The Academy Awards are this Sunday, and we’ll definitely be watching. To make it more exciting — and because the ceremony is usually at a minimum four hours long — we’ve created a handy drinking game to make the Oscar festivities more fun, and more drunk-y than usual. Click after the jump for all rules and regulations!
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This clip is all kinds of ew. Via the Women’s Media Center on February 20th, the Fox 5 San Diego sports reporter Ross Shimabuku called race car driver Danica Patrick a “bitch” in a spot that was apparently about how “sexy” she is — and how ungrateful she is when reporters ask her about it. Ahh, a one-two obnoxiousness punch! Keep reading »
Huh? That’s really all I can say after watching Kristin Chenoweth’s recent appearance on Letterman. Let me get this straight: She’s wearing sunglasses because she got eyelash extensions, but had an allergic reaction to the formaldehyde in the glue and now she has lips for eyelids (otherwise known as “slutty eyes”) and just needs a rat on her eyelids? And it just gets worse from there. A shout out to the Asian community? Anti-terrorism glue? A Purell and Vick’s Vapor Rub mask? Neck brace? Find the earring? Is it possible that the formaldehyde is also affecting her ability to make sense of reality? Help me understand what’s happening here, please. [Buzzfeed]
Bike shorts. Neon. A kooky ballerina. Headdresses. Fringe. To the stars attending Sunday’s Academy Awards, let these 20 worst Oscar looks ever guide you towards what NOT to do when dressing for your big red carpet moment.
With Chris Brown and Rihanna releasing two remixes together and rumors of them seeing each other flying, it’s understandable to feel disappointed in Rihanna. It’s hard watching anyone step into such an obvious trap, especially when she’s been warned repeatedly of how dangerous it is. Add to that the fear that Rihanna’s choice to forgive Brown sends a signal to young fans that domestic violence is no big deal, and you have more than enough justifications to be upset with Rihanna.
But if you sincerely want to reduce the incidence of domestic violence in our society, I beg you to refrain from judging her. Strange as it may sound, judging women who return to their abusers only makes the problem worse. Keep reading »