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    When actress Jessica Chastain attended the Sundance Film Festival more than a year ago, making the rounds for the film Take Shelter, she spoke on a panel for The Creative Coalition. The focus was squarely on her co-star Michael Shannon, who had been graced with an Oscar nom -- and hardly on the 30-year-old newcomer.

    Boy have times changed. In the span of about a year, Chastain's profile has risen to the top thanks to the deluge of films featuring this new It Girl and drawing critical acclaim.

    Though appearances in such films as Tree of Life, Take Shelter, Corialanus and The Debt, to mention four, she has captured both public and critical attention. But it was The Help that garnered three crucial nominations including one for Chastain in the Best Supporting Actress Oscar category.

    Prompted by this dazzling spotlight, I culled the following Q&A from sundry roundtables and press conferences focusing on her role in The Help.

    Q: You and Octavia Spencer were both unknowns when you started with this movie. How have things changed?

    JC: She came to the Tree of Life premiere in LA. Yeah, there has been a change, but when we made the film, we were like, "Pay attention to us! We're in the film!"

    Q: So how did you get involved with The Help?

    JC: I read the script, and loved, loved, loved it. I absolutely connected with [my character] Celia [Foote]. I was bullied a lot when I was a little kid, so she was heartbreaking to me. The idea of playing Celia was really beautiful. I really loved her zest and love for life.

    I went in to auditions and my first meeting with [director/writer] Tate Taylor, and I read with Octavia Spencer, the glorious woman here [who plays Minny Jackson] -- the African-American maid who really rats out the white women that she and the other housekeepers work for].

    Our very first scene that we read... The scene just ended, and it's that moment just before you break character, and we're looking at each other, smiling, and she says, "I love you" and I said, "I love you!"

    From that moment on, it was like, "I have to do this part." I fought for it. I screen-tested, I followed the actors. That's my favorite thing with doing movies, it's working with [the] people. I knew after meeting [Octavia] that I had to work with her.

    The film has come out since, but we were both the unknowns. We were the ones that really fought for the roles. Maybe that's why we love each other so much.

    Q: What was like to be bullied as a kid?

    JC: I was always a little awkward, a redhead, and very freckly. Kids like to make fun of people who are different. I had short red hair and wore workout boots, so I got teased really badly for having red hair and being different.

    There was a lot of teasing and making fun of, but [I didn't have a] community or [was] finding friends until I found theater. If you watch that show Glee, they all find each other and connect. That's what it was like for me!

    Q: What do you think about the issue of racism today?

    JC: I remember the election [in 2008]... Look at the debates with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, and the comments being thrown out at both sides. There were sexist comments about Hillary and racist comments about Obama, so it's really shocking to me to think we haven't progressed further than we are now. But I feel, too, that every day is a step in the right direction.

    Q: Do you feel this movie has helped?

    JC: It was great for me, because Celia is such a gorgeous person and has so much to give the world. She grew up in Sugar Ditch, Tennessee. I did the research into what it was like growing up there in that time period. It was predominantly black. She was a woman who was color blind and [referring to Minny] she didn't understand why can't we be friends, why can't I have lunch with you, why can't I hug you.

    For her, [racism] doesn't even come into play. She thinks it's the most ridiculous thing. So there was a joy in that for me to play. I didn't have to play someone who's aware of racism and lives in that world, because Celia refuses to live in that world because it's no part of her.

    Q: It seems like a very female-centric film. Was there a different atmosphere on the set?

    JC: It was a lot of camaraderie. I've made seven films in the past four years, [and] I've had all these co-stars over the years like Brad Pitt, Sean Penn, Tom Hardy, Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes... All alpha men.

    But I really do believe that the greatest love story in any film I've made is the love story between Celia and Minnie. Working on this set with women, you don't realize how barren that landscape is until you go and work on that film and go, "Hey, all these actors... Wait a minute, I'm not the only girl here!"

    It was such a great experience that I hope I will be afforded more. We were really supportive of each other, and I believe the movie turned out the way it did because we all had each other's back, and we were all each other's cheerleader.

    Q: How did you prepare for your role?

