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- 03/06/12--22:43: Jennifer Carpenter on CraigyFerg
- 03/06/12--22:44: Is There a New Aaliyah Album in the Works?
- 03/06/12--22:44: New Beach House song!
- 03/07/12--16:13: Lindsay Lohan for muppets sequal?
- 03/07/12--16:26: Why Though: Rihanna, Karreuche
- 03/07/12--16:26: 2NE1- SCREAM PV (Full)
- 03/07/12--16:26: THe Wanted Got Arrested!!
- 03/07/12--16:27: Britney's Face Through the Years
- 03/07/12--17:02: Halle Berry's Footwear Line Goes On Sale
- 03/07/12--17:05: New TV Spot and Stills for 'The Lucky One'
- 03/07/12--17:26: Hulk Hogan: "I Have NO IDEA Who My Sex Tape Partner Is"
- 03/07/12--17:45: TV Network Power Rankings: What’s Their Greatest Season Ever?
- 03/07/12--18:19: Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Hilarie Burton are reportedly engaged!
- 03/07/12--18:20: OMG! Todd Manning to Stay Put in Port Charles!!!
- 03/07/12--19:02: Survivor: One World - Episode 4
*Talks about her hometown
*Doesn't like/want pets (ok she seems to be able to put up with them but doesn't really want any)
*Craig asks her if she has a boyfriend. Awkward. (she was seen with MCH a bunch of times last month)
*Craig asks her what she's looking for in a boyfriend. Kinda awkward lol
A bit late but I love her awkwardness during the boyfriend question. ALSOOOO....I just went to a taping of Craig's Late Late Show and omg.......O...M...G. He's actually hot in person? DAMN. I feel kind of weird about that. I also cried laughing. CRIED. Dead & buried etc.
Could Aaliyah have a new album 11 years after her death?
The blogosphere is buzzing with the news of a posthumous album after music producer Jeffrey "J.Dub" Walker, who worked with the late singer, tweeted some surprising details: "The smash unreleased song called "Steady Ground" I produced on #Aaliyah is gonna be on her upcoming album," he wrote, minutes before deleting the tweet.
Walker had a hand in Aaliyah's success by producing several songs on her 2001 self-titled album.
The singer died suddenly in a plane crash leaving the Bahamas in August of that same year. This past August marked the 10th year anniversary of her death and celebrity friends like Missy Elliot shared their remembrances. “Aaliyah, till this very day you are still in your own lane," tweeted Elliot.
Ugh I miss this inspirational goddess :( RIP
Queen Akasha baby girl.
What's your favorite Aaliyah track, ONTD?
Legend of Korra: The Fire Ferrets strike back! Korra and her team The Fire Ferrets hit the pro-bending court with a vengeance!
Watch it on Nickelodeon's website! And for those who are outside the US, you can watch it here<3
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Jennifer Lawrence loves carbs and she's not ashamed to admit it!
In the April issue of Seventeen, the 21-year-old Hunger Games star opens up about how she maintained a healthy body image while growing up in Louisville, Kentucky.
"I remember when I was 13 and it was cool to pretend to have an eating disorder because there were rumors that Lindsay Lohan and Nicole Richie were anorexic. I thought it was crazy," Lawrence recalls. "I went home and told my mom, 'Nobody's eating bread -- I just had to finish everyone's burgers.'"
Lawrence tells Seventeen she's "so sick of these young girls with diets. . . I think it's really important for girls to have people to look up to and to feel good about themselves."
The actress, who earned an Academy Award nomination for her role in Winter's Bone, also opens up about her bromantic Hunger Games costars Josh Hutcherson 19, and Liam Hemsworth, 22.
"Josh and Liam are really great friends, too. They are hilarious and sweet. They are like my brothers. As soon as we all got together, we reverted back to being 13-year-olds," Lawrence says. "Josh and I were neighbors. Every time I would come in late, I would go and bang on the door and wake him up and we'd all hang out."
The troubled star is said to be going after a role in the next Muppet movie in the hope it will help rebuild her shattered reputation.
“Lindsay has been mentioned as a possible cameo in the next movie but she would love it to be more,” reveals a source close to the former child star.
