Pop Culture: Gossip This!

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From the March 27, 2014 edition

Lots of celebrity hair news this week! Former Playboy model and magician-dater Holly Madison has dyed her hair from its platinum blonde to red. Alec's daughter Ireland Baldwin now has blue hair instead of purple. And Madonna posted a picture on her Instagram of her long-haired armpit. Social media reacted just as she hoped — in disgust. Likely up next: Photos of Madonna's red-and-blue-highlighted blonde bush.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are on the most recent cover of Vogue with the headline "#worldsmosttalkedaboutcouple." The issue has quickly become the #worldsmosthatedcover. Sarah Michelle Gellar, for example, publicly cancelled her subscription to the fashion magazine. There are also reports that its photographer, famed Annie Leibovitz, only did it for the money, which explains why the photo looks like it was shot at JCPenney.

Actress Uma Thurman defended the honor of Shia LeBeouf, whom she recently worked with on a film called "Nymphomaniac," in an interview with CBS News saying the actor "is just going through something. He's ... a natural-born artist." Indeed, just check out his seminal work with brown paper bags.

Proving she is the original Jennifer Lawrence, actress Emma Stone fan-girled out on an Australian radio show about Scary Spice and the Spice Girls and followed her fandom with the rap breakdown from "Wannabe." 

Actress Cameron Diaz told a UK publication that monogamy is pretty much impossible, saying, "Everyone has been cheated on, everyone will be cheated on." Anyone else have a sudden urge to watch "Vanilla Sky"?

In all seriousness, it’s sad that Mick Jagger's partner, fashion designer L'Wren Scott, died by suicide last week. In all surprise seriousness, Keith Richards is still alive.