Stella and Kristen Crash Lesbian Pizza Wedding
Plus cops hunt for Ellen Page's violent stalker.
Ellen Page Receives Horrifying Death Threats
“I find Ellen and kidnap her and kill her throat and let everyone see it on my Instagram,” promised the vicious stalker.
Authorities are searching for the person behind several threats to Ellen Page, who uses Instagram to taunt and threaten the actress. They’ve called her a “bitch actress” and “lying worthless Canadian” who “needs to die at my hands,” through repeated messages. The LAPD recently obtained a search warrant to track down the culprit using their IP address, but no arrests have been made.
Stephanie Rice’s “Let Me Go” Shoots Into Top 100
This beautiful journey of ours, known as season 12 of The Voice, comes to an end today.... When I look back, the first memory that comes to mind is seeing @BlakeShelton turn around for me. I knew life would never be the same. The second most significant memory is when the beautiful and caring @gwenstefani turned her chair. I immediately connected to the words she shared with me, and I knew in my heart I was meant to pick her. It was an honor to be on #TeamGwen. My third, and most cherished of all memories, is the moment THE @AliciaKeys stole me. I so much admire her as an individual and as an artist, and I always dreamed of just meeting her. To be honest, I deal with a lot of insecurity when it comes to my craft. Alicia helped me believe that I am an artist worth listening to, and I have so much that I want to say. She saved me not once but twice, and her belief has given life to my spirit. My spirit was also greatly impacted by all of the new amazing friends and family I gained while on this journey. I never imagined that my fellow contestants would become a permanent part of my life. I also never imagined that all the staff @nbcthevoice would touch my soul. They let me be who I am, and made me feel beautiful, loved and accepted every day I was there. I ESPECIALLY never thought that I would be joined on this journey by so many of you. YOU have made this journey everything that is has been for me. Thank you, ALL!! I want to end this reflection with what's been on my heart. I mentioned that I deal with some insecurities, but one thing I am not insecure about is sharing my life with you. I believe it's what matters most in this world - being open and honest with each other. Nothing is more beautiful than knowing we are not alone by sharing our lives with one another. Above all, I feel that my purpose in making it on The Voice was to share my truth with those struggling with their own. Let's all take off our masks, open our hearts, and bare our fears and dreams openly, honestly and courageously. #VoiceFinale
Stephanie Rice, the gorgeous lesbian singer who shot to minor stardom on The Voice, released her first single, “Let Me Go.” Stephanie become a viewer favorite with her distinctive voice and tragic backstory. The child of a Southern Baptist, Stephanie came out as a lesbian to her parents at eighteen, after her father confronted Stephanie about dating a girl. Rice’s parents reaction was remarkably cruel and fundamentally un-Christian. They disowned her in one of the cruelest ways imaginable, dropping her off in a Community College parking lot and speeding away as she chased the car, never uttering a word to their daughter again. Stephanie reached the Top 11 on The Voice, and her performances were marked with raw emotion.
“Let Me Go,” is a power ballad, rife with booming drums and intimate resentment. “If you don’t love me, just let me go,” Rice belts out in refrain, professing she’s not strong enough to leave but would very much like you to, you lying harpy. Add it to your breakup playlist and expect to hear it on The L Word Reboot. I listened to it twice and now I think the gay boys next door are mocking me beneath the window.
Kristen Stewart And Stella Maxwell Crash Lesbian Wedding
Looks like they’ve finally started a lesbian Make A Wish Foundation. Kirsten and Kayleigh Jennings married in Winnipeg over the weekend, and were delighted when Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell crashed their reception at a restaurant called Pizzeria Gusto. First off, obvious shocker: can you believe Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell eat not only gluten, but dairy? The restaurant owner took Kirsten aside at around 10pm. "The owner came up to me, and he said, 'Hey, is it OK if Kristen Stewart and her girlfriend Stella [Maxwell] come and have a few drinks with you guys?' and I was like, 'Yeah, totally! Yeah, no problem. Um, who is that?'" Kirsten Jennings told CBC news, revealing an embarrassing ignorance of current events.
"They looked just like two normal girls. They look a little Hollywood, but if we didn't know who they were, I don't know if I would have known," said Kirsten. "We said 'Hey, you know. Come on and meet your guests and, you know, don't segregate yourselves. Come and party." Using that classic Canadian nice and a backhanded compliment to deter cliquey lesbians. Smooth.
Cara Delevingne Drops First Music Video
Taking another step toward ubiquity, Cara Delevingne released a music video for her new single “I feel everything.” It’s intercut with clips from Valerian, which makes sense as the song is part of the movie’s soundtrack. Unfortunately, this cross-promotion lends a gloomy air to the otherwise bouncy track, as Valerian tanked spectacularly after a deluge of nasty reviews. It’s also odd. There’s no obvious link between the subject of the song (I like you!), Cara Delevingne’s role in the music video (singing into the camera in a dashing pantsuit, occasionally changing wigs), and the high concept sci-fi scenes spliced into the video. That being said, Cara can get it, any day, any time, and it really doesn’t matter what she does or if it works.
X Factor Rapper Honey G Is Into Honeys
Honey G, former X Factor contestant and white rapper, has come out as a lesbian. Lucky us. I was tipped off that Honey G might not taken particularly seriously in her native England by the normally staid Telegraph, which referred to her as “the hip hop superstar no one particularly wanted” who is “best known for Top 150 hits including The Honey G Show and Hit You with the Honey G.” Those are remarkably bad song titles for truly terrible songs. Honey G came out with characteristic elegance, in a tabloid profile titled “I’m into honeys” accompanied by a nude photoshoot. It’s something. "Obviously I get worried about homophobia because there are a lot of homophobic people out there. They might not like it,” Honey G astutely observed. She’s looking forward to the groupies. The many groupies.
Lesbian Rapper Young M.A Nominated For VMA
Curve cover girl Young M.A, the only lesbian rapper to achieve a Billboard top 20 song, was recognized with a “Best New Artist” nomination for the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards. While Young M.A. has made it clear that she doesn’t want to be defined by her sexuality, she’s also never shied away from her lesbian identity, frequently dropping sassy references to in her lyrics. She’s facing tough competition, going up against the likes of SZA and Khalid.
Tegan And Sara Announce 'The Con' 10th Anniversary Covers Album
Tegan and Sara are organizing a stirring tribute to themselves. The duo announced they’ll be releasing an album of The Con covers by other artists in October to celebrate the excellent album’s ten year anniversary. They must be so touched. The Con X: Covers will drop in October. Also relevant: Tegan is posting so, so many cat pictures on the official Tegan and Sara Instagram. Above is one. Enjoy.