Kylie Jenner: Stormi RUINED My Body!

OK, so it’s been five months now since Kylie Jenner gave birth to her daughter, Stormi.

She’s been a mother for five months, and it’s still just too wild to believe, right?

In 2028, we will still be talking about how wild it is?

Probably, yeah, to be honest.

Kylie Jenner gave birth to her first child at 20 years old, the father is some guy she’d been dating for a couple of weeks before getting knocked up, and it’s literally always going to be a crazy story.

But this is just the way things are now, so at some point, we just have to get used to it and carry on.

And judging by this new video Kylie shared on her YouTube channel, she’s carrying right on with her classic vain ways.

The video is a Q&A with her best friend, Jordyn Woods — they asked for questions on Twitter, picked some out, then discussed them.

First, they talked about how they met (through mutual friends in middle school, nothing too thrilling there).

Then they answered a question about which one takes the longest to get ready (Kylie) and a question about Kylie Cosmetics.

But then someone asked Jordyn about her weight loss, and that’s where things got interesting.

Jordyn said that at first, she wasn’t intentionally trying to lose weight, but when she did start trying, being consistent was key, as was figuring out a way to enjoy working out.

Kylie told her that she motivates her, then revealed that she’d “planned my first workout on Monday” — it sounds like she hasn’t worked out at all since giving birth.

“I’m not even doing it to get in shape,” she explained, “even though after Stormi I feel like people think that I like bounced back super fast, which I guess I did.”

She said that people “get the wrong idea on Instagram sometimes,” because everything is not totally back to normal with her body.

“Especially at such a young age, to see your body go through such a change,” she said, “and it is physically, emotionally and mentally a challenge.”

But she added that pregnancy is “also a beautiful thing, and it was such a great pregnancy and birth and I’m so happy and I would have done the same thing over again.”

She’s not the greatest at maintaining one train of thought, huh?

But she tries, bless her heart.

Getting to her original point, she revealed that “my boobs are like three times the size, which bothers me. I have stretch marks on my boobs, my stomach isn’t the same, my waist isn’t the same, my butt’s bigger, my thighs are bigger.”

“It’s just a change, and honestly I’m finding like I have to change my style a little because nothing in my closet fits my from before.”

“I really want to gain my core back,” she added. “I feel like I have fake abs now, like it’s just genetics, but I want real abs.”

“I know I can have a super fit body, but just for my health, I want to do this.”

It’s not surprising to hear any of this — we’ve heard rumors for a long time about how insecure her pregnancy had made her.

Which, to be fair, is totally normal, especially for someone like Kylie, a young woman who’s built much of her career on being hot.

It’s very possible that her body will never go back to the way it was before, even with the help of plastic surgery or Snapchat filters or whatever else.

But if working out is going to make her feel better, then more power to her, right?


Ashley Jones Slams MTV: Being on Teen Mom Ruined My Life!

The Teen Mom/16 and Pregnant franchise has been a source of constant controversy since day one.

Some critics complained that the show glamorized teen pregnancy for an impressionable audience, while others have argued that the shows are exploitative and take advantage of young women at the most vulnerable points in their lives.

Lending credence to the latter argument is the fact that many of the moms who have appeared on the series have publicly clashed with producers, often complaining that they were villainized and intentionally misrepresented.

Jenelle Evans has lashed out at producers on social media, even going so far as to accuse them of negatively affecting the outcomes of her many custody battles.

Farrah Abraham was recently fired by MTV, and she’s since seized every opportunity to call out Teen Mom OG showrunners as manipulative opportunists.

And now, one of the franchise’s newest stars has added her voice to the chorus of outrage.

Ashley Jones was featured on the first season of Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant.

And as The Ashley’s Reality Roundup points out, Jones was very unhappy with the way she was portrayed on the series.

When the above photo of Ashley appeared on Instagram, she took to the comments section to air her frustrations:

“I love how the other girls are all smiling and happy and you choose to post none of those happy moments for me,” Ashley wrote.

“The whole season I was edited to look like a monster. Joining this show was by far the worst decision of my life.”

She added:

“All those hours of filming and all the positivity I spread and y’all didn’t show any of it.

“No trust for the producers or anyone else that works on the show and knows the kind of person that I am but says nothing to editing.”

Jones also stated that the fights between her and her boyfriend, Bar Smith, that were shown on the series were entirely scripted.

“If you want to see how me and Bar really are, on a daily basis without these edited ass scripted fights join my YouTube channel,”  she wrote.

Jones went on to allege that there was a racial component to the biased editing, writing:

“It’s funny how the black girl is always made to look mad and ignorant.”

Some fans were sympathetic, but most seemed to feel that it was Jones who made herself look bad, not the show’s editors:

“YOU made yourself look mad and ignorant,” wrote one viewer. “Has nothing to do with you being black!”

