Here's That Photo of Rihanna Doing Drugs Off Some Guy's HeadS

There's some debate as to whether Rihanna is seen here cutting up cocaine or rolling a blunt off of some guys head — with the flash making the buds look white. Either way, she clearly has a job in PR if her singing career falls flat after she caused a sensationalist shitstorm by posting an Instagram photo of herself doing something shady at Coachella. "Memories don't live like people do," she wrote. Attracting equal amounts of praise and outcry from denizens of the interwebs, the social media maven then backed up her hardassness over on the Twitters. "I'm crazy, and I don't pretend to be anything else," she added. High levels of fame, social networking sites and 24 year olds are a heady mix, my friends. [Daily Mail]


As the nation pauses to remember Dick Clark, Madonna was one of the first celebrities to offer her condolences – while making it all about herself — by posting this video of a 1984 episode of American Bandstand on her website, wherein he gets her to rightfully predict she will one day rule the world. [E!]
Conversely, Denis Leary decided to take a dig at dear, ol' Dick just hours after his death was announced. "With Dick Clark dead, Casey Kasem now reveling in his status as last and reigning king of leather faced syrup voiced lizard people," he wrote on Twitter. "I'm gonna package a Dick Clark Hologram mc'ing a Tupac Hologram summer tour." [TMZ]


Here's That Photo of Rihanna Doing Drugs Off Some Guy's Head

Judd Apatow said he's looking to start a massive girl fight, well, insofar that he hopes people will continue to fight about whether or not the characters in Girls are irritating and overprivileged. "When we made it, we always knew that it was a show you should fight about," said the show's executive producer. "It was built to be a show that you'd have to defend or argue about - for some people, it would make them angry - and we go over that terrain for the course of the ten episodes. So hopefully people will fight about it every week! Not just one week." [Vulture]


With a borderline disturbing obsession with Law And Order: SVU I may not be the best person to speak rationally about Mariska Hargitay. That aside, I challenge you to watch her lose her shit when talking about her kids and the challenges of her adoption experiences and not fall in love with Ms. Olivia. Struggling after an adoption fell through last year, she says it was all part of the process and she's so happy to have met her daughter, Amaya. "This has been a year of true blessings," she said. P.s. She was a guest star on the now defunct Ellen? Who knew? [Us]


Here's That Photo of Rihanna Doing Drugs Off Some Guy's Head

Though it goes against every fiber of my constructed drama-loving being, Sheree Whitfield of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta infamy makes an interesting point when she says she's leaving the show because Bravo all but encourages women to act like back-stabbing bitches. "I'm tired of the fighting and the cattiness," she said. "I want to be part of something that empowers and inspires women to not only be healthy, but to treat themselves with respect. I wish the rest of the women the best of luck." [Wetpaint]
Now sources are saying that she was ousted from the show for being a diva. But wouldn't that make her worth keeping? [Radar]


  • We called it before, but even James Bond himself – aka Daniel Craig — is calling bullshit on the advertising swap that'll ensure the agent drinks Heineken instead of martinis in Skyfall. "It's unfortunate but that's how it is," he said. Indeed. [Page Six]
  • LMFAO are fighting over they money they've made from their irritating hits, with Redfoo and Sky Blu booking separate DJ gigs. [Page Six]
  • When asked outright if he is dating Michelle Williams, Jason Segel says he just wants to be happy. [Page Six]
  • Swinging violently between awesome and cringeworthy, Seinfeld's Jason Alexander is partnering with the real-life inspiration behind the Soup Nazi to release a range of delicious supermarket offerings. Update: nope, any excuse to watch Elaine's revenge makes this officially fall on the side of awesome. [Page Six]
  • They'd go the full Sharon Stone for a Diet Coke – and why not? Diet Coke is chemically delicious – so it should come as no surprise that the Kardashians have got their kit off in the ad for their Kardashian Kollection Home line. [NYDN]
  • It's probably going to smell of bubblegum and cotton candy, but fans of Nicki Minaj will no doubt be excited to learn that she's going to release a fragrance. Those who get headaches from overpowering vanilla-scented perfumes will be less than impressed. [NYDN]
  • Ensuring that you're going to be sick of hearing about it before it arrives, Jack Black says Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's wedding won't be happening for a while. [E!]
  • Anyone who wants to see Channing Tatum grind around on stage should check out this Magic Mike trailer. [E!]
  • Today in gross and sad, a 12-year-old girl from Jersey was threatened and sexually abused by a 34-year-old Justin Bieber impersonator. [E!]
  • Alec Baldwin's stalker Geneviève Sabourin confirms that she's afraid she'll be the focus of press attention while, you know, speaking to the press. [E!]
  • Sad news: Men at Work's Greg Ham was found dead in his Melbourne home. Police are currently trying to determine cause of death, which sounds like it wasn't the most natural of passings. [Yahoo]
  • Hey Bronx residents, did you know that you're officially a trend? Well, according to Jennifer Lopez's stylists you are, and Jenny from the block of yore is rocking you. [Us]
  • Quick, nosy assholes of the world, start your tutting! Victoria Beckham decided to go for a fruit platter on her 38th birthday instead of a cake. [People]
  • Wow, Anthony Hopkins is going to make a totally amazing Alfred Hitchcock in Hitchcock, which will focus on the making of Psycho. [People]
  • The gays – I'm assuming, if this is not the work of the gays then knock me down with a dildo – have reworked The Golden Girls into The Golden Shower Girls. As if the real Rue McClanahan wasn't great enough, the voiceovers add a certain something. [OMG]
  • Sick of hearing about Mel Gibson's anti-Semitic, homophobic and misogynist rants? Well, let your ears do the work with the release of his latest classic hit. [Radar]
  • We'd forgotten about it pretty quickly, so you can dry your non-tears now that Eva Longoria and Eduardo Cruz are back on. That, or just enjoying some post-breakup tongue. [Radar]
  • Pleasure overload: season four of Arrested Development will be premiering in its entirety. [Contact Music]