Friday, September 30, 2011

Week In Pop Culture

BREAKING NEWS: Kim Cattrall has cellulite.
I'd really like Kristen Stewart to put those away.

If Patrick Dempsey is correctly hinting that this is the last season of Grey's Anatomy, I'm OK with it.

Who's surprised by this story from Martha Stewart's daughter?

The Kardashians finally came clean.

A Gossip Girl has a fancy new home.

OMG! Tom Brady cut his hair!
Mike Myers has a baby boy.

A rapper is out of prison again.

So these two super-thin celebs have the same plastic surgeon?

A former Playboy bunny has had her breasts insured.

Rachel Zoe does not know how to travel lightly.

Not what you think: Selma Blair and John Salley are just friends.
The list of top paid actresses was released and I'm a little surprised by at least one of them.

Pink looks a little bit like she wants to eat her baby.

Chris Brown may like to sex up the guys. Allegedly.

I hope Jon Hamm is wrong about this Bridesmaids sequel talk.

There's another star dropping by Modern Family.

Stephen King has written a sequel to The Shining.

If you're one of the millions who has not seen Anderson Cooper's daytime talk show, you missed this:

Ugh. This unfunny guy is getting a show on NBC. Can't wait to not watch that.

Megan Fox is having tattoo regret.

Here's how Heather Locklear celebrated her 50th (!) birthday.

Alyssa Milano's baby boy is super cute.

I guess Rev Run approves of this.

Oh, little girls are so lucky!
Tori Spelling should not leave home without at least some mascara.

I might have to watch America's Next Top Model.

If this celebrity feud is real, I hope it ends in a dance off!

I love my friends, but I would not do with these two ESPN ladies did.

Andy Rooney is retiring.

I couldn't agree more with this list of annoying "celebrities."

Patti Stanger is looney.

Jennifer Aniston's cleavage is saying, "Brad Pitt can suck it."
Rob Schneider is returning to TV.

Rihanna met a man who said he didn't need to see so much of her.

This funny couple has broken up.

Starting a petition to get Hugh Jackman to not wear a shirt. Ever.

Let's send Demi Moore a sandwich. Could her super-skinny size be caused by these rumors? And her Tweets aren't exactly quashing gossip. So, let Ashton Kutcher Tweet about it.
I'm pretty sure of all the contestants on DWTS, Nancy Grace's wardrobe malfunction is not the one guys were hoping to see. But she says everyone was mistaken.

Casting for this Diablo Cody movie is interesting.

An actor whose work I've never seen says he's gay.

A couple of young singers are dating.

Southwest Airlines kicked an actress off a flight because she kissed her girlfriend. Look, you're charging $99 for a one-way flight to fill the plane. Just give people their pretzels and be thankful you don't see a bunch of empty seats, ingrates!

Justin Timberlake is doing another movie. How many times do I have to say it: more music, less movies!

OMG, y'all! Carrie Underwood has bangs!
I'm always surprised by the random pairings of actors/actresses and musical guests on SNL. It almost seems like they're drawn from a hat.

Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah are in a movie together.

Well, thanks to Kim Kardashian, burglars now know when to steal her massive engagement ring.

I hope this Martha Stewart look doesn't catch on.
Just because it's fall, that doesn't mean stars like Ashlee Simpson are giving up bikinis. These ladies are in bikinis, too.

What's that? You wanted to hear Betty White rap? Here you go. Just remember - you asked for this.

January Jones is the only parent listed on her son's birth certificate. Also missing: her baby weight.

Lindsay Lohan is just like me: she gets stuff on her clothes (only my "stuff" is usually tomato sauce on a white shirt).

I'm not sold on Anne Hathaway as Catwoman.
An Ugly Betty star has a new baby.

Jennifer Aniston has a lot of cash to spend.

That heavily-inked couple has split. Again.

This is how kids with too much money date.

