Shailene Woodley's Sunshine Vadge Is Back With War Paint & Hairy Pits

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Shailene Woodley's Sunshine Vadge Is Back With War Paint & Hairy Pits

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | April 25, 2014 | Comments ()


Seth Meyers will host the 2014 Emmys (in August), which is great news. It’s also shaping up to be one of the most competitive Emmy races in recent memory. Dustin has the deets. (WG)

Alicia Silverstone is so airbrushed on the cover of her new parenting book that she looks the same age as Cher Horowitz. Even more disturbing: Alicia has joined the vocal minority of anti-vaccine celebrities dedicated to destroying herd immunity. (DListed)

Can you imagine what would have happened if Al Pacino had landed the role of John Rambo in Rambo or Edward in Pretty Woman? The chop-shop Photoshop imaginings are worth a click through. (Uproxx)

Nicki Minaj got a serious make-under, and it’s amazing how beautiful and classy she appears without all that makeup and those awful wigs. Girl still can’t dress, but the new look is a definite improvement. (GFY)

The incredibly violent trailer for Rec 4: Apocalypse has arrived. That poor journalist who got dragged into the darkness? She’s now on an oil tanker in the middle of the sea. For no reason at all. (Slashfilm)

“You don’t get to make a movie without making six seasons.” Awww, sh*t. This means a Justified movie could happen, and it’s gonna break my heart. (Unreality)

George Clooney and hotel/casino bigwig Steve Wynn both got drunk in Vegas and ended up in a drunken argument about who was the bigger a-hole. They also beat their chests and argued about Obama and the Affordable Care Act. It was pretty spectacular. (Lainey)

The Buffalo Bills cheerleaders, known as “Jills,” are subject to a horrifying handbook that instructs them on how to clean their vaginas and prevent “fungus.” Go team? (Deadspin)

Jocks don’t have to fit the stereotypical “jock” mental profile. Some of the greatest scientists in history were also quite sporty. Including Rosalind Franklin and Carl Sagan. (MF)

Yeah, that story about Terry Richardson asking a model to bang him in exchange for a Vogue shoot? Fake. So says Terry and his hired gun of a “forensic online specialist.” (Gawker)

Shailene Woodley is back for more hippie-lovin’ action. Just wait ‘till you see what she has to say about dancing around with hairy pits. And rhizomes. And foraging for leeks in Maine. And .. wearing war paint at hippie festivals? (Celebitchy)

The White House may very well have issued a “no comment” on the issue of Justin Bieber deportation, but that doesn’t mean custom agents aren’t having a field day with the little brat. He was detained at LAX for 4 hours yesterday. (NYDN)

Honest to god, this is the worst outfit that Kim Kardashian has ever worn. (INO)

Joan Rivers is cracking tasteless and entirely unfunny jokes about Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus. Joan is always crass, but she’s entered new on this one. (EB)

MelBivDevoe recommends On Such a Full Sea by Chang-rae Lee in this 4-star Cannonball Read review. Lee’s gorgeous prose was impressive - see why this one will stay with her for a long time. (Cannonball Read 6)

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  • How come there isn't a big Internet 'cultural appropriation' brouhaha because she talked about wearing 'war paint?' I can almost guarantee that if someone else had said that(depending on who it was)people would have lost their damn minds.

  • John W

    Now why didn't the Buffalo Bills consult Shailene Woodley before writing that handbook?

  • e jerry powell

    Surely the NFL might find a commercial way to exploit the cheerleaders. Work out a sponsorship deal with Combe International to put the Vagisil logo on the cheerleaders' outfits?

    Call me cynical, but bidness is bidness.

  • kushiro -

    Re Shailene Woodley

    I'm just gonna copy-paste my thoughts from last month on Gawker:

    "I gather my own spring water from mountains every month."

