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Elizabeth Edwards, the estranged wife of former senator and presidential hopeful John Edwards, died today at her home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, after a six-year battle with breast cancer. Her family — which includes daughters Cate and Emma Claire, and son Jack — released a statement saying, “Today we have lost the comfort of Elizabeth’s presence but she remains the heart of this family. We love her and will never know anyone more inspiring or full of life.” Yesterday, it was revealed that Edwards’ cancer had spread to her liver and that further treatment would be unproductive. [CNN] Keep reading »
A dorky thing I love—listening to the cast and crew commentary on DVD editions of movies and TV joys. I always enjoy hearing the behind-the-scenes tidbits, and getting an insider’s perspective on whatever I’m watching. So I’m happy to hear that the DVD of “Eclipse” contains commentary with Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattison, which is mainly the two of them bantering about Kristen’s wig and how inappropriate Robert thinks it is that Bella pursues a friendship with Jacob while she and Edward are together. A sample moment, from when Bella meets the wolf pack, sans shirts: Keep reading »
It’s almost Christmas, and the music industry knows you’re looking for the perfect stocking stuffers! While MP3s won’t fit, a CD certainly will. So, it’s no surprise that we’ve been in sort of an awesome streak for new tunes. This week is no different! We’re gonna show T.I. no mercy. Let Sufjan Stevens delight us. Check in with Duffy. Hitch onto Ryan Bingham’s star. And go back to the future with Daft Punk. So, let’s get into the groove, after the jump. Keep reading »
“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 »