The Daily Mail isn’t in the business of giving Christina Aguilera a break. Thankfully, The Scrawn won’t let the Daily Mail’s irresponsible reporting go unnoticed.
Here, the rag proves that it can’t make up its mind when it comes to women’s bodies. What’s the difference between “flaunting your curves” and “making a spectacle of yourself?” Apparently, the mean is Christina.
Source: Daily Mail
Let’s get something straight. The Daily Mail “likes” “curves” (wrap your mind around those quotation marks). But there’s a bloody limit! How dare actress Natalie Cassidy wear form-fitting “skinny” jeans that aren’t black?
To be perfectly fair, the Daily Mail doesn’t actually call her “fat.” But they strongly imply it by saying that Cassidy “squeezes herself into a pair of tight-fighting bottoms,” that they accentuate her “larger bottom,” and that her “ill-advised” jeans did “little to complement her figure.”
Their advice to Cassidy? “Natalie should have attempted to dress up her figure a little.” In other words, wear a potato sack until she’s presentable.
Source: Daily Mail
Writer: Daily Mail Reporter
Photo: Splash News
By Hollywood standards, a man like Matthew Rutler deserves a golden shrine and a cult of followers. According to Us Magazine, Christina Aguilera’s boyfriend loves her, lock, stock and barrel.
“I love my body. My boyfriend loooooves my body. My son is healthy and happy, so that’s all that matters to me,” Lady Aguilera told Marie Claire magazine.
To remind us why this merits any mention at all, Us treats us to a whole slideshow on Aguilera’s body, from her itty-bitty teenage frame to her voluptuous adult figure. They tell us it’s her “Body Evolution,” but it might as well be called “From Skinny to Not in 13 Photos.”
Source: Us Magazine
Photos: Getty Images
Since Cheryl dropped the “Cole” from her name and officially declared independence, the English tabs have been waiting for her to mess up. The Daily Mail thinks they nabbed her with a photo taken from a strange angle, which suggests she has a “rounder face.”
The headline also promises a “fuller figure,” but that comes into question when you actually take a look at the photos.
Either I’m too far-sighted to see the difference between the “before” and “after” shots, or writer Simon Neville’s standards for skinny are extraordinarily high.
This is what Cheryl looks like when she gives fat face.
Source: Daily Mail
Writer: Simon Neville
Photos: Xposure Photos, Flynet Pictures
In the next Cosmopolitan issue, cover girl Khloe Kardashian dishes on her mother’s inconsistent expectations regarding her weight.
During an episode of Khloe & Lamar, Kris chided Khloe for not keeping her weight in check. In response, Khloe told her mother to fuck right off in a more elegant way than usual.
“To tell me I’m ruining a whole brand because of my weight gain makes me feel like shit,” she said. “Get over yourself. You’re such a fucking raging lunatic and you’re so evil. I’m too fucking fat, too fucking fat. Do you want me to get pregnant? Do you want me to lose weight? You tell me you want me to have a baby every second, but I can’t be on some crazy diet. I just don’t get what you want out of me!”
Sadly, Kris’s behaviour is as erratic as the media’s.
Source: Radar Online
Photo: Wenn & Cospopolitan
When celebrities eat pizza, it usurps things like casualties of the Texas tornadoes.
Source: Just Jared
In the latest issue of Glamour magazine, Lauren Conrad models swimwear and shows some leg for the first time since having her cellulite splashed all over the Internet. “A couple years ago someone zoomed in on my cellulite and it was so mean,” she tells the magazine. “I took it really personally. I haven’t worn a bathing suit in L.A. in years because of that.”
Without an ounce of irony, some of the same blogs are now reporting on this Glamour coverage.
Photo: Stella Pictures