The Word: Even millionaires get the blues, Miley Cyrus

“Sometimes I think only YOU get me, kitty.”

Life is so hard for millionaire Miley Cyrus.

The starlet got a bit mopey the other night with a series of introspective (stoned?) posts to Twitter, causing fans to worry about her happiness. “Ever feel like you want just … something more? Not sure what exactly. Passion perhaps?” she tweeted. “Sometimes I feel like I love everyone more than they love me. Hate that feeling. Maybe it’s not that they love you less. They just love you the most they are capable of loving.” But Cyrus was quick to clear up any confusion over the state of her engagement to Liam Hemsworth, posting, “No, there is not trouble in paradise.”

Anyone else read this and picture Miley posting this to Twitter while gazing wistfully out the window while a lone tear streaks down her face, coming to rest on her $1,000 intentionally distressed Marc Jacobs sweater?

LuAnn De Lesseps is trying for a baby. Ha!

LuAnn De Lesseps is so ridiculous I don’t even want to waste my energy writing about her. But I will, as it my sacred duty to you, my reading public. Apparently (and no way this can be real), the 47-year-old former countess is getting IVF treatments along with her 37-year-old French boyfriend Jacques, the man whom she was just caught possibly cheating on while at a trip to St. Barts.

“We’re moving forward.  I’m going to try IVF,” LuAnn says. She then makes a crack that Jacques thinks IVF means “Israeli Defense Fund.” (You sure you want to fakely procreate with this dude, LuAnn?)

“LuAnn is either trying to sell me on the story that everything is perfect or she’s trying to sell herself,” her co-star, Heather Thomson, said on a recent episode of “The Real Housewives of New York City” in a moment of surprising insight.

Or, you know, she’s trying to sell a desperate, untrue plot point made up by a team of diabolical producers at Bravo.



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