Bella Thorne recently launched her very own makeup brand, called Filthy Fangs. A risky venture, considering I’m not sure the first thing people think when they look at Bella Thorne’s face is “Gee, I wish I looked like that too.” But the point is, someone out there does, and her first two eyeshadow palettes sold out in the first day. The only problem is, they look somewhat suspiciously like another makeup brand, and now Bella’s cosmetic success has been tainted with accusations of plagiarism.
Activism comes in many forms. For example, I’ve been silently protesting my local grocery store every since the bakery raised the price of cake slices by $0.30 (now I buy the whole cake, and I’m sure they can feel my dissent). For Bella Thorne, she had some issues with last night’s Teen Choice Awards. But instead of showing up and smiling through gritted teeth while counting down the minutes, she decided to bail on the whole thing.
Bella Thorne–who looks like her stylist is a part-time stylist and a full-time HotTopic employee–may be unemployed.
Apparently Jennifer Love Hewitt isn’t the only one having to explain their facial situation this week (oh that sounded gross, but it’s not like that). Except in Bella Thorne’s case, she’s demanding an apology instead of issuing one.
There’s been a lot of coverage about the devastating mudslides that have plagued the town of Montecito in Santa Barbara County. One reason it’s been so much in the news is that there are a lot of famous celebrities who live there including Oprah, Ellen and last-name-needing Jeff Bridges.
Blac Chyna, Lamar Odom, Tyga, and Bella Thorne were all at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel Wednesday night, and, no, it wasn’t because there was a $4.99 buffet. I checked. Entertainment Tonight says Blac was there for something called an iGO.live launch, which apparently is some sort of streaming service… girl, that just sounds like a faster way to spread revenge porn- not exactly something these four horsemen of the apocalypse should want promoted!