Jennifer Lopez is really putting herself out there, fellas. And even though she lost a husband, she just bought a house with enough room for a few more men.
Reality TV show I won't watch: Extreme Musical Chairs. Really.

However, I would have totally watched a Reege reality show.

Hugh Hefner, stop this. Unlike a fine wine, you just get creepier with each passing year.

L'Oreal changed the lovely Frieda Pinto.

Lady Gaga does have some fashion boundaries.

Molly Sims is married.
Rest in peace, Sylvia Robinson.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Week In Pop Culture

Can you spot the real Fergie?
Kim Delaney might have a problem.

America, Brad Pitt and Jenifer Aniston are long past over. So let's stop this, OK?

Paul McCartney's lady is a fashion risk taker.

This ad makes me giggle.

Kate Winslet may have a new boyfriend.

Rihanna is a fan of a word I never use.

Funny lady Wanda Sykes had serious surgery.

Another remake I can't support: Scarface.

So, being Mrs. Tom Cruise only gets you mediocre roles?

Don't mess with Hugh Jackman.

If you missed the first season of Roseanne's Nuts, you'll be happy to know there won't be another season to miss.

Lindsay Lohan isn't doing a good job completing her court-ordered community service.

Dakota Fanning is not like all the other college kids.

Pregnant Beyonce seems to have forgotten her pants.
When pseudo-celebrities start announcing they're freezing their eggs, I'm a little concerned about the future.

John Legend is getting in the TV business.

Arnold Schwarzenegger is "writing" a memoir.

This is a show I will not watch.

I'd totally watch "Dancing With The Clintons."

I love Steve Martin's advice to Oscar host Eddie Murphy.

Halle Berry broke her foot.

Take this as a sign REAL celebrities are tiring of reality shows.

If this story is true, it totally confirms everything I think about Ashton Kutcher.

How do we stop Gwyneth Paltrow from doing this?

An actress is getting divorced.

Jessica Biel nearly lost her fake baby bump.
This is a strange new (maybe) couple.

Conan O'Brien couldn't tell you the color of this former Pussycat Doll's eyes.

This Maggie Gyllenhaal story is gross.

Kirstie Alley says she has lost 100 pounds.

Melissa McCarthy is on a roll.

Paris Hilton is no longer on probation.

A magician is engaged.

Tom Sizemore is in trouble again.

50 Cent should probably screen employees a little better.

Here's why you should definitely not feel sorry for Charlie Sheen.

The Price Is Right is doing something fun next year.

Hey, Chaz Bono! Stop this.
Someone stole John Travolta's car.

We're apparently very lucky to have Bethenny Frankel.

Each week, it becomes a little more obvious that the old Lindsay Lohan is never coming back.

If the Entourage movie is anything like the season finale, I'll pass.

Aaron Sorkin's broken nose story is kind of strange.

Tracy Morgan is engaged.

ICYMI: Here's my Emmy Awards recap. And here's what some of the stars wore to the show. If you only want to see the worst dressed stars, go here.

MTV continues to drift further away from its music television days.

I don't know that we need another Friends-like show - even if it's by a former Friend.

Sinead O'Connor talked suicide on Twitter.

A couple of actors on shows I don't watch are now married.

Rihanna is still doing this.
I'm a little more interested in Dorothy From Oz.

John Mayer's album won't be out until next year because he has some sort of medical issue.

Christina Hendricks wants to be Wonder Woman.

Marc Anthony cried on stage (presumably so ladies would swoon?).

Not sure who's impacted more by this: Rosie O'Donnell has banned Piers Morgan from her new talk show.

Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey are kind of creepy.

Jessica Simpson's wedding is "on hold." Sounds more like someone's holding out for a TV special.

Tara Reid found a plastic surgeon who could make her stomach look normal again.

I don't know if Snoop Dogg is still making music, but he is doing more acting these days.

Matthew Fox is being sued for (allegedly) getting punchy.

