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Best and Worst Celebrity Looks of the Week!

Kris Jenner kind of looks like a scab.

Kris Jenner kind of looks like a scab.

It’s another slow week here at Best and Worst Celebrity Looks of the Week and there’s not a whole lot of WTF outfits. But there are quite a bit of frumpy outfits. So that’s something, at least. At the very, very, very least.

Anyway, you know the drill: go through the photos and make your picks for who has the BESTWORST, and most WTF look of the week! 



Uh, what’s going on with Jennifer Morrison? She looks like Martin Scorsese. Sorry (not sorry).

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Lindsay Lohan needs to lay off the Photoshop

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Sure, Lindsay Lohan might not have the spare cash to hire a $100k-a-year Photoshop expert, but COME ON. When will celebrities get it through their thick skulls that they need to lay off the retouching altogether on photos they don’t like the looks of if they don’t want to be laughed right out of Hollywood and off the internet?

First of all, what is this picture? I honestly need to know what the pose is all about to start with, let alone the WAVY DOORFRAME that’s not even TRYING to pass for real. I mean, how is she so blatant? Especially since her caption makes a joke about how her feet aren’t in the pic but not that she tried to give herself an ass.

My feet look red lol- had to take that out. Only real red is my hair.

Uh, yes… LOL indeed. Someone needs to take this girl off Instagram.

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Oh God, ‘Frozen 2′ has been confirmed


Frozen was, without a doubt, the most successful Disney movie of all time. Everyone went batty for that shit, and ‘Let It Go’ was stuck in everyone’s heads forever… much to my chagrin. Disney’s not about to lose out on even more billions of dollars, so they’ve officially greenlit a sequel. That’s right: Frozen 2 is coming.


At a shareholder meeting held on March 12, Walt Disney Animation officially announced Frozen 2, a feature length sequel to the animated phenomenon of 2014.

Creators Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee will return to develop the sequel, and Josh Gad is confirmed to be returning as the voice of Olaf, the sentient snowman.

No further plot, casting, or release details are available at this time.

The animated short Frozen Fever, featuring the cast of the original Frozen, debuts in front of Disney’s Cinderella, opening March 13.

Oh, and don’t worry – Kristen Bell will be back, too:

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Andy Samberg will host the Emmys this year

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As far as awards shows go, the Emmys are one of the least offensive, I would say. They don’t feel as hideously and painfully long as the Oscars and the Grammys, they’re not pretentious like the SAG Awards, not quite as stupid as the People’s Choice Awards… they’re just, eh, alright. The news announced yesterday that Andy Samberg will be hosting the 2015 ceremony didn’t do much to improve my feelings on the matter, but that is indeed what’s happening.

From People:

It is Fox’s turn this year to air the Emmys, which will air live coast-to-coast (8-11 p.m. ET/5-8 p.m. PT).

“Buckle your seat belts, Emmy viewers!” said Samberg, 36. “Like, in general you should buckle your seat belts in your car. In fact, even if you’re not an Emmy viewer, you should buckle your seat belt. It can be dangerous on the road. Also, if you’re not an Emmy viewer, you should strongly consider becoming one this year, because I’m hosting, and it’s gonna be a wild ride. So buckle your seat belts.”

“It’s wonderfully fitting that we have Andy Samberg, an Emmy Award winner himself, as our host for this year’s Primetime Emmy Awards,” added TV Academy CEO Bruce Rosenblum. “Andy has excelled in all aspects of the television universe, both from behind and in front of the camera. His humor, insights and charisma will be an exciting addition to our annual celebration of television’s best and brightest.”

I have mixed feelings on Andy – he was occasionally really brilliant on SNL, though he had the tendency to get obnoxious – it’s a very fine line for him. As for how he is on Brooklyn-Nine-Nine, I don’t watch it, so I can’t speak on that (I should watch it, though – I love Terry Crews!). Basically, what I’m saying is that I feel neutral on this whole thing. It could be worse, it could be better. In the end, it’ll be… mediocre.

Are you an Andy Samberg fan? Is he a good hosting choice?

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Britney Spears might do the 2016 Super Bowl halftime show

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We only just finished one Super Bowl, but we’re already looking ahead to the 2016 game – or more particularly, the 2016 halftime show. Who will perform? Well, there’s one rumour that’s been floating around this week, and that’s this: Britney Spears may well headline the show. Oh man.

