Love her or hate her, there’s no question about it: Kim Kardashian is the undisputed star of her wildly famous family. In fact, I’d even go so far as to say she’s the star of the entire E! Network. And Us Weekly. And Instagram. And the Internet, despite the fact that she failed to break it. People often complain about how overexposed Kim Kardashian….but does that stop them from clicking on stories about her? From following her on Instagram? From hate-watching “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”? Nope. Because if it did, she wouldn’t be so insanely famous. Read more on College Candy…
It’s a sad day for all pun-loving Beyhive members. TMZ reports that Beyonce caught wind of the extremely popular “Feyoncé” merchandise that has been floating around Etsy, and had her lawyers send a strongly worded letter to the online retailer, requesting that the offending items be removed. The mugs are gone, but if you do a quick Etsy search you can still get an awful lot of crap, emblazoned with a pun so horrible it makes my head hurt. Word to the wise: Bey is always, always watching. Stay woke. [TMZ]
In this week’s installment of her newsletter GOOP, Darling Gwyneth would like you to try a thing called “Sex Bark.” No, it’s not a weird noise you make during sex, it is a chocolate bark. A chocolate bark that will cost you at least $93 to make, and which contains a thing called “Sex Dust,” which itself costs $60 for four ounces. Keep reading »
Carrying on the noble work of Hermione Granger, Emma Watson took the world by storm last fall, when she spoke at the UN on behalf of the HeForShe campaign, which pushes for global gender equality. Her second speech for the campaign took place yesterday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, and this time, Watson pushed for more than just attention surrounding gender disparity — she issued a veritable call to arms.
After noting how remarkable it was that the original speech garnered over 11 million views, “sparking 1.2 billion social media conversations,” she announced a plan to launch a program called Impact 10x10x10, explaining that it would focus on “engaging governments, businesses and universities, and having them make concrete commitments to gender equality.” But rather than rest on lofty sounding goals that only focus on macro applications that would hopefully trickle down, Watson went one step further and issued a call to arms, asking people to do the same in their daily lives. Keep reading »
In a twist that shocked absolutely no one, Karl Lagerfeld has announced that Kendall Jenner is the star of his 2015 campaign. Please enjoy this video (after the jump) featuring Kendall speaking in a bleak and near-satanic sounding voice about the joys of bright colors, despite a clear inability to muster joy herself. Come on Kendall, you have a personality on your reality show! I know it exists! Despite the fact that you’re mostly paid to look pretty and not talk, I know you’re capable of speaking in a tone other than the vocal equivalent of dead eyes. [Jezebel] Keep reading »