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Tabloid Cheat Sheet: Prince William’s Fiance Preggers? Kate Gosselin’s New Man?

I don’t know what has gotten into Tinseltown, but this week’s tabloids are super hit-or-miss. And I think it’s safe to blame Brad Pitt‘s beard, or lack thereof. The theme of this week’s cheat sheet is forgiveness—the cheaters are begging at their ex-wives’ doorsteps Also, lots of pre-marital sex is still going on and everyone’s stressed about their bikini bodies. So that you don’t have to sift through the filler, we’ve got the good stuff right here for you. Enjoy! Keep reading »

Lady Gaga Got Everything She Knows From Madonna

The other day, I posted about Lady Gaga‘s new video, “Alejandro,” and noted that, like, everything in the video was stuff Madonna had done already. I’m not a hater — I like the Gaga — I’m just sayin’. Some of you were like, STFU!, which is fine, because I love you, even when you tell me to STFU, without actually saying that. Anyway, now someone has created a mashup of Madonna and Lady Gaga videos that shows how, like, everything Lady Gaga did, Madonna did already. In a way, I don’t care. Who am I to judge? And it’s pretty much impossible to invent anything “new” these days. On the other hand, it does seem sort of derivative. Regardless, I am TEAM MADONNA for life. Yo, Gaga, you’re not Madonna, and you never will be. [New York Post] Keep reading »

Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases, From Devo To Drake

It’s one hot Tuesday, and girl, the new release jams are gonna make you sweat. For one, today is the official return of the raditude that is ’80s nerd dance group Devo. Meanwhile, Young Money drops Drake’s album; Robyn has us rockin’ out; The Like give us more to love; and We Are Scientists stick to their formula. So, let’s get into the groove, after the jump. Keep reading »

The Daily Ovulation: A Baby And A Tortoise


This video of the extraordinary friendship between toddler Lulu and tortoise Leonard is stupid cute. I especially love that it’s set against a song from “Pete’s Dragon.” God, that movie was so awesome. But can’t get over the fact that Lulu is bound to catch salmonella at some point. It’s not right to bathe with a tortoise. It’s just not. Love hurts. Best to learn that lesson young. [Buzz Feed] Keep reading »

10 Rules For “Entourage: The Movie,” So It Doesn’t Suck Like “SATC 2″

The seventh season of “Entourage” hasn’t even started yet, and executive producer Mark Wahlberg (yes, that Mark Wahlberg) already has us worried about “Entourage: The Movie.” Recently, Wahlberg said, “I am more focused on making that movie than my own films. I just think we can make a great movie. … We just have to end strong, and this season is, by far, the best season. … We’re going to have six episodes next year and end with a bang and then in the trailer you see [Ari Gold and his associate Lloyd] waking up in bed together in Vegas not knowing what happened.” [MTV]

That’s all well and good, but we don’t want to see seven seasons go up in flames with a craptastic movie, a la “Sex and the City 2.” So we’ve got 10 rules that Mark and the crew should keep in mind. Keep reading »

Catherine Zeta-Jones Feels The Need To Apologize For Tony Acceptance Speech

Catherine Zeta-Jones has apologized after her Tony win for Best Actress in “A Little Night Music.” Jones isn’t sorry that screen actors swept the awards, but instead for the crassness of her acceptance speech. If you didn’t see it, the speech was a normal mix of surprise, modesty and frantic name listing, while trying to beat the walk-off music. As the orchestra began to swell, she blurted out to hubby Michael Douglas, “See that man over there? He’s a movie star, and I get to sleep with him every night.” Keep reading »

“Twilight” Girls Vamping It For Vanity Fair

Wolf whistle! Check out “Eclipse” stars Dakota Fanning, Bryce Dallas Howard (replacing Rachelle Lefevre as the evil vampire, Victoria), and Ashley Greene vamping it up in a new Hollywood glamour-inspired Vanity Fair spread. Oh, puns, will you ever get old? [Vanity Fair] Keep reading »

Isaiah Mustafa Gets Spicy NBC Deal

We’d like to think we had something to do with Isaiah Mustafa‘s fast rise to fame. I mean, we did interview him back when he was simply that “Old Spice guy.” But let’s face it, Isaiah’s comedic delivery and good looks are what got him noticed. NBC has inked a talent deal with Isaiah that will most likely land him on one of the network’s sitcoms. And he says NBC was a natural fit for him. “I grew up in that ‘Cosby Show,’ ‘Family Ties’ era, and kept that going even through college with ‘Seinfeld’ and ‘Friends,’ ” he said. “To me, they controlled comedy and dictated my life on Thursday nights. And I think that’s my strength, doing comedy.”

Big things are happening for Isaiah, indeed. Not only will he appear on the silver screen and the small screen soon, but he also will be featured in another Old Spice commercial, which is set to air in the next few months. [Variety via CNN] Keep reading »

HBO Developing Comedy About One Woman’s Quest For An Orgasm

Oh, joy: HBO is developing a comedy about a young woman’s quest for an orgasm, based on the memoir Thanks For Coming: One Young Woman’s Quest For An Orgasm, by Mara Altman. To be completely honest with you, I didn’t get very far into Thanks For Coming because I have a queasy stomach reading about the human body. But the book — and presumably the show — tells how Altman (the daughter of sexually liberated parents) lost her virginity at 17 and slept with a bunch of guys, but had still never experienced “the big O.” In her quest for an orgasm, she visited an “orgasm commune” and masturbated for doctors inside an MRI machine. “I’m very excited about the prospect of HBO adapting my book for a comedy series,” Altman, a former staff writer for The Village Voice, told Deadline Hollywood. “It’s not everyday that a dysfunctional vulva gets to move out of marginalization and into the limelight.” [Deadline Hollywood] Keep reading »

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