December 9, 2016 – Smutty Shout-Outs

Lainey Posted by Lainey at December 9, 2016 14:38:28 December 9, 2016 14:38:28
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Happy Birthday to the Boss! She misses Rachel Marron. She loves Frank Farmer. “I don’t want to talk about this again.” And for Michelle from your sister Allison – Happy Birthday to the best sister she could ask for! By request, here are Beyoncé, Sting, and Brad Pitt in his prime. Full Story

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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Dear Gossips,

Over the last few days, there’s been all kinds of confusion about what happened on the set of Last Tango In Paris. To be clear, even though the initial headlines that exploded all over Twitter certainly suggested it, Maria Schneider was not actually raped.  Read Full Intro

Smutty Tingles

Lainey Posted by Lainey at December 8, 2016 21:52:31 December 8, 2016 21:52:31

The value of Johnny Depp (Dlisted

I liked Madonna’s Carpool Karaoke more than I expected to (Just Jared

Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper are happy about their baby (Cele|bitchy)

Who would even suggest that Jake Gyllenhaal get plastic surgery? (TooFab

Finland’s Got Talent! (Hollywood Tuna

Why did her pants have to be so long?! (Pop Sugar)

Baldwin and Trump forever (The Superficial

I would have chosen a different lip colour (Popoholic

Another 2016 celebrity breakup (Evil Beet

Smutty Social Media, December 8, 2016

Maria Posted by Maria at December 8, 2016 20:55:27 December 8, 2016 20:55:27

Yesterday I wrote about Cruz Beckham, and shortly after David posted a video of Cruz hearing his song on the radio for the first time. I have no comment on the song – it’s a child singing, what is there to say? I’m much more interested in the fact that David is a “wooooooooo” guy. Full Story

Sing is a joy jukebox

Sarah Posted by Sarah at December 8, 2016 18:13:12 December 8, 2016 18:13:12
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WENN

Sometimes it’s impossible to dislike a movie. There are just some movies that, no matter how many problems they may have, are so winsome and entertaining that you—happily—overlook flaws because of the feelings. Sing is one such movie. Following up on the success of The Secret Life of Pets, Illumination has made a movie so exuberant it dares you not to like it. Full Story

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