2/27/2015 3:00 PM PST, by Sarah Taylor

Behold, the Year Kylie Jenner Turns 18 and Can Pull All the Crap She Likes: girl is really amping up to do some damage in the upcoming months, what with eking us into legality gently by what's been happening with Tyga as of late, and now with precocious interviews slamming the "role model" mold that most 17-year-olds aspire to fit into before the world corrupts them and makes them hard and opportunistic.

To Fault Magazine, Kylie says, "I never feel pressure to be a good role model. I always try to do my best to inspire people to be good and do the right thing, but I just can't live my life always trying to be a good role model." She continues, "I try to be the best I can be, but it's hard sometimes. We're all human. I just like to live each day and just be me and be real."

All right, then -- live each day and be real, Kylie. Nobody expects anything more or less than just that ... but here's the thing, kiddo: when you do turn 18, and things are in a slightly different light, don't pretend that things are what they aren't -- or aren't what they are. If you want to break the cycle of fakery, have at it -- by being nothing but real from your first foot out. 

Filed Under:  Kylie Jenner , hot photos , Photos
2/27/2015 1:00 PM PST, by Emily Trainham
"I think I'm just a concerned mom, and now that I have a newborn who's too young to be vaccinated, it really hit home for me. 
I think we've just kind of lost our sense of neighborliness. Even if it's not your child, your neighbor could have an infant at home or somebody whose immunity is compromised. Shouldn't we all be in this together? It's really scary. What's it going to take before we all get in this together? Are we going to see infant mortality rates? Because that would be infuriating and so tragic ... It's hard to communicate science."

--Amanda Peet discusses her views on vaccines, is obviously as wise as she is beautiful.

She's right though, why does this have to be a huge debate? Yes, vaccinations are up to parents, and it's obviously their choice, but ... why? There's just no sound logic in going against facts and science and doctors' opinions and the wellbeing of all the little children, there's just not. Hopefully more people like Amanda here can communicate that.
Filed Under:  Amanda Peet , Quotables
2/27/2015 12:00 PM PST, by Emily Trainham
We talk a whole lot about Kylie Jenner, usually about her strange lip situation and her mature fashions and her questionable choices, but there's no denying one thing, and that is the fact that she is just so incredibly stunning. She posted this little photo of herself with "no makeup on screen," and we don't even need to go over the size of her lips or the presence of lip liner or anything like that, because right now, it doesn't matter. All that matters is that with looks like this, she might turn out to be the queen of the Kardashian/Jenner empire. And doesn't that just blow your mind?

Filed Under:  Kylie Jenner , Photos
2/27/2015 10:00 AM PST, by Sarah Taylor

"After 20 years… I actually, you know—" "—She a little freaky like that" — "Unfortunately, he's right. It's kind of a nice voyeuristic way to see your man, but I am kind of weird in that way. That's a whole other conversation." 

--Jada Pinkett Smith (and Will Smith, chiming in) to Extra on watching her husband Will's sex scenes, and ... you know what, no. There's just too much wrong with all this.

First, it's totally OK for her to be "a little freaky like that," and there's no "unfortunately" or "weird" about it. Being uncomfortable with her sex life, and what turns her on -- so long as it's not hurting anyone -- is just ridiculous.  

Look, whatever they're doing, it's apparently working. They've got 2 children together and have been committed to one another for 20 years, and whatever goes on in their bedroom has got to have some bearing on their longevity, at least. We just don't wanna know about it, OK? We absolutely don't want to hear anymore, Jada. Nope. 


2/27/2015 9:00 AM PST, by Emily Trainham
You might be tired of hearing about LeAnn Rimes and her constant stream of nonsense, but trust us, we're tired of talking about it. In an ideal world, we wouldn't have to talk about it because there would be nothing to talk about, she would have enough self awareness and common sense to avoid getting in all the messes she gets into now. But we don't have to tell you that this isn't an ideal world, and LeAnn is going to go on and on being horrible forever and ever. And that's just the way it is.

