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Chloe Sevigny Wishes She Was Dating Pauly D

“No, but I wish, because that would be hilarious. That would be the weirdest couple in the world. It would be like the apocalypse. I think it’s because we’re both kind of extreme. We represent extremes, in opposite directions. So for us two to come together, it would be a very strange meeting of the minds or colliding of two worlds. I haven’t watched that many episodes, but of the ones I have… if I were to pick one of the dudes on the show, I’d definitely pick him.”

– Chloe Sevigny actually acknowledged rumors that she’s dating Pauly D from “Jersey Shore” in the new issue of Interview, after the two were photographed looking cozy at a Knicks game. [Interview via Huffington Post]
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The Good, The Bad & The Meh At The 2011 Golden Globe Awards

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I think we can all agree on something — Ricky Gervais needs to host every award show ever going forward starting now. His jokes were so rude and unafraid and hilarious, they actually made watching a room full of people dying to celebrate themselves — and having to put up with being made fun of — enjoyable. For a second there I thought the Scientologists had called in a favor and gotten Gervais removed from the auditorium — luckily, he seems to have survived the night.

Anyway, let’s get on to the second best part of the evening — the clothes! The stars turned out in a variety of different trends — deep, emerald green gowns (Angelina Jolie, Mila Kunis, Catherine Zeta-Jones), shower curtain-inspired bridal wear (Jennifer Lopez, Michelle Williams, Jennifer Love Hewitt), flamin’ hot Cheeto red (January Jones, Christina Hendricks, Edie Falco), and sorbet pinks and peaches (Claire Danes, Lea Michele, Emma Stone). There were some daring knockouts and a few total flops — who were your picks for Good, Bad, and Meh?

Martin Luther King, Jr.: “I Have A Dream”

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, readers! Hopefully you have the day off to (sleep in and) do some sort of public service, but regardless, here is the full version of MLK’s legendary “I Have A Dream” speech. Keep reading »

The Good, The Meh & The WTF At The 2011 Critics Choice Awards

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Hollywood spent the weekend celebrating themselves — first up, the Critics Choice Awards! There were some amazing standouts amongst the women walking the red carpet, plus a handful of WTFs and a couple of ladies just phoning it in. Only a few completely knocked my socks off, but hopefully that’s because everyone else was saving the glam for the Golden Globes? (Find out when we post that slideshow later this morning…) Who was your best and worst dressed?

Trailer Park: “The Dilemma,” “The Green Hornet,” “Barney’s Version,” “Every Day,” “Burning Palms”

I know a movie wouldn’t be interesting if it was about a marriage where neither part wanted to cheat on the other, but what’s with the movies this week? They’re all about sordid people doing their sordid deeds, seemingly unaware of the destruction they bring to their loved ones. I guess this is how Hollywood plans on warming us up for Valentine’s Day? After the jump, this week’s new movies.
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Adorable Baby Panda Makes Even More Adorable Noises

I would like to dedicate this video to Jessica, who is off today, moving her stuff out of the place she shared with He Who Shall Not Be Named Because He Is Lame. She loves baby pandas. As Jess would say, “Squeeeeeee!” Keep reading »

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