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Uh oh! Sounds like girl code might have officially been broken!
As we reported, after an E! News source said Lena Dunham and boyfriend Jack Antonoff broke up in December after five years of dating, an US Weekly insider says the Bleachers frontman has "moved on" and "is seeing someone else."
But is that "someone else" Dunham's friend Lorde??
Not only are there romance rumors between the two collaborators, the Girls star appears to have deleted an Instagram pic posted around the June release of Lorde's album Melodrama.
As seen here in a HelloGiggles article:
The post was about how Lorde recorded most of her sophomore album in Lena and Jack's apartment. The caption read:
"Ella & Jack worked on most of this album in our apartment and it was a privilege to watch her create and feed her little snacks."
While it is unclear when Dunham deleted the pic, it still raises a few red flags.
Antonoff is credited on almost every song off of Melodrama. He also frequently works with their mutual friend Taylor Swift.
If the romance rumors are true, we're kinda getting Girls vibes here. We don't wanna spoil the series for anyone who hasn't seen it yet, so we'll just leave it at that...
[Image via FayesVision/Adriana M. Barraza/Judy Eddy/WENN.]
OK, so a little bit of time has passed since Briana DeJesus and Javi Marroquin started dating, right?
Like, at this point, we can all agree that they're either actually, sincerely into each other, or they're playing the long game when it comes to be petty towards Kailyn Lowry.
Either way, they're doing this thing, so we might as well get used to it.
Especially since, as rumor has it, these two are already married!
1. True Love?
2. Poor Kailyn
3. Totally Awkward
4. So Sad
5. Sorry, Kail
6. Teen Mom Romance
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So a few days ago, everyone was calling for James Franco’s head because the weird girl from The Breakfast Club insinuated that he’s an asshole for some reason. She didn’t make any sort of allegation, but everyone went “oh, James Franco must have done some shit, run him out of town!” without so much as an allegation of what he actually did. Well, now we have some allegations, and they’re… weird.
The first allegation is the one that we had heard about before, and it’s the most straight-forward. It follows this tweet from Violet Paley.
Cute #TIMESUP pin James Franco. Remember the time you pushed my head down in a car towards your exposed penis & that other time you told my friend to come to your hotel when she was 17? After you had already been caught doing that to a different 17 year old?
— Violet Paley (@VioletPaley) January 8, 2018
Here’s what she told the Los Angeles Times happened.
They had begun a romantic relationship when she said he pressured her into performing oral sex on him — an act she’d never done with him at that point — while sitting in her car.
“I was talking to him, all of a sudden his penis was out,” said Paley. “I got really nervous, and I said, ‘Can we do this later?’ He was kind of nudging my head down, and I just didn’t want him to hate me, so I did it.”
Franco’s attorney denies that it happened this way, but if it did happen the way Paley describes, I think it was, if not over the line then it’s at least really strange. They were in a relationship, but even so, who just whips their dick out and says “hey, put this in your mouth?”
The other allegations against Franco are… less straightforward than this one. The first one is that he hired some students in an acting class he was teaching to be in a jeans commercial and then got mad when none of them agreed to do a topless scene. Franco denies asking the actresses to do the scene topless.
He’s also accused of removing a protective plastic covering from background actress’s vaginas while he was simulating performing oral sex on them in scenes for the film The Long Home, which hasn’t found a distributor yet. Actress Sarah Tither-Kaplan made the allegation which the LA Times confirmed with another actress in the scene, but Franco denied it happened.
Tither-Kaplan had signed a contract agreeing to do nude scenes for the film, but the specific allegation is strange. She doesn’t actually accuse Franco of performing oral sex on her after removing the plastic covering, but that he continued to simulate oral sex.
So there you go, actual specific allegations against James Franco instead of just vague rumors that Ally Sheedy doesn’t like him. If you think you want to get the pitchforks out now that you know why you’re pointing them at him, have at it, Hoss.
Do you want my opinion on all of this? I think Franco crossed a line he shouldn’t have. There’s nothing wrong with trying to get a consensual blowjob from someone you’re romantically involved with, but pressuring them into doing it for the first time out of nowhere in a car is not exactly good boyfriend behavior. Also, try casting students from your acting classes in films where they have their clothes on, and don’t remove the plastic mouthgaurds from their vaginas. That’s inappropriate in a lot of ways. But we, as a society, should still wait to hear what someone did before we throw them under the bus.
There are random feuds, and then there’s whatever the hell this is.
As you may have heard, millions of grownups want Oprah to run for president because she made a nice speech at the Golden Globes, and having a former TV star in the White House is currently working out so well for us.
But apparently Oprah only managed to win over roughly 99.99999 percent of the Earth’s population.
Sadly, she’s missing the all-important Seal vote.
Yes, Heidi Klum’s ex holds opinions on matters other than which flower is the most kissable.
