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    Cinemax has already begun to offer original programming, with Strike Back airing on the premium cable channel, and series like Transporter: The Series and Banshee lined up. While I've heard good things about Strike Back, Alan Ball's Banshee may end up being the series that really lures in new subscribers. The words "From the creator of True Blood and Six Feet Under" should be enough to grab anyone's attention. Though, I'll admit, I swore there was no way I was adding yet another premium cable channel to my already substantial cable bill, watching the new teaser for Banshee does have me wondering if maybe there's some way I might be able to squeeze Cinemax into the budget.

    EW posted the news today that Banshee will premiere on Cinemax on January 11, 2013 at 10:00 p.m. The series comes from Alan Ball, Greg Yaitanes (House) and Peter Macdiissi and stars Antony Starr as Lucas Hood, a convict who, according to the latest teaser, just did fifteen years for being the most notorious thief in the country. He has the whole world open to him and he's going to the one place he should not go. And that place has horses and buggies (presumably an Amish population).

    Click on image above to see the new teaser.

    Old teaser:

    Entertainment Weekly

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    Should gays be allowed to protest against those who call for the 'killing of gays'?

    Rowan Atkinson is demanding a change in the law to halt the ‘creeping culture of censoriousness’ which has seen the arrest of a Christian preacher, a critic of Scientology and even a student making a joke.

    The Blackadder and Mr Bean star criticised the ‘new intolerance’ behind controversial legislation which outlaws ‘insulting words and behaviour’.

    Launching a fight for part of the Public Order Act to be repealed, he said it was having a ‘chilling effect on free expression and free protest’.

    He went on: ‘The clear problem of the outlawing of insult is that too many things can be interpreted as such. Criticism, ridicule, sarcasm, merely stating an alternative point of view to the orthodoxy, can be interpreted as insult.’

    Campaigners say the Public Order Act is being abused by over-zealous police and prosecutors. Section 5 of the 1986 Act outlaws threatening, abusive and insulting words or behaviour, but what constitutes ‘insulting’ is unclear and has resulted in a string of controversial arrests.

    A 16-year-old boy was arrested under the legislation for peacefully holding a placard reading ‘Scientology is a dangerous cult’, on the grounds that it might insult followers of the movement.

    Gay rights campaigners from the group Outrage! were arrested under the Act when they protested against the Islamist fundamentalist group, Hizb ut-Tahrir, which was calling for the killing of gays, Jews and unchaste women.

    At the Westminster campaign launch, Mr Atkinson said he hoped repeal of Section 5 would be the first step in a project to ‘rewind the culture of censoriousness’ and deal with the ‘outrage industry – self-appointed arbiters of the public good encouraging outrage to which the police feel under terrible pressure to react’.

    He added: ‘The law should not be aiding and abetting the new intolerance.’

    Mr Atkinson was joined by Lord Dear, former chief constable of West Midlands Police, who plans to lay down a Parliamentary amendment to delete the word ‘insulting’ from the Act.

    Lord Dear said: ‘Section 5 wrongly brings the criminal law – and the police who must enforce it – into the realm of debate and dissent.’

    Former shadow home secretary David Davis, a leading campaigner for civil liberties, said: ‘The simple truth is that in a free society, there is no right not to be offended.

    'For centuries, freedom of speech has been a vital part of British life, and repealing this law will reinstate that right.’

    The campaign is backed by unlikely bedfellows The Christian Alliance and The National Secular Society, as well as Big Brother Watch, The Freedom Association and The Peter Tatchell Foundation.

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    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Chucky star Brad Dourif will guest-star in an episode of Criminal Minds to be directed by star Matthew Gray Gubler, has learned exclusively.

    The Oscar nominee will have a pivotal role in the 10th episode of the season, which finds the BAU tackling a case in a strange small town in Arizona. Does "pivotal" mean unsub?

    This will be the fourth time Gubler has stepped behind the camera, after having helmed one episode in each of the past three seasons. Gubler told earlier this summer that he was looking forward to directing again. "I would happily direct every episode if I could," he said.


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    Set photos have just cropped up from Darren Aronofsky's Noah, giving us the first glimpses of most of the key cast. As well as star Russell Crowe, Emma Watson (playing Noah's adopted daughter Ila) and Jennifer Connelly (playing Noah's wife Naamah) were pictured heading onto set on Wednesday (October 17) in Brookville, NY. Also photographed was rising star Douglas Booth, who will be playing Noah's oldest son Shem.

