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    Julianne Hough: I Was Physically Abused as a Child



    When Julianne Hough was 10 years old, she lived in London, away from her parents in Utah, studying dance.

    That's when the abuse began, she says.

    "I was abused, mentally, physically, everything," she says in Cosmopolitan magazine's February issue, on newsstands Jan. 8.

    While attending the prestigious Italia Conti Academy of Arts, she says the adults around her took advantage of her being without parental supervision: "I was 10 years old looking like I was 28, being a very sensual dancer."

    "I was a tormented little kid who had to put on this sexy facade because that was my job and my life," she adds. "But my heart was the same, and I was this innocent little girl. I wanted so much love."

    The actress, now 24, says the abuse became worse "when I started hitting puberty, when I started becoming a woman and stopped being a little girl."

    Her classmates included future Dancing with the Stars pros Mark Ballas and Julianne's brother Derek Hough, both also children at the time. They had formed their own pop music group when Julianne was 12 performing in the U.S. and the U.K.

    Hough declines to say who abused her or provide other details.

    "I'm a very forgiving person, and I don't want to hurt anybody," she says. "What's past is past."

    But the painful emotions surfaced during filming of her latest movie, Safe Haven, opening Feb. 14, about a girl who survives an abusive ex-boyfriend and accepts the love of a widower, played by Josh Duhamel.

    During one particularly difficult scene, she says, "I went from bawling to containing to laughing to crying again. Josh was crying. I think it was the most therapeutic moment of my life."

    As for her own love life, Hough says that she and boyfriend Ryan Seacrest work to find time for each other around their busy schedules.

    "We love what we do," she says. "We take pride in giving it our all, but then when we're alone, we really focus in on going to dinners and being extra-romantic and affectionate and just being there for each other."

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    Kristen Stewart is nothing short of gracious. Upon walking into this interview a few minutes behind schedule, she proffers a hug and an offer to “stay until you get everything you need.” There are no publicists, handlers, ringleaders, or beefcake bodyguards hanging around, and she is dressed in 7 for All Mankind jeans and Converse kicks. For the world’s highest-earning actress—last year she dethroned Sarah Jessica Parker and Angelina Jolie at the top of the Forbes list, to the tune of $34.5 million—the lack of pretense is really quite remarkable…not that this is her favorite part of the job. “I really love people,” she says as she hops into a chair and folds her tiny frame like origami. “You can’t not as an actor. It’s just strange meeting someone and going, Okay, you start at square one and I will try and make up for what you already think you know about me.”

    The 10,000-pound gorilla in the room is of course that people—present company included—think they know a lot: how much she earns, whom she dates, and even more intimate details. Since her Twilight reign began, digging into Stewart’s personal life has become a bit of a blood sport. (To wit, a gossip rag recently splashed a photo of her with presumed boyfriend Robert Pattinson and announced that she’s pregnant. She’s not.) The Star Wars-esque emotional force field that she instinctually activates for self-preservation is palpable. In this instance, her armor is enhanced by pulled-back hair, glasses, and an oversize bomber jacket that serves as a kind of cocoon. There’s a slightly feral air to her presence—she’s jumpy and prone to pacing—but all the anxiety is kind of endearing. She’s young and excitable, and having weathered the highs and lows of 2012, she claims to feel stronger than ever before.

    “I have realized that you can close yourself off to life if you put walls up, but it’s a difficult thing,” she says. “You can’t see over, people can’t see in, and you also can’t see out. So I’ve gotten quite comfortable with just being unafraid. I keep saying the same thing: it’s not about being fearless but really just embracing the fears and using them.”

    It’s of little surprise then that she describes her latest project—the indie adaptation of On the Road—as “a fucking amazing experience.” Jack Kerouac’s seminal novel as seen through the lens of director Walter Salles features Stewart as the shy and somewhat guileless 16-year-old bride Marylou. Her husband, Dean Moriarty (brilliantly portrayed by Garrett Hedlund), takes her on a wild ride as they crisscross the country, living to the fullest and then some. The sparkling cast also includes Sam Riley, as Sal; Tom Sturridge, as Carlo; and Kirsten Dunst, as Camille. Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Steve Buscemi, and Terrance Howard make stellar cameos.

    “I would have done anything, I would have played any part,” says Stewart. “Marylou is remarkable because she’s got a tough core. When you’re a teenager, a year can be crippling to maneuver through. You’re just out there questioning things, and so to be completely okay with that and not think that there’s anything wrong with you, that’s something I’ve recently understood. I’m 22. Marylou started this whole thing when she was 15.”