    JC: Well, I ate a lot of food. That was fun. I would microwave some vegan ice cream and chug that down when I wasn't gaining. I remember when I first came to rehearsal, they were like, "you haven't gained enough weight" and I'm like, "I'm trying!"

    So day after day it was eating and eating and eating. [Then] I see the film, so thank god I did. I mean, hello! Celia is a woman! That was great.

    I actually went to Sugar Ditch, Tenn. It's very different, of course, than when Celia was there.

    I got very lucky at a party. It was the very beginning of rehearsals, and I saw this woman and I thought, "She looks just like Celia would be." I sat down and started talking, and she said, "Well, how' ya doin'?"

    I said, "What are you doing here?" And she said, "Well, Kay is my daughter [Kathryn Stockett is the author of the book], and I'm here to support her." And I said, "I'm playing Celia" and she said, "Oh, good, that's a good part."

    I thought, I have to get her voice, because that's [Celia's] voice. So I called [her] and said how can we do this? You got to help me! So we took her out to lunch and she had no idea that I think she's Celia. I was recording her voice and saying, "Can you say this line?"

    Then when we were filming the benefit scene, I'm standing there in all my glory in that sparkly pink dress and hanging out with all the extras. She comes up with all her friends and points to me and goes, "I just want you all to know that I inspired this lady right here."

    So by that point she realized she was half the inspiration for Celia.

    I also watched a lot of Marilyn Monroe films and read her biography, because in the novel she's more than once connected to Marilyn.

    Q: Are you choosing scripts differently now?

    JC: I choose things that are completely different [from each other]. So the reason I also really connected to Celia is that it's very different from Tree of Life. I like things where I can do a physical transformation, and I love accents and voices, and I'm never going to play the same character twice. Unless they decide to makeThe Help 2.

    Each time I got to a set, everyone acted like, "Are you excited? Is it your first time?" So I guess the good thing is, that won't happen anymore.

    I guess the only difference that I notice now is that I am getting scripts that are very exciting to read and that is a wonderful thing that's been afforded me.

    Q: Are you looking for plays to do on or off Broadway?

    JC: The problem with Broadway is that it's such a long-time commitment, as it should, and actually I've never done a play for that long because even with Othello we had breaks. On Broadway, you don't have breaks.

    Q: They offer someone a six-month run.

    JC: But that's still a long time with eight shows a week.

    Q: You can make four more movies in that time.

    JC: Yeah, and also, I'm the kind of person [who] when I'm doing a play, and even when I'm working, I don't do anything else. When I'm working, I just work.

    When I was doing Othello in New York, I couldn't do anything too stressful. I would save my energy for the evening.

    You become a prisoner to your role. For me, it's the time commitment. I look at it that way, like, "Am I okay not leaving my house and just going to the theater for six months?"

    Q: And TV?

    JC: I've done a lot of guest stars. I was on Law & Order and tons of stuff.

    Q: Would you do a series?

    JC: I'm begging for it. Every time I see Boardwalk Empire, I'm like, "I want to play a recurring role."

    For me it's the thing of, like, I'm more interested in a recurring role than [being] a series regular right now, because if I had a family I would say, "Let‛s do a series regular."

    But I love stretching myself and challenging myself, and so the idea of playing the same character for six years is a bit like, "ugh."


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    Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has admitted that he regrets calling their recent album 'Mylo Xyloto'.

    The band named their fifth studio effort after "two words that you couldn't even Google". But Martin has now said the title is causing him a headache because it is confusing fans.

    He told Good Morning America: It's just something that we thought looked really good but everywhere we go around the world people pronounce it in the most crazy ways and we're beginning to regret it now.
    The singer also recently downplayed the band's success at the Brit Awards, claiming they only won Best British Group because there were no other bands to chose from.

    "To be honest, most British bands have split up," Martin said. "Blur have gone, Pulp have gone, Take That are on holiday, we're the only British band left on the pitch! But we'll take that."

    They beat Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian and Elbow to the gong. Meanwhile, Coldplay will kick off their first North American tour in nearly three years on April 17.


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    The Internet is buzzing this week with the news that straight, rising cage fighter Dakota Cochrane is a former gay-for-pay porn star with ties to San Diego.

    Cochrane, aka Danny from Sean Cody Films, is one of 32 finalists named this week to compete on the FX reality show, “The Ultimate Fighter Live.”

    The Nebraska native made 16 films for Sean Cody Films, which is based in San Diego. Danny appeared in such titles as “Danny & Terry,” “Danny Ford,” “Danny’s Toys,” “Nicolas & Danny,” “Danny & Billy,” “Parker, Billy & Danny,” “Danny & Cole” and other titles too explicit for general audiences.

    But Cochrane told that he regretted his actions. “Every time I was down there [shooting at Sean Cody Films in San Diego], I hated it,” he said.

    “It’s definitely a decision I regret,” Cochrane told MMA Fighting. “If I would have known what would happen I definitely wouldn’t have done it. But I had money issues and I needed help. I went there to do pictures, and they started throwing pretty high numbers in front of me. I didn’t really think. It was a big mistake.”

    Cochrane, 25, apparently fully informed UFC about his porn past, and that didn’t stop him from earning a contract.

    While at the University of Nebraska-Kearney, Cochrane was a track team member who ran the 4x100 meter relay and pole vaulted.

    Click for NSFW link to the 16 films

    (Click photo for NSFW)

    Source S2 S3 (nsfw)

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    Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Emilia Clarke & Kit Harington on the hit TV series.

    Interview by Helen O'Hara
    Season one of fantasy mega-hit Game Of Thrones hits DVD and Blu-ray this Monday March 5, and since we're huge fans we leapt at the chance to talk to some of the cast this week. Nicolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) and Kit Harington (Jon Snow) chatted about which actors have the easiest time of it during filming, which characters they think will survive the series, and how long they personally would last on Westeros. Spoiler-free, unless you consider speculation spoiler-ific.


    Interviewer: Based on nothing more than season 1, so no spoilers, who do you think will make it?

    Kit: I reckon Tyrion's got the know how to do it. And I think Daenerys is a pretty tough girl. I think she's gonna get there.

    Emilia: Who do I think will make it? Ah my goodness. I think that um, Jon Snow. Yeah, I think the people who are kind of out there on the edges, I think, stand a good chance. He's my champion. And Theon Greyjoy; I looove him!

    Nikolaj: Mmmm. That's a good question. It's one of those things, I think after, when Ned Stark dies, you kind of just go "I wonder who would survive." I mean, I think mmm, Bran might make it to the end, because he's like--it's one of those things where you just go, he was just a kid and he lost his legs. I mean, that's just--to kill him, that would be really unfair.
    Interviewer: I think that's the guilty conscience talking.
    Nikolaj: And he's growing into this wise, wise young being, so he could probably be a good king.

    didn't see this posted so I think it's brand new...

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    Actress Amy Poehler enjoyed a warm winter day in a t-shirt carrying her delightful red hair son Abel James Arnett after leaving Toms Toys on Beverly drive in Beverly Hills, California on March 3, 2012

    Adorable as always!


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    Bradley Soileau (the tattoo dude in the Born To Die mv) posted this on his Instagram,
    so I guess he's going to be in the Blue Jeans music video as well.

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    Hemsworth needs a bigger gun. We’re at Oak Tree Gun Club outside Los Angeles to shoot targets and blow off steam but the weapons on the rental wall are dinkier than the actor was expecting. The .22- and .38-calibre handguns are fine for, you know, a housewife from the ’burbs. But Hemsworth, who grew up in country Victoria, is craving serious firepower.

    “How’s that one up there?” he says, nodding at an AK-47.

    Not for rent today, the young clerk tells him.

    “The Russian rifle?”


    Hemsworth adjusts his sunglasses and goes with a Glock .357, the so-called “pocket rocket”.

    “Easy to handle with a ton of velocity,” the clerk assures him. “It’s great if you haven’t done much shooting.”

    Hemsworth inspects it. He’s tall, nearly six foot four, and the pistol looks like a toy in his massive hand. At 22, he’s still got the sinewy lank of adolescence — skinny legs, narrow at the waist, a torso that broadens into a V. When Miley Cyrus, the pop icon formerly known as Hannah Montana and his on-again, off-again girlfriend, first met him, she said, “I got a little bit nervous about how big he was, in height. I was like, ‘I’m going to have to stand on apple boxes or something.’”

