I don’t know how many of you frequent Oh No They Didn’t, but it’s a great place for celeb news and absolute fucking mayhem when it comes to the big stars and their hardcore stans. It often devolves into gif wars and total nonsense, but sometimes some absolute gold comes out of it.
Take, for instance, the fact that ONTD posted a story on the fact that Lady Gaga posted a photo online claiming it was from one of her concerts, when actually it was from a big music festival. They were calling her out for doing it and they posted the story – as most sites do to promote traffic – on their Twitter account. Gaga, however, was too pressed to just keep quiet and for some reason brought Madonna‘s name into it, implying that it was Madonna stans who had posted the story to begin with to bring Gaga down.
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) July 5, 2014
I mean… why? I find it interesting that Madonna’s name was even mentioned. Clearly she’s that obsessed with the fact that she’s a cheap rip-off of Madonna who will never come close to her career longevity and legendary status, but like… okay. She just looks bitter and rather sad. Sorry your career is ending so quickly into it, Stefani, but please sit down.
July 6, 2014 at 12:00 pm by Jennifer
Katy Perry is currently in the midst of her Prismatic World Tour, as I’m sure you know by now, and she decided to have a giant 4th of July shindig with her friends, band and crew at Walt Disney World and it looked like a lot of fun.
Basically, I’m really jealous and want to go to Disney World. Also, I really, really hate that hairdo she’s been sporting so much lately.
July 6, 2014 at 11:00 am by Jennifer
Joan Rivers is absolutely dreadful and a total asshole (sorry, no, she’s not funny) and makes a living off of offending people these days. It’s not cool, and clearly some people aren’t happy with the shit that comes out of her mouth – like, for instance, the fact that she used a transphobic slur when describing Michelle Obama this past week. So, during an interview on CNN, anchor Fredericka Whitfield called her out on it and told Joan that she and her Fashion Police co-stars are “very mean”.
That’s tame criticism, right? Not in Joan’s eyes! She got so pissed off, she retaliated and then walked out of the interview.
Joan does have a good point that like, a lot of the people she talks about are rich as hell and probably don’t care what Joan Rivers (who has had more plastic surgery procedures than there are surgeons to do them) has to say. And yes, we all talk shit about celebrities to our friends or family. However, I take issue with some of the more outlandishly hurtful shit she says. Some of it is outright disgusting and she tries to pass if off as humour, so I’m not with it. I do agree that anything can be funny, but it has to come from a good place, and she just seems more hateful than anything else.
July 6, 2014 at 10:00 am by Jennifer
Anne Hathaway went away for a long while because she knew we all can’t stand her and wanted to give us a break. Now she’s back, and while this was a chance for her to get back on good terms with the world and not be so annoying, she failed epically when she and husband Adam Shulman decided to take a page from Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield‘s book and punk the paparazzi with a charitable message.
Walking around New York this week, Anne and Adam held up cardboard signs with three websites listed to charities/causes they care about and wishing everyone a Happy 4th of July. They did at least give credit to Emma and Andrew, but the fact that she even decided to do this is just so… Anne. And so obnoxious. I appreciate getting the good message out, which is the only thing I give her vague credit about – there’s never a bad time to spread the word about causes you really care about. But it just seems so contrived and try-hard and… predictable. Copying off of something someone else did that we all found endearing so that she could try and be endearing as well is Anne Hathway’s M.O. and the reason she got such a bad rep in the first place.
Oh, and here’s how it’s ACTUALLY done:
July 6, 2014 at 8:00 am by Jennifer
We’ve talked about it, dreamt about it, speculated about it and waited with bated breath, and now it’s finally happened: Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson are married! They tied the knot yesterday in California.
From US Weekly:
The couple said “I do” at the lavish San Ysidro Ranch.
Simpson, 33, and the former NFL player, 34, were feted by their closest family and friends, including the singer’s parents Joe and Tina Simpson, sister Ashlee Simpson and fiance Evan Ross, CaCee Cobb and husband Donald Faison, and Jessica Alba and beau Cash Warren. Ashlee and Cobb were bridesmaids for the special occasion. The couple’s daughter Maxwell, 2, and son Ace, 13, months, also played special roles.
During the ceremony, an instrumental version of Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game” was played, according to an insider. At one point, cheers and claps erupted from the covered tent, which were decorated with stunning chandeliers.
Simpson and Johnson made it a fun-filled weekend for their guests, as they kicked back and relaxed with a good old fashioned BBQ to celebrate the Fourth of July a day earlier. Guests danced, sang karaoke, and played outdoor activities like corn hole, horseshoes and croquet. “They all seemed to be having a really good time!” an insider told Us.
Aw, it sounds really sweet. I can’t help it – I have a soft spot for Jess and think she seems really down-to-earth and genuine and totally precious. I don’t know if that’s a genuine feeling about her or latent patronization from the whole “chicken of the sea” incident so many years ago, but I’m just embracing it. Congrats to the happy couple!
July 6, 2014 at 7:41 am by Jennifer
Katy Perry won’t turn 30 until October, but for some reason she’s already talking about her milestone birthday and all of her hopes and dreams for the next decade.
“I still feel 13 on the inside,” she says of hitting the milestone in October.
“Birthdays are a big thing for me. We always have a themed party. It’s a good excuse for me to bring my friends together and go buck wild.”
“I just want to be able to continue to stay self-aware and as unaffected as possible,” Perry says. “I just want to stay authentic and keep dreaming my dreams.”
Don’t we all still feel 13 inside? Age ain’t nothin’ but a number, as the old song goes – I don’t feel any older than I ever have, really. Sure, you get more mature and learn to take care of yourself, take responsibility, etc, but you can still have that fun-loving, childish side to you, and that doesn’t go away because another year passes, really.
Anyway, keep doing you, girl. Dream them dreams!