Taylor Swift sure seems likeable, and sometime, she seems INSANE.
Apparently, someone was trolling MTV’s backstage live-feed of the VMAs and they caught Taylor and her people acting slightly odd, and they jumped to the conclusion of “Maybe Taylor Swift Snorted Cocaine Backstage at the VMAs?” You can see the video here at Gawker. And you know what? I’m pretty sure she was blowing her nose.
The point is, Taylor is literally so image-conscious that she was hyper-aware of the fact that she was being recorded backstage and she had people form a circle around her so her BLOWING HER OWN NOSE wouldn’t be caught on camera. Yeah. That’s some next-level image control.
Again, I don’t think Taylor’s hiding some strange secrets, but I do think she seems too type A for her own sanity. Here’s the video. WEIGH IN.
“I think my new music is definitely grown up,” Lovato tells Us Weekly’s Rachel McRady. “My music is definitely a lot more confident, sexier, and it’s pretty much moving in that direction and embracing who I am as a woman.”
You’re a beautiful, confident woman. And what better than to have your boyfriend be constantly assuring you of that? In recent years, the couple have been more public with their affection, shoving it down our throats via their social media!
“We don’t share everything with the world. But we do feel comfortable to share a lot,” she says of the That ‘70s Show alum, 35. “With Wilmer and I and our relationship, he’s extremely supportive in everything that I do. He makes me feel confident and beautiful. And I’m just really, really grateful for him.”
It’s hard to believe that Kate Winslet, grew up with a negative self-image, but she did. And she wants the cycle of body negativity to stop.
The British actress said on last night’s episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls that she was actually bullied at school for her body, feet and clothes, which she bought on a “shoestring” budget.
“I was chubby, always had big feet, the wrong shoes, bad hair,” she said. “When I grew up, I never heard positive reinforcement about body image from any female in my life,” Winslet admitted, while traipsing about the mountains of Snowdonia, Wales with Grylls, 41. “I only heard negatives. That’s very damaging because then you’re programmed as a young woman to immediately scrutinize yourself and how you look.”
Kate Winslet is getting REAL about body image struggles that young girls face!
In an interview on Running Wild With Bear Gryll, the actress tells Grylls on the NBC show that she had no positive body image reinforcement, only disparaging comments that made her very critical of her own looks.
“When I grew up, I never heard positive reinforcement about body image from any female in my life,” she tells Grylls. “I only heard negatives. That’s very damaging, because then you’re programmed as a young woman to immediately scrutinize yourself and how you look.”
Winslet decided to take a different approach when raising her children, including her 14 year old daughter Mia.
“I stand in front of the mirror and say to Mia, ‘We are so lucky we have a shape. We’re so lucky we’re curvy. We’re so lucky we’ve got good bums,’” Winslet notes. “And she’ll say, ‘Mommy, I know, thank God.’”