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What is camel toe, you ask? It’s “punani” gone awry, “yum yum” that just won’t cooperate, “coochie” in a state of defiance. Most embarrassingly, camel toe is visible for the whole world to see — usually due to overly tight jeans (Khloe Kardashian), hot pants (Nicki Minaj) or bad performance attire (Miley Cyrus, cover thyself!). Why do people care about camel toe? Because some have a juvenile interest in glimpsing O.P.P. (Other Peoples’ Property). Here at Scandalist, we believe it has something to do with being repressed in childhood. We’ve compiled photos of the most ridiculous celebrity camel toe moments ever. Warning: even males aren’t safe from the camel toe.
Relive Miley Cyrus‘ camel toe heavy performance at the 2013 MTV VMAs.
So, you throw a party. The party is super neat, everyone is having fun, things are going fine. Then, it gets late, people start filtering out. There are some belligerent stragglers who used to be fun but got way annoying, and finally they leave, too. You really want to go to bed, but there’s one person still there. Just… there. Just hanging out. And then they never leave, so they just live in your house now and you have to deal with it forever, living out your days with this person who just never left the party.
That’s basically Kim Kardashian.
When Foxcatcher arrives in theaters this weekend — the dark, true-life drama about the murder of Olympic wrestling champion Dave Schultz (played by Mark Ruffalo) — it may leave you with a looming question, “Wait, is that really Channing Tatum?” No, not just because Tatum — like his co-star Steve Carell (who plays eccentric millionaire and Schultz’s murderer, John du Pont) — is virtually unrecognizable due to the film’s stunning physical transformations. It’s because Tatum, as the tortured Olympic wrestler (and Dave’s brother) Mark Schultz, reaches staggering new heights as an actor.
Plenty of celebrities have had extremely different careers before “making it” in Hollywood, but did you know that comedians Drew Carey and Rob Riggle were Marines before their comedy careers took off? On Veterans Day we’re celebrating the brave men and women who have sacrificed to protect the freedoms of others, including those we now see on our TV screens.
Showtime‘s mind-bending new drama The Affair follows both sides of a relationship that unfolds between writer Noah Solloway (Dominic West) and waitress Alison Lockhart (Ruth Wilson), both of whom are married. While the fate of Noah and Alison’s extramarital fling remains shrouded in mystery (and opposing points of view), they’re hardly the first adulterous TV couple to keep fans guessing and wanting more. Read more…
1) I’m not just writing that because VH1 is paying me the big bucks to do so. Although, later on, I am looking forward to balling out of control at Forever 21 even though I’m ghorghor years old. What? VH1 isn’t paying me that much in order for me to reveal my age. 2) Yes, some of you are watching — ABC did recently give ask for a full season order — but the show is now hovering around the 6.5 million range, which is pretty decent, but I’m waiting for this show to become the breakout hit of the season. So without further ado, I present to you the seven reasons why Black-ish is the best TV show you’re not watching.
Ever since I was a little bitty boy in grade school, it has always been one of my dreams to be apart of a really cool acapella group that takes over the world, one melodic vocal riff at a time! However, that dream never came true. BUT meeting Pentatonix, my favorite acapella group of all time, was close enough to my dream for me!
November 14 will mark 26 years since the CBS sitcom Murphy Brown hit the airwaves. The series, which ran for 10 seasons and won 18 Emmy Awards (including a record-breaking five Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series wins for star Candice Bergen), also happened to be at the forefront of a political firestorm in its heyday. A show about a 40-something single mother and career woman (!) touched such a nerve that the Vice President of the United States singled out the show as an example of the decay of family values in America.
Let’s face it: Style has become so fluid these days that it’s no surprise to see ladies borrowing from the fellas and vice-versa. So what happens when the lines become blurred and the looks overlap gender?