    When it comes to the Beat Generation’s radical ideology of choosing the life you want to live versus succumbing to bourgeois expectations, Marylou is the perfect pilgrim. She expertly rolls and smokes joints, dances as if possessed by a divine spirit, carouses late into the night, and engages in threesomes with her beloved and his best friend, even efficiently issuing synchronized hand jobs while driving cross-country. But to hear Stewart tell it, the part is only slightly more provocative than some of her previous roles.

    “It’s a pretty fucking odd thing to want to pretend to be another person,” she says, “and then have a lot of other people who watch you do that. You have this experience of reading something, and if you don’t bring it to life, you’re basically deleting it. Every day of shooting you’re depriving the world of having that. The responsibility is amazing.

    “Until you really get to know the woman behind the character, it’s difficult to connect the dots,” she continues. “I’m a contemporary, sensitive, normal girl, and it’s difficult to try and empathize with someone who seems to have a lack of empathy. She seems a bit callous in the book. She’s literally the farthest…I have never encountered a person that had their nerves so fucking close to the surface.”

    Any freshman psych student could draw parallels between the fictional Marylou’s demeanor and Stewart’s protective façade. Delicate and darling, the two of them are also tough as hell. But whether the actress realizes it or not, her defensive posture only makes her more beguiling, by revealing how susceptible she is underneath it all. “Oh, I could have worked with her all week, or done a movie with her,” says Inez van Lamsweerde, who with her partner, Vinoodh Matadin, photographed Stewart for this cover story a short while after compromising photos of the actress with her Snow White and the Hunstman director had surfaced. “We worked with her for a Gap campaign in 2006, and even back then she was extremely intelligent and questioned everything. You could say anything to her and she would respond in a wonderful way. She is that delicate blend of masculine and vulnerable. She is unbelievably beautiful, not just on the outside but also in her being. She gets right in, there is no in between.”

    The admiration is mutual. “When you find yourself with people like that, you can really thrive,” says Stewart of Inez and Vinoodh. “It was fun. I would follow them wherever they wanted to go. I had a really good time that day, I was kind of shocked by that.”

    Photo shoots and fashion in general have become an increasingly important part of Stewart’s evolution. Together with longtime stylist Tara Swennen, she concocts looks that consistently become much-ballyhooed fodder for the style blogs. Former Balenciaga creative director Nicolas Ghesquière, who hired Stewart to be the face of his Florabotanica fragrance, says that “she is never scared of strong fashion choices, which is very exceptional for an actress. For me she is a true heroine. The fact that we had the opportunity to work on an artistic adventure together is fantastic.”

    Fashion, of course, is a huge component of moviemaking, an art to which Stewart was drawn from a young age. She grew up on sets; her parents, Jules and John, still work as a script supervisor and stage manager, respectively. (“I started doing the job because I wanted adults to talk to me,” says Stewart. “I wanted to be on set in a different way than just hanging around.”) After starring in bit parts in film and television, she landed the role of Jodie Foster’s daughter in Panic Room. The Oscar-winner was impressed by the chutzpah and dedication of her younger costar, and has remained a fairy godmother of sorts as she learns to navigate the topsy-turvy world of Tinseltown. Stewart was even handpicked to announce that Foster would receive the Cecil B. DeMille award at this year’s Golden Globes.

    On the Road is perhaps the perfect segue to the new challenges on which Stewart is about to embark. There are rumors of a Snow White sequel, but with the Twilight chapter closed, one surmises she is ready to start anew, and she is clearly bracing herself for the next thing—in this case a comedy called Focus, in which she plays a young vixen who catches the eye of a veteran grifter. “The script is really fun and I love the writers and directors, Glenn Ficarra and John Requa,” she says.

    Stewart has never conquered the Great White Way, but she’d be up for it. (“Theater is a completely different way of working, but, yeah, I would be very much down.”) She also tosses out the idea of being part of an ensemble cast that would ideally include fellow actresses whose work she greatly admires. (How many starlets do you hear saying that these days?) “There are so many cool girls out there!” she says, name-checking Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams, and her best friend, Dakota Fanning.

    “I am not closed off to anything right now,” she says, smiling. “That is what I was saying about not having any more walls up. I don’t want to deprive myself of any bit of life.” By the end of our conversation, Stewart is a bit more relaxed—hair down, glasses off, bomber jacket removed—and cracking jokes aplenty. That nervousness she was experiencing before has apparently been channeled. Like a true Beatnik, she is embracing life as it comes.


