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Michelle McGee And Jamie Jungers To Team Up For “Celebrity Cheaters”

The show “Cheaters,” which, amazingly, is in its 10th season, is pretty nasty. It airs on The CW Plus and G4TV so perhaps you haven’t seen it—but the basic concept is that a spouse who believes their significant other is doing the horizontal polka with someone else asks for help catching their partner with their pants down. The Cheaters Detective Agency investigates, gathers proof, and while the spouse is physically with whomever they are cheating with, they give the episode’s complainant the chance to confront them. It’s basically like an episode of “Jerry Springer,” in real time.

Well, this show is about to take the nastiness to a whole ‘nother level. Keep reading »

Kate Gosselin Does The Swim On “Dancing With The Stars”


Sorry folks, but I am officially obsessed with watching Kate Gosselin‘s sad “Dancing with the Stars” routines. Last night, she and partner Tony fox trotted to “Don’t You Forget About Me” from “The Breakfast Club.” And it was … well, let’s just say that a blow-up doll would have brought more energy to it. I kind of love Carrie Ann’s comment that the dance was like “the Charlie Brown teacher’s. It’s like wah wah wah wah wah.” Please let her get voted off soon. For her own sake. Keep reading »

“Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus” … The Movie?

If you had a vagina in the early ’90s, chances are you read the bestselling relationship book, Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus, by John Gray. The book tried to explain the male gender and their supposed inability to talk about emotions based on the concept that men and women are so, so different that we may as well be from from completely different planets! More than a few people — men and women — found this characterization reductive and offensive. But Men Are From Mars went on to sell 50 million copies worldwide, so who really cares, right? Keep reading »

Remote Control: What You’ll Want To Watch The Week of April 19th 2010

It’s really beautiful outside, yet this doesn’t make me want to leave the house to frolic in the sun. I think it’s because I’m depressed and it just seems like nature is laughing at me. Fortunately, my best friend, TV, is here to cheer me up. This week, there are the premieres of “Romantically Challenged” and “Party Down,” the finales of “Damages” and “Project Runway,” a live reunion special for “The Millionaire Matchmaker,” and the Madonna “Glee” episode. Suck it, sun. Keep reading »

Who Knew You Could Pole Dance To Mazzy Star?


Back when I had a boyfriend, sometimes I would get wild and give him lap dances. Usually, the required playlist was filled with poppy tunes like Britney Spears‘ “Slave 4 U” or some raunchy old-school Madonna song. Mazzy Star was typically not on that list, though I did enjoy the occasional sweet roll in the hay to Hope Sandoval’s sexy crooning. The extremely talented woman in this video, however, has managed to turn Mazzy Star’s “Fade Into You” into the most magnetic strip show routine ever. Jessica, where did you take your pole dancing class again and can I come next time? Keep reading »

What Happened To “Sex And The City”?

Carrie Bradshaw and the gang have come a loooong way since the first season of “Sex and the City” premiered on HBO in 1998. That first episode — with its interstitial voiceovers from minor characters, which thankfully didn’t make it out of the first season, unfortunate hair, sometimes wacky outfits and Carrie chain-smoking in her studio apartment — is what made America fall in love with Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda. These were four single women living, working, loving and partying in the playground of New York City. We could have been like them. They were a version of us with cooler jobs and a seemingly endless capacity to wear four inch heels, but we could aspiringly relate to them. But now, things are different. Read more Keep reading »

I Don’t Care, I Want A Shake Weight


I gotta be honest, y’all. I kind of want to try the Shake Weight. Sure, it makes your arms look like they’re giving a fairly vigorous handy, but is that really so embarrassing if you’re doing it in the privacy of your own home while wearing workout clothes? “Saturday Night Live” hilariously spoofed the, uh, sexual nature of the product’s infomercial, but that didn’t do much to dissuade my interest. My upper arms need some work. Seriously, Shake Weight people — send me one to test out! Keep reading »

This Month In The Lady Mags: May Flowers

The May 2010 issues of women’s magazines are on newsstands now. So which of these suckers will make for the best plane ride and/or lazy afternoon in the park? After the jump, we’ve rounded up the highlights from each magazine so you can see which is worth your $3.99. Keep reading »

Stupid Fight Is Stupid Fun

Just because I’m an intelligent woman doesn’t mean that I can’t have a little lowbrow fun every now and then. Enter Stupid Fight, a new site that uses Twitter to “scientifically” determine the stupidity level of two celebrities’ fans and then declares a winner. It’s pretty much about as bottom-feeding as it gets. But so much damn fun. I think I’m going to start a Stupid Fight betting pool. Please note: this may be both a fun and lucrative Monday morning office game, but you didn’t get the idea from me if your boss catches you. After the jump, the results of my few rounds of Stupid Fight. [Stupid Fight] Keep reading »

Get A Cat And A Free iPad Stand Is Included

Cats and iPads come together once again! We know that kitties can be driven crazy by Apple’s new invention, but can they work in harmony? Some iPad owners have found the answer is yes. It seems that if you’re sick of the pesky task of holding your iPad, a cat is happy to take it off your hands. You get to read at an angle; the cat gets a warm butt. Everyone’s happy! [Mac Life] Keep reading »

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