This time, LeAnn posted a picture on Instagram of one of her stepsons, and here's the sketchy little message she shared along with it:

We have a new songwriter in the house! Jake's putting in his 2 cents. @darrellbrownmusic he's #awesomesauce #musiclover #christmasalbum

So she's saying that one of Brandi Glanville's sons is helping her write music, right? Let's not forget that LeAnn's last major project was her album about her affair with Eddie Cibrian, this kid's father, and the aftermath. LeAnn wrote a song to this boy's mother about how she's "Just a Girl Like You" after she helped destroy their marriage, and yet he's going to write songs with her now?

This is low, even for LeAnn.

Filed Under:  LeAnn Rimes , Photos
2/27/2015 8:00 AM PST, by Emily Trainham
Because the world we live in is so beautifully bizarre, Billy Corgan from the Smashing Pumpkins was asked in a recent interview about his opinions on Kanye West and his behavior towards Beck at this year's Grammy Awards. And if you know anything about Billy Corgan, you know that his answer was bound to be completely and entirely ridiculous.

Take it away, Billy:

"I think it's inappropriate for any artist to take somebody else's moment and make it their own … In that particular moment you're basically saying that everything that Beck's done to be in that position is negated because in your own mind it's not relevant to you, or your own thing. I didn't think that's the moment to do it. Maybe afterwards you can say that, you can put it in your own blog. But to jump on stage and steal that moment, to re-appropriate it in your own way I think is inappropriate. I will add — and I mean this in all seriousness — the problem with the social media era is the Grammys will be rewarded for bad behavior and so by extension will Kanye … I've stood at that podium too, and I'll tell you what, if somebody got up on my stage, I would knock him out. I would've knocked him out. I don't care who it is, I would've knocked him out ... I've said many times on stage, 'you get on this stage, I will knock you out.'"

But the question is, would he have knocked him out?

Violence is never the answer, Billy Corgan. Especially when you're already this obnoxious.

Filed Under:  Billy Corgan , Interview
2/27/2015 7:00 AM PST, by Sarah Taylor
You guys remember your favorite "All That" cast member who wasn't Amanda Bynes or Kenan Thompson or Kel Mitchell, right? You know, Josh Server? That name ring a bell at all?

Because it should -- most adolescent girls from the 90s swooned hard over Josh, including yours truly. And then when we all grew up, we looked back on our fascination with "All That" in an uncomfortable, mildly embarrassing kind way, lamenting how we used to screech "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?!" in a manic way and nearly forgetting all about Josh Server. 

Chances are, though, it'll all come crashing back when you see what he looks like now -- and by "it," we mean "crush," because Josh is just as handsome as ever. 

2/27/2015 6:00 AM PST, by Sarah Taylor
"Beyonce, to me, doesn't have a f--king Purple Rain, but she's the biggest thing on Earth. How can you be that big without at least one Sweet Home Alabama or Old Time Rock & Roll? ... People are like, 'Beyonce's hot. Got a nice f--king a--.' I'm like, 'Cool, I like skinny white chicks with big t--s.' Doesn't really f--king do much for me."

--Kid Rock on Beyonce, and though it'd be typical knee-jerk fashion for everybody to say, "What?! Horror! Kid Rock is a racist!" (and who knows, maybe he is; we don't know) we don't necessarily think that his sentiments about liking "skinny white chicks" come across as racist ... though there's always the possibility that he meant them that way. 

Kid Rock is, after all, entitled to his opinions, and his personal preferences, unfortunately -- and though we can't wholly prove that he's a racist, it's completely obvious that he's a misogynistic troll, talking about Beyonce, a beautiful woman, this way -- but to say that this is a racist statement is stretching it a bit. 

On the whole, we're not Kid Rock fans at all ... his Ted Nugent-esque rantings are getting pretty damn old, and definitely offensive ... but isn't everybody entitled to be attracted to who they want to be attracted to without the PC police saying otherwise? 

In any case, ugh ... Kid Rock -- what a jackass, right? We can agree that Beyonce's music isn't that groundbreaking, but it's nearly impossible to look at her or read about what she does and say that she's not beautiful, both inside and out.

Get the hell outta here, Kid Rock. Aren't you on the 16th leg of your "Farewell" tour anyway?