Embed from Getty Images In Queen Elizabeth's mind, what's worse? A) raping a teenager who was trafficked to you by Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, B) Being BFFs and rape-buddies with Jeffrey Epstein, C) raping, harassing and abusing hundreds of women over the course of decades or D) wanting to live a life free of constant racist abuse and harassment? I think the Queen will always believe that D is the worst. HRH Prince Andrew still has his titles, properties and dear old mummy's support. And it looks like it will be just be one giant headache to remove Harvey Weinstein's CBE, . . .
Embed from Getty Images I like Jennifer Lopez and am a big fan of Shakira. (Dónde Están Los Ladrones? is one of my favorite albums.) I didn't watch the Super Bowl halftime performance until recently, and thought it was great. It was what I expected: lots of spectacle, and both Jennifer and Shakira know how to put on a fun, energizing show. I was happy to hear a few seconds of "Ojos Así," and also knew that it meant that Shakira would be belly dancing! (Not that that's the only song that she belly dances during, but it's a given that if she sings "Ojos Así," she's going to . . .
Ordinarily, I'm not a fan of blaming the celebrity spokesperson for the crimes or crappy business decisions of the company or business. But in the case of George Clooney and Nespresso, I think we can give some of the blame and shame to Clooney. Clooney has been paid millions by Nespresso to star in print ads and commercials for the coffee brand. Not only that, Clooney has a seat on Nespresso's advisory board. And now it looks like Nespresso is using coffee beans picked by Guatemalan child laborers. Ugh. Oscar-winning actor George Clooney says Nespresso still has "work to do" after an . . .
View this post on Instagram A post shared by James Middleton (@jmidy) on Nov 21, 2019 at 6:17am PST As we all know, the Middletons and the Cambridges care deeply about mental health, just as long as it's not Meghan and Harry's mental health. But other people's mental health struggles, sure. They care. More specifically, they care about James Middleton's mental health, his anxiety and depression and the tools he's used to function. James has often spoke about it too, and he has not been criticized for it (unlike, say, Meghan and Harry). So he's going to make a documentary about it. . . .
Embed from Getty Images We've seen Ben Affleck mention his ex wife, Jennifer Garner, in several interviews during his press tour for his new movie. In his interview with the New York Times, he sounded as if his divorce was much more recent than it was. He said, "The biggest regret of my life is this divorce." He told Diane Sawyer that "divorce is very painful" and "I never wanted to be a divorced person." He also issued a statement thanking Jen for "being thoughtful, considerate, responsible and a great mom and person." He gave a similar quote to People Magazine about her, . . .