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Watch Nick Jonas Bang On Screen In DirectTV’s “Kingdom” (NSFW)

Watch Nick Jonas Bang On Screen In DirectTV's "Kingdom"

Hallelujah! I just signed up for DirectTV a week ago and this morning I learn that the satellite TV provider has a new show called “Kingdom” starring a bunch of hot, ripped dudes playing MMA fighters, including all-growns-up Nick Jonas. And apparently, Nick does some seriously all-growns-up acting in the show, if this little Vine clip after the jump, featuring Nick banging the hell out of some woman, is to be believed. JoBroOFace after the jump! Now, excuse me while I go set up my DVR to record… [via Jezebel] Keep reading »

The “Girls” Season 4 Trailer Has Arrived!

The "Girls" Season 4 Trailer Has Arrived!
Hannah Is In Iowa, Remember?

Controversy or not, Lena Dunham’s not going anywhere except back to the small screen for season four of “Girls.” And today we have the first trailer, which shows Hannah back in Iowa as a grad school student. I had totally forgotten that happened at the end of season three, though I don’t expect the show will keep Hannah away from New York City, her friends and, of course, boyfriend Adam for very long. Meanwhile, it looks like Shosh is dealing with the stress of finding her first post-college job, Marnie is still pining away for that sexy musician with the girlfriend and, uh, then there’s Jessa, getting arrested for god knows what. “Girls”‘ fourth season premieres on January 11 on HBO.

New “Bachelor” Promo Is Both Weird And Kinda Creepy

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New "Bachelor" Promo Is Both Weird And Kinda Creepy
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  • This new “Bachelor” promo — featuring Hot Boring Farmer Chris — is seriously weird and creepy. Cornstalks! Whispering! In women’s voices! WHY? Was this directed by M. Night Shyamalan?
  • Oh thank god, Chad Kroeger says that rumors that he and Avril Lavigne have split are not true. Chavril LIVES. [People]
  • Hair company Redken has hired transgender model Lea T as a spokesmodel. Rad! [People]
  • Hitman charges against AC/DC’s Phil Rudd have been dropped. [Us Weekly] Keep reading »

Every Awkward Outfit From Season 1 Of “Gilmore Girls,” From Puffy Vests To Chokers

Every Awkward Outfit From Season 1 Of Gilmore Girls, From Puffy Vests To Chokers

It seems like everyone with a Netflix account and a pair of ovaries (and many people with neither) are rewatching “Gilmore Girls” this month, and I haven’t felt this much Stars Hollow togetherness since 2007! I’ve been in love with this show for years, and I’ll take any excuse to binge watch it. I just made it through the first season, and I’ve noticed a few things: 1) Most of the main characters were developed from the very beginning! 2) Luke and Lorelai need to get it together already, and 3) WTF were they wearing? Read more on The Gloss…

“Friends” Surveyed Their Studio Audience About Whether They Thought Monica Geller Was A Skank

"Friends" Surveyed Their Studio Audience About Whether They Thought Monica Geller Was A Skank

As a huge “Friends” fan who owns all of the seasons on DVD, trivia games and Central Perk memorabilia that’s ever been produced, I love how I’m still learning fun little tidbits about the show 20 years after it first premiered. Lisa Kudrow, who played my kindred spirit Phoebe Buffay on the show, guest starred on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night and told the audience how “Friends” was considered “racy” back in the day. Who knew?

Apparently, before the pilot episode, NBC was so concerned about having Courteney Cox’s character Monica mention having a one night stand, that they surveyed the show’s live audience about it. So did they think Monica was a super skank for doing the deed on day one? Watch the video after the jump to find out! Keep reading »

Laverne Cox’s Documentary Special “The T-Word” Is Groundbreaking, Must-Watch TV

Laverne Cox's Documentary Special "The T-Word" Is Groundbreaking, Must-Watch TV
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“When a baby is born, one of the first question asked when is it a boy, or is it a girl? But what if it’s not that simple?” The question, posed by actress and advocate Laverne Cox, sets the stage for the hour-long documentary, “ Laverne Cox Presents: The T-Word.” Cox, an executive producer on the project as well as the host, takes viewers into the lives of seven different transgender youth, ranging in age from 12 to 24.

The stories of these young men and women provide a face, a name, and a reality to the horrifying statistics related to the trans experience. Trans men and women face significant challenges at both systemic and daily levels. A 2014 National Transgender Discrimination Survey Report looked at the data to better understand why 41 percent of people who are trandgender or gender nonconforming have attempted suicide, a staggering nine times higher than the national average. Homelessness, which is especially prevalent in trans youth, was a large factor, with 69 percent of homeless transgender people reporting they had tried to kill themselves. Many are also victims of domestic violence, at the hands of both family and friends, according to a report from the National Coalition of Anti-Violence programs, people who identify as transgender are 28% more likely to experience violence than those who are gender normative. Transphobia and trans discrimination and violence are still all too real in this country, despite the increased visibility of high profile transgender people like Laverne Cox, Janet Mock and many others. Keep reading »

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