Just what the world doesn't need -- or can handle -- is another Kim Kardashian, but Kylie Jenner (who's all Jenner and no Kardashian) seems to be following in her sister's footsteps to a T. This new look, y'all? We don't like it at all.
Kylie had such a cutting-edge look for most of her adolescence, and it set her apart from her sisters. The Kardashian/Jenners all have some similar features and similar styles, but Kylie was markedly different because she seemed to dance to the beat of her own drum. Now, however, it looks like she's trying to blend in instead of celebrating her differences, whether it's in looks, personality, or style ... and it's not working.
You're 17 years old, Kylie, and surely going to reinvent yourself a dozen times in the next couple of years, but this look? This one you're rocking right now? This one isn't The One, OK? Can we move away from whatever possessed you to do this and head on back to a more comfortable -- and unique -- territory?
No matter how awful of a person you think a celebrity is -- no matter how heinous they act, or how annoying they can be, there's one thing that's certain: death threats are NEVER OK.
After Karrueche Tran made that awful, unacceptable joke about poor little Blue Ivy on BET's "106 & Park," we learned that the joke was added in right before the live show began. People got mad, and that should have been the end, but no.
No, Karrueche is getting far too much hate right now. Here's a message from her Instagram:
Past two days have been extremely draining.. As I geared up for a big day for myself - hosting a live show.. I never expected things to turn out this way.. I apologize to any and everyone who felt offended in any way by the comments made by BET executed through me.. I would never disrespect anyone's child in any way and anyone who knows me knows that I LOVE Beyoncé. My comments have been in complete shambles.. yes I am human too and yes I do make mistakes.. But all this negativity and death wishes are quite a lot.. Definitely a lesson learned from here forth.. Again, on behalf of MYSELF, my sincerest apologies #BeyHive
Now see, this is just sad now. Even if she had known about the Blue Ivy comments beforehand, and even if she wrote the "joke" herself, death threats are completely uncalled for. Like, she could have, god forbid, teased Blue Ivy to her adorable little face about her hair, and yes, that would be so very awful, but death threats? Nope, still unacceptable.
When are people going to learn that just because someone says something you disagree with, that's not a viable reason for them to die?
Kim Kardashian basically looks great no matter what she does. Despite there being a large contingent of folks who want nothing more than to body-shame her for whatever reason, there's no denying the fact that Kim's got a sensual shape -- and she knows how to work her angles.
Verdict: Love it. Of course, we might not think of Kim much in a personal or professional capacity, but we can't deny that we have strong opinions on girl's physical presence, because DANG.
As Miley Cyrus goes into spin cycle for the damage control surrounding the "homeless" kid she plucked "off the street" and seemingly used as a charity prop at this year's VMAs, we begin to wonder: will the 21-year-old ever learn celebrity accountability?
Miley's response to Jesse Helt's criminal history does nothing but detract from the fact that she seemingly grabbed this kid out of nowhere and used him -- used him! -- to aim the focus on her good deed-doin' ways ... but it backfired because as it appears, zero research went into Miley's knee-jerk impulse. From Miley's Twitter:
Does looking down upon the homeless help people excuse their inaction?— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) August 26, 2014
The media never fails to disappoint. You've chosen to go after Jesse instead of covering the issue of youth homelessness :(— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) August 26, 2014
The fact is, Miley's VMA plan seemed to be like the impetuous, ill-considered new pet who nobody's thought far enough ahead to determine who'll be responsible to clean up after it -- despite being loved and wanted, the new pet goes unkempt and unclean. Miley's push for the awareness of the massive social issue that is homelessness is surely a noble push, but it maybe needed a little bit more fine-tuning before just being unleashed. It might have made all the difference in authenticity.
While they obsesses over one homeless mans legal issue lets help the other 1.6 million homeless youth http://t.co/VE6P9yfAVX— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) August 26, 2014
Y'all, this is Courtney Love -- Courtney Love who is 50 years old and looking better than she has ever looked before.
Whatever Courtney's been doing lately -- whether it's yoga or insightful interviews or playing nice with her 22-year-old daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, it's certainly working for her. This is the best Courtney's looked in ... well ... ever, probably, and if this is an indication of what's to come, Courtney's second round of 50 years on this planet might be her finest set yet.
Before we acknowledge how glorious this photo is, we have to first acknowledge the ridiculousness of the society in which we live: two beautiful, talented women worked together to create a song (a remix of a song, if we're being specific) called "Booty." Two actual adult women made a record that has the lyrics "big, big booty, what you got, a big booty" repeating over and over and over. That's absurd, right? We all see that and agree on it?
Good, that way we don't have to think anymore when we look at the cover art for the single, a photo of Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea in swimsuits, showcasing their own big booties. Sure, they look a little greasy, like they might slip and slide all over the place if they were to try to move from these exact poses, but guys ... big, big booties. Apparently we don't have to consider anything else.
Off the cuff, you might think that a "Full House" reboot/reprisal/reunion would be the best thing all decade long, but if you actually sat and consider it for a minute, you'll agree: no oh God, no it's not.
It's been confirmed: John Stamos has announced that "Full House" will undergo a revival, and most of the cast seems to be on board in some way, shape, or form (except for the Olsen twins, because of course not). Even the original producers and writers are said to be returning, and everything is being developed from the ground up on the basis of the original show.
As for why it's not a good idea, come on ... "Full House" was childhood 80's/90's nostalgia magic. "Full House" was the original T.G.I.F. There's no recreating that, and to try in vain will only result in disappointment and letdowns. I mean, we all love ourselves some Uncle Jesse pretty hard, but have you even seen the things he-who's-spearheading-this-whole-thing has been doing lately? Because they involve taking selfies ... naked ones, guys. Naked Uncle Jesse ones.
Do we really want ultra modern naked social media selfies to mar the love we have for a show that practically raised us? No, guys -- the answer is a collective, resounding "no." Please -- let sleeping dogs lie, am I right?