Kristin Cavallari returns to the US after a 22 day extended stay in The Bahamas

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Modern family spring break

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Guys – GUYS, I have great news: Kristin Cavallari, Jay Cutler, their three kids, their hair colorist Justin Anderson and his fiancé, Scoot, are all safely back on US soil after a harrowing three weeks in isolation… on a gorgeous private beach in the Bahamas.

Mid-March, as US universities were already beginning to close campuses for public safety, the Cutler-Cavallari crew took the unnecessary risk to jet off for Spring Break. Had their intent been to spend their isolation in a beautiful island location, I would not have blamed them. The Bahamas at that point had practically no reported cases of COVID-19 and the US was falling deeper and deeper into the tragedy that was unfolding. But according to their increasingly tone-deaf posts, Kristin and Justin tried to portray themselves as victims of a travel ban that had not been put into place yet. So they posted several photos of their “pack” frolicking on a beach, pressed together and called it “social distancing.” Much like David Geffen’s yacht-isolation photos, this cast of Survivor: Bahamas could not read the room if their lives depended on it:

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The thing that matters most 💙

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Sorry, quick question – is “the thing” that matters most in this shot the children or the perfect shot of the idyllic surroundings that maybe 3% of the planet can afford to enjoy right now? Alas, even from their alienated quarantine, Justin the hair guy wanted us to know that they were, in fact, getting by:

Yes, people – let’s get ‘real.’ Look at how these people have toiled for two full weeks, in the sunshine and stunning backdrop of their host country. As Justin and Kristin continued to let the outside world know they were doing okay, people – possibly those who were in the grips of anxiety due to losing their loved ones, their source of income and possibly both – mentioned in their comments that perhaps these “poor me, I’m stuck in PARADISE” posts were not the best tone to set while the world choked, literally. The pair took very different approaches in their responses. Kristin changed course and while still posting striking photos of herself in ideal locales, she wrote captions that told folks the best way to find solace during hardship was to buy her stuff. Justin also continued to post enviable shots and videos, only in addition to mentioning their suffering under these ‘conditions,’ he added some postscripts in his captions that scolded anyone who wasn’t blowing sunshine up their @sses:

we’re on a beach stuck, we’re social distancing, this is an outside gym with ZERO human interaction, so calm your titties and realize we are doing the best we can. keep it sweet ♥️

In case you didn’t get his point that you needed to check your attitude, he reiterated his point just a few days later:

also, side note bc i like to keep the negativity at a minimum here: this is where we happen to be isolated, dont compare your situation or say something shitty and judgmental- just be positive bc i genuinely believe that being positive is what we all need right now.

So see, the issue here is really you guys, who are comparing your real-life situations in which the walls are closing in around you as panic grows, to his beach vacation that is likely being paid for by Kristin and Jay. I hope you take a moment to think about that.

Somehow, because as far as I’ve seen, restrictions have only gotten tighter, the family has returned from their self-imposed isolation to Nashville. Kristin is so distraught from her ordeal, she hasn’t posted a bikini shot in days! Justin, fortunately, put his own needs aside, once again, and posted this reflective shot carrying his cat in its $100 backpack on a bucolic road, void of humans (wasn’t that his complaint in the Bahamas?). He’s letting us know that he’s fine, the cat’s fine and he’s still just staying positive, y’all. You know, it’s true – not all heroes wear capes. Some wear straw lifeguard hats and string bikinis.

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  1. Sass says:


    I know I’ve said before how much I hate toxic positivity culture, but I’ve never mentioned how I think only true idiots ascribe to it.

    • ME says:

      It’s ironic coming from Kristin who has for years portrayed herself as a very mean and negative person on reality TV. Also, I’m sorry but I have zero sympathy and zero respect for ANY moron that decided to go on Spring break. They knew there was an outbreak. I can’t believe the Bahamas even allowed Americans on the island when America had/has so many cases of Covid 19. Insane that money trumps all.

    • Nikki* says:

      I’m positive I detest them!

  2. Ali says:

    Well I wish I was on a private island now.

    I wonder how other anti-vaxxers are doing?

    • ME says:

      Anti-vaxxers are probably the ones continuing to live their daily lives as usual. They aren’t afraid of deadly viruses so this new one shouldn’t be a concern to them right? Idiots, all of them.