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    Photog Claimed Justin Bieber Had Been Smoking Weed

    The photog who was killed taking pics of Justin Bieber's car made a call less than an hour before he died, telling someone he was on a big story -- because he claimed he saw Justin smoking marijuana while driving.

    A source connected with the photo agency for whom Chris Guerra did freelance work tells TMZ Chris called him at 5:16 Tuesday afternoon. Chris said, "Man, you won't believe my luck. It's pretty dead in L.A.. Everybody thinks Justin and Selena are in Mexico, but they're not."Chris -- who worked exclusively on the Bieber detail -- said he had spotted Justin's car earlier in the day at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills and also saw Selena Gomez's car there. Chris went on claiming he saw Justin earlier in the day smoking what he believed was marijuana from a pipe while driving the Ferrari. Our source says Chris told him he was following Justin back to the Four Seasons and was continuing to pursue what he believed was a big story.

    The source says after 20 minutes, Chris abruptly said the Ferrari was pulling out of the hotel parking lot and he needed to hang up and follow it.

    Apparently he had no idea Justin was NOT in the car. Our source -- who as we said is connected to the photo agency -- believes Chris was probably "overzealous" at the traffic stop because he believed he was on the cusp of an enormous scoop.

    PHOTOG'S LAST CALL: He Absolutely Believed Justin Was Smoking

    The last person to speak with the photog who was killed Tuesday following Justin Bieber's car tells TMZ Chris Guerra was quite sure Justin had been smoking pot while driving earlier in the day.

    The person who spoke with Chris at 5:16 PM -- less than an hour before he was killed -- did not want us to use his name. He's also a photog who took Chris under his wing, and says Chris was one of his closest friends. He also says he believes Justin is partly to blame for Chris' death[OP NOTE: O.] because of the singer's reckless driving history and alleged pot smoking which made it a big story to follow. [Audio @ source]

    Lil Twist Was Driving Bieber's Car When Photog Died

    Rapper Lil Twist was driving Justin Bieber's Ferrari when it was pulled over Tuesday night ... moments before a paparazzo was hit by another car and killed -- TMZ has learned.

    According to sources, 19-year-old Lil Twist was hanging with Bieber at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills on Tuesday afternoon when, for some reason, he left in the white Ferrari without Justin. Multiple sources tell us Twist -- who is a Lil Wayne protege -- and Biebs have been hanging out and partying together for several weeks now.

    They even celebrated New Year's Eve together by popping champagne bottles in Mexico where they're both of legal drinking age. A rep for Lil Twist tells us the rapper did not see the accident happen and sends his thoughts and prayers to the family of the photographer.

    1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    Update to this post which was in itself an update to this post. As with anything Bieber this situation is both too much and a mess.

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  • 01/02/13--15:16: Trey Songz Denies Gay Photo
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    Rumors have been swirling around for years that suspect R&B artist Trey Songz is a fan of that man-meat. Recently, a photo hit the web that reignited those rumors.

    The photo shows a man who resembles Trey playing ‘hide the tongue’ with another young man in the backseat of a car. Well, it looks like Trey wasn't feeling the negativity and took to his Twitter account to shut down the rumor…. 


    YUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUP!  Trey kinda addressed the rumor without really denying it, eh? However, nay-sayers who don’t believe Trey could ever like it up the poop-chute claim another gentlemen is the gay bandit in the photo.  Hit the flip to check out who the (alleged) man playing kissy face is next…


    According to internet investigators who claim the photo is not Trigga after all, the picture belongs to a man by the name of Enrique Araujo.  

    Do you think it’s really Trey in the gaytastic photo??? 

    1) a couple of days old but no one made a post  
    2) bossip never lies 

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    H!t W!th $36k Lawsu!t
    For Past Royalt!es

    P!nk forgot the little people on her way up the ladder ... at least according to a new lawsuit accusing her of cheating her ex producers out of $36k in royalties.

    A company called Specialists Entertainment filed docs in NYC last month, claiming P!nk signed a deal with them, and Thunderstone Productions, to produce on her debut album back in 1999.

    According to the suit, the two companies agreed to split producers' royalties 50-50 ... before cranking out 2 songs, "Can't Take Me Home" and "Hiccup" for P!nk -- real name Alecia Moore.

    Well, the album blew up -- selling 5 million copies, according to the docs -- and helped launch P!nk's career. Only problem ... SE says the royalties they agreed to never showed up.

