Kanye West & Kim Kardashian Take The Cover Of Vogue, World Dies
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Kanye West & Kim Kardashian Take The Cover Of Vogue, World Dies In Response

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | March 24, 2014 | Comments ()


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Depending on what paparazzi photos you’ve glimpsed, Mila Kunis has been “pregnant” for years. Now she is pregnant for real. Yes, Ashton Kutcher is the father. (Dlisted)

Likewise, I feel like I’ve seen more than one Filth trailer starring James McAvoy. There’s a red-band version for your cursing pleasure. (FSR)

The CEO of Netflix cut a deal with Comcast, but he isn’t happy about it. Reed Hastings has swallowed a huge cost for consumers, but will they ever appreciate it? I know I’m lazy and uneducated enough to blame Netflix when it’s probably my sh-tty internet provider that is truly to blame. (WG)

Paul Walker’s Fast & Furious character will not receive the promised send off in the 7th movie. They’re going to CGI him into half of the movie. Does this somehow seem — I don’t know 00 disrespectful to Walker’s memory? Philip Seymour Hoffman will be CGI’d for merely one scene in Mockingjay. (Uproxx)

Jennifer Lawrence gave the middle finger to the paparazzi (while hiding her face) over the weekend. You’d never know it was her if you didn’t recognize Nicholas Hoult holding her hand. (Lainey)

Johnny Depp is wearing what the younguns call a “man-gagement” ring to memorialize his devotion to fiancée Amber Heard. The rest of his ensemble screams “millionaire hobo.” Do any of you men wear such a ring? I’m fascinated by this topic. (Celebitchy)

Nerds have spent far too much time thinking about how much Thor’s hammer would have weight if it had been forged from a dying star. (TMS)

This is an excellent and quickly informative map of the United States as featured in Hollywood disaster flicks. Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco are (obviously) so screwed. (Slashfilm)

Everyone is super surprised that Kanye West and Kim Kardashian scored a Vogue cover. I’m not as offended as many people but do find it hilarious. Anna Wintour justified her decision in the following manner: “Kanye is an amazing performer and cultural provocateur, while Kim, through her strength of character, has created a place for herself in the glare of the world’s spotlight, and it takes real guts to do that.” Right. (GFY)

A plush octopus exists in the image of Captain America. There’s another one for Iron Man and one for Loki too. (Unreality)

The sheer variety of existing vending machines is astounding. Now there’s a machine that will make a fresh-to-order pizza in under 3 minutes. That looks disgusting. (MF)

Did you ever think playing too many video games was truly bad for you? A Norwegian teenager played himself into a damn coma. (Kotaku)

This sounds like a bad horror movie. An entire Colorado Springs block of homes has been swallowed by tumbleweeds: “We can’t get out of our homes.” (HuffPo)

“Who’d win in a wrestling match, Lemmy or God? Trick question, Lemmy is God.” So sayeth Lady B in her review of White Line Fever, the autobiography of Motorhead front man, Lemmy Kilmister. See if you agree. (Cannonball Read 6)

Bedhead lives in Tulsa. She can be found at Celebitchy.com.





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