“Nicole Richie’s bangs trauma and canary yellow gown were a disaster” links

I think Nicole Richie is a disaster from head to toe. [Go Fug Yourself]
Elle Macpherson‘s face looks crazy in these photos. [Moe Jackson]
Is Jessica Simpson naming her baby girl Maxwell? [ICYDK]
Do people really think Robert Downey Jr. is commenting on blind items? [The Blemish]
Does Ryan Gosling have an evil, slutty twin? [LaineyGossip]
More photos of Lindsay & Ali Lohan. [Dlisted]
The Avengers needs a poster devoted to Jeremy Renner‘s arms. [Pajiba]
Angelina Jolie, Shiloh & Zahara in Amsterdam! [Pop Sugar]
Taylor Swift is still 14 years old, I think. [Celebuzz]
Charlie Sheen & Denise Richards‘ girls are so cute. [Celebrity Baby Scoop]
Miley Cyrus thinks Liam can‘t handle life without her. [Evil Beet]
This penguin is totally a jerk. [A Socialite Life]
OMG. This Kardashian ad. OMG. [IDLITW]
Bar Refaeli looks like she‘s pooping out naval-themed props. [Yeeeah]
YES. I cosign this whole thing. I work out alone too. [Gawker]
David LaChappelle talks about being bullied. [OMG Blog]
Mitt Romney promises to “get rid of” Planned Parenthood. Ugh. [The Frisky]

 

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  1. mln76 says:

    Charlize Theron adopted a baby!!!

  2. Mary jones says:

    I think she is so fug. But i do like her style.

  3. truetalk says:

    i think i need sunglasses to look at nicole richie’s gown.lol

  4. lettylynton says:

    Ali Lohan looks so awful all the time. She needs styling help. Is this her trying? And I thought Khloe looked wonderful in that add. Kim looks alien, Kourtney looks uncomfortable, but Khloe owns it.

  5. megs says:

    I don’t have anything nice to say. I’ll just leave it at that.

  6. fabgrrl says:

    Why does she always looks stoned?

  7. ohmy! says:

    I follow the blind items on CDAN and the whole Hmmmmm saga over there. I cant say for sure who they (they claim to have 4 ppl that use that acct)are but they def. have reliable inside info. Seems like they are trying to out some of the sick things that happen in Hollywood, not really gossiping on celebs but bringing light to all the sick pedo stuff and sexual harassment that happens behind the scenes. I commend them for that. I hope whoever is behind is never exposed just b/c I really think they have good intentions.

  8. Stubbylove says:

    Remind me again why we give a f*ck about Nicole Richie?

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      Now there’s a question.

      She has never looked good as a blonde. Never. Some years back she went brunette for a minute and it was a vast improvement. She can bleach her hair to straw and plane down her nose to skin-covered cartilege, but until she remembers that she’s not Cheryl Tiegs and is, in fact, half black and style accordingly, she’ll always look like a dessicated corn husk on the fashion beat. Oh, it’s better than her heroin and ratty extensions, but come on! I wonder what she looks like with her natural hair colour? My niece is black and white and her hair’s pretty danged cute.

  9. AudreyS says:

    I honestly like the Kardashian ad. Finally, women with (somewhat) “real” curves in lingerie. I can’t believe Ijust wrote that! But the Kardashians’ bodies are much more realistic for more women than Gisele’s.

  10. badrockandroll says:

    I’m waiting for comments on the most important link here, the one from Frisky about Romney. Remember, Romney is the moderate voice of reason, and the one who doesn’t hate the poor, the gay, the women and the different.

    American women, use the next year to make your voice heard, or you will find that it is not 2013, but 1913, with the same battles for equality that your great grandmothers fought needing to be fought again.

    • Tiffany says:

      The scariest thing is I feel like all of these MEN that rally against Planned Parenthood have very little idea about what it really does.

      I have a strong family history of breast cancer, which suggests it is possible I might have a breast cancer gene. If you have one of the genes, it greatly increases your risk of ovarian and other types of reproductive cancer (in addition to breast cancer). Planned Parenthood was the only place I could go for my pelvic & breast exams during the time between graduating college and getting a job with benefits.

      PP is not just about that sensitive issue…it is a place for women to get health care, period.

      • badrockandroll says:

        Democratic Ohio Senator Nina Turner has(Dem.) has proposed tacking an extra bit unto her state’s bill proposing that abortions occuring past week 20 (the “heartbeat” stage). She has proposed that men who want Viagra prescriptions first undergo counselling, coronary testing, and bring a note from at least one of their partners attesting to the patient’s inability to perform. She says that it’s as important for women to be as concerned about for men’s health as men are about women’s. I know that it’s a joke, but I sort of hope that it’s an all or nothing bill, and that the men who are offended by this will have to vote against the “heartbeat” proposal.

        PP provides so many services, and its cost to the taxpayer, or its percentage of the national debt is about 1/100000000 of oh, say, maintaining Guantanimo or writing off banks’ debts.

        But I’m just a little woman, so what do I know about politics?

      • Alarmjaguar says:

        Amen to all of that — pay attention and vote, ladies (and men, birthcontrol affects all of us!)

    • lucy2 says:

      I’m pretty horrified by all the anti-woman stuff that seems to be coming out of Washington and certain candidates lately. Last election we had a female governor running for VP and a female senator running to be the Dem. candidate, and this year? We have all male panels debating birth control pills. We have candidates vowing to get rid the main health care provider for low income women. We have another candidate who feels that women with children shouldn’t work outside the home. It’s sick. It’s 2012 FFS!

