Delusional Fans Petition Beyoncé to Skip Kimye WeddingS

As many of you know, Beyoncé, an extremely famous and remarkably talented woman, may one day attend the wedding of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, an extremely famous woman whose talents are mostly branding, Instagram and peplums. Many (at least 277) Beyonce fans are not pleased about this, so they've taken to Change.org to PETITION BEYONCE to CANCEL HER HYPOTHETICAL SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT.

"We must do all in our power to stop Beyoncé from attending that god forsaken wedding," reads the petition. "Beyoncé should not be forced to go and sit through that torture while surrounded by the Kardashian pigs." This will certainly undo that — because, as we all know, Beyonce lacks all decision-making functions: her entire life is decided by the whims of Jay-Z and the caprice of petition signers on Change.org.

The petition goes on to outline a few excuses Bey can offer as to why she missed the most important event of the century: say Blue Ivy is sick! Say you have work! Say Michelle and Barack called you in for a meeting (ha, nice try; Kim and Kanye are more important than those two, remember?). She could also offer the timeless excuse of "Sorry, over 200 strangers on the Internet petitioned against me attending so I will not be there." [Idolator, image via Instagram]

Unrelated: Beyoncé FaceTimed a fan mid-performance, snatching up a concert-goer's phone and shouting an amicable greeting to her friend — proving once and for all that the best way to get to Beyoncé is by brandishing a cell phone in the front row at one of her shows. [Vibe]


Delusional Fans Petition Beyoncé to Skip Kimye Wedding

BREAKING: Duchess of Cambridge is Normal Woman with Human Features. There's an entire article about how Kate Middleton is "going grey"; according to my empirical observations of the extremely close-up photograph of her that accompanies this piece, there are five (5) grey hairs in her entire head. "Greying hair is not normally directly associated with pregnancy," the article helpfully notes. [Daily Mail]

Kate continues to live on the edge. In addition to not getting her five individual grey hairs covered with dye, she took a bus. Just got on it and sat down. The world watches in rapt horror. [ABC]


Delusional Fans Petition Beyoncé to Skip Kimye Wedding

Selena Gomez continues to not understand what a feminist is. In an interview with Flaunt magazine, the singer said that Lorde's criticism of her for being anti-feminist by singing a song ostensibly about her sexual availability and passiveness is "not feminism." She added, "[Lorde is] not supporting other women." Feminism: the fundamental belief that all women are right, literally all of the time??

On the bright side, it's nice to see two young ladies in a media-manufactured feud about whether or not one of them is capitulating to patriarchy! Kind of? I don't know, guys. [Page Six]


  • Harry Styles wore a lil tiny man bun. A baby Rohan. It's... a work of art. [E!]
  • Lady Gaga used to smoke 15 joints a day and now she smokes 0 joints a day. [NY Daily News]
  • Idris Elba has a girlfriend who is probably pregnant. Time to throw away your Idris Elba wedding vision board. [TheYBF]
  • Taylor Swift, who is famous for being boorish and uncouth, is learning some goddamn manners before singing in front of the Royal Family. [Perez Hilton]
  • FINALLY, every question you've ever had, answered: The Best and Worst Celebrity Autographs (Shaq's autograph SUCKS). [Page Six]
  • Rob Lowe is spending too much time at his son's frat house because he likes playing XBox a lot. ROB COME PLAY XBOX WITH ME (I do not have an Xbox but I have a lot to say about rape culture and Jennifer Lawrence's new haircut). [HuffPo]
  • Christina Ricci hates bras. [ONTD]
  • Sharon Osbourne is sorry for telling everyone on The View to go fuck themselves. [TMZ]
  • Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, the most beautiful and poised swamp witches in all of the swamp, are giving up acting for good. [NY Daily News]
  • Ke$ha and The Flaming Lips are no longer collaborating. RIP the best song about having a sexual encounter with a spiritual being that never was. [Rolling Stone]