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Elisabeth Hasselbeck Doesn’t Realize Masturbation Is Sex With The One You Love

This really is no surprise but super uptight couch sister, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, from The View, says she wouldn’t be pleased if her husband watched porn. And she sure as hell wouldn’t ever use a vibrator because she wants the intimacy of lovemaking with her husband more than anything. Honey, what about when he’s making treks around the country playing football games? Don’t you ever get a little horny and need to attend to some maintenance? Between pedicures you still pumice the soles of your feet (or some other ridiculous metaphor), right? Keep reading »

Julia & Kiefer: Back Together

Back in 1991, Julia Roberts jilted her fiance Kiefer Sutherland days before their wedding and ran off to Europe with his (now ex) best friend Jason Patric. Waaaay harsh, but Kiefer did cheat on her with a stripper. Despite the bad blood, they’ve managed to forgive each other and stay friends. Now, almost 20 years later, for the first time since they co-starred in Flatliners, the movie set they met on, it’s rumored they’ll work together again. Julia is reportedly stepping into the small screen and making a cameo on Kiefer’s successful show, 24, next season. Cool, but why would an Academy Award winning movie star take a bit part on a TV show? Sounds like more than gun sparks are going to fly on the secret agent show! [Remote Access] Keep reading »

The Hills On Jeopardy Must Signal Apocolypse

If I were Lauren, I’d be a little pissed. Heidi gets to be the answer question on Jeopardy? Also, can you hear Alex Trebek saying “duh”? [Fashionista] Keep reading »

The Daily Squeeze: Mary-Kate’s Ring, Animal Adoption, And Tom Arnold’s TV Show

  • Mary-Kate seems to be promoting safe sex with a ring that resembles a condom. [The Sun, U.K.]
  • A cat has adopted a red panda cub whose mother abandoned him. Animals are so cute. [BBC]
  • Tom Arnold will host a second season of My Big Redneck Wedding on CMT starting this October. How did I miss the first season? [eMediaWorld]
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    Sweet Release: What’s In And Out The Week Of July 2nd 2008

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  • Vanessa Hudgens Identified “Basically what we’re going to do is dance,” Vanessa Hudgens promises in the song Sneakernight. And she delivers on her first solo album Identified. Just like her claim to fame, High School Musical, you’ll definitely dance to this alone in your room and hide the case from your boyfriend. But poptastic Hudgens puts the pleasure in guilty.
  • Deltron 3030 Deltron Event II Fresh and futuristic, the hip-hop hotties of Deltron 3030 have done it again! On their second record, Deltron Event II, the super group of studs space out beats into pure groovable goodness. Dan the Automator, Del tha Funky Homosapien and DJ Kid Koala will rock you outta this world!
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    Modeling Competition For Women With Disabilities

    Um, wow. I am kind of speechless. The New York Daily News reports that a new modeling show has come to town, this one called Britain’s Missing Top Model. The U.K. show features models with various disabilities, like missing limbs, partial paralysis, and hearing loss. The show wants to challenge society’s traditional notions of beauty, which sounds great to me, but I also know that none of these women are going to be bigger than a size four, so that’s a standard of beauty no one is really willing to face yet either. Anyway, Marie Claire U.K. editor Marie O’Riordan serves as a judge for Missing Top Model, and says, “I do believe the program could help challenge our attitudes to disability. I want to see the winner shake up the fashion industry. These young women shouldn’t be invisible to the fashion world just because they are disabled.” Can we just ask one question? What is the deal with the title? “Missing” Model? What does that mean? [The NY Daily News] Keep reading »

    Quick Pic: The Boys From Entourage Engage In Some Play Fighting

    Men are so funny when they wrestle for fun. [Filming in Los Angeles, 6/19/08] Keep reading »

    Mad Men: “1960, I Am So Over You”

    Currently, I am majorly obsessed with the show Mad Men on AMC. If you haven’t seen it, you must give it a go, before the second season starts in a month. The show is about the advertising men on Madison Avenue during the early 1960s and is just brilliantly written and art directed. One of the most fascinating aspects to the show is seeing what it was like for the working women who were secretaries at the agencies — Mad Men features some of the most interesting female characters I’ve seen on TV in awhile, including Joan, the head secretary at Sterling-Cooper, the show’s fictional ad agency. Her portrayer, Christina Hendricks, is a goddess, and does a remarkable job showing the the complexity of a character who tries to maintain power in the workplace using her sexuality. In this clip, Joan’s roommate tries to tell her she’s hot for her. Keep reading »

    Romance On TV: Chuck Can’t Handle Love

    Last night’s season finale of Gossip Girl was a spectacle, and one of the more interesting plot lines was the Blair/Chuck romance. Basically, Chuck admits (to Nate) that he’s in love with Blair. He makes this sappy toast at his father and Lily’s wedding, and then he invites Blair to go to Tuscany with him on his family’s private jet. Has Chuck reformed and gone from date rapist to romantic? Well, I got really excited because I think he and Blair are really cute together, mostly because they’re both so evil, but then things went awry! Chuck’s dad tells him that taking Blair to Tuscany will change everything, and Chuck decides he’s not really ready to commit and leaves Blair to fly alone (well, with some random hot guy), and instead hits on blonde hottie Amelia. I guess some guys never change. Keep reading »

    Commercials Make Men Less Likely To Clean

    How often do you see a commercial for laundry detergent that depicts a father dealing with his son or daughter’s grass-stained clothes? By my calculations, you never do. And this isn’t helping get guys to do laundry or other household chores that are traditionally considered “women’s work.” Men are particularly influenced by the way TV commercials portray them, and 34 percent of them presented them engaged in work behavior, while just 2 percent showed them performing domestic tasks. Women, on the other hand, are least likely to be portrayed working outside the home — only 13.1 percent showed them this way, and 51.5 percent of commercials featuring women focused on selling home products, such as food and cleaners. It’s true that company’s do this for a reason. Women are still the ones buying most of these products. I’m hoping that as people get married later in life, men will start getting used to buying 409 and Clorox wipes and keep doing it when they get married. But then again, I’ve seen my guy friends’ apartments. They may own cleaning products, but they have yet to put them to use. [Newswise] Keep reading »

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