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Drugs, Alcohol, Celebrities And Television Can Be A Deadly Combination



Jet lag? I think not. In this 2007 interview to promote “ER” in Australia, John Stamos was clearly wasted out of his mind. In fact, the first word out of his mouth was “vodka.” He followed it up by reading the host’s lines off the teleprompter and making crude gestures. Two years later, John is finally admitting that he was in fact on sleeping pills and also just plain ol’ “plastered” in this clip. Duh. Well, at least he’s not a real doctor. [Celebitchy]

After the jump, some more of our favorite under-the-influence television appearances. Whether the stars admit it or not. Keep reading »

These 5 Women Were Given HIV By The Same Man


Today’s episode of “Oprah” was both upsetting and inspiring. The five women in the clip above all contracted HIV from the same man — their boyfriend, Philippe Padieu, who was secretly wooing (and sleeping with) all of them (and then some!) at the same time. He knew he had HIV, yet didn’t tell any of them. Little did he know what they would do when they found out. The women banded together to warn others being seduced by Padieu’s charms and then went to the police. He was eventually sentenced to 45 years in prison. Kick. Ass. [Oprah] Keep reading »

Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases, From The “New Moon” Soundtrack To Joss Stone

It’s new release Tuesday, so it’s time to take the latest tunes for a spin. This week, the “New Moon” soundtrack gets vampy, Flight Of The Conchords steals your heart, Joss Stone shows off her pipes, The Roots may (or may not?) have a new one, and Sufjan Stevens takes you home with him. So, let’s get into the groove, after the jump.

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Yeah, This Is Pretty Much How Men And Women Fight


Two cats act out a pivotal scene from an upcoming episode of “Days of Our Lives.” OK, maybe not, but is this not the most hilarious and realistic portrayal of a fight between two lovers? [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

Vanilla Ice Hawks Beer In South Africa


I’m not exactly proud of it, but there was a time in my life when the mere mention of the name Vanilla Ice would make my pulse quicken. That time was 1990, when I wore out my cassette of To The Extreme. A few years later, Vanilla was a musical footnote who made the perfect subject for a tearjerker episode of “Behind The Music.” I respected him a few years back when he broke out with his hardcore band and gave us an angstier version of “Ice Ice Baby.” But now, Vanilla has cropped up in this beer commercial in South Africa. This makes me very sad—I mean, he’s even reverted back to his M.C. Hammer-wannabe style, complete with sequins. Well, at least he’s not doing vanilla ice cream ads? Breyers, you’ll have to pay me for that idea. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Shauna Sand Is Going To Sell Her Stuff On eBay


I don’t know what’s gotten into me lately, but I seem to have developed some kind of strange, vague obsession with Shauna Sand. There is something about a woman who walks around 24/7 in Lucite stripper shoes, who has turned herself into a kind of living Barbie, who may very well have produced her own sex tape (or not!), that captivates me. It’s like watching a zombie that looks like a living doll navigate the world in stilettos. Anyway. Now, Shauna’s gonna sell her stuff on eBay, and the video promo for it boggles. Boggles! I can’t believe I have to wait until Oct. 23 to bid on those rhinestone-and-Lucite heels. [Heyman Hustle] Keep reading »

Would You Date A Guy With A Robot Tail?


I’ll tell you what the internet is good for: free porn, killing time, and weird videos. In the last case, take, for example, the video you see here. It’s called “Mood Tail,” and it features a guy standing on what looks like a train platform, where he is demonstrating the many moods of his robot tail. Apparently, his remote-controlled, furry friend reflects whatever mood in which he happens to be. Or, as the accompanying text explains, “Human lose one thing that does not seem to be important in the process of evolution. What is that? Its tail.” Phallic and weird. Now that’s impressive. [Neatorama] Keep reading »

Extreme Gymnast FAIL. Yowch!


Watching this video will not hurt you nearly as much as it hurt Colombian gymnast Jessica Jill Ortiz. She was leading the World Gymnastics Championships yesterday, when she fell plop on her head during a tumbling pass. She’s recovering, but man, that must’ve hurt. It would have been super bad-ass if, after the head plant, she landed on her feet—because it almost looks intentional. But I understand that’s asking a lot. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s Nip Pic Isn’t What You Think


Clearly, “The View” host Elisabeth Hasselbeck never saw the episode of “Seinfeld” where Elaine sent a Christmas card with an accidental nip slip to everyone she knew, prompting the famous line, “Your whole life, you go through painstaking efforts to hide your nipple and BOOM, suddenly hundreds of people get their own personal shot of it.” If so, she would have known to check the pic she took of baby Isaiah with her iPhone right after he was born. Of course, the kid was smiling from ear to ear in the shot—because mommy’s nipple was in full view. She sent the pic out as a birth announcement to a whole slew of her closest friends and family. Oops! Watch the clip of Elisabeth sharing her embarrassing tale. [PopEater] Keep reading »

Finally! Rihanna Releases The First Single From Her Upcoming Album


Rihanna has made us wait about two years since her last album (we aren’t counting the re-release of Good Girl Gone Bad), and the first single from the upcoming Rated R has just been released. “Russian Roulette” isn’t a catchy dance number like so many of the songs RiRi is known for. The slow ballad was written and produced by Ne-Yo, who also worked on “Unfaithful,” “Take A Bow,” and “Hate That I Love You,” which are all in the same vein as this new single.

I’m not gonna lie. I was hoping for a song that would motivate me to go to the gym. I guess I’ll have to wait until Nov. 23, when Rated R will hit stores, to see whether The-Dream, Justin Timberlake, Tricky Stewart, and the other writers and producers who worked on the album with Rihanna cooked up anything that gets stuck in people’s heads the way “Umbrella” and “Shut Up and Drive” do. [RihannaNow via Ryan Seacrest] Keep reading »

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