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Kristen Stewart And Robert Pattinson’s Baby: An OK Magazine Rendering

Okay, OK Magazine. We get that you want to milk this story that Robert Pattinson said he and Kristen Stewart are having a baby, even though it was incredibly obvious that he was kidding when he divulged this to Oprah. But if you were going to do a sketch of what their baby would like like, did you really have to give it eyeliner, gelled hair, and an almost-goatee? Couldn’t you have done the composite for real—I mean, isn’t there an app for that? Also, why call this the Robsten baby when it should obviously be StewPatz? [OK] Keep reading »

101 Things To Do With A Tainted Wedding Dress

Meet Kevin, the hilarious dude behind the blog “My Ex-Wife’s Wedding Dress.” A few months ago, Kevin’s wife of 12 years left him. And when she packed up her stuff, she left something behind—her wedding dress. And so Kevin hatched a plan to come up with 101 uses for said wedding dress and document each one. So far, he’s used the dress as a grill cover, dental floss, gym towel, shoe polish rag, and dog toy. Amazingly, it’s stayed relatively intact and clean until his most recent post, when he shoved it in his car’s gas tank instead of a gas cap. (That’s what’s going on in the photo above.) Oh, but Kevin’s got many more ideas. He plans to use the dress as a dust cloth for painting, a mop, a pasta strainer, etc. By the time he gets to the 101st use, he hopes to have a book deal. Good luck, dude. [My Ex-Wife's Wedding Dress] Keep reading »

The Cannes Film Festival: 10 Things We’re Looking Forward To

This is trippy, but because Europe has a six-hour head start on the US of A, right now Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, Eva Longoria, Salma Hayek, and many more are making their way down the red carpet at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival, where “Robin Hood” is kicking off the party. Cannes is one of the oldest and most prestigious film festivals, and more than 10,000 film buffs and 4,000 journalists have descended on the French Riviera for it. So what are we most looking forward to during the 12-day festival? Keep reading »

Jamie Foxx: The “American Idol” Dream Mentor


I always forget what a big crush I have on Jamie Foxx. I was all smitten again last night when he came back as an “American Idol” mentor for Movie Week. Yes, he’s mega-hot and multi-talented, but what makes him a great mentor is how much he cares about the success of the contestants. The guy genuinely gives a crap that they connect to the song, the audience, and their artistry. He even got them all shirts that said “Contestant” and “Artist” and challenged them to earn the “Artist” shirt with their performance. Awww. In his mentor session with Casey James, he urged James to look into his eyes and seduce him while singing “Mrs. Robinson.” (Clearly chosen for Kara DioGuardi’s benefit.) Now that’s going the distance! Unfortunately, the best thing about last night’s show was foxy Foxx—the performances were kind of meh with the exception of Lee DeWyze and Crystal Bowersox’s duet of “Falling Slowly” from the movie “Once.” I predict those two will be battling it out for the top spot this season. As far as I’m concerned, Jamie Foxx has already won the top mentor spot. Keep reading »

The “Daria” Box Set: Why We Want, No NEED, It


Today is a big deal, folks. Yes, it’s my birthday, but that’s not even what I’m talking about here. Today, “Daria: The Complete Animated Series” has been unleashed on the universe, and it’s only $45 over at Amazon. The eight-disc set includes all five seasons of “Daria,” plus special features like cast interviews, the two “Daria” movies, and the show’s original five-minute pilot. But there is one big bummer here. Apparently, the reason it took so freaking long for this set to be released is because of all the ’90s music incorporated into the show. In the end, it would’ve cost MTV an arm and a leg to secure all the rights—so instead, they’ve ditched the R.E.M., Fiona Apple, and Alice in Chains original tracks in favor of newly composed background songs. In other words, elevator music. Sigh. [The Gloss, Express Night Out]

But still, “Daria” is the ultimate show for nerds, weirdos, smarties and outcasts. After the jump, 10 reasons we still adore this series. Keep reading »

Frisky Rant: Newsweek’s Article About Gay Actors Is Way Off Base

A recent Newsweek article called “Straight Jacket,” about how gay actors can’t pull off straight roles, is causing mega-nega-buzz on the interwebs. Kristin Chenowith was the first to blast the piece, defending her “Promises, Promises” co-star Sean Hayes, who the article refers to as “the big pink elephant in the room.” Now producer Ryan Murphy and the entire cast of “Glee” are calling for a Newsweek boycott until the publication apologizes for the piece. In it, the writer calls Jonathan Groff (who plays Lea Michele’s new love interest on the show) “your average theater queen.”

This all got me wondering—is Ramin Setoodeh’s article really that offensive or are people just being overly sensitive? Sometimes quotes can be taken out of context. So I sat down for a careful read of “Straight Jacket” and wanted so badly to be able to say that people were getting their panties in a wad about nothing. But seriously, this article is so freaking out of line. Keep reading »

“Bachelorette” Sneak Peek


You may remember Ali Fedotowsky as the cute, fresh-faced blonde who made it to the final four on last season’s “The Bachelor” before she left the show for work reasons. A week or so later she called Bachelor Jake telling him she made a “huge mistake” and begging him to take her back, but it was too late; his heart had moved on. No worries, though! Now Ali has her choice of 25 men on the new season of “The Bachelorette,” which starts a week from Monday. While we don’t have a rundown of the men Ali has to choose from, ABC has released this sneak peek and if it’s any indication of what’s in store, this season promises to be as ridonkulous as ever. Seriously, a professional wrestler who calls himself “Rated-R”?? On second thought, maybe Bachelor Jake wasn’t such a tool after all… [via Us Weekly] Keep reading »

Little Girls Tear It Up To “Single Ladies”


I took dance lessons when I was a kid. I wasn’t very good, and looking back at the Sears Portrait Studio-style snapshots of me, all gussied up in my sequins and garish makeup, I realize I looked pretty ridiculous too. I — and the rest of my jazz dance class — were never ever as, um, advanced as the little 7-year-olds performing Beyonce’s “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” in the video above. I want to be clear: these gals can dance. They’ve got the moves. But, like, isn’t this song a little weird for children to be dancing to? They’re doing some of the original Bob Fosse moves, but the rest of it is full of gyrating and rather stripper-y. And what’s up with the bordello crop tops and panties? Oy. Keep reading »

Happy (Not) Hump Day: Kittens Get Autotuned!


Whyyyyy does it feel like Wednesday when it’s not?! These kittens’ meows in autotune are perfect to post on Hump Day, but I just could not wait until tomorrow. Informal poll time! Who sounds better autotuned — Lindsay Lohan or these random cats? I vote CATS. Keep reading »

Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases, From The Dead Weather To The National

It’s a gray May day here in New York City and the releases this Tuesday are just as dark and enveloping. Now, it’s time to forget sunshine and the bright, plucky spring. Let’s roll into the wild rawness of rock. Deep voices, strange noises, and a rabbit hole that’ll take you out of your day at work and into a thick forest of killer jams. All you gotta do is slip those headphones on and turn the volume up, ’cause we’re getting down with The National, Unkle, CocoRosie, and The Dead Weather, after the jump. Keep reading »

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