Jennifer Lawrence Warns Women: Yo, Dick is Dangerous!

Jennifer Lawrence may have conquered dozens of other Tributes in The Hunger Games.

But there’s one thing the actress apparently fears more than cold, starvation, fire and a multitude of heavily-armed young men and women looking to erase her from the planet.

And that one thing is the male genitalia.

In a recent interview with Great Britain’s The Sun, Lawrence confessed that she often talks about sex, but this doesn’t mean she’s just out there having sex all the time.

She really only reserves her secret garden for serious boyfriends, in fact.

“I am all bark and no bite,” Lawrence explains when it comes to this very personal topic, adding:

“I always talk like I want dick, but the truth is when I look back at my sexual past it was always with boyfriends. I talk like I like it, but I don’t really do it.”

We think she means she doesn’t do it randomly and/or with just anyone.

You need to earn your way into Jennifer Lawrence’s bed, fellas!

The Oscar winner most recently dated director Darren Aronofsky, but split from him late last year.

As a result, the woman behind Katniss Everdeen is not aiming her bow in the direction of any long, hard arrows at the moment… if you know what we mean!

“I am not in a relationship,” she tells The Sun. “I am making it clear that I have not had sex in a very long time. I would like to have a relationship, [bu] it is hard out there.”

Why doesn’t J. Law just go out there and find herself a fling?


“I am mostly also a germaphobe. I have made it this far without an STI.

“Dick is dangerous. If I was at the point where I could get an STI, doctors have already been involved. That is how much of a germaphobe I am.”

It is true that Lawrence has delved into the topic of intercourse on many occasions in the past.

She once said her vagina made her scared, for instance, and she told Vogue in December of 2015 that “zero magic” happens in her bed, adding hilariously:

“Cheers to my hymen growing back!”

She was single at the time and actually talked pretty honestly about why this was the case:

“No one ever asks me out… I am lonely every Saturday night. Guys are so mean to me.

“I know where it’s coming from, I know they’re trying to establish dominance, but it hurts my feelings. I’m just a girl who wants you to be nice to me.”

AWWW, J. Law!

There has to be a guy out there who will be nice to you.

There just has to be.

And we bet he doesn’t have a sexually transmitted disease, either.

Just keep looking and just keep believing. It will happen for you.


Brielle Biermann on Plastic Surgery Rumors: It’s Just Puberty, Hop Off My Dick!

Brielle Biermann is just like her mama, right?

And honestly, that’s not exactly a compliment.

Much like her mother, Kim Zolciak, Brielle can be abrasive, inappropriate, and outspoken — and not in a cute way.

Remember a couple of months ago when she announced on Twitter that Kim was pregnant with her seventh child? And then weeks later she said that it was just a joke?

She explained then that she did it because she was annoyed at her mom, which is fair, but you think she’d be a little more careful, considering how famous her family is.

But when people were like “hey, maybe that wasn’t so cool,” Brielle did another weird thing that she does — she got super, super defensive and aggressive about it all.

“F-ck off,” she said in a statement to any naysayers.

“I understand I’m in the public eye and people are interested, but my life does not affect you, and until it does, just let me live my life the way that I want to.”

She’s said the same kind of thing many times, and it’s a fair statement to make, but also that’s just sort of how being a celebrity works?

You give up some privacy and open yourself up to criticism from strangers in exchange for being rich and famous. That’s the deal.

Poor little Brielle still doesn’t seem to grasp the concept though.

And so now we have a brand new rant, straight from her wacky little heart.

The subject this time around?

All those rumors about her supposed plastic surgery — the rumors that simply will. Not. Stop.

One of her followers asked her about the rumors on Instagram after she posted a photo of herself, and she went right the hell off on them.

“I did nothing but my lips!!!” she replied. “My face is fat right now i’m thicker than I usually am can all of you seriously f-ck off.”

“It’s my face,” she added, “if I wanna get 37 surgeries on it I will!! bye!”

It’s a little bit of an overreaction, but you haven’t seen anything yet.

A website picked up the story with her original comments on Instagram, because that’s the way celebrity gossip works, and Brielle was not having it.

She posted a thread containing photos of herself over the years, starting with this truly incredible picture that was taken when she was 13 years old:

After sharing all the photos, she wrote “People also grow up and as they grow up they change, they go thru puberty… if we all looked how we looked when we’re 14-18 we’d be ugly AF forever!”

