Tom Hardy is a man. A man who like most men succumbed to posting ridiculous pictures on MySpace in the early aughts. The photos—which have been floating around the internet for awhile—show the beloved Brit wearing silly wigs, a trucker hat, and a wide assortment of underwear. There is also quite a bit of duck face.
US Weekly recently unearthed Kim Kardashian’s old MySpace account where her ex boyfriend Ray J held a prominent place in her Top 8 (LOOK IT UP, TEENS), she went by “Princess Kimberly,” and she was hoping to meet “God.”
Garnett Paul Spears spent most of his short life with a feeding tube, battling a bewildering array of illnesses. He died in January at five years old, after his sodium levels mysteriously spiked and a series of seizures. And now the cops have arrested his mother, accusing her of poisoning the boy.
Uh, so, apparently MySpace is back? And the hip kids are all about it? Pharrell, Riff Raff and some other ethnically diverse/super chic/ill-kempt youths are in the promo video, and last night at the El Rey theater in Los Angeles, celebs partied to celebrate the "relaunch" of the brand. Dress code: Cool…
As the 2012 political season heats up, it's important that we don't lose sight of what's really important in the election cycle: the fuckability levels of candidates' sons. Since Mitt Romney's got the sons with the squarest jawlines, let's start Decision 2012 with an epic Romney on Romney edition of Fuck, Marry, Kill.
"Not much good takes place at slumber parties for high school kids, and this case proves the point," begins an decision upholding the right of high school girls to post sexually suggestive, lollipop-toting shots of themselves online without being kicked out of public school extracurriculars.
• Two teens from Indiana have brought a lawsuit against their school after they were barred from participating in school activities following the discovery of some racy pictures they posted on MySpace. •
The Archbishop of Westminster, Vincent Nichols, head of the Roman Catholic Church in England, claims that "transient relationships" on sites like Facebook and MySpace are detrimental to teenagers and society in general. But is he right?
• Newsweek has a morbidly fascinating article on accused cat killer Tyler Weinman in which a clinical social worker who does not treat Weinman discusses the possibility that violence against animals may signal future violent behavior against people. •
Yesterday afternoon, a federal judge postponed the sentencing of MySpace predator Lori Drew to July 2nd, saying he needs more time to decide if the Missouri mom's cyberbullying conviction should be overturned.
There's a new MySpace web-based game show, BFF, in which best friends are tested on how well they know each other. This ground-breaking idea was also popular in 7th grade. [Variety]
Lori Drew returns to court today for a hearing that will determine whether or not the guilty verdict will stand.
• Although Afghanistan has seen an increase in the number of female police officers recently, many of the woman who serve are barred from certain duties, and not allowed to carry guns. •
- Britney's big eff you to her (chef) dad: Skipping dinner: "Britney thinks that if she doesn't eat much she will lose weight, then people will notice," an insider says. [MSNBC]
25-year old Valentina Kunasz, thejJury forewoman in the recently-wrapped Lori Drew trial, says she can't stop thinking about Megan Meier. "I still have dreams about the testimony," Kunasz admits, according to Wired. Because of her emotional reaction, Kunasz says that she and the other jurors wanted to convict Drew of…
Tina Meier was on the Today show this morning to discuss last week's verdict in the case against Lori Drew for harassing her daughter on MySpace. Though Drew was only convicted of three misdemeanors, but found not guilty of felony hacking charges, Meier says she still feels going through the trial was worth it. "It is…