“If you would have checked out all the other [‘Teen Mom] social media accounts beforehand you would have known how to act appropriately when the cameras were around so they don’t make you look like a trashy monster,” chimed in another.

Ashley may not wish to return for another season, but she certainly proved she’s capable of carrying on a proud Teen Mom tradition by clashing with fans on social media!


Kailyn Lowry: Chris Lopez Ruined Men for Me!

Kailyn Lowry … the girl's love life isn't boring, we'll say that much!

She always seems to find herself involved in some sort of drama or another, whether it's with exes, or — no, come to think of it, it's pretty much all drama with exes.

Although she and Jo Rivera, the father of her first son, Isaac, are on good terms and have been for a while, we can't say the same for her relationship with Javi Marroquin, the father of her second child.

After countless cheating accusations, a trip to Marriage Boot Camp, and just so many hurtful words and actions in general, Kailyn and Javi's divorce was finalized in late 2016, right around the time she got pregnant by Chris Lopez.

We're still not sure exactly what happened there, but it seems like Chris was a friend from college who she was occasionally hooking up with, and obviously they weren't too careful with birth control, and that's how little Lux came to be.

We do know that she was never in a relationship with Chris in the same way she was with Jo or Javi, and that Chris had another girlfriend throughout most or all of her pregnancy.

She's accused him several times of being a deadbeat dad, and he's denied those accusations, but since he refuses to appear on Teen Mom 2 and since he's not out there doing interviews or anything, we really don't know the specifics.

All we know for sure is that whatever went down between Kailyn and Chris was very, very bad.

And in this new sneak peek for this week's episode, she says it was bad enough to turn her off of men altogether.

In the clip, Kailyn's with her podcast crew, getting ready to record an episode, so they're talking about possible topics for discussion.

Her co-host, Lindsie Chrisley, suggests they talk about freezing eggs, but Kail has a different idea in mind.

"Truthfully, Lindsie, I'm gonna be honest with you, like I wanna talk about how I wanna bleach my asshole," she says. "I wanna talk about that."

Whatever floats your boat, girl.

Another friend asks what the point of such a procedure would be, and Kailyn explains that "I would want it to look clean if I were having sexual relations with someone."

Fair enough.

Another possible topic would be dating, but she says that's "too complicated," and knowing what we know now, about how she hooked up with Javi for a little bit and also dated her friend Dom, that seems accurate.

Someone asks if she was looking for a girl or a guy, and she says that she doesn't have a preference, but "I feel like a girl would get me more, like they have more patience."

"But," she adds, "I also compare everybody to Chris, and right now, every guy is like Chris, like, I want nothing to do with you."

It's not like that relationship somehow changed her sexual orientation though — she's always been open about being bisexual, and she had dated women before him.

But after having been with him, she says "I just want to stay far away from men."

Again, fair enough.

Her hookup with Javi happened after the conversation would have taken place, so obviously she's not swearing off the entire gender, but if she wants to be a little more cautious about who she dates, more power to her.

Watch Kailyn explain her feelings about men (and about her butthole!) in the video below:

Kailyn lowry chris lopez ruined men for me

Tarek El Moussa: Fake News Ruined My Marriage!

Reportedly, Tarek El Moussa is dating a lingerie model. But right now, he’s focused on talking about his show and his family and his former marriage.

And he points the finger at one factor that he believes causes problems for him now and may have even led to his divorce:

Fake news.

In December of 2016, Tarek and Christina El Moussa announced their split.

This was crushing news for fans of the couple and of their series, Flip or Flop.

The context for their split, however, was positively alarming.

The two of them separated after an insane gun incident in which Tarek stormed off into the woods after the couple got into an argument.

At the time, there was a genuine fear that Tarek might harm himself. Fearing the unthinkable, Christina called the police.

Tarek would later say that he brought the gun with him to fend of wild animals if need be, but it was a frightening incident and, afterwards, they decided that it would be best for themselves and their children if they parted ways.

Speaking to Fox News, Tarek El Moussa blames “fake news” for his marital troubles. Not entirely, but … you’ll see.

He starts off by speaking about divorce in general.

“Like any couple that’s getting divorced it’s very, very difficult obviously.”

There are easy, amicable divorces in this world, but they’re rare. A divorce that both partners enjoy is usually the result of a loveless-from-the-start marriage where the two either have so much or so little money that they refuse to fight over it.

He acknowledges that divorce is hardly unique.

“Half of the nation is divorced [but] because of who were are, being on TV, and people knowing who we are, it was a very public divorce.”

Clearly, that’s beyond the scope of most people’s divorce experiences.

And he emphasizes that fans are still consuming updates on how things are going.

“And it’s still a very public divorce.”

Clearly — he’s talking about it, and we’re all listening.

After setting up the context, he goes on to say that his experience is worse since he’s famous.

“So I would say it has been a lot more difficult than it would have been if it was private.”

