Miley Cyrus is the biggest feminist ever y’all…
First she decided to put on a skivvy and now Miley Cyrus is out and about talking feminism. Say what now?
In an interview with BBC Radio 1’s Newsbeat the 20-year-old singer told listeners “I feel like I’m one of the biggest feminists in the world because I tell women not to be scared of anything.”
The former Disney star went on to say “For me, it’s not even that I’m a feminist. I’m for anybody. I’m for everybody, for everything. I don’t care what you wanna do in your life, or who you wanna be with, who you wanna love, who you wanna look like.”
If you can’t get enough of Feminist Miley then here’s a taste of what she’s been up to lately:
Mariah Carey really didn’t like working on American Idol
We all know Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj didn’t exactly get along on the set of American Idol last year (watch their showdown here) but we didn’t realise it was bad in truly BIBLICAL proportions.
In a recent interview with American radio show Hot 97, the singer spoke about her time on Idol, saying “It was like hell, like going to work with hell everyday with Satan”. Carey went on to say “They gave me a nice dangling monetary moment…but honestly I thought it was going to be a three-person panel.”
We can only assume that the fourth person the Dream Lover singer was referring to was Ms. Nicki Minaj, who – like Mariah – won’t be returning to the judges panel next year.
Watch the full interview here:
Is The Voice joining the TV show ‘The Voice’?
In the best reality TV news we’ve heard all week (Ali got kicked of The Bachelor guys, there hasn’t been much to celebrate), reports are circulating that John Farnham is set to sign on as a judge for the 2014 series of Channel Nine’s The Voice.
That’s right guys – The Voice may be joining the Voice. Rumour also has it that Farnham will be joined by former Spice Girl, Mel B, who is set to be released from her contract with Channel Seven early in the new year.
But with only four chairs to fill, who are they set to replace? It’s little surprise Seal won’t be returning following his frustrations with the Australian press.
But with Joel Madden and Delta Goodrem contracted to return for another year, that only leaves the Livin’ la Vida Loca heartthrob Ricky Martin unspoken for. We predict hearts will break across Australia should our favourite ‘adopted Aussie’ fail to return to the famous red chairs in 2014.
This is what happens when you stalk Alec Baldwin.
New York judge Thomas Mandelbaum found the actress guilty on five charges due to her “relentless and escalating campaign of threats” that “served to harass, annoy and alarm Mr Baldwin” and “terrorised his wife”.
The Canadian actress had dinner with the Golden Globe winner in 2010 to discuss her career. However Ms. Sabourin continued to contact Baldwin afterwards, constantly sending emails, calling him and turning up un-invited to his homes in Long Island and New York.
Whilst Genevieve Sabourin was found guilty she maintained the fact that she was innocent, telling the court that “I haven’t done anything wrong”.