Kim Kardashian is engaged to her boyfriend of six months, Kris Humphries — and announced it in true Kardashian fashion on the cover of People magazine. She said she “didn’t expect” he would propose now and was especially shocked to come home on May 18 and see the words “WILL YOU MARRY ME?” spelled out in rose petals on her bedroom floor. Humphries gifted her a 20.5-carat Lorraine Schwartz engagement ring that, judging by its twinkly-ness on the cover of People, rivals Kate Middleton’s ring in the bling-bling department. The lucky guy even planned out an engagement celebration beforehand with Kardashian mama Kris Jenner, complete with mini-horses covered in glitter. Yes, mini-horses covered in glitter. I, for one, cannot wait to see what Kim and her future hubby come up with for the wedding. I have a sneaking suspicion it may be televised. [People] Keep reading »
“I had an abortion when I was 16. Because that’s what I should have done. Otherwise I would now have a 20-year-old kid. Anyway, those are things that people shouldn’t be dishonest about it … People are too P.C. We need to be focusing on other things. We’re seeking out such grossness in human behavior and want such mindless entertainment. ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ and some of these other shows are more racist. Or ’16 and Pregnant.’ Getting rewarded for being pregnant when you’re a teenager? Are you serious? I mean, that makes me want to kill somebody.”
“The Neverending Story” is still one of my favorite movies of all time. I mean, I have a cat that looks like Falkor the luck dragon and often silently whisper “Atreyu! Atreyu!” in my head. So! When I heard that Australian designer Romance Was Born unveiled a collection inspired by the film during Australian Fashion Week, I had to check it out. After the jump, some beautiful designer garments worthy of the Southern Oracle.
Wendy Williams, host of GSN’s new show, “Love Triangle,” holds what might be a kind of controversial opinion about celeb couple Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore. Though she thinks they make a nice couple, she wishes Demi hadn’t married Ashton because, at the end of the day, she won’t be able to give him children of his own. Now, I am pretty sure Wendy does not have a second job as Demi’s OB-GYN, so I’m going to take her assessment of Demi’s current reproductive capabilities with a grain of salt. I also am pretty sure she doesn’t hold a third job as the couple’s marriage counselor and is thus privy to their discussions — or lack thereof — about having a baby. And I don’t think it’s fair for her to assume that just because Ashton is from the midwest, he must want to procreate. All that being said, Wendy’s judgments about the seemingly happy couple do bring up a subject that us lesser famous folks can discuss — would you commit to someone who didn’t share your views on having kids?