“Channing Tatum called his girlfriend Jessie J ‘baby’ on social media” links

Channing Tatum calls Jessie J “baby” which… I’m okay with? [LaineyGossip]
Rob Lowe reminded everyone about his sex tape. [Dlisted]
Apollo Nida is getting out of prison early. [Starcasm]
I really dislike Brie Larson’s Rodarte ensemble. [Tom & Lorenzo]
Orlando Bloom & Katy Perry have differing wedding vibes. [Jezebel]
Zack Snyder had so many unrealized garbage plot ideas. [Pajiba]
Wendi McLendon-Covey looks like Virginia Madsen as a brunette. [Seriously OMG]
BTS covers Entertainment Weekly. [Just Jared]
Ashley Graham looks great in this silver dress. [Red Carpet Fashion Awards]

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  1. Lightpurple says:

    What they call one another is between them.

    • Shrute’s beet farm says:

      👍🏻 👍🏻 👍🏻

      I’m not a fan of the endearment but it’s not me he’s talking to so it’s not really my business, you know?

  2. FrenchGirl says:

    Rob Lowe seems to proud of his sex tape.Was it the one with 2 teens?

  3. Ripley says:

    It’s obviously his SO moniker if he was calling Jenna “Baby” for the Mother’s Day video when they weren’t even together.

    My feelings about Brie Larson’s outfit are weirdly very strong as I love her but that is an awful outfit. My 5 (almost six) year old is dying to see Captain Marvel. I want to take him, but worries too much for a 5 year old?

    • Usedtobe says:

      It bothers me when men are with different women and call them the same pet names. I work with a guy I’ve seen with 3 different long term girlfriends in the time I’ve worked with him and he’s called them all “baby” and “beautiful” and it makes me cringe. It’s not me he’s calling it but still I think (1) how generic can you possibly be? (2) really? can’t think of anything else? LOL. The worst is that he’s 44 and his current gf is 24 and when he calls her baby I giggle a little each time.

    • Kitten says:

      The skirt is cool I think but that jacket is just horrendous.

    • Juls says:

      I just saw Captain Marvel last weekend and I can attest that it is perfectly fine for a 5-6 year old, as far as content. No foul language or sexual content, etc. It’s a fun movie with a 90’s soundtrack that is pretty awesome. A 6 year old may not fully comprehend all of the plot, as it is a back-and-forth as far as present vs. past, but it is a fun movie and I enjoyed it more than I thought I would.

    • SKF says:

      I took a 6 year old and an 8 year old and they absolutely loved it! I think it would be fine foe a 5 year old.

    • Anya says:

      My 4.5 year old son saw it and loved it. It had 1-2 scary (for him) fights, but we cuddled, and it was fine.

  4. Valerie says:

    He’s not calling *me* baby, so, whatever. I think it’s gross, but if she doesn’t, it’s not my business.

  5. manda says:

    My husband and I call each other baby. We started doing it when we were young and it just stuck.

  6. Lina says:

    What’s wrong with baby? Is lover better? Idk what anybody is ok with anymore.

    • Erinn says:

      The word lover makes me want to vomit haha. So between the two baby is better I guess.

      That said – spent half my life with my husband. We don’t really do… cutesy nicknames. I sometimes call him boog – short for booger – or instead of “erinn” he’ll say “er”, or I’ll get some really obnoxiously over the top “hey miss pretty pants” when he’s sassing me haha. But we’ve never done nicknames in a serious way. It always surprises me when I hear someone do it in real life.

  7. Nichole says:

    Rob Lowe has always skeezed me out and I knew there was a reason why, but for the life of me I couldn’t remember what it was that he said or did. Thank you for reminding me. It really gets under my skin when he is celebrated.

    • me says:

      A few years ago he said that “good looking” people like him have it “tough”. LOL he got so much backlash for that.

  8. Lena says:

    Seems normal to me but I’m from the south. Baby honey sugar…,

  9. VeronicaLodge says:

    My b/f and I call each other baby all the time, also hamster and possum. To each their own.

    • dlc says:

      Hamster and possum!! Love that. My so and I tend to use babe. I also call him love. For some reason I call my dog my pretty princess, or my love sausage, or something else ridiculous like that. I’m fond of pet names. Nice ones tho, old man or old lady makes me cringe!

