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Candace Cameron Bure Threw Some Serious Shade At Mary Kate Olsen

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She doesn’t look intimidating or scary at ALL.

Candace Cameron Bure pretty much sounds as scary as this pic suggests, and we have some quotes to prove it. When asked about her former Full House sister Mary-Kate Olsen‘s recent wedding to Olivier Sarkozy at the Cosmo 100 luncheon in NYC on Monday, the 39-year-old said:

“My invitation must have gotten lost in the mail. I’m not a smoker, so I might not have had much fun.”

DANG. She’s of course referring to the CLASSY bowls of cigarettes provided by the bride and groom at the ceremony. Still, she’s not totally sassy. At the end of the day she’s happy for her little sis:

“I’m really happy for Mary-Kate though. I really am.”

Good. Since both Mary-Kate and twin Ashley Olsen both won’t be returning to Fuller House, maybe it’s good the rest of the old crew gets a little distance.

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Posted Wednesday, December 9th, 2015 at 10:10am
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Benedict Cumberbatch Isn’t Good At Writing Letters To Santa

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Yes, Benedict Cumberbatch is perfect at most everything…except writing non-depressing letters to ‘Ol Father Christmas.

I mean, he kills it in acting, getting hitched, having cute Cumberbabies but let me tell you, he isn’t a GOD. The actor took part in another event for Letters Live, called the “Letters to Santa” campaign which is basically where celebrities do handwritten letters to Santa for Christmas. Benedict’s letter was… eh…well, you be the judge:

Benedict Cumberbatch has claimed that Father Christmas represents ‘materialism gone mad’ as he jokingly complained that he never received the lightsaber he wanted as a boy. In the note marking national letter writing day, Cumberbatch also joked that he never did receive the Star Wars toy he asked for and promised to leave out extra port and mince pies. He also mentioned those who may be ‘hiding in buildings as bombs rain down’ in the letter, which is part of an event called Letters Live celebrating literary correspondence.

Cumberbatch, who has a one-year-old son with his wife Sophie Hunter, wrote: ‘This is what I’d like to ask you to help with. A little more time for children to be children. Stretch the moment of magic and playfulness. Distract them from the realities of a world gone mad so that they can laugh with their breath rather than sob with their tears. Especially those caring for family members, or suffering illness, hunger or poverty. Especially those hiding in buildings as bombs rain down, or being handed shaking with fear or cold into a boat to escape environmental disaster or war. Please help to light up their worlds with a moment of joy and hope.’

Speaking about adults, he said: ‘Now we get our own presents, control our own fates, take responsibility for our own actions, and live in the world we have created… so it’s not for us to turn around and plead for your help with the environment, the migrant crisis, the NHS, education, food banks, human rights, fundamentalism and wars. Though God knows we need all the help we can get with all these man-made problems and more. You are for the children. Children who need some magic in a world where the borders between innocence and responsibility, playful imagination and cold, adult obstacles are continually shrinking.’

He went on: ‘Spare a thought too for those millions who want to write to you but through illiteracy can’t. Hear their words and help to give them the time and chance to learn how to read and write so they can better their lives and escape their impoverished beginnings.’

Cumberbatch ended the letter by writing: ‘I feel a little sorry for you. And I guess I’ve done exactly what I said I wouldn’t … Asked you to help with adult problems and solve some of the greatest worries we have for our children. I promise to leave some extra port and mince pies for you!’

Other big names to have penned letters to Santa include Annie Lennox, Russell Brand, Thom Yorke and Thandie Newton.

(Via DailyMail)

Oh BOO. You never got a lightsabre as a kid. SO SORRY. Yes, let’s complain about it, uber-successful actor dude.  What do you think about his letter- was it as whiny or preachy as it reads to me?

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Posted Monday, December 7th, 2015 at 12:12pm
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Chrissy Teigen’s Humor Is Lost On Everybody

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I definitely think Chrissy Teigen CAN at times be funny, I’m just not sure I think these are one of those times…

On Friday the supermodel was forced to tweet an explanation about her comments surrounding her husband, John Legend, and “hot nannies,” comment at NY Fashion week, which if I may remind you, basically said her husband can have “No hot nannies, drivers, or maids”  and that “she does want to have kids one day, so it’s something that she has to think about. But the rule is no hot nannies. I trust John, but you never know with these men.”

Eeek. Obvi she got a lot of flack. She responded:

“Just like low carb diet of licking chips, my ‘no hot nannies’ comment was a joke, clearly lost upon many. what is life. why must i type this,” she wrote. “I don’t just go into random rants about hot nannies. The post asked, I jokingly answered. It isn’t that f—king deep.”

This came just days after Teigen quipped to reporters — including Us Weekly —  that she was keeping the “All of Me” singer, 36, away from any sexy women in the service industry.

Her comments were made just months after Affleck-gate and just before we all collectively groan because it feels like this kind of thing just reinforces male-female stereotypes. Chrissy went on to joke:

“These days, it doesn’t really matter what you look like — sometimes cabin fever just strikes and men do the do,” Teigen said, joking that she has to keep a close watch on her own “cute” female assistant. “It’s too late for me, though, because I have a hot assistant.”

(US Magazine)

Again, I really like Chrissy T I just think this comment is a little lame. Not like- chastise her and unfollow her on everything lame, but…eh.
What do you think of her comments?

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Posted Monday, September 14th, 2015 at 11:11am
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Jessica Simpson Wished Her First Marriage Didn’t Exist

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No way, we all love your HILARIOUS first marriage, Jessica Simpson!

During an appearance on CNBC’s Closing Bell today, Jess joked that marrying first husband Nick Lachey was one of the worst financial decisions she ever made. Well, DUH. But, still- learning! It’s all about learning, evolution and progress (and Chicken of the Sea).

The star, 35, was on the business news show in honor of the 10th anniversary of her fashion line. Asked by host Kelly Evans to name some of her biggest money mistakes (either personal or professional) Simpson at first struggled to come up with an answer, but then, this:

“The biggest money mistakes? I don’t know. For some reason I thought of my first marriage!” she told Evans, laughing.

“That’s actually a common answer, believe it or not,” Evans replied.

(Via Us Weekly)

Lest you forget, Simpson and Lachey were married from 2002 to 2006, during which time they starred in their own MTV reality show, Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica. And who can have regrets about that?! Not I.

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Posted Thursday, September 10th, 2015 at 3:15pm
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