Reports surfaced yesterday that Kesha is suing her producer Dr. Luke because he was "sexually, verbally, emotionally and physically abusive toward her." She says that she "a lot of trepidation" about going forth with the lawsuit, but we're glad she has found the courage to speak up.
Dear Kesha, I've been there. No, I've never had a No. 1 single, I've never toured the world (though I did act as a roadie in Japan once, which was awesome), I've never collaborated with Iggy Pop, I've (thankfully) never worked with Dr. Luke, and I'm allergic to cats, so I'll never have a Mr. Peeps of my own. But what I did have, like you, is an experience with sexual assault.
I miss watching Sex And The City characters Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte navigate the New York dating pool, especially now that I am living here. There are so many advances with dating that the show never covered before it ended, like texting and online dating. It would be great to see Carrie Bradshaw on a Tinder date.
Hey ladies, sometimes you just gotta dump that chump. I find myself saying that a lot when I watch movies. Dumb or dopey boyfriends are a big trend in Hollywood. It's really easy to create some sort of conflict, pair up a regular old gal with some buffoon and see what happens! An it's the worst in horror movies. In other genres, the guy is just a bad boyfriend. In scary movies, however, his bad relationship skills are getting people killed. Which is way worse than just like, not supporting his girlfriend's dreams or something. These guys really are the worst boyfriends ever.
The Walking Dead is one of those shows where I don't know if I like it or not. I watch it, I've seen every episode, but if someone asked me if I liked it I wouldn't know how to answer. I like the comics it's based off of, but the show is very different than the comics. For example, things happen a lot in the comics. On the show, things happen occasionally, and then the characters spend three or four episodes discussing what just happened.
Ready for the ultimate throwback? The hit TV series 'Are You Afraid of the Dark?' is now available on YouTube and we couldn't be more in love!
When you have rich and famous parents like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, you’re bound to live a life of luxury!
There's not going to be a Ghostbusters 3. Instead, the franchise is going to be rebooted, this time featuring a cast of all female Ghostbusters. At least, that's the latest news on this long rumored follow up. Ghostbusters was a huge movie, and spawned a successful cartoon series, toy line, and eventually a not-so-successful sequel. Children of the '80s and early '90s were obsessed with the franchise, and it was probably as popular as the Ninja Turtles were.
The Walking Dead is coming back for Season 5 on Sunday, and what better way to honor the AMC hit than by worshiping the favored and deeply flawed Daryl Dixon? (In case you didn't catch that, it was a reference to Judas. Norman Reedus stars as Judas in Lady Gaga's video for "Judas." Got all that? Good.)