    Noah is set for release in March 2014 - they even build a real ark for the shoot in NY! More photos (including one of the ark) after the jump. I don't normally enjoy 'bible movies' but I have faith in Aronofsky, and if anything this looks like it's going to be the story of Noah transplanted to a weird, post-apocalyptic future. 










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  • 10/18/12--10:24: ONTD Roundup
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    The bastards!

    Hooligan's Island, the previously confirmed sequel to early 1990s hit Bottom, has been cancelled.

    The project, a follow-up to the cult hit BBC Two sitcom that originally broadcast from 1991 to 1995, was officially announced by the BBC in August, to be based on the hit touring show, Bottom Live 3: Hooligan's Island.

    A co-production between the BBC's in-house comedy department and Phil McIntyre Entertainment, the six-part series was expected to broadcast in 2013, written by and starring Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall.

    However, it has now been publicly confirmed that the series has been cancelled. Edmondson told BBC Radio Essex at the weekend: "We started working on something and we realised why we stopped working together. It wasn't working."

    Edmondson, who walked out of the project, seemed slightly cagey as to why: "Because I enjoy other things more.

    "I'm aware that people think comedy's easy to do and write and everything, and it relatively is to be honest. But once you get to a certain age you want to do things you really enjoy, not just things you can do."

    Couples therapy's in order, boys

    In massively better news -

    "5 Go To Rehab" airs 7 November, 2012!

    "Oh, you look so old"

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    "One More Night" spends a fifth week in the top spot, while Ke$ha crashes the Top 10.

    Maroon 5 once again puts the reins on PSY's attempt to finish first on the Billboard Hot 100.

    While the Korean rapper has promised to perform 'Gangnam Style' "topless in a place where everyone can watch" should the song top the tally, Maroon 5 again prevents such bare-chested cheer, as "One More Night" spends a fifth week at No. 1. PSY's song, aided by its viral video in which he shows off his horse-like moves, holds at No. 2 for a fourth frame.

    The battle for No. 1 wasn't as close as last week, when "Night" bested "Style" by fewer than 700 overall chart points. This week, approximately 2,000 points separate the songs, as "Night" gains by 1% in overall points and "Style" declines by 3%.

    "Style" gains slightly more in audience this week than "Night" (6.7 million vs. 6.4 million, according to Nielsen BDS), but the latter song remains atop the Hot 100 largely thanks to its wide lead in radio airplay. "Night" logs a second week at No. 1 on the Radio Songs chart (in its 12th week on the ranking) with a 5% increase to 131 million all-format audience impressions.

    The younger "Style" (five weeks on Radio Songs) surges by 12% to 63 million, roaring 16-12 on Radio Songs. On the mainstream top 40-based Pop Songs radio airplay chart, "Style" jumps 13-10 in its fifth week, marking the fastest ascent to the top 10 for a male artist's debut hit since Jay Sean's "Down" (featuring Lil Wayne) also flew to the top tier in five frames in 2009.

    The more than two-to-one radio advantage of "Night" is enough to keep it at No. 1 on the Hot 100 despite "Style" leading in streaming and sales. On On-Demand Songs, "Style" tallies a second week on top, although with a 4% downturn to 981,000 on-demand streams, according to BDS. "Night" narrows the streaming lead of "Style," rebounding 4-3 on On-Demand Songs with a smaller decrease (down 2%) to 799,000.

    On the Digital Songs chart, "Night" likewise slices into the lead of "Style." "Style" rebounds 4-2 with a 10% decline to 231,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan, and "Night" reverses course (5-4) with a 4% decline to 160,000. With its latest sales frame, "Night" passes 2 million downloads sold to date. At five weeks on top, it's also Maroon 5's longest Hot 100 reign, besting the four-week command of "Moves Like Jagger" (featuring Christina Aguilera) last year.

    Below the race to the Hot 100's winner's circle, Taylor Swift makes a top 10 entrance for a third straight week with a preview track from her fourth album, "Red," due Oct. 22, as "I Knew You Were Trouble" blasts in at No. 3. The song ties "Mine" (Aug. 21, 2010) for her second-highest launch, trailing only "Today Was a Fairytale," which began at No. 2 the week of Feb. 6, 2010.

    "Trouble" begins atop Digital Songs with 416,000, Swift's second-best sales week; she sold more in a frame the week of Sept. 1 when "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" opened at No. 1 on Digital Songs (and rocketed 72-1 on the Hot 100) with 623,000, the best-ever sum for a song by a woman.