“ALSO,” she continued, “if I wanted to re do my WHOLE FACE it does not AFFECT YOU WHAT SO F-CKING EVER! so hop off my dick.”

“Now can we PLEASE talk about something else!!! i’m literally SO bored of this whole face reconstruction guessing game.”

Oh, honey, we’re not bored yet. Not even a little.

It’s just fun to speculate because as the years go on, Brielle does continue to look different. And we’re sure a lot of that is just her growing up.

Much of it is also the lip injections she admits to getting, plus makeup and styling.

But her mother is Kim Zolciak, the woman who has been swearing up and down for years that she’s only had lip injections, a breast lift, and a tummy tuck while wearing an entirely different face these days.

So what are we supposed to believe?!


Dick Enberg Dead at 82

Legendary play-by-play man Dick Enberg — one of the most famous voices in sports history — has died, his family confirmed. He was 82.  Dick’s wife told reporter Bryce Miller he passed away at his home in La Jolla on Thursday. The family…


Dick Enberg Dies; Broadcasting Legend Was 82 Years Old

Dick Enberg, the Hall of Fame sports broadcaster whose work across various leagues and events endeared him to fans across the globe, passed away on Thursday night.

He was 82 years old.

Bryce Miller, a columnist for the San Diego Union-Tribute confirmed this unfortunate news in a Tweet, saying Enberg’s wife, Barbara, believed her husband died of a heart attack.

“Such a legend. Such a gentleman. There are no words,” Miller added in his post.

The announcer’s daughter, Nicole, told ESPN that the family grew concerned when Enberg didn’t arrive on his flight to Boston yesterday, adding that he was found dead at his home in La Jolla, a San Diego neighborhood, with his bags packed.

His loved ones are awaiting on an official cause of death.

Known for his catchphrase of “Oh my!,” Enberg was a fixture in American living rooms for decades, calling NFL and MLB games and Wimbledon for NBC, CBS and ESPN.

He was one of the few broadcasters who could easily switch between nearly any sport.

In total, he covered 28 Wimbledons… 10 Super Bowls … and eight NCAA men’s basketball title games, including iconic Magic Johnson-Larry Bird showdown in 1979.

Most recently, Enberg had served as the main play-by-play voice of the San Diego Padres, retiring in 2016 after seven seasons with the team.

Said that baseball team in a statement upon learning this sad news:

“We are immensely saddened by the sudden and unexpected passing of legendary broadcaster Dick Enberg.

“Dick was an institution in the industry for 60 years and we were lucky enough to have his iconic voice behind the microphone for Padres games for nearly a decade.

“On behalf of our entire organization, we send our deepest condolences to his wife, Barbara, and the entire Enberg family.”

Miller says San Diego has offered its home ball park to Enberg’s family if they wish to hold any sort of memorial there.

Over his career, Enberg won 13 Sports Emmy Awards and a Lifetime Achievement Emmy.

He even received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – and UCLA named its media center in Pauley Pavilion after Enberg this year.

Enberg retired with numerous broadcasting honors, including the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s Ford C. Frick Award, the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Rozelle Award and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame’s Gowdy Award.

He would have turned 83 on January 9.

Born and raised in Michigan, the legendary sports figure graduated from Central Michigan University, where he started his broadcasting career as an undergraduate.

He later moved to California, doing small screen work for the UCLA Bruins and radio work for the California Angels and Los Angeles Rams.

His death has reverberated around Twitter.

As you can see below, in a small sampling, nearly everyone in the sports broadcasting word had kind words to say about the late announcer:

enberg tweets

Enberg is the only individual to win Emmy Awards as a sportscaster, a writer and a producer.

On Thursday, an Enberg interview was published as part of his “Sound of Success” podcast.

His guest was veteran TV producer and executive Andy Friendly.

At one point in the extensive Q&A, Friendly stopped to share his admiration for the host, saying simply:

“You are one of my true heroes and one of the true greats of our business, Dick. It’s a real honor, and I’m not just blowing smoke, and I know your listeners know this already.

“I am talking to broadcast royalty today, and I am thrilled to be doing it.”

May Dick Enberg rest in peace.