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Who the hell thinks its okay for a tabloid rag to speculate on the chromosomal condition of toddlers–in any case, but especially based on a few grainy photos?
For the record, Star, Down Sydrome isn’t “drama.”
Seriously. This magazine marks a new cultural low. AND THAT’S SAYING SOMETHING.
I know this.
And yet, how can I not be thankful that this photo was taken?
I mean, the cracking up. The energy. Shiloh’s missing tooth. Those perfectly unlaced moto boots. Mad’s furry coat and big ol’ white feet. And–sigh–Zahara is my new style icon, goodbye Alexa Chung…
Families this fuzzin’ cute should be ILLEGAL! But thank god they’re not.
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Proof positive that having a baby is good for a Hollywood career: Forbes recently unveiled their second-annual “Hollywood’s Hottest Tots” list (for kids 5 and under), claiming that, in these hard times, “fawning over celebrities and their picturesque families may be just the sort of distraction people need.” Okay, sure, except half of the kids’ families are far from “picturesque,” unless that picture Forbes is referring to is an ugly one painted by breakups, breakdowns, and death (in bold):
- Suri Cruise
- Shiloh Jolie-Pitt
- Zahara Jolie-Pitt
- Pax Jolie-Pitt
- Sam Alexis-Woods
- Cruz Beckham
- Matilda Ledger
- David Banda
- Sean Preston Federline
- Sam Sheen
It’s true, though, that people crave new things, which explains why the Jolie-Pitts, who were introduced to the world from 2005-2007 in quick succession, are on the list (Knox and Vivienne were too new, but will undoubtedly dominate next year) and why Sam Alexis Woods, born in 2007, makes the cut (as Dad Tiger always does).
But Suri Cruise wins not because her parents are either revered, pitied, or despised, but because they’re a nonstop creepfest, and that, well, that never gets old.