9/21/2014 7:00 AM PDT, by Emily Trainham
While Robin Thicke has been out and about, confessing to being "high and drunk" during every interview he did last year and basically falling apart in public, Paula Patton, his lovely and infinitely better former lady, has been a lot more private with the whole thing. She hasn't been as forthcoming with information about the split, so we haven't really been able to tell how she's doing.

But judging by this photo right here, it looks like she's doing just fine.

This is Paula licking all up on some hot dude named Sam Fine, a makeup artist, and if you just can't stop yourself from yelling "you go, girl!" then you are not alone. She looks great, she seems like she's having fun, and good for her. She deserves so very much more than a mega douchelord like Robin.

Filed Under:  Paula Patton , Robin Thicke , Photos
9/21/2014 6:00 AM PDT, by Emily Trainham
Everyone knows that LeAnn Rimes is a weird little creeper that does weird, creepy things: it's just common knowledge anymore. But while some people may think that LeAnn is pretty much done with her strange ways, that she's just sticking to posting a passive aggressive tweet every now and then ... well, those people would be wrong.

LeAnn just started doing pilates at a new place. We know this because she simply will not stop tweeting about it: Which, all right, that's fine. It seems a little ridiculous to tweet this much about it, but that's LeAnn for you. Oh, but wait, let's see what Brandi Glanvillehad to say about pilates: So does this make anyone else feel really uncomfortable? We can't know for sure that Brandi was talking about LeAnn, but it would be a pretty big coincidence if she wasn't, and you know that sounds like LeAnn's special kind of weirdness.

Would it really be so very hard for LeAnn to just pull it together? Just a little, tiny bit? She doesn't even have to change, really, if she would just stop being so obviously sketchy and awful, it would be just fine. Please?

Filed Under:  LeAnn Rimes , Brandi Glanville
9/19/2014 4:30 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham
You can probably put the pieces together on this one, friends, but it helps to stick together during tragedies like this: Madonna is making her very own calendar for 2015, and it looks absolutely pathetic. Not that she's making a calendar, really -- tons of people love Madonna, and tons of people loving having calendars based on things they love -- but just the picture. The cover she chose of her sucking on a bottle. Doesn't it make your heart fill with sadness?

Just ... just let it go, Madonna. It's OK. You don't have to stimulate oral sex to be popular. It's all right, really. You can just let all this go. I think we'd all be better for it. You don't have to completely change yourself, you don't have to do anything you don't want to do, but the oral sex thing, for real. That can stop.

Filed Under:  Madonna , Photos
9/19/2014 3:30 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham
Guys, we just have no idea of understanding how difficult LeAnn Rimes' life truly is: just imagine the horror of doing questionable things and then getting called out for them! Seriously, think about what it would be like to be a celebrity for the majority of your life, then to get yourself into some truly trashy drama and have to, like, answer for it. She's faced things we couldn't even dream up in our worst nightmares, and yet she still manages to hop on Twitter, day after day after day, and tell us all about it. Is it to early to ask for sainthood? Because it really shouldn't be.

Poor, poor LeAnn just did a new interview about all her struggles, too! Let's check it out so we can feel bad for her!

On tabloids:

“I don’t think you get used to it, but you find it more humorous as it goes on. The things they make up are hysterical. How they get away with I don’t know. It is tough sometimes, but Eddie and I have really got to where we’re laughing at it. I have a thick skin, but sometimes it’s hard to see lies and stuff about you, so I try to stay away from it as much as possible.”

On her reality show:

"It really has changed things for us I feel. I think people get a whole new perspective on something when they’ve been fed such a one-sided story, and not even our story, for the last five and a half years. We have fun with it. I don’t think we realized we were gonna have that much fun with it. That’s just us. That’s just who we are. It definitely did what we wanted it to do, and that’s showing who we are as just human beings. We’re not these crazy stalker, drug-whatever, pill-popping … (laughs). I’m like, what else has been said? (laughs)” 

And, angel that she is, she tweeted some complaints, too:

If you combine OK! Magazine and The National Enquirer's stories that they're "investigating" this week you get...Eddie doesn't want to have kids with me so he's been cheating on me since April & we're headed for that 50 million dollar divorce we were gonna go through almost a year ago. I'm sure there's aliens involved in it too, but we only get told bits and pieces #nextweekstabloids #there'syourquoteforyourdeadline #bothownedbythesamecompany #synergy #alwaysintheknow #thatwasfun 

Oh honey, how do you even survive?!

