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/ March 25, 2013
The Most Bizarre Entertainment Stories You Missed This Spring Break

Shocker: while you were getting drunk in Miami this spring break, the world kept spinning! We rounded up the most bizarre entertainment news you might have missed this past week, including the “vagina murder,” baby Kimye news, and more.

Vagina Murder

‘Twas the tweet heard round the world. Amanda Bynes hasn’t exactly been the picture of sanity lately, but her recent exploits have been head-scratching, even by the high standards of crashing and burning child stars: “I want @drake to murder my vagina,” she tweeted on Thursday.

Confused about what, exactly, vagina murder entails? We don’t blame you. Jezebel rounded up 25 excellent follow-up questions for you to ponder.

Kanye and Kim Keep It Kute and Korny

We love us some Kimye, but their allegedly chosen baby name is is kringe-worthy: North. Not exactly wacky by Hollywood standards, but consider the full name: North West. (Alternatively, are reporters missing the silent K in Knorth?)

Justin Timberlake’s Next Album

Rejoice! Just days after Justin Timberlake released The 20/20 Experience, Questlove revealed the album will have a sequel dropping this fall. “Spoiler alert. 20/20 Vol 2 comes out in November. 10 songs now… 10 songs later = 20 vision,” he wrote.

The first volume is on track to reach 950,000 – 975,000 sales for its first week, but not all reviews have been positive (we’d give this a solid four stars—Timberlake can do no wrong).

Prom Queen?

High school senior Jake Davidson had the balls to do what you wished you had done in high school: he asked Kate Upton to prom. “I’m Jewish, 5’9″ on a really good day and I can’t dance at all,” he said while shaving. “You’re Christian, 5’10” and that ‘Cat Daddy’ video should’ve won an Oscar for Best Short Film. You could say this is destiny.”

Upton, who attended her own prom just two years ago, says her schedule may be too busy to accomodate Davidson’s request.

Sheerly a Problem

Lululemon has apparently been selling yoga pants that become see-through once the wearer bends over. Due to a manufacturing error, a portion of the brand’s black Luon pants—17% of their total stock—are now being recalled. Lululemon fans, do yourself a favor and Downward Dog before you buy next time.

Coincidentally, Yoga journal’s 2012 “Yoga in America” study found that 17.8% of yoga practitioners are men, almost exactly the same proportion of sheer yoga pants recalled by Lululemon. We’re not going to draw any conclusions here, but the math is interesting…

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