      • chicken tetrazzini! says:

        I recently found out a former co-worker is anti-vax, she thinks that Corona might be a government conspiracy to mandate vaccines. I SHIT YOU NOT. My friend’s response to her was “I’m sorry you feel that way” and we all backed away from her like you would a rabid dog

      • ME says:

        @ chicken tetrazzini!

        LOL you guys had the perfect reaction. I’d stay far away from a moron like that !

      • julia says:

        @chicken tetrazzini I love your friend’s reply! “I’m sorry you feel that way” is my favourite passive-aggressive sentence to throw out there.

        As a non-native English speaker, it took me ages to understand it doesn’t mean that people are genuinely feeling bad for you, but that the actual translation is: “wow, that’s a completely idiotic point of view and I’m happy to report I don’t share it” hahaha! Love it

      • Oliviajoy1995 says:

        Kristin is an anti-vaxxer, right?

    • Jensies says:

      Nice thing is, she and her family were in Italy right before this. You know, the epicenter of the virus right before it exploded. So she did the responsible thing and came home and quaran—— lol no she up and traveled to a new country and potentially infected a whole swatch more people, if she’s an asymptomatic carrier. She’s trash.

      • ME says:

        Holy sh*t what a moron ! These f*cking anti-vaxxers care about nothing and no one. She probably thinks the virus is a “hoax” right?

      • Godwina says:

        Omg even worse than I thought. Awfulness.

    • Chica71 says:

      We have been on lockdown for past two weeks. They obviously got out undercover.

    • Adrianna says:

      When a vaccine comes out for Covid-19, I suppose this airhead won’t be getting it, nor any of her family members. I don’t understand why someone so irrelevant still gets her photo taken and has write-ups in magazines and on web sites.

  3. Erinn says:

    They ALL look like giant douchebags. Obviously for their actions – but holy hell they all have a major case of douche face too (kids excluded of course).

    I know that there weren’t full on travel bans and everything in effect at the start of March or whatever, but I just can’t imagine having decided to take a non-essential trip at that point. It might largely be because I’m overly cautious about things like that, but man. I just don’t think I’d have risked it.

    • Godwina says:

      The post above says “I don’t blame them” for flying out of US to an island with very few cases, but I do and so do medical and government authorities, who’ve been begging people since before then not to bring their cooties to non-cootie places. OK, maybe not the US authorities because of the cabinet of horrors y’all have, but in general, it was KNOWN. Selfish, thoughtless asses.

      • Erinn says:

        I will say I’m Canadian, so that might be some of the reason I extra don’t get it. I do think it’s pretty sketchy that they chose this time to travel to an island with very few cases – if everyone did that, the cases would skyrocket.

      • Godwina says:

        Yep. But everybody likes to think they’re the exception. The entitlement burns.

    • Veronica says:

      My company had already grounded us by the beginning of March. By the first week of March, I knew I’d have to cancel my trip to Britain. Only a fool would travel and think they wouldn’t be affected at that point.

  4. Spicecake38 says:

    I really don’t like these people.

    • Esmom says:

      Yeah, I was never a fan to begin with but mostly neutral. Now I actively loathe them and their hairstylist friends.

  5. josephine says:

    So she and Justin take a bunch of photos together and of each other? Seems like Jay Cutler is wise to keep out of the photos for the most part.

  6. Melissa says:

    We got caught on a barrier island in Honduras for an extra week. It was stunning and they took exceptional care of us because really couldn’t leave ( Honduras closed airports way before the US ). All of that to say we didn’t post anything beyond we are safe and flight info updates so our family knew what was going on. We were grateful and safe but watched this unfold from that place of safety before coming home to the reality.
    I guess I’m calling them obnoxious pricks.

  7. tempest prognosticator says:

    Nothing like a pandemic to bring the entitled assholes out of their McMansions.

  8. Louise177 says:

    I’m going to be positive: that cat looks so cute in the back pack carrier.

    • Esmom says:

      That was my only positive takeaway from this, too. I’ve aways wanted one of these!

    • JennEricaMS says:

      Yep, that’s all I’ve got too. That dude likes his cat and buys cool things for her seems to be his only plus at the moment.

  9. Kaya says:

    She’s an anti-vaxxer so her and her thirsty hairstylist being total obnoxious and un self aware assholes is unsurprising

  10. Lyli says:

    I can only hope flaunting your material wealth and expansive lifestyle on social media becomes frowned upon. Enough with this clown circus.

    • chicken tetrazzini! says:

      the tone of the internet joke “eat the rich” has shifted quite a bit in the last few months

  11. paranormalgirl says:

    I am LIVID. First of all, the Bahamanian medical infrastructure is not equipped to handle mass cases of COVID-19 brought in by selfish idiots who jumped in before the travel ban into the Bahamas. And there was absolutely NO travel ban on LEAVING the Bahamas. Only incoming flights and ports were closed. I, a part time (soon to be fill time) resident of the Bahamas and a doctor, chose NOT to leave my US home and travel to the Bahamas to minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19 there. And to post those pictures of them clearly enjoying their time there and yet, somehow complaining about it? Screw off.

    There are currently 40 cases in the Bahamas and 7 dead. That’s already too many.

    • Em says:

      YES, doctor as well and totally agree that that’s a high number of cases and deaths relative to the population. People are forgetting asymptomatic carriers are a potential means of community spread which is why their ignorance in ill-advised traveling to AND from their destination and likely interactions with people on the islands is so disheartening. We’re talking human beings here. Humans are notoriously bad at following directions and will claim they are “social distancing” while failing to recognize every interaction, shared space, every touch as a means of spread.

    • MM says:

      Plus- Hairdresser guy is holding an Albany cup which means he interacted with a bartender at least. I don’t call that isolation.

    • ChillyWilly says:

      SO well said, paranormalgirl.

    • Original Jenns says:

      Exactly. Of course we’d all love to be somewhere beautiful during this terrible time. But the writers on the site need to stop saying it’s not a bad thing to ride it out anywhere other than their own home (the same kind of comments were made about Sam Heughan in Hawaii). These people are taking away supplies from other areas that need them for their locals. They could start a pandemic and then leave the place in dire trouble. What is so hard to understand about staying in your own g-d house because other locations can’t make their health care plan and also take on tourists??? My state is incredible prepared. But we have limited ventilators, limited number of ICU beds, I can’t imagine the selfishness of not caring about the same for another location.

      And Kristin and Cutler have always been delusional selfish pseudo-celebs. Not surprising they think this is ok. Please, lets not give them any attention and let that be their punishment for life.

  12. Kate says:

    Lol If anyone cares, I bought that same black bikini top (3 bands in front, halter/cross in back) on amazon for 25$ bucks. It’s great for ladies with bigger chests.

  13. Suze says:

    She is insufferable. Anti vaccine, fashion posts under the guise of 9/11 remembrance and shilling her jewelry in current times…she is a walking definition of tone deaf.

  14. Valiantly Varnished says:

    Im from Chicago where we had the pleasure of having Kristen and her husband as residents when he played for the Bears. None of this is surprising. They are BOTH entitled a$$holes. And she’s an anti-vaxxer

  15. C-Shell says:

    Cavalleri, Paltrow and Spelling all in one morning … it’s too much. Too much, I tell you! 😫

    • lucy2 says:

      I know, I feel my blood pressure rising!

      I know a LOT of people who canceled their travel plans, well before these idiots flitted off to the Bahamas. I’m so sorry for anyone who had to deal with them there. Plus the nerve of her, crying for people to buy her jewelry so she can pay her employees, while she’s on a tropical beach.

      Also, all of her bathing suits are too small and look uncomfortable.

      • Desdemona says:

        One of my best friends canceled her wedding and honeymoon (in Naples)… Shevand and her boyfriend lost a lot of money but as she puts it :I’m alive.. And it’s just a backstep.. Happen, nothing I can do. “

    • Ripley says:

      Agree! Read the Paltrow post and this one, obviously. And now I cannot bring myself to read about Spelling’s grift based on the headline and these two posts.

  16. Beach Dreams says:

    LOL. Lovely to see that she hasn’t evolved beyond her bratty attitude on Laguna Beach.

  17. Andrew’s Nemesis says:

    Just hope she’ll continue to self isolate once she refuses the vaccine.

  18. Jillian says:

    I am truly grateful that these dumb fuckers no longer reside in my city (where everyone hated them, as is sensible)

  19. grumpyterrier says:

    She’s such a confident dick.

  20. Jules says:

    never heard of justin the hair guy before, but pretty certain he’s a douchebag.

    • damejudi says:

      He shouldn’t be bragging about his work. I don’t think KC’s hair ever looks that good.

      Now if he was LC’s hairstylist…

  21. Smacd says:

    On my island, 80-90% of our cases are from stubborn European and American tourists who just had to pop in for a vacation when this started. We do not have the infrastructure for this. Please stop.