    Out on the shooting range, Hemsworth presses a few bullets into the Glock’s magazine and clips it in. Even with the gun, there’s nothing menacing about the way he looks. His ears are a little big, his eyebrows are children’s-book caterpillars. Hemsworth grew up surfing on Phillip Island and he’s dressed like it: scuffed surf shoes, a faded blue T-shirt, jeans designed more for utility than fashion. Cyrus loves to complain about what he wears. She told the BBC’s Graham Norton in 2010 that Hemsworth’s taste is “a little odd”, pointing out his fondness for wearing board shorts when he’s not going to the beach.

    Still, fierceness takes over when Hemsworth settles in the pistol bay. Dozens of targets are set up on hay bales at various distances. A bullseye here, a steel paddle there. Metal ducks and rabbits move on motorised wheels. Hemsworth wraps both hands around the weapon and starts firing.

    Rabbit. “Bang!” he says.

    Duck. “Bang!”

    Red paddle, white paddle, blue paddle, terrorist silhouette. Bang, bang, bang, bang — Hemsworth nails them all as shell casings clink around his feet. He sets down the gun and smiles.

    “Well, that didn’t feel too bad,” he says.

    Read the full article in GQ Style's March 2012 issue. On sale now.
    Photographer: Dusan Reljin

    Press Conference

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    Godspell's resident Jesus and Weeds star Hunter Parrish is adding another credit to his resume: solo artist. Parrish recently completed an EP record titled Guessing Games that will soon be available for sale in the lobby of Godspell’s home at the Circle in the Square Theatre, with a wider release to follow. recently caught up with Parrish to learn about his first solo effort.

    (picture from Godspell cast recording session)

    “This is a chance for me to show people that I write my own music and to share another part of myself,” he said of the EP, which he hopes to potentially later develop into a full album. “It’s because of the encouragement I’ve had through Godspell that I realized this is the right time to share that part of me. It’s a very exciting opportunity.” Parrish worked with Los Angeles-based producers Dan James and Leah Haywood of Layer Cake Records to co-write his music, which he describes as “pop folk,” and credits artists like John Mayer, Ryan Adams and Sufjan Stevens as influences.

    “A lot of the music is about love,” Parrish said of the EP. “Some of it is just love for my momma [one track is called “Oh, Mother”] and there are some ex-girlfriends I’ve been writing about,” the currently single actor said. So, is he nervous about how his former flames might react? “I don’t think they’ll be angry, I’m not like Taylor Swift!” he said with a laugh. “One song is just about the simplicity of being with a girl in general and wanting every moment of life to be spent with her.”

    The songs also focus on other topics including Parrish’s growing career and his formative years spent in the spotlight on a popular TV series. “The title track is about trying to make strategic choices for what you’re going to do [in life] and the truth is, sometime you can’t and just have to go with the flow, and not try so hard. That has been a big lesson for me in the last few years.”

    While Parrish is enjoying his time in Godspell, he is aware that with Jesus Christ Superstar now in previews at the Neil Simon Theater, he’s no longer Broadway’s only Jesus. “He’s a little older and more experienced in this genre,” Parrish said of Superstar leading man Paul Nolan. “Everyone from Godspell is going to see the show this week to support them, so it’s very exciting. I just hope come Tony season they only remember the first Jesus,” he joked.

    Want to know more about Parrish’s singing career, life on Weeds or anything else? Be sure to submit a question for when he stops by’s studios to film his very own Ask a Star video feature.



    This guy is practically perfect. I saw Godspell twice last week and got the chance to talk to him a few times and he is just unbelievably nice and sweet. He remembered and recognized me while he was on stage and at the stage door autograph line. I hope the wide release of the EP isn't too long after they start selling it at the theatre or I'm going to have to send a local to Circle in the Square to buy it for me. (Who am I kidding, I'm totally doing that anyway.)

    Oh and please excuse any errors. This is my first time posting anything other than a reply. I've been waiting all day for someone else to post this first. lol

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  • 03/03/12--20:23: SNL Post: Lindsay Lohan

  • Feed Links:
    (Links die often, sorry if these don't work.)

