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20 Celebs In Garters

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Natalie Portman got all gussied up just to strip down for The New York Times Magazine video “14 Actors Acting.” No Old Hollywood getup would be complete without a pair of gorgeous garters underneath. And Natalie sure knows how to rock them. Click through to see some more celebs demystifying the most sexy stocking holders of all.

Even Though Michael Jackson Is Gone, We Can Still Hold His Hand

“Hold My Hand,” featuring Akon, is the late Michael Jackson’s first posthumous single release from the upcoming album Michael. I actually like the song, but I could do without the “happy/sad children motif.” Perhaps not the most flattering choice. Anyhow, R.I.P., MJ. Keep reading »

Shhhh! Don’t Wake The Babies

A successful baby jump in action! Yeah, you heard me. Baby Jumping (El Colacho) is a real thing in Spain. During the Catholic feast of Corpus Christi men dressed as the Devil jump over babies born in the past year. This ritual, which has been around since the 1600s, is supposed to cleanse the babies of original sin and protect them from evil spirits. This sounds like a prospective Olympic sport to me. [BuzzFeed, Wikipedia] Keep reading »

Brian Austin Green’s Best Man Got Wasted

“[Kassius] got wasted. He got really wasted. But he made it through. He sobered up in time.”

Brian Austin Green talks about his wedding to Megan Fox. FYI, Kassius is his 8-year-old son with his ex-wife. Bwahahahaha! Wait, that’s completely not funny. A joke in poor taste, Brian. [Us Weekly] Keep reading »

Chelsea Handler Gives Celebrity Porn Advice

You got that, celebs who are thinking about making a sex tape that may accidentally on purpose get leaked on the interwebs? Chelsea Handler thinks you should try to look like you’re having a good time and not like you’re about to take a shadoobs when you’re having sex on film. Good advice if I ever heard it. [NYMag.com]
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The Lost Quotes Of John Lennon

In honor of the 30th anniversary of John Lennon’s death, Rolling Stone has released his final interview, which took place just a few days before he was murdered on December 8, 1980. The interviewer, Jonathan Cott, never transcribed the tapes in the wake of John Lennon’s murder, and they remained in his closet for 30 years, until now. After the jump, some of the best quotes from John Lennon’s final interview—haunting, prolific, and inspiring. Keep reading »

Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know” Reimagined

I like this version of Alanis Morissette’s song “You Oughta Know” much better, thanks to the cross-eyed bear in it. Quick question: was it the bear that she went down on in a theater? I hope not. [BuzzFeed]
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Doll Hoarding Is Very Scary

I usually watch “Hoarders” every week as an incentive to clean my apartment and throw unnecessary crap away. Every once in a while, one of the hoarders really gets to me. A couple of moths ago, it was Sir Patrick, the leprechaun hoarder. This week, it’s Susan, the doll hoarder. After her “doll house” was cleaned out, over 1,000 dolls were found to be living there. They even had a “doll parade” so she could see them all and decide which ones to keep and which ones to get rid of. When extreme cleaning specialist Matt Paxton (that’s him up there bravely diving into the doll pile) posed the question “How would you like to die under a pile of dolls?” I shuddered. Answer: I would not like to go that way. I haven’t been able to shake the thought since. Very scary indeed. Watch the entire episode here. Keep reading »

Kirsten Dunst Talks About Depression

“I think most people in their twenties go through some sort of depression. If you’re successful at a young age, no matter the profession, there has to come a time when you reevaluate everything, what it means to you. Is this what I want to do for the rest of my life?”

Kirsten Dunst talks to New York about why we haven’t seen her in a while. Kirsten says she did a stint in rehab to treat her depression, which confuses me. Don’t you go to a therapist or a psych ward for depression? No judgment on getting help for it—I’ve been clinically depressed before, so I understand. Just seems odd to me. Either way, I’m glad Kirsten is back. [NYMag.com]

See why her role in “All Good Things” appealed to her so much, after the jump: Keep reading »

Breaking News: Woman Trips And Falls

I’m such a sucker for a prat fall. I’m sorry, I just can’t help it. I am a major klutz who has tripped in public many a time, so I feel totally justified here. Laugh with me. [The Daily What] Keep reading »

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