Meet Brooke from TCU

Our college girl of the day is Brooke from Texas Christian University. Technically she’s not in college anymore (graduated last month), but she’s a former TCU cheerleader so we figured we’d show some love.

Know a college girl BC readers need to meet? Let us know: or IG/@bustedcoverage.

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Goopy Haters Are Just Jealous Of Her Beauty And Success, Obviously


The world always needs laughs, but the world really needs laughs after today’s Trump news that is making the planet cry aerosol tears of sadness. So, an interview from my favorite comedian Goopy Paltrow was farted up onto the internet at the right time. Goopy did an interview with Net-A-Porter’s The Edit (via Refinery29) where she continued to prove that the dingles she sharts out while defending Goop are as precious as the articles on Goop themselves.

Goopy said not too long ago that the hate she gets from unenlightened peons doesn’t bother her since she knows that important revolutionaries like herself always get shit. Goopy added to that with The Edit. If you pfft’d at sticking a $ 66 jade egg from Goop up your vagina and also laughed at fucking yourself with a geyser of steam to cleanse your uterus, you only did it because the advice came from a beautiful and successful woman! Your coochie would be singing Steam Heat right now if a homely loser told you to steam your vagina. Goopy says that she gets hate because she’s a woman, specifically a woman who is considered successful and attractive. Leave it to Goopy to find a really ridiculous way to say, “Excuse my beauty!”

“It’s got a few layers to it. People were fine with me as an actress, but with Goop it was like, ‘Stay in your lane.’ Women in general get a lot of pushback, especially if you’re successful and attractive… I’m not saying I’m attractive. I mean when you’re considered attractive.”

I love that she said that she’s not saying she’s beautiful, but that it’s you who thinks she’s beautiful.

I bet the ugly lady regulars of the world are pissed at beautiful and successful Goopy Paltrow today. They were happily going through life with everyone listening to them because they’re not hot and poor. Goopy Paltrow just gave up the secret power to being busted and broke!

Poor beautiful and successful Goopy was also asked about the term “conscious uncoupling” for the four millionth time. The pioneer of pretentiousness said that everyone laughs at her at first, but they end up following her later.

“People are coming around. I know it’s a dorky term, but it’s very worthwhile. I’m always the person who gets shit at first, but then later people say, ‘Hey, maybe that’s a good idea.’ I don’t mind.”

Goopy really deserves all the credit. Being beautiful and rich is a struggle none of us homely poors will ever understand, and also, when Walmart starts selling cooch eggs and at-home pussy steaming kits to the peasants, she won’t haughtily laugh and  say, “I told you so!” So brave. So selfless.



You Might Not Recognize These Stars in Their Yearbook Pictures

Before they became household names, plenty of today’s biggest stars posed for potentially awkward yearbook photos like the rest of us. While Gwyneth Paltrow and Meryl Streep had looks dramatically different from what we’ve grown to expect from them, Zac Efron and Ashton Kutcher merely appear like mini versions of themselves. Read on to see all the epic flashbacks, and then learn even more about your favorite stars with their birth names and real ages.

Source: Pacific Coast News Online, Seth Poppel/Yearbook Library

POPSUGAR Celebrity Confirms That Fergie Is No Longer A Black Eyed Pea

Black Eyed Peas

It was rumored a few days ago that Fergie had either been kicked out of the group or she left due to “creative differences.” The rumors are true. has confirmed that Fergie is officially out of the group. While talking to UAE entertainment magazine Ahlan! (via E! News), said that it’s not that dramatic; Fergie is working on her solo stuff, and they’re working on their latest project, Masters of the Sun. There was a rumor that Fergie might be replaced by Nicole Scherzinger, but said that’s not true. Nicole is just working with them on their new album. He added that Black Eyed Peas is on Fergie’s second solo album, Double Dutchess. did manage to make it a bit dramatic by implying Fergie was never really that permanent a member of the group.

“Since the beginning of Black Eyed Peas, we’ve always had amazing vocalists that appeared on the mic with us. People like Macy Gray, Esthero, Debi Nova, Fergie. On Elephunk, there were several females that appeared on that album. Obviously Fergie was the featured female, but on songs like Let’s Get it Started, it’s Noelle (Scaggs), and then Fergie, songs like Latin Girls, it’s Debi Nova, and Request Line, it’s Macy Gray. We’ll always work with good females.”

Oh yeah, of course. Who doesn’t immediately think of Macy Gray or Esthero when they think of The Black Eyed Peas? Fergie is usually the third or fourth person down the list. Although to be honest, I almost always forgetfully refer to her as “the one with the eyebrow ring and the humps.

