The Word: When skeletons attack!

LeAnn Rimes

Once upon a time, there were two living skeletons. One was an entertainment journalist named Giuliana Rancic and the other was called LeAnn Rimes, and she was once famous for being a singer but is now known to us because of cheating and weddings and showing off her bones in bathing suits or whatever. Now, these two skeletons have both became much more skeletal recently (which is hard to do when you’re already a  skeleton but somehow these two pulled it off). Then, the reporter skeleton had the nerve to tell the Huffington Post that the singing/home-wrecking skeleton seemed “a little thin right now” and went as far as saying, “I think she looks great when she’s a bit curvier.”

Well, the singing/homewrecking skeleton didn’t like this too much and tweeted to her:
@GiulianaRancic hey, we should go to dinner sometime. You get criticized all the time for how small you are. You can see just HOW much I eat and maybe put a stop to this crazy ‘shrinking’ once and for all.”

But the Rancic skeleton wouldn’t back down! No, she just held up her tiny bony fists and then went to the E! Network to say: “I don’t see anything wrong with pointing out that someone looks good curvier. There’s nothing hotter than a girl with some curves. I wish I was a curvy bombshell! … trust me!”

And that is the tale of the two fighting skeletons. If they start new careers, like being rented out for haunted houses or being body doubles for Rachel Zoe, I’ll keep you posted.

His first car accident

Justin Bieber reached another milestone — his first fender-bender. The 17-year-old singer’s black Ferrari reportedly collided with a Honda Civic in an underground parking structure, according to the L.A. Times. Bieber was behind the wheel at the time. “No one was injured and there was no damage to either vehicle,” the LAPD said in a statement. Glad we could all share in this life step with him.

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