Too adorable for his own good, Chord Overstreet stopped by for an interview with Ellen DeGeneres yesterday and, during their conversation, revealed that he was wearing the gold undies he rocked in the “Rocky Horror Picture Show” episode of “Glee.” Ellen told him to prove it, at which point he unbuttoned his pants and showed off a pair of yellow undies that read “Ellen ‘s got my tight end covered.” He also explained that Chord isn’t at all a stage name—he’s the third child born to musician parents who chose the name because there are three notes in a chord. Cute. Keep reading »
Every few years, fancy dangly earrings make a comeback. These attention-grabbing earrings can kick jeans and a T-shirt up a notch or add a little something-something to formalwear. So show off your ears and neck with these 10 fancy dangly earrings.
On second thought, maybe that girl I posted about this morning wasn’t being finger-banged by Jesus.
Maybe she was just channeling her spirit animal, this orgasmic cat. Keep reading »
Beginning next week, Walmart will go before the Supreme Court to defend itself in the largest class action sexual discrimination lawsuit in history. Walmart is accused of allegedly paying female employees less and favoring male employees for promotions at its 3,400 big box stores nationwide.
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This movie “Sucker Punch”? Girls who are wrongfully institutionalized becomes sexy warrior princesses with pouty lips and short skirts or something, right? No. Not interested. Wait. Am I supposed to feel empowered by it? In that case, GIRL POWER! I’m so confused. I’m less confused in my feelings about the outfits these ladies wore to the premiere of their new film. Click onward for the good, the bad, and the meh.
Being a stage mom is bad enough. But being a stage mom wielding a needle to give your 8-year-old daughter Botox injections every three months? Well, that is just straight up insane. Beautician Kerry Campbell does this to daughter Britney, a beauty pageant enthusiast, and defends her actions saying she is actually a responsible parent. “What I am doing for Britney now will help her become a star. I know one day she will be a model, actress or singer, and having these treatments now will ensure she stays looking younger and baby-faced for longer,” she says. “More mothers should do it for their daughters… I wish that I’d had the same advantages when I was younger.”
Please, please, please stop the insanity. But it gets worse. Keep reading »