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Your Daily Ryan Gosling Report: The Gos Rocks A Onesie On “Ellen”


“Ellen” doesn’t air in New York until 4 p.m., i.e. right now (DVR alert!!!), but this clip of Ryan Gosling on today’s episode has already made it online. For starters, I would go to the gym every day if there was even a .000001 percent chance of seeing Ryan Gosling on an exercise bike. And then he wears a onesie? And he gives onesies to the audience? I know this is going to come as a huge shock to all of you, but I seriously want to marry him. I want to be his hausfrau and hand wash his onesie every day for the rest of my life, while he whispers sweet nothings in my ear in that sort of strange accent he’s using. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

Jake Gyllenhaal Rides The Subway Just Like Regular Folk

Not to get all New York-y on you guys, but Jake Gyllenhaal has been spending a lot of time in my fair city lately, particularly in Brooklyn where his sister Maggie lives. And just today he was spotted taking the subway into the city! The subway. I love that the guy sitting on the seat next to him so does not give a s**t. He’s like, “Jake Gyllenhaal is standing next to me emitting his awesome essence, but I’ve got 10 more stops to go, so I’m gonna take a nap. Wake me when we get to Times Square, Jake.” [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

It’s Official: Vinny From “Jersey Shore” Is The Most Sensitive Man On Television

Last night was the season premiere of the third season of “Jersey Shore,” and people, it did not disappoint. The first night, new cast member Deena got naked in front of The Situation, JWoww and Sammi got in a physical fight, and I learned at least five new words for “vagina.” But the most heartwarming moment came when a drunk Snooki tried to hook up with Vinny, who she had sex with in Miami, and he graciously declined, showing more emotional maturity than any man I’ve met in the last 12 months. Keep reading »

The 10 Best Of The Worst “Twilight” Tattoos

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Quiz time! You are not a real, true “Twi”-hard “Twilight” fan unless you …

A) … know where Robert Pattinson is at ALL TIMES.
B) … have learned how to play “Bella’s Lullaby” on the piano.
C) … have let someone bite you on the neck.
D) … have an enormous “Twilight” tattoo inked somewhere on your person.
E) … all of the above.

Sadly, I can only check off A, B, and C. [OK, not really.] Those folks who have all that and D? They’re hardcore. Keep clicking to see 10 of the best/worst/most humongous “Twilight” tattoos this side of Forks, Washington. [via Geekologie.com]

Star Couplings: Is This Cowboy Lindsay Lohan’s New Boyfriend?

  • Is Lindsay Lohan dating Adam Case, a fellow patient from the Betty Ford Center? And what does he know about the alleged altercation between Lilo and that Betty Ford employee? And why does he wear a cowboy hat? [TMZ]
  • Brandi Glanville, Eddie Cibrian’s ex-wife, says he was only able to afford the $85K ring he gave LeAnn Rimes because he lowered his child support payments. [Us Weekly]
  • So, a source says Jake Gyllenhaal broke up with Taylor Swift because his last breakup — from Reese Witherspoon — caught him off-guard and he didn’t want a repeat. I don’t believe this story. [E! Online]

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Ladies, Stop Crying! Your Tears Turn Him Off!

Well, crap. Turning dudes on — I’ve been doing it wrong. Apparently, bawling my eyes out in front of a man isn’t the way to get his d**k hard. This revelatory information is brought to you by a new study which shows a female tears emit signals that actually turn men off. Male participants who sniffed “odorless tears” (do tears usually smell?) from women who cried during a sad movie had lower testosterone levels and were less sexually aroused by or attracted to the opposite sex than male participants who sniffed salt water. The explanation? For starters, when people cry in the presence of another person, they’re seeking comfort, a biological fact that is unique to humans; no other animals cry when they’re in distress. Additionally, the tears shed because of heightened emotion are chemically different than those that spill over when you’re, say, chopping onions. So, basically, “if women are communicating a chemical message that they need comfort, not sex, it seems appropriate that a man’s testosterone level would take a dive.” Possibly more interesting than the ZOMG revelation that men don’t sprout boners when women are sobbing is that researchers also think there could be a connection between emotional tears and lowering aggression. So, like, turning on the waterworks when your man is being an a-hole could make him chill out? Oh wait — tried, tested, knew that already. [ABC News] Keep reading »

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