8/29/2016 3:00 PM PDT
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He's critiquing Beyonce like she actually rules the world. Anybody could make that mistake, but ... this is too much.

Okay, so Beyonce performed at the VMAs because how could she not, and she featured a visual tribute to black Americans killed by police officers. We've talked about this before -- everybody's talked about this before. There are alarmingly racist elements in our society, so of course some of those trickle into our police forces. Add to that a mentality of solidarity among law enforcement and prosecutors, and you've got a problem and a lot of grieving families.

In the bizarroverse that is Fox News, of course, Beyonce's tribute is somehow part of the "War On Cops," even though fewer police officers are killed now than in decades past. Like, we don't like hearing people call police "pigs" or other immature stuff, but calling it a "war" is way too much. But these are the folks who think that there's a "War On Christmas," so what did we expect?

They asked none other than Rudy Giuliani about Beyonce's performance, and oh boy. If you skip to about the 5-minute mark, you can avoid hearing about campaign strategies and get right to his bizarre opinions:
7/26/2016 6:00 PM PDT


Remember this music video? Not gonna be at the VMAs. Remember the slightly controversial but cinematographically gorgeous "Wildest Dreams" video? Also not in the running.

Admittedly, the VMAs just haven't been the same since 2009. They might never be again, even though it feels like we've come full circle. That was the first VMA performance after we and everybody we knew were on Twitter, for one thing. The world shared in that singular experience for the first time. That left some pretty big shoes to fill.

But MTV tries its hardest to be hip, and you know what's so in right now? Dissing Taylor Swift. In this case, totally snubbing her and her music videos.

You know what might be an even bigger insult aimed at Taylor, though? The list of folks who have been nominated:
7/21/2016 4:00 AM PDT
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... This is, by far, the most adorable.

Seems like Blue Ivy was this tiny, elusive little baby and now she's this tiny, elusive little girl who's got the best of both parents' worlds in her face -- she's positively adorable, and if you can believe it, already 4 years old and looking so much bigger. This is gonna be one tall young woman. Check the rare pic out:
7/14/2016 6:00 PM PDT


That's so ... heavy, you know? You probably recognized a good number of those cases just from the descriptions, but hearing them all in a sequence is such a crushing experience. That celebrities like Rihanna and Beyonce were involved just means that the video will get amplified that much more, which can only be a good thing.

And they're not all cases that can just be chalked up to a random police officer being super racist and paranoid -- it would be easier if they could. A guy holding a fake gun in a Walmart (where they usually sell actual guns, by the way) would probably never have been shot if some racist hadn't called the police. The same is true of Tamir Rice, who was just playing in a park but somebody called the police, so an officer arrived expecting to find a kid with a gun. Because the problem with racism is that it's systemic, involving so many people to varying degrees. But this video aims to get people to change as much about the world as they can.

The video was released Wednesday, on the anniversary of that monster George Zimmerman's acquittal.

There's just one big -- huge -- problem with the video's goal. ...
5/21/2016 7:00 AM PDT
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Okay, it's not that stealing Beyonce's look for prom doesn't make you look amazing, but ... we're just not getting why this is such a huge deal.

We don't want to rain over this girl's parade, but ... this isn't quite the feat that everybody seems to think that it is.

Like, maybe just seeing the photos of this high school girl's prom dress will dazzle you, too:
5/20/2016 3:00 PM PDT


You know how they say that the key to success is to have fun and be yourself? We know that this will shock you, but Kendra Wilkinson's approach is a little different.

Mostly because she's a rage monster and she doesn't seem to ever enjoy doing anything, ever. But, hey, at least she's being herself ... her deeply unlikable self.

So Kendra's song (which is out today, so brace yourselves) is "Lost In Space," which would lead any normal person to think of the famous television series by the same name. And no, Kendra isn't too young to have heard of it. The show played in syndication during the '90s. There was a damn movie version with Matt LeBlanc, like, 18 years ago.

But no -- Kendra thought that the most obvious video concept for her song is "cheesy." And it might be, but ... what did she expect? This girl really thought she was gonna somehow get magically catapulted to Beyonce levels of stardom. So, like, we can all add delusions of grandeur to our mental lists of Kendra's various issues.

Despite Hank Baskett's attempts to calm her fury, she's unconvinced. And that doesn't really change even when we see her in costume:
5/19/2016 3:00 PM PDT
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When your "theory" involves the Illuminati and demons, it might be time to seriously get some long-overdue help.

Tila Tequila's taking aim at Beyonce ... basically because Beyonce's a hot topic of conversation, and Tila Tequila can't not attract negative attention. Remember when she chimed in that she, too, believes that the Earth is flat?

When you're basically best known for having repeatedly made statements that praise one of the biggest monsters in human history, people aren't exactly surprised when you go after a popular singer, right?

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Now, that's actually relatively mild for Tila Tequila. In reality, Beyonce's just being Beyonce -- she's not trying to be "hood" or anything else in particular. No, Tila isn't somehow more "hood" for living in Houston (seriously? Houston?). And yes, it is absurd for an Asian woman to refer to herself as a "white nationalist," though it's still as disgusting as it is when anyone refers to themselves as white nationalists.

But she's Tila Tequila, and she'll hold whatever horrible view she thinks will get just the right reaction.

She then elaborated on her thoughts about Beyonce. And it's WAY out there:
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