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“Modern Family”‘s Ed O’Neill has started a rivalry with the cast of “Glee” after saying that Jane Lynch didn’t deserve her best supporting actress Emmy this year. He thinks it should have gone to Sofia Vergara, who plays his wife on the show. It’s nice to stand up for your teammates, but it’s kinda rude to rain on other people’s award parade. [NY Daily News]
Maybe this is a new trend in celebs voicing their opinions a little too openly? We rounded up a few other award party poopers for the occasion. Keep reading »
“True Blood” hottie Joe Manganiello went shirtless for last month’s issue of Italian Vanity Fair. He seems to have been trained at the “Zoolander” school of modeling because he’s giving the same face in almost all the photos. But let’s face it, we’re ogling those abs not his eyes, right? Keep clicking for three more photos from Joe’s shoot. [TooFab]
“You know, most people actually look better nude. We are all one harmonious colour, with a symmetry and an innate elegance. Fat women almost always look better without the constraint and lumpy pinching of clothes, all the straps and elastic squeezing and sucking.”
Many of us at The Frisky can attest to the following: guys go nuts for lingerie they can untie, unwrap, or unravel. Remarkably, this action is much more understandable to them than undoing a bra hook or taking off a garter belt. And while bow and tie-laden lingerie may effectively turn you into the holiday present (and put you in a slightly objectified position) … it can also be downright sexy. Check out some picks, after the jump!
The scariest scenario I could imagine as a child—besides swimming in the middle of a large body of water alone in the dark—was being trapped at Disneyland alone riding the rides. I don’t know if I had an over-active imagination or what, but I was pretty creeped out by all those pirates, ghosts, and animals. They definitely came to life after everyone left. Even as an adult, Disneyland still irks me. There is some strange dark, energy lurking just beneath “The Happiest Place on Earth.” Turns out Disneyland has some skeletons in its closet. Keep reading »