(Surprisingly, it’s the one with all the thorns.)
For instance, he belongs to the microscopic minority that believes Batman Forever is the finest superhero film ever produced.
And he also thinks Oprah needs to sit her ass down because she’s just another Hollywood heathen.
Seal posted the above meme to Instagram this week, and in case it was too subtle for you, he did whatever the British equivalent of spiking the football is with this scathing caption:
“Oh I forgot, that’s right…..you’d heard the [rumors] but you had no idea he was actually serially assaulting young [starry]-eyed actresses who in turn had no idea what they were getting into. My bad. #SanctimoniousHollywood.”
Yes, Seal is accusing Oprah of being complicit in the Harvey Weinstein sex scandals.
Because now is a great time to dogpile on women and blame them for the revolting actions of a disgusting dude.
Fortunately, powerful females like Oprah and Meryl Streep–both of whom have been crucified for having once associating with a guy who was later accused of rape–have an equally powerful defender in Chrissy Teigen.
You may be thinking that Oprah can certainly fight her own battles, and you would be right.
But she also can’t stoop to the level of being with freakin’ Seal on Instagram.
For that, she needs a pitbull like Chrissy in her corner.
The model and media personality basically burned Seal to the ground with a single comment on his dumb anti-Oprah meme.
“Hmm. Let’s just say we’ve all heard things about each other, haven’t we?” she wrote.
Teigen didn’t go into detail, but clearly, she’s got the goods on ya boy Seal.
Here’s hoping he tries to call her bluff and she pulls the trigger.
Or should we say … seals the deal?
We’ll show ourselves out.
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Remember Logan Paul? He’s the moron who came across a dead body in the Aokigahara suicide forest and decided “I should show this to everyone on my vlog. Suicide is bad, kids. Lol, look at this guy being all dead and stuff!” Well, much like when PewDiePie hired people to say a bunch of anti-semitic stuff, YouTube decided that it wasn’t going to blow over quickly enough to keep advertisers from giving them less money, so they sprang into action.
An open letter to our community:
Many of you have been frustrated with our lack of communication recently. You’re right to be. You deserve to know what's going on.
— YouTube (@YouTube) January 9, 2018
Yay, an open letter. If you don’t want to read the entire Twitter thread that follows that tweet, I’ll give you the condensed version. “At no point did we, YouTube, do anything wrong. We’re completely ignoring the fact that the 6 million views this video got made both us and Logan Paul more money in advertising than the average American makes in a calendar year. We have assured our advertisers that they won’t feel any repercussions from this, we’re pinning this all the 20-something dunderhead we relentless promoted and gave absolutely no editorial oversight to. We’re going to do something to make sure this never happens again, which is probably going to end up being like when Twitter cracked down on Nazis by verifying Richard Spencer and banning anyone who says a swear to a brand.”
YouTube also kicked Logan Paul out of the “Google Preferred” advertising program, which means he’ll make somewhat less money, and they’ve fired him from the YouTube Red shows that he was appearing on, which means nothing because I’m willing to bet you didn’t even know YouTube Red was still a thing. It’s the equivalent of telling someone “You’ll never get a show on MyNetworkTV again! Your show on CBS is basically fine, though. Ad rates are down a bit, but you’re still on after NCIS: Cleveland.”
Man, remember when YouTube was just people auto-tuning the news and that dramatic hamster video? I miss that. I would very much rather listen to the hamster’s opinions than Logan Paul’s. That hamster has seen some shit, man. It’s been through the wars. It has opinions and the world needs to hear them.
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Apparently, if Kendall Jenner’s life were a reality show it would be … well, actually Kendall’s life is a reality show, and it’s Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
But if, for some reason, you were asked to name a second television series that whose title might accurately describe Kendall’s life these days, you might say … Naked and Afraid.
Belabored joke aside, what we’re trying to say is that Kendall covers the new issue of Harper’s Bazaar, and inside the mag, she exposes herself both literally by posing naked, and figuratively by opening up about her anxiety.
“I have such debilitating anxiety because of everything going on that I literally wake up in the middle of the night with full-on panic attacks,” Kendall says in a surprisingly candid interview.
“Where do I even start? Everything is so horrible, it’s hard to name one thing,” the 22-year-old model added.
“I just think that the world needs so much love. I wish I had the power to send Cupid around the planet, as cheesy as that sounds.”
We know, we know … if you wanted to hear someone open up about their feelings of anxiety and offer cheesy, meme-speak solutions to all of the world’s problems, you would just scroll through Facebook.
You came here for the nudity, and the nudity is what you shall have.
Well, kind of…
Tehnically, Kendall’s not completely naked.
She’s wearing some sort of see-through raincoat, which is truly next-level flasher technology.
She says the photo is her way of paying tribute to Jennifer Beals in Flashdance, but at no point in the movie does Beals wear a transparent coat.
