“Selena Gomez looks even younger than usual in her V shoot” links

Selena Gomez

The Lolita vibe is strong in Selena Gomez‘s V magazine shoot. [Evil Beet]
Calvin Harris looks Photoshopped in his skivvies. [Dlisted]
Sandra Bullock & Louis had so much fun at Mardi Gras. [LaineyGossip]
This is what it’s like to live in snowy New England now. [Buzzfeed]
The Pirates of the Caribbean 5 plot summary = HA. [Pajiba]
Is Kesha smoking the fashion crack lately? [Moe Jackson]
Colin Farrell‘s shirtless yoga ‘stache is surprisingly hot. [A Socialite Life]
Lisa Kudrow wore a cute dress to the Writers Guild Awards. [Go Fug Yourself]
Afroman punched out a woman & there’s a video. [The Blemish]
Emmy Rossum went cleavag-y at the Designers Guild Awards. [Popoholic]
The Situation loses the “tan” from gym, tan & laundry. [Reality Tea]
Amber Rose dressed up as a sexy bird for Trinidad carnival. [Wonderwall]
Nick Nolte could use a few showers and some sleep. [Celebslam]
Which cable tv actor went a little crazy at Mardi Gras? [CDAN]

Selena Gomez

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  1. aims says:

    How old is Selena?

    • Otaku fairy says:

      She’ll be 23 in July.

      • Katie says:

        She’s only 23?! I guess since she was a child actress and in the spotlight forever already, it seems she should be older

    • Bluebear says:

      I’m sorry that I’m hijacking your thread, but I am thoroughly disgusted with this website for hiding Afroman punching a woman on stage in this little “links” section. This site loves to expound on the concept of feminism, but when a man knocks out a woman on stage (and the world argues that she deserved it) they don’t even feel the need to write an article about it? This is what is wrong with the world today. This website spending damn near a month going over the outfits women are wearing on the red carpet, and whether or not they are slutty or appropriate, then burying a story like this in their links section. For shame.

      • Kitten says:

        I’m gonna defend Celebitchy on this one.

        If you spend enough time around here, you’ll notice that Bedhead, C/B, and Kaiser usually write about their favorite celebrities (respectively) as well as cover stories on celebrities that are very well-known or in the press often.

        As horrific as the story about Afroman is, I honestly had to google to find out who the hell he was–never heard of him in my life and I doubt many people have. I think that the Celebitchy writers didn’t cover the story simply because this guy is a nobody. Also, this story isn’t gaining a lot of traffic in the media at large because of the same reason–no one’s ever heard of this dude.

        It’s not to diminish how appalling the story is, it’s just to explain why (I think) it wasn’t a headline over here.

        Anyway, that video was SO hard to watch. Ugh.

      • WardLittell says:

        Yes, I agree Kitten, for exactly the same reasons.
        Bluebear it wasnt long ago that this site was aflame about some well-known rapper’s opinions on guilt-free rape, or that NFL star’s spousal abuse. These guys were rightly torn to pieces during very intense discussions, by no means one-sided. But had the men been unknown, who’d have leapt into the fray? Everyone would be rightly outraged, but that doesn’t make a debate. That’s what’s so valuable here, imo: seeing differing views exchanged, new information bolstering arguments etc. It’s educational.
        I reckon Celebitchy never avoids a serious matter that drifts into the gossip net.

      • B says:

        I concur w/ Kitten’s response (and WardLittell’s comment), for all of the above reasons (and I already thought about posting similar comments, but Kitten articulated them perfectly).

        I had to Google Afroman as well, no clue who the heck he is, and what he did not okay; but perhaps it will garner more social media on another site, and perhaps you can post the link elsewhere to promote more awareness?

        They are doing their jobs as writers and journalists well here at Celebitchy. They are hitting major headlines and providing intelligent, timely commentary (including the commentators’ posts), writing skills (and providing links to others’ articles).

        I give this site such a top-rating for journalistic qualitiy/newsworthy reporting, commentators and intelligent gossipy snarky fun at the same time. Thank you!

  2. InvaderTak says:

    Aw, she can’t help her baby-face. Its frustrating to actually want to look like an adult in your 20’s and not have a mature looking face. Trust me. Ruins everything sometimes.

    Edit: ok wrote the above before viewing the shoot photos. Geez Louise that’s almost nasty. She can’t do much about her face BUT SHE CAN NOT DO THAT. That’s some toddlers and tiaras crap.

