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So, by now you have definitely heard about ChatRoulette, the site that randomly connects you to strangers via webcam. If you’ve used it, you are probably also unfortunately aware of the site’s users who are all about showing off the sexy bits. Whether it be folks giving you a gander at what they have, asking to see your stuff, or tricking you into thinking you are seeing something you’re not, ChatRoulette has a dirty, dirty mind sometimes. But the site has some great things to offer for those not into private parts: silly people, costumes, cute cats, and even celebrities. These famous faces have taken off from the Twitter branch and fluttered over to ChatRoulette to see what all the fuss is about. Read on to see which celebs you have a chance to talk with when you take a spin on the proverbial wheel.
From the looks of this video and one more after the jump, “The Real Housewives of New York City” aren’t taking any crap from Countess LuAnn de Lesseps. They’re finally comfortable in front of the cameras and aren’t seeking approval anymore, so they—Bethenny Frankel and Ramona Singer specifically—are finally telling the C(o)untess what she can do with all her criticisms and so-called etiquette. Check out another video after the jump. Keep reading »
“Adrianna and Gia share a special bond. My character starts questioning whether or not sexuality is measured on a spectrum, if it’s black and white or if it comes down to who you connect with and who you are compatible with. I’m excited as an actress to tell the story.”
—”90210″ star Jessica Lowndes on her upcoming on-screen kiss with Rumer Willis. Wow, she’s really over-thought what is essentially the oldest TV ratings stunt in the books. Though I guess, technically, we just bought into it. Keep reading »
Over the past nine years, a slightly disturbing trend has emerged for whoever ascends the stage, teary-eyed, to collect the Best Actress statue. Almost all the winners in this time period have gotten divorced, or called off super long-term relationships that seemed to have no expiration date. And none of these breakups were exactly amicable. Keep reading »
Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” opens this weekend, and to get you in the mood, here’s a look at the first film version of the Lewis Carroll tale ever made. This was filmed in 1903, over 100 years ago. I dunno—the White Rabbit and kids in card suits here are pretty awesome. Can Tim top it? [Neatorama] Keep reading »
Every Wednesday, the tabloids bring tragedy, intrigue, and lust into our lives. It’s kind of like modern-day soap operas, only instead of fictional story lines or made-up characters, they’ve cast celebrities you already know and love and pretend that it’s all 100 percent true. And since reality television has taken over for scripted drama, but real life is kinda boring, writers are forced to cook up dynamic story lines, and the line between what’s real and what’s fake is increasingly blurry. I’m not sure if gifting you with the most important stories is helping or hindering in our inevitable demise, but we are all just part of the system. So enjoy the tabs while you can. After the jump, this week’s big stories.
Sarah Palin may not think “Family Guy” is funny, but the former governor of Alaska tried to show off her funny bone with a stand-up set on last night’s “Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Her potshots at the White House were lame, but she made a few good jabs at Alaska. I think we can all say that Palin killed! No, not really. I was just making a hunting joke. [NBC] Keep reading »
Bethenny Frankel had to do the unthinkable—film this season of “The Real Housewives of New York City” sans the sauce because she is pregnant. “Shooting this season without alcohol was a real achievement,” said Bethenny. “It was like being in the desert without water.” I’m a little disappointed that Bethenny will have to put down the Skinny Bitch Margaritas, since her drunken banter with Jill Zarin is my favorite part of the show. But as long as the rest of the ladies are still up to their shenanigans, I’m sure the show will still be excellent. [TresSugar]
In remembrance of the good times, we’ve rounded up some of the best drunken “Housewife” moments, both on and off the screen, from whichever city said good times went down in. Keep reading »
Because we are not girls under the age of 12, it’s hard for us to wrap our heads around the insanity known as Bieber Fever. As a friend recently pointed out, “between the bowl cut, his last name and his weird head tick, he kind of reminds me of a Muppet baby.” True, but Justin is this generation’s answer to Jonathon Taylor Thomas, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Davy Jones, David Cassidy, etc, etc, etc. Luckily, the Bieb does seem like a pretty stand-up guy. Last night, while he was in Los Angeles celebrating his 16th birthday, he stopped by Jimmy Kimmel’s show to surprise Cody, the 3-year-old girl who spilled an insane number of tears in a YouTube video over the singer. (“I love Justin Bieber,” she wales. “I’m crying because I don’t get to see him all day.” If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out after the jump.) So Cody was pretty surprised when Justin magically appeared through the door. She jumped up to give him a hug. And offered him her hand in marriage. I guess she doesn’t know about playing hard to get yet? Keep reading »
When we saw the title of this post, “‘I Put a Spell on You’ Single & Video for Haiti, Feat. Johnny Depp,” we were like, what, our boyfriend can sing? But then we watched the video, and we were like, ah, no. In order to help post-earthquake relief and rescue efforts in Haiti, musicians Nick Cave, Mick Jones, Chrissy Hynde, and Mr. Depp got together to cover the Screamin’ Jay Hawkins track, “I Put a Spell on You.” Cave et al. do the singing, while Depp stands around watching the action, looking like a hot homeless guy, and then busts out his guitar and jams on it a bit. This ain’t your momma’s “We Are the World,” and we like it. [Racked] Keep reading »