I may be a busy mom juggling work, soccer schedules, grocery store runs and never-ending piles of laundry, but I do my best to keep up on important world events. And, today, a little celeb-surfing led me to discover some truly notable news: It appears Suri Cruise has cut her own bangs.
As celebs attempt to out-quirk one another with increasingly unusual baby names, they fail to consider the repercussions that little Blue, Apple or Bronx Mowgli will one day suffer.
The ones who were less outraged -- and, in some cases, thought the tweet funny -- became driven to not only defend The Onion and the general thesis of satire and parody , but to turn tables to attack, sometimes quite viciously, those who were offended by it.
The baby twins on the cover of Shalom! -- the top selling papyrus celebrity mag in all of Israel -- drew Miriam in.
Suri gets almost as much press coverage as both presidential candidates. But, she's not running for office. She can't even vote. Or drink. Or smoke. Or drive. Or go on most amusement park rides. Because the girl is 6.
When Suri threw a temper tantrum over a puppy at a pet store, was she being an entitled brat or acting out during a rough period of time?
Mila is a hot number. She's on the cover of Glamour magazine. And she has so much to say.
Will Tom Cruise decide that it's more important to be a devoted dad or a disciple of Scientology? Katie Holmes may force him to choose.
If you wouldn't use the word "biological" when describing a child, than why use the word "adopted"? Is the point to imply that Holmes' loss of Suri would somehow be greater because she was her "real" daughter, as opposed to Kidman's loss of two children who weren't really hers?
Now that Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have dissolved their mutually beneficial union, where do they go from here? Nowhere but up. One of the things the American consumer of celebrity loves even more than a love story is a reinvention.
If society is a mirrored reﬂection of people strolling down life on the Project Runway, then we might have just walked the plank right off the edge.
We can only guess that trademarking the name Blue Ivy will have repercussions among other celebrity parents. We foresee more celebrities choosing ever more distinctive names for their children, to strengthen their case for trademark protection.
Seriously, people, everyone needs to calm down about Suri's propensity to play dress-up. She just wants to be like her mama. What's so horrible about that?
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Stars are responsible for some amazingly creative baby names: rediscovering old gems, honoring family members or artistic heroes, exploring far corners of the earth in search of original choices.
Not only are we expected to judge a celebrity's toddler's style, but we are asked to apply the superlative "better" to a person who probably doesn't even know what a "style" is.