Did Demi Lovato just confirm she’s bisexual?!
On Friday, the Cool For The Summer singer appeared on the popular British talk show Alan Carr‘s Chatty Man to promote her summer hit and let me tell you, this interview was a breath of fresh air from her always talking about her boyfriend loving her curves. Still, though, pretty boring.
The often-cheeky TV host went onto read some of the single’s racy lyrics aloud and asked the starlet if the popular song was about lesbianism.
With a big smile, Demi responded:
“I am not confirming and I’m definitely not denying. All of my songs are based off of personal experiences. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with experimentation at all.”
Sounds a little…free n fun, Demi. The openly gay late night personality then quipped:
“I experimented once and it stuck.”
However, Miz Lovato joked right back:
“Hey, I didn’t say that it didn’t stick either. I didn’t say that it didn’t stick.”
Sure. Everyone knows you’re a boring monogamist, Demi, and aside from an awkward makeout or maybe a half threesome with Wilmer Valderrama pre-rehab, I’m pretty sure you’re a one dick kinda girl.
What do you think about this “confession?”
Posted Monday, September 14th, 2015 at 2:14pm
Filed under Demi Lovato
Miley Cyrus has NO filter, or maybe this 20-question Marie Claire interview made her feel soooo comfortable, she decided to tell the world a ton of info about herself.
Here are some of the highlights of the piece, which ran Jan 14th:
On fashion trends she likes and dislikes: “I love jeggings. They’re the best invention! Even though they have kind of ruined jeans.”/ “I don’t get Birkenstocks because I was in high school when they were cool and they remind me of being a nerd. I just don’t understand how they made such a comeback so quick. I think it’s ’cause Céline and Givenchy started making them, so everyone’s like, We can do a Birkenstock.”
On fashion dont’s from her past: “I had some shady wardrobe choices when I was about 16 to 18,” the star admitted. “I wore this hippie outfit to Justin Bieber‘s Never Say Never premiere that I’m like, ‘Girl, who told you’ — It was not Woodstock, it was a premiere.”
What she’s picky about: Food. I’m better now but not that much better. I didn’t eat anything green until I was 18. I only ate yellow food.
What she’s not up for: Going to the movie theater. It’s f***ing freezing.
Wow, Miley. Tell us how you REALLY feel!
Check out the rest of the interview HERE!
Posted Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 at 12:12pm
Filed under Miley Cyrus
Katie Holmes might be evasive, but she does touch upon interesting points in her interviews.
The star’s chat with Red Magazine is no different. In it, Holmes talks about letting go of emotion, womanhood and being a star in the digital age.Here are some snippets from the interview…
On misconceptions of herself that she’d like to change: “I think that it’s a very interesting time for artists right now because of social media and camera phones. I don’t think you ever know how you’ll be portrayed. Any story can attach itself to your image. I don’t pay much attention because I’d spend the whole time worrying. I just don’t go out much to avoid it.”
On womanhood: “Women are complicated, in a beautiful way, and they have lots of different roles. I’m inspired by the community of women it takes to help one woman succeed. It’s important to be supportive and have people you can call at 3am.”
Is there any advice she’d give her 20 year old self? “I’m not so different than I was at 20,’ she tells me. ‘I still buy too many jeans…’ But eventually she says, ‘I don’t stay stuck on anything too long.’ There’s a pause. ‘I mean, like, any emotion.’
Read the full interview in February’s issue of Red, on sale 2 January 2015, and available on Digital Edition!
Photo: Red Magazine
Posted Tuesday, December 30th, 2014 at 4:16pm
Filed under Katie Holmes
Sony’s celeb-slamming seems to never stop! The latest? Adam Sandler as their target.
The emails leaked were after a meeting with the Happy Gilmore star, in which he apparently demanded Sony make his $200 million Candyland film. Columbia Pictures exec Hannah Minghella sent an email to Amy Pascal and others, saying:
“Adam is an a**hole, and this is more his fault than anyone’s, but what we did was not communicate with each other and make assumptions.”
Later, Pascal wrote about another incident in which Adam tried to have execs pay $100k for Hotel Transylvania producing partner (and Grandma’s Boy star) Allen Covert.
Sony rejected the payment, saying it was over their production fee limit. But Pascal responded to the request a little, ahem, heatedly. She wrote:
“100 percent . . . They are such a**holes”
If I was a Sony exec, I’d not look at the internet for the next couple of years. YIKES.
Posted Monday, December 22nd, 2014 at 4:16pm
Filed under Adam Sandler