That's Farrah Abraham on the right, and also Farrah Abraham on the left if you can believe it -- or if, you know, you left your glasses on the nightstand this morning by accident. It's true: Farrah Abraham's face is slowly deteriorating, and her gradual (yet ultimately noticeable) morph into Kim Kardashian is almost complete.
The pic on the left is from a production by photographer J Anthony, who photographed Farrah for a motorcycle-themed shoot back in 2011. We received the photos earlier this week and were staggered by the comparison over 3 short years. (You are too, don't lie.)
While some people might be keen to indicate that Farrah's appearance is due to the fact that she was around 19 years old when the photo on the left was taken, and is now 22, age doesn't impact your face that significantly -- or that quickly -- in 3 years.
Note to Farrah -- if you want to keep your stellar cry face stellar, you better quit messing with your mug.
See that photo there? It's almost as bad as Miley Cyrus' dildo pictures, but in an entirely different way: see, Miley performed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin last night, and instead of just owning the fact that she decided to PUSH MOAR BOUNDARIES by appearing onstage wearing literally nothing but her actual panties and bra, she tried to play it off like it was this big, serendipitous accident wherein she was a victim. A victim, friends.
not a new outfit for 23 😁😁😁 I didn't make my quick change and I couldn't not come out for the song so I just had to run out in my undies :(— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) March 10, 2014
Never happened to me before. But I love my fans as much as they love me! I couldn't miss 23 ❤️— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) March 10, 2014
Oh, as if, girl. As if. Do you seriously expect us to buy this huge lot of fake sentiments about missing a song cue because the technical side of your concert wasn't playing out the way it should have? Please. If you're going to push the envelope further down our throats and up our backsides, let's at least try a little bit harder to come off like you didn't totally know what you were doing the whole entire time.
Show must go on :(— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) March 10, 2014
Bottom line, how much more self-indulgence can we take? Oh, what's that? More? Oh, OK, super:
Case in point:
The moral of the story? Miley's antics aren't cute, funny, impulsive, or even sexy -- they're embarrassing, premeditated, unsurprising, and unsurprisingly unattractive. This girl is becoming one big try-hard, and there's nothing attractive about that.
You know what's not funny? Well, lots of things, but the main thing in question here right now are eating disorders. They're most definitely not funny, and the only thing less funny than an eating disorder is someone -- who formerly suffered from an eating disorder, mind you -- joking about eating disorders when they're apparently not intelligent enough to realize that there are others out there to whom eating disorders are not a joke ... especially those still suffering from one.
The photo up top belongs to a girl named Chloe Lattanzi, who is Olivia Newton-John's daughter. Chloe herself suffered from anorexia when she was younger -- she's 28 years old now -- and has never been shy about discussing her illnesses in a public forum. Chloe admitted to checking into her first clinic to treat anorexia when she was 18, and then again last year for substance abuse.
Chloe, however, exercised some pretty poor judgement when posting this photo over the last few days, because the caption read "Taken [sic] a quick lunch break. Diet water and some lettuce! Just kidding."
Does Chloe not realize that such a comment, while obviously reflecting poorly on Chloe herself, could negatively impact those who currently suffer from eating disorders, if they agree that her statement is a rational one? Or worse, the same folks taking the comment in a mocking context, it smashing any remaining bit of self-worth and esteem to dust?
Somebody who professes to be well and smart enough to dole out life advice should be a little bit more careful than this, because her insensitive, callous comments are reckless and hypocritical at best. This kind of stuff should not be happening at this stage in the game.
Let's hope for Chloe's sake that she really is joking, and that she's remorseful and aware enough to realize that she could have potentially done some serious damage with that caption.
"What do you mean you’re not talking about 'Ellen together', is there something wrong with lesbians?"
--The lovely 17-year-old Lorde on her close friendship with Taylor Swift, and on the notion that she and Taylor are lesbian lovers.
Lorde was asked by a radio interviewer if she and Taylor were "together," but not together as in "lesbians," though it sure seemed that the way the DJ phrased the question was a leading one. When Lorde responded with her quip about nothing being wrong with lesbians, the interviewer fired back, "Oh my god no, I would love that! Are you going to confirm now you’re in a lesbian relationship with her?"
See, here's the thing wrong with this: the interviewer asking the questions was not only entirely out of place for even insinuating such a thing, because Lorde is still just 17 years old, but also wrong because Lorde is right -- what big deal would it be if Lorde was a lesbian, or even if it were Taylor Swift? Why is the subject of one's sexuality still such a controversial -- and inappropriately public -- idea to behold? Why does everyone think that their neighbor's sexuality is such a necessary concept of personal knowledge, or why it even matters?
Get over it, friends. If someone wants to admit to being a lesbian -- or not -- it's their decision, and any attempts at manipulating a person into commenting on something that they are (or are not) is massively wrong.
Damned if you do, damned if you don't.
This is Kim Kardashian "without makeup," and I think it's pretty safe to say that since "pregnancy" or "fame," that her face is never going to be the same. Kim Kardashian's face looks like Kim Kardashian's face even without all of the contouring makeup and shading and bronzer and lip liner and fake eyelashes, and while that might be a positive thing for someone like, say, Lena Dunham, it's not all that positive when we're talking about Kim Kardashian, because obvious.
You're heading down a path of self-destruction, Kim -- you might think it's pretty, but the rest of us think it's pretty scary.
Jared Leto has been seeming mighty adorable for the past few weeks, doing cute Instagram videos, being sweet to his mom, winning Oscars and all that. But now, in what could be the most tragic turn of events ever, Jared is acting a little bit douchey. Here, just check out this thing he said about Jennifer Lawrence falling at the Oscars:
"You know, I'm starting to wonder if this is a bit of an act."
And this thing he said about Jennifer Lawrence calling him out for laughing when she was presenting the Best Actor award:
"She said, 'What are you laughing at?' But what she didn't know was that Ellen [DeGeneres] was on the side…making, pantomiming [motions like], 'Don't fall, don't fall!', and my mom and brother are all cracking up. I guess we don't have manners. You can take them out of Louisiana, but you can't take the Louisiana out of them, right?"
Why does this have to happen, Jared? Why?! Why couldn't you remain perfect and beautiful like you were before? Why did you have to hop aboard the Jennifer Lawrence hate train? Please just stop and go back to the way things were. Please.
Oh hey, friends, what's going on with you tonight? Not a lot? Well, then look at this photo of JWoww as a little girl and spend your whole night weeping from all the cute! Doesn't that sound like fun?! Of course it does! Hooray!
No, guys, this is seriously the whole story here. JWoww posted this photo of herself yesterday, for that Throwback Thursday business, and said that a lot of people had been telling her that she looked like the equally adorable Boo from "Monsters Inc.", and she wanted to know what you think of that. And we think OH MY GOSH HOW DID YOU EVER GET TO BE SO DAMN CUTE?!
Hope you love this as much as we do. Because we love it A LOT.
You all should know by now that we have nothing but the warmest and fuzziest feelings for our dear, dear Courtney Stodden, but let's be real: this is ridiculous, even for her. She's always been into showing off her cleavage, but this dress looks like it was made for a girl a few dozen cup sizes smaller than Courtney. She's always been into plump lips, too, but again, this is just way too much. This looks downright dangerous, and not in a fun, sexy way, in a "someone's going to lose an eye" way.
Verdict: leave it. Love Courtney forever and all, but leave this forever.