It’s funny how Maddie, Nia, Chloe and possibly the other girls have all confirmed shit they’ve read about themselves on social media have made them cry and people continue to bash them. From Maddie saying she’s cried herself to sleep at night, Nia crying tears in front of millions and Chloe crying in her video for Seventeen. You’d think some of you would learn. I guess you won’t. It makes me ill that people have got nothing better to do in their lives but judge and bash teenagers whom you don’t even know. It makes you look pathetically sad. It’s not a good look. Must live a pretty miserable life to continue to talk about kids the way you do. I hope it makes you feel good. I guess that’s all you got to make you feel good about yourself. I guess if that helps you sleep at night.


Part ½ of Nia’s and Kenzie’s duet “The Long Goodbye”, they placed 5th

EXCLUSIVE: Oops! Taraji P. Henson Explains How She Mixed Up Coldplay and Maroon 5: There Were 'a Lot of Drinks' in the Super Bowl Suite

Taraji P. Henson really loved the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 halftime show – even if she didn’t totally realize who was performing right away.

The Empire star, who was at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California for the big game on Sunday, took to Instagram and Twitter after the explosive performance to gush about how much she loves the halftime show headliner: Maroon 5.

“YAAAAAAASSSSSS!!!!! #maroon5 is life to me!!! #superbowl50 #HappyCamper I am,” Henson captioned a pic of the show.


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The only problem, of course, is that Coldplay rocked the halftime show, not Maroon 5. Maroon 5 were not involved with the performance in any way.

ET’s Kevin Frazier caught up with the 45-year-old Golden Globes winner in her luxury suite at the game, where she revealed that the mistake was due to some tasty beverages.

“I don’t know if you know how it goes down in the suites,” Henson explained. “They put a lot of drinks in there - Kool-Aid, lemonade, iced tea. I mixed it all and I sat there and I’m sitting with people who drank the Kool-Aid as well.”

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According to Henson, she wasn’t really sure who was performing, but she somehow got Maroon 5 in her head. When she asked everybody else in the suite with her, they all agreed that it was, in fact, Maroon 5, so she went with it.

That’s when she suddenly got inundated with messages telling her about the mistake.

“Angie Martinez, Mary J. Blige, my cousins, my mother, my grandmother – everybody’s texting me, ‘change your post!’” Henson said, laughing. “I [thought] they’re mad because I didn’t give homage to Beyoncé! I’m like, 'The Beyoncé post is coming!’ Then I realized it was Coldplay.”

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Henson quickly took the embarrassing posts down. She later tweeted, “Oooooooopppps. Lmao! #Superbowl50.”

Oooooooopppps. Lmao! #Superbowl50

— Taraji P. Henson (@TherealTaraji)

February 8, 2016

“I’m human. I made a mistake. It happens!” Henson told ET. “Come on! I drank the Kool-Aid!”

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anonymous asked:

Predict one thing about the following teams' personal relationships (either romantic or non-romantic) that could happen within the next six months: Kayne/O'Shea, Denney/Frazier, Weaver/Poje, Virtue/Moir, Denney/Coughlin, Castelli/Tran, Paul/Islam, Seguin/Bilodeau. Oh, and I'll throw in Chanith for good measure.

I’m answering in only song lyrics

Kayne/O’Shea: I luh ya puppy

Denney/Frazier: i’m a survivor i’m not gon give up

Weaver/Poje: if ya like it then you shoulda put a gold on it

Virtue/Moir: such a good kisser

Denney/Coughlin: if ya like it then you shoulda put a ring on it

Castelli/Tran: and now I cooooome to you with open arms (togetherness)

Paul/Islam: of ya like it then you shoulda put a ring on it 

Seguin/Bilodeau: everybody wants to rule the world

Chanith: baby, baby, baby ohhh


Part 2/2 of Kenzie and Nia’s duet “The Long Goodbye”, they placed 5th