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Sofia Vergara: You're 'Nothing' Without A 'Big Ass'
Sofia Vergara is at again! The always outspoken "Modern Family" siren opened up to Allure magazine about what she thinks is sexy and her biggest body pet peeves.
"I don't like when the ass gets smaller," the actress, who just turned 40, told the mag in a new interview. "In Latin America if you don't' have a big ass you're nothing."
Sofia - who also revealed she wears a size 32F bra - doesn't pull any punches when it comes to her distaste for exercising.
"While I'm working out, I'm in a bad mood," she said. "I didn't grow up in a culture of working out. You were voluptuous, that's it. That's all you needed."
And to critics who say she's perpetuating a stereotypical character, Sofia said she's proud of the Latina image.
"We're loud. We're passionate. We're colorful. We're voluptuous," she said. "I am not scared of the stereotype of the Latin woman, because I think it's fantastic."
For the full interview with Sofia, pick up a copy of Allure's September issue - on newsstands on August 21.
Trust the media to spin it so it sounds worse than it actually is. lols all around tho
The judges table for American Idol could be getting a serious '90s infusion. Alanis Morissette has hinted that she is in talks to join the show. During an interview with Mix 94.1 FM, she was asked if she had ever been approached by Idol and said she's currently in discussions with someone.
"I'm in talks with somebody right now," she said. "I can't name any names, but I'm pretty excited at the thought of doing it more formally. Yep....I still have to investigate further, that's all I can say."
Morissette appeared on the second season of The Voice as a guest mentor for Adam Levine's team. If she does sign on, she would join Mariah Carey as a freshman judge.
Alanis and Mariah over the same thing? Not gonna happen.
Our favorite network has given the green light to this high-concept spy drama, in which Russell and Matthew Rhys will play KGB agents in the 1980s who set up camp in the United States.
But their mission grows all the more challenging as they grow immersed in U.S. culture, and then becomes even more difficult when an FBI counter intelligence officer, played by Noah Emmerich, moves in next door.
“We’re proud to welcome The Americans, a taut series that crackles with incredible performances rooted in character perspectives never explored on a U.S. television series, to FX’s line up of quality dramas,” said FX president John Landgraf in a statement.
The series will likely premiere some time in 2013.
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The time has come to vote for your fav athletes in the Sexy Olympics.
I would like to thank my new buddy iluvkidnappers for all of her assistance ^___^
So I had a ton of trouble formatting this shit , I hope it goes through smoothly
if not you can go back to the original post
Even though the males and females are grouped together I am still going to give them seperate categories. The top 3 in each category will be the winners of the gold, silver, and bronze medals. For all the people who are alone in a category they win by default and receive all of the awards. Also I am thinking about making mentioned about those categories some of you crazy ass folks came up with ( most swag, best outfits, etc etc ) The winners will be announced on August 11th a day before the games come to a close. Good luck to your favs and remember this is all in good fun, don't take it too seriously.
..... oh yeah one more thing
Source ONTD + Sexy Athletes
* Mods I am praying to the high heavens that I did this right*
edit: Sorry I had pictures above the categories and I don't know why they are not there
PLEASE GO TO THE NOMINATION POST AND GET YOUR FAP MATERIAL aka images of the athletes
"The Loft" has debuted its first red band trailer. Studded with multiple explicit love scenes, the steamy trailer also offers an intense plot as Karl Urban, James Marsden and their gang get caught in a serious problem when a naked dead body of a blond woman is found in their secret pad.
In the thriller, Urban, Marsden and three other guys play five married men who share a loft where they secretly bring their mistresses. Their friendship is shattered when the body of an unknown woman is found lifeless in the loft with some kind of clue in Latin words written with blood on the bed. Since then, the five gentlemen begin to suspect one another of murder.
Joining Urban and Marsden in the cast ensemble are Wentworth Miller, Isabel Lucas, Patrick Wilson, Eric Stonestreet, Rachael Taylor and Matthias Schoenaerts. Erik Van Looy serves behind the lens with Wesley Strick providing the script. Van Looy has previously made a Belgian version of the movie.
"The Loft" still hasn't got a U.S. release date.
Over the last 16 years, 42-year-old Shannon Eastin has moved her way up the ranks to the significant title of crew chief in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, which is an impressive and groundbreaking feat for any woman. Given the inevitable amount of opposition Eastin has had to overcome along the way, one assumes that she's mentally ready for her next challenge -- to represent the NFL as one of its replacement officials, and the first female official in the league. From a technical standpoint, the move up from the MEAC will be daunting, but Eastin understands the importance of the step she's taking. In a Tuesday conference call with the national media, she sounded as ready as she could possibly be.