“She’s a huge fan of the Muppets and would love to play a significant part in their next project. She has a great idea that involves she and Miss Piggy meeting in rehab!”
Lohan recently admitted she’s made some bad decisions.
“I regret the choices that I’ve made, but I’m grateful for where I am today because of them,” she said.
“I don’t need to see any more negative stuff, I don’t need to put myself in those places anymore.
“It’s been a learning experience and I’m glad that I experienced it. I’m grateful that I’ve learned from it. It’s helped me, it’s humbling.”
Rush Limbaugh has managed to cause quite a media frenzy since his offensive comments about law student, Sandra Fluke, have caught the nation's attention. But the controversial radio host, known for his conservative views and sharp tongue has claimed a defense for his actions that might just make more people shake their heads and roll their eyes: rappers do it all the time.
After Limbaugh referred to Fluke as a "slut" and a "prostitute" (in addition to a number of other offensive comments) for advocating that insurance companies cover birth control, he issued an apology saying his words were "insulting." But in response to the continued flight of advertisers from his show--a number that now totals close to a dozen sponsors--he expressed his outrage at his unfair treatment in a culture that has tolerated such language elsewhere, like rap music.
"You talk about a double standard, one of the greatest illustrations of it is that rappers can practically say anything they want about women, and it's called art."
Limbaugh went on to discuss the media and Democratic party's role in the deterioration of morality in society:
Every minority according to the left, every minority in the country is a victim of a tyrannical majority. Every aspect of the Democrat Party agenda is to reverse that, and what's happening here is that everybody is allowing these winds to blow them over. And there's no resistance to it...It's the Democrats and the media that use the power of intimidation to get people to cave on their own morality, to give it up. All for the sake of avoiding confrontation or opposition.
More recently in December 2011, the Dutch fashion magazine, Jackie came under fire for referring to singer Rihanna as "the ultimate n***abitch." The magazine editor (who later resigned after the backlash) issued an apology on their Facebook page. Hoeke also referred to the prevalence of the expression in the media:
It was stupid, it was naive to think that this was an acceptable form of slang--you hear it all the time on tv and radio, then your idea of what is normal apparently shifts--but it was especially misguided: there was no malice behind it.
Rihanna added more fuel to the already burning fire over her alleged brewing romance with Breezy and supposed feud with his girlfriend Karrueche with this tweet last night.
♠♠♠♠♠♠cute and spunky♠♠♠♠♠♠
UK Boyband 'The Wanted' Were Arrested In LA...
EXCLUSIVE: The Wanted get Punk'd as they fall victim to one of Ashton Kutcher's pranks on video set
They are becoming hugely successful Stateside, following the inclusion of one of their songs on hit TV show Glee, and recently announced the release date of their US album.
But perhaps the most exciting acknowledgement of their breaking of America came last month, when The Wanted found themselves the victim of one of Ashton Kutcher's legendary pranks on iconic television show Punk'd.
The five-piece are believed to have been filming their new video in Los Angeles when they were apparently approached by police for trespassing where they shouldn't have been.
In a hilarious video of the prank taking place, Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes are seen being warned by police as they sit looking sulky on the curb.
Jay, who is believed to have been in on the prank, is then seen getting 'arrested' by the police, and being taken around the side where, presumably, a Punk'd trailer was located.
As his bandmate was cuffed and taken off by police, Max is seen with his head in his hands, looking upset at the whole situation.
Following Jay's mock arrest, Tom is then seen talking to another policeman fairly emphatically about the trouble then were in.
Several minutes later, Tom is seen laying on the floor with his arms above his head - a standard position for people when they are arrested or being told to wait by police.
The outcome of the stunt remains to be seen when the ninth series of Punk'd premieres on March 29th.
The Wanted being Punk'd is the latest in a string of indications that the band are well on their way to having as much success Stateside as in their home country.
And after beating Take That to become the most successful UK boyband in America, the boys will be releasing an album for their American fans next month.
The boys took to Twitter to announce their exciting news, writing: 'Great news, America: We are thrilled to announce we will be releasing our first U.S. album on April 24!! Stay tuned for details :).'
Video of this hilarious shit is at the Source. Their facial expressions are PRICELESS!
