The world is not soon going to let us forget "Booty," that ass-tastic collaboration between Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea, and their performanceof the song at Sunday's AMAs was just one more example of that. It was Jennifer and Iggy, singing about booties, moving their booties, and that is what it will always be. But then it turns out, totally unbeknownst to us, that Iggy might have been feeling somewhat insecure the whole entire time. And that is just a pity.
This is just too sad. Of course Iggy is right about the whole "babeville" thing -- Jennifer Lopez is flawless, everyone knows this -- but she thinks that she looks like a "pile of dog poo" in comparison? That is the untruest thing that has ever been said. Iggy is gorgeous in her own right, and her booty wouldn't be up wither with JLo's if that wasn't the case.
and of course @jlo made me look like a pile of dog poo standing next to he because she's so perfect. seriously tho, i love her. babeville.— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) November 24, 2014
Love your booty, girl. Love yourself.
"Yes [I have done things with a Kardashian sister]. And I always get in trouble when I talk about this but I always tell the truth so ... The ones that are of age."
--Nick Cannon during a recent radio interview about hooking up with who he refers to as the "OG Kardashian," Kim, but that bit about "the ones that are of age"? For real, Nick? If that's true, for one, ick on you ... how are you gonna try to cultivate successful hookups with three sisters, you pig, but second, if it's not what you're insinuating (though it sounds like exactly that)? That could be even ruder -- is there no shame anywhere anymore?
Nick Cannon -- what a man, y'all.
Usually, Angelina Jolie is just a million different kinds of wonderful. She's so kind and gracious, she's talented and beautiful, and her relationship with Brad Pitt just seems like one of the healthiest, most loving things we've seen in a good long while. But it just makes sense to think that, at least every now and then, Angelina might say or do something that's a little less than amazing. Or, in this case, a lot less.
During a recent interview, Angelina was asked about how her home life was changed since getting married. Here's part of her response:
"I think we have more moments where I'll say, 'I'm going to be a better wife. I'm going to cook.' And he says, 'Oh, honey. Just know what you're good at. Know what you're not.' But I do this, 'No, no, no! I'm gonna get this wife thing down.' But he knows my limitations and where I'm a good wife and a good mom."
Oh, Angelina, honey, no. Being a good wife has absolutely nothing to do with cooking, and it's just too sad that you'd link those two things together like that. Sure, wives might cook, and husbands might cook too, but that's not what makes a good marriage. There are dozens upon dozens of things that are more important than cooking, and we really thought that this lady would know that.
Cook or not, Angelina, you're still incredible. Please just get that.
"No one else in the investigation had to change their name. Why should I? I use aliases at times to protect my privacy, but I'm not ashamed of who I am."
--Monica Lewinsky discusses the old possibility of changing her name after that whole Bill Clinton scandal, and she gives a good example of how amazing she is at the very same time!
Sorry, but Monica here really is incredible. Sure, the only reason we know about her is because of a little affair she had with a president, but hey, everybody makes stupid mistakes, and she's been so strong since then. She's shown us all that she's capable of rising above all that, all of that insane mockery and name calling, and making a name for herself. And if that isn't admirable, then who even knows what is?
This, dear friends, is the latest chapter in the sordid tale of Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus and their beautiful friendship that has wilted and died. Yesterday, we heard straight from Demi about how the two of them "don't have anything in common" and are just "acquaintances" these days, and now, we're hearing some details about what actually happened to tear them apart. Hint: it's basically all Miley's fault.
See, allegedly, the thing is that "Miley is a wild card and Demi has made a point of not surrounding herself with people" like that, because "Demi's sobriety is very important to her." Also, Demi is apparently all about her reputation, which of course could get hurt if she were to be seen with Miley, doing all her crazy antics. Then there's this story:
"About six months ago at a small gathering, both Miley and Demi were there. They were in the same room for a only a few moments, and it was super-awkward, very girly high-school, pretending to ignore each other. They didn't speak, they didn't even make eye contact."
Look, sometimes people grow apart, especially people Miley and Demi's age. It's totally normal, and it doesn't say anything bad about those people, it's just what happens sometimes. So there doesn't need to be any "girly high school" antics, and honestly, neither of them need to continue commenting on it. Demi got sober and smart and amazing, Miley's having fun being young and partying, and both of those are legitimate life choices. So no more awkwardness, OK, ladies? No more weirdness. Just love.
Oh, what a roller coaster ride we've been on with the marriage of Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott, huh? The cheating, the lies, the therapy, the fights over baked potatoes ... it's been a big mess, and for a while there (the whole entire time, basically), it's seemed like things would never get better. Like Tori and Dean would spend the rest of their days fighting and being pathetic and terrible.
But wait! The couple went on Dr. Oz's show yesterday, and, believe it or not, they actually said some things that made sense. Things that made them sound like reasonable, somewhat mature adults actually trying to work on themselves. It's crazy, I know, but it happened.
Tori on her kids seeing her struggles:
"Anytime I would have emotional stress—for years, my whole life—I would just repress and keep going and going and nobody knew really. It would just start coming down. I would be sick all the time, sinus, migraines, everything. I don't want to keep going on like that. I'm at that place where I don't like the way my kids see me. I don't like them seeing me as sick."
On her relationship with Dean:
"We're working on it. It will take time. I've asked him to listen to me, take care of me, take care of the kids, step up in our family and he really has. He's really working on himself and us ... The trust and the belief in myself and the self-confidence was never there. So that's something I needed to go back and fix before I could even fix our marriage."
Dean on why he's still doing the show:
"I have clinical depression and I want people to know that there's help out there. You're not alone and that's what I've learned through this whole process is I'm not alone with the alcoholism and the drugs and the depression. You can get help."
Tori doesn't want her kids to see her the way that thousands and thousands of strangers have seen her? She's working on trust and loving herself so she can have a healthier relationship? Dean realized that there's help available for the problems he has that are beyond his control?! Guys, it's like a new era of common sense here! Rejoice, for Tori and Dean might finally stop being so gosh darn ridiculous!
Jennifer Aniston really is taking this war against Kim Kardashian's ass kind of seriously -- first slamming her Paper Magazine cover saying that she did it first (and better (?), and now she's taking it to Ellen Degeneres, where she sports enormous, awkward boobs and ... well, you'll just have to watch the video to see what she says about Kim's backside.
We've got to say -- though we honestly do like Kim's cover more, we're starting to appreciate Aniston's sass more and more as the jokes go by.
Shots fired, Jen -- your move, Kim K!
In a ridiculous twist of irony, one of Eminem's new singles off of Shady XV is called "Guts Over Fear" has a brand-new video, and the song -- which was released back in August -- has lyrics directly contradicting those of "Vegas," wherein he rapped about forcible sex with Iggy Azalea.
The new song says, "It just breaks my heart to look at all the pain I've caused, the pain spawns the anger on, but it wasn't until I put the pain in the song, learned who to aim it on that I made a spark, started to spit hard as s--t, learned how to harness it while the reins were off, but the crazy part was as soon as I stopped saying I gave a f--k haters started to appreciate my art."
So, flash foward ... Iggy's pain, what, doesn't matter? Punching Lana Del Rey in the face is an OK thing as long as it's done in a song? Or does Em think that those he "spits" against are deserving of such slamming that he's just become omnipotently selective as to who he aims them toward?
Pathetic, Eminem, seriously. Nobody's going to appreciate your art if this misogynistic verbal violence against women continues, and that'd be a sad thing, because you are genuinely talented.