''I believe I am ready,'' she said. ''I'm a realistic person and I know what is realistic for me. I am not going to play football. I feel it is realistic for me to officiate. I make myself ready for any opportunity that comes my way. I will come in with my eyes wide open.''
The NFL and the NFL Referees Association are currently locked in a battle over a new collective bargaining agreement, and the league's officials are locked out as a result. There will be replacement officials in the meantime for the first time since 2001, when a labor battle stretched into the first week of the NFL season. Eastin will be a line judge for Thursday's preseason game between the Green Bay Packers and San Diego Chargers. The game, which will be nationally televised, will be an interesting forum for all of the replacement officials, and will certainly prompt discussion regarding the value and expertise of the officials who are currently stumping for more pay and a better deal going forward.
Of course, adding to the pressure on Eastin is that she's what some would call a "scab," and those who have worked in place of striking and locked-out officials in football and other sports generally have an impossible re-entry into their sports at that level when labor agreements are made.
Adding to the complexity of the story is the fact that Eastin may not be the most qualified female official to take this step -- Sarah Thomas was the first woman to work a Division I game ( which she did in 2007) and the first to officiate in a bowl game -- she was a line judge at the 2009 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl between Marshall and Ohio. But Thomas, like many other officials higher in the pipeline for legitimate NFL jobs, was asked to stand in support of the NFLRA.
''Hopefully there is some understanding on their part I have got to do what's in the best interest of myself,'' Eastin said, ''just as they have to do what is in their best interest.''
Easier said than done, but her primary focus now will be to adjust to the game speed of the NFL. It's one thing to officiate games between Coastal Carolina and Savannah State, and quite another to keep up with the best in the sport at the highest level. It's a jump most officials aren't allowed to make, but Eastin wasn't about to turn down the opportunity. She has been on the field for preseason practices in Arizona and Seattle, but she understands that what she's seen so far is not real game speed.
''There's been a lot of talk that the NFL is wanting to bring in a female and, quite frankly, this could be the opportunity,'' she said. ''I felt it is something I needed to do, make that step and see what comes from there. I believe it is important when you step on the field to have a presence and a professionalism to know what you are doing.''
One current NFL player who does not oppose the notion is Green Bay Packers defensive back Charles Woodson. The future Hall of Famer told the Associated Press that it's about time for this barrier to be broken.
''I'm sure women have probably tried at some point along the way leading up to this point, so I would assume it's somebody qualified out there that we won't have to jump over for making bad calls," Woodson said. "We look forward to it. That's just the way things are and the way I think it should be. So hats off to her and whoever decided to make it happen.
''It may take some people by surprise, but I think once the game starts flowing, the only way you're going to notice her is if she makes a bad call. She's got to get it like everybody else. I don't think we'll really worry about it too much once the game begins.''
Of course, as a 15-year NFL veteran, Woodson has been around long enough to see a tapestry of horrid officiating that spans from Phil Luckett to Jeff Triplette. He may be thinking that there's no way Eastin -- or any other qualified woman -- could do any worse, and would probably be far better than the NFL's most mistake-prone refs. Eastin intends to do everything possible to further that notion; she's used to the high expectations that come when you're a trendsetter in any industry.
''I think knowing I am a female in a man's world, I always put more pressure on myself," she said. "I know what I signed up for, and that what I do is magnified.''
what the hell is going on
the spring installment of episodes is going to be called degrassi: no one graduates
Nadya Suleman, the Octomom, says that her recent adventures in the adult entertainment industry were done to help her pay her mounting bills. She also claims that she went into the industry with the encouragement of the CPS.
In an interview with FoxNews.com Suleman said,
“They’re on my side–they’re supporters. It’s ironic. Once I talked with a CPS worker in regards to the adult stuff, she was like, ‘Are you really doing that?’ Well, it’s not illegal. More power to you!’ So it was almost like a green light–like, ‘Do what you need to do to take care of your family.’ They were supportive. It was funny.”
Over the last year Octomom has starred in a porno, posed topless and appeared at strip clubs.
A representative for the Orange County Social Services Agency admitted that they give parents a lot of leeway when it comes to their methods of employment.
Terry Lynn Fisher, Public Information Officer for OCSSA told Fox News,
“The law allows a wide latitude in parenting styles and in parenting vocations. I don’t think that anybody would ever want it any other way. So as long as children remain free from harm or danger, where there’s no imminent risk of harm or danger to the child, then the Social Services Agency would not become involved.”
