Jennifer Lawrence on Nude Photo Leak: At Least I’m Not a Hermaphrodite!

Recently, Jennifer Lawrence spoke with Vanity Fair about the nude photo leak that eventually impacted hundreds of young female celebs.

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The first excerpts of her interview were released last week, and Lawrence demonstrated the sort of class and self-deprecating humor that we’ve come to expect from one of Hollywood’s most talented actresses.

She defended her right to privacy, spoke honestly about the shame and fear she experienced in the wake of the scandal, and called out the hackers responsible with eloquent indignation.

She was praised for her poise and bravery, and she helped put a human face on a crime in which millions were complicit.

A new portion of the interview that went public today, however, contains an offensive gaffe that has many in the LGBT community calling for an apology.

“At least I’m not a hermaphrodite,” Lawrence told the iconic lifestyle mag. “I could have been outed – Jennifer Lawrence, hermaphrodite.”

While Lawrence clearly meant for the comment to be taken as a joke, it’s struck many fans as insultingly transphobic.

Some believe Lawrence’s comment implies that being “outed” as a “hermaphrodite” would have been a worst-case scenario.

Given the struggles faced by transgender actresses like Laverne Cox, it’s not hard to see why Jennifer’s comments have been taken as hopelessly insensitive and derogatory to transgender and intersex individuals.

Lawrence has received support from countless fans and fellow celebs throughout her recent ordeal, and now many of her most ardent admirers find themselves hoping that she’ll return the favor by offering encouragement and a sincere apology to a segment of the population that faces daily discrimination.

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Alessandra Ambrosio Praises "Beautiful" Kendall Jenner, Posts Backstage Photo with Young Model

According to an earlier report, Kendall Jenner was bullied by models at New York Fashion Week who were angry at the preferential treatment they believed the 18-year old has received as a result of her last name.

But, even if that allegation is valid, it’s clear Alessandra Ambrosio is not among those who begrudge the reality star.

The super model has shared a picture of herself and Jenner before they walked the runway for Bottega Venetta in Milan, writing as a caption to the backstage image:

“With the beautiful @kendalljenner #backstage at the @bottegaveneta show #milanfashionweek !”

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Ambrosio, clearly aware of the criticism that has come Jenner’s way, added: “Bye haters.”

The young model has been under a great deal of fire recently, some deserved, some totally unfair.

A recent Australian tabloid cover story definitely falls into the latter category, as some magazine titled “Famous” actually Photoshopped a picture of Kendall on the runway and wrote that Jenner is too fat to make it as a model.

But the half-sister of Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian isn’t letting such talk get her down. Or she’s not stopping it from letting her post lewd photos online at least.

Here’s another Kendall Jenner nude picture on Instagram, for example. She’s really gotta stop publishing those. They make us feel dirty just for doing our job and running them.

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Kendall Jenner is topless for this Interview Magazine photo. At least she’s covering up, though.

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Kendall Jenner: Topless Selife is What Instagram Was Made For

On Sunday, Kendall Jenner went underwear-free while hosting the MuchMusic Video Awards. It was an unexpected fashion choice and showed a side of the up-and-coming model that we’ve never seen before. Namely, her crotch.

Always looking to outdo herself, Kendall followed that up with a topless Instagram selfe.

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Yes, yes…we’ve seen Kendall Jenner topless before, but does that mean we should stop celebrating it? Just because Christmas comes every year, does that make it any less special?

Besides, Kendall is mixing things up here. This one is a bit more artsy than the usual naked selfie. It’s as if she saying, “Yes, I’m turning myself into a vapid sex object. But I’m a vapid sex object with feelings.”

But despite the fact that she’s wearing makeup and probably tried a few dozen poses before deciding on this one, this pic also reminds us that Kendall is the real natural beauty in the Kardashian-Jenner clan.

The Kim Kardashian cleavage photos from last night look more posed and uncomfortable and she’s just walking down a street in Manhattan.

Plus Kendall is 18 – she’s supposed to be vain and self-obsessed. If she’s still this attention-hungry in 15 years, then we can all make fun of her the way we do with Kim. 

