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The 2011 MTV Movie Awards: The Best And Worst Moments

It’s funny. I always thought I despised the red carpet arrival specials that proceed most awards shows and are a flurry of what-are-you-wearing questions. But for last night’s MTV Movie Awards, the network decided to do away with this tradition. Instead, they aired the season finale of “America’s Best Dance Crew” and then dropped us straight into the awards show with a “Hangover 2” spoof. It felt like there was no wind up, no anticipation built. Let’s just say that I will never roll my eyes at another red carpet special again, as I now see that they serve a purpose.

Overall, last night’s MTV Movie Awards seemed a little … flat. Jason Sudeikis‘ jokes elicited scowls rather than laughter. The presenter pairings—always people starring in a movie together—felt a little shillfesty. And almost all of the awards for the night went to the same movie—”Twilight: Eclipse“—a problem since the cast members didn’t seem to even want them.

But that said, there were some great moments, too. After the jump, the five best and worst moments. Keep reading »

Loud Tour, Indeed: Rihanna Grinds On A Female Fan

Apparently, for tweenage girls, there’s a fine art to being selected from the audience and pulled on stage to have Justin Bieber serenade you during a concert. Perhaps Rihanna is trying to curate the same thing? Earlier this week, on her “Loud” tour, RiRi pulled a fan—and a female one, no less—on stage during a song. She sat her down, splayed her legs open with her knee, pushed her on her back, mounted her, and proceeded to grind on her. What do you think—all part of a good show or too much? I gotta admit that, as much as I love Rihanna, it sure seems like she is trying a little hard lately. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

“Breaking Dawn” Trailer Released!


Attention Twihards! The first trailer for “Breaking Dawn: Part 1″ has been released! Let me start by saying that I hate this new trend of breaking up the final installment of a series into two movies — “Harry Potter” did it first, now “Twilight,” and apparently the third story in the “Hunger Games” trilogy (“Mockingjay”) is going to be a two-parter too. Seriously, screenwriters, stop being lazy and condense that s**t! Anyway, Breaking Dawn is by far the sexiest and most gruesome of the Twilight books and I am personally psyched to see how the filmmakers handle the Edward and Bella sex scenes, not to mention Bella’s super nasty pregnancy. The trailer sure makes it look dramatic, but is Jacob going to look that pissed and constipated the entire movie? Are you psyched for “Breaking Dawn: Part 1″?

UPDATE: So, the first trailer I posted got taken down cause of the whole copyright thing. So I found this one, but it’ll probably get taken down shortly too. Now, if it does get taken down, I’ll leave the post up and update it again after the MTV Movie Awards. That’s where the trailer is supposed to debut, but apparently someone got hold of it and now Summit is freaking and trying to get YouTube to take down all the leaked ones. But, post-Movie Awards, the trailer will be officially released to the web and I’ll put that one in. Does that make sense? “Breaking Dawn” is clearly very important business. Keep reading »

“Freaky Eaters” Is Back: The Experts Preview New Season, Plus An Exclusive Clip

I always thought I was a picky eater … until I watched “Freaky Eaters.”

The TLC show is back for Season 2 (premieres Sun., June 5, 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. ET), but according to the show’s experts, psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow and nutrition specialist J.J. Virgin, the difference between Season 1 and 2 is night and day.

Last season, we met freaky eaters addicted to pizza, french fries and Coke. Now, that seems normal compared to this season’s addicts. In the premiere episode, we meet Nikki, a woman obsessed with eating corn starch. Just plain corn starch. Up to 3,300 calories worth of corn starch a day, as a matter of fact. Read more… Keep reading »

“The Vow” Looks Like A Sad Version Of “50 First Dates”

Call it romance porn—Rachel McAdams of “The Notebook” and Channing Tatum of “Dear John” are starring together in the movie “The Vow.” It doesn’t open until next February, but the first trailer came out today. The movie is about a totally in-love couple who are in a car accident when a truck smacks into them while they’re smooching. Rachel loses her memory, but Channing vows to stay with her and make her fall in love with him all over again. Strife ensues. And possibly a happy ending? But may I make a little observation here? This movie sounds an awful lot like a sad version of that Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler flick “50 First Dates.” I happened to watch it last weekend—in it, Drew has a short-term memory retention problem after being in a car accident — thus Adam must make her fall in love with him every day. I’ll take the comedy version of this concept any day. Keep reading »

UK May Ban Raunchy Music Videos On TV Before 9 PM

Raunchy music videos would be banned from television until after 9 p.m., if UK politicians listen to a parents’ group that apparently did not appreciate Rihanna and Britney Spears‘ recent lingerie-clad pillow fight whilst singing high praises to S&M. Keep reading »

“I Don’t Want To Be A Crappy Housewife”: Meet Tonje Langeteig, Norweigan Pop Star

Tell me this is a joke? Please? Tonje Langeteig is reportedly a Norweigian pop star, manufactured in the same vein as Rebecca Black and “Friday.” Her song, “I Don’t Want To Be A Crappy Housewife” is … well … listen to it. And then, off to the disco you go! [World Of Wonder]
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Shia LaBeouf Says Megan Fox Left “Transformers” Because Of Her “Spice Girl Woman’s Empowerment”

“Megan developed this Spice Girl strength, this woman-empowerment that made her feel awkward about her involvement with Michael, who some people think is a very lascivious filmmaker, the way he films women. Mike films women in a way that appeals to a 16-year-old sexuality. It’s summer. It’s Michael’s style. And I think she never got comfortable with it. This is a girl who was taken from complete obscurity and placed in a sex-driven role in front of the whole world and told she was the sexiest woman in America. And she had a hard time accepting it. When Mike would ask her to do specific things, there was no time for fluffy talk. We’re on the run. And the one thing Mike lacks is tact. There’s no time for ‘I would like you to just arch your back 70 degrees.’”

—Yee haw! After being safely hidden away for most of the year, Shia LaBeouf is back on the publicity circuit to talk about “Transformers 3.” Prepare yourself for some crazy with a dash of inappropriate. While he doesn’t sound off here on whether Megan Fox was let go from the franchise or quit, he does explain the problems Megan had with director Michael Bay’s, mainly that he’s a pervy dude who always wants his leading actresses in suggestive positions. But the best part to me is how Shia calls Megan’s discomfort with this “Spice Girl strength, this woman-empowerment.” Vom. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

“Bachelorette” Villain Alert: Bentley Sounds Like A Sociopath, Chris Harrison Defends Casting Him

This season on “The Bachelorette,” there is a guy who makes Wes Hayden—the one who was so, so proud of himself for making it pretty far with Jillian Harris when he actually had a girlfriend—look like a nice guy. Bentley Williams is a divorced businessman from Salt Lake City with a daughter, and even though Ashley Hebert got a warning about him before he even stepped out of the limo, he’s the guy she’s falling for super hard. To Ashley’s face, Bentley is a doting dad. But to the camera, Bentley is downright nasty. “I can tell you right now it’s not going to work. She’s just not my type. I, to be honest with you, could almost care less,” he said. “Things could have turned out differently if the Bachelorette was Emily.” As in Emily Maynard, who Brad Womack ended up picking last season.

In the second episode of the season, things got worse. Keep reading »

5 Pet Peeves That Make Me Really Stabby

I think of myself as a fairly laid-back person — usually it takes a lot to really irritate me. (Maybe it’s because I grew up in California and all the secondhand pot smoke has made me permanently mellow, or something?) That said, there are a few things that really chap my ass that I find kind of fun to bitch about. After the jump, five relatively minor things that bug the crap out of me — share your peculiar irritations in the comments! It’s Friday — let’s purge! Keep reading »

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