    • Fancyamazon says:

      Isn’t it awful? I clicked expecting – I don’t know what, but it was not that. She doesn’t even look as young as she usually does, she looks like a younger version of herself, like it could be a younger sister or cousin. CREEPY and just wrong.

      • Irishserra says:

        Agreed, very awful. She’s a beautiful young woman, but I don’t like the message that dolling down (or up, for small children) like this sends to pedophiles and the like.

    • Kasia says:

      Head of a 7-year old glued to the body of a grown up woman. Downright creepy.

    • Eleonor says:

      Creepy as hell.
      But as a former baby face myself, if she takes good care of her skin and does not mess with her face, she will be thanking her genes during all her 30’s and more.
      And she will be magnificent.

  3. bettyrose says:

    snowed in = snow day = cuddled on the couch with pets , brandy , and CB. Am I missing the sucky part of snowmageddon?

    • Kiddo says:

      Don’t venture into the Redmayne post.

    • kri says:

      @bettyrose-ain’t life grand?! your day sounds v. similar to mine. Sigh. It’s lovely. On Selena-those pics are ruining my Snow Day vibe.

    • Kitten says:

      Snowed in = cabin fever = inability to get out and do normal everyday activities = looking forward to shoveling 3 times a day (which entails walking every shovelful of snow to the end of the street) because at least you get to leave your house

      Snowed in = crippled public transit system = angry people stuffed into suffocating trains = insane traffic because no one is taking the train because it’s broken = two-way streets made into one-way streets because of the width of snow banks = near-fatal car accidents because you can’t see around a 15 ft high snow bank = a 15 minute commute to work turning into a 2 hour commute = angry boss because you’re late = being trapped on a sidewalk (AKA snow canyon) behind an 80 year old person when you’re already late coming back from lunch and your boss is already pissed up about you being late this morning.

      Ignorance is bliss, because I don’t wish Snowmageddon on my worst enemy. It’s a nightmare.

      • Delta Juliet says:

        Don’t get me started :/

      • FLORC says:

        I honestly feel your pain. I came home one day where an inch had fallen and started shoveling to get ahead of it. I woke up several times last week thinking it was my shift to shovel the driveway. I had a dream about shoveling! That was the whole dream!

        The snow tunnels have been fun though. Unless you are stuck in it with unfun people.. Or gassy people.

      • Kitten says:

        “I had a dream about shoveling! That was the whole dream!”

        LMAO! Oh my god, that is hilarious ๐Ÿ™‚

        The worst for me was this past Sunday, when myself and six other neighbors were shoveling out our cars. People on my street are using large trash cans on boogey boards to drag snow to the banks at the end of my street or carting their snow in sleds, but I was just using my shovel, which was annoyingly labor-intensive. Anyway, I finally finished and was getting lots of compliments (“whoa, I’m impressed!” and “wow, way to go!”), high fives, and the likes from fellow shovelers.
        And my street parking spot looked GOOD—I mean, you could see the pavement and sh*t and my car looked like it had just come from the car wash-it was pristine and snow-free.

        So I went inside feeling like a baller, had a hot shower and made my tea (baller-style, of course). 45 minutes later I peak out the window to admire my handiwork only to see that a plow had gone by and my immaculate shovel job was sh*t again ๐Ÿ™

    • bettyrose says:

      Sorry, Kitten. ๐Ÿ™ I was enviously imaging the whole east coast just kickin’ it at home. Sure it’s 70 degrees here but I’m in a windowless office dreaming of going home to my furbabies.

  4. Rhiley says:

    I live in south so it has been cold here but nothing compared to what is going on up north. I do have a question for those dog owners who live where the snow has been extreme- how have your pups handled it? Can you take them out to do their business? My pup needs a certain amount of outdoor play time each day and really likes to go to the same spot for bathroom breaks so that much snow would really be difficult for her. Anyway, just thinking about your furbabies and hoping they are safe and warm.

    • Shannon says:

      I’m in Buffalo where we had about 6 feet of snow back in November, and record lows of -10 this past month. Our Australian Shepherd does ok, although because of the snow she gets a bit stir crazy with not being able to run around, but all in all she’s ok with being let out to do her business and come right back in. She doesn’t like the cold, but she can work with it. When we had the massive dumping my husband and I had to take turns shoveling a little 5×5 patch she could go in. Now, we have another rescue we got back in July and he’s likely a podengo pequeno (looks like a terrier/chihuahua mix). Winter has been AWFUL. After a few minutes outside he freezes up and can’t make it up the steps, so he has a jacket and booties. Booties aren’t always a great idea since the sweat can cause problems, but because he’s so small and freezes so easily we have to. You have to be forgiving of accidents inside as well – when we couldn’t keep up with the snow and it was too high for him to get through we had to just make sure he was always within eyesight and if he had an accident we were ready. We’re lucky we have a huge yard, but for people who have to walk their dogs, a salve on their pads is a must. It protects against cracking and over drying from the salt. Ultimately, everyone I know with pups just does what they have to do…it’s hard, but they’re worth it!!!