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Kendall Jenner is topless for this Interview Magazine photo. At least she’s covering up, though.

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Farrah Abraham Explains Difference Between Sex Tapes and Porn, Hasn’t Read Own Book

By her own admission, Farrah Abraham claims to be a sex symbol (some would say “porn star”), but she apparently has very little interest in the erotic novel that she claims to have written.

So little, in fact, that she seems to have not even read the book.

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Farrah Abraham on the cover of her new book, Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making.

In a recent interview with The Huffington Post, Farrah discusses her sex tape, as well as her forthcoming trilogy of books about sex tapes, and she wants us to know those are two very different things:

“Yes, I had a sex tape, the book talks about sex tapes, but Fallon Opal is way different,” Farrah explains. 

Fallon Opal, is not, as you might guess, a gemstone named after a late-night host, but rather the ridiculously named hero of Farrah’s novels. A character about whom Farrah knows absolutely nothing: 

She goes on to explain that Fallon is different from herself in that she didn’t get her start on reality TV. Which would be a good point, were it not for the fact that – as Farrah’s interviewer points out – Fallon totally does get her start on reality TV at the very beginning of the book.

Hey, she’s an author! She can’t read everything that she writes!

The interview gets even better when Farrah attempts to describe the difference between sex tapes and porn:

“A celebrity sex tape, to me, outshines any other porn star…I have wonderful friends who are in the adult industry, they make porn for a living. That’s what they always do. Like, payment is different. Living your life is different…And that’s just what society made of it. It’s not me, I don’t make these definitions.”

We think Farrah’s trying to say that the difference between porn stars and sex tape stars is that porn stars get paid, but…didn’t she get paid for her sex tape?

It’s tough to understand her, since reading that quote makes your brain leak out of your ears.

Check out some pearls of Farrah’s wisdom in the gallery below:

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[On daughter Sophia] I have my own life and [I'm] doing [my] own thing. She has her own life and she does her own thing.


[On daughter Sophia] I have my own life and [I'm] doing [my] own thing. She has her own life and she does her own thing.

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Jamie Dornan shows off his ‘Golden Torso’ for Interview Mag: would you hit it?

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For a man who proclaims to be “haunted” by his modeling moniker, “The Golden Torso,” Jamie Dornan still dropped trou in a hot minute for Interview Mag, right? Just as well – I have to admit, I’m enjoying this Interview Magazine editorial a lot. He looks really sexy. I also have to admit that I spent the better part of my weekend absorbed in Season 1 of The Fall. I now think Jamie is a pretty good actor too – he’s SO CREEPY as a serial killer in Belfast. I would highly recommend The Fall to anyone who enjoys serial killer/police procedural types of shows. Like, if you love Hannibal or Silence of the Lambs, you’ll love The Fall. Anyway, you can read Jamie’s interview here (I skimmed it, it’s okay – he talks a lot about The Fall). Some highlights:

His acting method: “I don’t want to be showy. I’m not interested in seeing that, and I don’t want to do it. I’ve played a lot of broken people. Maybe the silences are about the different kinds of vulnerability in all of them.”

He doesn’t like his body: “I don’t like my physique. Who does? I was a skinny guy growing up, and I still feel like that same skinny kid.”

Why he took the part in Fifty Shades of Grey: “I’m still auditioning. I don’t really have choices in the material I get. So I have to make the choices in the way I play the characters. And I’m happy to get a chance to play Christian.”

Becoming a father: “I don’t understand people complaining about babies. Sure, I miss a bit of sleep, but look at the rewards—better than not being able to sleep because of a hangover.”

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I have to say, in Season 1 of The Fall, he does look really skinny. I mean, you can tell he’s very strong and muscular (he takes off his shirt often enough in the show), but he’s more wiry than traditionally “built” for a leading man. He also doesn’t come on the screen with a lot of bravado – he’s one of those actors who moves like a cat. Or in The Fall, like a panther about to attack. I’m not sure if I’m going to be into him at all as Christian Grey after The Fall. But it depends… maybe he’ll end up nailing the Grey role too.

