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Selena Answers that Same Old Question, It Tears Us Up

Selena Gomez
CREDIT: INSTYLE

As she posed for the camera in a Downtown L.A. motel that charges by the hour, Selena Gomez says she never intended for her life to become a tabloid.

The photoshoot was for InStyle UK and in the interview she revealed — or repeated — that she was tired of talking about Justin Bieber. We get it. We’re tired of Justin Bieber, too.

READ: Sorry Justin, Selena Gomez is Definitely Over You

In fact, she’s dating someone else — and she won’t say much more. “It’s hard and I’m weirded out by the idea that a guy has googled me before we meet, and that has happened.” She adds: “I feel like I look 16 sometimes, which is a bummer because I would love to date older guys.” We’re sure older guys would love to date her too, but we’re not going to make it weird.

She also talked about her bestie Taylor Swift and how their typical girls night is not about PJs and pillow fights, but mostly talking about boys and regrets. Wait… isn’t THAT a typical girls night?

Read more about what Selena has to say about her body, boys and her family here.

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Finally! Someone Calls Trump Out, Sort of

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Finally! Someone Calls Trump Out, Sort of

Donald Trump
CREDIT: WASHINGTON POST / STEPHEN B. MORTON / AP

“Donald Trump is a bigot and a racist,” says Dana Milbank from the Washington Post. It’s really what we’ve all been thinking, but few openly say it, especially to the media.

Unlike many of us with fully functioning inhibition transmitters, Trump usually says what comes to mind. He’s been at it for quite some time, calling President Obama a Muslim and not an American by birth, insulting women with vulgar epithets, describing Mexicans as rapists, and mocking Asians and the disabled. The list goes on and on and will continue to grow as long as he is the Republican front-runner in the presidential race.

READ: Donald Trump Thinks ‘Operation Wetback’ was a Successful Example of Mass Deportation

Which brings us to the following: how the f*ck  is he the front-runner for president of the United States? The majority of his supporters are “white, less-educated and middle-aged or older, but not necessarily bigots and racists like him,” Milbank continues. They support him because their anxiety over the changing American economy is growing and he’s their venting vehicle. The good news is “thirty-two percent of Republicans supported Trump in the latest Post poll, which means 86 percent of the overall American electorate hasn’t embraced him,” Milbank notes.

Let’s keep it that way.

Get more details on Trump’s racist and bigoted tirades here.

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