    • layla says:

      I’m in the Canadian Rockies, so this year our snow and cold has been VERY LEAN.

      But – my fuzz bucket (Lab/Shepard mix) will HAPPILY go out in all kinds of conditions.
      Umpteen feet of snow – No problem. The more snow the merrier he is!
      Minus 30 deg temps – No problem. I often freeze before him!

      In fact – he LOOOOOOOOOOOVES the snow (besides snow-fetch, SHOVELING is his favourite activity!) and I have to drag him in, often looking like a ton-ton !!!

      But he’s a mountain dog – summited many a peak, back country skiing with us etc – and not all hounds like the cold so much. Booties and coats for those less thick-furred friends!

    • FLORC says:

      Depends. I saw some people walk their dogs in the tunnels and pick up the droppings. Some lifted their pups to the top of the snow. Some made trails or mazes in their backyards for the pups to run.

      They deal with it better than we do.

  5. Jackson says:

    I would love to be somewhere snowy right now! Sunny skies and palm trees only go so far. Seriously. Big fire in the fireplace. Make some soup. No expectations to have to go and do and make the most of the nice weather. Damn. I need some snow.

    • Mel M says:

      No you don’t, trust me. I’ve lived in the Great Lakes area my whole life and lake effect snow effing blows. It takes forever just to get going. First pray that your loving husband has snow blowed the driveway, then bundle up you and kids, then scrape off car, then put kids in car, then try driving down roads that were plowed overnight but it’s been snowing ever since so it doesn’t look like it. Try getting anywhere in blowing snow going 20-25. Schools don’t close around these parts unless the wind chill is below zero or its snowed like 2 feet in two hours. I hate winter. It might be nice if you don’t need to go anywhere but that’s never the case here

      • Kate87 says:

        I would kill for a fraction of that snow. Headed into what will probably be our worst fire season in over a decade. Our little town was already turned on its head last year due to the Sand Fire and the King Fire. It may be miserable, but we need it so badly I wouldn’t complain. It’s February and I am wearing flip flops, a skirt and long sleeve shirt. There is something wrong with that picture.

      • I feel your pain Mel M–I live 20 minutes/10 miles away from LAKE SUPERIOR. Omfg it gets so bad.

    • Shannon says:

      I’m in Buffalo,NY and there has been so much snow it’s beyond depressing (although I had off from work for 5 days in November when we had about 6 feet so that was fun….shoveling, however, not so much. And forget snowblowing when it’s that deep). February is a tough month, most people are just over it. Especially when it’s in the negative and too cold to even do fun outside stuff. I would sell a kidney to be someplace warm and not have salt stains on just about every item of clothing I own.

    • Tippy says:

      The snow sux!!!

      More than 90 inches over the course of the past 3 weeks with no melting.

      Streets are barely plowed enough to accommodate the width of a single vehicle, roofs are collapsing on a nightly basis, MBTA commuters standing in fridgid wind chills for hours waiting for a bus or train.

      There was a woman on the news yesterday who became trapped in deep snow and described it like sinking into quicksand and felt as though she would eventually freeze to death.

      Unless you ski there’s no benefit to the snow.

      Living in a warm weather climate year-round allows for a much more productive lifestyle.

      • Kate87 says:

        Living in the warm weather climate is fun when we get a balance, but when the reservoir’s are so low that boating is no longer allowed and they start drying up, there is a problem. Everyone is put onto massive water restrictions, there is no skiing because there is no snow……. Longer, hotter fire seasons, loss of homes, animal habitats, and when the fire rolls through, there is nothing to save. I had to let my garden die out last year because of water restrictions and the cost of water. Food costs are going up, because there isn’t enough water to share between the farmers. Somewhat of a rambling post, just the things that come to mind when you have record low snowfall. I mean its February and we’re having small forest fires in areas that are should normally be covered by snow.

      • mimif says:

        Oh, you’re in the Sierras, right? I was just mentioning the snow pack down thread. CAL Fire is calling for the worst fire season ever…hope you guys stay safe over there.

