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Unlikely Style Inspiration: Ryan Gosling In “Drive”

SS: "Downton Abbey"
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Inspiration: Maeby Funke
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SS: Sherlock Holmes
We're mad about the Brit TV show's sneaky style. Read More »

Ryan Gosling’s character in “Drive” is known simply as “Driver.” He may not have much to say, or even an actual name, but he does have mad style, from his signature scorpion bomber jacket to his tight jeans and aviator sunglasses. Here are some Driver-inspired pieces that will add a little edge to your wardrobe. Shopping details after the jump! Keep reading »

Ron-Ron Juice Vs. Go-Go Juice

Ron-Ron Juice is the creation of “Jersey Shore” meatball Ronnie. Go-Go Juice is the invention of “Coupon Queen” June, mother of “Toddlers and Tiaras” breakout star “Honey Boo-Boo Child” Alana. Both get their users hyped up and ready for the club/pageant stage. Both cause uncontrollable freak outs and grabby hands. But while Go-Go juice relies solely on a heady combo of high fructose corn syrup and caffeine, Ron-Ron juice has an added advantage: maraschino cherries. What, you thought we were going to say vodka, didn’t you?

Girl Talk: What I Learned From Sucking At Improv

Pole Power
How pole-dancing made me love my body. Read More »
Improv Revolution
How taking improv classes changed my life. Read More »
College Gymnast
I was once a college gymnast. Read More »

A couple years ago I was feeling lost. I had graduated college, had some money saved up, and I wanted to try something new. I’d been writing a humorous fashion blog for awhile and I’d been toying with the idea of taking the leap from writing funny things to performing funny things. Tina Fey has always been a huge inspiration for me and I remember reading an interview about how improv had changed her life and thinking, Hey, maybe improv would change my life too. I looked up Tina Fey’s bio on Wikipedia and found out she studied improv at The Second City, an acting school and theater in Chicago where many “Saturday Night Live” alums got their start. So I signed up a for a week-long immersion improv class and I bought a plane ticket to Chicago. Keep reading »

Honey Boo-Boo Alana And Her Mom In Matching Outfits

Meet Alana...
Our latest "Toddlers & Tiaras" muse. Watch »
"Fat" Beauty Queen
Miss San Antonio lost her crown for eating tacos. Read More »
Costume: Pageant Princess
Supplies: a poofy dress, eye shadow, and a nini! Read More »
Beauty Queens In Cuffs
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Czech beauty queens in trouble after sexy handcuff photos surface. Read More »

I’m sorry, I’m sorry for doing this to you. Because once you see something like this, you can’t unsee it. A grown ass woman wearing a child’s pageant costume is a terrible, terrible thing and I’m really, really sorry. But at the same time, I felt duty-bound to let you know that “Coupon Queen” June and daughter Alana will be appearing on “Anderson” in matching outfits. That is all. Click for one more pick after the jump. [Buzzfeed]

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Meatballing And Other Topics The Cast Of “Jersey Shore” Are Actually Qualified To Advise

Is Snooki Pregnant?
Snooki pregnant photo
Say it ain't so! (And hide the booze!) Read More »
I Love "Jersey Shore"
A self-proclaimed smart girl on why she loves the Seaside Heights gang. Read More »
Snooki Talks Booze
Snooki knows she's a freakin' alcoholic. Read More »
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Interesting choice, TV Guide: the girls of “Jersey Shore” dished out Valentine’s Day love advice, like JWoww’s wise words that you can attract a man with “flourescent colors and leopard print.” The sad thing is that I don’t know if she was talking about makeup, hair, nails or clothes.

Alas, there are some topics that the ladies of “Jersey Shore” can speak knowledgeably about, but relationships are not one of them. Here are some topics they actually qualified to speak on…

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Viola Davis Addresses Black Actresses, Racism In “The Help”

Racist Or Raving?
What critics are saying about "The Help." Read More »
Octavia's Spanx
Octavia Spencer says she wore 3 pairs of Spanx to the SAG Awards. Read More »
Black Women Stereotypes
Stephen Colbert gets schooled on stereotypes of black women. Read More »

“The black artist cannot live in a revisionist place. The black artist can only tell the truth about humanity, and humanity is messy. People are messy. Caucasian actors know that. … We as African-American artists are more concerned with image and message and not execution, which is why every time you see your images they’ve been watered down to the point where they are not realistic at all. My whole thing is, do I always have be noble? As an artist, you’ve got to see the mess.”

– Actress Viola Davis responds to journalist Tavis Smiley regarding their roles in “The Help,” which has been criticized for being a “Hooray, White People Solved Racism” movie. Smiley told his guests, Viola and Octavia Spencer, that “I want you to win [an Oscar], but I’m ambivalent about what you’re winning for.” Whether you agree with Viola’s reply or not, it was earnest and, in my opinion, a refreshing response to the litany of complaints about “The Help” that have dogged it since the film came out. She’s probably sick of people saying this to her face and knowing people are saying it behind her back, too. [New York Times via YouTube]

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