The heavily airbrushed face of famous teen Kylie Jenner appears on the cover of this month's Fault and inside the magazine, the youngest Kardashian (or—more likely—Kris Jenner wearing a Kylie Jenner mask) has all sorts of in depth insights into the world. "There's definitely a spiritual side to me and I honestly want the best for everyone," she says. "I'm not materialistic."

She continues:

"I love clothes and all that stuff, but I don't need it to live. I feel like, not that I've had everything, but once you feel you've had everything at a young age, you can either go down a path of being spoiled and self-centered, or you see it isn't everything."

She also talked about the public's perception of her:

"People are going to judge you no matter what you do. So now I feel like I haven't been open as much as I used to be. I haven't really been letting my fans get to know me a lot; I closed down a little. I love to connect with people, but it became just a bigger door for people to judge me."

...I feel like, growing up, I haven't had a lot of room for error — I don't have room to make mistakes. You need to make mistakes to grow and learn, but I'm just a little different because the whole world is watching me, every single thing I do. So I closed my door a little, just until I get a bit older and then I'll probably get back into it. On Instagram I'm like a different person almost; I just show people what I want people see."

In Kylie's defense, it's not her fault that she got born into a family of fame-mongering, idiot-monsters.

[Gossip Cop]


Did Kelly Osbourne quit E!'s Fashion Police or was she forced out? "We are told she was given the option to quit or be fired," a network insider tells Radar. Adds another source, "In reality, she was let go. Producers had had enough...Kelly had beef when Kathy [Griffin] replaced Joan because she thought she was going to be the star of the show. She hasn't been easy to handle."

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The last straw, apparently, was Osbourne speaking out about Giuliana Rancic's Zendaya Coleman comments—something even Zendaya is tired of hearing about. [Radar]


Speaking to The Guardian, former Best Actress winner Halle Berry expressed frustration with the lack of diversity at this year's Academy Awards, saying, "I'm disappointed. I'm inspired though, when I see how many people of color are doing such good work out there."

She went on to add:

"The quality and value of our work isn't determined by an award. I would like to see more of them recognized, absolutely, but we all need to find the win in the work, and doing our craft. The real win is when we're not just selling stories of color, that people of color can be in everyday stories. Where we're not saying: 'These are the movies for black people.'"

It's still a struggle for her to get roles:

"I've always had a hard time getting roles, being of color, so I've got as many available to me as I've always had," the actress, who returned to TV this past summer as a star of CBS' sci-fi drama Extant, explained. "There's no difference for me. When I was 21, it was as hard as it is now when I'm 48. For me it's the same."

[US Weekly]


  • Hey! A group of fame-mongering, idiot-monsters went to Napa! [US Weekly]
  • Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney did the Polar Plunge for charity in Chicago. [E! Online]
  • BEHOLD: The first (very blurry) photo of Rihanna and Leonardo DiCaprio standing next to each other. [TMZ]
  • Celebrate your lack of thigh gap, says Demi Lovato. [NYDN]
  • Christopher Plummer didn't celebrate The Sound of Music at the Oscars because he wanted to give full credit to Julie Andrews: "It was really a tribute to Julie. [The Sound of Music] is her movie. If I had appeared there, I would have looked like a spare prick at a wedding. That's the most perfect description of how I would have looked." [ONTD]
  • Highs and lows in the life of Taylor Swift. High: She will be godmother to Jaime King's baby. [US Weekly]
  • Low: Katy Perry is maybe writing a diss track about her. [The Hollywood Gossip]
  • Can you imagine dating Catfish's Nev Schulman? [US Weekly]
  • Ryan Murphy and FX are helping the family of American Horror Story's Ben Woolf cover a portion of the recently deceased actor's final expenses. [TMZ]
  • Charmayne Maxwell, a member of the '90s R&B group Brownstone, has sadly passed away at 46. [NYDN]
  • Is Ryan Phillipe a feminist? "I'm very feminist, man." [ONTD]
  • Cara Delevingne is "secretly dating" St. Vincent/Annie Clark. [The Mirror]
  • Also starting a torrid love affair: America and Shia LaBeouf's rattail. [Dlisted]

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