    Now, SE is suing P!nk for $36,213.31, the remainder of the unpaid royalties.

    A rep for P!nk told us this isn't the singer's problem, because ... "Sony are responsible for paying the producers."


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    “Argo” (Warner Bros.)

    Producers: Ben Affleck, George Clooney, Grant Heslov

    “Beasts of the Southern Wild” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
    Producers: Michael Gottwald, Dan Janvey, Josh Penn

    “Django Unchained” (The Weinstein Company)
    Producers: Reginald Hudlin, Pilar Savone, Stacey Sher

    “Le Misérables” (Universal Pictures)
    Producers: Tim Bevan & Eric Fellner, Debra Hayward, Cameron Mackintosh

    Life of Pi” (Fox 2000 Pictures)
    Producers: Ang Lee, Gil Netter, David Womark

    “Lincoln” (Touchstone Pictures)
    Producers:  Kathleen Kennedy, Steven Spielberg

    “Moonrise Kingdom” (Focus Features)
    Producers: Wes Anderson & Scott Rudin, Jeremy Dawson, Steven Rales

    “Silver Linings Playbook” (The Weinstein Company)
    Producers: Bruce Cohen, Donna Gigliotti, Jonathan Gordon

    “Skyfall” (Columbia Pictures)
    Producers: Barbara Broccoli, Michael G. Wilson

    “Zero Dark Thirty” (Columbia Pictures)
    Producers: Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Megan Ellison

    The Award for Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures:

    “Brave” (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
    Producer: Katherine Sarafian

    “Frankenweenie” (Walt Disney Pictures)
    Producers: Allison Abbate, Tim Burton

    “ParaNorman” (Focus Features)
    Producers: Travis Knight, Arianne Sutner

    “Rise of the Guardians” (Paramount Pictures)
    Producers: Nancy Bernstein, Christina Steinberg

    “Wreck-It Ralph” (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
    Producer: Clark Spencer

    The television nominees are:

    The David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television:

    “American Horror Story” (FX)
    Producers: Brad Buecker, Dante Di Loreto, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy, Chip Vucelich, Alexis Martin Woodall

    “The Dust Bowl” (PBS)
    Producers: Producer Eligibility Pending

    “Game Change” (HBO)
    Producers: Gary Goetzman, Tom Hanks, Jay Roach, Amy Sayres, Steven Shareshian, Danny Strong

    “Hatfields & McCoys” (History)
    Producers: Barry Berg, Kevin Costner, Darrell Fetty, Leslie Greif, Herb Nanas

    “Sherlock” (PBS)
    Producers: Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Beryl Vertue, Sue Vertue

    The Long-Form Television category encompasses both movies of the week and mini-series.

    In November 2012, the Producers Guild of America announced the Documentary Theatrical Motion Picture, Television Series and Non-Fiction Television Nominations; the following list includes complete producer credits.

    The Award for Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures:

    “A People Uncounted” (Urbinder Films)
    Producers: Marc Swenker, Aaron Yeger

    “The Gatekeepers” (Sony Pictures Classics)
    Producers: Estelle Fialon, Philippa Kowarsky, Dror Moreh

    “The Island President” (Samuel Goldwyn Films)
    Producers: Richard Berg, Bonni Cohen

    “The Other Dream Team” (The Film Arcade)
    Producers: Marius Markevicius, Jon Weinbach

    “Searching For Sugar Man” (Sony Pictures Classics)
    Producers: Malik Bendjelloul, Simon Chinn

    The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama:

    “Breaking Bad” (AMC)
    Producers: Melissa Bernstein, Sam Catlin, Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Mark Johnson, Stewart Lyons, Michelle MacLaren, George Mastras, Diane Mercer, Thomas Schnauz, Moira Walley-Beckett

    “Downton Abbey” (PBS)
    Producers: Julian Fellowes, Gareth Neame, Liz Trubridge

    “Game of Thrones” (HBO)
    Producers: David Benioff, Bernadette Caulfield, Frank Doelger, Carolyn Strauss, D.B. Weiss

    “Homeland” (Showtime)
    Producers: Henry Bromell, Alexander Cary, Michael Cuesta, Alex Gansa, Howard Gordon, Chip Johannessen, Michael Klick, Meredith Stiehm

    “Mad Men” (AMC)
    Producers: Jon Hamm, Scott Hornbacher, Andre Jacquemetton, Maria Jacquemetton, Victor Levin, Blake McCormick, Matthew Weiner

    The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Comedy:

