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Britney Spears In “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets” On “Jimmy Kimmel Live”

November 21, 2014 • By

Jimmy Kimmel Live! Show

On a recent episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” celebrities appeared on the eighth installment of “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets.”

Britney Spears was one of the celebrities that reads a mean tweet about herself, as well as Ty Burrell, John Stamos, Chris Pratt, Gwyneth Paltrow and others.

Unfortunately some people are cruel and write mean things to celebrities on Twitter. Jimmy regularly shows “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets” to raise awareness, and hopefully make people think twice before they post something mean, since nasty tweets can cause pain and be very upsetting.

Hopefully someday people will stop writing such cruel things on twitter, but until that day it is nice to see the celebrities make fun of it!

Watch the video below and see how celebrities take such cruel mean posts and laugh at them!

Zendaya Speaks Candidly About Drake and Race in America

November 21, 2014 • By

Zendaya Coleman Speaks Out

In a recent interview with Yahoo Style, Zendaya Coleman gave us some insight on her feelings about Raven Symone, Drake and race in America.

Here’s what Zendaya had to say about fellow Disney star and friend, Raven after the “That’s So Raven” star stated that she didn’t want to be labeled as African-American,

She’s grown. She can say whatever she wants. Everyone has an opinion. Opinions are like buttholes. Everyone has one and everyone thinks everyone else’s stinks.

Zendaya has said that she wants to continue to be part of the Disney family, she is currently starring in and producing the Disney Channel Original Series “K.C. Undercover”. She is also working on her next album and hoping to work with Drake.

Here’s what she says about Drake,

He has to know I’m obsessed with him

Recently Zendaya has been receiving heavy backlash after she was cast as Aaliyah in a “Lifetime” biopic even though she backed out of the role, she has been criticized for not being “black enough” to play the role.

This is what she had to say about the criticism,

It doesn’t make sense. Here’s how I put it: The first African-American President of the United States is half-black. So is he not the first black president? Is he just the first half-black President? Do we take that credit away from him? No. Whoever is supposed to play Aaliyah- whether they are half-Asian or whatever- it’s not about that. It’s about doing that with respect and integrity.

We are proud of Zendaya for standing up for what she believes in, she is a very strong young woman!