Rapping rodents and their furry fly girls are making me want to buy a hooptee. Go Hamster! Go Hamster! Go! [WOW Report] Keep reading »
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If you are a fan of all things Dolly Parton, we know what you’ll be doing on July 3 at 8 p.m. Clear your schedule because the Hallmark Channel is airing a musical tribute to Dolly called “Dolly Celebrates 25 Years of Dollywood.” Miley Cyrus, Billy Ray Cyrus ,and Kenny Rogers are all set to perform and Reba McEntire, Brad Paisley, and Kenny Chesney will be making guest appearances. More importantly, however, the show will explore the Dollywood theme park, which is awesomely amazing. Seriously, we want to go. Now. Here’s why. [Hallmark Channel] Keep reading »
If you have an irrational fear of fireworks like I do, then you are probably on the lookout for alternative ways to celebrate your Independence Day. Ya know, something equally as fun with way less gun powder. After the jump, four awesome Fourth of July celebrations that don’t involve fireworks. Because we’re free to choose to boycott fireworks, darn it!
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Happy 4th of July weekend, bubbelehs! I know you’ve probably got BBQs, drinking, and fireworks to attend to, but after all that hot summer fun partying, you’ll probably need a rest. And where better to chill that sunburn than in a dark and chilly movie theater? This week, the “Twilight” saga continues with “Eclipse.” Also, there’s some 3-D fun with “Despicable Me” and “The Last Airbender,” whore house drama in “Love Ranch,” and a sperm-donor-and-lesbian-couple reunion in “The Kids Are All Right.” So, when all the punch and pigs-in-a-blanket have run out, hit up your local cinema for some recuperation. Keep reading »
Happiness and joy! I have been loving me some Santino Rice ever since he appeared on “Project Runway,” and now he’s going to be returning to TV land, costarring with fellow “Project Runway” alum Austin Scarlett in Lifetime’s “On the Road with Austin & Santino.” (They should have named it “On the Road with Santino & Austin” but whatever.) The show, which premieres July 29 at 10:30 p.m., following the premiere of the eighth season of “Project Runway,” will follow the boys as they “travel to and immerse themselves in the culture of small towns across America to create new, dream-come-true looks for special women in unique situations as they celebrate such life milestones as anniversaries, birthdays, balls, graduations and bachelorette parties.” Along the way, their client roster includes “a rodeo trick-rider, a military officer and a female truck-driver.” Sounds wacky! I’ll be watching. [People] Keep reading »
USA! USA! USA! OK, so we might not have the best soccer team in the world, but we rock at pretty much everything else, including music. Here, we picked out our favorite American songs (new, old, classic, vintage, you name it) to play at your 4th of July BBQ. Check out the playlist after the jump! Keep reading »
Recently, the word on the street has been that Ali Fedotowsky leaves “The Bachelorette” a single lady. As I watched Monday’s episode, I couldn’t get this out of my head, especially when Ali said something to the effect of, “To go though all this and leave alone … ” Way to foreshadow, ABC! But, Us Weekly assures us that this is not the case. Their sources tell them that Ali not only gets a proposal in Bora Bora, but that she accepts it. They say she is already at work planning her Converse-clad wedding, which will be in early 2011. So which report is true—that she leaves solo or finds her man? Guess we’ll have to wait and find out.
But even more exciting is Us Weekly‘s revelation that Ali and Roberto may have known each other before the show. Keep reading »