Nick Lachey Made An Apparent Dig At His Marriage To Jessica Simpson During The “Love Is Blind” Season 3 Reunion
After Nick Lachey And Jessica Simpson inevitably divorced in 2006 after everyone gawked at the awkward father/daughter dynamic of their marriage on their wildly popular MTV reality show, Newlyweds, Jessica went on to build an apparel empire and start a family with her second husband, Eric Johnson; and Nick tied the knot with Vanessa Lachey (née Minnillo) in 2011 and started a family of their own. Nick and Vanessa have been the inexplicable and seemingly useless “hosts” on every season of the Netflix relationship experiment show, Love is Blind. Do they produce the show? Are they now visually impaired? Has the money run dry? No one knows. But at every turn, they take the opportunity to turn the conversation to themselves and their own marriage as though they’re some kind of beacon of love everlasting. And on the recent Love is Blind season 3 reunion, Nick took a blatant and unnecessary jab at his bygone marriage to Jessica while Vanessa sat right next to him on the couch. I
Chaka Khan Wants Every Singer Who Uses Auto-tune To Stop Singing And Start Working At The Post Office
The era of powerhouse singers from back in the day is probably long gone, and now the only thing you need to be successful is a skilled engineer who can make you sound like you’re singing through a broken metal fan. R&B Legend Chaka Khan knows this all too well and has a suggestion for the new singers coming up behind her. We already know how displeased she was when Kanye West took her voice and made her sound like one of the mice from Cinderella, but it doesn’t just stop there. Chaka wants anyone who uses Auto-tune to immediately leave the studio and fill out an application for the post office because singing is the wrong career choice, and they should stick to delivering mail instead of attempting to deliver high notes.
Broadway’s newest Funny Girl and enemy of the people, Lea Michele is riding high after all the positive buzz around her assumption of the lead role. Rumors swirled for some time that Lea would take over from Beanie Feldstein, who unfortunately wasn’t really winning over audiences with her interpretation of Fanny Brice, and after years of work and multiple voodoo curses, Lea finally got the role of her dreams. With scalpers making a mint on Lea’s upcoming debut, it’s safe to say that she’s probably loving every minute of attention. But with that attention comes criticism (and not just from former Glee co-star Samantha Ware). Jamie Lee Curtis (huh??) shaded Lea in Jamie’s podcast, Good Friend. The clip is from 2021 but it’s never too old for a gold ole’ fashioned Lea Michele diss. Jessica Lange knows what I’m talking about!
We all know that Taylor Swift is busy re-recording all of her old songs after the masters were bought by Scooter Braun who went on to sell them for $300 million to an investment firm. But thankfully, she’s able to find time in her busy schedule to think of newer and pettier ways to let everyone know she still really hates Scooter’s guts. Most recently, she snuck a visual joke into a Match.com commercial. Actually, snuck might not be the right word here. That would imply she was being sneaky, and to be honest, her work here is about as subtle as the prosthetics on that Devil.
Today Lady Gaga released her new album, Chromatica, which I always have to remind myself is not a cheap color-changing lipstick thrown in free with the purchase of $100 worth of Haus Labs cosmetics. As expected, Gaga fans are breaking down each song, lyric by lyric, searching for subtle messages planted by Gaga herself. And the good news for the rest of us is that they might have managed to dig up some gossipy evidence regarding Gaga’s relationship with her former fiancé Christian Carino.
I fully expect Renée Zellweger to get a standing ovation as she rises to accept her Academy Award for playing Judy Garland in Judy this Sunday. But there’s at least one person who won’t be standing, in fact I imagine Liza Minnelli will be sucking her teeth as she’s splayed across a velvet fainting couch surrounded by “her Oscar for ‘Cabaret’” which “sits on a low table alongside a copy of a 1972 Time magazine with Minnelli on the cover. On a table next to the couch are her Tonys, while a collection of additional awards crowd a sideboard near the entryway” as she’s described in a recent Variety interview. Liza’s not here for Renée’s portrayal of her mother. In fact, when the subject was brought up, she deployed shade so penetrating and complete, PG&E’s still reporting outages and is scheduling rolling blackouts for the next 10 years in order to recover.