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Edward Snowden to Brian Williams: Sometimes to do the Right Thing, You Have to Break the Law

Edward Snowden gave his first televised interview Wednesday night, speaking with NBC journalist Brian Williams in a remarkably candid hour-long sit down.

Despite the Obama administration’s claim that Snowden was simply a low-level analyst, the embattled 30-year-old former government employee insisted that he’s a “trained spy” who exposed NSA surveillance programs out of a sense of patriotic duty.

“Being a patriot means knowing when to protect your country,” said Snowden. “I think it’s important to remember people don’t set their lives on fire, they don’t walk away from extraordinarily comfortable lives for no reason.”

While Snowden was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2013, he remains an intensely controversial figure, branded by many within the Obama administration as a treasonous traitor. 

“If I could go anywhere in the world, that place would be home,” said Snowden, who’s currently living in Russia to avoid prosecution. 

Snowden claimed that he’s “still serving” the US and insisted that all three branches of the American government have “enacted reforms” based on the revelations of his whistleblowing campaign.

In a segment certain terrify many Americans, Snowden detailed the many ways in which the NSA can use technology to keep tabs on private citizens. 

Snowden claimed that government analysts “can actually watch people’s Internet communications, watch their Internet correspondence, watch their thoughts as they type.”

He also explained to Williams the various ways in which any world government with an espionage program can “own” any individual cell phone, but stated that such actions are only taken on a “targeted” basis.

Despite his issues with the way the agency “interprets its legal authorities,” Snowden concluded that the NSA “does good work for good reasons.”

Speaking on a more personal level, Snowden described his life in Russia, explaining that he’s able to live “more or less as an American” thanks to the “beauty of the Internet.”

Snowden stated that he’s recently begun watching the acclaimed surveillance-based HBO series The Wire, but added that he considers the show’s second season “not so great.”

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V. Stiviano Defends Donald Sterling: He’s Not a Racist!

For the first time since releasing a pair of audio recordings that paint embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling as a racist, V. Stiviano sat down for an interview last night.

The 31-year old spoke to Barbara Walters for 20/20 and at first denied that she’s “a mistress or a whore or a woman of the night.”

Stiviano said she has served as Sterling’s personal assistant for years and that she feels badly for the 80-year old these days.

At various times, Stiviano described Sterling as “confused, very alone,” and emotionally traumatized,” and added that she wants to come “to his rescue.”

It was a bizarre back and forth, that’s for sure.

“I love him like a father figure,” Stiviano said, adding that she does NOT believe Sterling to be racist.

Stiviano told Walters that Sterling is just from a “different generation,” and was “brought up to believe” things such as “segregation.”

V. Stiviano made a name for herself by taping Donald Sterling being very racist. We guess that’s one way to get famous.

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V. Stiviano made a name for herself by taping Donald Sterling being very racist. We guess that’s one way to get famous.


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V. Stiviano has a close relationship with Clippers owner Donald Sterling. She has probably seen him naked. Gross.


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V. Stiviano strikes a pose here on Instagram. A sexy pose, we should say!


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This is a photo of V. Stiviano. She is in the middle of the huge Donald Sterling scandal.


Yes, Sterling should “absolutely” apologize, Stiviano said, but what he said on those tapes was “not what he feels.” The remarks were made “in the heat of the moment.”

As for why Stiviano is going around town in a visor, she said it’s “easier to mask the pain” when you “see someone you care about hurting.”

The NBA has banned Sterling for life and owners will soon cast their votes that will force him to sell the team.

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Chris Martin Takes Blame For Gwyneth Paltrow Split

Last week, Chris Martin spoke about his split from Gwyneth Paltrow in a candid interview with the BBC radio.

The full transcript of the interview – released today – reveals a surprising twist to the “conscious uncoupling” saga, as Chris apparently feels his own emotional issues caused his marriage to fail:

“About two years ago I was a mess,” Chris says in the interview. “Really because I was unable to enjoy the things we are good at it and I can’t enjoy the great things around me because I am burdened by this.”

