You were my best friend and I fell in love with you. But ever since that day, you’ve taken me for granted.
You think I have so much to offer and you support me endlessly. You want the best for me even when I think I don’t deserve it. You have more faith in me than I have in myself.
“Why she was crying, I don’t know. Kids should cry when their arm is broken and it’s hanging off or somebody died.”
More than a failure.
I had high hopes for Lifetime’s adaptation of “Flowers,” because any adaptation is better than the horrible, godawful 1987 version.
In a spoof tailor-made to trend on Twitter, The Soup invited on Mrs. Cory Matthews to lampoon the recent Lindsay Lohan disasterpiece, Liz and Dick, which premiered on Lifetime last week.
We’ve created this myth about her so-called amazing acting chops but now we’re realizing that may’ve not even been true. Sure, she starred in some good movies when she was a kid and a teenager but Lohan has yet to recapture her essence as an adult.
You should’ve seen me before, back when I wasn’t broken. Really, I wish you could’ve. It wasn’t always tense and complicated. I wasn’t always damaged goods.
From behind the lens, de Cadenet, 39, has cultivated relationships with her subjects, many of whom are A-list celebrities. But it’s quite a leap from celebrity photographer to talk show host: the average female television viewer isn’t paying attention to who photographed Kim Kardashian in last week’s People.
Taking our obsession with teenagers to the next level, we decided to just interview one. Just like any ol’ teenager who’s going to high school, waking up at 7 a.m. every morning, getting in fights with their parents, and dreaming of college. Perhaps by doing so, we could gain more insight into their fascinating world. We could start to remember more vividly what it was like for us back then.