Filed Under:  LeAnn Rimes , Interview
9/19/2014 1:30 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham

So you know that thing where Lady Gaga gets kind of OK for a minute before doing something so upsettingly ridiculous, so totally "Gaga" that she ruins it all? It's this cycle she does -- for the past little bit, while she's been promoting her new jazz album, she's been good, she's said some nice things, but now that she's got this new perfume, Eau de Gaga, to promote as well ... just watch the video, guys. Watch it, and you'll see.

Perfume ads are generally dumb, but this one is just beyond that. It's basically "look at my breasts, look how artsy, now purchase my product!" Which granted, isn't anything new, and we honestly shouldn't expect anything else from her, but still, it's just not good. It's annoying, and we don't have to stand for it.

Filed Under:  Lady Gaga
9/19/2014 12:30 PM PDT, by Emily Trainham

Go ahead and take a real deep breath, because you're going to need it to sigh in disappointment and dismay (or pant, you pervs) over Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea in this new music video for Jen's song, "Booty." Because yes, it is that bad.

It's just this: Jennifer Lopez is 45 years old. She's been in the business for nearly 30 years. And that's not saying anything negative about her sex appeal -- she has oodles and oodles of sex appeal, she's almost unbearably gorgeous -- it's just saying that she should know better. She's proven herself to be worth so much more than her hot body, and for her to be twerking all over this video, rubbing her ass all over Iggy Azalea, getting on all fours and gyrating while singing about a "big, big booty" is just sad. It's sad, it's sad, and it shouldn't have happened.

If this is what Jennifer really and truly wants to be doing with her life, well, that's her decision. But she's better than this. And it would be neat if she knew that.

Filed Under:  Jennifer Lopez , Iggy Azalea
9/19/2014 11:30 AM PDT, by Emily Trainham

If you were alive and aware of popular music in the early 2000s, surely you remember t.A.T.u., those seemingly lovable and seemingly in love ladies behind that catchy, awful little song right there, "All The Things She Said." What you probably don't remember though is that one of those ladies, Julia Volkova (the short haired brunette in the music video), was actually a raging homophobe all along! You don't remember because she just revealed her true feelings in this gross new interview.

The interview is in Russian, but according to the translated transcript, she simply would not accept her son if he was gay:

"I would condemn him, because I believe that a real man must be a real man. God created man for procreation, it is the nature. The man for me is the support, the strength of… I won’t accept a gay son."

But of course it would be OK if a daughter of hers was gay, as long as she was cute:

"Two girls together - not the same thing as the two men together. It seems to me that lesbians look aesthetically much nicer than two men holding their hands or kissing."

Hey, but don't make a huge deal of it, all right?

"I want to say that I'm not against gays, I just want my son to be a real man, not a f--. I have many gay friends. I believe that being gay is all still better than murderers, thieves or drug addicts. If you choose out of all this, being gay is a little better than the rest."

See? Being a gay man is "a little better" than being a murderer, she's not totally hateful. Except of course she is, because otherwise how could she even say this stuff? How can these thoughts form in her head and then come out of her mouth if she's not an absolutely horrible person? Answer: they could not.

Maybe one day everyone can stop being this terrible, but tragically, that day is not today.

Filed Under:  t.A.T.u. , Julia Volkova , Interview
9/19/2014 10:30 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor

“Listen, David gave me the two greatest gifts on the planet; I don’t know how I could ever hate him. We’ve always loved each other, and we adore these kids. … I’m not playing stupid—I understand feelings can get hurt and things can get icky. We’ve had our moments like that. But these kids are too important, and he feels the same way, I know it. He’s a good guy.”

--Tea Leoni on her ex-husband -- self-admitted sex addict -- David Duchovny, and their current relationship today. What a wise, wise woman.  

Can there be more exes and more parents like this? Yeah, David's issuesare/were big issues. And it was probably pretty hard for both parties to deal with them, especially considering that they have children together, and those children are going to grow up knowing all the details that there are to know, most of them probably pretty unsavory.

But these two, despite what they've gone through together and on their own, set the example for healthy relationships ... even if they weren't so healthy at one point.