  10. Audrey says:

    I was at the dance club, Neo, in Chicago around the time the Rob Lowe video came out. I actually saw the video at the club, because that night, Rob Lowe WAS there dancing. He was not more than 3 feet away from me. This was a goth/punk/industrial club where everyone wore black and he showed up in a white Cubs jersey and was dancing, poorly, with a big-haired blonde. They both really stuck out. Anyway, the club had tvs to show music videos and I guess when the manager found out Rob was in the club, he put the sex tape on the tv! That was a fun night.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      Um, if the person in that tape with him was only 16 years old, wouldn’t that have been child p0rn that the club was playing for everyone?

      • Audrey says:

        You’re right! It was a fun night regardless of what was on the tv, though.

      • SKF says:

        That whole story was pretty ick. He picked up a 16 year old and a 22 year old in a club, took them to his hotel and the three of them made a sex tape. He was in town for the DNC… At that time he was a pretty hard partier. To be fair to him, he assumed a girl who was in a club drinking was legal – which is a pretty fair assumption to make. He also didn’t release the tape: the two girls stole his cash and took the tape while he was in the bathroom. So they actually released it of him one can assume. It wasn’t exactly a shining moment for him, I have no idea why he would bring it up! I don’t think anyone anywhere should be showing sex tapes that were released without the permission of all parties – especially when one person is under 18.

    • Lala11_7 says:

      @Audrey….I too used to frequent Neo on Clark…back in the day…on the way to Medusa’s or Cabaret Metro….Anybody else would have been dragged out into the street by their Polo collar back then…ahh…the 80s!!!!

      • Cleo17 says:

        YAAAASSSS! I would throw on the ripped fishnets I hid under leggings (so as to not attract attention from my parents) pair them with my Doc combat boots & bright red lipstick, and then dance the night away. Or at least until the earlier hour that they closed the club because it was all ages night. Ministry, The Cult, New Order & Depeche Mode – those were the salad days.

  11. What fresh hell says:

    Good ol’ Channing here has always seemed about a chromosome short.

  12. JRenee says:

    How TF did Rob Lowe avoid jail time with that tape??

    • me says:

      He said he didn’t know the girl was only 16 because she was in a club and drinking. The age of consent in whatever state he was in at the time was 16 so he got off. However, the girl’s parents won a civil suit against him for an undisclosed amount of money claiming Rob used his “celebrity status” to lure their daughter into doing a sex tape.

    • Otaku fairy... says:

      But men have it so much harder, u guys!

  13. MangoAngel says:

    I like pet names in relationships, assuming both people in that relationship enjoy them. My husband and I rarely use each other’s actual names, unless something’s wrong and we’re trying to convey urgency in getting each other’s attention. It’s always “sweetie” or “baby” or “honey.” Nothing too sickly-sweet, but we both enjoy it.

    • Carol says:

      I like pet names and feel very strange that we are all deliberating on what someone should be able to call someone else in private. I use “sweetie” a lot – for husband, kids, dog, child I don’t know who just bumped into me, etc. Husband thinks it is funny that he has the same endearment as the dog, but using his actual name at this point almost sounds harsh.

  14. Um says:

    What’s the issue with calling her Baby? What’s an acceptable pet name to call her?

  15. Reeta Skeeter says:

    I’ve called everyone I’ve ever been with baby, and so have they.
    I’ve also used other pet names like ‘bear’ for example, but baby is always my go to. Don’t get what’s bad about baby? I think it’s a sweet and perfectly fitting word to call your partner.

  16. Felicia says:

    I have 2 single guy friends, mid to late 50’s for both. One is more of a player than the other other, but it’s really just a matter of degrees.

    The one who is the biggest player calls pretty much any attractive woman “baby”. I asked why once, and he said that it saved him from having to remember their names.

    I can always tell when the other one has a new lady friend because when he’s talking to me, I start getting “baby’d” too. I can only assume that all of his girlfriend’s get called “baby” and his brain forgets to kick out of that if he’s been saying it a lot and is then talking to a female friend. Lol