There’s supposedly nothing to watch on TV in the summer, but this week is (shockingly!) looking pretty good. We’ve got VH1′s new show, “The Great Debate,” plus the season premiere of “Entourage” and finale of “Reno 911.” Also, adorable Neil Patrick Harris stops by “Top Chef Masters,” and we get more (MORE!) “Real Housewives of New Jersey” with a special lost footage episode. Am I drooling yet? Keep reading »
Time for me to sound like a broken record. Will Jillian finally realize Wes is a total d-bag on tonight’s episode of “The Bachelorette”? Considering I have been waiting, and waiting, and waiting since, like, episode one, I am going to take a wild guess and say “no.” However, the previews imply that she does. But ABC has fooled me before! Also, someone has a surprise proposal? Anyway, see you at 8 pm bitches. Keep reading »
It’s been 10 days since Michael Jackson kicked the bucket, and the tributes to him are only getting more amazing. Last week, we told you about how the Iowa State Fair had commissioned a butter sculpture of the King of Pop. Now we’re obsessed with two new tribute ideas. First, just trust me, and head to EternalMoonwalk.com. Folks from all over the globe have submitted vids of them doing (or at least attempting) the classic MJ dance move, and the creators of the site have edited into together into a never-ending moon scroll. Hot!
And we’re also digging on Larry Smith who’s created a contest to see who could write the best MJ obituary in only six words. More than 450 people entered. After the jump, check out the winners. Let’s just say they’re more touching than most of the TV coverage from last week combined. Keep reading »
America’s former sweetheart is apparently pretty mean! Britney Spears has reportedly been giving ex-hub Kevin Federline crap about turning into a fatty-bo-batty. She allegedly calls him “K-Fatter-line,” “fat housewife,” and often asks him when the baby’s due. According to Celebitchy, BritBrit has insisted K-Fed lose the 85-or-so pounds he’s gained since they got married five years ago, so he can “stop showing their kids it’s OK to be fat and sloppy.” [Celebitchy]
Wait, I’m not sure who to make fun of first. Britney calling anyone sloppy is amazing. I feel bad for K-Fed getting made fun of, but he does hookup with mad chicks and has totally mooched off Britney for years. Do you guys think Britney’s being rude or should K-Fed drop the extra Olsen? Keep reading »
The first thing you need to know is loads of hot British boys play it, which naturally means the answer is yes. The second thing you need to know is that it’s a combination of football and volleyball. (Obvi! That’s why it’s called footvolley.) The game is incredibly similar to volleyball, except no hands are used. Instead, players kick or head butt the ball over the net, and a soccer ball replaces the traditional volleyball. Like all hot beach games, it originated where the best beaches can be found, Brazil, [ed Note: where for the record soccer is called football but anyway]. A hottie called Octavio De Moraes is credited with creating the game in 1965. Boy, has it come a long way since then. Today almost every country from Israel to the England to Italy has a footvolley association and major brands like Pepsi sponsor national tournaments. Hot boys? Exotic countries? Sunny beaches? That’s enough of an argument for me. [Metro.co.uk] Keep reading »
Whether you’ve been out on the town, studying late, or just watching too much telly, now is a good time to start getting the recommended eight hours of sleep. Cause if you don’t, you may be hurting your heart. A new study published in the journal Sleep found that women who reported sleeping less than eight hours had high levels of Interleukin-6, which triggers inflammation and ultimately heart disease. Even those women who sleep seven hours a night are at risk. And as if women didn’t already have it harder than men in a million other ways, add this one to the list because the study didn’t find consistent results with guys. So women, instead of watching another re-run of “Scrubs” or ordering additional drinks at the bar, maybe consider getting some extra shut-eye. [BBC News] Keep reading »
In four short days, “Bruno” will be unleashed upon innocent moviegoers in the US. Judging from Sacha Baron Cohen’s nakie GQ cover and increasingly hilarious premiere ensembles, this mockumentary is going to blow “Borat” out of zee vater. But is Sacha Baron Cohen’s most outrageous character yet based on a real-life Bruno? In Austria, people’s lederhosen are in a bunch trying to figure out who could be the model. We pit the two lucky Austrian front-runners against each other for the ultimate title of “the real Bruno.” You decide who is zee real deal. Keep reading »
Forget Grecian dresses, there is so much more out there. Some celebrities have been spotted hitting the red carpet in fashion’s ethnic-inspired couture and we rounded up some of our favorites for you.
Leighton Meester’s foot job sex tape is still under wraps, but we can’t say the same about her new song “Body Control,” which has been leaked on the internet a few weeks ahead of schedule. After her appearance in Cobra Starship’s “Good Girls Go Bad,” we were pumped to hear her solo work. Too bad it sounds like a mediocre Britney Spears track—metallic and overproduced. With lyrics like, “I live to party, party,” and “I’ve become a wild thing/Yeah, uh huh/This music makes my heart sing/Yeah, uh huh,” we just aren’t too impressed. Just goes to show that you can take the headband off the girl, but you can’t take the girl outta the headband. My fingers are crossed that Leighton stays put and soaks up her success as Blair Waldorf while she’s still got it. Just take a little word of warning from the swiftly declining career of that other made-famous-by-Josh-Schwartz girl, Mischa Barton. Keep reading »