    An entire month's worth of water? I'd seriously like to know how she does
    this. Like, is she filling bottles one-by-one or does she have some
    kind of tank+vacuum device setup? How big is the truck she drives to
    transport it? Is it a rental, or does she just park it out back beside
    her candle shed/apothecary? Is there a single huge spring or waterfall,
    or does she spend hours moving around these "mountains"? Are they all
    conveniently accessible, or is there a lot of hiking involved? Does she
    bother with testing, or does she just filter all of it, or is there a
    mass iodine dosage, or does she just consider Giardia to be a beautiful
    gift from the water nymphs? So many questions.

    If Werner Herzog is looking for his next doc project, it's this.

  • CMooreVerdad

    Beaver fever is not an enjoyable experience.

  • Neither is Beiber fever.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Ok, now that is hilarious.

  • I have a friend who lives up in the mountains, off grid. He works in a city, although that work requires lots of outdoor time, as well, but he lives in a way he feels respects his environment - home built from natural materials, solar panels, hunting as the primary source of protein, and (my personal fav and why no woman will live with him again) an outhouse - and even that guy uses a hydraulic pump to get water up to his place. Water is heavy, y'all.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I actually have thoughts regarding an outhouse, because when I think of a remote country home, I feel like a septic tank is more hassle. My thought is that a lid below the bowl as well as a lid above the bowl would help cut down on bugs and smell. This has not been put into practice. Nor has purchase of land yet, for that matter.

  • Uriah_Creep

    I'm from a large family that lived in a cottage during the summers, at first with an outhouse and later a septic system. Trust me on this: GO WITH THE SEPTIC SYSTEM!

  • Mrs. Julien

    I just had such a flashback to weekends in Uxbridge, Ontario.

  • Uriah_Creep

    When I lived in Toronto (many, many moons ago), my friend and I used to ride out that way on our motorcycles, and I loved it. Nice countryside. That said, I would still want a septic system at the very least.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Advice received. :)

  • luthien26

    LOL! The first thing I thought when I saw you quote that was: "Giardia." And that is NOT pretty, not at all.

  • luthien26

    I get what Shailene is trying to do, and applaud her for it, but something about this is coming off as trying too hard. It seems like she's making this huge deal out of how "natural" and "granola" she is to set her apart from the Jennifer Lawrences, and Emma Stones, and it's getting a bit tired. Like that bit where she made it a point to say that she was in her "public" school field. I went to public school all my life, but when I talk about my experiences I say "back when I was in school" or "there was this tree at my school," not "there was this tree at my PUBLIC school." It seems she pointed that out to really hammer home the "I'm one of you, see?" point.

    That, and some of the "natural" advice she's giving is BS, like the getting sun on your cooch thing. Seriously?

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I don't know if she's doing it to set herself apart so much as a) that's who she is and b) she's maybe at that stage where you think you are utterly brilliant because you've started to discover your personal universal truths.

    I'll give her a pass of about 4 years before I'll start worrying she's becoming another Silverstone.


    Being a cheerleader (aside from the actual dancing) sounds like a nightmare, and I can't believe they don't get paid anything!

  • TenaciousJP

    From Alee-see-uh's book:

    “There is increasing anecdotal evidence from doctors who have gotten distressed phone calls from parents claiming their child was ‘never the same’ after receiving a vaccine. And I personally have friends whose babies were drastically affected in this way.”

    My brain just exploded from the toxic amount of asshole-osity emanating from this quote.

  • Those babies WERE never the same, because they suddenly had immunity to life-threatening illnesses, whereas her child has a greatly increased chance of dying from whooping cough. Way to go, mom.

    Also, the underlying assumption that my son's atypical neurology has anything to do with getting him vaccinated - and further that his brain functioning in ways different from the norm somehow makes him 'damaged' - pisses me off beyond belief. If you're so shallow that you worry about your child changing in ways you don't understand, then you should not have children, because that is what kids do, and you are not and never will be in control of their neural pathways.

  • Mrs. Julien

    Exacly! These people are more scared of potential neurological side effects of immunization than they are of their child DYING of an easily preventable disease.

  • Bedewcrock

    I am so damn BUMMED for some reason. I'd like to push her (and Kristin Cavallari) off their soapbox.