    "Never" joins "Trouble" in the Hot 100's top five, holding at No. 5 (below fun.'s "Some Nights," which maintains its No. 4 rank), granting Swift two titles in the top five simultaneously for the first time. In its 10th week on the Hot 100, "Never" debuts at last on On-Demand Songs (No. 23) following its first full week of streaming availability. (It was released to streaming services on Oct. 2.) The song registered 91% of its 457,000 on-demand streams via Spotify, with Cricket, Rdio, Rhapsody and Slacker also contributing to its total. "Never" spent three weeks atop the Hot 100 last month without the benefit of streaming points.

    (Due to its pure pop, even dubstep-leaning, sound, "Trouble" does not appear on the newly-revamped Country Songs chart, which, as of last week, now blends airplay, sales and streaming data; it's also not being promoted to country radio. "Never" spends a second week atop the tally).

    Justin Bieber's "As Long as You Love Me," featuring Big Sean, returns to its peak to date on the Hot 100 (7-6), followed by Alex Clare's "Too Close," which scores a new highpoint (10-7).

    In its third week, Ke$ha's "Die Young" vaults into the Hot 100's top 10 (14-8) with across-the-board gains. The first single from her album "Warrior," due Dec. 4, bumps 7-5 on Digital Songs (139,000, up 1%) and 25-16 on Radio Songs (55 million, up 23%) and debuts on On-Demand Songs at No. 27 (436,000, up 81%). "Young" marks Ke$ha's eighth Hot 100 top 10 dating to her arrival with the nine-week No. 1 "TiK ToK" in 2010.

    P!nk's "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" (9-9) and Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Good Time" (11-10) round out the top 10.

    Next week's top 10 could welcome two new titles just outside the region this week: Rihanna's "Diamonds," which shines 18-11, and Ne-Yo's "Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)," which charges 17-12 (above Adele's "Skyfall," which slips 8-13 in its second week).


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  • 10/18/12--10:52: Spanish trailer for "Mother"
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    The One Direction heartthrob and the 'Young' singer enjoy hanging out with each other but to avoid being recognised by fans they don disguises and fake accents.

    Speaking to this month's We Love Pop magazine about their recent trip to V Festival, Tulisa - who has now dyed her hair brown again - said: "We had such a good time. We were dressed in our hoodies and sunglasses, walking around the crowd. And because we're both blonde and the same height we pretended to be brother and sister!

    "The second people walk past and say, 'Is that...?" we'd start being really loud, shouting at each other in northern accents like, 'What have you done with me ciggies?' or 'Pass us that bloody pint, if our mother was here now she'd blooming kill us! Aahh, come on Chez!'

    "Tom and Chez are our nicknames when we get together and people look at us like, 'Oh no, that can't be them...' because we're talking in these really loud northern accents.

    "Now I've given it away! We'll have to change it. Now we'll pretend to be from Liverpool."


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    If your palate isn't tasting what I am cooking, then spit it out, bitch


    We told y’all we had a big RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race surprise, and here it is — the entire first episode is now available on the Logo TV Facebook page. Do you just gag?

    So head on over to see Pandora Boxx, Mimi Imfurst, Alexis Mateo, Yara SofiaRaven, Jujubee, Chad Michaels, Shannel, Nina Flowers, Tammie Brown, Latrice Royale and Manila Luzon prepare for battle.

    And we have to ask — what queen do you think will win?

    Then get ready, because All Stars premieres on Logo October 22 at 9/8 c.

    This season is sure to be the most sickening-iest yet!


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    Two interesting things have just popped up on the net within 24 hours:

    Firstly, the Les Miserables script has popped up (on UniversalStudios own website). Which means, if you're looking to see how Tom Hooper and Co. have adapted this amazing musical, read on! Chock full of new sequences and lyrics, this musical follows the book more closely than it's stage counterpart. Overall, if the trailer moved you to tears, brace yourself because you have no idea how much more you're gonna cry.


    Secondly, those of you who enjoyed Sierra Boggess in the 25th Anniversary of Phantom in London will be pleased or displeased to know that she is playing the role again. This was just posted on Broadway's Phantom of the Opera site and facebook:

    You heard it here first!
    SIERRA BOGGESS is confirmed to join the Broadway cast starting this coming January in honor of the 25th Anniversary! Her limited engagement will start the week of January 21, 2013 (Christine playing schedule TBD). Additional principal casting to come early next week...

