I feel like I’ve just been transported back to 2005, because Kelly Osbourne and Paris Hilton are fighting over some issue that sprung up at Coachella. Basically, Kelly apparently ignored Paris for some reason when she tried to join the VIP area, leading Paris to call her a “bitch” on Twitter. And so it goes…
From The Mirror:
“As far as Kelly is concerned, this is something out of nothing. Paris is being ridiculously sensitive and attention-seeking.
“Kelly was sitting with some mates, minding her own business, when Paris suddenly started bitching and moaning, and slagging her off.
“She was asked by someone else to join the group, but declined and swanned off. The pair didn’t speak for the rest of the weekend.”
As for what Kelly thinks of it – she’s on the same page as me:
@ParisHilton please grow up there is no need to act like a child you could of happily joined us! it's not 2005 no one cares!
— Kelly Osbourne (@KellyOsbourne) April 13, 2014
April 14, 2014 at 10:00 am by Jennifer
Taye Diggs is moving on, you guys [ICYDK]
Warning: Sean Penn has a really hot daughter [The Superficial]
We can see through you, Jennifer Garner [Celebslam]
Taylor Swift takes all the selfies [Socialite Life]
Leonardo DiCaprio likes good music too, you guys [Lainey Gossip]
Let’s go behind-the-scenes with Gisele Bundchen, shall we? [Drunken Stepfather - NSFW]
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are kinky but insecure [Celebitchy]
If you’re interested in Mischa Barton‘s boobs, you’re in luck [Taxi Driver Movie - NSFW]
This is what Miley Cyrus is exposing our children to [Fishwrapper]
Is Mila Kunis really our “Best Villain”? [Moe Jackson]
Jimmy Fallon seems like a lot of fun to get drunk with [Celebuzz]
Looks like no one wants to be involved with Kim Kardashian [PopBytes]
Damn, Nicki Minaj, you clean up nice! [Too Fab]
Michelle Williams‘ new Louis Vuitton campaign is flawless [The Frisky]
Chris Martin is happier than ever without his wedding ring [Bohomoth]
Here are the best TV shows to binge watch [theBERRY]
Kendall Jenner tried to make Coachella sexy [Popoholic]
Jessica Biel is pretty flawless, sorry guys! [I'm Not Obsessed]
Johnny Depp is really hopeless with technology [Starpulse]
T.I. is moving to a fancy new bachelor pad [Bossip]
Cara Delevingne is making out with herself [Drunken Stepfather - NSFW]
Sky Ferreira has a new video and it’s awful [OMG Blog]
April 14, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jennifer
Kate Upton‘s boobs have served her well in the modeling industry, but like any girl who’s DDs weren’t put in by a surgeon will tell you, they’re not all they’re cracked up to be. They make your back hurt, they can ruin your opportunities to wear cute tops (especially if they’re button-up) and they generally don’t stay “perky” because unlike silicone bags, breast tissue is fat and it weighs something.
Anyhoo, Kate has talked about her big boob woes in a new interview with The Sun (via TMZ):
Upton told The Sun in Britain she wishes for a smaller rack everyday … because of her love for things like going braless in a spaghetti string top and wearing small bikinis.
She adds, “Every single day, I’m like, ‘Oh, man, it would be so much easier,’ especially if people didn’t constantly bring them up.” This coming from the girl who constantly flaunts her boobs in magazines like Sports Illustrated, Vogue and Vanity Fair and made a fortune off her floaters.
Kate says she wishes her jugs were more like clip-ons … so she could take them on and off as she pleases.
Pfft, I would never clip those suckers back on if I had the choice. But hey, it’s made her rich, so get yours, girl.
April 14, 2014 at 8:00 am by Jennifer
I still haven’t watched this week’s episode of Saturday Night Live with Seth Rogen hosting, but his monologue went viral yesterday considering all the famous faces who turned up to… support him, I guess?
That’s right – James Franco, Zooey Deschanel and Taylor Swift all turned up to get in on the fun, and I guess it was sorta amusing or something? I dunno – I rarely think the monologues (or the show in general) is anything worthwhile these days, but this is okay. I wish this show would realize, however, that it takes more than extra celebrity cameos to make people laugh. Maybe just try being funny with the regular cast you have? I dunno.
April 14, 2014 at 7:00 am by Jennifer
Look, I know some of you will totally pan this dress and say it’s hideous, but the Chanel Fall 2014 dress she wore last night was AMAZING. The pictures didn’t even do it justice – I just LOVE this thing, particularly at the top. It suits her SO well and she looks incredible.
You can see it a bit better on her Instagram video from last night, when she realized she’d hit a million followers:
April 14, 2014 at 6:00 am by Jennifer
Jenny McCarthy has gotten a lot of criticism in her day for being an idiot and saying stupid shit, like how vaccinations cause autism and all that. But now, apparently she didn’t mean it like that and wishes everyone would stop saying she’s anti-vaccine.
As she wrote in the Chicago Sun Times,
I am not “anti-vaccine.” This is not a change in my stance nor is it a new position that I have recently adopted. For years, I have repeatedly stated that I am, in fact, “pro-vaccine” and for years I have been wrongly branded as “anti-vaccine.”
My beautiful son, Evan, inspired this mother to question the “one size fits all” philosophy of the recommended vaccine schedule. I embarked on this quest not only for myself and my family, but for countless parents who shared my desire for knowledge that could lead to options and alternate schedules, but never to eliminate the vaccines.
Blatantly inaccurate blog posts about my position have been accepted as truth by the public at large as well as media outlets (legitimate and otherwise), who have taken those false stories and repeatedly turned them into headlines. What happened to critical thinking? What happened to asking questions because every child is different?
For my child, I asked for a schedule that would allow one shot per visit instead of the multiple shots they were and still are giving infants.
I am passionate about important conversations on how we can improve health care for our children and generations to come. This is an extremely important discussion and I am dumbfounded that these conversations are discounted and negated because the answers are not black or white. Again I ask, what happened to critical thinking?
The column goes on from there and is well worth the read. To be fair, if indeed she’s been severely misquoted, that’s fine and well. Or, if she’s come to her senses and realized she was SEVERELY misinformed before, that’s even better. Either way, the sooner people stop spouting bullshit like this, the better.