Shut Up Already
Donald Trump will more or less put his face on anything -- cufflinks, eyewear and even hunks of meat. But now he's lent himself to a new crowdfunding website, and has decided to give away "suitcases full of cash" to help spread the word.
Provided he doesn't bankrupt the company first, of course.
And to further prove that his song is definitely not about Kim Kardashian (even though it totally is), he cast her doppelganger in the video. Logic!
And the one thing that may bug her more than boys who do bad things (because nothing is ever her fault)? Losing at awards ceremonies.
That said, the ACMs turned out to be a perfect storm of "stink" for Swift.
The latest? She admits it was her idea, doesn't want it released without tons of cash thrown at her and thinks Deen's ween needs some work.
And she admitted all of this to TMZ cameras while walking around an airport ... with her mother.
In case you missed it, Jeremy Irons went on a bizarre tangent about gay marriage that ended with him concluding that fathers may end up marrying their sons ... but that it wouldn't be incest because they're both male, and that it would be done just for tax purposes.
Now, the actor is backpedaling, but still leaving us flummoxed.
When you have nothing to offer, you make a sex tape.
When you have the name recognition from a sex tape but nothing else to offer, you get a VH1 reality show.
When you finally realize you're completely irrelevant save for the same last name as a B-to-C-list singer, you release a song about your sex tape partner who got you your reality show.
Cue non-entity Ray J's new single, 'I Hit It First,' about Kim Kardashian.
Gwyneth Paltrow is really glad that we're all rolling in cash despite being in the midst of the worst recession since the Great Depression, and she's celebrating in style.
The GOOP shiller has a few ideas for cute, cazh spring outfits -- absolute must-haves -- that only cost a total of about half a million dollars.