    So excited about the Les Miserables script, since it's all around perfect. (And it's legit!) As for Sierra, god, she has certainly overstayed her welcome. Was expecting someone who has actually played the role on Broadway to step in.



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  • 10/18/12--20:48: Naomi Campbell Post
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    The supermodel covers the latest issue of Harper's Bazaar Russia. Chick's been getting all kinds of fashion accolades in the country since dating one of its richest billionaires.




    Naomi Campbell and Vladislav Doronin attended the presentation of the Capital Group skyscraper is Moscow, Russia last night. And the twosome looked like Ken & Barbie dolls. Such a hot couple. With a mink jacket covering her shoulders, Naomi looked stunning in her cocktail dress and diamond bracelet.  And some real good wiggery.

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    Each and every morning (or rather late afternoon) I awake from my Ambien induced slumber, slip into one of my goop camisoles and am instantly met with the realization that I simply look too attractive to leave my bungalow without causing every man I walk past to ejac right then and there. It’s so hard. Both my life and their penises. Honestly, you ugo’s have no idea how easy you have it. You can just go about you day, being ugly and poor and morbidly obese size 6’s, and live your life without every man and Maddow coming and cumming onto you. But like a beacon of white (almost pasty) light, Gwyneth Paltrow has come to my rescue.

    Knowing better than anyone what makes a person completely sexually repellent, Gwynnie the Goop has put up for sale the most hideously unattractive and overpriced shoes I have ever seen; and I’ve been to Ross (Total accident, by the way. Long story short, I told my limo driver to bring me to Sergio Rossi and he misheard me. Silly poors. I’ve since had him deported). Anyway, no matter how beautiful I may be, and I am, I really, really am, there is absolutely no way anyone could possibly find me even remotely attractive in these monstrosities. And once I tell someone that they cost $750 a pair, well, let’s just say that my vagina will be as less attended than the opening weekend of Country Strong.

    The first pair come in a gold metallic that is so fashion forward…if this was 4 seasons ago and I was 6. They scream secondhand kiddie pageant kicks Honey Boo Boo found whilst dumpster diving at JonBenet Ramsey’s crime scene. They are basically everything that’s wrong with America and I, for one, love them.


    The second pair comes in a grey suede which is apropos because if Gwyneth Paltrow were a fabric she was so be grey suede. Grey is sort of sickly looking and blends into the background and it's really no one first choice and suede was very popular in the late 90s but since then no one has really given a fuck about it.


    Alright, well, I think I have made a pretty solid case for why you need these clunkers in your closet. Make sure to purchase your Esquivel for goop Wing Tips today, not because they'll sell out, I mean, c'mon, but you want to make sure you get them before they go on sale or worse yet end up in a discount retailer! And as always, goop’s products are only available in the US because the rest of the world hates us enough already.

    Til tomorrow my darlings; stay richer than a Romney, bonier than a Beckham and crazier than a Cruise. XOXO


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    Ryan Lochte plays a sex idiot on " 30 Rock" and hopefully not anywhere else. The Olympic swimmer will guest star as himself in the Thursday, October 18 episode of "30 Rock" (8 p.m. ET on NBC).

    In the NBC comedy, Lochte will play the "sex idiot" of Jack's (Alec Baldwin) new lady love. Here's how NBC describes the episode:

    Liz (Tina Fey) works to prove to Tracy (Tracy Morgan) that women are funny while simultaneously attempting to head off a meltdown from Jenna (Jane Krakowski) after some negative publicity. Jack tries out an unconventional dating strategy.

    "I get to play myself, I get to play just Ryan Lochte, so it's not too much acting that I have to do," Lochte said in an on-set interview. "So that's pretty good."


    I didn't know if some of you guys wanted a viewing post for Ryan's episode so I made one. I don't have any stream links, if you have any just post them and I'll add them to this OP.

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    gives 4 1/2 star

    “We Are Never Ever Gettting Back Together” explodes of moving on big time. Big hit, great song. What else do we have here?  ”22′” is the do it all and see what happens song. This will have mixed results at best. More Rock than Country here. “Treacherous” is more laid back, but the edge is more front and center here than in past Taylor recordings. “The folky “Stay Stay Stay” is catchy and laid back and breaks up the other songs nicely. “State of Grace” is so not Country but a big rush of Rock for sure. In spite of that, this is really darned good.

