I feel so bad for “Entourage” star Kevin Dillon right now. He’s hurt because of a joke Jane Lynch made while hosting the Emmy Awards last weekend. He said what Jane did was “unfair,” because it is just not true!
What Jane said: “A lot people are very curious as to why I’m a lesbian — ladies and gentleman, the cast of ‘Entourage.’”
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Last night, the second “America’s Next Top Model” all-star got kicked to the curb all over again. And overall, I am happy to report that this season feels like it’s picking up steam, with stakes high enough for me to keep on watching. After the jump, the good, the bad, and the WTF moments from last night’s episode. Though the absolute best moment is right here, for your viewing pleasure. Keep reading »
Now, I adore Crayola colored hair. I have turquoise streaks myself and highly approved of Katy Perry‘s royal blue wig phase. But something about her current cotton candy-colored locks just aren’t working for me. The tone is so aging and it pulls the focus away from her gorgeous eyes and face. Case in point: the October cover of In Style, which makes the situation far worse with its assorted pink text. Ick! [Styleite] Keep reading »
This week, the “Kids React” series tackles the fine art of planking. What is it? Why do people do it? Is it cool? Says one particularly incensed 7-year-old, “Stop. Stop planking. That’s weird. And get a job or something!” After all, “Isn’t [planking] for like, teens who just wanna do everything other teens wanna do?” And with one swift kick to the nuts, a 12-year-old girl manages to bring the Internet to its knees. [The Fine Bros.
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Are you one of the people who experienced “Pandora Withdrawal” after seeing “Avatar“? Well, Disney is working on a solution for your “Avatar” blues. The entertainment giant announced today that it will be creating an “Avatar” theme park within the Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. They break ground on the $400 million project in 2013 and estimate that it will take five years to complete. Meanwhile, the first sequel to “Avatar” will be hitting theaters in the winter of 2014.
James Cameron, for one, is thrilled with Disney’s plan. Keep reading »