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I hate giving this crazy lady the press, but I just have to address this. Why anyone in their right mind would think for a second that having in vitro fertilization, with no job, no support, and already having six children was a sound decision, I have no clue; but Nadya Suleman did it. Now she admits that it may have been a bad decision.

Back in 2009 Ms. Suleman famously stated that she would never go on public assistance after having her octuplets, but recently admitted that she got to a point where she had no choice but to do so. She now receives $2,000 per month in food aid.

She claims to be working as hard as she can to support her fourteen children but in my opinion, she’s not doing enough. Posing topless here and doing sad interviews there just isn’t going to cut it. It’s obvious that she’s not the brightest crayon in the box and doesn’t possess the business savvy and wherewithal like her “multi-children” counterparts Kate Gosselin and Michelle Duggar.

Girl, write a book. Maybe start a blog instead of doing that awful webcam series. Do something! Stop exploiting yourself! Use your brain!

For your clear lack of sense (and for forcing We Got Kidz to write about it), Nadya Suleman, we crown you our Celebrity NON Role Model of the Week.

You and that wacky doctor who implanted your simple behind with all of those damn embryos need a good shaking.

 

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On to a lighter note… This week we aren’t crowning a role model, but highlighting what’s looking to be a fantastic film. The much anticipated Sparkle, starring Whitney Houston and Jordin Sparks, hits theaters on April 20th. This film marks Whitney’s return to the big screen after a 16 year hiatus… Unfortunately, as we all know, it will be her last due to her untimely death on February 11th.

Sparkle stars former American Idol winner Jordin Sparks as Sparkle Williams – one of three sisters from Detroit who is struggling with fame as a singing group in the Sixties. Houston plays the mother of the three sisters, who had her own unpleasant experiences with the music industry. The movie co-stars Cee Lo Green, Mike Epps, Derek Luke, Tika Sumpter and Amari Hardwick.

Check out the full length trailer below, and tell me what you think. A bit reminiscent of Dream Girls maybe?

Tune in next week for more celebs you love… and love to hate ;).

 

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