What is actually real?

Yesterday, the internet exploded when Kristin Cavallari told E! News in an interview that Jay Cutler proposed to her via text message.

And I quote: “It was so silly.” Cavallari told E! News. “I was in the airport, leaving Chicago. We had just spent however many days together and we were texting and somehow it came up, like, ‘Oh, shall we get married?’ We’re like, ‘Yeah, OK.’ And then he sent my ring in the mail. So I actually had my ring sitting at home for a couple of weeks before I put it on.”

So that spawned many, many blogs and comments about how this only further solidifies the fact that Jay Cutler is a douche bag.

Then, KCav took to Twitter to defend her affianced:

ScreenShot005Um, yeah, I hate to break it to you, but they believed headlines based on YOUR quote, my dear. In addition, the excerpts E! selectively took from her interview was to promote the airing of it on March 10th, so of COURSE KCav is going to wax philosophical about how everyone is a liar but her, and the only way you can find that out is to watch her interview with E!

The only reason this woman is famous is because of Laguna Beach and The Hills, produced to the nines to maximize drama and minimize reality. Not that I ever watched either show, but no one’s lives are that…I don’t even know what the word is.

When this type of shit happens, all that ensues is a barrage of trash-talking without any factual information. It’s like, “my mom’s friend’s dog walker’s cousin’s sister-in-law saw John Travolta making out with a dude in a steam room.

This is how Kristin is trying to stay relevant – all publicity is good publicity (even if you’re Lindsay Lohan, apparently), so it does not surprise me that she would tell E! in SOME fashion that Cutler proposed via text and then play the victim when we jump all over him for proposing to her via text.

If she is going to pull this crap, she can’t blame us for getting sucked in – after all, we’re the ones keeping her relevant, not Jay.




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