“I am the greatest female rapper, and it’s humbling because the people make you that. I wanna let the Hip Hop culture know I take this serious. I know now they will never be able to dispute my skill ... There’s a real thin line between genius and crazy. Sometimes I’ll ask people, ‘What’s wrong with me?'”
--Nicki Minaj discusses how unbelievably great Nicki Minaj is, fails to mention how terribly annoying she is as well.
Listen, no one's denying that Nicki is a good rapper, or even a great rapper, but for her to come out and just say "I am the greatest female rapper," she has to understand how ridiculous that sounds. And for her to add that it's "humbling" right after, and to allude that she's a genius right after that? What is wrong with her? I mean, besides the massive killer ego?
Hey, quick question, was anyone aware that Orlando Bloom has secretly been a giant weirdo this whole entire time that we've been admiring his luscious blonde locks and his delicate features in the "Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" movies? Because judging by this little interview he did with Conan O'Brien, he's been a major giant weirdo. Like, in a very real way.
Porn, you guys. He wants to do a "Lord of the Rings" porn. He has all these creepy little ideas about how the elves in "Lord of the Rings" have tantric sex, and he even brings Evangeline Lilly into it. He's revealing a lot about himself with this video, that's all. And every last bit of it is downright terrifying.
Could you imagine LeAnn Rimes on "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" fighting it out alongside Brandi Glanville? It'd be pretty epic even by "Housewives" standards ... but that's just what Brandi's instigating to happen, and even Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live" is pretty intrigued.
During an interview where Brandi turns the tables on Cohen, she asks him about Joanna Krupa's allegedly odorous reproductive region, talked about sex with Eddie Cibrian (stating that he's awesome in bed, and well-hung, and has had a "lot" of practice), and that's where LeAnn came in. Or hopefully comes in. This would absolutely be must-see TV, right?
"I have a hard time sleeping. Sleep is a tough one for me. My brain, the committee in my head, if I wake up at three in the morning I just start having conversations and they won't shut up and then I can't get back to sleep. I do have three animals and a human being in the bed, so there are all these distractions. ... I got an app on my phone that allows you to sort of track your sleep rhythms, like how deep you go. I don't really quiet ever get into the deep, deep, deep sleep. ... Am I going to die young?! ... It's interesting when you stop exercising [like I did for my role in "Cake"]. It really was interesting how my serotonin levels went down. My stamina was shot. I was cranky. I was irritable. I'm usually really not any of those things. I just found myself short. I was hungry like crazy. Then, you realize exercise is just so important to our soul. Not just being able to fit into skinny jeans, just your state of mind, your soul, all of that."
--Jennifer Aniston being relatable, and isn't that some pretty refreshing honestly coming from the golden girl herself?
Aniston talked to Dr. Oz this week about her sleeping patterns, and what happened to her health when she "let herself go" during the filming of the movie, "Cake," where she played a pain pill-addicted patient, and pssh. If we could all let ourselves "go" like Jennifer did, could you imagine what life would be like.
Here's a pic of her from on-set, by the way:
Some ladies have all the luck (and all the smarts, too), and Jennifer Aniston has almost always been one of them.
This is going to hurt, friends, quite a bit, actually, but in the best way possible: it's a very special little Christmas video that Neil Patrick Harris shared with us all! In it, you can see his two precious little children decorating their tree and singing Christmas carols, and it'll just melt your heart. Even if you're a big ol' Scrooge who thinks she doesn't even have a heart when it comes to the holidays, this video will make you grow a heart, nurture it so tenderly, and then melt it. It's that great.
Hope you love it!
"I'm trying to figure that out right now [if people are born gay], I really am. Since the controversy and since I know all these people and if the thought is, ‘I'm born this way,' I don't know. I'm trying to figure out myself though the passages. Because I always have to look through the Scriptures to see what's there and then I put it up against people, put my time in, so I've spent time with people. I'm not the judge. God's gonna be the judge. So it's not my job to convince people to change their lives. It's really through Jesus—if I introduce them to Jesus, he'll do that. All I can do on the surface is love people, accept people, be kind and be respectful to people and I think as a family that's what we do."
--Willie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" infamy ponders whether or not people are born gay or if they choose to be gay, proves yet again why this entire family needs to just go away.
It's just that, Willie, buddy, why would someone choose to be gay and be subjected to people like your family? Why would someone want that? Wouldn't it make more sense that certain things just are the way they are? And while it's great that you have your beliefs and that you feel like those beliefs help you, it's not the end-all and be-all for everyone in the world. So if you really want to love and accept everyone, why not just leave it at that? And, just as a quick little tip, don't compare homosexuality to bestiality, OK? That'll put you on the right path already.
To be perfectly honest, we have done nothing all, not in our whole entire lives, to deserve this gift that Hugh Jackman is giving us. It's just not possible: after all, this is a video of Hugh doing squats, filmed from the back, and seeing as how we are mere mortals, we just couldn't have done any act great enough to get this kind of reward. But Hugh Jackman, bless him, is kind and generous, and so here we are. Beholding his backside in all its muscly glory.
It really is the most wonderful time of the year, y'all.
There's a question that we've been wondering about for quite some time now, but we've just been too afraid to ask: is French Montana going to haunt the Kardashian family, and in turn, all of us, for the rest of his life? As far as we've heard, he's dated Khloe Kardashian two times now, and they've broken up two times, and yet he's still hanging around, being creepy and weird and just all bad things. Will it ever end? We will ever be free from this?
We're just asking because Scott Disick shared a little card that French sent him and Kourtney Kardashian to "congradulate" them on the birth of their new baby. It's a sweet little sentiment or whatever, but notice how he writes that he wishes he "could have named him Haann or Daddy." Clearly that's some inside joke that we don't get, but pair that with the way he signed the card -- Uncle Frenchy, ugh -- and he sounds pretty damn presumptuous, doesn't he? Like he seems to think he automatically has a sizable part in this little baby's life. Weird, right? But that's just what French Montana does.
So one of two things need to happen here. Either Khloe needs to let this guy go for good, or if she has already, he needs to get a clue. Because whatever this uncomfortableness is, it's not working. Not even a little bit. Not even at all.