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Last night, yet another stupendous episode of “Bachelor Pad” went down and it became apparent that if you weren’t willing to get busy with a member of the opposite sex, you were going home with empty pockets. Keep reading »
Kanye West is still trying to atone for embarrassing Taylor Swift at last year’s MTV Video Music Awards. So much so, that he not only continues to tweet apologies for his ego-driven childish antics, but he also wrote a song for Taylor. He says it’s a “beautiful” song and he wants her to have it. Wow, the self-proclaimed Louis Vuitton Don is willing to give away one of his super expensive songs? Kanye must really be apologetic … or trying to improve his image. He says that if Taylor won’t take the song, then he will perform it for her. But isn’t Kanye making another egotistical assumption that the world wants to hear from him again regarding Taylor? We’re over it. [Essence] Keep reading »
“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” reunion part two … what to say, what to say. I thought we were going to end with more subtext and angry body language and call it a day. And then these hugs happened. I’m going to go ahead and crown it one of the most awkward moments on television ever. Keep reading »
Bristol Palin reenacts the position she and Levi Johnston used before they brought baby Tripp into the world
More “Dancing With The Stars” promo pics after the jump … Keep reading »
You might think British people are all “quietly drinking tea” and “reserved dignity” and “the Queen’s English.” But then you watch this video of teen disasters Abby and Lisa auditioning for British show “The X Factor” and you realize that no, they’re exactly as mortifying as everyone else. Keep reading »
If you’re still hungry after looking at that Lady Gaga pic, Southern chef Paula Deen has the perfect snack. The woman who considers butter a food group shows you how to turn a perfectly good piece of lasagna into a lasagna sandwich. She puts the gas in gastronomy. [BuzzFeed
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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 9pm (EST).
Cheerleading is an iconic American phenomenon, on par with apple pie and the bald eagle. But, uh, where did it come from? Good question. Most people don’t know this, but cheerleaders were originally men. Cheerleading goes back to the very first college football game, between Princeton and Rutgers University. Princeton students started chanting, “Rah rah rah! Tiger tiger tiger! Sis sis sis! Boom boom boom! Ahhhhh!” It became a student tradition, and soon the school appointed “yell leaders” who sat in the audience and lead said chants. The idea spread across the country, and in 1898 a University of Minnesota yell leader ran in front of the crowd to lead his chants. Cheerleading was born. Keep reading »
It’s a shockingly awesome week for movie-going. Maybe it’s a back-to-school gift to the kiddies? Or an end-of-summer peacemaker? Maybe I’m just in a really good mood and these are actually craptastic movies. Whatever is going on, I’m into it. This week’s movies also cover a huge spectrum of the human experience so no matter what mood you’re in, you’ll probably be psyched. This week, go see “Going the Distance,” “The American,” “Machete,” “The Winning Season,” “Suck,” “Last Train Home,” or “Prince of Broadway.” If you hate them, I’ll totally give you a refund. But not really. Keep reading »
Rehearsals have begun for season 11 of “Dancing with the Stars” and ABC has released images of some of our fave contestants. Here, Bristol Palin is shown some moves by her partner, Mark Ballas. Can he turn Alaska’s former first daughter from preggers prom queen into a ballroom dancer? Personally, I think it’s cute that they’re in socks. [Zap2It]
After the jump, more photos. Keep reading »