MODS I would tag this with "The Wanted" tag but it's gone.
Many people think her face has significantly changed, for the worse, almost unrecognizable. Other people think she looks exactly the same.
The Britney Spears Face Morph Video Shows Singer Through The Years.
Brit remains unbothered
The gorgeous actress Halle Berry was spotted in Germany recently where she revealed her own footwear collection.
Looking flawless, she was spotted with Deichmann's chairman of the board Heinrich Deichmann at the shoe chain Deichmann's flagship store in Berlin.
When The Vampire Diaries returns from hiatus and starts it’s end of season run, fans can expect to see some revealing flashbacks. New information surrounding the time in Elena’s life when heradoptive parents, Grayson and Miranda Gilbert, will surface and impact the way we view Mystic Falls in present day.
“The great rule of storytelling is… don’t flash back if there’s nothing that’s going to change your life moving forward, and we’ll have to see what we can uncover about that past that can would impact us today,” executive producer Julie Plec spoiled. “Elena’s parents are dead, and it was a human accident, and a human tragedy. The night that Stefan pulled her out of the water and saved her life was the beginning of their love story, so I would certainly like to return to that night at some point and know more about it.”
Unfortunately, Jeremy fans will only get to see his 14 year old self in a flashback toward the end of the season.
Though Damon and Elena aren’t on the best of terms right now, things are going to grow more intense between them — if that’s at all possible! Though revisiting the car crash may stir up some feelings for Stefan and Elena, there are some passionate, powerful scenes coming up for her and Damon, too. Let’s just say that while he may have given up on pursuing her for the greater good, she’s not quite ready to let him go yet.
The CW has released a new promotional photo for Season 3 ofThe Vampire Diaries featuring the stunning Nina Dobrev. In more spoilery news, we will finally be meeting Elena’s adoptive parents, Grayson and Miranda Gilbert. So far, we only seen them in photos, but we do know that they died in a tragic car accident when their car plummeted from Wickery Bridge. That day Stefan entered into Elena’s life for the first time, pulling her to safety. It’s been revealed that the actors cast must be willing to take scuba lessons for an underwater scene, so we have to assume there’s an emotional flashback in our future; By way of Grayson and Miranda’s death.
At least part of the Original family will be sitting pretty in Mystic Falls for awhile when Klaus’ feelings for Caroline intensify. Klaus will make his intentions more known in the very near future and fans can expect to see a huge hybrid conflict between Tyler and Klaus.
The arrival of Damon’s old friend Sage will discover the location of the White Oak tree that can kill the Original family. With Damon spending all his time with Sage and Rebekah, Elena will be more than jealous. However, Delena fans can relax because Damon will be escorting Elena to the annual Decade Dance; with a 1920′s theme this time.
Hulk Hogan just can't seem to identify his female co-star in the sex tape that just surfaced -- telling TMZ, he banged so many chicks after he left his ex-wife ... the woman could be one of MANY possible conquests.
Hulk called in to TMZ Live moments ago ... claiming he went on a 4-month alcohol-fueled lady-screwing bender between the time when he left his ex-wife Linda ... and met his current wife Jennifer.
Hulk tells us, "During that time, I don't even remember people's names, much less girls."
Hulk says he hasn't had sex with another woman since meeting Jennifer 5 years ago -- so the tape has to be at least 5 years old.
Hulk still has no idea who's selling the tape or how that person acquired it -- but Hulk's lawyer says, "If anyone goes forward with this thing, we're gonna find 'em and we're gonna prosecute."
Source: TMZ, thanks to my wrestling-obsessed boyfriend for telling me about this. NOT.
Miley Cyrus’s buds aren’t happy with her relationship with Liam. In fact, they’re warning her to leave him before she makes a big mistake!
Miley Cyrus, 19, can’t seem to stay out of the controversial limelight — not even with her friends. They think she can do way better than Liam Hemsworth.
“He’s bossy and controlling, and it’s just understood that Miley always pays for them,” a source tells Star. “Her pals all think he’s just a dumb surfer and a pothead.”
And Miley’s friends blame the 22-year-old Aussie actor for all of her latest gaffes — including earning a rep for being a hard-core stoner.
