Your Best Reader Comments This Week

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Check out last week's best reader comments.
We want to share a few of our favorite reader comments submitted during the last week. It’s our way of thanking you for all of your insightful, hilarious contributions to Celebuzz.

Each and every Friday, we’ll feature a roundup of our favorite reader comments. If you would like to be featured next week, simply leave comments on your favorite stories.

This week, you all had a lot to say about the Queen of Pop, the upcoming Academy Awards, and, naturally, Kate Upton wearing nothing but body paint.

Read our favorite comments after the jump.

Here are some of our favorite reader comments of the week:

“the perfect pair a child molester and self indulgent, egomaniacal, ignoramous” – bob, a huge Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison fan!

“I would say that “one day” is already here for her. She needs to start doing some pec-boob weightlifting exercises before she gets full-blown furniture disease (that is where your chest drops into your drawers….hahahahahaha).” – Pscottparker, who’s got jokes about Miley Cyrus.

“Hoping that is edible body paint.” – Keith, saying what a lot of people are thinking about Kate Upton.

“Blue Ivy is absolutely beautiful! She looks like both of her parents but really resembles Beyonce when she was a baby! I’m so glad that Beyonce is a strong woman and I hope this beautiful pic of Blue silences all of the mean comments about her features. She’s beautiful & while she resembles Jay-Z a little, she is not a splitting image of him. She is beautiful like her mommy!” – RH, who, like the rest of us, finds everything about Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Blue Ivy adorable.

“Anna Paquin totally deserve that Academy Award. Her performance in “The Piano” was outstanding. I was speechless watching her as Flora in that film. I’m studying at the moment and I couldn’t believe it was her.” – Lucy, who reminds us to go home and re-watch Anna Paquin in The Piano.

“This whole topic is so subjective! For many, Madonna remains the Queen of Pop – she practically invented it. Gaga, however, has captured a new generation and revolutionised pop-music in her own unique way. Others have different ‘Queens’ depending on their own personal interests. Stop labelling people – just let them work.” – Reed van Galen, providing some level-headed feedback on the Queen of Pop debate raging between Madonna and Lady Gaga fans.

That’s all for this week, folks. If you would to be featured next week, all you need to do is leave comments on your favorite Celebuzz articles.

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