“I was very resistant. I didn’t want it to happen. It took me some time to come to peace with it. … He would do everything he could to fly back every weekend [during 'Twilight' filming]. It took a real toll on our marriage. I’ve gone through my darkest parts and I’m coming out of it. I’m okay. I don’t know what the future holds, but then I’ve never been a planner. And maybe that’s a good thing.”
Man, I feel really sad for Jennie over this. These two were married for eleven years (that’s a long time, even by Hollywood standards), and this is the cumulative result of loving someone and tolerating them and supporting them and bearing three of their children? F-ck that noise! Peter Facinelli is a big f-cking douchebag who doesn’t deserve even an iota’s worth of fame that he got from ‘Twilight’. His character portrayal of the selfless and loving Dr. Carlisle Cullen was done to the smuggest, most pretentious of levels, but what do you expect – this bag of dicks is one of the smarmiest motherf-ckers going.
Normally I’d say, “Hey, you know. We don’t really know what goes on in a person’s relationship with their significant other, so how can we judge,” but I’m saying this with complete and utter confidence: Peter Facinelli is, for sure, a fame-whoring, lying, cheating piece of trash that’d be better left on the side of the road. For compost. I can’t wait to see what his career ends up like once all of this ‘Breaking Dawn‘ business is over. I mean, come on. It’s not like anyone in production really thinks he gave any kind of stellar performance worthy of the lifetime guarantee of half-decent movie roles or anything.
Sources say that Facinelli filed for divorce from Jennie and cited irreconcilable differences. I guess that would be true, because all vaginas are different and there’s no reconciling one from the other once you’ve got the taste for meat from another country.
March 29, 2012 at 11:30 am by Sarah
First of all, how lovely is that song right there? So lovely, right? Fiona Apple.
But hey, in addition to singing lovely songs, did you know that she is also a lovely person? Because she is. Come, let me tell you a story.
Way back in 2000, Fiona Apple did a concert. After the concert, a 16-year-old named Bill Magee had a brief chance to interact with Fiona. He had written a note for her, asking if she could maybe write a little something for him, because his high school’s Gay Straight Alliance needed a little support.
Here’s what Fiona Apple wrote in response:
I got your letter a few days ago, but this is the first chance I’ve had to sit down and write (it’s my day off)
Of course, I’d love to help – sign me up. As far as a few sentences go, here’s what I’ve got – I hope it’s OK:
It’s hard to conjure up some new profound way of commenting on this issue – I’m so tired of it being an issue at all, and I suppose I’m lucky, because I see the truth so clearly. All I know I want my friends to be good people, and when my friends fall in love, I want them to fall in love with other good people. How can you go wrong with two people in love? If a good boy loves a good girl, good. If a good boy loves another good boy, good. And if a good girl loves the goodness in good boys and good girls, then all you have is more goodness, and goodness has nothing to do with sexual orientation. A person who loves is a righteous person, and if someone has the ability and desire to show love to another – to someone willing to receive it, then for goodness’ sake, let them do it. Hate has no place in the equation; there is no function for it to perform. Love is love, and there will never be too much.
And there you have it, your daily sob fest, this time courtesy of Fiona Apple and her beautiful, beautiful words.
March 29, 2012 at 10:30 am by Emily
I was so worried, you guys. I was really scared that Megan Fox was going to stop being so stupid and start being kind of likable. It was weighing heavy on my heart, friends, it truly was. But here’s the good news: I don’t have to worry anymore, because Megan went and said something dumb in an interview! Hooray!
From Us Weekly:
Megan Fox is undoubtedly pretty, but humble? Not so much.
In an interview with April issue of France’s Jalouse magazine, the 25-year-old Friends With Kids star says she’s happy to be seen as one of the sexiest women in Hollywood. “I live well with my image. I cannot complain. I would not trade my place with an unattractive girl.”
Despite her good looks, the actress, who’s been married to Beverly Hills, 90210 alum BrianAustinGreen, 38, since 2010, says she hates participating in photo shoots.
“I hate taking pictures. I never look at them, otherwise I would have to change everything,” Fox explains. “I prefer not to see any and trust the photographer, who knows his job.”
“I live well with my image. I cannot complain. I would not trade my place with an unattractive girl.” That’s the part I want to talk about. Because, ugh, Megan Fox, just shut up. But ok, I get it. No one’s sitting around thinking “man, I sure wish I could be less attractive.” And if you’re Megan Fox pretty, then of course it would make sense for you to be happy with your looks. But why would you even say that? That’s just a shitty thing to say, and I can’t be all that surprised, considering the source, but come on now. There has to be at least a few moments when Megan is talking that internally she realizes that she shouldn’t be, right?
