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Pajama Jeans Mean Never Having To Get Dressed Again


Ever dream of waking up and rolling out the door in your pajamas? Sure you do. And maybe you already have. Still, if wearing your sweats in public isn’t embarrassing for you, we can assure that it is for everyone else, especially your romantic partner, if a slob like you has even defeated the odds and managed to score one. May we present this easy, breezy, extra classy solution that goes from day to night and will set you back a meager $39.95? And yes, these are real. Possibly. [Dlisted] Keep reading »

My Boyfriend Ryan (Gosling) Often Gets Mistaken For My Other Boyfriend Ryan (Reynolds)


Look, an excuse for me write about Ryan Gosling! (Like I need one — did you know Ryan Gosling probably brushed his teeth this morning? So fascinating, that man.) VanityFair.com took a break from declaring their favorite white girls Hollywood ingenues and went to the Sundance Film Festival. There, Krista Smith scored the opportunity to sit down with my BF after seeing his movie, “Blue Valentine,” which Catherine and I can’t wait to see (for different reasons). In the video above, Ryan jokes about how he is frequently mistaken for another hot Canadian named Ryan. Fans realize he’s not Scarlett Johansson’s other-half once they realize he doesn’t have the rippling muscles. Whatever, I’d take either one, depending on my mood. [Vanity Fair]
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Edwards’ Aide Talks About Giving His Life To The Politician

Andrew Young, the former John Edwards aide who claims in his book, The Politician, that he lied for the former presidential candidate, went on “Good Morning America” today with his wife, Cheri. The couple talked about how they always put John and Elizabeth Edwards first, saying they housed Rielle Hunter for eight months and even brought her along on family vacations. They even agreed to say Rielle’s baby was Andrew’s. Apparently, John told them he was going to come clean after Elizabeth died, because he didn’t want her to find out about the scandal. [GMA] Keep reading »

Stars To Remake “We Are The World”


I bet a lot of you are too young to remember when “We Are The World” first hit the airwaves 25 years ago, in 1985. The single, written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie, was recorded by an all-star lineup that crossed music genres and quickly became the biggest-selling single of all time. The proceeds went to famine relief charities in Ethiopia. I was 8 years old when “We Are The World” was released and I was living on an Air Force base in Japan, and even there, I can remember the song playing everywhere — in stores, on the street, in train stations and airports and bus terminals. It was a world-wide phenomenon. I liked to sing along and pretend I was Cyndi Lauper, one of my favorite childhood idols (second only to Judy Blume).
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Meet Chii, The Smiling Shiba Inu

I don’t have a dog, but I’ve been around people who do, and sometimes they point at their dog, and they’re all, like, “Ha-ha! It looks like he/she is smiling!” and then I look at their dog, and, you know, it doesn’t. But not so with Chii, a Shiba Inu in Japan who smiles like there’s no tomorrow when she’s happy, i.e. when her owner threatens to take her out for a walk. She only smiles for him. So very cute, Chii! I think they need to breed Chii, and then set her up with her very own puppy cam, so we can see what an entire litter of smiling Shiba Inu puppies looks like. Now, if only I could teach a cat to do that. [Urlesque] Keep reading »

Remote Control: What You’ll Want To Watch The Week Of February 1st 2010

Forget the Super Bowl. There’s something even bigger happening on television this week—the season premiere of “Lost.” I repeat, “LOST” IS BACK! We’ve been waiting eight whole months to find out if Juliet is alive, if Ben really killed Jacob, and if detonating that nuclear bomb did anything to negate flight 815 crashing on the island in the first place. Check out the preview after the jump, as well as a few other shows you’ll want to catch this week. Keep reading »

Prince Harry Dances For Money


When Prince Harry isn’t doing something offensive, he has some pretty hot moves. Over the weekend at a Haiti relief benefit, he did this little calypso dance, netting $2,500 from guests. Now stop checking out his package, OK? [People] Keep reading »

MadTV Predicted The iPad Years Ago


You know how everyone has been going period-joke crazy since the announcement of the iPad, Apple’s new gadget? Well MadTV, that now-defunct “Saturday Night Live”-esque sketch comedy show, essentially predicted it in a skit a few years ago. Their “iPad” is a menstruation aid that links up to your computer, which frankly sounds more interesting and useful than this thing Apple has invented. Keep reading »

Jon Hamm Does Sexy Sax Man Sergio & Senator Scott Brown On SNL


Jon Hamm hosted “Saturday Night Live” this weekend — for no real reason other than his undeniable hotness, seeing as he doesn’t have a movie to promote and “Mad Men” is on hiatus — and the results were delightfully … weird. In the digital short, above, Hamm plays a sexy saxophonist named Sergio who emerges during the most inopportune moments after a curse is placed on Andy Samberg’s character. For the record, Jon Hamm Covered In Birth Goop is still as sexy as Jon Hamm NOT Covered In Birth Goop. Keep reading »

Should Prince And Paris Jackson Have Spoken At The Grammys?


Can we talk for a minute about Michael Jackson’s kids, Prince and Paris Jackson, accepting the lifetime achievement award on behalf of their father at the Grammys last night? First, they’re gorgeous kids who seem healthy and well-adjusted and it’s heartening to see them no longer hiding behind veils like they did when their dad was alive. But just because they aren’t hiding anymore, I’m not sure it’s the best idea to parade them in front of millions and millions of viewers only months after they lost their father. Speaking on a stage like that is hard enough for a seasoned professional, but these are young kids who aren’t experienced performers. Poor Paris could barely get the words out, and what she said didn’t really make any sense. Can you imagine the mix of nerves and grief in a situation like that? I don’t know … maybe there’s an argument that accepting the award and publicly expressing the love they have for their father is therapeutic. I just hope they have people who are more concerned with their emotional well-being than turning them into public figures in Michael’s memory. What are your thoughts? [via YouTube] Keep reading »

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