If you can get through the video without your ears bleeding over Scott Disick's incredibly whiny and condescending voice, then you just might make it to the end, friends, to the part where he calls the mother of his three children a "nasty f--k." Isn't that a great way to respect the woman you claim to love? Because no, of course it's not.
In a sneak peek for "Kourtney & Khloe Take the Hamptons," Scott and Kourtney Kardashian tour Scott's old neighborhood in a vintage convertible. When stopped by two young fans for a photo, Scott says yes, but Kourtney says no, and even though Scott's sentiments about it not being a huge deal to take one damn picture with two little girls are pretty much spot-on, there's never any excuse to call your significant other a "nasty f--k." Come on.
Worst clip of these two yet.
Today, LeAnn Rimes has done our job for us, if you can believe it -- she shared the above photo and referred to it as a "totally obnoxious pic," thus taking the words right out of our mouths, but hey ... she's been working it, y'all, and despite the fact that it's Christmas cookie season and she's all domestic and wife and step-mommy of the year and what not, she hasn't put a single -- not a single -- ounce of weight on this holiday season.
'Tis the season to be vapid, fa la la la la la la la LAAAAA.
Diane Kruger, guys ... it's almost unfair how wonderful she is. She always seems so cool in interviews, or when she's cavorting around with Pacey, and goodness knows she's one of the most gorgeous ladies in the game. And that's what we're talking about right here, friends, that gorgeousness. Because, if you can even believe it, Diane was photographed out and about without a stitch of makeup on earlier this week. And you probably can't even handle what she looked like.
Just ... just congratulations, Diane. You are visually perfect, and probably perfect in every other way, too. Way to go. There is literally not a bad thing to say about you.
"I don't think of ourselves like that [in comparison to Martha Stewart] ... Goop is a very modern lifestyle brand, and it's not eponymous and a collective of women. Obviously, Martha invented the category and we have a lot of respect for her, but we don't consider ourselves ... it's a very different business in my mind ... I'm incredibly flattered, I mean it's amazing. We're a very nascent biz, and it's amazing that she would regard us competition."
--Gwyneth Paltrow has, yet again, made the ridiculous choice to bring up Martha Stewart in conversation in a sad and obvious attempt to make people mentally connect her to the original master of ... whatever it is they do.
For real though, how pathetic is this? This obviously isn't the first time she's said something like this, and it won't be the last. Because she's so flattered, guys, that Martha Stewart is scared of her. Because of course Martha is scared of her, right? After all, Gwyneth is the new and true master of this "nascent biz," and even though Martha's career survived prison, it's going to have a hard time overcoming the power of the GOOP.
Everyone, please think some good thoughts so that Gwyneth may be able to develop some sense. She desperately needs it.
No, no, her HAIR, you guys, Ariana Grande's HAIR got dark real quick. Remember, it did have that blonde in it, but last night she revealed this little photo in which she's dyed it back to that dark brown. This color is cuter, right? It makes her seem a little more mysterious, which is good for a girl who has to battle rumors that she gets carried around everywhere like a tiny little baby.
So good on you for this one, Ariana. You did something nice for your image finally. Congrats!
Yes, this is another chapter in the sad, sorry feud between Iggy Azalea and Azealia Banks, and yes, it's still just as upsetting as ever. Azealia Banks has it in her head and Iggy Azalea is this massive racist, and she's not letting it go any time soon. She stirred things up again when she said this during a radio interview:
"I feel like in this country, whenever it comes to our things, like black issues or black politics or black music or whatever, there's always this undercurrent of kinda like a 'f--- you.' That Iggy Azalea s--- isn't better than any f---ing black girl that's rapping today...The Grammys are supposed to be accolades of artistic excellence. Iggy Azalea is not excellent."
And really, that's just not fair. There are tons of artists who perform at the Grammys who many people wouldn't consider "excellent," and no one is acting like Iggy is the greatest rapper to ever emerge: she had a very, very catchy song, and that just happens sometimes. Obviously there's a considerable amount of racial issues happening in this country right now, but the focus does not need to be on Iggy Azalea, and Iggy said as much in a series of tweets:
Special msg for banks: There are many black artists succeeding in all genres. The reason you haven't is because of your piss poor attitude.— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) December 19, 2014
Your inability to be responsible for your own mistakes, bullying others, the inability to be humble or have self control. It's YOU!— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) December 19, 2014
you created your own unfortunate situation by being a bigot and don't have the mental capacity to realize yet. Probably never will.— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) December 19, 2014
Now! rant, Make it racial! make it political! Make it whatever but I guarantee it won't make you likable & THATS why ur crying on the radio.— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) December 19, 2014
Enjoy continuing to bang your head against that metaphoric brick wall & Savor this attention. I'm the only way you get ANY.— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) December 19, 2014
And you know Azealia wouldn't let that lie:
You're poisonous and I feel genuinely sorry for you because it's obvious at this point you are a MISERABLE, angry human being. Regards!— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) December 19, 2014
Dear LordT, I Pray for this Clueless White Girl.— CATTY NOIR (@AZEALIABANKS) December 19, 2014
None of this will make sense to her until she herself has children with a black man and has to deal with having black children in America— CATTY NOIR (@AZEALIABANKS) December 19, 2014
The interview was about things way beyond your mental capacity.— CATTY NOIR (@AZEALIABANKS) December 19, 2014
Itchy Areola, you are so stupid and selfish to make any of this about yourself in particular,— CATTY NOIR (@AZEALIABANKS) December 19, 2014
My tears had absolutely nothing to with you and everything to do with society and the media in general.— CATTY NOIR (@AZEALIABANKS) December 19, 2014
@Iggyazalea do you know what a minstrel is? Because that's what you are.....— CATTY NOIR (@AZEALIABANKS) December 19, 2014
Ladies, please just stop. Instead of making this so personal and making up names like "Itchy Areola," maybe if you feel so strongly about this, discuss it in a more mature way. Don't bring yourself to that level, because it just makes you look petty. There are valid points on both sides, but as we've said time and time again, no one wins in a Twitter war.
But, iffy azuzu will not play victim and make this about her, I made some very valid points about things that are important to me.— CATTY NOIR (@AZEALIABANKS) December 19, 2014
Oh, friends, you know how it is ... another day, another example of one of the Duggars stepping out to judge people about the choices they make for themselves. The world just wouldn't be the same if they didn't, now would it? And we're extra lucky today, because this family is speaking out against one of their least favorite medical procedures, abortion. Aren't you so excited for what the very near future holds?
Josh Duggar, bless his opinionated little heart, made a special tweet linking to article that blames prenatal testing for abortions:
Great news, guys: the Miss World pageant, one of the biggest beauty pageants in whole whole, uh, world? They're getting rid of that ridiculous segment of their competition where ladies trot around in swimsuits for absolutely no good reason! Amazing, right? It's like they somehow realized that a woman's nearly naked body doesn't have anything to do with her merits as a human being or something.
Here's the statement from the director of the pageant:
"The organization has decided to take itself out of the swimsuit world because it isn't the path they're trying to take. It's not just a beauty contest, it's 'beauty with a purpose'. There didn't seem to be a purpose to have the swimsuit. Miss World should be a spokesperson who can help a community. She's more of an ambassador, not a beauty queen. It's more about the outreach and what a woman could do with a title like Miss World."
Sure, it's still sad that a woman who isn't conventionally attractive, despite how well spoken she might be, or how talented or charming or how qualified to be an ambassador for this organization, probably won't be winning this title anytime soon, but the elimination of the swimsuits is definitely a positive move. It almost makes you think there's hope for the world, huh?