Today's Evil Beet Gossip

One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson broke up with his long-term girlfriend Eleanor Caldor

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Oh, dear. Looks like it’s not just Zayn Malik who’s taking the heat for his groupie fucking in Thailand. Now his One Direction bandmate Louis Tomlinson‘s relationship with his long-term girlfriend Eleanor Caldor has come to an end after photos of him cavorting with a fan during a “pool party” at the villa where the guys were staying while in the country. Oopsies.

“Louis and Eleanor split up two weeks ago,” a rep confirms to PEOPLE. “They have not announced this as they wanted some privacy during this time.”

“Louis is really upset about it all,” a friend of the 23-year-old singer tells PEOPLE. “They tried really hard to make it work but it was just impossible, he’s away for nine months a year and they just grew apart.”

Ya, okay. They grew apart because he grew closer to this chick he was making out with in the pool (I can’t find the pics even though I saw them earlier today, but I’ll update as soon as I get hold of them again).

Unfortunately, these girls need to get it out of their head that there’s any chance of having some deep and meaningful relationship with the members of a boy band. They WILL cheat on you. Repeatedly. Over and over again. Come on, now.

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Oh, Snap – Rob Kardashian goes for Kim Kardashian on Instagram

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Rob Kardashian has been the fat black sheep of the Kardashian family for a while now (which is a shame b/c he’s probably the only vaguely decent one), and it seems relations have not improved in recent months, particularly between Rob and big sister Kim Kardashian. While Rob has been absent from Instagram for a long ass time now, he made his comeback by basically comparing Kim to the psycho from Gone Girl. Oh shit.

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OMG, I love it. He’s already deleted the picture (thank god for screencaps), of course, and he’ll probably come out and say he was hacked, if he addresses it at all, but this is a wig snatch and a half coming from Rob. The last big public drama they had, of course, was when Rob flew back to LA before Kim & Kanye’s wedding. Looks like things have only gone from bad to worse since then. Damn.

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Holly Madison “Contemplated” Suicide


Holly Madison seems like one of those celebs who is always all smiles, Disney princess that she is, but as her latest book reveals, she’s struggled with some serious shit. Her memoir is titled, Down The Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures And Cautionary Tales Of A Former Playboy Bunny, and it sounds like it’s got some good gossip on her bunny days, and also some surprising revelations. From Us Weekly:

As revealed in the release from Harper Collins, Madison’s seemingly fairy tale existence inside the Playboy Mansion was filled with drama, darkness, and even depression. “Life inside the notorious Mansion wasn’t a dream at all—and quickly became her nightmare,” the promotional material states. “After losing her identity, her sense of self-worth, and her hope for the future, Holly found herself sitting alone in a bathtub contemplating suicide.”

The publisher also promises to detail the “oppressive routine of strict rules, manipulation, and [her] battles with ambitious, backstabbing bunnies.”

This isn’t the first Playboy Bunny tell-all and it won’t be the last, so the question is, will she reveal some real stuff, and maybe stuff we didn’t already know? She’s already delivering, though it’s pretty awful news — had no idea she was so depressed, though I can’t imagine living her bizarro life and what kind of stuff went down.

The whole Playboy lifestyle and culture is so strange to me, honestly. Yet I’m intrigued by what she (OK, let’s be honest, her ghostwriter), has written. Are you?

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Eva Mendes Jokes About Sweatpants; Internet Loses Its Mind


Eva Mendes is a new mom and has been opening up about her experiences regarding motherhood, and her relationship with Ryan Gosling, on Extra. During one of these little chats, Ms. Mendes made a (joking) comment about sweatpants that caused the Internet to lose its mind and go into a tizzy. What did she say? From Extra:

You can’t do sweatpants… ladies, number one cause of divorce in America, sweatpants, no!

I mean obviously she’s joking — it’s not particularly hilarious LOLZ — but it’s clearly not meant to be serious, right? Well, people managed to leave comments like,

Seriously? If a guy is going to divorce me cuz I wear sweatpants then I don’t need him in my life.

I’m married 42 years to the same wonderful man and yes I wear sweatpants.Let’s see how many years she stays married while NOT wearing sweatpants. I highly doubt it will be 42 years.

Etc, etc. (It should be noted that Mendes is not married.)

Mendes and Gosling decided to do some damage control, with Gosling tweeting,

And Mendes posted a photo on Instagram of sweatpants, with the caption,

Dear favorite pair of sweatpants. I was just kidding when I said you’re the #1 cause of divorce. Everyone knows that orange crocs are the #1 cause of divorce. Either way it was a bad joke and feel terrible if you or anyone thought I was serious. Thanks for understanding sweatpants. Sorry orange crocs.

Oh, brother! Yeah, her comment was kind of annoying and stupid, but anyone who seriously got offended by it needs to get a hobby, FOR REAL.

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Kathy Griffin Explains Why She Left ‘Fashion Police’


Kathy Griffin quit Fashion Police after only 7 episodes, and was kind of vague as to why and what happened. She posted a really long Tweet but wasn’t very specific, saying, “I discovered that my style does not fit with the creative direction of the show.” But Howard Stern was able to get a little more out of her. She sat down with him and here’s what she had to say, via Us. I think she’s being pretty honest and truthful, saying,

I probably shouldn’t have taken the gig. Melissa [Rivers] is the one who called me and said, ‘You’re the only person that I feel my mom would truly have given her blessing to.’ So that was kind of the decider.

I don’t really feel it was my best work. I stand by my specials and my series. The lane that that show was in was so specific that they weren’t able to make the transition to the comedic lane that I work in. I just don’t think that it’s really what I do. I think Joan was the master of the one liners and the zingers.

