Just when we thought things couldn't get any worse over on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
But that wasn't the case!
Everyone from Miley Cyrus to Neil Patrick Harris is giving their opinion on the death of Chris Guerra. Hot on the pursuit of Justin Bieber's car, the paparazzo lost his life following a fatal blow from an oncoming car as he tried to cross Sepulveda during a traffic stop.
We even dished some more of our own feelings on The Talk, offering opinion of Bieber himself, but now we've learned that even film critic Roger Ebert wants to chime in!
It began with a tweet:
Someway, somehow…the truth always comes out!
In a public letter addressing the matter, Kluth cited "a series of recent events" and a lack of "authenticity" in her contributions to the site.
It turns out that was all just code for negative publicity and bad ideas on her part.
A source has come forward to clear up the situation
Admitting it is the first step!
Kim Kardashian had a sartorial epiphany on Monday: not everything she wears looks good.
Kimmy confessed on her blog
The reality starlet has been blogging budgeting tips for the website CouponCabin since Kate Plus 8 went off the air in 2011, and now, the company's CEO has made a letter public in which he reveals she has been DIMISSED!
Scott Kluth writes:
Seriously, how much more hell can this woman cause?
Hasn't she done ENOUGH?!
Apparently not, as Teresa Giudice recently took to her blog to discuss the explosive first part of The Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion special, and although she came off in a MUCH LESS than positive light for most of the episode, she's STILL maintaining that she has done nothing wrong…because she didn't reveal any of her fellow castmembers' dirty laundry!
An angry Roberto Cavalli is on the attack after discovering Giorgio Armani moved his Milan Fashion Week show one day earlier, leaving him the only big name designer showing on September 24th, the final day of Milan Fashion Week.
Last year Italian designers caused a big stink over the Milan schedule when Conde Nast editors threatened to skip it entirely because the dates coincide with London Fashion Week and the beginning of Paris Fashion Week.
Now Cavalli is worried