Earlier this week, a bitchtastic UCLA undergrad named Alexandra Wallace took to YouTube to complain about her Asian classmates. Because clearly the most sensitive time to do that is days after Japan has been destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami! But still, Alexandra griped about “hordes of Asians” UCLA lets in every year who don’t have “American manners” in the library.
Surprise, surprise, Alexandra Wallace is now leaving UCLA. Keep reading »
Success is truly the best revenge. Rebecca Black
— an unsigned 13-year-old singer who has become a YouTube sensation with a song Rolling Stone called an “unintentional parody of modern pop” — has reached over 16 million views and a top slot on iTunes. Still, the teen says she cried over the harsh feedback online.
In an interview with GMA, she said the negative onslaught initially got to her:
“At first, when I first saw all these nasty comments, I did cry. I felt like this was my fault. And I shouldn’t have done this, and this is all because of me. And now I don’t feel that way.”
She now seems to be having a little fun with all the attention, playing on some critiques by taking to Twitter to ask if she should have a bowl of cereal or fried eggs to eat (haters bemoan that the chorus to “Friday” sounds like “fried eggs,” she also sings about her breakfast routine in the song). Read more… Keep reading »
Last night, Tiger Woods
came out of hiding for an appearance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Live.” And it was pretty awesome. I like how Jimmy managed to confront the elephant in the room while also not being too, too direct. “It’s been a year and a half since you’ve been on our show. Whadya been up to?” he asked. Tiger’s response? “Oh, nothing. Playing bad golf.” Later, Jimmy thanked him on behalf of comedians everywhere. “From a comedian’s standpoint and my monologue writers, thank you! So much,” said Jimmy. “Not even making jokes, it kind of wrote itself. I mean, balls, shafts, holes, foursomes. I just want to say thank you, thank you, thank you!” [NY Post
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Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher didn’t get great reviews for their romantic comedy, “No Strings Attached.” Now, we bring you the complete trailer for “Friends with Benefits,” Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake‘s nearly identical movie. And, uh, it looks really cute. I like that in this movie, both characters have gone through breakups and are in a vulnerable place when they enter into their arrangement. Mila doesn’t have the annoying I’m-a-workaholic-who-hates-relationships vibe Natalie’s character had in her movie. And Justin just seems so much more humble and unassuming than Ashton did in the other flick. Plus, this preview got a few chuckles out of me. What do you think—will this movie be better than “No Strings Attached”? After all, it did win the coveted title of “Friends with Benefits” that the two projects jockeyed for. Keep reading »
Finally! A guide that tells women what men are thinking about when they don’t have sex on the brain. I’ve been waiting for a book like this forever. Sheridan Simove’s, What Every Man Thinks About Apart From Sex
is already a best seller on Amazon and it’s clear why. It’s so concise, to the point, and informative. [Time
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