    “State of Grace” is Pop/Rock done very nicely and this is quite a pleasing song. “Starlight” just might make you forget your Ex was a big mistake. “Sad Beautiful Tragic” is just as it sounds. In the process, a wonderful song is the outcome. Putting all your demons into a recycling bin and trying again is what we have here. The title track is an Acoustic/Pop song with not much Country here.

    “The Lucky One” has a Pop mentality. It is also simply pretty darned good, as this is in general. “The Last Time” is something completely different and really works. “I Knew You Were Touble” makes a Rock song, but the act is so humanly must have. Welcome to the world of catch 22. ” I Almost Do” Is a really nice Acoustic Rocker. Country on this release is not what is going on here. “Holy Ground” is a Rockin’ thing for sure. Great song and from a  non judgemental viewpoint, this is another winner.

    The acoustic “Everything Has Changed” has a catchy drum shuffle and a lot more.”Begin Again” is more mellow and more Country than the norm here. Nice break up of variety. “All Too Well” is another laid back song. Not a bad song here suggests a 4 and a half star major release in a strong Holiday season this year across the board.

    Just kidding!
    she's only getting good reviews from nonrelevant sites LOL


    Tay ILU but those avril lavigne realness on 22... gorl

    I don't know about you but im feeling 22
    Everything will be alright if you keep me next to you
    You don't know about me but I bet you want to
    Everything will be alright if we just keep dancing like we're 22, 22


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    Heidi Montag’s life has taken a drastic turn over the years.

    After skyrocketing to fame on “The Hills” and making headlines for undergoing 10 plastic surgery procedures in one day in 2010, the former reality star is happy to be living her life out of the spotlight.

    The 26-year-old stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Thursday, where she dished about her now infamous choice to go under the knife and come back up with a whole new look.

    Heidi explains where she was mentally and emotionally at the time of the surgery.

    “I would never do it again and I never recommend it for anyone,” Heidi told Billy and Kit.


    Heidi On Life Away From The Spotlight!

    Heidi gives Billy & Kit an update on her marriage to Spencer and looks back on her time as a reality TV and tabloid mainstay.

    How much money did she & Spencer go through and what’s their financial situation now?

    “I’ve never really counted, so I’m not sure [how much we lost], a lot… over a million or so,” she estimated. The former reality star said she now lives in a property owned by Spencer’s family, which has helped the pair save money.

    Heidi Teams Up With Crazy Horse III In Las Vegas!

    Heidi is heading to Las Vegas to host the three-year anniversary of Crazy Horse III Gentlemen’s Club in Las Vegas on Friday, October 19.

    Heidi & Spencer will both be there, but will they be giving -- or receiving – any dances?

    Heidi Now Living A ‘Humble Life’!

    Heidi’s extreme cosmetic surgeries and outrageous lifestyle estranged her from her family, but her new more humble lifestyle has allowed her to reconnect with her mother and be a more centered person.

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    After an ill-timed and very public marriage proposal, fiercely independent Sarah (Caplan) breaks up with her overeager boyfriend Kevin (Arend). Sarah turns to her sister Beth (Brie) for support, but Beth is too busy obsessing over the details of her own wedding to Kevin's band mate, Andrew (Starr). When Sarah suddenly finds herself caught up in an intense rebound romance with the adorable Jonathan (Webber), she is forced to examine her own fears of commitment and vulnerability. With honesty, heart, and humor, all five struggle with the trials, happiness, and pain of modern love. In the end Sarah must decide - is it better to stay safely single or to risk it all on love?

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    After being under the Gunn for months, tensions were high as Fabio Costa, Melissa Fleis, Christopher Palu and Dmitry Sholokov put the finishing touches on the most important collections of their lives, dreams of winning all those fun Project Runway prizes dancing in their heads.

    Fabio had to worry about making his clothes look luxurious, Melissa was under pressure to show more than black and white, Christopher didn't want to put the judges to sleep again, and Dmitry was warned about his looks crossing into matron territory.

    Christopher, especially, was getting snippy while contemplating whether he should create brand-new pieces in the two days he had between getting the go-ahead and sending his models down the runway.

    "Blood orange," the 22-year-old sniffed while overhearing Melissa describing a fabric color to Tim Gunn. "She's so pretentious. Shut up! It's f--king red. 'Blood orange.'"
    Make that haughty couture.

    But despite the catty asides, fatigue, sweat and tears, all four finalists finished on time and their visions marched smartly down the runway at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York last month (the finales are always a long time coming for these aspiring stars).

