Quick Thoughts On Some Celebrity Headlines
Here we go. It’s time to bust a move with a couple of celebrity headlines. You know Kristen Bell and Dax “No Talent Shep” from those television commercials featuring them as a couple. The commercials are for some company or product, I don’t remember. But, you know what I’m talking about. Kristen Bell was recently interviewed for Mens’ Journal and she discussed her thoughts on being married, among other things. You also know “D. SHEP” from some other supporting roles in some movies that weren’t very good. If they were any good, I might remember the names of some of them.
When Bell was asked her thoughts on monogamy, she answered: “I’m quite positive we are not meant to be monogamous. It’s difficult, and it requires a lot of attention, vulnerability, and openness.” That’s a standard, whatever-type response. No big deal. But, the media is making it out to be. There is no real particular slant to their coverage; nobody seems to be saying that it is the wrong thing for her to say. And, at this point, no religious groups are slamming her for the answer. Maybe they haven’t caught wind of it, yet. Some media outlets seem to vaguely reply that she is brave and honest for her opinion on the subject. She’s a hero. Such a strong woman. Now, if a man had said that monogamy wasn’t such a wonderful thing and that it was difficult, you know some women would be throwing a fit. The man would be labelled a chauvinist oinker and women would be advising her to dump him. You know it, and I know it. If I were Kristen Bell I wouldn’t be married to Dax, that’s for sure. He’s annoying, and that’s probably why she finds it difficult to be married. If she was with someone cool, she would think marriage was as easy as pie.
Celebrity Headlines: Next Topic
Let’s talk about the Weinstein and the Paltrow, because it’s a big deal. When Gwen Paltrow was 22 years old (which, according to her and nobody else, 22 years old is still a kid) she claims that Mr. Weinstein asked her to go into his bedroom for “massages.” She refused his offer. She told her then-boyfriend, B. Pitt, about the situation and he wasn’t very happy about it. Pitt confronted Weinstein, and Weinstein wasn’t very happy about that.
At the time, Paltrow was starring in a movie called Emma, which was being produced by Mr. Weinstein. The hands-on producer warned her not to tell anybody else about what happened between them. She obliged. “I thought he was going to fire me.” So, what does that tell you? It proves that being a big movie star is more important than turning him into the authorities. She should have been warning other actresses about his alleged sleazeball ways. That’s a great example to set for the young ladies. A role model through-and-through. As you’ve read elsewhere, Jolie, Arquette, and others have come out to share their alleged experiences with Weinstein. Paltrow and Weinstein went on to have a wonderful partnership. He made it possible for her to win an Oscar. Self-respect is nothing compared to fame and Oscars!
I remember the Bell and Dax commercials now! They were for washers and dryers. Right? I was going to mention a couple more celebrity headlines, but they’re exhausting. Let’s hope Dax and Bell have a merry Christmas again this year. When you’re rich, it’s easy to enjoy the holidays. When you’re poor, holidays are the pits.