      • Kate87 says:

        Mimif, I replied to you down thread too, lol. Yes, I’m just east of Sacramento in the Foothills. Apple Hill Country. It’s scary when things that should be covered by snow are already burning. We had two major forest fires here last year. The uncertainty, having friends staying with you because their home might burn down. I work for a small business and we know almost everyone that has had a home burn down. The saddest case is a family that has a son missing in EL DO Nat’l forest right where the King Fire burned. They sold everything to move here and look for him and bought a small cabin, and the cabin and all their supplies burned to ground. They are just now getting back on their feet. Trust me when I say that we will take any snow and as much snow as we can get.

      • mimif says:

        Oh, that is so sad, I had not heard that story. Well, here’s to hoping you guys get some snow. Wish we could divert some of the Northeast THUNDERSNOW and send it over here.

    • Delta Juliet says:

      Unless you live in a place (or work in a place) that expects you to come to work no matter what. And you either risk life and limb to get there, or go further into debt taking unpaid time off, because even if work is open, school is most likely closed.

      Trust me, it seems way more romantic than it really is. Add in what other posters have said about tremendously huge snow banks and dangerously narrow roads. All the goddamn boots, gloves, scrapers, the shoveling injuries, the ridiculous heating expenses. I’m really over it.

    • FLORC says:

      Jackson are you trolling us New Englanders? I am giving you such a death stare right now!
      Lots of snow to cancel out the day… Fine. Fire, soup, snuggles, work from home. All fine.

      Buckets and buckets of snow to the point where safety is a concern and you couldn’t even leave the house if you wanted to? Bad. Take away the option and you go nuts really fast. Like that itch you can’t scratch under a cast. It drives you mad.

      • Hautie says:

        If North Texas got 6 inches of snow on the ground. The place would just shut down. I can not begin to fathom the mayhem that would be here, if we actually got a foot of snow.

        And honestly, it sucks just as much to have 10 months of Summer. We have been in a drought since 2008. The lakes are below 40%. And it sucks. I would wish there was a way for that all that snow to be shipped here! Just to have it melt and get us out of this epic drought.

    • J.Mo says:

      I’m in British Columbia, Canada and one of our ski hills couldn’t even open this year. Daffodils are out, I miss snow.

  6. taterho says:

    Never mind

    ETA I’m gonna quote a great 21st century thinker.
    “Beep” – Mars Rover

  7. Loulou says:

    I actually kind of like Kesha’s outfit… Maybe I’m on the crack, too.

  8. Chesty LaRue says:

    Wow, those snow pics are unreal! As an Australian I’m kinda jealous but I imagine it would get old pretty quickly.

    • me says:

      Noooo you don’t want the snow. It’s horrible and shoveling is a b*tch. There will be a lot of people with back problems this winter. The funny thing is meteorologists predicted a “normal” winter this year. YEAH RIGHT !

    • mimif says:

      Yeah, where I live snow is fun for a couple days, then it melts and it’s back to our regularly scheduled programming of sun sun sun. I feel bad for those without heat, or homes, and the abandoned animals. Now I have the snow sads…

      • Kiddo says:

        There was some terrifying news, the other day, about some long term megadrought in the west. I thought about you and then oranges and every other food grown there.

      • mimif says:

        Yeah, all throughout the state they are cutting down the fruit and nut trees and burning them because there’s not enough water to irrigate, and there’s no snow pack whatsoever this year either. Reservoirs are so.low., it really is frightening.
        Our property is actually in escrow right now (!) because I want to head north before the mass exodus starts. How’s that for sensationalism?

      • Kiddo says:

        I’m sorry. I didn’t take it as ‘sensational’ at all. People (in general) take for granted natural resources like WATER; they think only about energy. That’s why it pisses me off so much when industry and government don’t give two Fs about polluting those sources.

      • mimif says:

        Oh Kiddo, my dear, I was totally poking fun at some of the politikos who refuse to acknowledge that we are knee deep in a water shortage of epic proportions. It’s been a real eye opener living off the grid and pumping our own water, in fact, I don’t even know how I’m going to go back to the “normal” lifestyle. Sh-t is about to get real. (How’s that for melodrama lol)

      • Kiddo says:

        You’re lifeSTYLE will never be ‘normal’, where ever you lay your head….for that I’m grateful.

        also () && and %!

      • Kate87 says:

        Mimif, where are you at? I’m in the Sierra Foothills outside Sacramento. I will do anything to get some snow. Naked rain dance, check……seriously anything. We drove over the Sierra’s into Reno last week and it was depressing.

