Morning Sideboob: Lea Michele and Naya Rivera Are Not Making Sweet Music Together on the Set of "Glee"
Lea Michele Accused of Diva Behavior
Not all is smooth sailing in the land of “Glee.” Sad, too, since this is the show’s last season. Or is it? We don’t really know, but we think it should be. Enough already.
Wasn’t the death of Cory Monteith back in July supposed to have brought the whole cast closer together? They would pull through the dark days together. Besties till the end. There was even an episode titled “That’s What Friends Are For.” Not really. We don’t watch it.
Any good vibes borne of tragedy have dissipated because Lea Michele and Naya Rivera have gone from BFFs to mortal enemies. It’s gotten so bad, one of them stormed off the set, complete with an audible “hmmph,” a quick turn on the heel, and bouncing hair out the door.
So what happened? Lea had some personal business to attend to, which made her extremely late to the set and made the cast sit by and wait. Well, Naya wasn’t having it and complained to producers that Lea’s ego is out of control. Word got back to Lea, making the set quite chilly. Then one of them took off.
We know Naya’s having a rough time lately since Big Sean called off their wedding. So maybe this will all pass. Or maybe not.
Somebody let us know when it’s over.
Seth Rogen Doesn’t Blow Smoke Up Nancy Grace’s Ass
Seth Rogen is the new reigning king of weed comedy. And as such, he’s a pretty easygoing guy. That is, until you start spewing idiotic views about his most sweetest of leaves. Then the gloves come off.
Marijuana is now legal in the state of Colorado. There happened to be a murder in Denver. And so, crack detective Nancy Grace believes the drug is to blame.
Rebuttal from Mr. Rogen:
Well played, sir.
Kirsten Dunst Blames Casting Couch Victims
This one goes out to all those green wannabe actresses who hop off a bus onto Hollywood boulevard with a shoot of wheat hanging out of their mouths like Axl Rose in the “Welcome to the Jungle” video looking to make a splash in the motion picture industry. If you happen to have a casting director suggest any sort of sordid tit for tat in order to land a role, it’s all your own damn fault! You asked for it, honey. At least that’s what Kirsten Dunst thinks.
In an interview withW Magazine guest-editor Sofia Coppola, the 31-year-old reveals she’s never worked with a director who made an inappropriate advance on her, explaining, “I don’t give off that vibe. I think you court that stuff,” she says, “and to me, it’s crossing a boundary that would hinder the trust in your working relationship.”
So since it’s never happened to her, it doesn’t exist. Got it. And if it does exist, we know why.
Here are some more words of wisdom. Kirsten recently told Harper’s Bazaar U.K., “I feel like the feminine has been a little undervalued. We all have to get our own jobs and make our own money, but staying at home, nurturing, being the mother, cooking—it’s a valuable thing my mom created… And sometimes, you need your knight in shining armor,” she says. “I’m sorry. You need a man to be a man and a woman to be a woman. That’s why relationships work.”
Man man. Woman woman. Damn, now we’re questioning whether we’re performing our gender role correctly. A manual would be helpful.
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