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Monday, December 29, 2014

Last Week: Rihanna Does Smurf-Style, Sam Smith Cries On a Tank, and Madonna's Kids Help Their Mom

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For Christmas this year, Rihanna embraced “smurfette couture.” (Instagram)

"I'll sometimes go outside and eat snow. I like its cold texture. I'm obsessed with it... If I'm really crazy about it, I'll mix it with some orange juice and think to myself: 'Now that's a party!' I like cold things in general."
Meghan Trainor: actual consumer of yellow snow. (Oh No They Didn’t!)

“The rehab RUMORS are hilarious! The only thing I'm addicted to right now is Bing Crosby. MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! and to all a goodnight!”
We still don’t know what’s wrong with Avril Lavigne, but it’s not rehab-related. (Twitter)

"My dad got me a build-your-own tank when I was 11. I don't think he knew I was gay at that point. I got really upset."
We hope Sam Smith was happier with his presents this year. (Billboard)

"Goodbye and God bless to Joe Cocker from one of his friends, peace and love. R”
Ringo Starr paid tribute to Joe Cocker, who died from lung cancer on Dec. 22. RIP. (Twitter



“I wish more people cared more about our education vs prisons in America like they do about this @IGGYAZALEA debate.”
We’ve been enjoying all the Twitter feuding, but Will.i.am has a point here… (Twitter)

“I’m certainly not out in nightclubs all the time, but my kids are. My daughter and my son are my A&R people now. They’re constantly playing stuff in the house, in the car, and I’m like, “Who’s that? Who’s that? Who did that?” They bring me stuff all the time.”
We wonder if Madonna's kids are on salary... (The Guardian)

“To see Beyoncé and Solange's dreams come true, and it was their passion. You know, I always said, when they were little, that if you wanted to be a doctor—just knowing my personality—I would be like, 'Hm, how can I buy a hospital?’”
Mathew Knowles tries to imply that his daughters are successful because of HIS hard work and ability to buy shit. Gross. (Jezebel)

"I think a lot of it is just due to fear of being blackballed and not making a living. We were like, 'Man, if a white woman can lose her career in the United States for speaking up for what's right, then shit, we'll get the electric chair.' I think that was the bottom line. And that just really rendered America silent."
Questlove, on the terrible lessons learned from the Dixie Chicks speaking out against George W. Bush in 2003. (Billboard)

“There is no "war" that will be waged upon our communities by your, I mean OUR officers, there is no blood on anyone's hands except those of the killer, and there is no demonizing hundreds of thousands of people who have peacefully exercised their first amendment right marching in the streets for an end to violence.”
Russell Simmons calls out Pat Lynch, president of the police union, for using the horrific murder of two New York police officers as an anti-protest propaganda tool. (Huffington Post)



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