    “30 Rock” (NBC)
    Producers: Irene Burns, Kay Cannon, Robert Carlock, Vali Chandrasekaran, Luke Del Tredici, Tina Fey, Matt Hubbard, Marci Klein, Jerry Kupfer, Lorne Michaels, David Miner, Dylan Morgan, Jeff Richmond, John Riggi, Josh Siegal, Ron Weiner

    “The Big Bang Theory” (CBS)
    Producers: Chuck Lorre, Steve Molaro, Faye Oshima Belyeu, Bill Prady

    “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (HBO)
    Producers: Alec Berg, Larry Charles, Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Tim Gibbons, David Mandel, Erin O’Malley, Jeff Schaffer, Laura Streicher

    “Louie” (FX)
    Producers: Dave Becky, M. Blair Breard, Louis C.K.

    “Modern Family” (ABC)
    Producers: Cindy Chupack, Paul Corrigan, Abraham Higginbotham, Ben Karlin, Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, Jeff Morton, Dan O’Shannon, Jeffrey Richman, Chris Smirnoff, Brad Walsh, Bill Wrubel, Danny ZukerThe Award for Outstanding Producer of Non-Fiction Television:

    “American Masters” (PBS)
    Producers: Prudence Glass, Susan Lacy, Julie Sacks

    “Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” (Travel Channel)
    Producers: Anthony Bourdain, Christopher Collins, Lydia Tenaglia, Sandy Zweig

    “Deadliest Catch” (Discovery Channel)
    Producers: Thom Beers, Jeff Conroy, Sean Dash, John Gray, Sheila McCormack, Bill Pruitt, Decker Watson

    “Inside the Actors Studio” (Bravo)
    Producers: James Lipton, Shawn Tesser, Jeff Wurtz

    “Shark Tank” (ABC)
    Producers: Rhett Bachner, Becky Blitz, Mark Burnett, Bill Gaudsmith, Yun Lingner, Brien Meagher, Clay Newbill, Jim Roush, Laura Skowlund, Paul Sutera, Patrick Wood

    Congrats to the nominees, especially Beasts and Moonrise Kingdom. Can't wait to see Zero Dark Thirty. The rest of the nominees are at the source cause they wouldn't all fit in the post. 


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    According to the latest Billboard Boxscore report, the Born This Way Ball has continued to roar ahead with career-defining success. With a broad range of sold-out dates in Latin America, from Peru to Brazil to Norway the tour will blow past $200-$250 MILLION DOLLARS in gross earnings Despite reports of struggling sales, nearl every date n Latin America sold out. ONE Russian date alone grossed over $4 million dollars.

    The tour i on track to become one of the top earning tours in music history, joining The Monster Ball with the mega-success (and surpassing Gaga's former tour.) To put it in perspective, the tour has surpassed some past Madonna tours Furthermore, it comes off of the highest selling American album of 2011 (Born This Way), which spawned four Top 10 hits and sold over 7 million copies worldwide The singles also sold ove 25 million copies n 2011.

    Lady Gaga is due to release her follow-up, ARTPOP, early this year.

