The Kardashians Have a Hoo-Hoo Smelling Contest + More Celebrity Hijinks!


(Getty Images) Khloe, Kourtney, and Kim Kardashian

This is kind of really gross, but what else would you expect from the Kardashian family: Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kourtney Kardashian held a vagina-smelling contest. Yes, that's right, they had a blind contest to see whose minnie smelled the best. Guess who won? [Radar Online]

The Gossip's Beth Ditto was early Saturday morning, around 1:30 a.m. outside Bungalo bar in Portland. She was charged with disorderly conduct but released on her own recognizance. Pending what happens in court, Ditto could face a few months of jail time or a hefty fine. [NY Daily News]

After ten years away, the amazing Ricky Gervais is BACK as The Office's David Brent in a charity special. Check it out, right here, and get up to speed on what Brent is up to in 2013. [YouTube]
Also, he's in a reggae music video:
The adorable One Direction boys have finally revealed the name
of their documentary feature-length film. It's—drumroll please!—This is 1D—official hashtag #1D3D. Here's the trailer. [Mirror UK]
Love The Secret Life of an American Teenager and don't want it to end, ever? Neither did its creators. The show's last-ever season will premiere on ABC Family tonight at 8 p.m. "We had such a good time doing Secret Life, we hated to see production come to an end last fall," says creator Brenda Hampton. "We were hoping to keep going until the baby grew up and graduated from college." [EW]

Here's the trailer for season three of Awkward. It premieres on MTV April 16th at 10 p.m. [MTV]
Ryan Philippe sold his Los Angeles home for $6 million. Didn't get a chance to visit while he lived there? Don't worry, you can still scope out his interior decorating. [Radar Online]

Hillary Clinton finally comes out and says it—the former Secretary of State vocally supports gay marriage. [Jezebel]

Troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan got glitter-bombed on her way into court today. [LAT]
Redefining feminism for the 21st-century is a topic on everyone's minds lately—see Sheryl Sandberg's best-selling Lean In manifesto and all it surrounding media. Anyway, there's a great piece in the Guardian todayabout what happened post-90s riot grrrl. Karren Ablaze! (yes, the exclamation point is part of her name) writes:
To be a girl in 1990s America meant being fed on media lies that to be acceptable you must be impossibly thin and as pretty as a photoshopped picture. The official line is that you have equality with boys, yet your reproductive rights are being eroded. You have a high chance of being raped, sexually harassed or sexually abused, and a very low chance that any perpetrator gets convicted, and you'll be told you deserved it anyway because of what you wore or where you went. Want to scream? Want to make some noise? You might, but you're only going to get told to shut up and stop making a fuss, so what's the point?
Hm. Doesn't actually sound all that different from 2013, right? [Guardian]

Oh Hilary Duff, where have you been all our lives? The star resurfaces on our radar today with a cute little heart tattoo! [Twitter]



The latest beauty superfood to make headlines? Ch-ch-ch-chia seeds—yes those little black seeds that you can sometimes find creepily suspended in brightly-colored unidentifiable beverages at your local grocery store. Apparently Miranda Kerr and Gwyneth Paltrow are both huge fans. Eat your chia, people! [Daily Mail]
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