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Aug 30, 2014

Britney Spears Had A "Sh*tty Day," Because Cheaters Are The Worst

Her boyfriend, David Lucado, made out with another woman. Well, technically he's now her ex-boyfriend.

A video of Britney's (former) boyfriend David Lucado making out with another woman was briefly "being shopped around" yesterday, TMZ reports. But then Britney's dad Jamie bought it, paying a "substantial amount" to keep anyone from seeing the footage. Well, just about anyone — he did show poor BritBrit, who promptly broke up with Lucado:

She also shot an adorable sadface Instagram video — it's real, unfiltered Britney footage and that's always a treat, even when the subject matter is difficult. A warning to serious Britney fans, she does get a little teary at the end and it's kind hard to handle:

Let's all get together and sing "Stronger." Act out the chair dance too, please <3 <3. In the best case scenario, the break-up (and indeed, every Britney breakup) played out just like the song's sassy music video.

Forever acting as a conservator should, Jamie's representatives explained to TMZ that "he took the action to protect his daughter from David and from the embarrassment of the video going public," even though of course by giving a comment, he's actually only blowing the whole cheating scandal up further.

Angelina Jolie's Wedding Dress Was "Comfortable but Plain"

These are not usually the first two adjectives that come to mind when describing bridal fashion.

A very well-placed source tells E! News that Angelina wore a white, floor-length gown for her wedding to Brad Pitt this past weekend, as brides often do. The dress was "very traditional, but very Angie," the source says. "It was comfortable but plain, [made from] antique lace and silk." The designer is, as yet, unknown.

Angelina wore a veil, the source — who appears to be one of only 22 wedding guests — adds, because "when "Brad lifted it [he] gasped, because she looked so stunning." Aaw. And for her "something old," Angelina added a gold locket previously owned by her mother.

Brangelina's wedding bands were designed by celebrity jeweler Robert Procop; the couple's six children wore either "matching cream linen suits" (that's Maddox, Pax, and Knox) or "a dress [chosen] to match their own individual style" (that's Zahara, Shiloh, and Vivienne).

Beyoncé's Dad Implies Beyoncé Planted the Divorce Rumors Herself

The calls are coming from inside the house!
Beyoncé's dad Mathew Knowles – one "T" only, and don't you forget it – appeared on a Houston radio show earlier this week, ostensibly to discuss his college course, but really to talk about his famous daughters. According to him, all this divorce talk is just a "Jedi mind trick," presumably orchestrated by Beyoncé to drum up interest in the On the Run tour. "There's a tour going on, so you have to sometimes ignite that tour," Mathew explained. "Everybody's talking about it. Ticket sales went up. Solange's album sales went up 200 percent." When asked specifically if he thought that Bey and Jay wanted the infamous elevator video to leak, Mathew replied, "All I know is the Jedi mind trick." These aren't the divorce rumors you're looking for. Bey and Jay can go about their business.

After sharing that strange little nugget of information, Mathew dropped a totally insane bombshell about Destiny's Child. Proceed knowing that this information came from a man who occasionally speaks about himself in the third person and pronounces "homage" like "home-age," so it's worth reading with a grain of salt. OK, here you go: Destiny's Child is planning another record and a reunion tour. "There might be another Destiny's Child album coming," Mathew said coyly. "There might be this tour that makes history." The DJs then asked him to cough twice if this is really going to happen, and he coughed twice, so he's either speaking the truth or dealing with symptoms from a late-summer cold. Perhaps his repeated references to the Jedi mind trick were just more hints about these alleged reunion shows, and the girls are going to dress up as the Cantina Band for the duration of the tour. Beyoncé is Figrin D'an, obviously.

New Research: Shocking New Truth About Sunscreen

This information could save your life.

If you slather on the sunscreen before you leave the house, this new research may be a bit disappointing. It turns out that sunscreen alone can't prevent skin cancer.

The new research, published in Nature, shows that sunscreen can greatly reduce the risk of skin cancer by preventing UV light from entering the skin and damaging DNA, but the sun's rays are so hot that sunscreen can't do all of the work on its own.

According to Dr Julie Sharp, head of health information at Cancer Research UK, getting into sun safety habits is an important part of preventing health problems:

"This research adds important evidence showing that sunscreen has a role, but that you shouldn't just rely on this to protect your skin. It's essential to get into good sun safety habits, whether at home or abroad, and take care not to burn — sunburn is a clear sign that the DNA in your skin cells has been damaged and, over time, this can lead to skin cancer.

It's likely more answers about skin cancer will come soon, but for now the message is clear: Slather on the sunscreen (until it's the only thing you can smell, basically), find shade during the hottest part of the day, and try to wear loose-fitting clothing. Your life could depend on it.

5 Mistakes Latinas Make Every Summer

If you're Latina, you probably remember your mami baking out in the sun any chance she got in order to look like a bronze belleza. The problem is that many of our moms, tias, and abuelas thought our tropical roots and pigmented skin meant we were automatically shielded from the sun, but just because you don't leave la playa looking like a lobster doesn't mean your skin isn't affected. Dermatologist Dr. Omar Torres shares some of the myths his Latino clients swear by, and why they aren't true.

1. FALSE: Having ethnic or darker skin makes you immune to skin cancer. Repeat after me: The sun's harmful rays affect everyone, no matter what shade they are, so you must apply SPF daily. Not only will you be protecting yourself from skin cancer, but the sun is the main cause of blemishes and wrinkles, Torres warns. If you really want to look like J.Lo when you're 44, SPF is essential.

2. FALSE: If you don't get sunburned, you won't get skin cancer. It is true that the darker you are, the less likely you are to get sunburned because the pigment of your skin serves as a barrier. However, having darker skin doesn't protect your skin from sun damage overall, nor does it mean you can't get skin cancer. "Remember that most of the sun damage comes from the everyday exposure and not only from getting burned," Torres says. It's always important to protect your skin from both types of ultraviolet rays — type A and type B (UVA and UVB). No matter your skin tone, Torres suggests using all-in-one skin care products, like daily moisturizers that incorporate SPF. Try Neutrogena Visibly Even Daily Moisturizer with SPF 30.

3. FALSE: You really only need to apply sunscreen at the beach. A lot of Latinas tend to think their skin only needs protection in the summer when they are lying in the sand. Not only is it important to apply sunscreen all year round every time you leave the house — even if you're just walking to the gorcery store — it is especially important to apply it every two hours while at the beach or pool, and also every time you get wet or sweat it off, Torres says.

4. FALSE: You can't apply moisturizer if you use sunscreen. Actually, it is very important that you also moisturize your skin. "Applying a generous amount of sunscreen is a must but you can't forget that it's also important to moisturize, especially when you're exposed to harsh sun rays and warm weather," Torres says. This is especially important to keep your skin renewed after being in the sun for long hours or in water. It helps prevent premature skin damage and keep the skin smooth. Apply your moisturizer before you apply sunscreen, or try using a moisturizer that has SPF in it, like Olay Complete All Day Moisturizer with Sunscreen.

5. FALSE: Applying tanning oil over sunscreen means you can tan without worrying about getting burned. A lot of Latinas make the mistake of thinking it's OK to bake in the sun as long as they just layer tanning oil over sunblock. "The ingredients in these oils can also interact with the sunscreen and make it ineffective, so it is not a good idea to mix them up," Torres says. In general, stay away from tanning oils because they are meant to attract the sun to your skin, which is what you should be trying to avoid.

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