    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Estadio do Morumbi
    Sao Paulo, Brazil
    Nov. 11, 2012
    43,137 / 43,137
    1 / 1
    $366.59, $46.43
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Latin America/T4F-Time For Fun
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Moscow, Russia
    Dec. 12, 2012
    19,522 / 19,522
    1 / 1
    $2,454.52, $49.09
    Live Nation Global Touring/PMI Group
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Estadio River Plate
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Nov. 16, 2012
    45,007 / 45,007
    1 / 1
    $208.33, $52.08
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Latin America/T4F-Time For Fun
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    FNB Stadium
    Johannesburg, South Africa
    Nov. 30, 2012
    56,900 / 56,900
    1 / 1
    $79.35, $34.01
    Live Nation Global Touring/Big Concerts
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Estadio Nacional
    Santiago, Chile
    Nov. 20, 2012
    42,416 / 42,416
    1 / 1
    $531.58, $60.45
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Latin America/T4F-Time For Fun
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Foro Sol
    Mexico City, Mexico
    Oct. 26, 2012
    37,260 / 37,260
    1 / 1
    $153.80, $24.61
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Latin America/OCESA-CIE
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Estadio El Campin
    Bogota, Colombia
    Nov. 6, 2012
    30,546 / 36,335
    1 / 0
    $212.93, $71.53
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Latin America/OCESA-CIE
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Cape Town Stadium
    Cape Town, South Africa
    Dec. 3, 2012
    39,527 / 39,527
    1 / 1
    $90.31, $33.87
    Live Nation Global Touring/Big Concerts
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Parque dos Atletas
    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Nov. 9, 2012
    26,167 / 26,167
    1 / 1
    $366.60, $43.99
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Latin America/T4F-Time For Fun
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Telenor Arena
    Oslo, Norway
    Dec. 6, 2012
    14,566 / 14,566
    1 / 1
    $146.05, $91.73
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Scandinavia
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Estadio Universidad San Marcos
    Lima, Peru
    Nov. 23, 2012
    36,163 / 36,163
    1 / 1
    $432.94, $29.96
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Latin America/T4F-Time For Fun
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica
    San Jose, Costa Rica
    Nov. 3, 2012
    29,014 /29,014
    1 / 1
    $184.52, $138.99
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Latin America
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    SKK Arena
    St. Petersburg, Russia
    Dec. 9, 2012
    11,127 /11,127
    1 / 1
    $486.60, $145.98
    Live Nation Global Touring/PMI Group
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Jockey Club
    Asuncion, Paraguay
    Nov. 26, 2012
    26,481 / 26,481
    1 / 1
    $403.60, $40.36
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Latin America/T4F-Time For Fun
    Lady Gaga, The Darkness, Lady Starlight
    Centro de Eventos Fiergs
    Porto Alegre, Brazil
    Nov. 13, 2012
    9,918 / 9,918
    1 / 1
    $315.11, $72.72
    Live Nation Global Touring/Live Nation Latin America/T4F-Time For Fun


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    As we bid farewell to 2012, we’re surely remembering the highlights of the outgoing year. In the geek-world, there was probably no bigger moment than when it was announced that George Lucas was selling Lucasfilm to Disney, ushering in a whole new era of ‘Star Wars’ films. Since that announcement, we’ve been privy to a series of conversations between Lucas and Kathleen Kennedy, the new Lucasfilm head honcho, and today we have the final video, which you can see after the break.

    Fittingly titled “Transitioning Into The Future,” the chat’s moderator, Lucasfilm PR coordinator Lynne Hale, asks Lucas how he’s feeling about the impending “letting go” of his beloved franchise; Lucas appears to be at peace with the decision, while admitting a lot of sadness comes with preparing to retire. (As we’ve heard before, Lucas isn’t exactly retiring from film altogether, but his ‘Star Wars’ duties will be close to nonexistent.)

    Kennedy, for her part, is dealing with transitioning into Lucasfilm as its new president, and will be using Lucas’ inherent knowledge of the company to assist her settling in.

    You can watch the new video below, and the entire series of videos on Lucasfilm’s YouTube page. And now that we’re saying goodbye to these videos and the year they were shot in, we anxiously await some major news regarding ‘Star Wars Episode 7′, which could very well drop this month.


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    Who's excited for this hot mess?? lmao


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    Bronson Pelletier can't deny it anymore -- the 'Twilight' actor definitely took a leak right in the middle of LAX last month ... and there's video to prove it.

    In the video, an airport employee approaches Pelletier ... and then he stumbles around, whips out his penis and starts peeing ... for a very LOOONG TIME!

    Interestingly, the airport employee stands by patiently waiting for Pelletier to finish ... until police show up to arrest him.

    TMZ broke the story ... Pelletier was busted for public intoxication at LAX after getting thrown off a flight for being too drunk.

    Witnesses said Pelletier urinated at the gate moments after he was removed from the plane, but the actor had insisted he did no such thing.

    A rep for Pelletier tells TMZ ... Bronson realizes he has issues, and will be entering a treatment program for addiction in the near future.

    Source 1 and 2
    I'd hate to be the person that had to clean that up. At least he's getting help although I wonder if it will work since up until this video both he and his people were denying this ever actually happened.

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  • 01/02/13--17:28: so this is a thing
  • Elvis Presley's ex-wife dating kids' TV presenter Toby Anstis 27 years her junior

    It’s a story anyone with a ­suspicious mind simply would not believe, but our amazing pictures prove it

    Elvis Presley’s former wife ­Priscilla moves in for a smooch with the ex-partner of BBC TV star Otis the Aardvark... Toby Anstis.

    Priscilla, 67, and Toby – 27 years her junior at 40 – were tenderly embracing after a romantic dinner at San Lorenzo restaurant in Wimbledon.

    It was their third date.

