Meghan Markle Rocks Sexy Santa Outfit, Reminds Us Prince Harry Is a Lucky Man

Before Meghan Markle met Prince Harry and became future royalty, she was just another Los Angeles-based model and actress with dreams of success and stardom.

Sure, she enjoyed some pre-Harry success and lived out every young girl’s dream of starring in a USA Network legal drama, but like so many others struggling to make it in Hollywood, Meghan had to pay her dues.

And in her case, that meant holding a briefcase and pretending to be amused by Howie Mandel.

Fortunately, Deal or No Deal was taken off the air due to a government probe into the inhumane demands of its producers.

Or it was canceled because everyone got sick of watching a super-elaborate version of “guess how many fingers I’m holding behind my back.”

We forget which.

Whatever the case (pun fully intended), there’s been a resurgence of interest in the show now that one of its former models is soon to become a royal.

And this week, the retroactive ogling has taken on a seasonal tone, thanks to this photo of Meghan wearing a sexy Santa outfit.

Unlike the other girls, Meghan seems to be genuinely enjoying Howie’s antics in this pic, which is a testament to her acting ability.

It’s also a reminder that Meghan is the opposite of a stuffy royal, which is probably exactly why Harry was drawn to her.

And of course, like the now-famous photo of her in college, this pic reminds us that Meghan hasn’t aged, and presumably will never age.

That’s also a pretty nice bonus for ya boy Harold.

In a way, we suppose being a briefcase girl on Deal or No Deal is pretty good preparatin for life as a royal.

You have to spend a lot of time standing around and pretending you’re not bored out of your mind.

You have to feign joy whenever the peasants get all excited.

And of course, you have to await the deaths of those more powerful than yourself, so that you can move up the briefcase girl line of succession.

We’re pretty sure that’s how it works.

The important thing is, Meghan proved that the always-questionable sexy Santa get-up can work under certain circumstances, and for that, we thank her.


Little People, Big World Fans are Actually Dragging Ember Over This Outfit

Little People, Big World viewers may be growing a tad anxious for the TLC series to return.

We say this because a handful of these fans are growing a bit salty online.

We’ve taken note of this on a few recent occasions.

For example, Audrey Roloff recently received backlash for the outfit she wore to the doctor’s office.

We’re not kidding. We’re totally serious.

Some Internet users gave Roloff flak because she donned ripped jeans for a check-up.

Elsewhere, meanwhile, Amy Roloff can scarcely do anything without hearing from a certain segment of her followers.

She is somehow still getting grief for keeping her last name after she and Matt filed for divorce.

And now it’s Ember Jean Roloff’s turn to face the insulting music.

Yes, Ember Jean Roloff. The baby who was born in September.

You won’t believe what some folks have said in response to the precious photo above.

Amy shared the picture on Saturday, along with a caption that reads as follows:

“Cute aggression has peaked. I’m going to have the wrinkliest lips when I’m older from curling them in and squeezing them together – aka making “the face” as Jermey calls it.

“It’s the cute aggression face.

“I make it when I think Jer is really cute, or Pine is really cute, but it’s a whole new level with Ember…

“Sometimes my lips even get sore. Anyone else?”

How adorable, right?

Audrey can’t stop smiling over her daughter.

Nope, wrong.

Some trolls out there found something to criticize about this image of mother and very young child.

“Why always the ugly brown tights?” one critic wondered upon seeing the snapshot, while another added:

“Very cute but she is never dressed (with) nice little colors.”

What can even be said about these pieces of criticism?!?

If you find it necessary to say mean things about how a mother dresses her baby, perhaps you ought to take a long hard look in the mirror, as opposed to at that baby’s ensemble.


Just don’t do it, okay?

Thankfully, Audrey isn’t letting the backlash get to her.

Far from it.

She’s just savoring every second she has with her child.

“I’m torn between wanting her to fit in my palms forever, and being so excited to watch her personality unfold,” Roloff recently explained on Instagram, adding:

“When I catch a gummy grin or listen to her little owl sounds I can’t help but unravel with joy.