    There was no rest for the weary, either: One of Chris' models caught her shoe and tore the bottom of his otherwise-perfect strapless mermaid gown, prompting a last-minute snip-and-hide at Lincoln Center—and he was first up!

    He had grumbled about it, but Chris did took the judges' critique to heart and handily rearranged some of his combinations to better highlight his leather-heavy collection of separates. Brown and black dominated, but highlights included a satiny indigo coat and an asymmetrical dress utilizing the abstract print he created using his mother's old spinal X-ray.

    Dmitry retooled his styling, opting for heavy eye makeup and slick high ponytails, to better show off his immaculately tailored clothes. And he didn't just send out one gown, but three, plus a bright yellow cocktail dress with jeweled cap sleeves and a shorter halter dress hemmed with fringe.

    "It's rich, honey. It's everything," guest judge Jennifer Hudson complimented him during the post-runway critique.

    Was it really just this season that a Project Runway contestant walked out in the middle of the night?

    The Oscar winner also loved Fabio's breath-of-fresh-air collection, which utilized sky blue, aqua and yellow along with different grades of white to constitute an ethereal, comparatively uplifting collection of unexpected shapes and textures.

    "I, personally, loved it, loved it, loved it!" raved Heidi Klum, who later agreed with Michael Kors that Dmitry's styles may be more wearable now, while Fabio's are, at this point, more conceptual.

    The judges found lots to like in all four collections, but behind the scenes they agreed that Melissa's clothes weren't different enough from what was already out there. Christopher, meanwhile, was "all over the place" and had veered too far from his more romantic wheelhouse.

    So, the winner of Project Runway was...

    "Dmitry, you have your wings now, so go and fly," Heidi told the former ballroom dancer in giving him the good news.

    "This is the biggest day of my life," Dmitry exclaimed. "I just won Project Runway and I don't know how the f--k I made it to this point…I'm beyond happy and proud."


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    Katy Perry & Jodi DiPiazza Sing at Night of Too Many Stars

    To help give people with autism the chance they deserve to reach their potential go to or text STARS to 50555 to donate $10. Night of Too Many Stars airs Sunday, October 21 at 8/7c on Comedy Central.

    Katy Perry and Jodi DiPiazza sing "Firework" at the Beacon Theater in New York. "Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs" is hosted by Jon Stewart and raises money for autism programs, schools, and services all over the country.

    Performers include Tina Fey, Seth Rogen, Amy Poehler, Stephen Colbert, Louis CK, Bill Burr, Katy Perry, Carly Rae Jepsen, Tom Morello, Sting and many more.

    Sunday night's live celebrity phone bank includes Tom Hanks, Jerry Seinfeld, Julianne Moore, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel, and Al Pacino.

    i hope everyone here can donate a little something!

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    Pensive Mary invites you into the post.

    1. Ethel's determined to do something about her rubbish cooking... but will her plans get someone else into trouble? [Mrs. Patmore might get in trouble with Crason as per the trailer.]

    2. Daisy gets an intriguing offer (and no, it's nothing to do with that love triangle.) [Maybe she gets offered the job of being Isobel's cook?]

    3. There's discussion of religion at the dinner table (and Robert ends up "flabbergasted".) [Yeah, yeah. We already know about the christening debate.]

    4. We'll find out what Tom plans to call his baby daughter - but not everyone is happy about it. [Reportedly he's naming her after Sybil which I am not a huge fan of tbh. It makes it seem like she's a replacement.]

    5. Violet's scheming yet again - but this time, she's trying to do something good. I know! [We know she's trying to help Robert and Cora fix their marriage.]

    6. "It's so nice of you to say '**'." [LOL A TWO LETTER WORD. IT'S GOTTA BE 'NO'.]

    7. Dr Clarkson is challenged to betray his ethics for the greater good. Will he go through with it? [I have no idea what this is going to be about.]

    8. A foxtrot could lead to tears before bedtime. [THIS INTRIGUES ME. Maybe Daisy sees Alfred foxtrotting with Ivy? IDK.]

    9. Anna warns Bates not to do anything "stupid" after a hitch in their Free Bates plan. Whether he listens to her or not is another matter. [HERE'S HOPING BATES GETS HIMSELF INTO TROUBLE!]

    10. "It seems petty to miss such a good *******." [Any other detectives want to try to figure this one out?]


    I am not here for the lack of Mary in these teasers. She needs a proper storyline soon!

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