    Priscilla, who married Elvis in 1967 aged 21, first met the former presenter of BBC1 kids’ show The Broom Cupboard last month after he watched her star as the Wicked Witch in Snow White at a nearby theatre.

    A source said: “They have mutual pals in the States and a friend suggested they meet up.

    “Toby has a thing for older women and is a big fan of Elvis so they hit it off immediately.

    “After swapping numbers, Priscilla got him some tickets to see her in panto in Wimbledon, and they met-up after.

    “He then went to see her again because he was so impressed.

    "They got on really well over dinner and Priscilla was incredibly flirty – she thinks Toby is gorgeous.

    “Toby often goes to LA so he is hoping things may continue when he goes to America in the next few weeks.”

    Toby now works as a DJ for Heart FM radio station.

    But he is best known as a presenter of The Broom Cupboard, taking over from Phillip Schofield, Andy Crane and Andi Peters.

    His on-screen partner was popular puppet presenter Otis the Aardvark.

    Priscilla, meanwhile, is said to be worth £70million after divorcing the King in 1973.

    The couple agreed to share custody of daughter, Lisa Marie, and Priscilla was awarded a cash payment of nearly £500,000.

    She was also reportedly awarded 5% of Elvis’ new publishing companies and half the income from the sale of their Beverly Hills home

    Despite separating, the couple remained close until his death in 1977.

    Since then the actress – who went on to star in hit TV show Dallas and movie comedy classic Naked Gun – has refused to re-marry but has enjoyed a string of relationships.



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  • 01/02/13--17:54: She's just so _______.
  • 'I have a rule... no actors': Jessica Chastain opens up on her refusal to date anyone in the industry as she poses up a storm in high-fashion shoot


    She's always remained coy about her personal life.
    But one thing's for certain; it doesn't look as though Jessica Chastain will become involved in a Hollywood romance anytime soon.
    The 35-year-old actress admitted she has a 'rule' when it comes to relationships - refusing to date fellow actors. Explaining she once dated someone in the business while she was at drama school, the Zero Dark Thirty star explained the thought of being in a relationship with someone else in the public eye 'freaks' her out.
    Speaking in an interview with the February edition of InStyle magazine, she said: 'I have a rule. No actors.

    'I have dated an actor before, at Juilliard [drama school], but since then, I’ve only been on a couple of dates with one and I was so freaked out someone was going to take a picture of us, because they were famous. 'I realised I wanted just to be able to hang out with someone… And I didn’t want to talk about the business, first of all. I love movies. But I love talking about them like when I was 15 years old. I’m a film fan, but I don’t want to talk about auditions or what movie I’m gonna do. I find that so boring.'

    No Hollywood romance: The 35-year-old actress revealed she has banned herself from dating a fellow actor as the thought of it 'freaks' her out. Refusing to reveal who the mystery man was, the redhead beauty remained equally guarded about her current beau, only divulging that 'some people in the fashion world' know who he is.


    Posing in a stunning high-fashion shoot for the magazine, the actress also explained that she has no interest in becoming a Hollywood legend as fame and money have never been her 'goals'.
    Jessica said: 'You have to welcome that. Off the record, I could name specifics for you. There are some actors, who are very, very famous, who know what they’re doing. They court it. Like Elizabeth Taylor. Richard Burton. It’s something that you woo.

    'Fame and money have not been my goals. If they had, then this probably would not have happened, because this all happened from independent films. Not big pay cheques.
    'Even The Help was an independent film. We were all cast before the success of the novel. Thank God, because they would have never ever given me Celia Foote [her character] had people known how big it would become.' Although the actress has now become a Hollywood sensation, she admitted she initially struggled to make it on the big screen because of her somewhat unconventional looks.

    Jessica added in her interview with InStyle: 'There were a couple of times when I thought, "Maybe I should dye my hair blonde?" I’m in LA and I’m thinking, "Why can’t I get an audition for a film?"
    'Being a redhead and not having very conventionally modern looks, it was confusing for people and they didn’t know exactly where to put me. Most of the time, it was, "Why is this taking so long?"'
    To read the full interview with Jessica Chastain, see the February issue of InStyle magazine, out now.



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    New Version of "Pink Matter" To Be Released:
    It was supposed to be an Outkast feature.

    Yes, Frank Ocean originally wanted Big Boi and André 3000 featured on channel ORANGE’s “Pink Matter”. It would have marked the first appearance of Outkast in almost six years — which is the exact reason André scrapped the reunion and opted for a solo feature.

