“Shia LaBeouf seems genuinely less cracked-out these days” links


Shia LaBeouf cleans up & hangs with girlfriend Mia Goth. [Socialite Life]
Just in case you wanted to know how J-Woww’s vadge is doing. [Starcasm]
Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi celebrate six years together. [Evil Beet]
Jackie Chan’s son was arrested for drugs in China. [CDAN]
Chris Brown is “charitable” these days. [Celebslam]
Introducing artist Marina Abramopug. [OMG Blog]
So many tuxedo kitties! [Jezebel]
Elijah Wood & Sasha Grey made a movie together. [I'm Not Obsessed]
Annie Lennox has a new album, y’all! [PopBytes]
Lindsay Lohan shades James Franco, I guess. [Bitten & Bound]
Five people who should really be “impeached”. [The Frisky]
The KKK is heading to Ferguson, because of course. [Bossip]
Bryan Cranston was totally on Baywatch. [Seriously OMG WTF]
They should make Mindy Kaling into a cartoon. [Life & Style]


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  1. don't kill me i'm french says:

    He takes a shower every day! It changes a guy!

  2. Mia4S says:

    Yeah….we will see. He’s a child star, good at putting on the required face to keep the money rolling. If what happened in NYC was genuine he needs a LONG period of treatment. I doubt he will get it.

  3. Kiddo says:

    Mindy Kaling is pretty damn cute without being a a cartoon. Chris Brown kind of has a cartoon outfit on, but charity, good for him. Do you think Annie Lennox will be twerking in a video? I think Bryan Cranston has secretly been on everything.

  4. k says:

    12 step programs work – its up to him from now on if he works them. Best of luck Shia!

  5. Dany says:

    I hope he succeeds.
    I´ve seen Teenie-Shia in “Holes” recently. Wonderful movie.

  6. Size Does Matter says:

    I kind of wonder if Brad Pitt told Shia to clean up his act before the Oscar campaign kicks off.

  7. deftie says:

    I think I have a really weird mind. First time I read KKK heading to Ferguson, I thought “why the hell are going Kardashians to the place where people are protesting”? It took approximately five seconds of wonders till I remembered the other KKK.

  8. doofus says:

    wow. his GF is the blandest, most plain looking “movie star” I’ve ever seen.

    does she not have eyebrows?

    • Dani says:

      Right, where are her brows??

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      I normally don’t say stuff like this but she REALLY needs a little make-up. She’s one of those women that goes from incredibly plain to really pretty with some lipstick and mascara (do a google search if you don’t believe me).

      Oh man…I can’t believe I just said this chick needs to wear makeup. How anti-feminist.

      • Liv says:

        I don’t know if it’s just the makeup. She would look less oops-I-just-fell-out-of-bed-like if she had done her hair or something. She looks very sloppy.

      • word says:

        There are many pics of her and Shia together where she is not wearing make-up. I think she likes the natural look and it’s great Shia does too. We shouldn’t be telling women they have to wear make-up. It’s such a bad message. He thinks she’s beautiful the way God made her, and that in itself is priceless. It makes me like Shia more.

      • Sullivan says:

        @ Word: Hear, hear. Makeup isn’t mandatory, thank God.

      • Josefa says:

        I think when TOK (or pretty much everyone else in these forums) says X celebrity should wear more makeup or style her hair a certain way, they are just saying they’d look more attractive to their particular tastes that way.

        Mia shouldn’t wear more makeup if she doesn’t want to, but if she asks me, I’d say she looks much prettier with some. And maybe Shia would disagree with me. And I definitely wouldn’t mind.

      • homegrrrl says:

        I thought the exact thing- at first-, like wowza supah plain. But then I looked closely…she has beautiful shiny natural hair, no gross mom tan tan, and a very sweet face. She’s actually really cool, and pretty. We just don’t reckon with normal untouched stuff in these here hollyweird parts

      • Dani says:

        Don’t be sorry Kit, I feel the same. Maybe I’m vapid but I think makeup is a great thing and just a little bit can go such a long way. No one is saying she’s ugly without makeup. Makeup isn’t to hide the uglyz it’s to enhance your features. The least she could do is draw on some brows.

  9. NorthernGirl_20 says:

    The situation in Ferguson is just getting scary.

  10. An says:

    Why are the KKK going to Ferguson???! They’re not needed, for anything, ever.

    Edit: Apparently they’re holding a two-day fundraiser for the cop that murdered Mike Brown. SMH. Crazy-as* people.

  11. Ll says:

    Sasha Grey, the pr0n star and Frodo? Weird.

  12. maria says:

    i love shia. he is a good guy. i wish him all the best.

  13. mikkie says:

    I’m glad Shia appears to be doing better, but I really wish he’d get rid of those boots!

  14. smee says:

    Then why is he still wearing those combat jeggings?

  15. Elizabeth says:

    I live in St. Louis & it’s my community that is being ruined by the very few people hell-bent on not protesting but destroying. I think I can safely speak for the vast majority of my city in saying the LAST damn thing we need right now is a visit from the Klan.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      It is so sad that you can have THOUSANDS of people peacefully protesting, but then when 20 people come along and loot, the entire community gets hurt from it. It’s a very tragic situation.

    • Josefa says:

      Oh God. I can relate to the feeling. I’m chilean, and whenever I went to a protest for education everything was going SO smoothly and great and then bam! a bunch of idiots come and hell raises. And obviously then the media made us all look like criminals.

      Best of wishes to everyone in your community.

    • JustChristy says:

      I think people forget, two wrongs never make a right. I understand acting out, due to fear, hurt, and the rightful outrage of a group who is still marginalized. But acting how the powers that be expect you to behave is playing right in to the mouthpieces that say stupid sh!t like “he had it coming.” From my very limited understanding of this situation, he was a young guy who may or may not have made a mistake. If we’re going to go around killing people for that reason, we’ll all be dead soon. I don’t agree with violence in response to violence, but certainly get why it’s happening. No citizens of any area deserve to live in fear from the very people in charge of their protection. And these “protectors” need to remember, you shoot not just at someone who may or may not be doing wrong; they’re also someone’s son, daughter, uncle, friend. They matter.