You have to worry about what people will think or what they might be saying, every step of the way. Then there are the concerns that your career might get derailed.

“Obviously, if you’re on TV, you’re in the public so our private life is completely open.”

More or less, sure.

“Everybody knows everything about us.”

He then says that it was “very frustrating” to hear a lot of what he refers to as “fake news” about himself and his marriage.

And that goes for his divorce and or his personal life.

“Fake News” is one of those buzzwords that’s been jumbled from its original usage.

When it first rose to prominence in 2016, it referred to news stories that were deliberately fabricated by those reporting it — stuff about Illuminati-style conspiracies.

But then, like a babbling toddler repeating words he’d just heard, Donald Trump used the word to describe legitimate news reporting that he just doesn’t happen to like. That opened up floodgates and has continued to have global consequences.

In the case of celebrities like the El Moussas, however, there is sometimes genuinely fake news.

That should not be confused with gossip stories that discuss rumors, however. Just saying.

Tarek goes on to acknowledge that, despite the pitfalls of fame, the public’s awareness of their lives contributes to Flip or Flop‘s success.

“Today, there’s like a hundred house flipping shows and I truly believe what makes our show successful is our dynamic as investors and as a family.”


“When we first came on the air we were really young. We were a young couple that had everything we had on the line.”

And he thinks that this translated through the screen.

“I think… people were able to read that through the screen and they’ve watched us grow as a family. They’ve seen us have children and raise our children and move houses.”

It arguably helped change the landscape of this type of show.

“And it’s just been kind of not only a TV show about flipping houses, it’s been a TV show about our lives as well.”


Brendan Fraser: I Was Groped By the HFPA President and it Ruined My Career!

Brendan Fraser was once a major movie star. He was in beloved classics like The Mummy and The Mummy Returns. He made audiences swoon with George of the Jungle. And then, years ago, his career just … vanished.

In a stunning new interview, he’s revealing exactly what happens. Part of Fraser’s story is a #MeToo story.

Be warned — he gets pretty detailed, but it’s definitely worth the read.

Brendan Fraser’s GQ interview is a powerful but grim look into the life of a fallen star.

The title, “Whatever Happened To Brendan Fraser,” really sets the grim tone.

There are sweet parts — it opens talking about his horses, how his teenage son is on the autistic spectrum and enjoys the repetitive action of brushing the horse and that the horse appreciates it.

He mentions that a number of factors pushed him away from the acting spotlight.

He had multiple surgeries for injuries on film sets (seriously, this guy’s movie career is the story of injury after injury), his mother passed away from cancer, and he went through a painfully contentious divorce.

But one big factor was his very own #MeToo story.

Brendan Fraser describes his accusation against Philip Berk, former President of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, in an alleged incident from a 2003 luncheon.

“His left hand reaches around, grabs my ass cheek, and one of his fingers touches me in the taint. And he starts moving it around.”

That is a description of sexual assault. And Brendan Fraser talks about how that broke him down.

“I felt ill. I felt like a little kid. I felt like there was a ball in my throat. I thought I was going to cry.”

Countless victims blame themselves, for what happened to them and for how they responded. Brendan Fraser is among them:

“I became depressed … I was blaming myself and I was miserable — because I was saying, ‘This is nothing; this guy reached around and he copped a feel.’”

Brendan Fraser admires the bravery of the stars who’ve come forward as part of the #MeToo movement. He even knows some of them.

“I know Rose [McGowan], I know Ashley [Judd], I know Mira [Sorvino] — I’ve worked with them. I call them friends in my mind.”

Like with many friendships, they’ve grown apart.

“I haven’t spoken to them in years, but they’re my friends.”

He applauds the courage of the people who stepped forward and are helping to make the world a better place.

“I watched this wonderful movement, these people with the courage to say what I didn’t have the courage to say.”

He did eventually receive an “apology” letter from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, but he says that it wasn’t a real apology.

“My apology admitted no wrongdoing, the usual ‘If I’ve done anything that upset Mr. Fraser, it was not intended and I apologize.’”

He says that, after that, he started receiving viewer and fewer invitations to the Golden Globes.

This is a movie star, folks. This is a man whose role in George of the Jungle was a sexual awakening for plenty of Millennials. And he just … stopped being invited.


“Am I still frightened? Absolutely. Do I feel like I need to say something? Absolutely.”

But, like countless others, he did not.

“Have I wanted to many, many times? Absolutely. Have I stopped myself? Absolutely.”

This is heartbreaking.

But there’s good news — his career is getting back on track after this lengthy hiatus.

He’s on The Affair and he’ll be on the upcoming FX series, Trust.

One can’t help but wonder how his career and life might have gone differently if the culture that enables sex monsters to act with impunity were a little bit different.

We should note that perhaps the best part of the episode is when Brendan Fraser gets emotional and processes it by firing a bow and arrow before offering it to his interviewer to try.