Another day, another celebrity talking about their persona of being “nice.” Yesterday, Tom Hanks said that he’s not a 24/7 nice guy and has acted like an asshole on-set before. “You don’t say?!” said Henry Winkler. And now, wholesome star of Capital One commercials, Neutrogena ads, and a dozen movies where she plays the nice mom, Jennifer Garner, is talking about her “nice” person. In a world where celebrities get revenge on their exes on Instagram, by placing witches on balconies or releasing threatening claymation videos, Jennifer stays supportive of ex-husband Ben Affleck and says shit like she’s “happy” for him. But despite having a heart of gold so pure she could trade it in for cash, Jen says there’s a downside to being seen as “nice.”
Kylie Jenner Said There Are Misconceptions About Her Insecurities And The Work She’s Had Done To Her Face
While her big sisters Kim and Khloé Kardashian presumably played a huge role in the rise of women having their asses pumped up to the point of them walking around looking like ants from A Bug’s Life with diapers full of spray foam insulation (which many are now paying big bucks to have vacuumed out), Kylie Jenner is probably on the hook for many a plumped pout after she got a bunch of lip filler and then started her own lip kit-heavy makeup company, Kylie Cosmetics. Kylie recently covered an issue of HommeGirls magazine and wants to clarify that despite the misconception that she got a bunch of stuff done to her face because she was super insecure, she’s always thought she was hot shit and does even more so now that she’s a mom and gets to reminisce about her old features as she looks down at her kids’ faces or up at the giant inflatables of their likenesses she commissions for their inappropriately-themed birthday parties.
On New Year’s Day, Jeremy Renner was nearly killed after being run over by a large snow plow. The 52-year-old was airlifted to the hospital and underwent emergency surgery for blunt chest trauma. Since his near-death experience, Hawkeye’s been giving us sporadic updates on his recovery; a hospital bed selfie here, an Instagram Story of his rehabilitation exercises there. Now, Variety reports that Jeremy is sitting down with Diane Sawyer for his first TV interview since the incident. The ABC News special, which will air April 6, is titled Jeremy Renner: The Diane Sawyer Interview – A Story of Terror, Survival and Triumph. Boy, that’s a mouthful (is what Diane Sawyer said while trying to secure this interview)!
On the newest episode of Call Her Daddy hosted by Alex Cooper (the Joe Rogan Experience for women who manifest), 30-year-old Cole Sprouse, star of The Suite Life of Zack & Cody (and, oh yeah, Riverdale), reflected on his career and personal life while polishing off cigarettes like a Vietnam vet recounting the war. After spilling about his mommy issues, being exploited by Disney, and losing his virginity at 14, people had one main takeaway. That Cole gave them “the ick.”