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Tabloid Cheat Sheet: Kendra Wilkinson Overdosed? Celebrity Children Dress Better Than You?

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I’m already drunk. Kidding, of course. Just because today is almost a national holiday, kind of, does not mean that celebrities get the day off from our constant surveillance. Au contraire, mon frere—today is just like any other Wednesday except with more green. And to help you save some of that green to buy more drinks later, we’ve already bought all today’s tabloids and found the best stories for you. Isn’t that super nice of us? Keep reading »

SXSW Diary: Indie Rock Meets Mardi Gras

In case you’ve been living in an abandoned cave for the last 10 years and you haven’t heard of the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, TX, then let me paint a picture for you. Downtown Austin gets crunk while thousands of hot indie rock and film dudes and dudettes from all over the world swarm the streets of Austin like a pack of sexy killer bees. There is film, music, drinking, networking (aka hooking up) and general debauchery. There are shows every hour on the hour at every possible venue—even the local Pita Pit and Laundromat have live shows—from 4 p.m. until 2 a.m. for five days straight. Are you getting the picture yet? Well, I’m on a plane right now … headed there. Squeal! After the jump, what I’m most excited about for SXSW 2010. Keep reading »

“Sex And The City”: The Prequel

Young adults novels are hot right now. Like, really, really hawt—maybe you heard of these little fringe ones called Twilight and Gossip Girl? Well, Candace Bushnell—the scribe who wrote the book which “Sex and the City” is based on—has taken Carrie Bradshaw and crew back to high school for her newest book. The Carrie Diaries comes out in April, and in the meantime, an excerpt has appeared in Teen Vogue. Here’s a sample … Keep reading »

5 Arguments For And Against “Sex And The City 2″

We’re mere months away from the release of “Sex and the City 2,” which comes out on May 27. The rumors are already flying about the fashion, the infidelities, and the best friends you never had! I’m a die-hard fan of “SATC,” but will Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), and (Kristin Davis) ultimately disappoint us? They’re going to leave us here eventually, fingering the stems of our Cosmopolitans, but will the sequel briefly satisfy that itch? We’ve compiled five reasons to see and not to see the movie. Oh, and minor spoiler alert ahead! Keep reading »

Lady Gaga & Beyonce Are Masters Of Not-So-Subtle Product Placement

Rarely lauded for their subtlety, Lady Gaga and Beyonce went even more balls out than usual with the product placement in their recently released “Telephone” music video. First up, there’s the fact that the song itself (much like its predecessor, “Videophone”) is just waiting to be licensed for commercial use by a cell phone company. But lest they should be accused of selling out to cell phones entirely, entertainment’s strangest lady duo produced an out-of-control video to accompany the jingle song, too. All we can say is we hope major money went Gaga and B’s way, because their almost 10-minute video was like an extended commercial for everything from dating sites to Polaroid to Verizon to Miracle Whip. Check out the most blatant placements, after the jump. [BlackBook] Keep reading »

Mike Tyson + Pigeons = Great TV?

Here is a very strange television show concept for you: Mike Tyson and the sport of pigeon racing. Evidently, Mike has been into pigeons since he was a kidlet, and will now be hosting a show for Animal Planet called “Taking on Tyson,” about racing the rats of the sky. “I’m honored to be a part of this monumental show,” Mike says. “I feel a great pride acting as an official representative for all the pigeon fanciers out there. I want people to see why we love these birds.” Ooooo … kay. Let’s just hope he doesn’t bite any ears off. Wait, do pigeons even have ears? [EW] Keep reading »

Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases From Seabear And Gin Wigmore

This week, I learned there’s an artist called Popa Chubby. Ha! While we’re not gonna take him for a spin, there is plenty of stuff that’ll keep you up for the work day! After the jump, Seabear hugs it out, The Whigs give us a party, Neon Trees grow, and Gin Wigmore is on the rocks. Keep reading »

Shun, Shag, Or Marry: The Inductees To The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Last night some new playas were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. You know what that means … former hotties in leather. Or, in this case, dread locks and polyester bell-bottoms. After the jump, which inductees I would Shun, Shag, and Marry. [Rock Hall] Keep reading »

Maybe The Cutest Baby Animal Video Ever


After a traumatizing, rain-soaked weekend, today the sun is shining and we’re feeling like maybe warmer days could really be on the way after all. Since nothing says spring like a baby lamb, please take a few seconds to watch Hide and Seek lovin’ “Bea,” who’s as playful as a puppy. ARGH. [Have You Seen This?!] Keep reading »

“The Price Of Beauty” Makes Jessica Simpson An Ugly American


I stayed up way past my bed time last night to watch Jessica Simpson‘s new VH1 show, “The Price of Beauty.” I didn’t have high hopes for the show in the first place (more on that later), but it ended up being kinda terrible in a way I hadn’t expected: “The Price of Beauty” is ostensibly about Simpson and her friends, CaCee Cobb and Ken Paves, traveling to different countries to learn about what they consider beautiful.

But instead, “The Price of Beauty” was a rather embarrassing display about rude American tourists who make inappropriate jokes and shriek, squeal and squirm when offered strange food. When Miss American Pie Jessica Simpson burst into a fit of sniggering giggles while meditating in a Buddhist temple with a Thai monk, I covered my eyes with my hands and winced. Keep reading »

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