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We had hoped that Teresa Giudice‘s commercial for Sizzle Tans was as low as the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star would go. But alas, no. On September 25th, Teresa will be appearing at a club called the Funky Monkey in Delaware. The highlight of the evening? A table-flipping contest. So what will they be judging on? Height of the flip, vector of the flip, or number of dishes broken in the flip? Who knows. But we’re thinking Danielle Staub should not make an appearance at this party. [Radar] Keep reading »
This week brings the premiere of The CW’s new show “Hellcats,” which is based on the book Cheer!: Inside The Secret World of College Cheerleaders written by The Frisky’s own Kate Torgovnick. To get you pumped up and ready to shake your pom-poms, we’re bringing you cheer-related content all week. Enjoy, and make sure to watch Wednesday at 9 p.m. (EST).
The Rancho Carne Toros versus the East Compton Clovers. “Save the cheerleader, save the world.” The Spartan cheerleaders, wanting you to get “R-O-W-D-I-E.” If you’ve been to a movie or watched TV in the past 50 years, you can probably come up with dozens of examples of cheerleaders in pop culture. After the jump, our top 10.
“I completely pay attention when I’m sleeping with someone. It’s one of the things I’m known for. I’m always super focused on it. Knowing their name, knowing if something’s working. You will never hear otherwise.”
“When I’m alone, I do masturbate a lot. I tend to have a four- or five-time a day [habit]. So, I probably would have if I was stuck under a rock.”
—James Franco tells Hollywood Reporter about his self-love habits. Why? He’s at the Telluride Film Festival promoting his new flick, “127 Hours,” about a hiker who saws his own hand off to get unstuck from a crevice. Apparently, before beginning the sawing, his character rubs one out. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »