AP Photo/Evan Agostini
AP Photo/Evan Agostini
Get ready to bust out your Kleenex. Well, if you're a fan of John Mayer on Twitter or of Ashton and Demi as a celebrity power couple, that is, 'cause from what we see in our most recent polls, you readers are ready to say hasta la vista to both.
Here's the results breakdown on the last few polls to titillate your Awful Truth minds—everything from Twitter twatters, doomed celeb couples, internet bullies and those pesky paparazzi. Onward to the scoop:
1. Don't let a tweet hit you on your way out, Mayer! Infamous Tweeter John Mayer ditched millions of his loyal followers without so much as a "see ya on the Tumblr side!" and we wondered: Do you miss the hashtagging heartbreaker on your Twitter feed?
Some commenters were supportive of John, others weren't and some stayed patriotically diplomatic...or, rather, just didn't care.
Then there's my2cents: "********* will always be ********** Dictionary should explain this word by using John Mayer as an example." Good thing we've got the censors, babe, but we think we know what naughty word you meant.
2. Ashton and Demi are totally dunzo: We asked which previously hot and heavy celeb couple would be buying their one-way ticket to Splitsville next?
More than a third of you said Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher (with no other couple coming close!).
A popular guess in the comments was David Duchovny and Téa Leoni, whom a handful of readers think are definitely doomed. Other write-ins included: Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki with their respective wives, Orlando Bloom and Miranda and Kate Bosworth and Alexander Skarsgård.
And for the user who left this : "SQUEEEEEEE!!!!! OMG!!! ROB AND KRISTEN ARE MARRIED!! TED PUT THEM WITH ALL OTHER MARRIED COUPLES!!"Brangelina aren't married either.
3. We'll believe it when we see it, Perez! With the recent focus on bullying—especially within the LGBT community—Perez Hilton vowed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to quit cyber-bulling celebs. But we wondered if you thought P.H. would really change?
Nope! More than 60 percent said Perez will always be Perez.
Our fave comment: "No, he's losing followers and readers so he knew he had to do something different. Once a bully always a bully! He made it clear in interviews that he doesn't care if it's true or not, it's all about entertainment."
Guess only time will tell.
4. If the paparazzi play fair, pics are fair game: More than half of you think a celeb's right to privacy depends on the shot, saying it's def not OK if the stalkarazzi become a safety hazard.
But we were surprised that a measly 10 percent of you agreed that paps come with the fame; just an overall "no" was a very close second. Guess that means you guys totally never look at pap pics on websites right?
Now if we threw in a Robsten curveball would that change your mind? Would you want to see pics of them making out together? Or do you not even need that as proof at this point?