Jenelle Evans and David Eason: Wedding Called Off?!

David Eason Holds Jenelle Evans Bump VMAs 2016

Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans’ dreams of happily ever after appear to be crushed … mere hours before her wedding to David Eason.

Did a blowout fight torpedo the nuptials for good?

According to Radar Online, Evans called off her wedding following a dramatic fight with fiancé David just prior to her rehearsal dinner.

Why? The reason is pretty much vintage Jenelle.

The mercurial mother of three was reportedly livid after the father of her daughter Ensley had … worked on their home all day beforehand.

That’s right, rather than doting on her, pampering her or even just helping get ready for the wedding, Dave was outside doin’ his thing.

Jenelle did not react to this well at all last night.

“You’re not giving a f–k what I feel,” Evans screamed at Eason, whose explanation apparently didn’t suffice, as Jenelle also proclaimed:

“I’m done … you can have the ring!”

For full effect, the 25-year-old Carolina Hurricane proceeded to slam her engagement ring onto a table in the back yard of her house.

All in front of shocked guests, no less.

Jenelle then vented to a friend about the meltdown, alluding to her bitter estrangement from mother Barbara as an underlying cause.

“I said for two hours I wanted him to care about me, talk to me about my mom situation. I don’t have a mom coming tomorrow,” Jenelle said.

“He has a mom. I want his attention. This is my house, and he does not give a f–k,” Evans fumed to her confidant in hysterics.

“I’ve been crying all day. Everyone is going to see the way I feel. I’m not doing this,” she said, storming off the property. Wow.

Puzzled guests began to trickle off the couple’s North Carolina property soon afterward as the mood soured, to say the absolute least.

You don’t see that every day. Even …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip

Joan Didion and Rolling Stone: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing

Joan Didion Is Ready for Her Close-Up
Dana Spiotta | Vogue
“What struck me, as a young person, was how unapologetic [Didion] always appeared, how self-possessed. She, like Susan Sontag—another writer who didn’t seem to mind getting her photo taken—remade for me what was possible for women. They were intellectuals who also seemed to understand what their physical selves signified for the culture. We gazed at them, and they gazed back.”

The Original Shock of Rolling Stone
Amanda Petrusich | The New Yorker
“That pop music dominates the cultural conversation is evident and presumed. Yet, in the 1960s, rock records didn’t command column inches in serious publications. Back then, [Jann] Wenner’s insistence on the music’s significance and import—its relevance to the Zeitgeist, its abundance—was a lunatic gesture.”

Beware the Open-Plan Kitchen
Caitlin Flanagan | Vulture
“Bristol and Aubrey Marunde are the stars of Flip or Flop Vegas, and they have brought the HGTV formula—an endless loop of television in which the dreams of women are made manifest by the swinging sledgehammers of men—to the quivering edge of reductio ad absurdum. They love one another; they never quarrel; they worship together at the Church of Home Depot in the Parish of Lowe’s.”

Who’s Laughing Now?
Tom Bissell | Harper’s
“At the end of the 2004 show [of SNL], after Trump wishes everyone a good night and the credits roll, he can be seen embracing Seth Meyers, who, 13 years on, would emerge as one of his chief comedy antagonists. … And there’s Trump shaking hands with, of all people, Questlove from the Roots. And then there came a great earthquake, and the full moon became like blood, and the stars of the sky fell to the earth.”

Harry Dean Stanton: Fully Inhabiting Scenes, Not Stealing Them
Manohla Dargis | The New York Times
“His role as Travis [in Paris, Texas], …read more

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Kylie Jenner: When Is She Due?!?

Kylie in a Bra

Has it sunk in yet?

Can you actually believe it?

Or are you still waiting to be told that Kylie Jenner isn’t really pregnant? That this is just a contrived PR scheme in order to draw attention to Keeping Up with the Kardashians celebrating 10 years on the air this fall?

Well… it’s not.

It’s true: Kylie Jenner really is pregnant with her first child at the age of 20.

The father of rapper Travis Scott, who is five years Kylie’s senior and who has been dating Jenner since April.

No member of Kylie’s famous family has confirmed this stunning development, but reliable sources such as TMZ, Entertainment Weekly and People Magazine have all verified the news.

“They started telling friends a few weeks ago,” an insider tells People. “The family has known for quite some time. She is really excited and so is Travis!”

This could totally be true.

But it could also be true that Kylie, at just 20 years old and merely starting out in the business world, didn’t exactly plan on getting knocked up by someone she’s been dating for just a few months.

“Everyone is overjoyed for her,” this same source adds. “This is the happiest she’s ever been.”

Hey, if that’s true… more power to her. Hooray for Kylie and Travis!

As for a couple pertinent details regarding this baby-to-be?

Jenner has apparently been telling friends and family members that she’s having a girl.

Us Weekly reports that she is at minimum four months along and is therefore due in February.

Just a month before that, half-sister Kim Kardashian is expected to welcome her third child via a surrogate she hired along with Kanye West.

Back to Jenner, however:

“Kylie broke up with Tyga partly because she felt too young to get serious,” People writes, emphasizing that there are no wedding plans on the horizon for Kylie and Travis …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip