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    Toni Braxton‘s fans came to see her perform her hits — but they got much more than they bargained for when the singer’s skimpy skirt fell down to reveal her bare bottom! Toni was in the middle of performing her 2000 hit “He Wasn’t Man Enough” when her skirt slid down, exposing a nude g-string bodysuit that left very little to the imagination!

    Finally, she realized mid-way through the performance that her butt was hanging out and attempted to pull up her skirt. After she couldn’t keep covered, a very considerate male fan offered her his suit jacket to wear. He might be man enough for Toni!

    wardrobe malfunction starts at 6:02


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    'Elementary' actress Lucy Liu and her new boyfriend so antique shopping with her dog in downtown Manhattan, New York City, New York on August 17, 2013.


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    Lady Gaga and Perez Hilton are immersed in an EPIC Twitter feud, with the singer accusing the celebrity gossip mainstay of harassing her and her family.

    Tension between the two had already been running high, but went into overdrive after fan informed Gaga that Hilton was spotted at her apartment building.

    Perez eventually released a statement directly addressing his feud with Gaga:

    "My heart hurts that my former very good friend Lady GaGa, a person I used to call my 'wifey' and traveled the world with, is making very public, untrue allegations about me on Twitter."

    "While it is still too painful for me to go into detail about why I chose to no longer make her a part of my life, I will say that I am a critic and not a stalker."

    "Any allegation that I am stalking her is utterly false, defamatory and now appears to be putting me in danger."

    "I will continue to be a critic - in a way that is not mean or involves name-calling, and I will continue to have an opinion and talk about music and songs, like GaGa's 'Applause'".

    "As the suggestion that I pose a danger to GaGa is preposterous, if fans want to send a message of support, they should buy her music instead of sending me death threats."

    Gaga allegedly confirmed with security, then went OFF on Perez:




    "I just want to make music+make people smile. Im sorry to all the fans who are trying to enjoy whats supposed to be a happy time. Gone too far."

    On Friday, Gaga slammed the gossip blogger, who had been openly sharing his distaste for the singer's music (and his unabashed love for Katy Perry's).

    Gaga said, referring to the hip injury that derailed her tour earlier this year:

    "Still have the text Perez sent me of me in a wheelchair w the words KARMA written across + Madonna pointing a gun at me. Day of my accident."

    "Please little monsters do not be affected by someone like this NOTHING merits this kind of hatred. Im ok & I always survive. Ignore him. Just Dance."

    Perez responded by re-tweeting some posts from Joseph Kahn, who also faced the wrath of Gaga's insane fans after giving praise to Katy Perry's "Roar":

    "I am over Gaga's fan base behavior. Race insults, death threats, homophobic slurs. I've never seen such awfulness on behalf of any singer," Kahn tweeted, with Perez re-posting.


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    Garrett Clayton keeps close to Claudia Lee as they arrive at Delta Air Lines’ Summer Celebration on Thursday night (August 15) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

    Earlier that night, the Teen Beach Movie star and his 17-year-old gal pal grabbed dinner together at the Chateau Marmont.

    “Awesome fan dressed as Kick-Ass!! Are you ready for the invasion #KickAss2 TOMORROW! #QueenBee,” Claudia captioned a photo with a fan from her stop at In-N-Out later that night.

    FYI: Claudia is wearing a Ted Baker dress and collar with Alejandro Inglemo heels.


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    If you, like us, were a huge "Gilmore Girls" fan, one of the many things that resonated with you since the show's finale six years ago was the girls' insane consumption of food.

    A stranger would not understand.

    We wish we could live our lives, Mallomars included, like the petite, highly articulate mother-daughter duo, but they must have titanium stomach linings up there in Stars Hollow. Here in the actual world, no person could survive it.

    Below, we present what an average day looks like at the Gilmore household, when a breakfast, lunch and dinner scene from various episodes are combined.

    The Puffington Ho

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  • 08/18/13--18:08: Breaking Bad: Buried!

  • After a shocking first episode, Breaking Bad season 6, episode 2 [season 6, episode 10] airs tonight and is ominously titled “Buried.”

    According to the official synopsis, “Skyler’s past catches up with her while Walt needs to cover his own tracks. Jesse continues to struggle with guilt.” Notably, there’s a great shot at the beginning of Walt leaving Hank’s house post revelation.


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    To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Alexander McQueen's iconic skull-print scarf, British artist Damien Hirst will rework the classic into 30 exclusive designs.

    The artist, Damien Hirst, with one of his "Entomology" works.

    Alexander McQueen has enlisted Damien Hirst to create 30 limited-edition scarves to celebrate 10 years of the British brand's ubiquitous skull-print scarf.

    The designs will see aspects of Hirst's 'Entomology' series, which uses colourful insects to create kaleidoscopic artwork (pictured above), worked into the signature skull motif. He was chosen as a collaborator thanks to his "interest in symmetrical design is combined with strong references to the natural world."

    They will be available from McQueen boutiques and from mid-November in chiffon, pongé, twill, and cashmere, reports WWD, with prices starting at £315.

    A classic Alexander McQueen skull-print scarf, styled as a belt, which debuted in the Spring/Summer 2003 "Irere" runway show

    The skull-print scarf has become an iconic McQueen piece ever since it was first showcased by the brand's late eponymous founder, Alexander McQueen, as part of the spring/summer 2003 collection. Priced from £165 for a version in silk and available in a rainbow of different colour ways, the design became even more popular when McQueen died in 2010.

    Incidentally, Hirst is also well-known for using skulls in his work. In 2007 he produced 'For the Love of God', a platinum cast of a human skull encrusted with 8,601 flawless diamonds that reportedly sold for £50 million to a private buyer.

    The classic Alexander McQueen skull-print scarf as worn by celebrities such as Keith Richards, Mary-Kate Olsen, and Yoko Ono

    The artist is no stranger to a fashion collaboration either. Last year, he created a line of pricey dot- and pill-adorned backpacks for Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's label The Row and in 2008 he designed a line for denim brand Levi's.

    He follows in the footsteps of fellow Young British Artist alumnus Jake and Dinos Chapman who recently collaborated with Louis Vuitton to create a fast-selling collection of men's accessories.

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    Well, it looks like I now have the perfect Christmas fashion present this year! Obviously, I'm not gonna be buying this limited-edition McQueen/Hirst scarf for myself, but I know someone who will... ;)

    What artist/designer brand collaboration would you like to see happen, ONTD? Jeff Koons for Chanel? Marina Abramovic for Prada?

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    WWDTD?! ‘Game of Thrones’ Star’s Photo Used in Russian Political Message Without Permission

    Just because season three is over doesn't mean there isn't drama for "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke. In a shocking plot twist, the stunning English actress has been pulled into Russian politics. And she doesn't even have her dragons to defend her.

    Apparently, Vladimir Putin mayoral candidate Yakov Silin plastered Clarke's image across one of his "anti-rape" campaign ads in the industrial city of Yekaterinburg. In the promotion, Clarke, 26, is identified as a local woman named Anya, 24. The shot features the stunning thesp with brown locks rather than the signature white-blond of her "Game of Thrones" character, Daenerys Targaryen.

    "Anya"'s campaign message (on behalf of Silin) states, "I suddenly noticed that for the last couple of years I'm not afraid to walk at night in Yekaterinburg. I now have confidence that the city is safe, that no one will attack me or rape me. It's so cool… There are only few people on the streets, the streets have lights, the city is fresh and incredibly beautiful. Especially after it has been raining."

    Not surprisingly, the picture of Clarke was used without her knowledge or permission. But it didn't take long for others to notice the smiling "local" was actually a world-famous actress. Bloggers took to Silin's site to blast the campaign for being too "lazy" to find a less recognizable face for the ad. But the powers-that-be aren't admitting Clarke's image was used in error. In fact, they're insisting they knew exactly what they were doing.

    "We selected a famous and beautiful actress on purpose, to make it clear that this is a fantasy," one unnamed campaign author stated. "Next time we will be more clear. Sorry." Umm. That sounds like a good idea. The authors had even more to say on the controversy, however. "Our internet post which was a fantasy with a photo of Emilia Clarke, famous for the TV series 'Game of Thrones,' has caused a strange resonance," they insisted. "We assure you Daenerys Targaryen, in this case, is just a beautiful woman. We don't claim to have her support, even though we would not be ashamed to show her Yekaterinburg after the implementation of the 'Capital' program."

    A rep for Clarke has not yet returned omg!'s request for a comment, nor have we heard if she's planning to take them up on their offer for a tour of the city, but something tells us she's not booking her ticket any time soon.


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    Florence Welch is back in the recording studio with her band [the Machine] and is believed to be working on her third album, which could see the chart topper taking a new direction.

    The star has been working on new music with rising British producer MNEK, who tweeted he would be in the studio with the ‘Dog Days Are Over’ singer, “In studio with @flo_tweet for the next three dayzzz,” he wrote.

    The exciting new urban producer has previously created tracks for Little Mix and Rudimental, having guested on two of the quartets standout tracks ‘Spoons’ and ‘Baby’ on their debut album, ‘Home’.

    The new urban and dance direction could see the redhead score more number one hit singles having only got to the top spot after turning her dark, gothic sound into dance tracks after teaming up with Calvin Harris on his hit ‘Sweet Nothing' and then again when he remixed her single ‘Spectrum (Say My Name)’.

    The singer recently contributed a brand new song called 'Over The Love' for the soundtrack to The Great Gatsby, and has also performed covers of Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' and Icona Pop's 'I Love It'.

    Flo’s upcoming collection will serve as the follow-up to 2011’s ‘Ceremonials’ which topped the UK chart and reached number six in America.

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    This flaw-free ginger goddess will return to slay all the lessers with her new and evolved sound which I will gladly imbibe in my musically deprived soul... So much new music to look forward to! Kween Katy, Lady GodGa, and now Flawless + The Machine. Bless all these women for giving us great music... <3

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    With Lindsay Lohan’s much publicized sit-down with Oprah Winfrey airing tonight, we can’t wait to find out what juicy tidbits we’ll be talking about tomorrow. As we know, interviews with celebrities can be unbelievably revealing — sometimes with unexpected results.

    Fresh off her 2007 stint in jail, socialite Paris Hilton went on Larry King Live to tell her side of the story. She somewhat unconvincingly claimed she rarely engaged in drinking and using drugs, despite various arrests to the contrary.

    American Idol judge Paula Abdul was visibly inebriated during an interview with a Fox affiliate. She was very animated and offered delayed responses to simple questions.

    Remember Charlie Sheen's rolling manic tirade a few years back? The Two And A Half Men star sat down with NBC's Jeff Rossen, discussing everything from having "tiger blood" and "Adonis DNA," to demanding $3 million per episode to return to his hit show.

    In a 2002 interview with Diane Sawyer, pop legend Whitney Houston was asked about alleged problems with drugs. Houston specifically denied using crack cocaine, uttering that "crack is wack," and that she was too classy to ever indulge in such a "cheap" high.

    Martin Bashir's 2003 documentary/interview with Michael Jackson offered him unprecedented access — and also raised eyebrows among fans. Jackson revealed that he saw nothing wrong with sharing his bed with children, one of the more peculiar claims in the wide-ranging piece.

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    Everyone’s favorite turncoat, Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian), finally met the sun in Sunday’s episode when ex-wife Sarah (Anna Camp) opened the ceiling at Vamp Camp and Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) refused to let Steve flee or feed from Bill (Stephen Moyer). Watch the scene below.

    McMillian phoned EW this afternoon from Kansas, where he’s visiting relatives and watched the episode last night with his mother. “I had warned my parents that I was going to be leaving the show this season, but I didn’t tell them how. So as she watched the death scene, she kept screaming, ‘I thought it would be in the finale! I thought it would be in the finale!’” he says, laughing. “And then she felt really bad afterwards and kept offering me more glasses of wine with frozen strawberries in them. Her maternal instincts took over and she’s like, ‘Are you okay? Do you need anything? Do you need more wine?’ I’m like, ‘I’m fine. Do you need more wine, mom? Because I think you’re more upset than I am.’”


    Everyone’s favorite turncoat, Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian), finally met the sun in Sunday’s episode when ex-wife Sarah (Anna Camp) opened the ceiling at Vamp Camp and Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) refused to let Steve flee or feed from Bill (Stephen Moyer). Watch the scene below.

    McMillian phoned EW this afternoon from Kansas, where he’s visiting relatives and watched the episode last night with his mother. “I had warned my parents that I was going to be leaving the show this season, but I didn’t tell them how. So as she watched the death scene, she kept screaming, ‘I thought it would be in the finale! I thought it would be in the finale!’” he says, laughing. “And then she felt really bad afterwards and kept offering me more glasses of wine with frozen strawberries in them. Her maternal instincts took over and she’s like, ‘Are you okay? Do you need anything? Do you need more wine?’ I’m like, ‘I’m fine. Do you need more wine, mom? Because I think you’re more upset than I am.’”

    ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Carrie Preston recently told us that everyone gets applause at the table read when their character dies.
    MICHAEL McMILLIAN: Absolutely. All of us in the cast — well, I’d say some of us — have always lived in constant fear that we might be killed off. Lauren Bowles, who plays Holly, she and I used to keep in touch with one another and just say, “Have you heard anything yet? Do you know if something’s happening to you this season?” So anytime a castmember is killed off, they get a nice send-away, and it was the same for Steve. It’s a big moment and it’s a funny moment in the script. I was checking [Twitter] last night, of course, and I was actually surprised that people thought it was as funny as it was. That made me really happy. And I also got a lot of messages saying that people were sad to see Steve go. So if you can pull off a death that is both sad and hilarious, I think you’ve done your job okay. I’m glad if Steve had to go, he’s going out on a memorable note.

    If you got to choose between Eric forcing Steve to burn in the sun, or Eric doing to Steve what he did to Dr. Overlark, what would you have picked?
    I would like to die with genitals intact, I think. And it’s a fitting end for Steve too. Meeting the sun was, of course, the only way he should have gone. That was his whole thing in season 2 [with the Fellowship of the Sun], so it was a nice twist of irony at the end.

    And Steve’s last line — “I love you, Jason Stackhouse!” — was your idea.
    That line was a real gift from [showrunner] Brian Buckner. In that conversation where he told me that they were gonna be killing me off, I had asked if I was gonna get a chance to work with Ryan Kwanten again. We hadn’t worked together all season, and that was really my only disappointment from this year, because I just love working with Ryan and I always love the Jason-Steve stuff, and I felt that they had left that door open for more. In my mind, Jason was always Steve’s true paramour. So when he told me that we weren’t [going to work together], but Jason would be present for Steve’s execution, I asked him if my last line could be, “I love you, Jason Stackhouse,” and he said yes — if it would make me feel better. He wrote it into the script, and that was super kind of him.

    Did Alexander Skarsgard do anything special for you?
    He gave me a very personal sendoff in the gag reel, which nobody but cast and crew saw. It was somewhat inappropriate and somewhat hilarious, but beyond that I really can’t describe it too much. [Laughs]

    I’m thinking there might have been skin involved then.
    There was a little skin involved. Yes.

    One of the questions I’ve seen asked by fans is why the vampires in the room didn’t just leave through the door from which Bill entered.
    Well, I think Steve figured that out at kinda the last minute [Laughs], that once that door was open they could all get out. You know, I don’t have a good answer for that question except that we’re all panicking, and that sun is coming in, and we’re also starved for blood when Bill arrives with the promise of fairy blood. That’s where everybody’s gonna go.

    Steve tried to tell Eric not to kill him because he’d be stronger in the future. Do you think Steve was actually capable of that?
    I do. I mean, I think Steve has always just wanted to belong to a club. That’s why he was so happy to be the leader of his own club for a while. I think that once he was brought into the vampire world and made part of the Authority, he was just so happy to be included. There’s definitely beef between him and Eric. Steve was the guy who kidnapped Godric, and that led to Godric’s death eventually, and obviously all the trouble he caused for Eric this season. I think Steve, too, felt that Russell’s death last year by Eric’s hand deserved some payback. I think he just really wanted to survive Vamp Camp and was doing it the best he could. He knew who Sarah Newlin was, and I think he felt his chances of getting out of there were better if he appealed to her rather than somebody like Eric. And unfortunately [Laughs] it just didn’t work out.

    Were you surprised that Sarah got to live?
    Well, no, I mean, have you see Anna Camp’s work this season? She’s amazing. And I think that the show rediscovered that human villains tend to be most compelling for this series — Russell Edgington notwithstanding. I think the heart of the series is that relationship between humans and vampires, so bringing Sarah back and making her the big bad this season, I think was a really smart choice on the writers’ side. And they’re lucky to have an actress like Anna who can totally pull that off while keeping that sense of humor intact.

    In your mind, where is Sarah headed when Jason lets her drive off?
    I don’t know. She could go back to the church, possibly. The Fellowship of the Sun is still out there, so maybe she’s gone back to them. She’s gotta get away though because she killed that woman [Tru Blood spokesperson Ms. Suzuki], and even though Vamp Camp is now a bloody massacre and her death will probably be blamed on vampires, I think Sarah’s gotta get away and re-examine her life for a minute. [Laughs] I don’t know. I’m excited where that character will go next.

    This fall, the book Steve Newlin’s Field Guide to Vampires (And Other Creatures of Satan) will be released. True Blood associate producer Gianna Sobol came up with the idea, and you helped co-write it. Tell us about it.
    This was Steve Newlin’s field guide that he was putting together after the Fellowship of the Sun takeover by the vampires at the end of season 2 and before he was turned sometime in that year where Sookie was missing. So it kinda fills in the gaps during that period where Steve and Sarah were splitting up, and he was doing a lot of spying and investigating on characters in the show and learning more about the supernatural world of True Blood, and these are all of his notes. And then once he was kidnapped by the vampires, this notebook was found in his abandoned car and eventually made its way into the hands of Pam and Eric, who go through and rewrite and annotate with snarky flair all of the things that Steve got wrong. Since we started writing it before season 6 really got into production, it covers a lot of seasons 1 through 5, and then we incorporate as much of season 6 as we can. It’s kinda like a True Blood wiki in a published form through the eyes of some of the funnier characters on the show.

    And there are re-created letters, postcards, and handwritten notes?
    The graphic design department at Chronicle did such a good job with it. We have little fliers that the Fellowship of the Sun would hand out to children on how to kill vampires. There’s an Anubis Airlines emergency instructional pamphlet on what to do if the plane is crashing and you need to evacuate your coffin. There’s a lot of really fun found materials. And then I went through and did a lot of doodles as Steve Newlin, so you get to see his drawings of werewolves and vampires and what he thinks fairies might look like if they do exist. [Laughs] It was a really fun book to put together. We try to keep that sense of humor alive throughout the whole thing.

    What’s next for you?
    I have a web series that will be launching Aug. 19 on YouTube on Justin Lin’s You Offend Me You Offend My Family network [The YOMYOMF Network]. That’s called Jon Davis Gets a Sex Robot, and I play Jon Davis.

    And you get a sex robot.
    Yeah. It’s pretty self-explanatory. It’s not as raunchy as you might think, but it’s pretty hilarious. And I’m going back to shoot some new episodes of Hot in Cleveland in September. I play Jane Leeves’ long-lost son, Owen, who she gave up for adoption, and he’s back in her life now with a baby of his own.

    What’s the biggest difference between the Hot in Cleveland set and the True Blood set?
    [Laughs] I would say Betty White is the biggest bloodsucker of them all.

    What did you guys think of the finale?! sad billith and sookie are not together :(

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    Lindsay Lohan gave her first post-rehab interview on Sunday’s “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” telling Oprah Winfrey, that “yeah,” she is an addict, and alcohol was her drug of choice.

    “That in the past was a gateway to other things for me,” said Lohan, who confessed she’s done cocaine 10 to 15 times.

    The starlet explained, “It was like a party thing. People would have it and I would do it.”

    Lohan, who insisted she’s never injected anything other than B12, went on to say taking Adderall was another one of her addictions.

    But it’s family trouble that the former child star believes kicked off her issues.

    “A lot of stuff went on when I was young with my family and I grew up in a very chaotic home…” she told Oprah. “Unfortunately, I waited too long to face it.”

    That chaos became “comfortable” and “normal” to the point where Lohan was “addicted” to it, and struggled living a healthy, calm lifestyle — which in turn led to many legal problems and six trips to rehab.

    Lohan, who was talking with Oprah four days after her release late last month, said she didn’t take earlier stints in rehab seriously because she had “resentment” about being there, an outlook that landed her in treatment time and again.

    After her first DUI, “You would think in that situation, someone would be like ‘Holy sh*t, I need to check myself,” Lohan said, but as an “addict,” she didn’t have that realization.

    “It’s the definition of insanity, doing the same thing over and over again,” she acknowledged.

    By 2010, when she was sentenced to 90 days in jail, Lohan had a much different attitude

    “I somewhere inside knew and kind of wanted to go to jail,” she confessed to the TV personality, admitting, “just to find some peace and have no choice but to just sit and be.”

    Released in just weeks due to jail overcrowding, more trouble followed, but Lohan is convinced her recent 90-day stint in rehab was different than ever before.

    “I don’t think in the past I ever fully surrendered to the fact that I just needed to shut up and listen. In this case, I wasn’t fighting at all,” she said.

    Reflecting on being tabloid fodder for years, Lohan said she “hates” being the symbol for child star gone wrong, noting, “It’s not what I ever aspired to be and it’s not what I want for my life.”

    But career success was also partially responsible for Lohan’s problems, with the actress admitting she got paid way “too much” at too young of an age, and ended up “wasting” loads of money.

    Lohan, who said she’s her “own worst enemy,” told Oprah she believes “there’s nothing that can stand in my way” if she takes what she’s learned the past few months and lives “in the moment.”

    “I have to regain the trust of people and my career… and I fully respect that,” she said.

    Lohan, who calls herself a “spiritual person,” says she now has an “appreciation” for what she has in her life, and is “tired” of living the way she has for so many years.

    She told the former talk show host, “I’ve lived so many lives in one lifetime as this point, and it’s not interesting me to anymore.”

    The Mean Girls star went on to say she has “some serious guardian angels” for not injuring herself or anyone else during her wildest of times.

    As for her current relationship with her controversial parents, Lohan — who teared up at various points, including talking about her family — said “nobody’s perfect,” and doesn’t believe her family ever exploited her, at least not “intentionally.”

    “I hate what a bad rap people give my parents, because they’re just parents, really, at the end of the day,” she said, adding, “I don’t blame anyone for my mistakes.”

    Rattling off a list of well-known misdoings, Lohan said, “I did [things] and I’m not proud of it, and all I can do is keep doing what I’m doing now.”

    She vowed to not put herself in certain situations — noting that it’s “open season” for people to judge her if she does — and expressed frustration that it’s “boring” to others if she stays on her path of recovery.

    But, Lohan said, that’s exactly what she plans to do.

    “I feel whole again,” expressed Lohan, who said she’s off Adderall and all other drugs. ”I have such a desire to want to keep this feeling and stay this way, and I’m willing to do whatever it takes.”

    A docu-series about Lohan rebuilding her career and staying sober will air on OWN next year.

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    Steve Wozniak gave an impromptu review of "Jobs" this week by speaking out against the film in the discussion section of a Gizmodo review of the movie. "Jobs," which stars Ashton Kutcher as the late Apple boss Steve Jobs, has received mixed reviews from critics.

    Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, took to the discussion section after seeing the film, writing,"I saw 'Jobs' tonight. I thought the acting throughout was good. I was attentive and entertained but not greatly enough to recommend the movie."

    He went on to speak to Kutcher's portrayal of Jobs by saying,"I suspect a lot of what was wrong with the film came from Ashton's own image of Jobs."

    The tech innovator also addressed Kutcher's recent claim that Wozniak was being paid to criticize "Jobs," calling his statements "disingenuous and wrong," writing, "These are examples of Ashton still being in character... I was turned off by the 'Jobs' script. But I still hoped for a great movie."

    This isn't Wozniak's first review of the film. "There were a lot of things wrong," he recently told Bloomberg. "I didn't like seeing a lot of people I know not get the respect they deserve."


    I knew it. Lesley Ann Warren is the only good thing about the film!

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    The aftermath of vampires with fae blood and the end of the season arc. Eric burns up—or does he?

    Alcide and Sookie take a walk after the funeral. They see the frolicking, day-walking vampires. The vampires are so happy they are stripping and dancing to swing music and burning their prison garb. Sookie runs up to Jason, which annoys Violet, who’s all jealous until she’s convinced Sookie really is his sister. As Violet kisses Sookie on the mouth, Jason says,“She’s European.” Pam and Tara both hug Sookie.

    In the fairy realm, which seems to be filmed with gauze, Warlow is making a May tree when Sookie shows up. He tells her that when night falls they will get married. But Sookie is hedging, now that her friends are not in danger. She wants him to date her, as in spend time together in the real world. She says her friends will accept him– meaning Bill and Eric, but Jason and Tara. Warlow seems to think about it then slaps her and semi-strangles her. Well, we were waiting for that Warlow to return.

    The vamps are playing volleyball. They don’t even look pale. Shouldn’t they, after no sunlight for, you know, centuries? Like, you know, Violet? Oh well. Hollywood. Pam can’t get into the spirit of it all, and tells Tara she’s going to go after Eric. And off she goes.

    Bill seems depressed because his Lillith powers are gone after he shared all that blood. He tells Jessica, “Sookie… this blood that’s allowing you to walk around in the daylight, came at a price.” He means Warlow, of course, and now being Bill again, he’s feeling a little bad about that. Jessica urges him to go save Sookie, because he once told her to protect his humanity. “Please, do not make a failure out of me,” she pleads. When he finds out, Jason’s really mad. He doesn’t think Andy will let them use Adelyn to get to the fairy plane., and he’s right about that, because Adelyn orders her upstairs, but when Adelyn hears it’s Sookie that needs help, she pauses. But Adelyn wants to because Sookie’s the only girl like her that she knows. She couldn’t save… and here she names three anems, which I guess were the numbered sisters that Jessica ate. So Andy agrees and grabs a big old gun.

    Warlow’s got Sookie bound to the maypole, and scorns the idea of hobnobbing with her lowlife friends in Bon Ton. And he’s kind of an idiot, because all he had to do was hang around a few weeks and it would have worked out. He’s all obsessed with getting his past back, so she makes her big ball of light and threatens to throw it away which would destroy his plans to have a fairy-vampire bride. He stops her by tying her some more. He takes a bite out of her, and Adelyn hears Sookie’s mind saying she doesn’t want to be a vampire.

    Bill takes Takahashi into the forest. Takahashi pleads, and Bill, predictably, glamors him to forget everything that happened. That worked. And in Takahashi’s bag are bundles of cash.

    Adelyn doesn’t know what to do, and when Bill explains she needs to be scared, Villet terrifies her. So they all teleport into Fae land. Warlow and Bill fight. Lots of grunting. Warlow is staked but the others go back to Bon Ton. Warlow gets there too and he and Violet have it out.

    Bill can’t enter the house because of that uninvited thing from a few weeks ago. Warlow taunts him and stomps through the house. He finds Sookie in the shower stall. He tells her she’ll learn to love him in a few thousand years. “I do not complete you,” she says. And the spectral form of Grandpa Niall holds him back while Jason stakes him but good this time. It’s working, as the veins of death appear and he crumbles. “Sookie?” Warlow says as he dies. Niall asks for help and they grab him and pull him out of the gooey place. Warlow’s dust.

    And in Are, Sweden, a naked Eric is reading in the snow, for some reason. But the blood thing is wearing off and he’s starting to fry. He catches fire. And screams a lot.

    Six months later, Lawrence O’Donnell tells us that the new virus Hepatitis-V continues to be a big problem, but the author William Compton has written a bestseller called “And God Bled.” Bill tells him that he used to be a god. Sookie and Alcide seem to be getting along as do Jason and Violet. They are having sex, but it’s all him making her happy, and not the other way. He’s pleading with her. All she will say is “in due time” and “I’m sorry baby.”

    Not long after, people get blood tests to find out if they are carriers, in the church. And at the church, Sam asks every uninfected person to have a monogamous relationship with a vampire. At a barbecue that night, Tara’s mother comes over to talk. She walks into a barn and apologizes to Tara for everything. She sometimes forgot to feed her for days on end, so she wants to feed her now. She takes off her jacket. Tara resists at first, but then, feeds on mommy. Jessica goes to Andy’s house to tell him that he and Adelyn will always be protected. Andy’s not thrilled to see her.

    Bill tells Sookie she needs a vampire in her life to protect her, and he’s offering it to her. Alcide growls, which is pretty funny, and although Bill insists she needs vamp protection, Sookie’s not into it. She tells Bill that even at his best, she could never really trust him. But just then, Bill is distracted by a smell.

    A hungry, nasty-looking gang of vampires is approaching.

    And with that, the season ends.


    what the fuck was that finale?...

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    Each week, we [Vanity Fair] look at the biggest celebrity news—and amuse ourselves by imagining how those celebrities might have reacted.

    Coldplay will have a song on the soundtrack for the next Hunger Games movie.

    Gwyneth Paltrow—sipping on kale juice, on day three of her biweekly juice cleanse—enters Chris Martin’s studio as he puts the finishing touches on the track.

    She snorts with laughter. “Heh. The Hunger Games. Welcome to my world, Martin.”


    Lady GaGa releases her single “Applause” a day after Katy Perry releases her single “Roar”; “Roar” has remained in the top position on the iTunes chart.

    Lady GaGa sits cross-legged on a mountaintop.

    The orange paint that coats her entire body has almost dried; the tiara made out of newt corpses rests wearily on her head. She refreshes iTunes on her phone; she sees the rough outline of a four-letter word in the No. 1 spot.

    She tosses her phone off the mountain and lets out a primal scream. “Abramović! Where the fuck are you when I need you?!!?!”


    Jennifer Aniston reportedly switches her flight reservations when she learns she and Angelina Jolie are booked for the same flight.

    “You know why Jennifer Aniston loves airplanes . . . ?” Angelina whispers to a napping Vivienne.

    “Because they’re the only place anyone watches her movies.”


    Prince William, in his first public speech since the birth of the Royal Baby, is photographed with a hawk resting on his arm.

    Kate Middleton, watching the news on television, feeds George with a spoon. George looks up and points at the hawk.

    “Yes, Papa is playing with a hawk . . . because our lives are made up of one silly appearance after another where we have to pose with strange animals and odd artifacts and bizarre artwork and smile and nod and shake hands and wave, and then the pictures show up on every Web site and newspaper—even if it’s a terrible picture in which one of our eyes is closed or you can see Will’s bald spot. It’s so all encompassing I have actually learned how to go an hour without blinking. Did you know that? It burns, George. It burns.”

    She snaps out of it and shakes her head quickly. “I mean, Yes, Papa is playing with a hawk. Can you say hawk, Georgie? Hawk.”


    Kevin Federline gets married to former professional volleyball player Victoria Prince in Las Vegas.

    Britney Spears lays on her bed watching Princesses Long Island. Her manager enters and informs her that Kevin got married.

    Britney picks up a half-finished iced coffee that’s been on her bedroom floor for over a week, as if to raise it up, but she stops herself.
    “No, that’s too classy, even,” she mutters, as she retrieves a bottle of Mountain Dew from underneath her bed (the liquid has turned an almost-gray color). 

    “This is more like it,” she smirks, holding up the bottle as a toast. “To Kevin!”

    More celebrity fanfiction of the latest celebrity news, Vanity Fair-style, at the ( SOURCE )

    What would your fictional take be on the latest celebrity news, ONTD?

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    Bill Belichick has done the seemingly impossible in New England. He turned Tim Tebow into a non-story, a nearly forgotten player.

    But sometimes Tebow just can't help but turn in an unforgettable performance that makes him a story.

    The Patriots' No. 3 quarterback completed only 1 of 7 passes for negative-1 yard with an interception during the team's 25-21 preseason victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Friday night. Tebow had another deep throw to rookie wide receiver Aaron Dobson that should have been picked off, but the Bucs dropped it. Tebow's accuracy was very rough.

    Tebow rushed for 30 yards, but his struggles will raise the question of if he will make the Patriots' 53-man roster. New England only is playing him at quarterback, and the Patriots sometimes only have carried two quarterbacks on their roster during the Tom Brady era. Tebow ultimately is competing against wide receivers and defensive backs who are trying to make the roster with special-teams skills.

    "I feel like I'm fighting to get better every day," Tebow said when Albert Breer asked him about his roster status.

    Belichick has spent time installing special plays for Tebow at quarterback, but the results haven't been there in the preseason. Another performance like this would put Tebow at risk of falling on the wrong side of the roster bubble.

    Source: nfl

    A lot of us weren't able to join the first ONTD Fantasy Football League so I made another one!

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    Okay, so Vogule has to be the brain surgeon? He puts her down in the end of this promo! But if that's the case, why did she act so shocked when she was alone and receiving brain parts at her doorstep? I mean, it does seem too obvious if she is the actual killer. What do y'all think?

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    Swedish videogamer, Felix Kjellberg (a.k.a. PewDiePie) now has 11.941 million subscribers, narrowly edging previous leader, Smosh.

    Swedish videogamer Felix Kjellberg, who goes by the YouTube moniker “PewDiePie,” now has the most popular channel on the Google video site with 11.941 million subscribers as of Friday.

    PewDiePie may be virtually unknown among mainstream auds — but his YouTube channel has more subscribers than those run by celebs including Rihanna, Justin Bieber, One Direction and Taylor Swift.

    The PewDiePie channel has garnered more than 2.2 billion video views to date. Earlier this year, the Swede teamed up with multichannel network company Maker Studios. PewDiePie and his channel are featured as a cornerstone member of the Polaris network (previously called “The Game Station”).

    When I started my YouTube channel in 2010, I never imagined that one day it would be the most subscribed channel in the world and that I would be a part of such a great community,” Kjellberg said in a statement.

    Previously, the top YouTube channel was Smosh, featuring comedy duo Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla, which is run by Alloy Digital. Smosh closely trails PewDiePie, with 11.926 million subscribers as of Friday.

    Kjellberg plays games and records his commentary and reactions, specializing in horror and action genres. He’s known for his shrieks of fear and joy, appealing to a global audience he calls “The Bros.” The PewDiePie channel also features montages that weave together the best bits from other vids.

    According to Maker Studios, PewDiePie — pronounced “pew-dee-pie” — will celebrate his No. 1 slot with a slate of upcoming videos. “I’m just a guy from Sweden who likes to laugh and make other people laugh,” Kjellberg says in the description section of his YouTube channel.

    In addition to his own content, Kjellberg has created videos with girlfriend Marzia Bisognin (a.k.a. CutiePieMarzia), who also is a Maker Studios partner and part of fashion and beauty network, The Platform.

    PewDiePie “is a great example of how a YouTube content creator can amass a worldwide following due to passion and creativity, and his large subscriber base showcases the loyalty and strong connection he has to his ‘bros,’” said Ben Donovan, co-founder and prexy of Maker Studios.

    Culver City, Calif.-based Maker Studios’ investors include Time Warner Inc.; Greycroft Partners; Robert Downey Jr.; Elisabeth Murdoch; FUEL: M+C, the investment company for Jon Miller and Jimmy Yaffe; Maker chairman Ynon Kreiz; Daher Capital; and Lightstorm’s Jon Landau.

    ( SOURCE )

    Further proof that Swedish people are AWESOME and flawless.

    Anyway, which non-celebrity YouTubers do you subscribe to, or watch videos of, ONTD?

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