Chelsea Clinton has recently “undergone a DNA test” and it’s proven that she might not be Bill Clinton’s biological daughter. Before you start screaming after realizing you care more about the paternity of Chelsea Clinton more than you ever thought possible, please keep in mind that this story was broken by The National Enquirer. But also keep in mind that TNE was responsible for breaking two pretty major political stories over the past 10 years: the John Edwards cheating scandal, and Bristol Palin’s pregnancy.
But let’s go back to Chelsea. Her father has long been rumored to be Hillary’s “former law partner” Webster (Webb) Hubbell. (Google ‘Chelsea Clinton Webb Hubbell’ for lots of fun image comparisons.) An “exhaustive investigation” that included analysis by “a nationally recognized laboratory that specializes in paternity testing” (does Maury use them?) has been conducted.
A lab official confirmed that finding “does not discount the possibility” that Webb could be Chelsea’s biological dad!
So, in the case of little Chelsea: Webb Hubbell - maybe you’re the father! And also maybe not!
Michael Douglas has officially morphed into an angry man who yells at clouds. He gave a very grandfathery interview to The Independent about the state of film in the United States just days after Dustin Hoffman gave one of his own.
“There’s something going on with young American actors—both men and women—because the Brits and Australians are taking many of the best American roles from them.”
Douglas, who I imagine was sitting in a rocking chair and shaking his fist at the sky while conducting this interview, went on to blame social media.
“In Britain, they take their training seriously while in the [s]tates we’re going through a sort of social-media image-conscious thing rather than formal training,” he says. “Many actors are getting caught up in this image thing which is going on to affect their range.”
But he didn’t stop there! Here’s where the interview sort of falls off the rails:
“With the Aussies, particularly with the males, it’s the masculinity. In the U.S. we have this relatively asexual or unisex area with sensitive young men and we don’t have many Channing Tatums or Chris Pratts, while the Aussies do. It’s a phenomena.”
This is the part during the family dinner where you serve yourself another heaping portion of mashed potatoes and quit listening to grandpa while he finishes his rant.
Here is a video of Lark Voorhies being interview by ET that will make you feel very strange. Nancy O’Dell refers to her as “a confusing version of Lark,” and I don’t disagree.
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- Natalie Portman asked Cate Blanchett for parenting advice. And if I were a parent with access to Cate Blanchett, I’d do the same. [People]
- Kesha says Dr. Luke tried to kill her dog. And you know what? I believe her. [TMZ]
- Scott’s Instagram is a sad place now. [Instagram]
- Hilary Duff needs to come clean about being a jaywalker. [ONTD]
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