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Watch The “Sex and The City 2″ Premiere Red Carpet Extravaganza Live!

If you didn’t get invited to the premiere of “Sex and the City 2” (don’t feel bad, we didn’t either), you can still feel like you’re there. Right now, the video above should be livestreaming what’s going down on the red carpet. So, stay tuned to hear what Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall, and Kristin Davis have to say about what they’re wearing, and, you know, life and stuff. Keep reading »

Remote Control: What You’ll Want To Watch The Week of May 24th 2010

The theme of this week’s television offerings is, without a doubt, goodbyes. (Besides a hello to the new season of “The Bachelorette,” which Amelia is liveblogging starting at 9 p.m. EST.) After 20 years, “Law & Order” is dunzo after this week’s episode. And after eight years, the clock has finally ticked down on Jack Bauer and “24.” Not to mention that “American Idol,” “Dancing with the Stars,” “How I Met Your Mother,” and “Tough Love Couples” are all done for the season. Sigh. Previews and more, after the jump. Keep reading »

Robert Pattinson Has His Own Font

Robert Pattinson has had his face slapped on to some pretty bizarre stuff—remember the life-sized R-Patz pillow? Now a computer-savvy, Robsessed individual has crafted a font of Pattinson’s handwriting. Rightfully dubbed “RPattz,” the font is a collection of itsy bitsy, barely legible letters that don’t say much for Pattinson’s penmanship. The creator claims that all the characters were pulled from legitimate autographs found on Google. Regardless, it has Pattinson’s name attached to it and it’s free to download. Which means that Twihards can start writing the Pattinson-penned love sonnets and dirty notes that they always dreamed about. I have already downloaded “RPattz” and started mine: “Dear Kelli, I certainly will try to fight for Cedric Diggory to make a guest appearance in the final ‘Harry Potter‘ movie. Though I can’t promise you I will take more showers…” Awww! How dreamy. [Twilight Poison] Keep reading »

“The Bachelorette” Psychic: Are Spoilers Spoiling The Show?

The Bachelorette” hasn’t even started yet—it kicks off tonight at 9 p.m. and Amelia will be liveblogging it, natch—but already, the names of Ali Fedotowsky‘s final two guys are floating around the interwebs. Oh, and the details of a “big scandal” this season. (Hi, SPOILER ALERT. Don’t click onward if you don’t want this season to potentially be ruined for you.) Keep reading »

Bret Michaels Hired On “Celebrity Apprentice”

This is strange—but apparently there were others things going on in the world last night besides the series finale of “Lost“? For example … the season finale of “Celebrity Apprentice.” Bret Michaels didn’t let a silly thing like a brain hemorrhage followed by a warning stroke keep him from competing in the live finale. He limped a tad but seemed otherwise all good for the final challenge—creating a new flavor of Snapple iced tea and an ad campaign to go along with it. With his Diet Trop-A-Rocka tea, he beat out challenger Holly Robinson Peete. Not that she was mad. “I know the whole country is pulling for Bret,” she Tweeted before the taping. “In many ways I am too!” Go Bret. Glad you made it back. Though lay off “Rock of Love” for a while, OK? That show just can’t be good for your health. [People] Keep reading »

Is A Super Scandalous Memoir Written By An Iranian Groupie Too Dangerous To Publish?

Roxana Shirazi is a 30-something London gal who has an MFA in fine arts and lectures on gender and identity. But before she was on the lecture circuit, she was a rock ‘n’ roll groupie. She’s even written a memoir—like Pamela Des Barres’ I’m With The Band, only racier—about her shocking sexcapades with bands like Skid Row, Guns N’ Roses, Motley Crue, and Velvet Revolver. Tidbits from her tell-all include performing vaj tricks for Tommy Lee, a boring dinner date with Nikki Six, and a love affair with and pregnancy by Guns N’ Roses’ Dizzy Reed. He made her get an abortion. Holy crap! Sounds like this page-turner has all the makings of an international best seller. Only problem? Shirazi’s book The Last Living Slut: Born In Iran, Bred Backstage had most agents and editors too skittish to publish it. Keep reading »

Is “Easy A” The Next “Mean Girls”?


Color me excited about the upcoming comedy “Easy A,” starring Emma Stone (from “Superbad,” amongst others). The movie is a modern take on The Scarlet Letter — much like “Clueless” was Amy Heckerling’s loose re-envisioning of Jane Austen’s Emma — about a not-very-popular girl named Olive who decides to use her high school’s rumor mill and a little white lie about losing her v-card to advance her social standing amongst her classmates. Emma Stone is hilarious and relatable, much like Lindsay Lohan was, tear, during her “Mean Girls” days, and “Easy A” looks like it’ll tackle the issues of high school cliques, mean rumors, and virginity loss with the same smart and sarcastic humor. Can’t wait! [via Jezebel] Keep reading »

The “Lost” Survival Guide For Those Of Us Who Don’t Give A Crap

I’m one of those people who doesn’t like to do what everyone else is doing. I’ve known this about myself since pre-school, when all the girls chose pink as their favorite color and I was so annoyed that I chose purple. In my adult life, this dynamic manifests itself in my TV habits. I refuse to watch a show that everyone’s talking about (unless of course I’m legitimately into it, ahem, “Mad Men“). Do I have to watch the hottest show just so I can make awkward conversation at the water cooler? Answer: No, I don’t. Thus, when “Lost” came on the air six seasons ago, and no one would shut up about it, I decided I would not watch it. A show about plane crash survivors on an island? No thanks. I’m sure the show is as amazing and mindf**ky as everyone says it is, but maybe if everyone would shut their trap about it for one second, I would be motivated to check it out.

As you can imagine, the weeks leading up to the finale have been a rough time for me. Everyone’s talking about the others, wormholes, laser beams, or whatever is happening on that crazy island. I have been inundated with magazine covers, interviews, “Lost” party invites, and Facebook status updates galore all about this show that I don’t give a crap about. The result? I feel disconnected from the human race. For those proud few who feel the same way as I do, we need to support each other to get through this rough time. After the jump, five suggestions for surviving the most annoying day of our life. I’m thinking about calling it L-Day. Keep reading »

“Lost”: The Critics Have Spoken, But Totally Disagree

Wait—did I say that last night’s “Lost” festivities were four and a half hours long? Make that five and a half hours if you stayed up to watch the cast on Jimmy Kimmel’s “Aloha to ‘Lost’” special. The “Lost”-in lasted past 1 a.m., and so I like to imagine that all the television critics in the country were up pulling all-nighters, trying to gather their thoughts in time to post them this morning. As could’ve been expected, last night’s finale was as divisive an issue as health care reform and immigration. Some critics loved the episode while others were horrified. After the jump, read what the smart folks had to say about the finale and let us know which camp you are in. Keep reading »

“Lost” Meets “Cats”


Last night’s series finale of “Lost” was a serious time commitment—four and a half hours, to be exact, if you watched the episode and the retrospective before it. If you didn’t have that kind of time on your hands, here is the one-minute version of the entire series, as acted by cats. Whoever cast the hairless kitty as Locke is a genius! [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

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