Rest in peace, Dolores Hope.
And Frances Bay.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

It's Only Facebook

I cannot believe how some of you have freaked out about the minor changes to Facebook. Listen, they are minor changes. It's not a reshuffling of your universe. If you're shouting, "YES, IT IS!" you need some help because you're shouting at a computer monitor and you should have a life outside the interwebs.

For you people, I dedicate these ecards.
Will you do me a favor and get a good night's sleep so you don't mistakenly put on your cranky pants tomorrow?

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Open Letter To TV Land

I love my TV. I love my DVR. This week, as the new fall season gets under way, I have to make choices. The networks often help me by cutting a show in a matter of weeks (sometimes, just one). So, I have developed a formula to determine what new shows make the cut.

1. Thinking All Ladies Want The Same Show
Those are the stars of 2 Broke Girls. This show has so many things thrown into the promos, it absolutely kills me. First of all, telling me the brains behind Sex and The City is no longer a good thing. It's not that I didn't love the show, it's that I absolutely hated the movie. So, when people talk about SATC, all I can think about is the movies and their unfunny puns and ladies who refuse to just age gracefully.

Second, this also tries to add in a side of Friends - street-smart gal and spoiled rich girl living together and finding their way. Here's the thing about Friends: with the exception of the Thanksgiving episodes, I don't find the reruns funny. In fact, if it's late at night and I find that on TV, I watch it because it won't keep me in stitches. It puts me to sleep.

Third, this is created by Whitney Cummings. I have enjoyed her on those Comedy Central Roasts. I have not enjoyed the clips of her own show, Whitney. Sometimes, funny people don't work well on TV. If she can't get the show with her name in the title right, how can I trust her to make sure this other show works?

2. Thinking We're All Nostalgic
I LOVE Mad Men. Since it won't be back on until next year (boo!), I do want a little sixties in my life. It appears Pan Am may get it right. Subtle sexism, lovely costumes, cocktails on airplanes - oh, how I wish I could time travel!

Where does it go wrong?
The Playboy Club - where they put sexism's bunny tail right in your face. The not-quite-skimpy (by today's standards) costumes might appeal to the fellas, but the novelty will wear off - like how quickly a centerfold is forgotten. Wait. They are forgotten when the next magazine comes in, right? Anywho, the clips of this make it look cheap and light on the story lines. Plus, I don't like the idea that Hugh Hefner put the swing in the sixties. Because he hasn't changed. And that's creepy.

3. Thinking We Love A Remake
I am just old enough to kind of remember Charlie's Angels before it was turned into a movie. Now, I tolerated the movie because I think Drew Barrymore is super cute. But here's where a reboot goes wrong: taking the title of an old series, but putting in new characters in the same gig (and the same boss). I'll take a reboot, like Dallas.
Why? Because it brings back the original characters in a new generation. I won't think twice about watching this next summer (the perfect time for a show like this when I spend my days watching reruns of reality TV on Bravo). I don't know how this can go wrong, unless they show JR fumbling his way through Twitter on his iPhone. Note to Dallas show runners: PLEASE DON'T DO THAT.

4. Thinking We Miss All Things LOST
OK. I do. A little. But this just confuses and scares me.
Why are Benjamin Linus and Jesus fighting crime? Oh. They're not actually Benjamin Linus and Jesus? I don't believe you. I don't believe they're not on an island trying to avoid a crowd trying to nail one of them to a cross.

That show's real name is Person of Interest and its executive producer also ran LOST - J.J. Abrams. I cannot jump on board here. Instead of remembering that fantastic first episode of LOST, I remember the mediocre episodes that followed in other seasons. Can't do this.

LOST's "lost" seasons - where the castaways seemed to flashback with no forward motion (and nearly made me stop watching) - has made me realize EVERY series needs and end date. Otherwise, I tune in week after week and wonder where it's going like it's some sad relationship and I hear my baby clock ticking. I have felt that way with How I Met Your Mother. I am hopeful that now that the show has its end date (2013), we'll get down to the business of the show title and it will lead to a Barney spin-off. Why? Because the world NEEDS Barney Stinson.

