In case any of you were wondering, Kim Kardashian’s backside is still ginormous. surely, no matter how many times she has worked out, she certainly wouldn’t want to get rid of her big butt. Wouldn’t that take away from her appeal? Especially because we already know that she has the personality of a postage stamp.
For all of those people who are heaping praise on Kim for this picture, just stuff it. Seriously, she is gross moreso for how she rose to fame. No one cares about your huge butt except for Kanye, so please hide that mess.
And for those who were calling her Shamu when she was pregnant: what kind of people harass pregnant chicks? You should be calling her Shamu now, because her butt looks like it’s the size of a small third-world country.
Is Kim Kardashian just hungry for attention here? What do you think?
It has recently been rumored that Miley Cyrus has been hooking up with Theo Wenner, but apparently that’s all it is because the former Disney starlet is not ready to begin dating following her split from Australian actor Liam Hemsworth.
According to reports, Miley is planning on staying single for at least a year before moving on from her broken engagement with Liam. In September, Miley confirmed the reports that she and Liam went their separate ways after dating for four years. Now, insiders have revealed that she is not bothered about dating right now and she just wants to focus on her music.
The rumors of dating Theo have caused her to make a pact with herself not to date. A source revealed, “This whole thing with Theo has been blown way out of proportion. They’re talking and she thinks he’s hot but she’s not obsessing over him. Miley isn’t planning to be anyone’s girlfriend anytime soon. She’s made a pact to stay single for at least a year.”
The insider said, “She loves being in love and she’s got tons of guys chasing her so it’ll probably be hard for her to stick to but she swears she’s going to do it. She’s all about girl power right now.”
When speaking with Ellen DeGeneres recently, Miley said, “When I say I’m the happiest I’ve ever been, it’s not a dig. I’m happy with myself. It’s separating from someone else to really be happy with who you are. I’m alone right now, and I’m obsessed with being alone.”
Teen singer Justin Bieber has been told to keep himself out of trouble…but will he listen? He’s over the age of 18, so he doesn’t have to really listen to anyone except for the police if he messes up.
Apparently the executives in charge of his upcoming movie project have told him in no uncertain terms to cut out the shenanigans. That is probably because no one thinks that a troublemaker can really sell movie tickets — only clean cut fellas with great, positive attitudes can.
A source revealed, “Huge money’s on the line because of his last film, Never Say Never earned upward of $100 million. That’s why director Jon M. Chu and manager Scooter Braun had a sit-down with Justin and laid down the ground rules: No speeding, no spitting, no screaming threats at paparazzi, fans or neighbors, no puffing on funny cigarettes — and absolutely NO problems with police!”
How long will this one last?
The source went on to say, “Justin’s headstrong and never likes being told what to do, so his first reaction was to remind everyone that without him, they wouldn’t have a movie to release. Then he started ranting and raving that he’s tired of people bossing him and calling the shots – so he won’t be taking orders from anyone!”
We will have to see how long it takes before he’s out and about acting like a total fool again — or if he has heeded the advice of the execs in order to sell more movie tickets. Which do you think will happen? Share your thoughts below.
If the world was a sandbox, Shanghai’s ascent to alpha city status would dispatch New York, London, Paris and Tokyo to the swingsets.
The People’s Republic of China’s linchpin metropolis has become a dominant player in a multiplicity of spheres in short order. Finance, commerce, transport, expat excellence – more and more, Shanghai seems every bit like the international city the 21st century needs.
This feels most accurate after dark, when Shanghai’s workaday congestion makes way for more nocturnal quests. The pursuit, most notably, of good company, drink and a decent soundtrack to accompany them both.
Here’s where to get that all, and more, in this extraordinary city of 24 million people.
98 Wuyuan Lu, near Wulumuqi Zhong Lu, Xuhui district
An emphasis on rare Kentucky bourbons and small-batch distillery spirits puts this Prohibition Era bar totally on trend.
851 Kaixuan Lu, near Yanan Xi Lu, Changning district
For live underground music, few venues stack up to this Changning legend. Now better than ever thanks to a recent refurb.
24th Floor, 318 Fuzhou Lu, near Shandong Lu, Huangpu district
Oh so VIP but with some of the best views of Shanghai’s postcard skyline, M1NT jams on weekends.
46 Changhua Lu, near Wuding Lu, Jingan district
This unpretentious beer bar stockpiles a superb range of under-the-radar, on-tap suds.
83 Fumin Lu, near Yanan Lu, Jingan district
Dr Beer’s lofty digs come with solid bar food and a strong beer list. Sister outlet Dr Wine is just down the street.
1276 Huaihai Zhong Lu, near Huating Lu, Luwan district
Southern Cross lives up to the Japanese cocktail bar prototype with above-average mixology and unusual décor.
130 Zhaohua Dong Lu, near Caojiayan Lu, Xuhui district
Veteran Shanghai nightclub owners run this smart and stylish bar in Xuhui. The name is corny but the cocktails and ambiance? First-rate.
1093 Wuding Lu, Near Jiaozhou Lu, Jingan district
Lab is a whisky-centric bar with one of the most impressive spaces in Jingan and inventive cocktails to boot.
