Sit DOWN Articles

Celebrities who deserve to be told to sit DOWN.

Shailene Woodley: The Emmy “reader”

Duana Posted by Duana at September 18, 2017 15:40:47 September 18, 2017 15:40:47
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Imagine that you are lucky enough to be involved in the biggest project of the year, at your work, say. Imagine too that you are plucked to be among much more experienced, celebrated, talented people who have been working juuuust about as long as you’ve been alive. Imagine having the gall, when someone asks you about this, to say “Oh, I actually don’t think any of it is very important. Full Story

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Sit DOWN, James Cameron

Sarah Posted by Sarah at August 25, 2017 16:09:04 August 25, 2017 16:09:04

James Cameron famously invented the Strong Female Character when he made Terminator, and there has never been another Strong Female Character since Sarah Connor. As the leading expert on Strong Female Characters and the only person in the world whose opinion matters on the topic of women in action cinema, The Guardian asked Cameron about Wonder Woman, and Cameron, the only person capable of creating Strong Female Characters, said no, she isn’t as Strong as Sarah Connor, because Sarah Connor is an inscrutable badass and a sh*tty mom and ugly to boot. Full Story

Justin Timberlake: Overall Oscars Worst

Lainey Posted by Lainey at February 27, 2017 23:46:11 February 27, 2017 23:46:11
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There is no dress that was as bad as Justin Timberlake last night. No outfit as hideous as his behaviour. No hairstyle as goddamn f-cking heinous as his need not only to make himself the story but to make his story part of everyone else’s story too. Full Story

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George Lopez goes off

Kathleen Posted by Kathleen at February 8, 2017 14:51:16 February 8, 2017 14:51:16
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Yesterday, Sasha sent me a video of George Lopez berating a female fan after he tells a racist joke and asked me to write about it. Sasha never does this so I know it really pissed her off. I also know this because she called him George F-cking Lopez. Here’s the video TMZ posted of George F-cking Lopez kicking the fan out of his show Full Story

Supermodel Throwdown

Maria Posted by Maria at October 18, 2016 15:35:37 October 18, 2016 15:35:37

There’s girl sh-t, boy sh-t, sibling sh-t, and then there’s Supermodel Sh-t. We don’t get it often, mostly because the real supermodels don’t give a lot of interviews. But when it happens it’s glorious because their shade has been honed in an industry that values judgyness and c-ntiness (see: Tom Ford, Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld). Full Story

Tom Hardy is an asshole

Lainey Posted by Lainey at December 21, 2015 17:12:00 December 21, 2015 17:12:00
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The Revenant junket happened the other day. Tom Hardy was available for interviews. But, actually, not really. Hitfix’s Drew McWeeny was supposed to interview Tom and was f-cked over. Normally when that happens, we’re too afraid to talk sh-t about the celebrity because we don’t want to be blacklisted by the studios for upcoming opportunities. Full Story

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Shame, Ridiculous 6. Shame, shame.

Sarah Posted by Sarah at December 14, 2015 20:47:59 December 14, 2015 20:47:59
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After an incident on set in which several Native American actors—and the cultural advisor—walked off Adam Sandler’s The Ridiculous 6, Netflix released a (sh*tty) non-apology basically saying we were harshing their mellow by overreacting because the movie is “broad satire” and the diverse cast is “in on the joke”. Full Story

JT bows down

Lainey Posted by Lainey at November 3, 2015 20:56:00 November 3, 2015 20:56:00
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Justin Timberlake showed up at the ASCAP Country Music Awards last night in Nashville to present Trisha Yearwood with the Voice of Music Award alongside former President Jimmy Carter. As a general rule, when you present to someone, do you think you should honour the person and, you know, step the f-ck back and let them be recognised? Or… do you think you should make it as entertaining as possible and therefore become part of the conversation? How would JT answer this question? Look at him bowing down on stage in front of Trisha. Full Story

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