Topic: body image

Emma Roberts Is Being Really Annoying About This Whole Kate Middleton Topless Thing

Emma Roberts Is Being Really Annoying About This Whole Kate Middleton Topless Thing

You know, a lot of us have kind of started just shaking our heads and laughing casually about topless pictures showing up, which is probably a relief for anyone who has nightmares about ex-boyfriends posting their private photos online. We seem to have embraced the fact that, under their clothes, everyone is naked right now. And sometimes things happen, like paparazzi taking pictures of you when you’re sunbathing in a remote house while on vacation in France (where topless sunbathing is pretty common). You know, like what just happened to Kate Middleton. When that happens, most of us just either shrug or say “wow, paparazzi are really invasive.” Not actress Emma Roberts! She tweets: More »

Let’s Mine Emma Roberts’ Pinterest For Clues About Her True Inner Self

Let's Mine Emma Roberts' Pinterest For Clues About Her True Inner Self

There’s been quite a bit of confusion ’round these parts as to what Emma Roberts is really all about. We know she’s decent at playing manic pixie dream girls, enjoys going to indie rock festivals, and tends to wear some odd combinations of clothing, not limited to but including socks and no shoes. But what’s her deal, really? To aid us in our quest to understand this sphinx-like young actress, we delved into that deepest of inner sanctums of a 21-year-old girl’s brain: her Pinterest account. More »

From “Scary Skinny” To “Full-Figured”: 5 Celebs Who Have Been Snarked For Both

From âScary Skinnyâ To âFull-Figuredâ: 5 Celebs Who Have Been Snarked For Both

Some celebrities are consistently being bashed for the same thing–Rachel Zoe is always “scary skinny,” like at last week’s Met Gala, for example–and that is upsetting. However, it’s not quite as disappointing as the body-snarking that happens to celebs who, like a lot of us, aren’t one body type or another. These women, whose weight fluctuates depending on, say, the role they’re playing, the workout they’re into, or what’s happening in their life, can’t ever seem to get it right. This does not send a great message to the rest of us. More »