Got plans Sunday night? Me neither. No, I’m not asking you out on a date. I am, however, suggesting you maybe watch the Style Network’s new reality/makeover show “Glam Fairy,” which premieres Sunday at 8 p.m. It looks like “Jerseylicious” meets “How Do I Look?” meets “Toddlers & Tiaras: The Beauty College Years” (if such a wonderful thing existed) which I think we can all agree equals guaranteed entertainment. Meet the Glam Fairies in the clip above and then check out a sneak peak and a clip from the episode here.
This post was sponsored by the Style Network’s “Glam Fairy,” premiering Oct. 23 at 8 p.m., but I really am planning on watching this for my own personal enjoyment.
Michigan man, Shawn Weimer reached an all-time parenting low when, after a night of drinking, he recruited his 9-year-old daughter to play chauffeur. Propped up on a booster seat, the girl drove Shawn to the gas station to fill up his van and pick up a pack of cigarettes. For her efforts, she was rewarded with a candy apple and her father’s praise. “Nine years old. Nine! Gas, brake, listen, we’re leaving, and she’s driving. I’m drunk,” Shawn bragged to the cashier. It probably wasn’t the best idea for him to broadcast his crime like that. As a result of his all-around stupidity and recklessness, the cops were called and they pulled the van over even though the girl claimed she was “driving good.” Shawn is facing felony child abuse charges, obvs. Parenting at its finest. [Dumb As A Blog]
Recognize the hot guy in this video? No? That’s probably because he’s without his typical tattoos. Check out this incredible video of tattooed wunderkind and sometime-Lady Gaga collaborator “Zombie Boy” Rick Genest, as he’s painted over by Dermablend’s special tattoo cover make up. [YouTube]
It’s about 10 years too late to help Shia LaBeouf. But maybe Kiernan Shipka can still do some good in the wild and crazy world of child stars. She has certainly spent long enough in the child psychologist’s office on “Mad Men.” Most of the sessions in this Funny Or Die video are pretty cool, like the one with that chick who played Topanga on “Boy Meets World.” But does the Eden Wood cameo one freak anyone else out? It’s a little too eerie … [Funny Or Die] Keep reading »
Talk about old-fashioned parenting. Freemon Everett Seay and Julie Seay, from Washington State, were arrested for going Medieval on their 16-year-old daughter. When they found out she had gone to a party without their permission, she was beaten with a tree branch and forced to dress in armor and fight her stepfather with a wooden sword, duel-style, while her mother watched. Freemon and Julie may be Renaissance enthusiasts (like they’re literally part of a group that does Renaissance LARPing), but authorities do not endorse this antediluvian style of discipline. In modern times, we call this child abuse. Good thing they don’t actually exist in Medieval times or else they’d be getting the guillotine. [MSNBC]