7-104 Lane 2208 Nanjing Xi Lu near Yanan Xi Lu Jingan district
Papaya is a no-nonsense Route 66-style lounge with stiff drinks and a 4:00 a.m. last call.
5 Yongfu Lu, near Fuxing Xi Lu, Xuhui district
Eclectic DJ set lists and inclusive crowds make this alt club a popular choice with Millennials.
Second Floor, 291 Fumin Lu, near Xinle Lu, Xuhui district
No. 88 is one of Shanghai’s staple, honest-to-goodness dance clubs. Massive, loud and good fun.
103, Lane 1245 Wuding Xi Lu, near Wanhangdu Lu, Changning district
This pocket, Japanese-style shochu bar is a boozy little gem.
17-2 Xiangyang Bei Lu, near Changle Lu, Jingan district
A cocktail-nerd emporium that happily has a sense of humour and quality grub.
Seventh Floor, 18 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Nanjing Dong Lu, Huangpu district
So popular and trendy it borders on cliché, Bar Rouge is nonetheless a vital member of Shanghai’s nightlife scene.
Unit 413, Bldg 4, 570 Yongjia Lu, near Yueyang Lu, Xuhui district
This Euro-style boîte is equal parts lounge, bar and supperclub. Very Barcelona.
Now that you know where to party, discover one of the best Shanghai hotels to put you in the middle of it all.
During his latest Shanghai visit, Rob visited a number of the best party spots in Shanghai and hopes to inform others of some of the great spots to visit while on holiday.
Everyday that passes, it seems that a new rumor emerges about why Charlie Hunnam backed out of the Fifty Shades Of Grey movie. It was destined to catapult the actor to superstardom, as some said he didn’t want. Others said he didn’t want the media attention and that he actually got cold feet. Now, another rumor has surfaced suggesting that Charlie really wanted to change the script for the movie and he became a total diva when he went to begin filming.
Reportedly, Charlie was facing “increasing conflict with the high-profile film’s creative team” over the last few weeks. A source said that he “is said to have submitted his own very detailed script notes.”
He was seeking script approval as a writer himself after his script notes were well received by the producers. Despite that, his request was denied, which was said to have led to some serious tension with the creative team.
The spy added, “His team strongly advised him to stay on the project, for fear that his exit would burn a bridge with one of the major studios.”
He didn’t back down so Universal made the announcement that he was no longer on board for the racy flick. Now that Charlie is out for the role of Christian Grey, who do you think should replace him?
Yesterday, we unveiled the latest cover of Star magazine, showing former Olympian Bruce Jenner with the alleged quotes from Kris that he wants to be a woman. Now, we have the full scoop from the print edition of the magazine.
It doesn’t really matter to us if Bruce cross-dresses or really wants to change his sex in order to become a woman, but it seems like a total low-blow by Kris’ team to stoop this low. These kinds of rumors could quite possibly be the start of a divorce war, don’t you think?
Star reports that Kris caught Bruce partying it up on multiple occasions with younger men. An insider reveals to the magazine that there is more to Kris and Bruce’s split than just that. A source said, “Bruce has a feminine side. He likes growing his hair out, likes getting manicures and pedicures and won’t leave his house without diamond earrings. And he’s obsessed with plucking his eyebrows!”
The snitch added, “Kris has told Bruce that she will reveal his secret if he doesn’t go along with her plans about their split for their show.”
What do you think they are hiding from the world? Are you that interested in Bruce’s life and whatever happens behind close doors in the Jenner home? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
Modern social life has changed greatly in the past few years. Before the advent of the internet and the invention of social networking people actually had to use telephones to communicate and leave their homes to meet. Webcams and chat rooms have changed all that and across the world people have contacts that they class as friends that they have never even met in person. The downside to all this is that the art of conversation seems to be waning and text speak has taken over. Instead of going out and meeting a group of friends, people are choosing to stay home and converse with their online buddies instead.
All is not lost.
There are however web based communities that use web cams to bring groups of people from all areas of the country, or even world, together. Playing online bingo gives the players the option of joining a chat room that involves all the players in the game and turning on a web cam to be able to see all the other players who are online. They can then chat with the person via text and it is surprising how many people have struck up friendships in that manner. Using the web cam makes a huge difference as the player can see the others’ reactions when they win or lose; it is also a sneaky peak into someone’s home making it all seem a bit more intimate. It is also nice to place a face to a name and know who is responsible for the words on the screen and also to find out who is actually winning all the money!
If you have never played online bingo before, click here and read more about it. You don’t have to have a webcam to play, and many people are shy about using them, but they are really quite harmless and there is always a live chat host in the bingo room who keeps an eye on all the players and makes sure that no one is misbehaving. All the people playing live bingo are normal people like yourself who are just looking for a way to pass the evening at home and hopefully make some new friends. A real community feel starts to take place in these chat rooms and the next thing you know you will be exchanging email and Skype addresses and talking on a more personal level. That of course is entirely up to you but many real and lasting friendships have been made online though communities such as online bingo.
If you have never thought about playing online bingo, or becoming part of its thriving online community, then why not take up the offer of a free joining bet and give it a go? Many sites offer incentives to new customers so having a trial run won’t cost you a penny. Who knows, you may make all sorts of new and interesting friends and you may even win some money.
Jayne is a regular bingo player and believes in building strong communities around the web.