February 02, 2012

Come On, People

I made the mistake of clicking on a link to People.com this morning, and was instantly sucked into the terrifying sausage factory of entertainment news—particularly this story about Ryan Seacrest and his girlfriend, Julianne Hough:
Julianne Hough is used to going toe-to-toe with leading men on Dancing with the Stars, but in real life, her biggest challenge is coordinating with her extraordinarily busy boyfriend, Ryan Seacrest.

"It's a hard thing to do, especially when you're so caught up in your work and bettering yourself," Hough, 23, tells Parade.com.
And cultivating modesty. Don't forget that part.

The rest of the article ("article" might be overstating the case, actually, since it probably tops out at 150 words, max.) essentially explains that sometimes, when two people have careers, they don't get to see each other as much as they would like. Isn't it weird seeing how the other half lives?

Also, on a more outraged note: screw you, Ryan Seacrest! How is it that this is the first thing I've ever seen about your personal life when you make a career out of dissecting the grocery choices that everyone else in Hollywood makes? I mean, okay, I don't really want to hear about it, but it seems dickish to concertedly stay out of the spotlight that you so shamelessly direct at everyone else.

I will now return to reading only Facebook and the occasional email in the morning.

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