credit where credit is due (even if the aforementioned “credit” is only on temporary loan, like most credit is and then the person in slot #2 shoots back to complete grossness, and not just partial) and acknowledge those celebrities who have done some good for themselves, yes?
Amazing what not sleeping next to Marilyn Manson can do for a girl, huh? She’s almost attractive these days, if you can forget that she posed naked and bloodied while eating cake. And participating in sodomy.
See, now, if I close my eyes for the first few seconds, it’s not so bad. But then I hear that awful, whiny “Baby” voice, and I’m brought back to the reality of what’s seriously going on. Also, does Mariah Carey just not dance anymore? Is her majesty above having to move on the set of a music video? She’s just content to pick up a tibia and toss it behind her every now and again, is that what this is?
Now, Life & Style brings you inside Moroccan and Monroe’s (nicknamed Roc and Roe) luxurious NYC nursery filled with Roberto Cavalli designed matching outfits, plush stuffed animals and AFK cribs worth $3,594 a piece!
“I wanted to create a beautiful, tranquil, cozy environment,” Mariah tells Life & Style of their two beautiful nurseries in their Bel Air Mansion and Tribeca penthouse in NYC.
“Designing the nurseries with Gail Sedigh of AFK Furniture and Mario Buatta was so challenging because I had such specific ideas I wanted implemented,” she tells Life & Style. “I feel like I’m bringing two individuals into the world, so I wanted to do more than cookie-cutter styles in blue and pink.”
So the singer made sure to encompass everything she desired.
But no gift is greater than being a mom. “I feel so doubly blessed to have such a perfect start to our family,” Mariah gushed. “It’s perfect — it couldn’t be better.”
Personally, I’m torn between being all “Way to spend like a zillion dollars on stuff these babies will only use for a year or two” and being all “OMG where are my giant stuffed animals?! Why am I not Mariah Carey’s kid? Why is the world so unfair? YOU FAILED ME, MOM!” Where are you guys on this?
The happy foursome sat down with Barbara Walters to talk about love, marriage, and baby-makin’. And although it’s old news, I sincerely did not know about Mariah’s miscarriage. Ugh.
If you have time, do watch the whole interview, which first aired last night. I’d always wondered what makes this couple tick, and the way Mariah Carey is always on the verge of snapping at Nick Cannon is kind of adorable. It really is! She can’t stop messing with him, and he’s totally into it.
- Mariah’s L.A. home has a huuuuge chandelier. (Lady, I’d expect nothing less.)
- The happy couple has indeed nicknamed the twins “Roc and Roe,” which is just, oh, no.
Did you hear? Maybe, but probably not. I know a lot of you guys don’t go cray-cray over Justin Bieber, nor do you flip your shit over Mariah Carey, so you just may hear it here on Evil Beet first: Mariah Carey and Justin Bieber are – sob – teaming up to ruin one of my favorite Christmas songs, ‘All I Want for Christmas (Is You)’. I know, I know; it’s a Mariah Carey song and you probably think I should know better than that, but let’s put it into perspective: this song originally came out in 1994, when I was eleven years old. And I was a Mariah Carey fan back then, because come on. Who wasn’t? Um, hello, ‘Fantasy’? Jeepers. Anyway, even though I grew up and out of Mariah Carey, this is a song that stayed close to my heart Christmas after Christmas, and even when I hear it to this day, I’m brought back to shopping at the mall with my mom for friendship bracelets for my BFFs (with my own allowance, what what!) and hoping that my mom’d slyly try to buy something for me without my seeing (OF COURSE I’D SEE). It makes me think of Trapper Keepers ’round the holidays, Christmas breaks that seemed to go on for months, and dreaming about my crush, counting the days ’til I’d see him in Social Studies again. It makes me think of cheesy adolescents cheesily waving “See you next year!” on the last day before holiday break, handmade mittens, and the smell of turkey roasting and cookies baking.