Fergie’s former Black Eyed Peas bandmate Taboo tweeted a picture of the “classic” lineup about a week ago, which might have been a subtle little dig at Fergie Ferg’s expense.

Fergie joined The Black Eyed Peas in 2002 and sang lead vocals on four of their six albums. She most recently appeared with them during a performance at Coachella in 2015. If Fergie was just a casual friend of the group, then thirteen years is a long time to go without making her a regular. Maybe that would explain why Fergie was forced to pee her pants on stage; she was still in that weird probation period where you’re still scared of getting in trouble for taking too many bathroom breaks.



In the Era of ‘90s True Crime Retellings, We’re Missing One Crucial Story

It seems near-undeniable that we, as a society, are better off for the recent wave of ’90s true crime documentaries and retellings. We’ve gotten O.J. Simpson’s story retold in detail, over multiple platforms. We’ve been made to feel ashamed of the way we all, collectively, reduced Marcia Clark to her haircut. We’ve re-examined JonBenét on Netlix and Tonya Harding on ESPN, with a Margot Robbie big screen version of Harding still to come. Even the Menendez brothers got a documentary. (So what if it was so boring I fell asleep after 20 minutes? It still got made.)

There’s a very important, culturally momentous name missing from that list: Lorena Bobbitt.

When it come to ’90s crime fame, she’s clearly in the top tier of the list. Our fascination with rehashing these stories is a fad ready to be cashed in on, and the Bobbitts’ story is rife with salacious material, ready for a Ryan Murphy anthology entry or a Netflix documentary.

To start, John Bobbitt is still, by all accounts, just the biggest, laziest, unflushable floater shit imaginable. Twenty years after the incident, he took to telling outlets just how good his D still works. The NY Daily News felt it acceptable on the 20th anniversary of the event itself to give him a platform for this gem of a statement:

«Being the most famous man to have his penis chopped off does have its advantages. It definitely has not hurt my love life — in fact it improved it.»


He did porn, and he says he slept with 70+ women since having that D c’d off. Doctors told him he’d never bone again, but he did, like 70 times. What a hero! Somebody throw this guy a fuck parade, pronto, this paragon of paramours.

No. We’ve heard more than enough about John’s junk. The ostensibly all-American John Wayne (his actual name) has a very different place in American history than his Ecuadorian-born ex-wife.

No, the story that’s been left untold for nearly 25 years is that of Lorena Bobbitt, then only 22 years old, who was raped-not for the first time, not even close-by her husband, cut off his penis and threw it out her car window, and was thus turned into a pop-culture punchline.

But in this age of revisiting our past simplifications, maybe it’s finally time to be done with this total misogynistic, inhuman reduction of a woman brave enough to offer herself as a symbol of domestic abuse survival, to mere she-devil penis jokes. Do you have to celebrate a violent outcome? No, of course not. But you do have to realize we’ve spent nearly two and a half decades laughing at a victim of abuse.

In the years since the incident, as John dedicated himself to proving his manhood (70 women, you guys! Wowsers!), Lorena Gallo now runs an organization, Lorena’s Red Wagon, designed to aid victims of domestic abuse and their children, a widespread need that still gets little attention. I can’t help but imagine a world in which Bobbitt’s story was a conversation point rather than a punchline.

But as she told HuffPo recently, that wasn’t the case. «They wanted to talk about his penis, not my story,» she said. «Maybe it looked like a reality show from the outside, but we were not in a cast. It was real life.»

You know how Ryan Murphy shamed an entire country for the way we fixated on Marcia Clark’s hair instead of the case she was fighting?

Imagine if he could do that, but for Gallo’s statement there.

In that profile on Gallo, HuffPo reported that in 1993-the year the Bobbitt’s case exploded in public interest, and a year before both the passage of the Violence Against Women Act and seeing the O.J. Simpson case conflate reality with reality TV-approximately 2,160 women were killed by their romantic partners. They posit that «in an alternate version of history, the sad and horrible story of Lorena and John Wayne Bobbitt would have served as the perfect opportunity to start the dialogue.»

And while print and online profiles like that one are a great start, there’s nothing like the wide reach and intimate, personal audience-to-character connection found in a television or film medium. So if Serial, Making a Murderer, The People v. O.J. Simpson, and all the rest are any indication, we now have the potential to be that alternate history. Please, some beautiful Hollywood soul, take on this story and remind us what shits we were in 1993.


Vivian Kane doesn’t get to swear quite as much over at The Mary Sue, but you should still come visit her there, or on Twitter.


Raiders Fan Unloads Multiple Rounds Inside Florida Pawn Shop, Front Door Won’t Open, Total Chaos….Dare I Say The Raiders ARE BACK?

