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Quickies: “The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills” Finale Was Epic & Ivanka Trump Is Pregnant

  • Did you catch last night’s “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” finale? Kim and Kyle Richards practically came to blows, with Kim accusing Kyle of “stealing her house” and Kyle calling Kim an alcoholic. We literally cannot wait for next week’s reunion show. [Huffington Post]
  • An imagined conversation between Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal on their recent date. [The Hairpin]
  • Michelle Obama will be on “Oprah” next Thursday to talk about a new plan to help military families. Thursday is also the night of her husband’s State of the Union address. Who do you think will get more viewers? [The Hollywood Reporter]

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Ryan Gosling + Orphans + Dancing = Dying Inside


Look, it’s not like I want to be posting Ryan Gosling videos every day — they just keep appearing and it’s my duty as his unofficial fan club president/lover to present them to you. In this clip, also from his appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” this week, Ryan shows footage he shot in Africa — for a documentary I believe — featuring a group of orphan children dancing to Rihanna’s “Rude Boy.” One girl in particular caught his eye with her “wildly unique” dance moves. I am also impressed and really think this cutie needs to be on “Toddlers & Tiaras,” stat. She would completely smoke the competition. Ryan, on the other hand, needs to rehearse a little more. [via Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

Is Pink’s Video For “F**king Perfect” Exploitative Of Cutters? Or Seriously Addressing Self-Harm?


Pink‘s music videos are nothing but provocative — and that’s why I love her. “F**king Perfect” is an angst-ballad about loving and respecting oneself, but the NSFW video, which appeared online yesterday, is all about a young women’s self-hatred. She snorts drugs, shoplifts, and in one gruesome scene, cuts the word “PERFECT” in her arm with a razor blade.

A friend DMed me this morning about Pink’s video, calling it “exploitation disguised as empowerment,” “highly uninformed,” and done for “shock value.” I agree that, standing alone, a woman cutting the word “PERFECT” into her arm with a razor blade is over-the-top and gratuitous. But in this particular video, with this particular song, it works. And I’m willing to forgive it being a little too gratuitous because I think she’s ultimately depicting a very real problem that young women experience. Keep reading »

Jason Priestley And Luke Perry, Together Again


Earlier this week, Jason Priestley and Luke Perry—aka Brandon Walsh and Dylan McKay of “Beverly Hills, 90210“—sat down with George Lopez. The two have teamed up for the first time in years for a Hallmark Movie Channel flick called “Goodnight for Justice,” in which Luke stars and Jason directs. But of course the two had to talk about life in America’s most famous zip code. “Back then, it wasn’t about poking people on Facebook,” said Jason. “You just had to poke them for real,” replies Luke. Keep reading »

Ryan Gosling Breaks Out His Tiny Guitar On “Jimmy Kimmel”


Hear that sound? That’s the bittersweet noise my ladyparts make when Ryan Gosling breaks out his tiny guitar (aka the ukelele), like on last night’s Jimmy Kimmel, where he played a bit of “You Always Hurt The Ones You Love.” The sound is a mix of happiness and sorrow — joy because he is just so dreamy and sadness because it will never know his soft touch (thanks to that restraining order, sigh). It’s a tragedy really. But this clip is not. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

Inside The Mind Of A Furry

This week on my new favorite show, “My Strange Addiction,” we met Lauren, a college student addicted to her furry lifestyle. Her “fursona” Kira, a white and hot pink-striped fox, is the expression of her more outgoing side. This actually shed some light on the furry movement, which previously confounded me. Once I got over the ridiculousness of watching Lauren read Water for Elephants as Kira, I understood that using her “fursona” to hide from the world is not much different than using drugs, alcohol, or eating couch cushion (WTF, by the way) to avoid reality. I think what’s interesting about this show is how addictions are manifesting in our society in such unusual ways. While the underlying issues remain the same — low self-esteem, poor emotional coping mechanisms, unresolved trauma — the presenting symptoms have gotten way more creative. Were people this troubled back in the day or is this what modern life has done to us? Keep reading »

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