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Neil Patrick Harris Will Appear In “American Horror Story: Freak Show”

  • Neil Patrick Harris mentioned that he’d really like to act in “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” and now it’s official — he’ll appear on the last two episodes alongside husband David Burtka! He’ll play a “chameleon salesman.” I don’t know what that entails but I’m too excited to care! [Huffington Post]
  • An interview with Anna “Chickadee” Cardwell from “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” will air on “Entertainment Tonight” tomorrow, where she’ll presumably talk about how miserable she is that her mother Mama June is dating Mark McDaniel, a pedophile who molested Chickadee when she was a child: “She’s smiling and giggling when he’s around. You know, he’s a child molester, Mama. He did this to me. Why would you let him come around the girls knowing what he did?” This story is getting more egregious by the day. [Dlisted]

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This Beyonce/Taylor Swift Mashup Is Pretty Great

Good morning! Hope your day is going great, and if it’s not, here’s a totally awesome mashup of Beyonce’s “XO” and Taylor Swift’s “Out of the Woods.” Diva doubledown! [via Jezebel]

A Day In The Life Of Rutgers University’s “Politicizing Beyoncé” Class

A Day In The Life Of Rutgers University's "Politicizing Beyoncé" Class
"There Is Something Bigger Going On In A Beyoncé Video"

Let it be clear: I have no desire to go back to school, UNLESS it is to take Rutgers University’s “Politicizing Beyoncé” class.

The course, which takes a look at Beyoncé’s songs, music videos and feminist advocacy, usually begins with a viewing of one of her music videos, and is followed by a discussion of readings and songs, and how they may tie into each other. Kevin Allred, the course’s lecturer, says he teaches the class because Beyoncé “provides a really good entry point to a lot of black feminist texts, so it’s a class about Beyoncé, but it’s also not a class about Beyoncé. It’s a class about black feminist history and black feminist theory, in the United States, especially.” Keep reading »

Mama June’s Child Molester Boyfriend Abused Daughter Anna In Front Of Sister

  • Radar Online has obtained the court documents explaining in disturbing detail the sexual abuse allegations against Mark McDaniel, the one-time (and possibly current) boyfriend of Mama June Shannon from “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.” According to the documents, McDaniel molested Anna “Chickadee” Cardwell multiples times in 2002, including once in front of her then-three-year-old sister Lauren (aka Pumpkin). Horrifying. [Radar]
  • Meanwhile, Pumpkin got on Instagram and denied that her mother is back together with McDaniel. (How, then, does she explain a recent photo of McDaniel and Shannon together with little sister Alana?) She also accused Sugar Bear’s brother Uncle Poodle of selling stories to the tabloids. [Dlisted]
  • I wish Katie Holmes’ People cover story was going to be as juicy as the pull quote on the cover — “I DON’T HAVE ANY FEAR NOW” — implies, but alas, you know she ain’t dishing annnnnnyyyyy dirt about Scientology inside. I will not be tricked into buying this issue, People. No I will not! [People] Keep reading »

Taylor Swift Will Sell 1 Million Records This Week

  • Taylor Swift is currently on track to sell 1 million copies of her new album 1989 by the end of the week. [NYMag.com]
  • Amanda Bynes’ involuntary psychiatric hold has been extended for another 30 days by a judge. Good to know her health is being prioritized by those around her. [People]
  • Sean Hayes is engaged to longtime partner Scott Icenogle. Mazel tov! [People]
  • Bradley Cooper’s 22-year-old girlfriend, model Suki Waterhouse, threw shade at Kylie Jenner on Instagram. [Celebuzz] Keep reading »

Daniel Radcliffe’s Delightfully Feminist Response To The Label ‘Unconventional Male Lead’

Daniel Radcliffe's Delightfully Feminist Response To The Label "Unconventional Male Role"

While some actors might take the compliment of being called a “sex symbol” and move on, Daniel Radcliffe had some articulate feminist commentary to add to the label during a recent interview.

In an interview with the Associated Press published on Oct. 24, the 25-year-old actor discussed his upcoming movie “Horns” and how he feels about being labeled an “unconventional romantic lead” after starring as a young wizard in the “Harry Potter” movie series for so long. Read more on Huffington Post Women…

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