The most exciting thing to usually happen at New York Fashion Week is if Anna Wintour cracks a smile at, um, anything. While violence is never the answer, the fact that Cardi B tried to turn a Harper’s Bazaar party into an MMA octagon with Nicki Minaj certainly was way more entertaining than a 2019 spring/summer ready-to-wear collection! Cardi has already taken to Instagram to say she threw a shoe (and got a goose egg on her forehead in the process) over Nicki allegedly trying to derail her career and talking shit about her kid. Nicki has taken the “I’m the cool as a cucumber MC” route and simply leaked she wasn’t going to file police charges. But now she’s fully responded. Continue reading
When the serial rebooters known as Netflix shared the first pictures from the She-Ra reboot, I got up out of my chair, walked to the nearest wall, and did an open-mouthed cry wall slide over those evil butcherers transforming the 80s goddess of mythological glamour into a child in tragic biker shorts and an off-brand She-Ra costume from Big Lots. But after I pulled myself up off the floor and whispered, “You’re my only She-Ra,” into my She-Ra doll’s head, I told myself that the She-Ra reboot isn’t for me. If it was for me, it would be a live-action NC-17 movie starring Elizabeth Berkley as She-Ra, Gina Gershon as Catra, Kyle MacLachlan as Bow, Rena Riffel as Glimmer, and Lin Tucci as Madame Razz. There would also be a scene where She-Ra flops like a dolphin while fucking Bow in a lake in Etheria. Basically, I want a She-Ra/Showgirls crossover. But Netflix’s She-Ra reboot isn’t for me, it’s for the children of today, and now the children of today got their first look at their She-Ra in action.
The teaser trailer shows Sailor Moon’s white second cousin (aka the new Adora) getting lured into the forest by a stranger’s voice. Somebody should really tell Adora that if a strange voice tries to lure you into the forest, run the opposite way and call Chris Hansen. But Adora follows the voice and touches the Sword of Protection, becoming Baby She-Ra!
To me, it still looks like anime as drawn by the worst student in a high school animation class, but it does look better in motion. With that being said, I am not watching Fetus-Ra, because I am not a damn kid. Instead, I’m going to watch episodes of the original She-Ra in my She-Ra onesie while clutching my She-Ra doll like a real grown-up!
As a Southerner, I can confirm every girl in my neighborhood grew up learning how to twirl a baton, tease their hair, and quote the Bible while strutting down a catwalk in a two-piece bathing suit all in the quest to one day be Miss America. Well, things have changed a lot since the Stone Age when I grew up, and, in the era of #MeToo and Gretchen Carlson taking over the leadership role at Miss America, that meant getting rid of the swimsuit competition within the pageant and focusing on “important” issues. Lucky for us, Miss Michigan Emily Sioma brought up the Flint water crisis that gave everyone a case of the “OH SNAP!” that was far more entertaining than any bikini.
When some people look at Post Malone, they might think, “What kind of drugs makes a person high enough get a barbed-wire tattoo along their hairline?“. But apparently some wannabe criminals saw Post Malone and thought “I want to rob that guy’s house.” The only problem is, the robbers got the wrong place.
Olivia Munn Says She’s Gotten Little Support From Her “Predator” Castmates After Calling Out A Sex Offender
Recently we all learned that Twentieth Century Fox cut a scene from The Predator after Olivia Munn let them know that the dude she did the scene with is a registered sex offender. Director Shane Black knew about the whole sex offender registration but chose to cast the guy anyway since he wanted to “help a friend.”
To Olivia, it seemed like a no-brainer getting rid of the guy who tried to lure a 14-year-old girl into a sexual relationship over the internet, especially one who the sex offender himself described as a “distant relative”. But apparently, not everyone agrees with her.
Jeff Probst should be nervously sweating into his Survivor bandana today, for RuPaul is now just one award away from tying his record as the winner of the most Emmys for Outstanding Host of a Reality or Reality Competition Program. Condragulations, Ru! Jeff, enjoy what’s left of your moment; everyone knows it’s way more difficult to wrangle the emotions of a drag queen hell-bent on doing Beyoncé for Snatch Game than those of people eating flies on an island.