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All you boys and girls who are on the hunt for a new fragrance—your quest ends here. Khloe Kardashian and her hubby Lamar Odom have created a unisex perfume, called Unbreakable, based on the scent of their love. No, it doesn’t smell like his NBA quality sweat or her nail glue and hairspray fumes. It smells like unisex chocolate. Duh! “It took a long time to create what we both wanted and would wear and love, and we found the perfect one,” says Khloe. “Someone just asked me, ‘What are you wearing?’ and I love that I can say, ‘It’s our fragrance!’” Valentine’s Day gifts, solved. [People] Keep reading »
“There’s only so long you can rule the reality world. Maybe another year or so of reality, and then I’m gonna graduate to movies. … It’s like Michael Jordan. There’s only so long you can keep winning them rings.”
—Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino tells E! Online that he will most likely be leaving “Jersey Shore” in a year to pursue acting. Right, because his year and a half of GTLing on the show is so very similar to Jordan’s two decade basketball career. Humility is so underrated. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Sometimes when “Glee” goes off the air for a little while, I convince myself that I am over its saccharine song and dance numbers. But it never happens—once I watch again, BAM! I am instantly re-hooked. That’s what happened last night when I begrudgingly watched the show’s much-hyped return after the Super Bowl. The episode was hilarious and made me sing along to a mashup of “Thriller” and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ “Heads Will Roll. Chances are you already saw this clip because, well, 26.8 million people watched last night. But just in case, here you go. I love that the McKinley football team, in order not to be completely steamrolled by the opposing team, has to do a rendition of “Single Ladies” or this over-the-top number. What will they have up their sleeves next time?
After the jump, see the Cheerios do “California Gurls” complete with fireworks bras. Keep reading »
Not all of us are gifted at the art of gift-gving. Some of us are lazy and/ or poor. Some of us live by the motto, “It’s the thought that counts.” As in, we thought about getting you a gift, but we just didn’t get around to it. If you are one of those someones (like me), click through to see some stellar (read as easy and inexpensive) Valentine’s Day gift ideas.