It only happens once in a lifetime. 90210 Day—aka September 2, 2010. In honor of this holiest of holy days, we’ll be posting clips from some of our favorite episodes of “Beverly Hills, 90210.” You’re welcome, bro.
Dylan McKay is the peanut butter in a Brenda and Kelly sandwich in this episode from season three. While Brenda’s away in France (with Donna pursuing her “modeling career”), Dylan fools around with Kelly, telling her, “It was always you, Kel.” Classic Dylan McKay. Keep reading »
When it comes to working out, you’ll usually find me in a large random T-shirt and a pair of leggings that aren’t nice enough to really wear as an outfit. But now, as the summer is coming to an end, I’ve promised myself to keep up with my exercise. It’s funny how being excited about a new garment or outfit can motivate us to get up and do something. With that and my promise in mind, I went searching for cute and affordable workout wear. Check out what I found, after the jump. Keep reading »
Is Katy Perry happy because A) she does whatever her T-shirt says, B) boyfriend Russell Brand is doing something right in the bedroom, or C) multicolored hair extensions brighten her mood? You be the judge. [9/2/10, London] Keep reading »
Joe Manganiello of “True Blood” is, apparently, a stalker magnet. Even before permanently losing his shirt for the role of Alcide, Joe had a few rabid followers. “I’ve had two crazy stalkers that, ah, one would call and leave these really weird poems on my phone. Another one would send these creepy pictures to my house,” he said. “I was at the police station filing this report and the police officer’s trying to figure out who these guys are and I kind of looked at him and shrugged my shoulders and said, ‘It’s never a hot chick.’ And he just kind of stared at me.”
But since “True Blood”‘s new season started, things have gotten much worse. Keep reading »
Congrats, gay guys! You have managed to create a television show that paints you as just as soulless, self-absorbed and materialistic as any of the women on the “Real Housewives” franchises! In fact, this promo for the new Logo program “The A-List” dubs its cast of reprehensible characters “Housewives With Balls.” What a bunch of horror shows. Keep reading »