Miley Cyrus slammed weight critics this week on Twitter – but she’s hardly the first female star to face criticism over her body in public.
“I LOVE being shaped like a WOMAN & trust me ladies your man won’t mind either,” Miley said to all the haters who bashed her for having a fuller face (but still looking healthy, happy and, in our opinion, beautiful) in recent photos.
The young star is only the latest in a long line of women who have hit back at the critics head-on. Demi Lovato, Adele, Jessica Simpson and more — see who else has battled with haters. Read more…
“I think it’s all about working on the relationship and making it better … when it’s good. Don’t wait for a problem to work on things. The goal is not to get into a relationship; the goal is to be in a relationship.”
– Ashton Kutcher shares the best relationship advice he ever received in the December issue of Women’s Health. Well, that’s awkward now that he and Demi are dunzo. I wonder if that was what he was doing that night with Sara Leal, “working on his relationship.” Okay, that was harsh. Look, I was all for Ashton and Demi having an open marriage, if that was indeed their arrangement, but the fellow is just slippery. I normally don’t care what celebrities do in the bedroom, but the transcript of his alleged night with Leal made me feel like I needed to take a shower. I can only imagine how his wife felt reading it. But I thank him for his relationship advice — it’s just good if you actually follow it. [Huffington Post]
A ton of major celebrity news stories broke this week. Demi Moore finally admitted she was giving Ashton Kutcher the boot! Justin Bieber is no one’s baby daddy! A nation was robbed of a rightful Sexiest Man Alive! But what was the scoop of the week? Vote for your pick after the jump… Keep reading »
It’s been 30 years since movie star Natalie Wood (“West Side Story,” “Miracle on 34th Street,” “Rebel Without A Cause”) allegedly drowned during a yacht party. This morning, the captain of the Splendour (the boat she was on) appeared on the “The Today Show” to talk about what he says really happened that evening. In his co-authored book, Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour, Captain Dennis Davern claims it was her husband, Robert Wagner, who was responsible for Natalie’s death. Keep reading »