Katy Perry proves she’s a Walking Bad Decision — not only by wearing this hideous knitted schmata, but also by continuing to let John Mayer stick his penis in her vagina. Here they are, at a performance of A Christmas Story: The Musical on Broadway. Katy, let’s talk: I bet you the sex is really awesome and filthy, but don’t like, sign a lease with this guy, okay?
Katy Perry and on-again/off-again beau John Mayer celebrated Halloween a bit early this weekend, getting all dressed up as, uh, a vampire hunter with a pronounced chin and Bella Swan-meets-Snow White. I think. John’s costume, while well done, kind of makes me want to barf, but Katy looks bangin’ with jet black hair and red eyes. I know they’ll never last, but I’m glad they got to celebrate Halloween together. See a few more after the jump! [via Buzzfeed] [Photos: Mark Hunter/The Cobra Snake] Keep reading »
I mostly just had an urge to use the word “ding-a-ling,” but color me surprised that Katy Perry and John Mayer are still trying to make this thing work. Haven’t they broken up twice now? Well, they’re back on it seems, as Katy spent the day and evening with John as he celebrated his 35th birthday in New York City. Cute bow tie. [Photos: INF Daily]
Glamour: You never identified who ["Dear John"] was about, but John Mayer recently told Rolling Stone that it was him.
Taylor Swift: How presumptuous! I never disclose who my songs are about.
Glamour: He said he felt…
Swift: No! I don’t want to know, I don’t want to know.
Glamour: You don’t?
Swift: I know it wasn’t good, so I don’t want to know. I put a high priority on staying happy, and I know what I can’t handle.
Glamour: It would hurt too much to hear?
Swift: It’s not that I’m this egomaniac and I don’t want to hear anything negative, because I do keep myself in check. But I’ve never developed that thick a skin. So I just kind of live a life, and I let all the gossip live somewhere else. If you go too far down the rabbit hole of what people think about you, it can change everything about who you are.
On the one hand I’m over John Mayer and Taylor Swift still going back and forth in the media over their breakup. It was years ago, you guys, and it’s not like the rest of the world needs a continuous reminder that you are both very complicated people to date. That being said, I commend Taylor Swift for staying above the fray. Part of being a mature grown up is keeping your distance from melodrama that only serves to get you upset; good on her for knowing that she doesn’t have a thick enough skin to read US Weekly. It’s the celebrity version of not Facebook-stalking your ex. “I put a high priority on staying happy, and I know what I can’t handle” is a piece of advice all of us non-famous ladies can surely use, too. [Glamour]
Last night, domestic abuser and homophobe Chris Brown got in a brawl with someone who was possibly in Drake’s entourage, supposedly over Rihanna, and he lost a bloody piece of his chin in the melee.
This morning, The New York Post reported xoJane writer Cat Marnell is leaving the blog to smoke angel dust and “write a book.” Like, she actually said that to a reporter. This is the new plan because she doesn’t want to stop using drugs, as she has been asked to do by her employer.
Then, this South African couple told the Daily Mail about how they keep an adult pet Bengal tiger inside their home as a pet and he sometimes chews up their sofas. This couple also owns several tasty-looking pet dogs.
Typically, I have boundless reserves of empathy, if not outright sympathy, for others. But it is time for some real talk: None of these people are deserving of our sympathy. I mean, it sucks when bad things happen to people, like when your Bengal tiger eats your couch. It would suck if more bad things happened to these people, like if your pet Bengal tiger eats your dogs. But do we feel bad for these individuals for the hard knocks coming their way? No. No, we do not.
After the jump, more people we do not feel bad for at all. Not one little bit. “Unbad,” you might even say: Keep reading »