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TV show recaps, movie trailers, music videos, and cute animals – OH MY! Catch up each week on our latest video series like What We Missed and the latest baby panda video.

Meryl And Sandra Get It On


At the Critics Choice Awards this weekend, Meryl Streep and Sandra Bullock celebrated their tying win for Best Actress (for “Julie & Julia” and “The Blind Side,” respectively) by sharing both the award AND a hot girl-on-girl smooch. Clip above! Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “The Book of Eli,” “The Last Station,” “Spy Next Door,” “Wonderful World,” “Fish Tank”

It’s a long weekend for some of us, which means you’ve got a whole ‘nother evening to spend. Hooray! And because I know you’re indecisive, like me, I’m just going to tell you what you’re gonna do. You’re going to take your best friend/lover/dog to Red Lobster for cheddar biscuits and Lobsteritas. She/he/it will have the Cajun Shrimp Linguine, and you’ll be having the Surf & Turf. Afterward, you’ll go to the movie theater because there is already a slew of amazing movies out, and now there are five more options — “The Book of Eli,” “The Last Station,” “The Spy Next Door,” “Wonderful Life,” and “Fish Tank.” You will end the night with a goodnight kiss, regardless of who your date was. Fin. Keep reading »

In A Few Years, This Workout Video Will Be Blackmail Material


If, in the future, I ever have a daughter, I will very much hope that her dream in life is not to be a pop tart (doctor? marine biologist?) and that no one will ever consider buying her this video called “How To Be A Pop Star” from Bella Dancerella. Even though it comes with a very special pink, glittery faux microphone headset. Also, I think it’s cruel that they cast a 14-year-old for this thing. She’s no doubt been mocked mercilessly for her performance ever since. Keep reading »

Latisse Side Effects Even Scarier Than We Thought


We’ve talked about the alleged horrors of the eyelash growing formula Latisse gone wrong before, but this video from Consumer Reports tells us a few more scary things about the beauty product. You shouldn’t be easily fooled by the FDA-approved label. The reason Latisse has FDA approval is that it was previously a medication used to treat glaucoma. And while we knew that some Latisse users had complained about weird pigmentation going on, Consumer Reports confirms that the treatment can turn blue or green eyes permanently to brown, and that users have complained about dyed eyelids—on both the top and bottom—which results in a “raccoon look.” Watch and hear it for yourself. [Stylelist.com] Keep reading »

Onion Spoof: Law Makes Woman Name Baby, Paint Nursery Before Getting An Abortion


This Onion News Network spoof is amazing: a bunch of talking heads discuss a fake Arkansas law requiring a woman to pick a baby name and paint her nursery either pink or blue before having an abortion. Maybe she should have to sit in the nursery for an hour each day and look at baby booties, too!

Don’t watch unless your sense of humor this morning is pretty dry … [The Onion] Keep reading »

Does Madonna Have A Secret Son?


Oh, snap! Could Madonna have a 36-year-old son she gave up for adoption as a newborn when she was teenager? A new film called “Material.Boy” tells the story of a young Madonna who got knocked up at 15 and gave birth to a baby boy at a hospital in Michigan in 1973. Who knows if there’s any truth to the tale, but the flick sure does look slick. [via Jezebel and WoW] Keep reading »

Good To The Last Drop


Sadly, we can identify with this poor kitty who just wants the last little taste of ice cream at the bottom of the carton. Just … one more … almost there … meh. [YouTube] Keep reading »

Haiti Earthquake Survivor Shows Amazing Spirit

Now, three days after the devastating earthquake that rocked the capital of Haiti on Tuesday, amazing stories of survival are beginning to pour out of the region amid tales of despair and heartbreak. This morning the “Today” show spoke to one impressive young American woman who was in Haiti as part of an adult literacy program when the earthquake hit. Trapped beneath rubble for several hours, Christa Breslford was preparing herself for death when she was pulled to safety by her brother and several strangers. Sadly, she lost a leg through the ordeal, but her attitude and amazing spirit are reminders of how important it is to keep things in perspective. “I’ll still get to live my life,” she told Matt Lauer, “there are a lot of people in Haiti who won’t.” With all the devastating images we’re seeing from Haiti, and the sad stories we’ll be hearing in coming days and weeks, it’s uplifting to hear one as inspirational as this. And remember, if you would like to make a donation to the Haiti relief effort, you can do so through Doctors Without Borders, the American Red Cross, or Yele.org, to name just a few. [via MSNBC] Keep reading »

Quickies: “Jersey Shore” Gets A Song & Rachel Zoe Has A New Taylor

  • Songstress Sara Bareilles wrote a song about the “Jersey Shore.” And she’s “gonna pretend her hair don’t bend” and that “whoever looks good, bitch, I look better.” [Oh No They Didn't]
  • Because there’s an app for everything, you can spend $0.99 to find out whose been defriending you on Facebook. [ABC]
  • Rumors abound that Kathy Hilton’s sisters will star in the next edition of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Prepare yourselves. [The Daily Truffle]
  • Rue McClanahan is in a nursing facility after suffering a stroke. Dear God, not Blanche! [Dlisted]

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Random Cuteness: Dillie The Domesticated Deer


We’ve heard of some strange pets, but never have we come across a deer that lives in the home of its owners, walks up stairs, turns on lights, and eats ice cream. Keep reading »

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