But it sounds like Miley isn’t listening to her friends, who include a disapproving Kelly Osbourne, since she’s said to be considering moving to Australia, getting married and starting a family with The Hunger Games actor.
Still, her friends are hoping something inside her will click.
“Everyone would breathe a big sigh of relief if she dumped Liam and moved on,” a source says.
Do you think Miley is too good for Liam?
Many websites are doing March Madness-style brackets to declare the Best Drama Series of All-Time or the Best Sitcom Episode Ever. We’re getting into the fun, too, BUT BIGGER. This is our power rankings of the greatest seasons from nine of our favorite networks. Here’s how we did it:
1) We looked at the schedule for every season for ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, HBO, Showtime, AMC, FX, and Comedy Central (sorry, WB/UPN/CW!), ranging from the 1950s to the present, and chose the best overall one for each. (For network channels, we did 2011-2012; for cable, just a single year, like 2011. That’s just how they work.) We put into account not only the fact that, for example, “Cheers” was on, but whether “Cheers” was any good in that particular season.
2) We then compared the best season of each network against the best seasons of the other eight networks, to decide if, say, Showtime’s best year is better than Fox’s best year. (HINT: it’s not.)
No time for any more jabbering and/or jabbering. Place your bets now, ‘cause here we go.
Winner: 2006 (“Brotherhood,” “Dexter,” “Huff,” “The L Word,” “Weeds,” etc.)
Runner-Up: 2011 (“The Big C,” “The Borgias,” “Californication,” “Dexter,” “Episodes,” “Homeland,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Secret Diary of a Call Girl,” “Shameless,” “United States of Tara,” Weeds,” etc.)
Showtime finally premiered its first HBO-level series last year in “Homeland,” and though I could be persuaded to declare 2011 the winner, based simply on the merits of that one show, I can’t forget season six of “Dexter” and season seven of “Weeds” and season one of “Episodes.” (Seasons one and four of “Shameless” and “Californication,” those were OK.) Instead, the honor goes to 2006, when Showtime’s slate included the Ice Truck Killer year of “Dexter,” season two of “Weeds” (MILFweed), and the underappreciated freshman season of “Brotherhood,” as well as “The L Word” and “Huff” (I guess).
Winner: 1977-1978 (“Barney Miller,” “Battlestar Galactica,” “Happy Days,” “Laverne & Shirley,” “Starsky & Hutch,” “Taxi,” “What’s Happening,” etc.)
Runner-Up: 1990-1991 (“Roseanne,” “Twin Peaks,” “The Wonder Years,” etc.)
ABC has never really had an identity, or at least an all-together positive one. NBC was the blockbuster network of the 1990s which now has a number of low rated, critically beloved series; Fox was built on “The Simpsons” and the crassness that followed; and CBS revolutionized the sitcom multiple times, with “I Love Lucy” and “All In the Family” and others. As for ABC, um, it aired “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” which effectively started the reality show craze that continues today. FU*K THAT. Ditto many of its older hits, like “Welcome Back, Kotter” and “The Brady Bunch,” that are still spoken of today only due to misguided nostalgia. Also: “Cop Rock.” So you have to look deep within the network’s best season, 1977-1978, past “Apple Pie,” to see its best series, like “Barney Miller,” “Laverne & Shirley,” and, most importantly, “Taxi,” a remarkably well written ensemble sitcom. Or just choose 1990 because it had both “Twin Peaks” and “The Wonder Years,” and those shows own.
7. Comedy Central
Winner: 2004 (“Chappelle’s Show,” “Comedy Central Presents,” “Crank Yankers,” “The Daily Show,” “Drawn Together,” “Reno 911!” “South Park,” etc.)
Runner-Up: 2011 (“The Colbert Report,” “Comedy Central Presents,” “Comedy Central Roast,” “The Daily Show,” “Futurama,” “Jon Benjamin Has a Van,” “South Park,” “Ugly Americans,” “Workaholics,” etc.)