    Quick Caps:

    Here is the rundown for the season so far.
    Week number, Host, +SkitsWithHader -SkitsWithoutHader

    Week 1, Alec Baldwin: +4 -6
    Week 2, Melissa McCarthy: +5 -6
    Week 3, Ben Stiller: +4 -8
    Week 4, Anna Faris +6 -5
    Week 5: Charlie Day +7 -3
    Week 6: Emma Stone +5 -5
    Week 7: Jason Segel +4 -8
    Week 8: Steve Buscemi +5 -6
    Week 9: Katy Perry +6 -5
    Week 10: Jimmy Fallon +5 -6
    Week 11: Charles Barkley +6 -7
    Week 12: Daniel Radcliffe +9 -7
    Week 13: Channing Tatum +4 -7
    Week 14: Zooey Deschanel +4 -10 *Note: He was not there.
    Week 15: Maya Rudolph +5 -5
    Week 16: Lindsay Lohan +8 -6

    Opener: Fox Report w/Shepard Smith (Hader)
    Monologue: Everyone thinks Lilo will mess up (Bonus Jimmy Fallon & Jon Hamm) (No Hader)
    The Real Housewives of Disney (No Hader, but hilarious)
    2012 Psychic Awards (Hader)
    Scared Straight (Hader)
    Jack White
    Weekend Update (Hader) (Bonus Hamm)
    Delinquent Girl Teen Gang(Hader)
    Digital Short: Save the Date! (No Hader)
    B108 Radio Station (No Hader)
    Chantax quit smoking (Hader) (Repeat)
    House Sitting (No Hader) (Worst skit of the night)
    Verizon Ad (Hader) (Repeat)
    Jack White
    Rude Buddha (Hader)
    Weird guy by a fire (No Hader, except voice over)



    Old Bad Lilo references

    Whole monologue, Scared Straight

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    Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and Liam Hemsworth pose together as they kick off The Hunger Games U.S. Mall Tour at Westfield Century City on Saturday (March 3) in Los Angeles.

    The Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins recently posted a glowing review of the film based on her book on her Facebook page.

    “I’ve just had the opportunity to see the finished film of The Hunger Games. I’m really happy with how it turned out,” Suzanne wrote. “I feel like the book and the film are individual yet complementary pieces that enhance one another. The film opens up the world beyond Katniss’ point of view, allowing the audience access to the happenings of places like the Hunger Games control room and President Snow’s rose garden, thereby adding a new dimension to the story.”

    “And, my God, the actors. The cast, led by the extraordinary Jennifer Lawrence, is absolutely wonderful across the board. It’s such a pleasure to see how they’ve embodied the characters and brought them to life,” Suzanne added about the cast.

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    ONE Direction take to the stage as a quartet - after Zayn Malik was forced to fly home from the band's US tour following a death in his family.

    Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson confidently performed at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Connecticut minus their boyband pal.

    Zayn, 19, flew home on Wednesday following news of the sudden death of his aunt.

    He is expected to rejoin the tour at a later date, after spending some time with his family and attending the funeral.

    Splash Bandmate Harry Styles tweeted:
    "Zayn has suffered a loss in his family & has had to go home for a few days so won't be at our next shows in the US. "Our thoughts are with him and his family at this sad time."

    The message was retweeted by bandmates Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne.

    And support from One Direction's huge fan base started to flood in for the bereaved star.

    One anecdote he retweeted read: "God has no Phone, but I talk to him. He has no Facebook, but he is still my friend. He does not have a twitter, but I still follow him. "

    One Direction are on tour in the states as a support act for fellow boyband Big Time Rush.

    You can watch the videos of the band singing Zayn's bits, here.


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    Chola White aka Lady Casper


    All we can say is “Wow.” A new website, Cholafied, has accomplished exactly what you’d expect: giving Photoshopped “chola” makeovers to celebs — such as Adele and Justin Bieber; Rihanna and Lana Del Rey – with hilarious results.

    The site features a slew of A-listers with newly painted on, heavily arched black brows, dark lip liner and pale, frosted lipstick. While we’re not into stereotypes of any kind, we thought it appropriate in this instance to give some background on the “chola” look. Often rocked by Latinas, a typical chola has the makeup we just described, often accompanied by heavily gelled hair (for the “crunchy” curly look) or tight ponytails, flannel shirts and lots of gold jewelry.