    In other news on the pro-vaccine front, I've heard about doctors now stepping up and refusing to continue with patients who won't vaccinate their kids (specifically the MMR vaccine) and it seems to be pretty successful. I think it was in Marin County, CA.

    Heard about it on NPR:

  • Mrs. Julien

    With all due respect, that isn't even close to the worst outfit Kim Kardashian has ever worn. The Mrs. Doubtfire Goes to The Met ensemble has been heretofore unassailiable in its ugliness and will continue to be so. "How ugly is it?" ask the eternally-sunshined spotless minded. "It's so comprehensively, distractingly ugly that I didn't even notice that the shoes matched for several months," I reply.

  • Ben

    That's not the worst outfit Kim has worn, that's just the worst out fit. Just... in the history of clothing.

  • Mrs. Julien

    [internet five]

  • Reminds me of the bit from 'Gone With The Wind' where Scarlett turns curtains into a dress, but here it looks like Kim's used my grandmother's couch instead.

  • Agent Bedhead

    Did you see the backview? I agree about the The Met, which is a close 2nd.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    You made me go back for a second look. It's pretty terrible, but I do gotta go with Met Ball is objectively worst outfit.

    However, the ankle boots/calf length skirt is amazingly stumpifying. And why this petite does not wear ankle boots with skirts.

  • Mrs. Julien

    I'm not saying it wasn't a spectacular effort in keeping with her Maximum Vulgarity campaign, but it can't compete with the gloves and the turtleneck and the matching open toes sandals with the gloves and the turtleneck.

  • Dumily

    Goddamnit, Joan Rivers, STOP RUINING MY CHILDHOOD IDOL! I wanted to be you. Do you think if Gilda Radner had lived she'd be pulling this bullshit on me?

  • BWeaves

    I've given Joan Rivers a pass for a long time, because she's hard working and she's not the only comedian to do this sort of comedy. However, I think she really crossed the line here.

    It's one thing to make fun of a public figure who screws up, or someone who does something stupid to themselves that gets publicity. Mock away. But these girls were victims. I don't accept jokes made at their expense.

  • LwoodPDowd

    I've hated her for quite some time, but I think she deserves a pass for this one. She made one small joke about the size of a room and didn't mention them by name. Complaining about her publicly is pretty close to a Streisand Effect situation.

  • Dumily

    It's not the joke itself so much as the type of jokes she's telling now. She used to seem like she could go toe to toe with "the boys", but was still able to make fun of herself. Now she just seems petty and small. Maybe we can talk about Gilda instead? Or Julia Louis-Dreyfus? Or Jane Curtin?

  • Dumily

    Right? And I can't tell if it's the Fashion Police shtick or what, but I always remembered her being more rebel bitch and less picking on Lena Dunham for "making the country obese" bitch. Hell, Joan, remember how hard you had to work because no one wanted to watch a woman, let alone an "ugly" woman, tell jokes? Fight the power, man.

  • cruzzercruz

    The whole Firefly/Serenity thing was a beautiful anomaly. Community still deserves the right to fight for its future in both television and film form.

  • John G.

    Alicia has joined the vocal minority of anti-vaccine celebrities dedicated to destroying herd immunity.

    I think I've figured this out. This is an elaborate scheme for celebrities to kill off a lot of the average people, so there is more parking in LA and fewer cars on the freeway.

  • Bert_McGurt

    I'd agree with you were it not for my doubts about their ability to concoct elaborate schemes.

  • Jericho Smith

    Sorry, should have gone to the link before commenting on the commentary.
    Where's my wakizashi?

  • Some Guy

    Yeah, but when you're backed by the horse that is Joss Whedon, who was already a well established Hollywood screenwriter by the time Firefly and Serenity came around and was also a third generation hollywood screenwriter. it's a bit of an unfair comparison in my opinion. Dan Harmon has basically just done Community.

  • Nat

    Rick and Morty. 100 times Rick and Morty. Rick and Morty forever.

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