The Octomom has not had a good year financially. The bank foreclosed on her La Habra house and she has basically said in interviews that she is totally broke.
mods it just leaked // thoughts on the song? personally loving it. wish she'd play around with this sound again
Ryan Lochte may have two gold medals, but if it were up to his grandmother he won’t have his own reality show.
According to the 28-year-old’s agent, producers are vying for the Olympic golden boy to be on a reality show, but grandma knows best. He may say “jeah”, but she says no.
“I hope not,” 89-year-old Doris Lochte told Celebuzz exclusively.
What does she say about her athletic grandson?
“I don’t like reality shows. I guess I’m old-fashioned.”
The diamond grill-wearing swimmer ‘s agent Erika Wright reportedly said “two different reality show concepts have been offered and one additional is being discussed.”
“I heard about that,” admitted Doris. “I’m against it, but that’s his business — whatever he wants to do. But I don’t think he’d want to do that.
I hope my boyfriend does the reality show, so I can see him every week. <3
Kelly Ripa has just come out and said it: "I get Botox injected right here, right into my forehead as much as possible!"
Her candor during a recent In Touch interview was refreshing, but the fact that she's filled with fillers wasn't surprising.
Kelly is a 41-year-old working mother of three who looks like she just returned from beach volleyball camp. "Good genes" is not really what's behind this ability to reverse nature. With a reported $20 million contract with ABC, keeping her promise to remain "perky and blond" means signs of aging are treated like infectious diseases.
And for women on TV, especially on the morning circuit, wrinkles and grays left untreated could kill their careers.
"I've decided not to buy into the idea that I want to stop aging," Ann Curry prophetically told Ladies Home Journal, in an interview she gave moments before she was replaced on The Today Show by a woman 15 years younger. "My wrinkles connect me to my family, to my ancestors and to my future. This is how my father looked when he was my age."
Lack of chemistry with Matt Lauer (more evident during their icy reunion at the Olympics on Thursday) and her cerebral delivery better suited for evening news, was the ostensible reason for her departure. But then there's this: "I've got gray hair because I won't dye it."
Fellow former couch colleague Meredith Vieira had gone gray too, but she got the requisite youthful color makeover when she started as host of Who Wants to Be A Millionaire.
When she landed that job, Vieira claims she was told: "We don't want you coming in with gray hair, we want you to look polished and color your hair." So she did. By the time she was hosting The Today Show she was neck deep in hair dye. "I want to think that if I weren't doing these two jobs I'd let it grow out, because it's a pain in the neck," she confessed in an interview with Ladies Home Journal before she handed her couch seat to Curry. Vieira also felt subtle pressure on the job to get cosmetic surgery, which she ultimately avoided.
Meanwhile, Today Show's fourth hour co-hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb do it all, and on camera. Earlier this year they got Botox, eyebrow lifts, and a slew of other medical treatments all on an episode of the show. For them, unlike Katie Couric who long evaded the question of her personal anti-aging regimen, transparency is in. It's okay for women on TV admit to hair color and Botox as long as they're getting it done.
The opposite is true for men. Anderson Cooper's premature graying gave him gravitas as a young reporter. And Matt Lauer's receding salt and pepper buzz-cut partnered with his crows feet helps to enhance his anchor credibility. But as his age continues to show, Lauer's couch-mates get markedly younger, blonder and 'perkier' (a favored descriptor of women on morning shows).
For now Curry's replacement, 40-year-old Savannah Guthrie, is keeping her beauty secrets to herself. But there's no hiding TV's dirty little secret.
When male anchors show their age, they get a younger female co-host. When female anchors show their age, they get replaced.
Fans of the Beastie Boys will never need to worry about hearing "No Sleep Till Brooklyn" in a DayQuil commercial or "Brass Monkey" in a spot for Brass Monkey. The last will and testament belonging to founding member Adam "MCA" Yauch — who died in May after a battle with cancer — was filed Tuesday in Manhattan Surrogate Court and reportedly contains a clause that bars advertisers from using his music, likeness, or any art he's created in connection with hawking products. We hope this means no commercials where he'll be dancing with a vacuum (like the decade-passed Fred Astaire in 1997) or praising diet cola (like the 20-years-dead Louis Armstrong somehow did in '91), and certainly no shoe ads like the ones that featured Kurt Cobain, Joey Ramone, and Joe Strummer a few years ago. It's unclear, though, whether his bandmates could supersede the clause.
"Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, in no event may my image or name or any music or any artistic property created by me be used for advertising purposes," reads a copy of the will, according to Rolling Stone. The phrase "or any music or any artistic property created by me" was reportedly added in handwriting.