    “Dre didn’t want an Outkast Record Coming out on anybody else LP,” Big Boi wrote on Twitter earlier this summer.

    However, Big Boi took to Tumblr over the weekend and shared a photo of new lyrics with the caption, “Dropping a verse on this Frank Ocean ‘Pink Matter’”. We reached out to Big Boi’s representatives, who confirmed that Big Boi will appear on a new version of “Pink Matter” which will feature Frank Ocean and André 3000. The track is set for release sometime next week.

    Frank's Instagram Photos:
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    Frank Reaches 2,000,000 Followers on Twitter:
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    012 was a relatively slow year for the horror genre but it looks like 2013 will make up for it with lots of different horror, mystery, and thriller movies being released.

    Texas Chainsaw 3D (January 4)
    Starring Alexandra Daddario, Tania Raymonde and Scott Eastwood this installment in the beloved Texas Chainsaw Massacre series takes place 40 years after the original movie. When a young woman (Daddario) takes a trip with her friends to check out a mysterious house she inherited she gets a lot more than she bargained for when she comes face-to-face with a chainsaw-wielding killer.  
    Mama (January 18)
    Mama stars Jessica Chastain, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Megan Charpentier and is about a couple faced with raising their young nieces after discovering they had been left alone in the woods for five years. The couple begins to realize that the girls did not come to their home alone.
    The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia (February 1)
    This sequel to 2002’s A Haunting in Connecticut is about a family that movies into a Georgia home only to discover secrets and spirits already inhabiting the place. Starring  Chad Michael Murray, Katee Sackhoff and Cicely Tyson, this film may or may not actually be related to the first movie.
    Dark Skies (February 22)
    Dark Skies is another story about a family that comes in contact with evil forces. Starring Keri Russell, Josh Hamilton and Dakota Goyo the post for Dark Skies looks terribly familiar. Here’s hoping the movie itself can bring something new to the table.
    The Last Exorcism Part 2 (March 1)
    010’s The Last Exorcism was a popular “found-footage” style film about a man who witnesses a real-like exorcism. Despite a debated ending, this sequel (starring Ashley Bell, Andrew Sensenig and Judd Lormand) will follow Nell as she tries to rebuild her life after the events of the first film but faces yet more evil adversaries

    Lots more at the source

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    A Jonas Brothers fan has sued the group, claiming they're so popular, she was crushed during a concert by crazed groupies.

    Ashleigh Johnson filed the lawsuit -- obtained by TMZ -- in which she claims she was at The Grove in L.A. back in May, 2010, watching the boys perform an early bird special (3 PM), when she was pushed by an uncontrolled crowd against a guard fence.

    Ashleigh says she was "agonizingly crushed" into the fence and suffered serious mental, emotional and physical injuries as a result.

    Ashleigh -- who didn't ante up her age -- is suing the group as well as Caruso Management, the folks behind The Grove.

    Here's a good defense. Who knew The Jonas Bros. were still popular?

    Well...the crowd was pretty uncontrolled that day, lots of people mentioned getting crammed up against the stage:

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    jamalhammadi Ashley Bentsen and Jamal hammadi happy new year it's a new straight world

    itsashbenzo nana :)

    itsashbenzo New year with @jamalhammadi

    Sources: 1 - 2

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    "Fowl Play/Date" - After Brad and Penny accidentally break Alex's beloved childhood memento, they try to glue it back together. But they go from just being clumsy to "birderers" after Tyler, Alex's racist parrot, keels over and dies from the glue fumes. Can they cover up the crime before Alex returns from her Rom-Com Com? Meanwhile, Jane and Dave try a little too hard to find a match for Max, on "Happy Endings," SUNDAY, JANUARY 6 (10:01-10:31 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.


    "Ordinary Extraordinary Love" - When a hot young pop star stops in and buys a dress at Alex's store, Penny helps Alex turns it into a press opportunity... but not all publicity is necessarily good publicity. Meanwhile, Max is having an identity crisis, so Jane and Derrick take him on a tour of Chicago's themed gay bars to help him find his niche, and Brad and Dave try to be "men" and fix things around the house, on "Happy Endings," TUESDAY, JANUARY 8 (9:01-9:31 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

    Season 2 Gag Reel:

    Source 1, 2, 3, 4

    OMG! Yes! Drama's coming back! And finally an episode about Max dating! it's been so long!

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  • 01/02/13--19:07: 'Bomb Girls' photo shoot

  • Who watched the premiere tonight? Not enough shirtless Marco in tonight's ep, though the previews looked promising


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