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So, Patrick Schwarzenegger had more fun on spring break than we thought.
He caught up with his ex-girlfriend, who lathered him up with sunscreen (how sweet) and chatted with him for a few minutes. This scene is way more innocent than the previous photos, which were of him with his BFF’s girlfriend getting a little too cozy.
This is really just what college kids do on spring break—they flirt, they test every boundary they’ve ever respected and they usually don’t get caught. Unfortunately for Patrick, he’s got a either paparazzi tail or someone in Cancun needed more beer money, so they sold the photos.
— Noah Fairbanks (@NoahFairbanks) March 20, 2015
Another slut-shamer bites the dust, and this one is pretty awful. A Bloomsburg University baseball player, Joey Casselberry, was dismissed from the team after calling Little League standout Mo’ne Davis a slut on Twitter. He reportedly wrote:
“Disney is making a movie about Mo’ne Davis? WHAT A JOKE. That slut got rocked by Nevada.”
This sounds like total jealousy to me, Joey. Sorry no one knew who you were before this and now we’ll all just forget your name by next week, but Mo’Ne is the only Little League player to ever be on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Of course, calling a 14-year-old athlete a “slut” will help you sleep better at night.
I hope he has to take out $100,000 in student loans now that he’s off the team.
Always the class act, Mo’ne told ESPN in the video below that she wants Casselberry reinstated on the college team. Keep being awesome, Mo’ne!
So, Rob Kardashian compared his sister, Kim, to “the bitch from Gone Girl.” Since they have a reality show, we probably won’t have to the wait too long to find out what this is all about.
The age of the Timberbaby is nigh. The child will be born into this world wearing sparkly dancing shoes, crying to the tune of “Cry Me a River.”
This one time on Halloween, Julianne Hough wore Blackface, while dressed as “Crazy Eyes” from Orange is the New Black. Here’s what she told Allure about it:
“Ignorance is sometimes not bliss; I really had no idea what I was doing, and it was all out of fun and respect for the character,” Hough says. “I don’t even know how to talk about it because it’s such a sensitive topic. It makes me so sad to think that I was that dumb. I learned a big lesson.”
Sigh. Julianne, the point in people having a problem with Blackface is that it’s not respectful. It was used by people as a way to avoid giving acting roles to Black people, and usually showed stereotypes. This is one of those things I think everyone should educate themselves on.
It’s been 15 years since *NSYNC’s No Strings Attached album was released. I have to say that I don’t care because I was publicly a Backstreet Boys fan (and the future Mrs. AJ McLean) back in the day. But between you and me, this was one of the best boy band albums of all-time. (That was said in my Kanye voice.) I’m celebrating by singing “Bye Bye Bye” whenever I leave a room today.