The will also reportedly stipulates that the artist is leaving $6.4 million, earned from his work with the Beastie Boys and his indie film distro Oscilloscope, go into a trust for his wife, Dechen, and 13-year-old daughter, Tenzin. It also names Dechen the executor of his estate.
The news about advertising is particularly timely, though, considering the Beastie Boys are currently going head-to-head with an energy drink company who put together a 24-song mega mix for a viral campaign.
It's unclear whether Yauch's will would prevent his bandmates from ever selling the music they wrote together to advertisers. Yauch's lawyer and a spokesman for the Beastie Boys did not respond to requests for comment.
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Cause I'm a specializer, rhyme reviser / Ain't selling out to advertisers
What you get is what you see / And you won't see me in the advertising
Always a glitzy gathering, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association held their 2012 Installation Luncheon today (August 9), drawing A-list stars including Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper and Christina Hendricks to the Beverly Hills Hotel.
While the curvy red-headed "Mad Men" star covered herself up in a sheer-sleeved black blouse and pencil skirt, the "Hunger Games" hottie showed off her goods in a plunging snakeskin tank top and black skirt.
During the event, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced new directors and officers, as well as having revealed scholarship programs and naming the non-profit entertainment organizations selected to receive the grants.
J.K. Rowling, Suzanne Collins, Harper Lee, and more: The genre is full of women storytellers.
Summer is a time for taking stock, for relaxing and recharging, and for intense Internet debate about whether Harry Potter, Katniss Everdeen, or Holden Caulfield reign supreme in the universe of teen fiction. NPR Books just released the results of its reader poll of the 100 Best-Ever Teen novels, with new classics Harry Potter and The Hunger Games topping the list. After painstakingly considering my own nominees, I was struck by the dominance of female authors on my short list, including: Harper Lee, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Suzanne Collins, J.K. Rowling, S.E. Hinton, Betty Smith, and Madeleine L'Engle.
I'm not alone in my regard for the great female storytellers of teen fiction. Nearly all of these authors appear on the NPR list. More than 75,000 votes were cast to cull the list of 235 finalists to the top 100. Also notable: Of those 235 titles, 147 (or 63 percent) were written by women—a parity that would seem like a minor miracle in some other genres. Female authors took the top three slots, and an approximately equal share of the top 100. As a comparison, you'd have to scroll all the way to number 20 on last summer's Top 100 Science-Fiction and Fantasy list to find a woman's name (Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley).
Although NPR Books called on an expert panel to weigh in on tricky questions of young-adult eligibility, the demographic breakdown of the finalist list was almost entirely driven by reader votes, according to Joe Matazzoni, NPR's senior supervising producer for Arts & Life.
"I think it speaks to readers' interests and it speaks to the nature of this field that it happened to come out that way," said Matazzoni, who also noted that the choices seemed to represent both the target teen demographic, as well as the adult readers that have fervently embraced YA lit. "It's an impressive show of enthusiasm."
If the results of the NPR poll are a reflection of the reading populace, the YA world is a place of relative harmony compared to the battle of the sexes being waged in adult fiction. After chick-lit purveyors Jennifer Weiner and Jodi Picoult raised the call about the disparity between books by male authors and books by female authors being reviewed in the New York Times Book Review, Ruth Franklin at The New Republic did her own analysis of the literary glass ceiling. The results are dismaying: after reviewing catalogs from 13 large and small publishing houses (and eliminating genre titles unlikely to be reviewed), she found that only one came close to gender parity, while the majority had 25 percent or fewer titles written by women.
Meanwhile, to the consternation of some men in the field, the YA genre tends to favor female authors and audiences. And at least commercially, teen fiction is crushing almost everyone else. Three of the biggest book-to-movie franchises of the last decade (Harry Potter, Twilight, The Hunger Games) are YA series penned by women. According to an annual report by the Association of American Publishers, Children's/YA ranked as the fastest growing category in publishing in 2011. While teen titles may never reach the upper echelons of critical adulation bestowed on the latest Jonathan Franzen novel, the phenomenal popularity makes it increasingly difficult to marginalize the genre.
Plenty of theories have been floated to explain YA's surge, particularly among adult readers. Some attribute it to ingenious marketing or to the childlike simplicity of the plots, suggesting that the craze is a distressing symptom of a reading public congenitally adverse to nuance. Matazzoni proposes that for adult readers, nostalgia plays an important role: "Readers have fond memories of being curled up with a book, in the summertime especially. Memories are what we believe people are tapping into, and the opportunity to share the books they love."