HELL YEAAAAHHHHH BABY! Need more proof the Raiders ARE BACK? I don’t. Not when a Raiders fan and his accomplice barge into a Broward County pawn shop and start unloading caps all over the store. This all went down on May 22, but the cops now have the footage and they’re out there hunting for that Raiders fan and his boy.

Let’s stop right here. We need to have a heart to heart. I know you guys rarely watch the videos posted. You have to watch this video.

• The front door won’t open

• The side door won’t open

• Fat Raiders fan gets stuck trying to go over the counter…his boy has to push him over

From the Broward County Sheriff office:

Just before 5:30 p.m. May 22, the two thieves approached the shop. The first suspect entered the store and held the door for the second man. Almost immediately, the first robber brandished a semi-automatic handgun and pointed it at the victims. The second man rushed toward the counter holding a bag.

Once the shots started, the victims ran for cover. The armed robber fired off several shots in the direction of the employee and customers. No one was wounded.

In a mad rush to escape, the two thieves struggled with the front door. They were unable to open the door and decided to slide through the small opening between the metal bars and the display counter. That plan also proves a challenge, as the bigger of the two men gets momentarily stuck between the counter and the bars. They did eventually flee out the back doors.

The first suspect is a black male, with a heavy frame, approximately 6 foot 4 inches and 300 lbs. with shoulder-length dreadlocks. He wore tan or light-colored cargo pants, a white or off-white button-up short-sleeve shirt, a black undershirt and a baseball hat. He held a silver semi-automatic handgun.

The second suspect is a black male, 5 foot 11 inches, 180 lbs., with a medium frame. He wore black pants and a black hoodie jacket. He arrived in a black, older model Lincoln MKZ.

This has to be a BC Video of the Year contender. Raiders fan trying to roll over that counter is priceless.

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Men’s Rights Activists Rethink Their Strategy Re: ‘Wonder Woman’

Dear Men —

Look: We’ve got a problem here. Wonder Woman is coming out tomorrow, and all of our efforts to trash this movie have failed. From all accounts, the movie is great and no matter how many times we suggest that the reviews are feminist propaganda from paid shills, we can’t seem to dampen the enthusiasm for this movie.

These women-only screenings are a nightmare for us, because what if these women go to a movie without us and enjoy it? Who is going to be there to explain to them the true origins of the character, and interrupt them every 10 minutes to describe how the movie is different from the comics, and remind them that Wonder Woman was created by one of us (never mind that Wonder Woman was inspired by Olivia Byrne and Margaret Sanger; the important thing is she was created by a man, and we need to remind women of that as often as possible!) What if they have a good time and we have to listen to them tell us about it? What if they don’t see us roll our eyes when Princess Diana kicks a dude’s ass? How are we going to play killjoy if we’re not even allowed to watch the movie with the very people whose joy needs to be killed?!

This is untenable!

So, we have to rethink our strategy, and I think I’ve come up with the perfect solution. You know that book, Lean In? Yeah, well, I’ve been reading it, because it pays to know the enemy, and I think I’ve come up with the magic pill.

Here’s the plan, fellas: Instead of shitting on the movie, we regale it!

Wait, wait, wait! Don’t get your knickers in a bunch. Hear me out, OK.

Tomorrow is opening day, and I want every one of you — and I mean every one — to rush out and buy as many tickets as possible. Take your sons. Take your brothers, your nephews, your fathers. We need to open this movie, and we need to open it huge. I’m talking Fast and the Furious numbers here, fellas. And when the demographic breakdowns come in on Sunday, I want it to read 65 percent men. I want the Cinemascore from males to read A+. And then I want you to tell every guy you know how great it is and how they have to go see it immediately.

And when the box office report comes out on Sunday morning and it says that Wonder Woman opened with $ 120 million, guess who gets to take the credit? That’s right, fellas. We do. The thing to do here is not to discredit Wonder Woman, but CO-OPT it! Make it ours! We can’t get rid of it, so we have to steal it! And when you see a group of women on the street talking to each other about how Wonder Woman was pretty good, you leap in and exclaim that it is the best. That you’ve never seen a better superhero movie in all your life. Shout it to the rafters, men! There’s a victory to be had here, chaps. But it doesn’t have to be their victory. It can be ours!

And the thing is, when Wonder Woman succeeds beyond everyone’s wildest expectations, we can lead the charge for sequels. And more female superheroes. And more female directors. But never, for a minute, let women believe they did this on their own. We led the effort. Men were out in front!

It’s foolproof, fellas! Foolproof, I say! We’ll beat them at their own game! And if it works here, we’ll roll this strategy out wide. Fuck it! More female representation in movies? Absolutely. Equal Rights Amendment? Consider it done. Equal pay? Hell, we can pay them more! And the best thing is, we can take credit for all of it! And when women finally get everything they ever wanted, we’ll remind them that we cut a window out of the glass ceiling so they could climb through and look down on us!

