In an interview with Andy Cohen, Brandi Glanville sounded off on Gerard Butler, Chelsea Handler, and Oscar-dress haters.
Brandi said that she felt "vindicated" after Gerard came clean about hooking up with her in the past. As she explained, "We had a little texting today, and I think he's a doll and I feel bad for what I said. He is lovely and I appreciate him making it right."
Brandi wasn't so forgiving after Chelsea dissed her during her appearance on "Watch What Happens Live." As Brandi ranted, "Chelsea, suck it! We know each other, we have the same gaygent, I made out with her lesbian friend and her assistant and her brother, so she hates me."
After topping several Worst Dressed Lists at this year's Oscars, Brandi offered this message to her critics. "Dear all of you, I really don't care what you think. I love the dress, and the fact that, I, Brandi Glanville, made any Oscar list, it's freaking amazing. You're talking about me, it's the Oscars, guess what? Yay! I win! Go f--k yourself."
Brandi is not the only one who is addressing the critics. Who else is smacking down on haters?
Holly doesn't care what the critics think about her decision to name her newborn baby Rainbow Aurora. As she explained, "There are a lot of smug haters out there who bag on my choice of a name, but I don't care about what they think.
She also talked about what kind of daughter she wanted to raise. "I want my daughter to be proud of who she is and learn to speak up and stand up for herself at a young age. I spent most of my life being a people-pleaser who worried about what other people thought or thought was cool and I don't want that for her."
Keri is sick of dealing with angry Beyonce fans. Their rumored feud has been going on for years, but fans were particularly offended when Keri refused to pose on the red carpet for an issue of Juicy Magazine that had Beyonce on the cover.
As Keri tweeted, "You have no idea what your hateful words could do to someone's spirit. Years of verbal abuse from strangers all day long. Enough is enough! I'm here for MY FANS! I'm stronger than you imagine, but waking up/goin to bed to your ugliness is just TOO MUCH, kids. I get it, ok? You can stop now."
Regarding the Juicy Magazine incident, Keri tweeted, "As far as WHATEVER ur really mad about, I had my reasons. It's been yrs! Just chalk it up to your ignorance of my reality and LET...IT...GO."
Jada Pinkett Smith
In a recent Facebook post, Jada asked the media to rethink the way it treats young stars like Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, and Quvenzhane Wallis.
"Are we bullying our young artists? … How can we ask for our young stars to have a high level of responsibility if we are not demonstrating that same level of responsibility towards them?"
She continued, "This last week, I had to really evaluate the communication in regard to our young artists in the media. I was trying to differentiate cyber-bullying from how we attack and ridicule our young stars through media and social networks. It is as if we have forgotten what it means to be young or even how to behave like good ol' grown folk. Do we feel as though we can say and do what we please without demonstrating any responsibility simply because they are famous?"
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