He has a point. Even as teen fiction has become increasingly complex (lol) and dystopian, the genre comfortingly harkens to a time when reading was an act of pure joy and escapism. I've read a lot of wonderful books in my lifetime, but I don't know that I've loved any of the novels I've read as an adult with the intensity that I loved the stories of adolescence--nor found such a wealth of female protagonists in their pages. YA lit offers heroines to suit every mercurial mood and developmental stage, from spunky, disaster-prone Anne Shirley to dreamy, bookish Francie Nolan and the modern ass-kicking incarnation of Katniss Everdeen.
And perhaps, therein lies the true appeal of young adult literature: The stories and the genre itself represent a world of limitless potential. As a young reader, I didn't comprehend that the opportunity to disappear into the lives and adventures of strong-willed young women represented a kind of feminist victory. I was blissfully unconcerned with the gender of my favorite authors, or what reviewers might think of my beloved fictional worlds. So profound was my naïveté, I didn't even realize that novels written by women were supposed to have hot pink covers bedazzled with shopping bags and high heels.
This isn't to suggest that teen fiction is a literary utopia. The preponderance of white, straight characters is certainly troubling. Judy Blume books have been banned over the years for tackling incendiary topics like menstruation. It hardly seems like an accident that some female authors including S.E. Hinton and J.K. Rowling write under the gender-neutral guise of their initials. But perhaps because of its current extreme trendiness, the genre seems to have transcended some of the critical and gender snobbery plaguing adult lit--as a frequent rider of public transportation, I can say anecdotally that you're far more likely to see an adult male reading The Hunger Games than any book with a teacup on its cover.
The best young-adult books provide a portal to characters and perspectives that simply aren't as readily available on the adult reading lists, and the passionate support for beloved titles and authors of both genders indicates that the need for these stories aren't going anywhere. Any grown-ups who haven't yet figured this out should get a clue.
Book post ya'll
Jhene Aiko peacefully confronts her dark side on “3:16AM,” a serious, minimal banger produced by Fisticuffs, a longtime collaborator also responsible for “Stranger” and Miguel’s “Arch and Point.”
In this new video, directed by Topshelf Junior, Aiko is alone with her thoughts; it’s a somber reminder that growth rarely comes without some time spent facing down gnarly shit. The quiet siren has built her career slowly, stepping away from a major label contract to nurture her own writing and release a forward-thinking tape, Sailing Soul(s), before inking a deal with Def Jam last year. Watch “3:16AM” above; Aiko shares her thoughts on the track below. For more on Aiko, read her GEN F.
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I recommend 'My Mine' and 'Stranger' from her mixtape Sailing Soul(s). Wikipedia.
A former Big Brother contestant has caused mass anger with his vile comments about grieving Gary Barlow's stillborn daughter.
Kenneth Tong made a series of offensive statements on his Twitter account about the musician's late daughter Poppy, who was delivered stillborn last week.
The 28-year-old self styled playboy was condemned by fellow users for using Take That song lyrics to attack Barlow and his wife at this difficult time.
Tong, who appeared on series 10 of Big Brother in 2009, targeted both Gary and his wife Dawn with his sick messages throughout the week.
Amongst making what he deemed to be jokes about the situation, Tong also posted a picture of a child's coffin accompanied by more sickening comments.
Due to the online outcry, Kenneth Tong began to trend globally and his followers increased to almost 180,000.
Many fellow Twitter users were quick to defend Gary and began a campaign to get Tong's profile shut down on the social network site.
The one account Tong was following on Twitter was that of British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, but she blocked him earlier today after seeing his messages.
The millionaire from Hong Kong has caused controversy before back in 2011 when he faced death threats as a result of launching a pro-anorexia campaign.
At the time, he advertised a slimming pill on Twitter using disruptive statements to persuade girls to endorse a 'controlled anorexia' scheme to become a size zero.
Celebrities including Rihanna, Katy Perry and Simon Cowell all blasted him for his foul comments, which he later claimed were a joke.
He later told The Sun: 'Even my own friends have turned against me - but it was an exercise that I wanted to keep up for a week.
'I love to be challenged. It was so illogical a concept. It did not make sense but so many people bought into it. I proved how easy it is to become a global phenomena in the age of instant media.'
He also befriended and stuck up for user Rileyy_69, who was arrested after abusing Olympic diver Tom Daley about his dead father via Twitter.
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Zac Efron continues to age like a fine fucking wine and looks good enough to eat in a photoshoot from Brazil...
He is fucking Sex On A STICK!!!!
Naked and in my bed plz. Bring a nice bottle of Ravenswood Zinfindel or a good champagne.
YOU GUYS. CREYS.