People still talk glowingly about “The Daily Show” in 2004 – rightfully so. It was the second time Jon Stewart & Co. aired under the “Indecision” banner, after the 2000 election selection, but it was the first time the show was a cultural force. It suddenly didn’t seem peculiar for TV viewers to get their news from a so-called “comedy show.” And if comedy fans weren’t discussing Stewart (and correspondents Samantha Bee, Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, and Ed Helms) it’s likely they were quoting season two of “Chappelle’s Show” (featuring Negrodamus and Rick James) or season eight of “South Park,” which included such instant classics as “The Passion of the Jew,” "AWESOM-O,” and “Woodland Critter Christmas.”
Winner: 2003-2004 (“24,” “Arrested Development,” “The Bernie Mac Show,” “King of the Hill,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” “The O.C.,” “The Simpsons,” “Tru Calling,” “That ‘70s Show,” and “Wonderfalls”)
Runner-Up: 1994-1995 (“Beverly Hills 90210,” “The Critic,” “Married...with Children,” "Melrose Place," “The Simpsons,” “The X-Files,” etc.)
It’s tempting to choose 1994-1995, which was when my favorite "Simpsons" season ran (six), but the rest of Fox's schedule had “The X-Files”...and not much else. (“The Critic” was stronger on ABC, and “Beverly Hills” and “Married...with Children” are more guilty pleasures than anything.) Temptation aside, 2003-2004 is the winner, mostly due to “The Simpsons” and “Arrested Development,” but also because season one of both “The O.C.” and “Wonderfalls” are great, and the schedule also had a still-exciting “24” and “King of the Hill.”
Winner: 2006-2007 (“30 Rock,” “ER,” “Friday Night Lights,” “Heroes,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “My Name is Earl,” The Office,” “Scrubs,” “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip,” etc.)
Runner-Up: 1991-1992 (“Cheers,” “The Cosby Show,” “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” “L.A. Law,” “Night Court,” “Seinfeld,” etc.)
I came into this entry expecting to crown 1991-1992 the winner, because it was a good cross-section of NBC’s best from the 1980s (“Cosby Show,” “Cheers”) with their upcoming greatness from the 1990s (“Seinfeld”). But by seasons 8 and 10, “Cosby” and “Cheers” weren’t as sharp anymore, “Seinfeld” was just starting to find its footing, and the rest of NBC’s schedule wasn’t very good. So that’s I’m picking 2006-2007 (but just barely). It has both quality and quantity, including the first seasons of “Heroes,” “Friday Night Lights,” and “Studio 60," as well as comedy classics, like “30 Rock,” “The Office,” and “Scrubs.”
Though 1999-2000, with “Freaks and Geeks,” “Friends,” and “The West Wing,” is mighty good, too...
Winner: 2011 (“American Horror Story,” “Archer,” “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “Justified,” “The League,” “Louie,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “Wilfred,” etc.)
Runner-Up: 2010 (Most of that, plus “Terriers”)
What separates FX’s 2010 from FX’s 2011? The former had “Terriers,” the latter had “Wilfred” and “American Horror Story.” The canceled-far-too-soon “Terriers” is superior to both of those shows, so why is 2011 the winner and 2010 the runner-up? Because last year was when “Archer,” “Louie,” and “Justified” all transformed from very good shows to GREAT ones. “Louie” had an incredibly strong freshman year, but none of those episodes were nearly as impressive as “Oh Louie/Tickets” or “Duckling” – the same goes for the differences between season one of both “Archer” and “Justified” to the brilliance of episodes like “Stage Two” and “Brother’s Keeper,” both series’ highpoints, in season two. Sorry “Terriers” fans, but you’re probably used to disappointment, right?
Winner: 2010 (“Breaking Bad,” “Mad Men,” “Rubicon,” and “The Walking Dead”)
Runner-Up: 2011 (“Breaking Bad,” “Hell on Wheels,” “The Killing,” and “The Walking Dead”)
This wasn’t a tough choice. Both years have “The Walking Dead,” a solid B, B- series, but only one has “Mad Men” AND “Breaking Bad,” two of the greatest dramas ever. Plus, “Rubicon,” though it had many, overly complicated faults, was better than the shockingly boring “Hell on Wheels” and the dreary tease that is “The Killing.” (Pre-“Mad Men” AMC was LOLtastic – anyone have fond memories of “The Lot”? Or any memories?)
