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Hey, real quick before we talk about this new photo of Kylie Jenner, let's have this totally unrelated discussion: you know how sometimes when people "have lip events," their lips get so big that they can't even close their mouths properly? We've seen it time and time again in ladies like Courtney Stodden and Farrah Abraham, they somehow lose track of how lips are supposed to look, and they plump them up so much that their lips end up losing that important ability to touch each other. It's a strange look, but, sadly, it's a familiar one. Weird, huh?
Anyway, back to Kylie here already! Gee, her lip lining ability sure is improving by the day, isn't it? Looking good, girl! Or whatever!
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10/30/2014 7:00 AM PDT
Wendy Williams has always been kind of borderline obnoxious, but now she's come across as flat-out hateful, and if her on-air sentiments reflect the true person within, then she's an ignorant jackass, too.
On yesterday's show, she chastised Bruce Jenner for publicly wearing red nail polish, saying, "Thank God he waited for his kids to grow up before making this transition or whatever it is he's going through. Can you imagine how awful it would be for those kids if he showed up with a blowout, a shaved Adam's apple, pink nail polish, and smoking a cigarette at a PTA meeting? Could you imagine?"
Naturally, people freaked out, because what kind of idiot -- aside from the idiots in the gallery below -- would say such a thing ... would make such baseless assumptions about someone's sexuality "or whatever," and presume things about a person's children, too?
A representative for GLAAD said, in response to Wendy's disgusting comments, "To suggest that a person's nail polish color or hairstyle would inflict harm on their children is just ludicrous. What does inflict harm, however, is gross and invasive speculation about a person's gender identity.”
Ugh. We couldn't have said it better ourselves.
How does this woman still have a leg to even stand on?
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10/30/2014 6:00 AM PDT
"Yeah, she looks a little bit different, but in comparison to what? I don't think it's that drastic, she looks like a 45-year-old healthy Renee Zellweger, she's not 35 anymore, she's had Botox probably. ... I don't look at that picture and say 'Who is that?' I look at that picture and I would say 'Oh that's Renee'. Obviously I've known her a long time, but nothing about that picture makes me go 'Oh my god, what has she done?' I think she looks like a beautiful 45-year-old woman, I think she looks younger than 45, because she's always looked younger but I don't think she looks drastically younger and that some type of surgery has done that. I think it's people being hyper-critical."
--Renee Zellweger's high school boyfriend, Rhett Baker, on what he suspects she's had done, and wow ... before you get all mad that he's insinuating that she may or may not have had Botox treatments (or other things), did you hear what he said after all that? You didn't tune right out after "Botox," like I almost did, did you? Because if you did, we both might have made the mistake of missing a very valid point: yeah, maybe we are being hyper-critical ... but it's not in a mean way.
Also, that bit about "she looks a little bit different, but in comparison to what" -- it's a fair point, Rhett. Fair point.
All of Rhett's sense, however, doesn't change the fact that Renee does look drastically different at 45 than she did at, say, 35, but it does make us realize that hey -- if ex-boyfriends can just get past the wonderment of it, so can we.
We love you no matter what you look like, Renee, OK?
10/30/2014 5:00 AM PDT
This is an actual photo of Kim Kardashian, and while it's not as extreme as others who are into tight-lacing or waist training, it's a little concerning, because Kim's got killer curves already -- how far does she really wanna go, you know?
She shared the pic on her IG page, saying, "I'm really obsessed with waist training," and used the hashtag #whatsawaist. ... Whatever that means.
You're always looking pretty good, Kim, but do you really want a teeny, tiny 16-inch waist? Because if you do, this is what you've got to look forward to, girl:
10/30/2014 4:00 AM PDT
The above shows Miley Cyrus being a characteristic hot mess, while her mom, Tish Cyrus, apparently took the high road and covered her damn self up ... but it's got nothing to do with age, because as you can see, Tish outclasses her daughter -- who's more than half her age -- without even a second thought.
This is what Miley actually wore to the 2014 amfAR Inspiration Gala, a charity benefit for AIDS research, held in Los Angeles last night.
Needless to say, it was not a good look for Miley. We're used to her ridiculous on-stage antics and bawdy getups, but taking it to the streets in a public setting where you have to, you know, encounter other folks, is a horse of another color.
For comparison, here's what Rihanna -- who's positively demure when compared to Miley -- looked like at the gala:
Now -- the most important question you'll ever answer about Miley (besides, you know, the obvious "WHY"):
10/29/2014 10:30 AM PDT
And just to be clear, Kaia Gerber is 13 years old ... while Kylie Jenner is 17. You have to be a pretty powerful young lady with a good head on her shoulders to out-class Kylie Jenner, but Cindy Crawford's doppelganger daughter -- who's experimenting with forays into the modeling world -- does it with two hands tied behind her back.
Kaia is obviously a beautiful young woman, and it's refreshing to see that she's, you know, covered up and dressed as young adolescent should be. Maybe somebody's been taking pointers from the also awesome Bindi Irwin, or maybe just following the guidance of a woman who's been there, done that.
Way to go Cindy -- hopefully Kaia stays on the right path and makes us all proud!
10/29/2014 8:30 AM PDT
Oh guys ... the piteousness that comes along with the viewing with this video is a sad side effect, but the actual watching is necessary, trust. Kim Kardashian flounders to explain Kylie Jenner's massive lips, and you won't believe how she tries to evade the question, and how the answer actually ends up coming out.
Kim ... we love you. We really do. But there's just nobody telling us that this effect is achieved by some non-descript lipliner that is just that hard to formulate words about: