9/16/2014 3:00 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham
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Look, like it or not, Kris Jenner is a super, super hot grandma. She just is. She has an amazing body, she's pretty gorgeous, she's just hot, that's all there is to it. She could pull off all kinds of looks, but instead of choosing something flattering, she goes for this. This shapeless, sad sack of a dress. And that's basically a tragedy.

Kris, honey, you are better than this dress. If you can pull of a bikini at 58 years old, you can pull off a fitted gown without any problem at all. You could be the hottest thing, anywhere you go, and that's why it's so heartbreaking that you would do this to yourself. Rise above, honey. Rise above.

Verdict: leave it. or cut off about a yard from the bottom and take it in so that it actually fits her body. But probably just leave it.

Love It or Leave It -- Kris Jenner's Sad Fashion

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9/16/2014 2:00 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham
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"For me, anger is so deeply buried and contained that when it does kind of come out, it comes out in stronger bursts. I tend to be respectful, polite, get along, put up with, put up with, put up with … then, when it finally emerges, it’s not something I have a ton of control over. I’m not gonna go into a Wolverine berserker rage, but I do have a, I do ... That’s my personality… By the way, that’s a character flaw, I think."


--Ben Affleck describes his anger issues, fuels our nightmares for tonight.

No, really, it's not that serious, except it kind of is. If Ben buries his emotions until they explode, and then admits that he doesn't have control over his anger, that's a big deal. It's a big deal for other people -- you don't want to be on the receiving end of an Affleck rage attack, do you? -- and it's a big deal for his health, too. That kind of stress isn't good for anyone, and if Ben can't control himself when he gets angry, then there's literally no telling what could happen.

Get it together, OK, buddy? Maybe just a little? 
Filed Under:  Ben Affleck , Quotables
9/16/2014 1:00 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham


The amazing Billy Crystal discussing the also amazingly Robin Williams is enough to break your heart and leave you crying for the rest of the afternoon, but you know what? You still need to watch this video.

You'll learn that Billy and Robin were best friends, that they used to talk multiple times a day, and that the lovely tribute Billy did for Robin at the Emmys was the hardest thing he's ever had to do. You'll hear hilarious stories about their friendship, and even though you'll probably laugh, you'll end up missing Robin Williams all over again. It'll be rough, but it's definitely worth it.

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Filed Under:  Robin Williams , Billy Crystal
9/16/2014 12:00 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham


Get ready to hang your head in shame, annoyance, and a number of other bad things, because Beyonce and Jay Z just released "Bang Bang," the first part of a short film they made for some reason or another. It's pointless, idiotic, and disappointing, but what else did you expect?

If this looks familiar to you, it's because Bey and Jay have shown bits of this film during their "On the Run" tour, and if this, for some bizarre reason, appeals to you, the whole thing will debut at a New York gallery this Friday. That's a little more information about this video, but there's no information available to answer the most prevalent question surrounding it: why?!

Why do Beyonce and Jay Z have to make short films about guns and crime and other such ridiculousness? Does anybody honestly care? If they went through the effort of making this film, why not just do something people care about and make more music? Are there actually people that do care about this? Do they think that highly of themselves that they believe they can do anything at all and people will worship it? What's next, a short film of Beyonce brushing her teeth? Seriously though, why not just make some music instead of waving around guns and promoting crime in an "artsy," "cool" way? WHY?

Sadly, friends, we'll never get most of these questions answered. We'll just have to be subjected to whatever these two want to throw at us, just so they can keep being mindlessly loved and adored. What a fate, huh?

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Filed Under:  Beyonce Knowles , Jay-Z
9/16/2014 11:00 AM PDT, by Emily Trainham
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Poor Ariana Grande, what with her rumored diva behavior and her remarkably bad choices, she's getting too obnoxious, too fast. Yes, she's talented, but do we really want to put up with this kind of thing for the sake of a pretty voice?

Check out this thing she said about being a super mature, super hardcore 14-year-old, then see how you feel:

"I was 14 years old and ready to make an R&B album. I was like, 'Where is that Mary J. Blige collab? Where is that Natasha Bedingfield writing session? Where is my session with India.Arie? I'm ready. Let's go.' I wrote this song called 'Higher,' and the lyrics were too sexual, too mature. And my mom was like, 'This is a great song, but damn, you're too young for this.'"

Oh, Ariana, how special you must be! Everyone is going to read this and be so very impressed by your maturity! After all, the only thing that's more interesting than a 14-year-old telling everyone about how mature she is is a grown woman telling everyone how mature she was at 14! Love it, girl! This isn't embarrassing or ridiculous at all!
Filed Under:  Ariana Grande , Interview
9/16/2014 10:00 AM PDT, by Emily Trainham
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It's become shockingly, depressingly clear: the NFL seemingly doesn't care about women, and they also don't appear to care about the perception they're leaving with women who are interested in and offended by all of the recent controversy.

CBS choosing to pull a Rihanna song from the opening of last week's Ravens game was one of many infractions initiated by the NFL that was perceived as anti-woman. 

Rihanna, who is probably one of the most well known celebrity domestic abuse survivors today, has since commented on her side of the problem, tweeting this morning that the CBS had apparently changed their minds about her song:

CBS you pulled my song last week, now you wanna slide it back in this Thursday? NO, F--- you! Y'all are sad for penalizing me for this. ... The audacity... 

Rihanna is painfully right: they are sad for penalizing her for a football player beating his wife reminding the world of Chris Brown did to her. Rihanna has no blame whatsoever in either situation, and it's appalling that CBS would even think to pull her song in the first place.

The tragic thing, though, is that this mess shouldn't be too surprising, since it's becoming abundantly clear that, in the world of football, your athletic ability is far more important than your ability to be a decent human being. The rights and the safety of women are ostensibly taking a backseat to ticket sales and wins, and until we see otherwise -- some real change -- our feelings won't be changing anytime soon. 
Filed Under:  Rihanna
9/16/2014 9:00 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
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"Last year, when the Danny [Cipriani] thing was ending, Jason [Statham] called out of the blue and said, 'I still love you so much', and I said, 'I still love you.' We'll always still love each other. Then I read the next day that he'd broken up with Rosie [Huntington Whiteley]  so it was obvious why he called.

 
Filed Under:  Kelly Brook , hot photos , Photos
9/16/2014 7:00 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
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50-year-old Sarah Palin is drastically different-looking without all of her governor makeup ... and if we're being honest with ourselves, she looks pretty good, all things considered. It's got to be hard work roughing it out in wild Alaska and having to endure seeing so much of Russia and its turmoil all the time, but on the whole, Sarah's doing the damn thing, and she's doing the damn thing right. 

Looking good, you hot governor, you.