And yup, she had something to say about the whole Kelly Osbourne/Zendaya fiasco:

I was, you know, a little surprised by [Kelly Osbourne quitting]. Because it was like an ‘up and I’m out of here’ and she is pals with Zendaya so she felt like, I think, she was like sticking up for her pal.

When Stern asked if Ms. Griffin thought Osbourne used the controversy as an excuse to leave, Griffin replied,

I do kind of get that feeling. I think that Kelly has said post [leaving] that she had four or five such great years with Joan. And, to me, that means, ‘You know it’s not the same as it was with Joan’ and I’ve got to be honest, I kind of feel the same way.

Okay, so who wants to place bets on how much longer this show is gonna last? It seems like at this point, it’s just limping along. In fact, The Hollywood Reporter wrote that E! is putting the show on an “extended hiatus.” Yeah, I don’t think anyone would be shocked if it never came back from said hiatus.

I mean, I don’t think anyone really watches it anymore, anyway. Are any of you guys Fashion Police fans?

Let’s say they decide to pick the show back up. Who do YOU think should replace Kathy Griffin and Kelly Osbourne?

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Kat Von D Will Not Apologize For Her “Underage” Lipstick


Kat Von D is one of those celebs who contributes a whole lotta nothin’, so it’s not surprising that she’s clinging to the only thing that’s putting her name anywhere right now — her lipstick. You may recall that in November of 2013, people were outraged by Von D’s makeup line that included a shade of lipstick named “celebutard.” We knew way back then that she also had a shade named “underage red” (charming!) but for some reason, only now are people realizing it and getting all huffy about it. So huffy that Von D felt the need to speak out on her behalf.

Did she apologize? Of course not, she doesn’t do that. Here’s what she had to say about the controversy, via her Facebook page. This is an edited version, because the original post is really, really long, so here are some choice bits:


I have never expected everyone to understand or see things the way that I do.

With that being said, I can understand why some have found reason to be offended in regards to my choice in naming a lipstick “Underage Red” – but I feel the need to correct those of you who have clearly misinterpreted the name itself, and the inspiration behind it.

[...] “Underage Red” was one out of four lipstick shades that I released at the very start of the makeup line, seven years ago. It launched, alongside 3 other variation of red shades: “Hellbent,” “Misfit,” and “Lolita.”

Out of those 4 shades, “Underage Red” was the matte, borderline-neon, fire-engine red.

I clearly remember wearing a variation of this shade when I was 16 years old. I also remember the feeling of wanting so badly to go see a specific concert at this age, and not being able to get in to the venue because I was underage. Back then, I was already deeply in love with punk rock music, and although in the eyes of many (including my parents), it may have been inappropriate for me to be wearing lipstick. But i did.

[...] Anyone who knows or follows me, is very aware of my personal lifestyle choices which include celibacy, sobriety, conscious living and [above feminism], human rights. Although, i would never force my views and opinions onto others, i most definitely find it offensive being accused of the opposite.

These wild, and horrific accusations proclaiming that any aspect of my makeup line would ever promote the degradation of women, statutory rape, sexual behavior, human trafficking, underage drinking, or even idealization of fleeting youth, goes against everything I stand for. So, please excuse me if I find those articles and comments appalling and inaccurate.

If you read the word “underage” and you automatically jump to a disgusting conclusion, I ask you to perhaps question your own mind and thoughts. Consider the damage such negativity can actually cause, verses actually help.

So, NO. I refuse to sacrifice my integrity and creative freedom. NO. I will not be pulling “Underage Red” from my collection. And NO. This is not an apology.

Look, there’s something a little weird about naming a lipstick “underage” anything, but I actually understand where she’s coming from — she named it after a color she would wear when she was 16 to try and act grown-up. Do I think her lipstick names are stupid? Yes. Do I think she loves the controversy? Yes. Do I think she high fives pedophiles? No.

I simply don’t have the energy to get all riled up over this lipstick. Do you?

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US Weekly is sorry for lying about Kendall Jenner’s Bruce Jenner quotes

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Yesterday, US Weekly published a story (which has since been removed from the site) which featured “quotes” from Kendall Jenner about her father, Bruce, and his transition into becoming a woman. I read the original story, but since I don’t have the exact quotes now, it was something along the lines of how she’ll always love her dad for being there for her throughout her life and she supports him whether he’s a man or a woman. Now, is all of that true? I’m sure. Did Kendall actually say it? Uh… definitely not.

Kendall took to Twitter a few hours after the story was published to express her outrage:

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In what is probably the most respectable move they’ve ever made, US Weekly decided to retract their original statement and issue an apology… although not really, because instead of taking ownership of their bullshit, they’ve blamed it on a “freelance journalist” who did the “interview” and whose story they can no longer “verify”. Fuck off, US Weekly.

On Wednesday, March 18, Us Weekly published on an interview with model and reality star Kendall Jenner entitled “Kendall Jenner Breaks Silence on Bruce Jenner’s Transition: ‘I Will Always Love My Dad.’” The interview was allegedly conducted by an independent freelance journalist at the Saturday, March 14, taping of Comedy Central’s roast of Justin Bieber in Los Angeles. When Ms. Jenner denied, via Twitter, that the interview took place, Us Weekly immediately reached out to the freelance reporter. He stood by the interview, and continues to maintain that the quotes are accurate. However, after attempting to reconfirm his account, editors of Us have concerns about the veracity of this interview and the circumstances under which it was obtained. We would like to retract the story entirely and have removed it from our website. We sincerely apologize to Ms. Jenner and her family.

Ridiculous… and yet, how are these magazines not having to issue retractions/apologies every day?

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