You see, my DVR isn't exactly barren. I have plenty of beloved shows that don't (usually) disappoint. So for a new show to get me, it has to really get me. Here's what I'm adding this season:

  • Up All Night
  • Suburgatory
  • Revenge
  • American Horror Story

Anything else will have to start getting the kind of press that convinces me the show will be around for more than a few weeks. I hate not know what happens to a show in which I invested my sofa time!

I don't know if any of the powers that get these shows on air will read this, but if they do, I hope they take notes. I can't take another bad show.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

2011 Emmy Awards

Oh, how I love a relevant awards show! I'm live blogging them here, updating during commercial breaks if you're one of the singles checking in on my progress (read: drinking game which works a lot like this). Let's get it started!

Jane Lynch is hosting. I adore her on Glee and in movies, so I have my fingers crossed that this will work. A musical number. ARI AND LLOYD! YAY!!! And the laugh track. Boo. RON SWANSON AND HIS MUSTACHE! YAY!!! I'm already questioning why this is on FOX. It has this odd vibe - and not like a good odd. Upping the odd factor: Jane Lynch is wearing an aluminum foil dress that make her boobs look like sock puppets. It's over and the stars are on their feet, presumably because that opening number is over.

Jane's naming celebrities. More singing, this time from "The Emmytones." If I'm not mistaken, those singers are all from TV shows. FINALLY! TROPHY TIME!!!

Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel are the first presenters. They're wrestling on the floor. Kimmel has found Fallon's speech for their category (which Fallon says will go to The Daily Show). On to the award for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series. The winner is: Julie Bowen from Modern Family. Wow! I did not see that coming. If anything, I thought Sofia Vergara would win. It looks like Julie's dress has some tape working overtime. Seriously, if she coughs, those twins are just -BAM- popping right out! She said, "There will be gift baskets tomorrow." OOOH! Hope she has my address! I LOVE A GIFT BASKET! She said "happy anniversary" to her husband. Sweet. :)

Julianna Margulies is presenting for best supporting actor in a comedy series. Why does she have big nipple-like baubles on her dress? The winner is: Ty Burrell. I so love him on Modern Family! Sad moment: he said his dad died before he started performing. He thought his dad would be thrilled that he works with talented people and gets to learn everyday. He said his dad would ask why he wears makeup. He would say, "Dad, just think of me as a very masculine lady." And his dad would say, "I do."

Jane's sticking with that aluminum dress. She tossed to a tape of Ricky Gervais (FOX is too scared to have him live?). Ricky said he's not allowed on American soil during an awards show. He was warned he'd be edited - and he was. Now, the award for outstanding directing for a comedy series. The winner is: Michael Spiller from Modern Family. What's with the creepy guy saying weird things as winners walk to the stage? "Michael had his eyes closed in his fourth grade picture."

Zooey Deschanel and Will Arnett presented the award for outstanding writing for a comedy series. The winners are: Steve Levitan and Jeffrey Richman for Modern Family. Oh, that episode where the kids walk in on the Dunphy parents doing the deed was real. So, not so much writing, but truthing? Still funny.

Jane (still in the aluminum dress) just welcomed everyone back to the Modern Family awards. I'm OK with that!
Charlie Sheen! What! Was that planned? Applause, presumably because he's alive and not a hologram. He's presenting outstanding lead actor in a comedy series. He addressed everyone from Two And A Half Men. He said, "From the bottom of my heart, I wish you nothing but the best for this upcoming season. We spent eight wonderful years together and I know you will continue to make great television." Not convinced. He should work on that serious actor bit. The winner is: Jim Parsons from The Big Bang Theory. Oh. I don't watch that show, but really wanted Steve Carrell to win for his final season of The Office.

