Smutty Tingles

Lainey Posted by Lainey at October 14, 2016 20:21:23 October 14, 2016 20:21:23

Matthew McConaughey’s mother really does need a reality tv show (Dlisted

George Clooney at work in his favourite t-shirt (Just Jared

I quite like Princess Kate’s coat. The hair, on the other hand, is the worst. (Cele|bitchy

Uma Thurman’s son is so grown! (TooFab

Inside the Khaleesi’s home (TMZ

Great idea, Lindsay Lohan (The Superficial

Is Christian Slater going to be Kelly Ripa’s next co-host? (Celebrity Dirty Laundry

I don’t hate this outfit (Go Fug Yourself

My guess for the title of Reese Witherspoon’s book is “Do you know my name?” (Jezebel

RDJ’s marvelous opportunism

Lainey Posted by Lainey at October 14, 2016 15:57:31 October 14, 2016 15:57:31
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See the corny sh-t I did there? Mark Zuckerberg has been building an AI for his home. Kinda like Tony Stark has a Jarvis. Or had a Jarvis. I have very mixed feelings about AI. I mean, sure, what happens when they get real and turn on you one day? Or, worse yet, break up with you for your best friend? But, sh-t, think of the convenience. Full Story

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Kevin Hart's ambition

Kathleen Posted by Kathleen at October 14, 2016 15:26:11 October 14, 2016 15:26:11
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It's rare to find a celebrity who isn't polarizing. The most famous—especially in the social media era –are simultaneously adored and detested. Gwyneth, Kanye, Taylor, Kanye's wife, Angelina. These are some of the most famous people in the world and yet for every person who loves them, I could find you one (or two) who HATES them. Full Story

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Emma Stone corrects herself

Lainey Posted by Lainey at October 14, 2016 14:46:02 October 14, 2016 14:46:02

Emma Stone covers the November issue of VOGUE. She is, currently, the frontrunner for Best Actress Oscar for her performance in La La Land. La La Land opens in December but has already been screened in Venice, Telluride, and at TIFF and was overwhelmingly well-received. Full Story

Blame black women for Nate Parker’s mediocrity

Kathleen Posted by Kathleen at October 14, 2016 13:59:05 October 14, 2016 13:59:05
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The Birth of a Nation opened last weekend to OK numbers and less than favourable reviews. If you haven’t heard, black women are to blame for the mediocre opening of a mediocre movie. To recap, this is the film written by, directed by and starring alleged rapist Nate Parker. Some self-identified black feminists (including me) wrote about their conflicted feelings about the film Full Story

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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Dear Gossips,

I was once in a meeting with an executive who made Asian jokes to my face, expecting me to laugh. And, instead of standing up for myself and doing what was honourable, I sat there and took it. Because I didn’t want to risk losing my job.  Read Full Intro