“These are moments without the pressure of time, fully embraced and deeply cherished. Baby girl, you are a blessing, heritage, and reward.”

Amen, Auds.


Audrey Roloff Actually Got Trolled for THIS Outfit

Audrey Roloff recently announced that she is taking a break from social media.

And we don’t blame her.

Not one bit.

The Little People, Big World star referenced a re-commitment to God and religion upon telling followers last week that she’d be sharing fewer photos online.

But we bet her decision also had something to do with the grief she receives from trolls on a constant basis.

Take the above example, for instance.

Several days ago, Audrey took her precious daughter, Ember Jean, to the doctor’s office for a required two-month checkup.

“Ember’s two month check up! Getting so tall and so strong,” Roloff wrote as a simple and encouraging caption last Wednesday.

Good to know, right?

Fans were appreciative of the quick update and had nothing else to say on the topic, right?

Yeah… right. We wish.

Sadly, a handful of critics took issue with the attire Audrey wore to this appointment.

We wish we were kidding.

“Ripped & torn up. What a mess to go to the doctors office!” wrote one troll of Audrey’s jeans, while another had this to say:

“Put on a decent pair of pants to wear to a medical professionals office.”


FIRST, ripped jeans are actually considered a fashion forward statement these days. People pay a lot of money for this look.

SECOND, why does any stranger care what Audrey Roloff wears on any occasion?

THIRD, she is at the doctor’s office, not a baptism. What are people talking about?!?

Fortunately, we were not the only Internet users to rush to Audrey’s defense in light of this unfair and unwarranted criticism.

“I’m a doctor,” one individual even wrote. “Trust me when I say we don’t care at all about what patients or parents wear to the office.”

Another another defender:

“U can’t B serious, can U haters?”

We wish we could say this was an isolated incident, too.

But Roloff once got slammed for this Ember ensemble, while a few trolls dared to claim she was placing her child in danger simply because Amber was lying in a bouncer while surrounded by some wet wipes.

We’re serious.

Click below to see what we mean:

Thankfully, Audrey has taken the high road.

With a relative newborn at home, she has more important things to worry about than what some losers say via the World Wide Web.

“I posted this pic of Ember and i on my Facebook page . . .” Roloff wrote in reference to the first photo above, adding:

“And this was the top comment LOL.”

Audrey then shared a screen capture of the top comment, which read: “why would you wear those jeans to a doctors appointment?”

We’re glad she can laugh out loud about it.

We’re less glad that people on the Internet can suck so much.


Audrey Roloff: Mommy-Shammed Over Little Ember’s Outfit

The Internet can be such a cruel place.

This is a mostly obvious statement, we know.

But sometimes we get stark reminders and it makes us sad.

Take the vitriol being aimed in the direction of Audrey Roloff, for example.

The Little People, Big World star gave birth to her first child on September 10, a precious girl named Ember Jean.

Since then, Audrey has been candid about the fact that she’s in a lot of pain breastfeeding and is likely even suffering the effects of postpartum depression to some extent.

“I was well prepared for the pain and suffering that comes with childbirth, but I was not prepared for the pain and suffering that comes afterwards,” Roloff admitted in a recent Instagram post.

She went on to say how she’s been feeling “frustrated, discouraged, and heart ached” over the struggles with her daughter, insisting, of course, that she will “persist.”

We salute Audrey for her honesty.

And we can’t believe there are trolls out there who would prey upon such a vulnerable new mother.

But Audrey shared the above photo on Facebook this week (“Baby girls got a furry friend and it’s not Pine,” she wrote as a caption) and then suddenly found herself the victim of online attacks.

“Omg . . . She is so cute. Not crazy though . . . how her mother dresses her. What happened to cute little dresses . . . not ugly colored leggings. Lol . . .” someone actually wrote.

Yes, this individual felt a need to call Audrey out because Ember isn’t wearing a dress in the picture.

God forbid, right?!?

Added another pathetic critic:

“She cute. But not a fan of the outfit. Creepy brown tights. Why not a colorful beautiful dress! The onesie needs help!”