Sofia Vergara and Rob Lowe are the next presenters. Could there be a prettier couple of presenters? They're giving away the prize for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series. When they announced Amy Poehler as a nominee, she took the stage. Melissa McCarthy did the same. Martha Plimpton followed suit, as did Edie Falco, Tina Fey (who looks great considering she just had a baby a few weeks ago) and Laura Linney (who might be wearing pajamas). They all held hands like they were in a pageant. So far, this is the funniest bit of the show! Standing ovation from the audience. Rob Lowe said, "Girls, everyone is a winner and I know you're going to go on to serve this body with distinction." The winner: Melissa McCarthy! They gave her a crown and some flowers. I don't watch Melissa's show, Mike and Molly, but I loved her in Bridesmaids. Melissa was crying, which made my eyes a bit misty - love that sincere moment.

Funny video clip showing other actors crashing The Office.

It's on to the reality/variety part of the evening (one-third of the show is history!). Jane's in a maroon-ish colored dress now.

Kaley Cuoco and David Spade presented the award for outstanding reality competition program. The winner is: The Amazing Race. Oh, you don't know how happy I am Toddlers and Tiaras is not included in this category. That's the kind of show that makes me hate television. Never watched this crazy race show as it's usually up against scripted shows I'd rather watch. But, good for them!

Now, they're presenting the award for outstanding writing for a variety, music or comedy series. The winner is: The Daily Show. YAY! Not that I don't love the other shows, but this one consistently makes me laugh four nights a week (when it's not in reruns). There are shenanigans happening behind the guy reading a silly speech.

The Lonely Island and Michael Bolton performed dressed like waiters. Then, Bolton was dressed like a pirate. Ed Helms, Maya Rudolph and John Stamos performed one of The Lonely Island's songs. Then, the boys freaked Bill Macy and chanted USA. Akon sang next. In case you didn't catch it, they were all performing songs nominated for an Emmy, it wasn't some random music break.

Lea Michele and Ian Somerhalder presented the award for outstanding directing for a variety, music or comedy series. The winner is: Don Roy King of Saturday Night Live.

Scott Caan and Anna Paquin presented the award for outstanding variety, music or comedy series. The Daily Show has won this eight years in a row (WOW!). The winner is: The Daily Show. Jon said, "If the world does need to repopulate, the announcing team of Sofia Vergara and Rob Lowe would make very pleasant children."

We've reached the drama categories now. If this is where we find out who really killed Rosie Larson, I'm gonna be pissed.

Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher are the next presenters. As awkward and unfunny as they are, I can't wait to not watch their show. They're presenting the award for outstanding writing for a drama series. The winner is: Jason Katims for Friday Night Lights. SUPER nice to see this little show get some Emmy love.

The award for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series goes to: Margo Martindale of Justified. She almost crawled up the stairs! She's very emotional. Breathless. Crying. Screeching. I imagine this is how I'd behave if I suddenly won an award. I don't know who she is, but I hope she wins something else (or at the very least winds up on a show that I watch).

Loretta Devine and Paul McCrane presented outstanding directing for a drama series. The winner: Martin Scorsese for Boardwalk Empire. Well, good for him! He probably has to clear off room on his trophy shelf for this. I cannot believe he did not let his eyebrows do the speech.

Kerry Washington and Jason O'Mara presented the award for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series. The winner is: Peter Dinklage for Game of Thrones. Can someone check this: is Peter the first vertically challenged guy to win this award?

Uh oh. Storm has made me lose my Dish Network. Stand by.

Now, it's rebooting. Screen says it should take no more than 5 minutes. I'm searching the interwebs to see what I'm missing.
I don't know who presented the award for outstanding lead actress in a drama series, but I do know Juliana Margulies won for The Good Wife.
Still no satellite signal, but I am super happy Kyle Chandler won outstanding lead actor in a drama series for Friday Night Lights!

