6/29/2015 3:00 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham

All right, look, Justin Bieber, as a human, has seemed to improve greatly over the past several months or so. It seems like he's matured a great deal, and like he's trying to actively show his fans, along with all the rest of us, how much he's grown. And that's admirable, it really is, and we're actually kind of proud of the kid. But then he went and did this new video with Skrillex and Diplo. The song is fine, but the video itself ... no, Justin. Justin, stop.

Seriously, don't watch this video if you're prone to seizures. Or nightmares. Or fear. Or really, only watch this video if ... no, that's too hard too. How about this: just watch the video if you feel like you're in a good place in your life and can handle some bad things. That should do it.

Filed Under:  Justin Bieber
6/29/2015 2:00 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham
"I would say that Matt had beautiful eyes, and I think that Twitch had beautiful abs – his abs were spectacular. 
Well, you know what? I got a beautiful man that lays beside me at night, and I don't really have a need for wet dreams because I have a pretty beautiful reality."

--Jada Pinkett Smith discusses some things that she liked about filming, including Matt Bomer's eyes and Stephen "Twitch" Boss' abs (which, according to Jada, were also fun to oil up), and adds in there at the end that Will Smith is pretty OK too.

So is someone going to advise Jada to stop with this anytime soon? It seems like she's been going on and on about her "Magic Mike XXL" costars for quite some time now, and it never gets any better. It's always weird and inappropriate and sad. And no, it doesn't help that she's tossing in that bit about Will Smith being beautiful. Especially when she so easily mentions wet dreams at the end there.

Just ... I don't know, just stop, OK, Jada? Whenever you feel the need to discuss anyone else's abs, just stop for a minute and think about if you really want to be going this way. Because, here's a hint: you really don't want to go this way.
6/29/2015 1:00 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham
Hey, remember that time on Friday that the Supreme Court ruled that gay marriage is legal and it was so wonderful and touching and awesome? Remember how so many people felt so happy and free? Of course you do, it was only a few days ago. But tragically, and not so unexpectedly, there were many other people who somehow felt that the happiness and love that others felt affected them in a very negative, near catastrophic way. Josh Robinson, player for the Minnesota Vikings, was one of those people.

Josh expressed a whole bunch of feelings on Twitter:

Love is love? So what will we say when the 30yr old loves YOUR 10 year old. When the dad loves HIS 6 year old? It's different? Yea okay! The day one person makes that stand, some may support, but many will say that's sick! That day I will say ‘hypocrites.' When did we start defining a word by using that word? Smh. If you really want to know. Love is… 1Cor 13:1-13.

OK, Josh realizes that gay people are actually people, right? That a gay adult has the same mental capacity as a straight adult, and two gay adults loving each other is in no way similar to pedophilia or incest? And that many gay couples are capable of the kind of love described in Corinthians? I mean, it's pretty obvious that he doesn't understand any of that, otherwise he wouldn't have made all those comments, but talk about disappointing. Josh here, along with so many other ignorant people like him, simply cannot accept two adults loving and caring for each other in a way that doesn't affect him whatsoever, all because of what genitalia they happen to have. SMH, indeed.

Filed Under:  Josh Robinson
6/29/2015 12:00 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham
Have you felt overwhelmed by Demi Moore and her face lately? Have you been wondering exactly how she manages to look so flawless, day after day, month after month, year after year? Have you found yourself frustrated, on the brink of a breakdown, all because you simply can't imagine a human being having such a long streak of perfection? You're not alone. You are not alone.

Demi's daughter, Rumer Willis, posted this new photo of Demi, letting us all know that "my mom is the cutest human" with the very appropriate hashtag "beauty has no age limit." Just look at her up there, guys, that's a 52-year-old mother of three right there, looking like some trendy cute girl in her 20s. Rumer has got to be the truthiest truth-teller, and Demi the most ageless woman that ever was.

Filed Under:  Demi Moore , Photos
6/29/2015 10:00 AM PDT, by Emily Trainham
Once upon a time, over 20 years ago, there was a man named Jerry Seinfeld, and he was the possessor of a very famous sitcom. Jerry's situation was a unique one, for even though he was the rightful star of the sitcom, everyone else on the show was far funnier than he. And so it was that Jerry, perhaps bitter to be so lame, did find himself a 17-year-old high school girl to date. And it was weird.

That girl was Shoshanna Lonstein, who, in case you'd forgotten or never got the chance to be creeped out by this story, really was a high school senior when Jerry, then 38 years old, hit her up for her number in Central Park. Just think about that scenario for a minute, big television star Jerry Seinfeld, adult man just a couple of years shy of 40, hollerin' at some teenager. They actually ended up dating for a few years, which, as it turns out, doesn't really help with the extremely major gross factor.

But that relationship, friends, happened so many years ago. It started back in 1993, and since it's now the future, don't you want to know how this poor girl turned out? Don't you want to see what the recipient of Jerry Seinfeld's creepiness is up to nowadays? Of course you do. Click on that picture of the Jerry and Shoshanna of the past, and you will see. You will see it all.
6/29/2015 9:00 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
Bristol Palin is mad as a hornet ... and coming from someone who has absolutely no right to refute the criticism that she's currently under for her unwanted wanted unplanned planned pregnancy, it sure is rich. 

In a recent blog post, Bristol backtracks -- entirely -- from her previous statement about her unplanned pregnancy being a "disappointment," saying, "This pregnancy was actually planned." We're not going to question Bristol's motivations when it comes to why she does what she does, but here's some kind of little vague statement from who she's seemingly claiming to be the unborn child's father, Dakota Meyer

"... All ISIS/ISIL attacks and all overshadowed by the dog and pony show being put on here domestically by some politicians and mass media. The news that feeds the 'inquiring mind [sic] want to know' is inconsequential compared to that which is truly relevant but lost on the back page. I urge you to go beyond what is spoon fed to you and see what is truly going on out there." 

Bristol concludes her blog tirade with "deal with it.' But it doesn't seem like we're the ones who need to worry about dealing with anything ... she sounds like she's having a hard time coming to grips with all this as it is. It almost makes you feel a little bad for her. Almost. 

6/29/2015 8:00 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
Bobbi Kristina Brown has an unlikely ally ... and that ally comes in the form of none other than Sinead O'Connor. Strange? Perhaps. Compassionate? Apparently more than most of us know. 

If you've at all been paying any attention to Sinead's Facebook page, she's been dedicating songs to BK for the last few days. She even went as far as to change her profile picture to honor Bobbi, and swapped her banner image to a snap of Whitney Houston and Bobbi in happier days.

Though it's been months, a lot of people seem to have forgotten that the daughter of one of the world's most talented female vocalists was in some kind of horrific accident that resulted in her coma condition. Whatever sad, tragic circumstances that set the wheels in motion for this event to occur earlier this year aren't even over, and yet people have written it off as if young Bobbi was some kind of lost cause at her extremely young age, or isn't somebody's loved one. 
Sinead might be a little ... oh, unconventional at times. But at least she doesn't move on to buzzing about the next tragedy before the previous has even reached any resolve. 

6/29/2015 7:00 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor

Whoever decided that it'd be a good idea for Kanye West to sing (ahem ... "sing") "Bohemian Rhapsody" at Glastonbury, which folks were petitioning his headlining, should probably crawl into a corner somewhere and hang their heads in shame. 

See if you can make it through this minute-and-a-half clip of Kanye trying to pass off his straining vocals on the audience, forcing them to fill in the high notes that boyfriend just couldn't quite make. 

It's a sad state of affairs when Kanye makes the American pop/rap music scene look like this in a foreign country, right? Dang.  
Filed Under:  hot photos