Want to make sure your lady business tastes as sweet as a Cinnabon? Kandi and Phaedra from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” have a suggestion! On Monday’s episode, the gynecologically brilliant duo discussed “dipping your fingers in some sugar” and “sticking the fingers in your vajayjay” making you taste sweet and “sticky.” Not to mention incredibly itchy, as sugar completely upsets the normal pH balance in the vagina, causing yeast infections
. Yeast infections, my dear dumb housewives, are not sexy. Keep reading »
Well, this is interesting. In the video above, Tim Gunn
is asked what he thought about the “Project Runway”
finale, in which Gretchen was awarded the top prize. Tim explains that host Heidi Klum
asked him who he thought should win and he agreed with her that Mondo was the best choice, but that Heidi couldn’t get Nina Garcia or Michael Kors to budge. In the end, Tim agreed with some random woman in a deli, who told him that Mondo would succeed no matter what, while Gretchen needed the money. And that, my friends, will go down as the real reason Gretchen, who everyone hated for her attitude and hippie dippie designs (except me
), won “Project Runway.” Keep reading »
The big theme on the small screen this week? Guest stars! We’ve got Timothy Dalton on “Chuck,” Mandy Moore on “Grey’s Anatomy,” Hilary Duff on “Community,” Jason Sudeikis on “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,” and Eliza Dushku on “The Big Bang Theory.” But what do you really need to watch this week? Previews and more after the jump.
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After a TV series that ran five years in the 1970s and three movies in the 2000s, you’d think we’d be done with “Charlie’s Angels.” But, perhaps based on the popularity of the new “Hawaii Five-O,” ABC and Sony are planning a brand-new reboot of the show to air next fall. The series will be produced by Al Gough and Miles Millar—the dudes who took the Superman legend to a new place in “Smallville”—along with Drew Barrymore, who produced and starred in the movie remakes of the show. And they’re promising a little something different.
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