If you haven’t been on Twitter this morning, let me give you the cliff notes version of the scandal heard ‘round the world: In Kanye West’s track “Famous” off his Life of Pablo album, he raps the lyric: “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / I made that bitch famous” (of course, he’s referencing his famous VMA interruption).
During Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech for the 2016 Grammy “Album of the Year,” she fired back: “There are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame.”
Enter Kim Kardashian, Mrs. West, who stood up for her Kanye with a series of tweets about how Taylor knew about the lyric beforehand and just wanted to play victim. And now Kim showed the world the proof: a snapchat video of the conversation Kanye had with Taylor where Taylor seems to be giving permission for the lyrics. (I’ll just be over here sipping tea.)
In honor of America’s sweetheart getting caught in a little lie, I’m counting down my favorite movie moments of vicarious embarrassment, scenes that are so cringe-worthy that you almost want to look away. Almost.
10. The…risqué dance sequence in Little Miss Sunshine
9. When Max tries to kiss Rosemary in Rushmore
8. When Greg Focker slept in, and comes downstairs in his pajamas even though everyone else is already dressed and eating breakfast in Meet the Parents
7. The toast in Bridesmaids
6. Mike Yanagita in Fargo
5. Peter Parker’s weird emo dancing in the third Sam Raimi Spider-Man
4. “Yippee” from The Phantom Menace
3. “I don’t like sand,” from Attack of the Clones.
2. You know what? Just all of the dialogue from the Star Wars prequels.
1. Harry and Ginny’s godawful kiss in The Half-Blood Prince