“Robert Pattinson visited sick kids at an LA hospital a few weeks ago” links

Robert Pattinson visited sick kids at the Children’s Hospital in LA. [Evil Beet]
Jessica Biel’s Italian widow gear was terrible. [Go Fug Yourself]
Promo for The Walking Dead Season 4. [Moe Jackson]
OMG, this story is absolutely awful. [CDAN]
Would you sell your wedding gifts online? [Jezebel]
Shocking no one, media watchdog groups are pissed about Miley. [Bitten & Bound]
So, basically Farrah Abraham is a hooker who gets paid with Amazon purchases. That’s what it sounds like. [Reality Tea]
Amazing beauty queen answer of the year. [Bossip]
Henry Rollins made an appearance on RuPaul’s Drives. [PopBytes]
There’s a new trailer for the Carrie remake. [Seriously OMG WTF]
Tim Gunn has some thoughts on the fashion industry’s size standards. [The Frisky]
What happens when a dude has long, pretty hair? This. [OMG Blog]
The ten worst-dressed people at the VMAs. [Yeeeah]
1D’s Zayn Malik doesn’t know who he’ll choose as Best Man. [Life & Style]
Baby rhino is in charge! [Hollywood Rag]

 

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  1. HappyMom says:

    I seriously don’t understand why people are so furious that Miley wrecked a “family show”. In what world is MTV family friendly? The lyrics of almost all of the popular songs are raunchy. I can’t believe people would let their kids watch the show and then be angry about what they’re exposed to.

    • Anna says:

      And why is nobody up in arms about the fact that GAGA was in a G-string and pasties? That outfit alone made Miley look demure. But not that was ART.

    • Andrew says:

      Exactly. I put this on a different forum. I mean Miley should be called out for such an awful performance, but I’m not going to dog her for being innapropriate. Since when is a show that glorifies sex and everything else ever been appropriate for children? I guess a lot of parents didn’t realize how raunchy Miley had become until now, so I don’t exactly blame them for being shocked how ‘Hannah’ has turned out. But still, VMAs are never appropriate for children to watch.

  2. RocketMerry says:

    Team Tim Gunn!
    Repugnant standards, indeed.

    • Chloeee says:

      Yeah, honestly yeah it was crude but we’ve seen this stuff before. My thing is at how bad and unnatural it looked coming from her. Not to mention her
      voice. But groundbreaking levels of lewd? No.

    • blue marie says:

      agreed, Tim Gunn rocks!!

      as for Miley, VMA’s have never been family friendly so, get over it. I wasn’t a fan of the performance but if she wants to hump furries, and point to her vag with a foam finger then gross but it’s not a huge deal. this reminds me of Janet Jackson and all the hub-bub of the Superbowl. You know I never saw her nip during the live show (cause I run my mouth during half time) but I saw it on the news for days and days, they simply made it worse and then the FCC ridiculousness..

    • islandwalker says:

      Team Gunn here too. I am in my 50′s and very petite. There are very few options. I either have to shop in the childrens dept. or one of the “petites” depts where all the clothes look like they were made for a 1950′s school marm. Where is the fashion for the modern adult small women? There are a lot of us and we have the income but no where to spend it. I have plus size friends and they have the same issues. Get with fashion designers! You are missing a huge market.

      The case in Montana is reprehensible. That judge is a disgrace.
      P.S. Couldn’t care less about all the VMA b.s.

    • Tulip says:

      Agree! Tim Gunn all the way! :)

      And I hope that decision is overturned in Montana. The judge should lose his job for that. He was dealing with a rapist and pedophile-wtf was he thinking?

  3. nycmom says:

    I watched with my young teen. I actually found Miley interesting as she explores and evolves as an artist. She is 20 going in 21, not a teen. Once upon a time Basquiat was a graffiti artist who evolved, Madonna was a girl who couldn’t sing live dancing in Area and The Garage (NYC clubs in the 80′s). I think as an artist you have to stretch. Disney dictated who and what she would be for a number of years. Now she can be who ever she wants to be.

    My teen said gross and went back to intagram.

  4. Florc says:

    The Montana story has put me in a bad, bad mood. How did this man become a judge? I hope this story gets picked up by national news and the rapist and the judge are publicly humiliated.
    That poor girl and her family. This is the worst.

  5. IWantToLiveInNew York says:

    Thanks for changing your ‘favorite sites’. I meant to post last week when it happen, but forgot. These sites are much better, gossip wise.
    (I feel the need to point that this is still the best site and I spend most of my time here.)

  6. nycmom says:

    The comparison is not to Basquiat, Madonna or any artist per se, just that each artist has a path of growth and development. Some grow and branch out, others find a road and only travel along that path. I enjoy risk in art. So what it was a mess, she will learn and grow from it. Because my now teen loved Miley when she was younger I know more about her than I needwant to. While not my taste she was talented at what she did imo.

  7. Andrew says:

    The Careee remake looks really good to me. I love Moretz…I just hope it’s not a play by play of the original. I mean I think it should not deviate away too much (gotta keep the fans happy and respect the original), but I don’t want an exact remake. Looks fun though!

  8. Corrie says:

    Pattinson’s done good! All that needs to be said.

  9. Tiffany says:

    Tim Gunn….I.LOVE.YOU!!!!! That is all.

  10. Legal Annie says:

    Hopefully, this will help him with his loneliness. There is no better ‘cure’ than helping others.

    • Emma says:

      Why would helping others make you feel less lonely? Fleeting casual interaction with children you dont know? It might make you feel good inside for helping them but how unlonely could it make you?

      • mslewis says:

        People who are “lonely” are not lonely because they have no one around them to talk to or have lunch with or, whatever, they are lonely because they don’t feel attached to anyone. Sometimes, giving yourself to others (visiting sick children, helping out in soup kitchens, etc.) brings you out of yourself and make you feel unselfish and less lonely. It’s not a cure all but it helps. You don’t expect to become “attached” to them in any way but just knowing you did something for someone other than yourself is a good thing.

      • Amory says:

        Because it makes you realize that your problems are not so bad, and human interaction like this is always good for the soul. Study after study suggests that helping others boosts your mood.

      • Just Me says:

        It’s called perspective. It’s what normal people gain when they visit dying children.

  11. Mrs.Darcy says:

    I admire that Pattinson did this without a photo op, it says a lot about him.