So, what do you think, men? The future belongs to women, and when the winners write the history books, I’m sure they’ll remember to thank us for our efforts! We got them right where we want them!


Behind the Exhibit: Andy Warhol. Dark Star

The Andy Warhol. Dark Star exhibition will be on display at the Museo Jumex in Mexico City from June 2 to September 17. It is the first survey of its size to be organized in Mexico and will explore the first decade of Andy Warhol’s artistic perspective. Curated by Douglas Fogle, the exhibition is meant to show how as a post-war artist, Warhol developed into a creature of his environment. “He both wanted to be famous himself and was in awe of the mechanism that produces fame and celebrity,” Fogle explains. “In some ways I think that the first decade of his artistic career from 1961 to 1972 was the truly revolutionary moment in Warhol’s career.” Fogle continues to describe how Warhol imported pop culture content into his work while simultaneously radicalizing the methods by with artists could create. A perfect example of this would be Warhol nicknaming his studio The Factory and famously comparing himself to a machine that produces art.

As far the works included in Andy Warhol. Dark Star, Fogle struggles to choose just one favorite. “Can I cheat and choose two works?” he requests. “I’d have to say that it is either “Orange Disaster #5″ from the collection of the Guggenheim Museum or “Silver Liz as Cleopatra” which is on loan to us from the Art Gallery of Ontario,” he decides. “Orange Disaster #5″ is an iconic Warhol piece, with 15 repetitions of an empty execution chamber in black on top of a blazing orange background. This piece is the only work from the “death and disaster” series that is devoid of people. Fogle says it best when he says, “Death comes to every man. If the renaissance masters include certain objects like skulls in their still life paintings as memento mori, Warhol gives us an entire image worth of remembering that all life is transitory.”

“Silver Liz as Cleopatra” repeats a publicity image of Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra from a time when Taylor’s face had been plastered over the tabloids for her health issues. “Tayloralong with Marilyn Monroe and Jackie Kennedy, were part of Warhol’s pantheon of Hollywood goddesses. They were his muses. All of them had been touched by tragedy in one way or another,” Fogle describes. 

Although the exhibition includes over 100 works, Fogle decides, “You could make an exhibition by just putting these two works in a room facing one another. Together they say it all–the light and dark side of our modern world all wrapped up in one package.”

The complete survey encourages viewers to recognize the relationship between the light and dark side of consumer culture that Warhol was so famously inspired by. There was a tragic notion that stemmed from the post-war consumer. The American population prefers to remember Warhol’s colorful portraits of Campbell soup cans and forget that the silkscreened stories of car crashes and suicides are just as important. “He thought of the Marilyn Monroe silkscreen paintings as having a funeral-feel to them as she had just committed suicide,” Fogle admits. “With the glamour of a new car comes the possibility of a car crash. A shooting star in Hollywood comes the possibility of a celebrity to burn out,” Fogle says of the most surprising aspect of Andy Warhol. Dark Star.

Take a look through the gallery above for a peek at the works included in Andy Warhol. Dark Star.

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Netflix Cancels ‘Sense8’

After two seasons, Netflix has pulled the plug on The Wachowski’s epic series Sense8, via TVPatrol:

«After 23 episodes, 16 cities and 13 countries, the story of the Sense8 cluster is coming to an end,» Cindy Holland, VP Netflix original content, said in the statement. «It is everything we and the fans dreamed it would be: bold, emotional, stunning, kick ass, and outright unforgettable. Never has there been a more truly global show with an equally diverse and international cast and crew, which is only mirrored by the connected community of deeply passionate fans all around the world. We thank Lana, Lilly, Joe and Grant for their vision, and the entire cast and crew for their craftsmanship and commitment.»

That is a bummer. I loved bold, uncool bravery of season one; in fact, a lot of folks on staff fell in love with the first season because — as clunky as it could be, at times — it was a transcendent celebration of love, and we are all saps.

I have to admit, however, that I’ve been stuck on episode four of the second season for a few weeks now, and I know it will get better, and I know I will finish it and probably love it, but with so much else on, the series might have needed to grab us sooner out of the gate.

We don’t know the exact reasons for the cancellation, but relatively low viewership combined with the expense of a series this vast in scope probably doomed it. We were fortunate, in fact, to get a second season at all. So, thanks for that Netflix, and I look forward to seeing many of these actors in other projects.

The cancellation of Sense8 comes days after Netflix cancelled The Get Down, another series too expensive to justify its small viewership.


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