Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
I first fell in love with Emily Blunt when she appeared in “The Devil Wears Prada.” Maybe it was her British accent, the way she wore the top designers, or her acting skills? But one thing’s for sure — I can’t get enough of Emily, who quite possibly has one of the best names ever. She might even be the reason I see “Gulliver’s Travels.” Um, who am I kidding, I’d much rather just check out Emily’s best looks than see anything starring Jack Black.
Taylor Momsen should have paid better attention in world history class at Constance. Last week, while playing a show in Glasgow, Scotland, Taylor got riled up and yelled at the crowd,”This is the craziest crowd in the whole of England.” At which point the crowd started booing because, well, you’ve seen “Braveheart.” [People]
After the jump, more celebrities who need remedial geography.
Here’s one year-end list we’d never want to be on. The Boston Public Health Commission ranked the top 10 worst relationship songs released this year; songs were ranked by the unhealthy messages they sent listeners about relationships and violence against women. At the top of the list? Usher, whose tracks “Lil Freak” and “Hot Tottie” occupied the number one and two spots.
Songs are scored based on their portrayal of relationships, sex, manipulation and disrespect. Songs are ranked by a panel of 100 teens, who, said director Casey Corcoran, “see which ones endorse a healthy or unhealthy relationships.”
Songs were NOT scored based on the reputation of the artists themselves (which is why Usher tops the list and not Chris Brown). Check out the rest of the list after the jump. Keep reading »
It’s about time! MTV will air a special called “No Easy Decision” in which Markai Durham, a teen on the latest season of “16 And Pregnant,” has an abortion. As first reported by Crushable, Markai got pregnant by her boyfriend James shortly after giving birth to baby Za’karia and decided to end the pregnancy. The special will air on December 28.
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I’ve watched my fair share of pornography on the internet and it’s pretty obvious that most of it is made for dudes. Before nudity even occurs, I’m already turned off by the tacky costuming, bad story lines, lack of chemistry, and obviously unwashed stars. I’m a stickler for details. That’s why I’m glad to hear that there’s a lesbian pornographer who actually cares about these things. Jincey Lumpkin (best name ever) went from being a high paid lawyer for the fashion industry to founding Juicy Pink Box, a lesbian porn company. And the Daily Beast is calling her the “Hugh Hefner of Lesbian Porn.” Keep reading »