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Love, hate, or admire them. The Frisky is serving up the latest celebrity photos, quotes, gossip, beauty, and style on the celebrities you just can’t get enough of.

Beyonce, Jay Z & Blue Ivy Take A Private Tour Of The Louvre

The Louvre in Paris is on the most amazing museums in the world, but it can be a total crowded shitshow to visit. Unless, of course, your Beyonce, Jay Z and Blue Ivy, in which case you get to take a private tour and take selfies with the Mona Lisa for as long as you please. Click through for more pics… [Pop Sugar]

The Tao Of Kim Kardashian

The Tao Of Kim Kardashian

Say what you want about Kim Kardashian; she’s brainless or talentless or a complete marketing genius. Whether you love her or hate her, she’s tapped into the zeitgeist in a way that no one else has in recent years. But I’m less concerned with why we’re so fascinated with her–she’s rich, she has drama, she’s hot– and more interested in how oddly prolific Kim can inadvertently be. Whether it’s something she happens to say to Oprah or simply the way she conducts her life, there’s no doubt that Kim has a certain confidence and je ne sais quoi that we could all stand to learn from. Here are a few of the lessons I’ve learned from Kimmy. Keep reading »

Is Cameron Diaz Engaged To Benji Madden?

  • Cameron Diaz may or may not be engaged to Benji Madden. She’s been spotted wearing a fancy ring. Thoughts? [PopSugar]
  • An email from Stephen Collins’ ex-wife reveals that one of the girls he molested was the couple’s then-12-year-old babysitter. This story is getting more horrific by the day. [Gawker]
  • The family of Thomas Eric Duncan, who died of ebola in Texas on Wednesday, is calling for an investigation into the hospital that treated him. Duncan was turned away the first time he went to the ER and was not admitted until days later, and many have wondered if this had to do with his race or his insurance status. His nephew told MSNBC, “He is a poor black man. I believe [the hospital] didn’t believe he deserved the care that everyone else should get.” Tragically, Duncan had come to the US from Liberia less than three weeks ago to marry his girlfriend. [New York Post]

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Gwyneth Paltrow Really Needs To Chill Out With This “I’m A Working Mom” Stuff

Last night, Gwyneth Paltrow hosted a Democratic National Committee fundraiser at her LA home with a guest list that included President Obama, and announced that the issue of equal pay is “very important to me as a working mother.” Here we go again. (She also told Obama that night that he’s “so handsome I can’t speak properly,” but that’s a whole different kind of facepalm for another day). Paltrow, a mother of two who makes $19 million a year being a movie star and “running” GOOP, sees herself as a martyr for the masses of working moms because she seems to believe that her ultra-comfy lifestyle is a prime example of the typical life of a working mother. While I think it’s a great thing that a Hollywood star is attempting to use their influence to advocate for women (and I think she really does have good intentions), her efforts are completely off base. Again.

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Annie Lennox Calls Beyoncé’s Feminism “Tokenistic”

In an interview with Pride Source magazine, Annie Lennox said that Beyoncé’s feminism is “tokenistic” and not genuine, going on to say the following about the recent rash of celebrities who are declaring themselves feminists:

“I’d like to sit down (with her). I think I’d like to sit down with quite a few artists and talk to them. I’d like to listen to them; I’d like to hear what they truly think.

I see a lot of it as them taking the word hostage and using it to promote themselves, but I don’t think they necessarily represent wholeheartedly the depths of feminism — no, I don’t. I think for many it’s very convenient and it looks great and it looks radical, but I have some issues with it. I have issues with it. Of course I do. I think it’s a cheap shot.”

This reads to me a lot like Mommy Feminist wanting to have a sit-down with widdle ignorant baby faux-feminist, no? What is “the depths of feminism”? Why is Annie Lennox’s feminism deeper than Beyoncé’s? Keep reading »

Mommie Dearest: Some Thoughts For Blake Lively On “Preserving” Her Pregnancy

Mommie Dearest: Some Thoughts For Blake Lively On "Preserving" Her Pregnancy

If you haven’t heard already, let me be the one to fill you in: Blake Lively is pregnant! Lively, an actress and Martha Stewart wannabe (without the jail time, one hopes), announced her pregnancy via her lifestyle website Preserve. I’m actually fairly surprised that no media outlet hasn’t jumped all over writing “Will Blake Lively be able to ‘Preserve’ her body post-baby?” but sadly, such double entendre headlines are most likely around the corner.

Preserve serves up a wistful, dreamy, fanciful, and 99 percent unattainable aesthetic, unless you happen to have an extra $150 to spend on pants that look like an upside down sweatshirt or want to drop $65 on something that looks like it was made by my 2nd grade son. And, I have a sneaking suspicion that all things pregnancy will be treated similarly. But here’s the thing: pregnancy isn’t all that dreamy and fanciful. Sure, you can take some heavily filtered but no less gorgeous photos of you cupping the new life inside of you with the sun shining down, but that’s not really representative of pregnancy as a whole. And when you think about it, I can understand why. Nobody wants to talk about the not-so-perfect parts of pregnancy. Nobody wants to talk about the icky, weird, or strange parts. Nobody wants to preserve those parts. But, just in case, I’ll share a few so we can get a balanced look at what pregnancy is really like. Keep reading »

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