From The Daily Mail (so, you know, giant grain of salt):

According to the ever reliable Daily Mail Britney Spears has been tipped to perform in next year’s Super Bowl Half Time show taking place in San Francisco. ‘She’s ready to do something massive,’ according to sources and ‘She’s definitely doing a part in the Super Bowl halftime show next year. The details haven’t totally been worked out yet, but it will be huge.’

Britney Spears is in the middle of a hugely successful Las Vegas residency that has allegedly been extended until 2017. She is also currently said to be recording her 9th studio album set for release this year with an upcoming duet with Iggy Azalea.

Of course this isn’t the first time Spears has graced the Super Bowl stage. Many remember her iconic presence during the 2001 halftime show with Aerosmith, Nysnc, Nelly and Mary J Blige serving as her special guests.

Huh. I mean, I suppose it can happen – with all the pomp and circumstances, it would be easy enough to cover up the fact that she can’t carry a tune to save her life (I know Katy is no Celine Dion, but she can at least find the pitch and somewhat stay on it). Of course, this is PURE speculation at this point, so we don’t need to panic.

What would you think of a Britney Spears halftime show?

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Willow and Jaden Smith do an interview, remain crazy

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It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Willow and Jaden Smith – I wonder what they’ve been up to? Well, luckily we don’t have to wonder too long because Hollywood’s favourite siblings (sorry, Olsen twins) have done a new interview and surprise! They’re just as weird as ever!

Below, some highlights from their recent chat with Billboard.

Willow, on cutting her hair: 

“Shaving my hair made my inner light grow and shine even more,” she says. “I really like who I’m evolving to be.”

… And on her personal style:

“High-fashion nomad,” Willow says of her style aesthetic. “I could literally climb a mountain and survive a couple nights in nature. That’s a requirement for my clothes because one day I was on the freeway and I saw a mountain, so I literally just pulled over and climbed it. If you’re an artist, the way you dress also gives people a vibe of how your music is and your personality.”

Jaden on his desire to be like Batman and Robin: 

“People have ideals and they have a certain thing that they expect because of growing up in a certain society and I’m just trying to break those ideals,” says Jaden who recently designed unconventional looks for his men’s MSfTS line. “Fabrics definitely inspire me and superhero comic book characters inspire my clothes. That’s why I like to wear long drapey things because I want to look like Batman and Robin. I want to hit the polarities of life, show people that there’s a duality; there’s two sides to everything.”

Willow on… life?

“When the sun goes down, when the song comes up. When I’m in nature. When I’m just by myself and walking around and just looking at the world happening around me, those are the moments that really inspire me,” says Willow. “Those moments where the mind is completely gone and you’re just looking at the beauty of something. When I’m crying and I’m sad about something, I’ll just sit there and be like; this is the beauty of life. When I’m happy and I’m joyful about something with my friends, I sit there and am like, this is the beauty of life. When I’m hurt and I’m crying I say yes, this is the beauty of life. Someone sent me down here to experience all of these things. So that’s what really inspires me with my music.”

I’ll admit, this is one of the more cogent interviews these two have done, but Christ almighty, how much smoke has been blown up these kids’ asses to make them talk like complete morons? Is this an off-shoot of special snowflake syndrome, where kids think they’re tapped into some higher consciousness because they’re just so ~worldly~ and knowledgable?

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Rihanna’s getting her own documentary


You’ve got to hand it to Rihanna. Despite not having done much of anything besides party and take some gorgeous photos for the past few years, she’s managed to maintain her status as one of the biggest celebrities in the world – that’s some staying power. And that status is about to be immortalized on film since RiRi is about to become the subject of her own feature-length documentary by Peter Berg.

From Deadline:

A contemporary take on the 1967 Bob Dylan rock doc Dont Look Back, the film is described as an “unfiltered look into Rihanna’s life and how she’s ascended to become a global icon.” Berg, who gave Rihanna her acting start with a role in his movie Battleship, said that he liked the idea of examining “a young artist at the top of her professional field” and that the project will be “much more a character study than a music film.”

Huh. I love me some Rihanna, so I’ll watch this. I’m not sure how I feel about it being a “character study” considering most of what RiRi seems to do is shop and get high, but shit, good for her, I guess.

Will you see it?

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