In the world of celebrity news, there’s no shortage of hits and misses. This week, Jennifer Lawrence becomes a real life hero and Drake and Chris Brown are offered $1 million each to fight each other.
HIT: Jennifer Lawrence aids a girl who passed out on her lawn
Jennifer Lawrence became someone’s real life hero when she and her neighbours helped a girl who collapsed outside of her home. Look! Humanity in Hollywood does exist outside of over the top fundraisers! I suggest she be inducted into the hero-status celebrity club, which also consists of Johnny Depp and David Beckham.
MISS: Jessie J got stuck in the washroom at a Watch the Throne show
The singer’s fun night out turned into an embarrassing life moment when she and friend got stuck inside a washroom at Jay Z and Kanye’s show in London. Jessie J and a friend went to go touch up their make up, but her friend mistakenly locked the door even though it looked broken. They were there for about 15 minutes when security knocked the door down to rescue the two. Then they returned to their seats and all their unknowing friends were all like: “why the hell were you in the washroom so long? Locked door? Sure…”
HIT: Emma Stone was a nerd growing up
In another edition of “Celebs, they’re just like you!,” Emma Stone confessed to the Daily Beast that she used to roam forums and build websites as a kid. Seriously, where is the BFF button?
MISS: Drake and Chris Brown offered a million dollars each to throw it down in the boxing ring
A boxing promoter is offering $1 million to each party, and even throwing in another million if Rihanna would be the ring girl. While it may all go towards charity, that is a disgusting idea. I know it’s been a while since we’ve had a good hip hop beef to discuss over morning coffee, but to turn someone’s personal drama into a public spectacle seems over the top unnecessary.
HIT: Jessica Simpson tweets photo of her baby
It seems like Jessica Simpson was pregnant FOREVER, so getting glimpse of Maxwell Drew Johnson is even sweeter. Our first glimpse of baby Maxwell was on the cover of People but we prefer this at-home shot.
MISS: Nora Ephron passed away
The brilliant screenwriter behind When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle and Julie and Julia, was 71 when she passed away of leukemia on Tuesday night. The female master of words was also a noted journalist and essayist, and created smart dialogue for smart women. She’s influenced just about every one of your favourite female screenwriters, such as Lena Dunham and Mindy Kaling.