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The Daily Ovulation: The PS22 Chorus Is Gonna Run This Town

What’s that you hear? Yeah, that’s the sound of my uterus giving the PS22 kids a standing ovation for their rendition of Jay-Z’s “Run This Town.” The little lead vocalist is astounding, the rap segment (which the chorus wrote) is awesome, and I just love watching all the sassy little girls in the crowd gettin’ DOWN as they belt out Rihanna’s refrain. To find out more about this amazing school chorus (which has recorded with the band Passion Pit!), check out their blog. Keep reading »

Go See “Paranormal Activity” Now


If there’s one thing in this world I have to thank Meghan McCain for, it’s “Paranormal Activity.” I went to see this horror movie last night, after the Daily Beast blogette wrote on her Twitter:
“Ohhh my GOD!!!!!! One of the scariest movies I’ve ever seen!!! My adrenalin is still pumping and I think I left nail marks in Ramins arm!!! What the f**k paranormal experience?!? Get ur asses to the theatre to see paranormal activity – haven’t seen a movie that good in a very long time!”

When Meghan McCain tells me to do something, I listen.
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ESPN’s “Body Issue” Reveals A Lot

After we saw the leaked photos of Serena Williams and Sarah Reinertsen, nude, on two covers of ESPN‘s first-ever Body Issue, we knew we had to get our hands on a copy. And today we did.

The Oct. 19 issue has seven different cover variations, each featuring a different athlete. Ours features a glistening Dwight Howard, the Orlando Magic basketball player. Inside the magazine, there is more nudity than we had expected to see in ESPN, especially since a lot of the naked and nearly naked bodies belong to men. The story that shows photos of athletes’ scars and other physical costs of dedication makes sense, in our opinion, for the magazine. The numerous images of athletes without any or many clothes? Not so much. Our only guess is that ESPN is trying to attract more women readers. And we’re not complaining.

Click through for the full, somewhat NSFW version of the above photo featuring the D.C. United soccer team. Keep reading »

Chick Music News: Rihanna, LeAnn Rimes, And Spice Girls Albums Coming Soon!

Rihanna joined Twitter this week, just to let fans know that, “The Wait Is Ova.” She followed this up with a second tweet that read, “Nov 23 09,” which is presumably the release date of her newest album since Good Girl Gone Bad came out in 2007. She’s already shot the album cover in a nude bodysuit and white faux fur coat, so we’re wondering if she’s going back to “good” now that she’s ditched the neo goth look? In more Rihanna-related news, Chris Brown‘s please-forgive-me-Rihanna song, “So Cold,” was leaked onto the internet this week and I hate to say it, but it’s a decent song if you can ignore the fact that Chris Brown is a jackass. [Access Hollywood] Keep reading »

Would Michael Jackson Tell A&E’s Reality Show To Beat It?

Michael Jackson did his best to shield his three children, Prince, Paris, and Blanket, from prying eyes and the media, even when dangling an infant Blanket over a balcony railing. When he was alive they often wore scarves or masks in public. So, I wonder how he would feel about his children appearing in an upcoming A&E reality show, the latest Jackson family sideshow act. Keep reading »

Rainbow Brite, We’ll Always Remember You Before You Got Slutty

Rainbow Brite was the original fag hag, what with her sassy attitude, outrageous clothes and her BF, Twink. Those of us who were little kids in the ’80s spent Saturday mornings entranced by her intergalactic adventures, and she was a good role model for young girls because she could do anything the boys could (and usually told all them what to do). One thing our beloved heroine was not: sexy. And that’s OK, because she is a children’s character. Fast-forward to spring 2010, when Hallmark will unveil the modern Rainbow Brite and Co. The original childish bodies have been replaced by elongated, leggy versions of their former selves. Twink’s new name is Twinkle (gee, wonder why?). Wait a sec, didn’t this happen to Strawberry Shortcake and Dora, too? When will the madness end? [Jezebel]

The outrageous before and after, plus a bonus vintage video, after the jump! Keep reading »

Barbie Gone Wild!

As far as I was concerned when I was a little girl, there was only one proper use for my Barbie dolls—simulating sex acts. But Barbie and Ken humping (without privates mind you) got old after a while. Now I know that sex is not always a Barbie and Ken doin’ it missionary style event. That’s why I’m lovin’ BuzzFeed’s collection of alternative and lesbian Barbie art. Let’s give little girls some options for their future, puh-lease. Not everyone marries Ken, gets a pink Corvette, and lives in a Dream House. After the jump, some more of my favorite Barbies gone wild. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Is TV Helping To De-Stigmatize Mental Illness?

It’s the time of year when production companies start working on pilots for shows they hope will be picked up to air next year. One such show is “The Quickening,” which will be written by the awesome Jennifer Salt of “Nip/Tuck” and will star the lovely Radha Mitchell as a bipolar detective whose medication stabilizes her mood swings but damages her otherwise brilliant talent for solving the crime. I gotta say that, lately, I’m noticing a lot of shows where the protagonist struggles with mental illness, and I think it’s pretty amazing since it can help people understand and be more accepting of the wide variety of mental illnesses out there. [Variety] Keep reading »

Women Love Vampires Because We Want … Gay Men?

Further proof some men don’t know jack about women: Esquire magazine says chicks go bananas for vampire love stories because we lust after … wait for it … gay guys. Gay guys don’t want to be with us the way vampires can’t be with us and you know us ladies: we just want what we cannot have.

No, I’m not buying it either. Keep reading »

Tabloid Cheat Sheet: Khloe’s Marriage Already Over? Jon Has His Eye On Kate’s Bestie?

It’s Wednesday again, and if you were lucky enough to get Columbus Day off, you probably didn’t even notice that the week is half over. Thankfully, we’re here to remind you that the best ‘bloids hit the newsstands today. Heaven forbid you actually pay for them, so we scooped them up in the wee hours of the morning, read them cover to glossy cover and picked out the most amazing, totally true (yeah, right) tidbits for you. Keep reading »

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