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Justin Timberlake’s Fashion Regrets Include Cornrows, Matching Denim

“God, I feel I’ve gone to therapy just to erase some of them. The cornrows I wore with ’N Sync. That was pretty bad. Britney [Spears] and I wore matching denim outfits [to the 2001 American Music Awards]. Yeah, another bad choice. I’d probably pay good money to get some of those pictures off the internet.”

— At least Justin Timberlake is fully aware this outfit looks imbecilic. It’s only about 10 years too late. [Playboy via Fashionista] Keep reading »

Jason Sudeikis Learned Masturbation Techniques From ChatRoulette

“Here’s a little movie-magic fun fact for you. I did all my research by going on ChatRoulette, that website where guys masturbate for strangers. My moves in [the masturbation scene in] “Hall Pass” are an amalgamation of, I don’t know, maybe 20,000 different dudes. I took the facial expressions from SexHog22; I took the hand motions from GrizzlyBearDong. Those guys really know what they’re doing.”

Jason Sudeikis tells Playboy where he learned his magic masturbation moves as seen in the movie “Hall Pass.” No wonder he lands such hot ladies — with tips from dudes like SexHog22, who wouldn’t? It’s nice to see how the internet is inspiring actors to hone their craft. [Playboy] Keep reading »

Ke$ha Explains Why She Wrote “Till The World Ends” For Britney Spears Rather Than For Herself

“That song. I’ve never been more proud of anything in my career … It really solidifies me as a songwriter in the pop music world, which is what I consider myself first and foremost. So it actually is really, really exciting for me when I hear [Britney] sing it. Like, when I hear my own songs on the radio I have to kind of turn it down or change the radio or whatever. When I hear that, I fucking blow the speakers out and I order everybody to dance.”

Ke$ha tells New York why she decided to give her song “Till The World Ends” to Britney Spears rather than record it herself. Interestingly, the answer seems to be self-loathing rather than straight-up altruism. Too bad. The song has been on the “Top 100″ chart for 14 weeks and sold a million copies. But we bet Ke$ha has many more hits in her. [NY Mag] Keep reading »

Justin Timberlake Reminisces About Wild Times With ‘NSync

“I remember girls running after the buses in the hundreds … We’d finish playing, the band would be putting the gear up, and we would be trying to do a quick out, which is what they call it when you leave the stage before the band stops playing. We’d get on the bus and there would be 250 to 400 girls waiting to run after us. I distinctly remember Joey Fatone singing the theme song from ‘The Goonies’ while this particular pack of girls was running. It was just crazy.”

Justin Timberlake recalls the good ‘ol days with ‘NSync when he was still rocking his ramen noodles hairdo. Can you think of an unsexier image than Joey Fatone serenading ‘tweens with “The Goonies” theme song? I can’t. Better question: why, as young girls, were we so hot for boy bands? [I would answer this question if I wasn't busy crying over missing the NKOTBSB concert in NYC. -- Editor] [Playboy] Keep reading »

Mark-Paul Gosselaar On His Wardrobe Malfunction

“So during take three, I stand up — and there [are] a hundred extras and the crew people — and, as [co-star] Breckin [Meyer] likes to say, it was ‘Screech, Slater and Mr. Belding.’ They came out to play on the third take.”

Mark-Paul Gosselaar talks to “Access Hollywood” about filming a hot tub scene in his new TV show “Franklin & Bash.” Mark-Paul had tape over his nether-regions, but apparently it wasn’t enough to keep his member in check. Ahhh, to be a fly on that wall. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

Emma Watson Has Lived In A Bubble

“Hermione is so close to who I am as a person that I’ve never really had to research a role. I’m literally rediscovering what it means to be an actress … I have had no control over my life. I have lived in a complete bubble. They found me and picked me for the part. And now I’m desperately trying to find my way through it.”

Emma Watson waxes philosophic on acting and life after “Harry Potter” in the latest issue of Vogue. Also, she wears fancy, metallic clothes and looks stunning. [Vogue] Keep reading »

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