OK. Back in business. Confession: I just spent 30 seconds yelling at my TV and falsely accusing the local FOX station for losing audio before I remembered I muted the TV. 
Almost finished - in the movies and miniseries segment now. OOH! LL Cool J!!!

Jane Lynch is in some sort of gold/green dress.

The cast of Entourage presented the award for outstanding writing for miniseries, movie or dramatic special. Again, another bit that was not funny. Seriously, who wrote this show? Don't bring them back again! The winner is: Julian Fellows for Downton Abbey. British guy talking about something I haven't seen. ZZZZ.

The award for outstanding supporting actress in a miniseries, movie or dramatic special goes to: Maggie Smith for Downton Abbey.

Paula Abdul and Jane Lynch are dressed in suits with glasses, posing as accountants - because this is clearly the part of the show where we remind kids that nerds can be stars, too.

Melissa McCarthy and Amy Poehler presented the award for outstanding lead actor in a miniseries, movie or dramatic special. Maybe these two should host something? HELLO, HOLLYWOOD! YA LISTENING? The winner is: Barry Pepper for The Kennedys. Barry wasn't there.

The award for outstanding directing in a miniseries, movie or dramatic special goes to: Brian Percival for Downton Abbey.

The chairman of the television academy of arts and sciences took the stage. Nothing like seeing someone who bosses people from behind the scenes read from the teleprompter and try to show a hint of personality. OK. Snark is going away. It's the In Memoriam part of the show. These segments always make me sad - not just because I miss some of these people but also because I forget they just died this year (that's a knock on my slipping memory - not them).

Anna Torv and David Boreanaz presented the award for outstanding supporting actor in a miniseries or movie. The winner is: Guy Pearce for Mildred Pierce. WHAT!?!?! I LOVE HIM! I am so happy he's won something! It reminds me that he's Australian. He said he got to have sex with Kate Winslet many times, then said he got to "insert himself into Mildred." Oh, he's funny, too! 

Hugh Laurie and Claire Danes presented the award for outstanding actress in a miniseries or movie. I like that they got right down to it (with the exception of naming former winners), sparing us of the lame, forced banter. The winner is: Kate Winslet for Mildred Pierce. Oh, good! Her performance was the only one I had seen, but I thought it was absolutely award-worthy! She better be careful - that dress is fighting to keep her cleavage in check. Kate said you never stop needing your mom and thanked her mom. 

I admire Jane Lynch for her acting skills. You don't get to host a super lamely written show with a smile on your face if you aren't good. 

Don Cheadle presented the award for outstanding miniseries or movie. I love him. The winner: Downton Abbey.

Maria Bello and William H. Macy presented the award for outstanding drama series. The winner is: Mad Men. YAY! Now, hurry up and get here, 2012, so I can remember how much I love you! That Suitcase episode might be the best hour of television I've ever seen. More of that, please!

Gwyneth Paltrow presented the award for outstanding comedy series - WITHOUT PROMPTER, Y'ALL! The winner is: Modern Family. Wow! They just couldn't lose tonight! Can't wait for that show to return this week with it's hour-long season debut! It is one of my favorite ensemble casts - ALWAYS a hit!

One final note: Whoever decided to have an announcer make stupid attempts at jokes about the winners as they walked to the stage should be banned from ever participating in an awards show. I assume that person also signed off on the scripted banter between presenters that was more miss than hit. That person should go to some awards shows that don't matter - like those at MTV - to brush up on skills before playing with the big boys.

Closing it out with my favorite red carpet Emmy pic:

Friday, September 16, 2011

Week In Pop Culture

Victoria Beckham's little girl already looks stylish.
Be careful when searching for these celebrities online.

Whatever hope I had for the Charlie's Angels reboot is lost now.

Oh, good. Another TV crime show.

My favorite werewolf is single again.

