Drew Barrymore And Brooke Shields Bonded Over Their “Weird” Stage Moms Being Obsessed With Them As Kids
Before momager Kris Jenner pimped out the Kardashians, there was Teri Shields– the mom of Brooke Shields. Brooke was on yesterday’s episode of The Drew Barrymore Show to promote her new documentary Pretty Baby, and she and Drew Barrymore trauma bonded about all the weird and horrible shit that came with growing up a child star and the roles their stage moms played in all that mess.
People reports that Lake Bell (not to be confused with Sea Chime or Ocean Gong) has written and directed a short film/commercial to promote Cann cannabis drinks. The campaign debuted at the company’s premiere party on Wednesday, and Lake took part in a panel about normalizing weed. During the chat, Lake claimed that she “can’t get through the holidays without” marijuana and says that she’s “a better parent” when she’s stoned. CoCo just breathed a big-bootied sigh of relief. Today, the mommy shamers have a new target.
Did you hear that? That was the sound of the collective universe screaming “no shit, Eva!” after she blurted out the most unnecessarily obvious statement in the history of celebrity interviews. Apparently, Eva Mendes, who has been in a relationship with Ryan Gosling––with whom she shares two daughters––since 2011, NEVER used to think about birthin’ babies or pushing strollers and shit until she started grinding up on her hunky man.
But that’s funny, huh? Ya, my hot boyfriend helped me get over my hatred of kids once I realized that having constant, non-step sex with him (especially during those “The Place Beyond the Pines” years) was worth changing a few diapers. Hell, I’d have Ryan Gosling’s babies…and I just witnessed a screaming, maskless 5-year-old in a Walmart YESTERDAY.
Matthew McConaughey Didn’t Talk To His Mom For Eight Years Because She Kept Talking To The Media About Him
Moms. The only thing they love more than talking to their kids is talking about their kids. And why should moms of celebrities be any different? Like a bunch of other stars right now, Matthew McConaughey just released his new memoir, entitled Greenlights, and he went on Howard Stern to plug, plug, plug. Soon the topic turned to his 88-year-old mother Kay McConaughey. No, Matthew didn’t get into his dad dying while sexing his mom (although, that’s in the book). But Matthew did get into how his mom’s blabbermouth messed up his relationship with her. Apparently, when Matthew first got famous in the nineties, Kay didn’t deal with it very well and leaked all his private information to the press. Matthew says she became “a different person”, and things got so bad that they were estranged for eight years. Sad face emoji. Continue reading
Keira Knightley is an award-winning British thespian. In a rich and enviable filmography, she has played a duchess, a princess, and a number of haughty, upper-crust society ladies. She has ALSO played an assassin, a physician, a physicist and a swashbuckler. The girl’s got range. But apparently there is one thing Keira cannot do––or rather, can no longer do: nude scenes.
It’s not that Keira suddenly developed a case of shy boobs. It’s motherhood.
Remember being young and highly embarrassed and ashamed about everything your parents did, such as just showing their face in public near your presence? Or saying something so cringeworthy that you wanted to consciously uncouple from them and never talk to them again? Well, not all kids feel that way about their parents, and while Gwyneth Paltrow’s 15-year-old daughter Apple Martin side-eyes her a lot like normal teenagers do, Gwyneth bragged that her 13-year-old son Moses Martin doesn’t feel that way about her. To him, she’s not like a regular mom, she’s a feminist mom.