I feel like whether you love Kim and Kanye, whether you hate them, or whether you’re entirely apathetic toward them, you want to see the wedding photos. How can you resist? These two are such a damn spectacle and everything they do is in excess, it’s natural to have a level of curiosity of what the most important day of their lives together looked like. Or at least, that’s how I see it. As we discussed the other day, I don’t give much of a shit about these two, but y’all can be damn sure I wanted to see these photos. I want to see the dress, the hair, the make-up, the whole thing. And now we can all see them together, because I’ve got the shots you want.
You probably haven’t heard much about it because Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are such a reserved, private, demure couple who shy away from attention, but yes, it’s true. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are now joined in holy matrimony
for the next few months for all eternity.
Emma Stone, Mindy Kaling, June Squibb, Matthew McConaughey and more celebrities read mean tweets about themselves.
Honestly, if Jimmy Kimmel did nothing but shit for the rest of his life, I would still love and respect him forever solely for giving me the Celebrities Read Mean Tweets segment. He will have a lifetime pass from me because of this, the way Sarah Michelle Gellar has one from Buffy (which she has then tested over and over again with a series of flop films and cancelled television series. #RIPRinger).
In the latest segment, we have Julia Roberts, Don Cheadle, Ashton Kutcher, Courteney Cox, Andy Garcia, Mindy Kaling (MY GIRL!), Jeremy Piven, Emma Stone, Don Rickles, Ethan Hawke, Kit Harrington, Gary Oldman, David Blaine, June Squibb, Matthew McConaughey and Sofia Vergara reading mean tweets about themselves, and it’s as hilarious as ever.
Maddie from Dance Moms performed ‘Chandelier’ while Sia sang for a wall on The Ellen Show and it was bizarre and flawless.
So Sia is about to make her musical return with upcoming album 1000 Forms of Fear, the debut single from which is ‘Chandelier’. The music video features my girl Maddie Ziegler from Dance Moms being the flawless talent she is, and on May 19, Ellen had both Sia and Maddie perform the song live.
… It was bizarre, and evoked a lot of conflicting opinions within me. Let’s watch and discuss.
Another year, another music award show. I’m not going to lie to you, this year is sort of a snooze, because we were missing Rihanna, Beyoncé, Bieber, Gaga, Drake, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Eminem, Taylor Swift, Jay and Yeezy, Madonna, and even Britney (even though she was in Vegas basically yesterday like WTF gurl it wouldn’t kill you to do some promo once a year). On the other hand, Michael Jackson’s hologram turned up. So there’s that. Let’s discuss.
… Or at least, “definitive” if you’re using the term fairly loosely.
So unless you’ve been the Avril Lavigne to one of her fans at a meet and greet, IE on two separate planets, you’ve heard about Solange Knowles,
better known as aka Beyoncé’s sister, beating, spitting on, and kicking the damn shit out of Jay-Z in an elevator after the Met gala last week. Since then, the Internet has been swirling with theories and memes in approximately equal measure, so let’s discuss all of it right now.
This gif encapsulates how I feel about being set free from the nightmare that was Real Housecunts of Melbourne season one. Seriously, you guys. I’ve watched seasons upon seasons of Real Housewives franchises: Beverly Hills, New Jersey, New York, Atlanta, Vancouver, Miami and Orange County, and I have never in my life seen such little plot and such unfiltered two-facedness as there was in the Real Housewives of Melbourne. It made me embarrassed, not only for them because they’re grown ass women acting like 14 year old girls, but just as an Australian and a woman. So let’s talk about the finale.
It is (ahem, was) that time of year again, y’all! The best red carpet event in between the Oscars and the MTV VMAs, the Met Gala wsa on once again, and as always, the red carpet looks are as extraordinary as always. We have some high-highs, some low-lows, and many, many ‘what am I even looking at right now?’ looks.
Apologies for the delay in getting this up, my dears. I’m battling a nasty sinus thing at the moment and it’s been kicking my ass, and then The Mindy Project finale was tonight so OBVIOUSLY I had to watch that before finishing this because you know me, I’m obsessed. (It was EVERYTHING, by the way. Literally everything.). Let’s move on before I get sidetracked and recap the entire finale for you in this intro.
The theme of the gala this year was “Charles James: Beyond Fashion,” focusing on the 1940s and 50s designer’s preference for the traditional through ”White Tie & Decorations.” So expect a lot of giant gowns, long gloves, and pastels. Are you ready? Let’s do this.