After this picture surfaced on the internet many speculated that Adele was berating Chris Brown for not standing up when Frank Ocean was heading on stage during The Grammys. I didn’t think that was true because it doesn’t seem like Adele’s style to get up in someone’s face even if she had opinions about it. Turns out she was actually complimenting Chris on his talents, which is way worse than her being intrusively rude. Weird.
Chris Brown and I were complimenting each other in that photo actually!—
Adele (@OfficialAdele) February 13, 2013
Everyone’s internet husband, Joseph Gordon-Levitt was on Sesame Street.
Joana Coles says Cosmo mag will be less sex driven and include less advice from gay men.
“”Cosmo is a magazine by women, for women, about women. And we are about women feeling proud of any choice they make. The issue is when you make a choice own it, and if it’s a mistake, then move on. A couple of male gay friends of mine have suggested they write sex columns for me. And I was like ‘Buddy, women are fine without advice from gay men. Women have been around since the Garden of Eden, and you know what, we were tempting just fine back then. I feel like there’s been this weird move, partly directed by Sex in the City, where suddenly gay men were supposed to be oracles for women. And actually, women love gay men, and of course we want them in our lives, but they don’t have to be the be all and end all for sex advice.”
Does anyone read Cosmo mag unironically?
See literally every single moment of Mariah Carey’s Valentine’s Day. Literally.
The Atlantic wants to know why Beyonce isn’t regarded as a genius but provides no argument or evidence of her musical genius in question.
“I pretty much never need to hear the bulk of her 2011 release 4again, for example. But the spastic, lurching “Countdown”—where Beyoncé again was involved in both writing and production—shows pretty clearly that she can still put together a masterpiece if she wants to.”
Um, OK. Sure.