    The “cholafied” famous faces are particularly hilarious, and some aren’t even faces: even Angelina Jolie’s now-notorious leg got the chola treatment. The effects are part creepy clown, part unfortunate yearbook photo and all in all hysterical. Our favorite is Justin Bieber’s look — with the two penciled in beauty marks! Which “cholafied” makeover is your favorite?

    Chola Del Rey

    Chola Bieber aka Crazy White Girl

    Honey Boo Boo Child aka You Is Smart, You Is Kind, You Is Chola


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    Fans awaiting the return of NBC’s Community will soon have something to tide them over until new episodes resume March 15.
    The Community gang gets animated for a three-part short, Abed’s Master Key, with Part I hitting and Hulu March 7. Parts II and III will be available on March 8 and 9.

    Series regulars voiced their characters, for the short, which sees trouble brewing when Abed, played by Danny Pudi, gets his hands on the master key to Greendale Community College, the fictional school the characters attend.

    The shorts were written by Dave Seger and Tom Kauffman, creators of the web series Ikea Heights.

    “The Community actors and team were eager to lend their voices and support to an effort intended to engage their loyal fan base that has rabidly kept the show thriving,”said Chris Van Amburg, senior vice president of U.S. marketing at Sony Pictures Television, in a statement.

    NBC says the shorts are being rolled out to raise awareness of the show’s return March 15 at 8 p.m.

    Congratulations to Jim Rash video with new scenes from the show:

    Did anyone go to the Community Paley panel tonight?

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    Source: Rolling Stone
    Photography by: Peggy Sirota
    Scanned by: katie-kapulet
    i think the jon/dany shippers might need resuscitating...

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  • 03/04/12--06:39: New Nadia Oh Single

  • buy / x x

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    Queen Cheryl “Chezza” Cole, she of The Almighty Aloud and X Factor GIFs aplenty, recently put the finishing touches on her third studio album, which is due out later in 2012.

    Now, the pop beans have been spilled by Sunday Mirror columnist Dean Piper, who confirmed earlier today that “We Found Love” hit-maker Calvin Harris worked with Cheryl on “a dance classic” which will likely act as the lead single from the upcoming campaign. (There’s also talk of on the song, which is just…)

    No. Let’s not get sad. If Cheryl can survive malaria, we can survive

    Focus on Cheryl and Calvin. Dream of the possibilities. At best, we’ll get something as bright and shimmering as RiRi‘s “We Found Love” and “Where Have You Been,” Kylie Minogue‘s “In My Arms” or Sophie Ellis-Bextor/Róisín Murphy‘s “Off & On.” At worst, we’ll just get a reductive carbon copy of “We Found Love,” which would still be objectively amazing.

    From what I’ve heard from my own sources, this is one of Cheryl’s biggest records yet, and it could even spell out an opportunity to dominate worldwide. 2012: Year of the Cole?


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    AND inside some restaurant in Paris

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  • 03/04/12--06:40: Radio 1 live lounge post

  • The Ting Tings cover Lana Del Rey's 'Born To Die' in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge for Fearne Cotton (with a little of Ian Brown's 'Fear' and some Skrillex thrown in as well)

    The Ting Ting's new single Hang it up
    Brian May continues to kill Queen's reputation by performing We will rock you with N-dubz' Dappy
    Benjamin Francis Leftwhich covers Davis Guetta and Sia's Titanium (Upgrade IMO)


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    Angelina Jolie: 'Secret World of Arrietty' with the Kids!

    BRAD PITT doing the play 8 GEORGE CLOONEY ,Matt Bomer, Kevin Bacon, John C. Reilly, Glee‘s Chris Colfer, Matthew Morrison, and Jane Lynch, Modern Family‘s Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Book of Mormon‘s Rory O’Malley are also participating in the live reading.
    8 was written by Academy Award winning writer Dustin Lance Black and chronicles the landmark federal trial of California’s Prop. 8 using the actual court transcripts and first-hand interviews.

    Angelina with Shiloh , Vivienne and Knox(not pictured).


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