      • Tiffany says:

        Wow, I just read this about Arizona! Take it with a grain of salt (this is the first I have heard about it), but I hope it isn’t true!!!!!

        “Arizona legislators have advanced an unprecedented bill that would require women who wish to have their contraception covered by their health insurance plans to prove to their employers that they are taking it to treat medical conditions. The bill also makes it easier for Arizona employers to fire a woman for using birth control to prevent pregnancy despite the employer’s moral objection.

        Under current law, health plans in Arizona that cover other prescription medications must also cover contraception. House Bill 2625, which the state House of Representatives passed earlier this month and the Senate Judiciary Committee endorsed on Monday, repeals that law and allows any employer to refuse to cover contraception that will be used “for contraceptive, abortifacient, abortion or sterilization purposes.” If a woman wants the cost of her contraception covered, she has to “submit a claim” to her employer providing evidence of a medical condition, such as endometriosis or polycystic ovarian syndrome, that can be treated with birth control.

        Moreover, according to the American Civil Liberties Union, the law would give Arizona employers the green light to fire a woman upon finding out that she took birth control for the purpose of preventing pregnancy.

        http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/14/arizona-birth-control-bill-contraception-medical-reasons_n_1344557.html?ref=politics

    • badrockandroll says:

      I’m not American, but I am following this with interest as I truly believe in the domino effect, and things like this can cross borders. But aren’t there privacy laws in place that prevent an employer from asking about an employee’s personal life? Without such laws, an employer can ask if a person is gay, or if a person is pro-gun, or anti-capital punishment, and thus hire and retain staffon considerations that are not relevant to the job. And what if a male employee has a family drug plan, and submits his wife’s Rx – fired? Crazy world on the horizon…

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        I was wondering about that, too. I started thinking of an episode of King Of The Hill wherein Hank tries to use all of these covert (but entirely transparent) manoeuvers to find out whether applicants he was interviewing were married, Christian, et cetera. This was after Peggy revealed to him that asking people is illegal. He would ask things like, ‘We all worship Jesus, here, how about you?’ or something to that effect.

        How would an employer even know if a person had lied about the reason for taking bc? Is someone monitoring her movements, making sure that she never decides to marry

        I’m not American either, but it seems like President Obama’s team could be doing a premature little happy dance, (for now, at least) because he’d be picking up a lot of independents, undecideds, females and more moderate conservatives with all of these Limbaugh Resistance Army-ers popping up.

        Santorum is such a joke, and not just because of his name. So, he’s allowed to get a bunch of advanced degrees, but no one else who decides that she or he would want that didn’t decide that of their own volition, the scary black liberals brainwashed the termerity to reach for that kind of success into them, right?

        Well, since all of these people are too dumb to even know that they can pursue a career other than ‘St. McDonald’s pulled me up from nuffin’, even more people are going to need social assisstance without school distracting them or bc to prevent another ‘welfare baby (that I’m sure Santorum, et. al have named ‘Briquilla Aquanetta’ in their minds’, meaning more cash out of fist for everyone else.

        Politics aside, you’d think there would be some resevoir of respect for what the president accomplished. Born to a single mother, raised largely by grandparents, works up through the ranks and becomes president without the aid of nepotism or legacy leaning. What the shit’s ‘elitist’ about that? Isn’t that the kind of ‘bootstraps’ story the GOP loves? Evidently not, when Santorum despairs that going to university turns you into an Obama lookalike. Yeah, the leader of the richest and most powerful nation in the world, at present. A mother’s tears. No, all he means is he can’t countenance the idea of a nation wherein people who aren’t Santorum lookalikes forget their ‘place’ (at his feet, shining his shoes) and search out a destiny that revolve around being lectured and punished by having their food stamp ration withheld for not licking his boots quickly enough.

        And how all these lowly women, low-income, non-WASPy career ruckus makers do about it, have another kid out of wedlock?’ Don’t you know that’s like Christmas to people like him? A whole new generation who has to meekly accept his paternalism and conditional concern. And if they don’t? Righteous anger gated community block party: let’s disseminate the scorn. I wonder
        over whom he’s getting a shame boner right now?

  11. ethosdino says:

    can someone clarify what exactly is going on with this hayden panettiere prostitution thing?

  12. Aiobhan says:

    I actually like her dress but she should have chosen another type of shoe. Maybe a strappy heel or even an open toed shoe. I think her style is fun- a bit dated and definitely too referential to be considered unique but I still like it.

    I said it yesterday and I will say the same thing today ” It is not him but I wish it was.” The clues that I read are more than likely red herrings to throw people off the real poster’s identity.

  13. juju says:

    she looks great I dont know what picture everybody is looking at !! but she looks fantastic !!

  14. Franny says:

    there wasn’t a Leann story today so I can’t post this, but I seriously LOLed at this picture of her:

    http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17gfo9fods76pjpg/original.jpg

  15. Hayley says:

    Love the dress. The bangs, not so much.

  16. ryan says:

    Nicole Richie looks like Jerri Blank. (sorry, Amy Sedaris)

  17. melibea says:

    I love her style!! but she really looks tired

  18. Magsy says:

    She has no talent and really what does she do? She was never really upfront about the extent of her drug use and anorexia. I still remember an interview with Larry King and she was high and not making any sense. I wish her, Paris, Lindsay, Britney, Rhianna, Kelly Osborne, and Miley Cyrus would all go away.