Looks like I'll have to get my Gwen Stefani in L'oreal ads since No Doubt's new music won't be out this year.

I have such high hope for Dakota Fanning, so pictures like this of her not being a stumbling drunk kid make me happy.
I feel sorry for Redmond O'Neal.

It looks like Paula Abdul is bringing back her, um, fun self for her new TV gig.

Some of those Real Housewives of New York are not returning to the show.

Meanwhile, a Real Housewife has sold her house.

January Jones has a baby boy.

Yawning babies are cute - even if they don't belong to stars.
This Nicholas Cage story is creepy.

I'm gonna disagree with Brad Pitt: he and Angelina Jolie should NOT do more movies together.

Jump to conclusion: Sofia Vergara was looking at prenatal vitamins.

Does someone think a divorced couple should still be talking?

Henry Winkler is a good guy.

Jennifer Aniston's man may have shaved his beard for her. Sounds like love - or something.

Halle Berry is still rocking a bikini.
Alicia Keys' husband may be having an affair.

I am still not on board with Bridget Jones 3.

So, it's OK to mock the Kardashians.

Jewel is showing off her baby.

Charlie Sheen wants you to know he's off the drugs - for now.

So, Miley Cyrus won't be an aunt after all.

This super-fit couple may have split.

There are nudey pics of Scarlett Johansson on the internets. Like these.

Paul McCartney may be getting married this weekend.

Will all the young girls start dressing in their great grandma's gowns now?
Hugh Grant has a job.

A bunch of celebrities are in the new Guinness Book of World Records.

Maybe I should see Indiana Jones before the fifth one comes out?

I really want to go to Bill Clinton's birthday party.

Maria Shriver might be going back to work.

That whole Reese Witherspoon hit by a car thing was actually pretty serious.

I didn't realize that J. Edgar Hoover movie was so, um, detailed.

Maybe Lady Gaga has taken those crazy shoes too far.
Well, at least Rihanna is getting paid to be nearly naked.

These two are now fiction writers. I feel like such a failure.

Mary Tyler Moore should maybe stay out of the plastic surgeon's office.

Stop the remakes! I cannot handle a new Point Break!

ATTENTION LEANN RIMES: This is not healthy.

Christina Hendricks is giving my chest sympathy pains. Also, I've never thought the whole "butt on chest" was a good look for anyone.
AWW!!! HELL TO THE NO!!! Whitney is coming back to the big screen!?!?

Sarah Silverman is doing full-frontal for a new movie.

I don't know if I buy this short story about possible changes at GMA.

Tom Hardy very bluntly addresses those gay rumors.

I'm pretty sure I told you this movie was a dud.

I'm on the fence about Top Gun in 3-D.

Lisa Bonet's man is super hot.
Not shocked reality TV didn't completely heal The O'Neals. They still have problems.

This TV show could be a good one.

Sounds like things might be getting very REAL for one of those Real Housewives.

Kat Von D might be losing her hair.

Mary McCormack has a new baby.

George Clooney is showing off his latest girlfriend.


I thought ladies were the ones who married someone taller so they could reach things. Seth Green taught me something new!
Sandra Bullock says don't believe those rumors about her and Ryan Reynolds.

I suppose it's pointless to tell young celebs they shouldn't get covered in tattoos. And I hope this isn't permanent. And this one will be totally regretted in 40 years.

An actress and a TV carpenter are married.

What is the deal with celebrities and house fires?

Cyndi Lauper made two mistakes at the US Open: one the dress, the other - well, you'll just have to listen.

I'm actually surprised to learn Madonna can cook.

Does Drew Barrymore have a new guy?

Carrey is not right.

Demi Moore wants attention.

Jenny McCarthy looks different.
I'm pretty sure I won't see Charlie Sheen's new movie.

Maybe Matt Damon will be Jason Bourne one more time.

Amy Sedaris is funny.

Rest in peace, Andy Whitfield.