But we know better than to look gift pseudo-nudity in the mouth, so we’ll shut up now.
The juxtaposition of the anxiety comments and the risqué photo seems like a pretty good representation of where Jenner’s head is at these days.
Kendall’s modeling career is going better than anyone could’ve imagined, but that doesn’t mean she’s the perfect picture of confidence at all times.
In fact, earlier this week, Kendall opened up about her acne and other physical “imperfections” that make her feel insecure.
Fortunately, it doesn’t seem those insecurities will prevent Kendall from posing nude.
And for that, we’re eternally grateful.
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Emily Ratajkowski is sometimes a magnet for attention on the internet. Sometimes for her gorgeous looks and modeling photos, sometimes for her outspoken feminism and sex positive activism. Often for both.
Just recently, Ratajkowski owned Piers Morgan for his willful refusal to understand that feminism doesn't require a shirt.
Now, however, Ratajkowski's at the center of a controversy that has nothing to do with her boobs. And it's her fellow feminists who are taking her to task.
Emily Ratajkowski is a skilled actress, a gorgeous model, and a well-reasoned activist who uses her fame and beauty as a platform to make the world a better place.
And to think: it wasn't all that many years ago when she was playing a recurring character on erstwhile ratings juggernaut iCarly.
(She is, perhaps, better known for her role in the critically acclaimed film, Gone Girl, or for appearing in that awful "Blurred Lines" music video)
While not everyone is going to agree with Emily Ratajkowski's every point -- disagreements on one point or another are just part of being a person, folks -- it's rare to see her get slammed like this.
But, when see the now-deleted Instagram post of hers, you'll see why.
So, Emily Ratajkowski's Instagram account posted this message:
"Hair is a fundamental part of beauty, femininity, and identity. So excited to announce that I am the new face of @kerastase_official! Welcome good hair days!"
It's deleted now, but here's the photographic evidence that you may crave:
In case you didn't spot it, there's a huge issue with that -- and it's not that Ratajkowski is now the face of a beauty company.
No, her fans are happy to see her modeling work.
The issue was that weird, tone-deaf statement about hair's supposed role in beauty, femininity, and identity.
The bit about beauty is pretty true; the bit about identity is arguable. The idea that hair is a fundamental part of femininity is nonsense.
One person tweeted:
"She's hot but @emrata is an ignorant fool. What a horrible caption that implies that women with heredity hair loss or have lost hair due to illness are not beautiful or feminine enough. @KerastaseUSA @KerastaseUK: You're better than that."
Fool is a little harsh, especially since this message seemed like it just came with her job.
And another tweeted:
"Hey @emrata - no, hair truly is not fundamental to beauty/femininity. Please cancel your mind numbing preachings on 'empowerment'."
Others chimed in, coming after Emily Ratajkowski's feminist credentials.
"Sorry $emrata honey but you’re not a feminist / activist. Your statement about hair being fundamental to someone’s identity was shallow as hell, Im pretty sure you’re just a hypocrite."
And this next tweet could have been a criticism of just about any beauty company, honestly.
"Learned to love myself & appreciate the things that make me unique.. as long as I have a long flowing perfect bouncy blow dry. You’re not kidding anyone."
Unless a company's spokesmodel is Amber Rose, most of them tend to give off this message with their gorgeous models anyway.
Most don't ... write it.
So, first of all, the Instagram post was amended to take out the bit about hair's intrinsic role.
Second of all, Kerastase issued an apology:
"Of course beauty is not defined by your hair, beauty is something more spiritual, beauty is an attitude coming from inside each of us. Our new muse, Emily, thinks that her hair is a way to express herself. As she said, 'Everyone is uniquely beautiful in their own way' and we agree."
Does it feel like they just threw Emily Ratajkowski under the bus?
"We apologize for the misunderstanding of our previous caption because it seems like we were making a one-way statement, forgetting the rest of the multiple variations of beauty. We honestly tell you we’re very sorry and thanks for your testimony because through it we are learning everyday."
This is especially odd, since we don't even know if it was Emily who wrote that message in the first place. Or if she was the one who fixed it.
Femininity isn't about hair, it's about who you are. We don't know if we'd give it as flowery of a description as Kerastase did, but whatever.
The fact that Emily Ratajkowski hasn't commented on this at all suggests, to us, that she might be busy doing literally anything else and just figured that her management or whoever else has access to her social media was doing this and handling it.
But even if she wrote this, it was just a mistake. It doesn't mean that she's not a feminist or whatever.
There's a strange sort of "purity culture" in politics right now, and it's often enforced through social media -- where what you say lives on forever. It's toxic, and it hurts movements like feminism when people attack each other.
Did that statement deserve to be called out? Absolutely.
Is Emily Ratajkowski a "fool" or whatever? No.
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