When Chris says “we,” it’s unclear if he’s referring to his bandmates or his wife, but Coldplay hasn’t broken up, so we think it’s safe to say that “burden” he’s talking about is Gwyneth.

Though he seems to accept at least partial blame for the separation, Chris still has yet to address rumors that he cheated with Alexa Chung and that he and Paltrow enjoyed an “open marriage” in which both parties were free to pursue other romantic relationships. 

All of that may come out in divorce court, as the once amicable split between Martin and Paltrow is rumored to be getting messy.

Check out some clues that these two were doomed from the start in the gallery below.

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I definitely have to coax things out of him when we talk. You know, he’s British, so it’s a different lexicon totally. But you have to communicate. Otherwise there’s no relationship.

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Julia Roberts on Nancy Motes’ Death: It’s Just Heartbreak

Julia Roberts is speaking out on the apparently drug overdose of her half-sister, Nancy Motes, with whom the actress had a tumultuous relationship.

“It’s just heartbreak,” a tearful Roberts, 46, told the Wall Street Journal in an interview conducted March 1, just one day before this year’s Academy Awards.

“It’s only been 20 days. There aren’t words to explain what any of us have been through in these last 20 days,” she said in the interview, released today.

“It’s hour by hour some days, but you just keep looking ahead.”

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Nancy Motes died inside her Los Angeles apartment of an apparent drug overdose on February 9, the star’s family announced the following day.

In the interview, Roberts did not address rumors that Motes left a suicide note criticizing Julia, and instead focused on the grief surrounding her death.

“You don’t want anything bad to happen to anyone, but there are so many tragic, painful, inexplicable things in the world,” said the Academy Award winner.

“But [as with] any situation of challenge and despair, we must find a way, as a family. It’s hard to formulate a sentence about it outside the weepy huddle of my family.”

Professionally, Roberts will appear in the May 25 HBO adaptation of the Larry Kramer drama about the early days of the AIDS epidemic, The Normal Heart.

She plays a medical pioneer with polio helping patients fight the disease.

In her personal life, she says she’s introducing mindfulness to her and husband Danny Moder’s children, twins Hazel and Phinnaeus, 9, and Henry, 5.

“Meditation or chanting or any of those things can be so joyous and also very quieting,” she explained. “We share and just say, ‘This is a way I comfort myself.'”

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Kurt Cobain: 20th Anniversary of Death Inspires Fan Tributes

Twenty years ago today, troubled Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain was found dead from a gunshot wound in his Washington state home. The singer/songwriter was just 27 years old.

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Kurt performing on MTV. Nirvana’s “Unplugged” show became one of the network’s highest-rated broadcasts.


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Kurt on MTV in the 90s. The singer was rock’s biggest name for several years.


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Kurt with daughter Frances. The singer would take his own life just months after this photo was taken.


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Cobain on the cover of Rolling Stone following his death. The singer was just 27 years old.


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Kurt posing with a gun. The singer later took his own life with a gunshot.


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Kurt peforming during “Nirvana: Unplugged.” The recording went on to become a best-selling album.


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Kurt plays dead in a Nirvana video. The singer would take his own life at age 27.


Today, Cobain continues to exert tremendous influence over the music world and fans and musicians from around the world have gathered outside Kurt’s home as well as at nearby Viretta Park in Seattle to leave flowers and personal messages, many of them sporting flannel shirts in honor of the singer’s ties to the 90s grunge scene.

Musicians ranging from Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong to folk-rock legend Neil Young have offered public tributes to Cobain and his music, sharing personal stories about how they were influenced by his work.

Two decades later, the cause of Cobain’s death remains a source of controversy. Conspiracy theories abound negating the ruling that the singer took his own life, and just last month new photos from the scene of Cobain’s death were released by Seattle police, re-opening old debates about what exactly killed the rock icon.

Cobain’s tragic end has also been discussed recently in the wake of the suicide of L’Wren Scott and the overdose death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, as fans and friends alike wondered what drives such stars who seem to have it all to destroy themselves at the peak of their careers.

Check out the gallery above to re-live some of Kurt Cobain’s most memorable moments in photographs.  

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