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Kate Winslet, Who Recently Birthed a Bear, Expresses Concern for Miley. MUST-READ

Everyone in the damn world is concerned about Miley Cyrus. Even Smores is concerned about Miley Cyrus.

what the actual fuck

The latest voice of those concerned is noneother than goddess Kate Winslet. Kate can do no wrong; except name her child bear but w/e.

Also: She doesn't care what you or I think. This is because Kate is a badass.


Here is what Kate said in a recent interview:

"You hear horror stories where you think, 'God, who's looking after these people and why does it seem like they're losing their way?'" Winslet told the magazine. "I mean, you think about someone like Miley Cyrus, and I said to my daughter the other day, 'I'm this close to opening my mouth about what's going on with that girl.' Who is actually saying [to Miley], 'Stop for a second, what do you want, who are you?'"


Now, I have a feeling Miley will lash out, like she did to Sinead. But what can she say about Kate? A stupid crack about the name "Bear?" A smarmy comment about her weight? BITCH KATE IS PERFECT

phew, no tongue. 

So I checked Miley's Twitter because it's 2014 and that's what people do.

She apparently had an imaginary fight with Beyonce, but I didn't know about this. Whatever, it's Beyonce. She also can do no wrong.

I also discovered this:



RETWEETS ARE NOT ENDORSEMENTS

So, Miley. Unless this is all a huge shameless ploy for publicity (which is probable at this point) please don't bother Kate. She seems genuinely concerned for you and has a girl who probably (ugh) looks up to you or sees you as an example of "what's cool." I have two cousins who are about the age of your fanbase, so I can kind of relate. Sooooooo. Keep that in mind, gurl.

In conclusion, here's a picture of a very famous bear in Kate's honor:





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