“Billy Ray Cyrus’s mullet seems kind of wilted and depressed, right?” links

Billy Ray Cyrus’s mullet looks kind of depressed, right? [Bitten & Bound]
Sarah Jessica Parker looks like she stepped out of 1976. [Yeeeah]
Lots of qualified, smart women could win big today! [Jezebel]
Kristen Stewart’s Leno interview. [I'm Not Obsessed]
America, we have a new plump kitty to love and fat-shame! [The Frisky]
Bruno Mars is the new Justin Timberlake (in a good way). [Wonderwall]
Taylor Swift is still texting Conor Kennedy?! [Evil Beet]
Blind item! A TV star who ruined a family & can’t get a job? [CDAN]
Donald Trump is such an a—hole. [Reality Tea]
Katie Holmes brings Suri to Broadway for work. [INFDaily]
Surprise! Rihanna & Chris collaborated on a track on her new album. [Bossip]
Jimmy Fallon’s dog is pro-Romney. [Seriously OMG WTF]
PopBytes is pro-Bronco Bama! [PopBytes]
Laura Linney is a crack thief! [CityRag]
Shaquille O’Neill bought a $250,000 home. Weird, right? [Limelife]
Details on Katie Holmes’s Broadway return. [Life & Style]
Nicki Minaj thinks she’s Mariah Carey’s match. How cute. [Hollywood Rag]

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  1. Hmmm says:

    God help me, I still find this man to be fine as hale. Must be a KY thing…

  2. MsMileHigh says:

    Mullet or no mullet – this man is hot. I used to date a guy who looked exactly like him. He even had the mullet. *hangs head in shame and swoons at the same time*

    Now, I will admit that sometimes (read: very often) he makes questionable hair choices. But, I can forgive that.

  3. WaywardGirl says:

    SJP’a daughter looks just like Matthew!

  4. Elceibeno08 says:

    Billy still got it in my book. I would hit it hard and repeatedly.

  5. Pamspam says:

    I think he’d look amazing with a shaved head. Seriously. Hot.

  6. ladybert62 says:

    He is a good looking man.

  7. hillbillyinthecorner says:

    He’s a Kentucky boy !……….

  8. titillating tuesday says:

    We attended Miley’s 16th Birthday Party concert at Disneyland in 2008 (Hey! Don’t judge – I have kids!!! LOL). Before the concert, “celebs” walked down a Disney path in parade fashion posing for pictures and signing autographs – Steve Carell, Cindy Crawford, the twins who play Zack and Cody among others . . . AND Miley-Gurl’s family – Miley’s mom, Meema and Billy Ray. I have to say, Billy Ray was the nicest guy. Some of the celebrities completely snubbed the kids; but, he shook hands, stopped and posed and signed autographs with as many kids / people as possible. And he was really sweet about it. I had to ask him to wait for a second photo with my son as the flash didn’t work the first time. He didn’t even think twice – no problem.

    And – go ahead and shoot me. But, in “real life” – he’s very handsome.

    P.S. The mom and grandma were very nice, too. Miley . . . not so much.

  9. susan says:

    I’ve seen him in person, close up and he is a very very attractive man! It seems like most peope make fun of him but he takes it in stride because he can sing, made his money and has a nice life, and that was before Miley became famous!

  10. jwoolman says:

    He was really good as the dad in Hannah Montana – he brought a welcome mellowness as an antidote to the usual Disney School of Overacting. My guess is that the parade of celebs willing to play wacky characters in the show was because of him – my bet is that he’s well-liked. Whatever his daughter made on the show pretty much stayed in trust for her. Miley verified that her parents were paying her expenses just as they would have if she weren’t working, they weren’t dipping unduly into her paychecks. Her dad is worth quite a bit of cash, he doesn’t seem to have expensive tastes and hasn’t been wasting it.

  11. Silly says:

    Wig. The hairline seems to have drooped forward an inch. Bet he’s bald.

  12. haha says:

    Lets call this poem: midlife crisis.