And so, the sun sets on another Hollywood love story. Reps for both Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth confirmed to People Magazine today that the couple, who met in 2010 on the set of The Last Song, have split.
The dishy 23-year-old Australian popped the question to Cyrus, 20, in May 2012. Read more at Celebuzz…
Why? I don’t know. But it cannot be unseen. Happy Monday! [Deadspin]
Rihanna was bored – so bored and sooooo faded – with everything at the MTV VMAs, especially Miley Cyrus’ twerkfest with Robin Thicke. For every sad booty pop, Ri had one less fuck to give. So I don’t know why I am so convinced that when Rihanna was photographed in London today — sticking out her tongue and thrusting her purse from her crotch like a dick — she was doing her impression of Miley. Or maybe she’s just being RiRi. [Photos: Fame/Flynet]
There isn’t much Miley Cyrus could do to shock people at this point, but she certainly gives her best effort in the just released video for her song “Wrecking Ball.” Directed by pervtographer Terry Richardson, the video features a naked Miley swinging from a, you guessed it, wrecking ball. She also writhes around on rubble and molests a sledgehammer with her mouth. Deep stuff!
We, have mixed feelings about Kim Kardashian’s CR Fashion Book editorial, but one thing is for absolute certain: that is a serious set of grills she’s working with there. (It’s also not the first time Kim has sported some tooth bling — we dug up this photo she posted to Instagram all the way back in 2012.) But Kim is far from the first female celebrity to make grills her “thing.” Here are nine more famous gals in grills… [Photo: Instagram]
Artist Sarah King has carved out a unique creative niche — in noodles. In response to a recent call for “noodle art” from Kabuto Noodles, King discovered that she has quite a knack for making edible celebrity portraits using nothing but noodles and an assortment of sauces. Can you recognize the famous faces in the noodle and soy sauce masterpieces above? Check out the answers after the jump! Keep reading »
Richard Cohen is a columnist for the Washington Post. He’s also a Roman Polanski apologist, a Clarence Thomas apologist, and a man who’s been personally called out for lewd behavior in front of a 23-year-old aide. So it’s no surprise that Cohen has absolutely nothing good to say about Miley Cyrus and her much ballyhooed twerk-happy VMA performance. In fact, says Cohen, he was so perturbed by the performance that he had to look up the definition of “twerk” in ye olde spellcheck. (We picture him doing this with the help of the Microsoft Office talking paper clip, Clippy, natch.)
Of the performance, Cohen said. “She’s a cheap act, no doubt about it, but for me her performance was an opportunity to discuss one of the summer’s most arresting pieces of journalism — a long New Yorker account [by Ariel Levy] of what became known as the Steubenville Rape. Cyrus should read it.”
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