Earlier this week, Beyonce’s frenzied Stans praised her for making a young fan’s entire life by photobombing her “selfie” during a live concert in Australia. Almost immediately after a video GIF and photos of the alleged photobomb went viral online, critics and bloggers voiced doubts that the photobomb was genuine.
One blogger even pointed out the timing of the shot and how no one — not even Beyonce — could posed for a photo in 2 seconds while in mid-yodel.
When the Beyonce photobombing pandemonium reached critical mass online, the fan in the infamous selfie — 15-year-old Valentina — finally stepped forward to admit the whole thing was staged.
Yesterday I told you about reality TV slut Kim Kardashian giving herself a so-called “Vampire blood filler” facial. Well, several doctors have gone on record exposing Kardashian’s pathetic attempt to fool the public.
Just days after skeptics began questioning if reality TV star Kim Kardashian was even pregnant with bestie Kanye West’s baby, she shows up out of the blue with a muffin top hanging over her leggings.
Does she really think we can’t tell the difference between belly fat and a baby bump?
Audio: Katie Couric releases voicemail of Ronaiah Tuiasosopo pretending to be Manti Te’o's girlfriend
Deadspin.com just posted audio of voice mails left by alleged hoaxer Ronaiah Tuiasosopo on the cell phone of Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o.
In the audio, Tuiasosopo (picture inset) is pretending to be Manti Te’o's girlfriend, Lennay Kekua — 2 days before she supposedly “died” of leukemia.
If you haven’t been following this bizarre story, click here.
The NY Daily News reported this morning that Tuiasosopo’s attorney admitted his client “disguised his voice” as a woman in order to fool Te’o for 3 years.
Former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o told Katie Couric he “briefly” lied about his dead girlfriend even after he learned she didn’t exist.
“Katie, put yourself in my situation,” he said, “I, my whole world told me that she died on Sept. 12. Everybody knew that. This girl, who I committed myself to, died on Sept. 12.”
But his girlfriend, Lennay Kekua, did not exist. It was all a hoax.
Katie Couric’s full interview with Te’o will air on Thursday (check your local listings for the station and time). It should be noted that both Couric and Te’o have the same agent.
Yesterday, the media and blogs came together in orgasmic praise for Beyonce’s rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. Some of the tone deaf listeners even compared Beyonce’s version to the best rendition of the National Anthem ever: sang by the late Whitney Houston.
Too bad Beyonce lip-synced the whole thing.
A former Notre Dame football star whose story of triumph over tragedy inspired millions was exposed as a fraud Wednesday. Manti Te’o, the runner up for the Heisman trophy, told the media his girlfriend, Lennay Kekua, 22, and his grandmother died within hours of each other in September.
“I miss ‘em, but I know that I’ll see them again one day,” he told ESPN before Notre Dame was blown out by Alabama in the college football’s BCS National Championship in Miami on January 7.
The gifted linebacker became the face of the BCS title game as he spun his web of lies about Kekua. He made national headlines when he said his “girlfriend” suffered serious injuries in a car crash a month before she died of leukemia in Hawaii.
The national media — and in particular, the sports networks, tripped over themselves in their rush to uplift Te’o as a symbol of hope over adversity, or whatever.