Yesterday, a freshman student at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, just north of Seattle opened fire in the school cafeteria, killing one girl and wounding four other students, two boys and two girls currently in critical condition, before taking his own life.
It's been exactly seven months since Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin used the most eye-rollingly absurd phrase "conscious uncoupling" to announce their split. And Paltrow has moved on with a new man—American Horror Story and Glee producer Brad Falchuk.
Disney has, rather unexpectedly, teamed up with the super-cool Copenhagen label Wood Wood, and the result is as wacky as you'd hope: designers Karl-Oskar Olsen and BSS Jensen distorted Mickey's face to be the visual interpretation of the SKRRT sound.
In today's Tweet Beat, Julianne Moore speaks out against a horrible epidemic that must be stopped, Billie Jean King hangs out with some cool friends and let's all give Madonna some attention, please.
Aubrey "I was looking forward to a nice tuna sandwich on a bagel" Graham celebrated his 28th year on this Earth by borrowing one of Bill Cosby's sweaters and throwing a party at an adult arcade in Times Square, which weirdly is exactly how I would expect a young Canadian multimillionaire to spend his money.
.@TMZ it's sad, that my suffering amuses others
— Janay Rice (@JanayRice) October 22, 2014
Whatever intern runs the YouTube account of the OWN network has been hitting out of the park this week, as the channel now features several vintage clips of Oprah interviewing people who claim to have encountered ghosts. All of the clips are their own flavor of spectacular, but this clip from Halloween 1988 with an elderly woman who claims she fucked — ahem, "had an intense sexual experience" with — a ghost is really A+ content.
I never imagined a man with a deep bass voice singing Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass." But a song called "All About That Bass" should legally have a bass version. Here to right that wrong are the three vocalists in the video above: Bass singer Avi Kaplan and backup vocalists Mario Jose and Naomi Samilton.
Earlier today, TLC announced that it was canceling Here Comes Honey Boo Boo in the wake of rumors that Mama June was now dating an ex boyfriend who had just finished serving prison time for molesting an 8-year-old girl. According to TMZ, that 8-year-old girl was none other than Mama June's daughter Anna, nicknamed "Chickadee." Ugh.
Because you haven't seen enough Michelle Phan in your life: the beauty vlogger's been featuring her old Halloween make-up tutorials on YouTube, and WWD wrote a piece lauding the seasonality of her uploads and how you, the internet, are INTO IT, saying the beauty industry should follow her lead.
Not gonna to lie, I found Kiesza's video for the incredibly catchy "Hideaway"–the one where she danced all around Williamsburg, captured in a single shot–pretty tired (which is probably just me being sick of Williamsburg, but there you go!). So it's nice to see that she's come up with something less cringe-inducing for her video for "No Enemiesz." In this one, Kiesza's still dancing up a storm, but as she takes off each article of clothing, it morphs into a dancer who joins her in her quest for rhythm domination. She might be Robyn with better dance moves, but it's working.
After its retail locations filed for bankruptcy earlier this year, beauty brand Carol's Daughter has been purchased by cosmetics titan L'Oreal. The black-owned company that specializes in products for black women, will join brands like Urban Decay and Kiehls as part of L'Oreal's US lineup.
In their continuing quest to embody the phrase "beneath contempt," the sad, small people behind men's rights website A Voice for Men have set up a website impersonating White Ribbon, a legitimate domestic violence prevention organization. White Ribbon is calling AVFM's copycat website "vile" and imploring everyone who supports their work not to be fooled.
Hellraiser was made for under $1 million, but wound up becoming one of the most significant horror movies of all time. And yet, the more you learn about this film's production, the more of a miracle it seems. Here are all the strangest facts you need to know about the making of Hellraiser.
Apparently, Swedish fans are mad because they think Gwen Stefani's new song, "Baby Don't Lie," is ripping off "Heartbreakfree," a song by Ji Nilsson. Having listened to both, I have come to the conclusion that they are both ripping off something, and that something is dancehall.
As the grass grows deader and an otherworldly chill fills the air, thoughts turn to the march of darkness into waning summer days, and the unknowable, and sometimes horrifying secrets that it holds. It's here. It's finally here. It's our annual Spooky Stories contest.
Look down at your feet. If you're wearing Crocs or clogs right now, then you win and you're right on trend. There's a "low shoe revolution" afoot and it's all about comfort. According to this Wall Street Journal article, "Are High Heels Dead?" ladies are proudly taking to the streets in their best-worst "unfashionable footwear."
Debbie Lopez dumped Joseph Torres, but kept the engagement ring. He sued to get it back, but a judge ruled Lopez could keep it because Torres never "properly" proposed when he gifted Lopez the $10,000 ring. The one she wore on her left hand? On her ring finger? You know, like any old gift ring?
WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 24: U.S. President Barack Obama gives a hug to Dallas nurse Nina Pham in the Oval Office of the White House October 24, 2014 in Washington, DC. Pham, a nurse who was infected with Ebola from treating patient Thomas Eric Duncan at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas and was first diagnosed on October 12, was declared free of the virus on Friday. (Photo by Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty)
If you are a woman or a person of color or both (as are many of us here at Jezebel, as is feminist darling Roxane Gay), your default experience of the internet is likely to be one of harassment. But for others, namely a certain set of writers who overwhelmingly happen to be white and male, the prevailing struggle about online discourse is not "Why am I getting rape threats for a 400-word blog post?" but "Why is everyone being so nice?"