Drew Barrymore: “Women Can’t Do It All”

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Actress Drew Barrymore covers the February issue of MORE and opens up about overcoming her troubled childhood, running her beauty empire, and family life with husband Will Kopelman and their two daughters: Olive, 2, and Frankie, 9 months.

On the idea of women having it all: “I’ll get in trouble for it, but I’ll say it anyway: Women can’t do it all. Quantum physics actually says you can’t do it all. Like, you can’t do everything at every minute of every day; it’s actually not mathematically, molecularly plausible. [However,] I do think that women can do everything they want to do, especially if they work hard enough at it. I don’t believe anything comes easy. You have to earn everything in life.”

On her work-life balance: “I love the beauty industry because even on a workday I can wake up with my kids, go to work, come home, bedtime—there’s a normal life there. And it’s exciting when you have to go on a business trip, as opposed to a film where you’re gone for months. I can’t do that right now. As you add more onto your plate, particularly family, things have to fall off, or you won’t be a good parent.”

On her parenting style: “I didn’t really have parents, you know? And therefore the kind of parent I will be is a good, present parent. In a way, maybe that was a detriment to my youth, but it’ll be the biggest asset to my adulthood.”

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Who Said It Revealed: Tia Mowry

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It’s Tia Mowry!

In a recent interview with Cupids Pulse, Tia Mowry admitted that she still feels as if she’s a new mom:

“Be honest with yourself. In my opinion, there’s no such thing as balance! Some days, you’re going to be a better mom than other days. I have a three-and-a-half year old at home, but I still consider myself a new mom. I’m still learning new things.”

So, were you able to guess correctly? Either way, we hope you enjoyed the game and will participate in our next round of Who Said It!

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Everyone Hating on Keke Palmer Needs to Back the F–k Off

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Keke Palmer posted a few innocent selfies yesterday, and got crapped on by the Internet in return. Is it because of her new piercings? Or because she’s riding with possible new beau August Alsina?

So the Broadway star has additional piercings on her face. You do remember this is the 21st century, don’t you? Not to mention Miley Cyrus already did the new-badass-image-with-a-pixie-cut thing in 2013. We’re kind of over it. Palmer is only 21 years old, and she has every right to explore new looks without being judged for it.

Regardless, Keke continues to collect checks while you’re making idiotic memes about her on social media. Just saying.

Those who didn’t attack her new look questioned whether she’s dating Alsina. In Hollywood, relationship rumors ignite every hour on the hour — as if this concept was new. Maybe they’re just friends?

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So what if she’s getting to taste his chicken? Does it really affect your life that much? You probably had a zero percent chance of dating either of them, if that’s what you were hoping for. No amount of mean tweets or memes will make you richer and Keke less successful. Let her do her thing just like you did when you were 21.

Can you say you were a Broadway star at that age? Keke recounts her magical Cinderella experience on Big Morning Buzz Live.

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Brave New Jersey Weatherman Not Afraid to Apologize for Botching Blizzard Forecast

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Yesterday, the Northeast braced itself for a potentially historic snowstorm that promised over two feet of snow, power outages, and overall hysteria. Eastern Long Island and parts of Connecticut and Rhode Island have seen large totals, but most of New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia is sitting pretty after Juno. So why do meteorologists create such widespread panic and allow for mob mentality to develop inside local grocery stores? At least one weatherman has the balls to admit when he’s wrong.

Gary Szatkowski, Meteorologist-In-Charge at the National Weather Service in Mt. Holly, N.J., gave some Twitter real talk early Tuesday, as complaints of the storm’s failure to meet expectations in Philly hit social media.

Are pigs flying? Is this guy apologizing for messing up his job? Usually weather reporters try to spin a botched storm forecast with tales of the elusive “black ice” and “thundersnow.” Gary, we salute you and your honesty, and we invite you to bingewatch Game of Thrones with us while eating nachos on this fine Tuesday. (Hey, we still have a snow day.)

Related: disappointed New Yorkers love to compare underwhelming snowfall to small penises.

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