At Least You Don’t Have Moebius Syndrome

Don’t tell Hayley to turn her frown upside down. She’s not trying to be a Debbie Downer, she is just incapable of smiling or moving her face at all for that matter. The 14-year-old suffers from a rare genetic disorder called Moebius Syndrome. People with this disorder are born missing vital nerves and sometimes limbs. This often impairs their ability to speak, blink, chew, or move their face. In Hayley’s case, her speech is very limited, her face is paralyzed, she has no hands, sleeps with her eyes open, and suffers with severe digestive issues. I dare you to try to complain about your problems now. [The Sun] Keep reading »

Buffy Who? Sarah Michelle Gellar To Star In A New Thriller Series

Over the weekend, I got sucked into a “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” marathon on Oxygen. The classic vampire show was, in a word, amazing and Sarah Michelle Gellar was the perfect mix of kick-butt and vulnerable, with spot-on comedic timing. So why has her career tanked? Luckily, Sarah has a new show in the works—CBS’ “Ringer.” (Which bears no relationship to “The Ring.”) In this now-greenlit thriller series, Sarah plays twin sisters, uber-troubled Bridget and wealthy, perfect Siobhan, who had a big falling out for some mysterious reason. When Siobhan dies in a boating accident, troubled Bridget steps in and assumes her life, even sleeping in the same bed with her husband, only to find that she has a bounty on her head, too. Keep reading »

Girl Talk: I’ve Moved Out Of Our Apartment

Of all the aspects that were difficult about my recent breakup from my boyfriend of two years, the hardest was moving out of the apartment that we shared together. You can verbally say all kinds of things: we’re broken up, we’re on a break, we’re seeing other people, whatever. Those words might change from day to day. But pulling your sundresses off the closet hangers feels final. Same goes for taking your face wash out of the shower. I built a life, a relationship, with someone and then all of a sudden, it was just my things in an apartment that was now his. Keep reading »

Nicki Minaj Talks Making Babies With Drake

“I think [our kids will] definitely have my personality. … [Our kids will] have Drake’s intelligence. They’ll have his sarcastic wittiness that I love about him, and they’ll have his songwriting skills. I think we’ll just make a real creative bunch of kids. Wait, did I just say that me and Drake will make kids? I think that would be like incest or something!”

Nicki Minaj may have ended her Twitter marriage to Drake back in August, but that didn’t stop her from talking to BBC Radio about the babies they’d have together. So are these two actually a couple? Color us confused. Or maybe this is just a ploy to make Rihanna jealous? [PopEater] Keep reading »

A Very Michael Jackson “Glee”

This is actually sort of thrilling—on February 6th, right after the Super Bowl, “Glee” will be back with a special Michael Jackson-themed episode. Here is one of the first photos from the episode, which will be followed two days later with another fresh dose on its regular night. I’m sorta hoping Puck does a rendition of “PYT” somewhere in here. [EW]

Oh, and check out a preview after the jump. Keep reading »

10 Oscar Snubs That Still Make Us Mad

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Yesterday was Oscar nomination day, which means that ever since, everyone has been boo-hooing on behalf of the people who seemed like shoe-ins for noms but didn’t make the final list. Over the past 24 hours, it seems pretty agreed that these were the most offensive snubs of 2011:

        • And no Justin Timberlake or Andrew Garfield for Best Supporting Actor in “The Social Network”?

        • How could Christopher Nolan not get nominated for Best Director after making the insanely creative “Inception”?

        • Cold diss. Everyone and their mom (Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Melissa Leo) got nominated for their acting in “The Fighter,” with the exception of Mark Wahlberg, the movie’s lead.

But after the jump, let’s go back in time and look at the snubs of yesteryear we still can’t believe.

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