And hey, what’s with the big jump between “I live well with my image,” considering yourself attractive, and “I hate taking pictures”? It sounds like she’s saying that she doesn’t like looking at herself in photos, doesn’t it? Like she’s trying to pull a “oh, I look so awful, please!” when obviously she knows that she looks like a doll. It just seems disingenuous and annoying, and I’m over it. You’re pretty, Megan, we get it. Of course you wouldn’t trade your place with an unattractive girl, but what about a smart girl or a talented girl or a girl with any evident substance at all?
Now that we’ve discussed Megan’s words, let’s go ahead and look at her pictures from the magazine’s photo shoot, all right? You can see her startling inability to make facial expressions and how someone tried to paint mascara tears on her face to give her the appearance of having emotions. It’s pretty crazy to watch.
If she actually is pregnant, then I hope she can just stay inside and be a mom for a while, because I’m getting sick of her again. It’s not that I think she’s a bad person, I just think she should shut her mouth is all. What about you?
March 29, 2012 at 9:30 am by Emily
Apparently The Situation is the real father of Snooki’s baby. [The Superficial]
Bradley Cooper moves on to his next victim. [Lainey Gossip]
Candice Swanepoel takes it all off. [Starpulse]
Rihanna denies dating Ashton Kutcher, rather rudely. [The Superficial]
Will Ferrell confirms another ‘Anchorman’. Break out the sharp objects. [Huff Po]
James Franco has sunk to a new low. [ICYDK]
Paris is pulling her dresses off again. [INFDaily]
It’s the end for Khloe and Lamar. [CDL]
Uma Thurman: still pregnant and still in a bathing suit. That’s how you get yeast infections. [Celebslam]
Elton John was bullied as an adult, go figure. [Cele|bitchy]
Douchebag trap. [theBERRY]
George Zimmerman is going to be killed soon probably. [IDLYITW]
Mario Lopez is a “liar and a cheater.” [Hollywood Backwash]
WTF are “picnic pants“? [theBERRY]
March 29, 2012 at 8:30 am by Sarah
I know, I know, like we actually needed any more proof that Michelle Williams and Jason Segel are dating after those photos Sarah showed you yesterday of those two beautiful lovebirds holding hands and being the most adorable thing that ever happened. But now that we know this couple actually exists, I’m pretty certain that it’s not going to take much at all for us to tell you guys about them. It’ll be like “Michelle and Jason went to dinner? Type it up!” and “BREAKING: Jason Segel and Michelle Williams Eskimo Kiss!” So prepare to get bombarded with the precious, that’s all I’m saying.
Ok, and now here’s where I show you the additional evidence, all right? Brace yourselves, because it’s really, really sweet:
Jason Segel and Michelle Williams certainly would make a hip, hot couple.
Earlier this month the How I Met Your Mother star asked his Twitter followers “a totally hypothetical question” to find out, “If I fell in love would you guys be happy?” (He’s since deleted the tweet.)
His followers answered with a resounding yes. “We don’t even know each other and you guys want me to be happy,” he tweeted, and has also since deleted. “I’m not being sarcastic at all when I say that actually means a lot.”
So was Jason talking about the My Week With Marilyn star?
Michelle’s rep had “no comment” on the actress’ rumored relationship, but pictures snapped by Us Weekly sure look lovey-dovey to us!
Oh my gosh. “If I fell in love, would you guys be happy?” Is that a real thing that happened, or are they just trying to play with our hearts now? Sarah said it, many of you guys said it, and now I get the chance to say it: IS THIS THE CUTEST COUPLE EVER OR WHAT?
March 29, 2012 at 7:30 am by Emily
Oh, this should be fun! In so many stories about the Duggars, here and elsewhere, a big theme I see is overpopulation. People are always talking about how with nineteen kids and counting, this family isn’t really helping that problem at all. Some people say that humans nowadays should stop procreating altogether because overpopulation is such a huge issue, and others say that even though it’s kind of scary, the government should be able to limit the amount of children people have to help get the problem under control. I don’t know about all that, but I do know that obviously the Duggars aren’t super concerned about this topic. But why?
Let’s guess for a minute, shall we? Let’s see … the Duggars say that overpopulation isn’t a problem because their measly nineteen kids don’t really affect the world population as a whole? The Duggars say that overpopulation isn’t a problem because “like, whatever”? The Duggars say that overpopulation isn’t a problem because the world actually doesn’t have all that many people in it?
Yeah, it’s that last one. Here’s a handy video where Michelle Duggar explains it all!
“The idea of overpopulation is not accurate because, really, the entire population of the world, if they were stood shoulder to shoulder, could fit in the city limits of Jacksonville.” That is a thing that she actually said. She just said that the entire population of the world could fit inside one city in Florida.
My brain is having some trouble really comprehending this, so I’m going to go ahead and hand it over to you guys, all right? Maybe you can make some sense of this, because I just … Florida, honestly.