Apparently People magazine is running out of stars to bestow this “honor” to. You see, Gwyneth Paltrow has a new movie coming out, ‘Iron Man 3′ which is why she’s been bombarding us with her off-putting personality more than usual, and the only other reason why the mag thought she would be a good candidate for this. Naturally, the other stars featured in this are more worthy of the title, but don’t have publicists working overtime to quench their client’s thirst.
She doesn’t even try in her interview, spewing the same crap actresses say when they want to be relatable , but this is Goop Poop so she really believes this stuff.
“Around the house, I’m in jeans and a T-shirt. I don’t really wear makeup.” As for her husband, Chris Martin, “He’ll make a joke about it. If I’ve gotten fully dressed up, he’ll be like, ‘Oh, wow! You’re Gwyneth Paltrow!’ Because he’s used to seeing me in like baggy shorts and frizzy hair.” I’m sure, she also threw in this gem about landing the cover, “It’s a very iconic cover in American culture, so it’s just amazing. And I think people feel really happy for you when you say you’re going to be in the issue.”
There’s been much talk about her dietary habits, but I think the real way she stays so thin and “healthy looking” is that her head is stuck so far up her own ass it keeps her from eating. [Cut to DivaJulia laugh-choke-spit-taking sparkling water all over her laptop screen. Not. Even. Kidding.] Also featured in the ‘World’s Most Beautiful’ issue are Kerry Washington, singer Pink and legendary actress Jane Fonda.
The issue hits newsstands on Friday, but you probably won’t be buying it.
So, Ray J released a song called “I Hit It First,” a desperate cry for attention and an attempt to stir a big pot of poo. The song features lines like “She might move on to rappers and ballplayers/ But we all know I hit it first.” Well, we all know who he’s talking about, but Ray J honey, it’s time to move on.
After he released the song, which features a pixelated photo of Kim Kardashian from a couple of years ago, he tweeted “It’s not serious!” and it isn’t, but child move on! Since his sister Brandy made her mark in the industry as a teenager with a number of hit songs and a very popular television show, Ray J has always been known as well, Brandy’s little brother. He had a couple of successful singles on his own, but no one was really checking for him until a tape of a sexual nature was released featuring him and his then girlfriend Kim K. engaging in some boring antics. He got two reality shows on VH1 from this sudden burst of fame, but does anyone still care about him in that way?
Whether you think the song is funny or not, you have to admit it’s pretty childish. You can listen to it herevia MTV and decide for yourself if you think Ray J is telling the truth about the song not being about anyone in particular. “They just gotta keep it on the surface. I’m not trying to create no war, it’s all love; we’re doing music.”
Yeah, yeah, ok dude. I think what bothers me the most is that I’m defending Kim yet again! What is this world coming to?!
Singer Kelly Clarkson caused a bit of a ruckus when she tweeted her support of Presidential candidate Ron Paul. Other tweeters quickly tried to help her correct her probable mistake by explaining that Paul and his campaign are surrounded by claims of homophobia and racism. Kelly didn’t quite seem to get it.
After being bombarded with comments from fans, Kelly released a statement via her Who Say website:
I am really sorry if I have offended anyone. Obviously that was not my intent. I do not support racism. I support gay rights, straight rights, women’s rights, men’s rights, white/black/purple/orange rights. I like Ron Paul because he believes in less government and letting the people (all of us) make the decisions and mold our country. That is all. Out of all of the Republican nominees, he’s my favorite.
I’m actually a little taken aback by her claims that she has never heard him say anything homophobic or racist. You support this guy but don’t know that he used to run a newsletter in the 90s that routinely featured articles about how “the white man should be afraid of the black man“.
Oh, and let’s not forget how Ron Paul very publicly exclaimed that he would not have voted for the 1964 Civil RightsAct. I don’t care that Kelly is a Republican, I really don’t, but if you’re going to support any one of the candidates running for the Republican ticket, for Pete’s sake, don’t make it Ron F***ing Paul!