Winner: 1976-1977 (“All in the Family,” “The Bob Newhart Show,” “The Carol Burnett Show,” “Good Times,” “The Jeffersons,” “Kojak,” “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “M*A*S*H,” “Maude,” “Phyllis,” “Rhoda,” etc.)
Runner-Up: 1955-1956 (“Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” “The Ed Sullivan Show,” “Gunsmoke,” “The Honeymooners,” “I Love, Lucy,” etc.)
It’s kind of sad, actually. CBS, now the home of bland comedies and unimaginative procedurals, was the ideal network for, well, decades. In the 1950s, it had “I Love Lucy” and “The Honeymooners.” In the 1960s, “The Twilight Zone” and “The Prisoner.” In the 1970s, “All in the Family”, ”Maude," ”WKRP in Cincinnati," "The Carol Burnett Show," "Rhoda," "The Bob Newhart Show," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show”...the list goes on and on. These were high-rated shows that changed TV as we know it, tackling topics that had never been discussed during primetime before, and I singled out the 1976-1977 season because it includes “Chuckles Bites the Dust,” one of the funniest episodes ever, from “Mary Tyler Moore.” Imagine that: hit shows worth watching. On CBS!
Winner: 2004 (“Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Da Ali G Show,” “Deadwood,” “Six Feet Under,” “The Sopranos,” “The Wire,” etc.)
Runner-Up: Didn’t want to choose another “Sopranos” or ”Wire” year, so…either 1998 (“From the Earth to the Moon,” “The Larry Sanders Show,” “Mr. Show with Bob and David,” “Oz,” “Sex and the City,” etc.) or 2011 (“Boardwalk Empire,” “Bored to Death,” “Curb,” “Enlightened,” “Game of Thrones,” “Treme,” “True Blood,” etc.)
Yowza. Let’s go through this, one-by-one:
-Season five of “The Sopranos,” which includes “The Test Dream” and “Long Term Parking.”
-Season three of “The Wire,” one of two correct answers for, what’s the best season of “The Wire”? The other possible answer: season four.
-Season four of “Six Feet Under,” or the one with the show’s most unsettlingly great episode, “That’s My Dog.” Those 60 minutes felt like 60 hours the first time I watched it.
-Season one of “Deadwood.” Not its best season, I’ll admit, but it’s pretty damn awesome by “Sold Under Skin.”
-Season four of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” a.k.a. The Producers year.
-Season two of “Da Ali G Show,” when Sacha Baron Cohen interviewed Pat Buchanan and Gore Vidal.
The first and last seasons of “Entourage” and “Sex and the City” are in there, too, but let’s just pretend that at an HBO party in the near future, Silvio Dante and Brother Mouzone confront Jeremy Piven and Sarah Jessica Parker, and kill them. Turtle, too. Ah, I’m gonna sleep well tonight.
Let us all bask in television's warm glowing warming glow
The Watchmen star Jeffrey Dean Morgan is engaged to wed his actress girlfriend Hilarie Burton, according to a new report.
The private couple began dating in 2009 and welcomed their first child, son Gus, in March 2010.
Now, Star magazine reports Morgan has proposed to Burton, who was spotted wearing a diamond sparkler on her ring finger while attending the Film Independent Spirit Awards last month.
A source tells the publication, "They are engaged."
Representatives for the pair have yet to comment on the reports.
Todd Manning might want to see if there’s a room available at the Metro Court, because fan favorite Roger Howarth has been put on contract at General Hospital, TVLine has learned exclusively.
An Emmy winner during his run as One Life to Live‘s resident scalawag, Howarth brought Todd to GH this past Monday, initially on a short-term basis, as the protective pop seeks out a pound of flesh for the tragic death of his granddaughter.
As seen in promos, Todd will train a gun on no less than mob boss Sonny, laying the groundwork for an imminent showdown between the Mannings of Llanview and Port Charles’ Corinthos clan.
Howarth’s TV daughter, Kristen Alderson (Starr), herself made the jump to GH in late February, as a contract player. Kassie DePaiva, who plays Blair, Starr’s mother/Todd’s ex, at this point is still recurring.