And a third critic snipped: “Lose the Aunt Jemima scarf!”

And a fourth: “Love the Roloff family…but please, is Audrey trying to turn her baby into a mini model already?!?”

Shaming famous mother is, sadly, nothing new for Internet users, of course.

Poor Olivia Wilde just received backlash for giving her son a kiss on the lips.

But this is maybe the first such incident we can recall when morons with no life harassed a celebrity simply over a pretty basic outfit she dressed her child in.

What happened to basic human decency, Twitter? Come on now!

We strongly hope Audrey isn’t overly affected by these off-base critiques and that she keeps sharing cute pictures of Ember with us.

Because we think she’s perfect.

And we offer up the following images as evidence:


Ariel Winter Sticks it to Haters with Skimpiest Outfit Yet!

This goes beyond a "boob window" and enters territory that we don't quite know how to describe. A boob … balcony?

Whatever it's called, Ariel Winter is rocking something that goes well beyond underboob or cleavage in a shredded white crop top. She's living her best, hottest life.

And we don't claim to be mind-readers, but we have a sneaking suspicion of what motivated this public display of boobage that you can see below.

So what exactly is she wearing in the images that you'll see in the video below?

A slashed white PrettyLittleThing crop top that bares the undersides and the inner sides of her breasts, in a material so thin that you don't need Cara Delevingne's vaunted sixth sense to know where they are.

You can just … see them.

Other than that, she's wearing comfy-looking red pants with black boots. And her hair is up in a ponytail. Like, this is just an outfit that she wore around town.

First of all, obviously, Ariel Winter doesn't need any excuses or whatever to wear whatever the hell she wants.

Breasts are just lumps of tissue, albeit very aesthetically pleasing ones. 

She's an adult who can make her own choices, and whether or not they're the same ones that you or I would make is frankly irrelevant.

Getting upset because of someone else's wardrobe is like getting upset because someone else ordered pizza toppings for their own personal pizza that you don't like.

The fact that many places forbid women from going out in public while topless but allow men to do so is absurd and, many say, a point of contention for those who seek gender equality.

That said … we do think that Ariel may have had a motive.

Recently, Ariel Winter's infamous mother, Crystal Workman, did a TV interview to try to slut-shame Ariel for the way that she dresses.

You really have to have a lot of nerve to criticize the way that your daughter lives, after your own parenting was so bad and allegedly abusive that a court allowed Ariel to become an emancipated minor at 14.

Ariel has accused Crystal of restricting her diet from a shockingly young age (to the point where one of Ariel's instructors would covertly order extra food to sneak some to her).

She has also accused Crystal of violent, physical abuse and of emotional abuse.

it sounds like Ariel escaped from a truly awful childhood.

Unlike when her mother allegedly forced her into wildly sexualized outfits when she was as young as 12, Ariel is now a 19-year-old adult.

She's free to wear as much or as little as she likes.

Ariel has already responded to this in two ways.

First, she retweeted someone else's tweet, where they referred to Crystal Workman's whining. The fan noted:

"All i know, is if i [were] trying to reconcile with my daughter, i wouldn't be bashing her on a interview… but that's just me."

It's not just her, really.

Ariel Winter then posted her own not-so-subtle subtweet:

"Very sad when someone chooses a public forum to reach out to someone. Also sad when that reach out comes in the form of criticizing."

Quite frankly, that's a heck of a lot nicer than most people would have been, given Ariel's history with her mother.

All of this came on the heels of Ariel Winter's epic Instagram rant when she talked about how people respond to her photos.

(Ariel's no stranger to white crop tops, but the ones that we've seen her wear in the past were a good deal tamer)

To us (and again, we're not mind-readers) this new, wildly salacious crop top that you'll see in the video below is a huge middle finger to not only her awful mother but to all of her haters.

There's a powerful feeling to ignoring the voices that are trying to bring you down and control you.

With results like this, we think that the people complaining that Ariel Winter should cover up are definitely in the minority:

Ariel winter sticks it to haters with skimpiest outfit yet

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