“They wanted Todd to be on the show. I think that would have been cool to see, too. But here Bristol is… doing something all new … [If I were on the show], they would have to let me dribble back and forth and maybe pivot and do a jump shot or something as part of the routine. In fact, when Bristol said, ‘I don’t know how to dance,’ I told her, just think of it as learning some basketball plays.”
—Sarah Palin lets it slip that “Dancing with the Stars” originally wanted Todd Palin for the show before they set their sights on Bristol. And she also shares the dancing advice she gave her daughter. I guess mommy doesn’t know best. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
For the honor of Grayskull! Last week, the DVD collection of “She-Ra: Princess of Power” was released to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the show. And yes, this will be what I’m getting every woman on my holiday gift list. Though episodes will also be available on iTunes and Hulu, I want the DVD extras.
She-ra, without her sword in hand, was Princess Aurora, the twin sister of Prince Adam, aka He-Man. Keep reading »
I know this question has been burning a hole in your hearts for the past few weeks: Whatever happened to Dave Good and Natalie Getz, the pair who won “Bachelor Pad“? Well, they are no longer together, which seemed pretty obvious to anyone who watched the final episode. They opted to share the $250K grand prize, so each walked away with $125K, which translates to $90K after taxes. Natalie, as she promised, is spending her loot paying off her student loans. She’s also using the cash to found a celebrity stylist firm, which is tragic considering that the girl’s favorite item of clothing is the tutu.
But Dave has far sillier plans for his money. Keep reading »
We’re unusually excited about this week’s “Saturday Night Live
” since Jane Lynch
is hosting. Our favorite cheerleading coach, Sue Sylvester, is sure to shake the lameness out of “SNL” if these hilarious promos with Fred Armisen are any indication. [Best Week Ever
] Keep reading »
First we were “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” in Los Angeles. Then we watched “Khloe and Kourtney Take Miami.” Now in January, the Kardashian family will kontinue kolonizing our television set when “Kourtney and Kim Take New York.” The two ladies have just started filming this series in which they’ll open up a New York branch of Dash clothing. And Kim promises us that good times will abound. “This couldn’t have come at a more perfect time for me to just get out of my life [in LA],” she told Ryan Seacrest. “I’m single and I keep on saying, ‘I’m single for the first time’ but I never have really given it a shot. I’m down for some hookups.”
Bleh. Boring. After the jump, eight Kardashian show concepts we’d actually be interested in watching. Keep reading »
“I’m not afraid of working with challenging, powerful men or women for that matter. I get very turned on and it brings out my competitive part of me.”
– Cara Buono, who plays Dr. Faye Miller on “Mad Men,” when asked “What is it like to challenge a strong-and ultimately misogynistic- male character like Don Draper?” by Vogue Italia. You’re not the only one, Ms. Buono. [via Huffington Post] Keep reading »