        I let my garden die last year and I will probably not even plant this year due to water shortage and restrictions. I may pay more at the grocery store or farmers market for my precious tomatoes and its okay because my water bill sucks the big one.

      • Kiddo says:

        your, not you’re.

      • mimif says:

        I just replied to you upthread! ๐Ÿ™‚
        I’m in Mendo. We’ve had almost 50 inches of rain this season, which is awesome, but it doesn’t even begin to address the deeper issue(s) at hand. I fear for the Central Valley…
        *does a little rain jig for Kate87*

        ETA: @Kiddo, ur special. ๐Ÿ™‹

      • Kate87 says:

        Mimif, our favorite camping spot is just outside Mendocino. We’re in your neck of the woods once a year. Beautiful country, we love hiking along the coast and exploring the area.

      • Kiddo says:

        Yeah, I know what you mean by ‘special’.

        ETA: Is that ladyspam emoji sniffing her own armpit?

      • mimif says:

        @Kiddo, she’s checking to make sure the insect didn’t bite.

  9. WardLittell says:

    Rain hail sleet or snow…..Colin Farrell looks like he’d melt one’s icecap pdq. Rawwwwr.

  10. Deniz says:

    Aww I can relate. It’s really frustrating when you’re in your 20s and people still think you’re in high school. I think they should’ve kept her hair straight instead of curly since it makes her look even younger. Oh and since I’m 30 now I enjoy when people think I’m in my 20s ๐Ÿ˜‰

  11. Lama Bean says:

    I feel like these Calvin Harris pics are not new. I hate underwear crotch pics. But I love everything else about these pics. Climb it like a tree. All day. Personality be damned.

  12. LAK says:

    No matter what she wears, she always has the face of a five year old to me.

  13. Leslie says:

    She has that sweet little girl face, so it’s weird to see her trying to pose sexy. Those V magazine shots look like pictures for pedos.

    • Nicolette says:

      They do look like photos some pedophile would love. WTF? I am so sick and tired of women posing as sexed up little girls. There are enough sick people out there who do not need any encouragement. Stop posing in school girl outfits, baby dolls, thigh high tights and short skirts leaving little to the imagination. Pose as a woman not a pedophiles wet dream.

  14. Katie says:

    Worst shoot ever!!!!

  15. Vampi says:

    If it were Giselle or Heidi or whoever else in the exact same pose, clothes, makeup and hair no one would bat an eye. She cannot help her baby face.
    Face shaming?? ( kidding kinda sorta)

    • Amy says:

      It sucks for her but her personal struggles are just that. Heidi and Giselle dont look so young it’s awkward so they can pose in ways she simply can’t.

      I know she can’t help it and it sucks but ufortunately for the average viewer it’s a little creepy to see her this way and it doesn’t give the effect she’s hoping for. I see her as MORE of a child than less.

      • Vampi says:

        I agree with you Amy, I do…. Except for the part where you say, “she just simply can’t”….I mean…I “get” what you mean…,but again, she looks how she looks…so why should others of a similar age get a pass and she gets dragged for something she can’t help? It’s just sad to me.
        I have a friend with a baby face, and her life was (is) HARD! She was (is) gorgeous…but is always judged when she dresses like any other woman her age. They say she looks too young to wear a skirt like that, or hair like that, or makeup like “that”…. She really gets upset and cries. It may not be a common problem, and many of us may wish we had such youthful features….but while within that youth, it is not always so easy to just want to be an expressive woman and then to be told you are “too young looking” to exspress yourself so…just go away till you look more appropriate for mainstream America. I feel for her. For real. She cannot win here.

  16. Amy says:

    …I feel like I need to wipe my computer after seeing that Selena shoot.

    Ugh. It sucks for her to have such a baby-face but it’s starting to border on her using that image for sexuality than simply finding ways to be alluring that would work better for her. Seriously all that was missing in that photo shoot was one of her sucking her thumb and riding a wooden rocking horse.

  17. platypus says:

    She looks like a toddler and that was obviously their intention. That’s beyond “lolita”, isn’t it? Gross.

    Not saying she’s gross of course, but I have a young looking face too and I know I can’t curl my hair like that unless I want to look 8 yrs old. Don’t even know where to begin with the toddler cowboy costume and denim diaper.

  18. Kim1 says:

    So Sandra is in NOLA with her BFF Chelsea Handler
    Show me your friends…

  19. perplexed says:

    That photo shoot is unflattering.