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February 25, 2009

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Splitsville!

Splitsville!

Megan Fox: Guys everywhere had their hope restored yesterday when news broke that Fox and fiance Brian Austin Green called it quits.  News flash, boys: she still isn’t going to get with you!

The CW: In an unusual move, the netlet gave early pick-ups to 6 of its shows: Gossip Girl, 90210, One Tree Hill, Supernatural, Smallville and ANTM.  That means TeenDramaWhore is very happy!

Liz Smith: The longtime gossip queen has been cut from the New York Post.  At least she still has wowOwow but who knows if that makes any money?

Nickelodeon: After being the front-runner in kids programming for so long, there’s no question now that Disney Channel has come ahead in the race.  But can Nick come back?  We say yes.  Kids and tweens are fickle.  They’ll watch whatever is “good” and “popular.”

Jonas Brothers: Speaking of kids and tweens, their beloved trio will making surprise visits at theatres across the country at screenings of their movie.  Hope medical personnel will be on hand for all the fainting!

Defamer: (via Gawker) has a fun/creepy look at celeb relationships that have gone sour long after the tattoo ink dried.

Twitter: Damn those 140-character limits!  Journ George Stephanopoulous had to explain that he ate potates, not “pot” at Obama-sponsored lunch.

SIZZLED OUT: Jane Fonda

STILL SIZZLING: All this month TMC will pay tribute to this former president who had a lucruative career before going into politics.

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February 4, 2009

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We could've been sisters!

We could've been sisters!

Britney: Apparently those restraining orders come with a price.  Sam Lutfi is suing Brit Brit for defamation.  Wonder if the court will rule him a public figure?

Miley Cyrus: They’ve both dated a Jonas Brother (more on them below!) and now they’ll have something else in common: Grammy performances.  Cyrus will duet with Taylor Swift on this Sunday’s show.

Obama: The Sasha and Malia dolls are being renamed Sydney and Mariah.  Obama wins again!

Twitter: Ashton Kutcher is peeved that media outlets are taking some of his Tweets and misrepresenting him.  Or so he says on his blog.  Which he took to because “140 characters works for some things. Sometimes you need more space.”

TV: The Los Angeles Times is reporting that a new study shows watching TV can lead to depression.  That’s funny, because TV is what keeps us out of it!

HBO: In yet another example of art imitating life, the cable network is developing a new series that will explore the current finanial crisis.  Are they sure spending money on this series is a wise idea given the crisis in the first place?!

Gawker: With newspapers failing and even online sites suffering, Gawker asks: would people rather pay to read the current level of NYT journalism, or have it go away? Not an easy question when you love The New York Times but can’t afford to “waste” money like that.

Gawker Pt. 2: They also put up a hilarious poll asking which Jo Bro you’d lay off.  We know, we know…all of them!

SIZZLED OUT: Justin Timberlake (Jessica Biel)

STILL SIZZLING: Though rarely seen in public, this actress–and close Madonna friend–is denying she, too, is having marriage troubles with her own Brit.

November 14, 2008 Pt. 2

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We know we're not one to talk, but obsessions are NOT HEALTHY, people!

We know we're not one to talk but obsessions are NOT HEALTHY, people!

John Mayer: Jennifer Aniston sent some praise his way, and now he’s doing the same for her.  He told PEOPLE: “It’s really nice to have somebody in life have your back.  That girl knows me … so whether I go to bed alone or not, to have somebody who knows you in this world, that’s a really nice thing.”  Sweet or gag-inducing?

Paula Abdul: More disturbing information is being released about the shocking death outside the Idol’s home.  All it really shows: too little action taken too late.

Joe Jonas: After several weeks of bad press thanks to ex Taylor Swift, the middle Jo Bro used his MySpace to set the record straight.  This is getting a little too Degrassi for our liking.

Hollywood: Cutting back on the holiday party extravagance and we don’t feel bad one bit.

The View: For the very first time the show is number 1 in the daytime ratings but now that the election’s over we doubt’ll last.

Changeling: We still haven’t seen this movie, and though this article kind of spoils it, we’re even more fascinated now that the real-life mystery has been solved.

Hilary Duff: The former Lizzie McGuire signed a deal with NBC to develop and star in a new TV show.  No news yet if it’ll be part-cartoon.

Obama: The first sit-down is coming and it’s with 60 Minutes.  Expect it to air as soon as this Sunday.

Lip-Syncing: Don’t try it in China.  Soon it’ll be against the law!

Wall-E: When the hit comes out on DVD next week, there’ll be a short film starring Burn-E.  Yeah, we don’t remember him either.

Michael Moore: The filmmaker was originally planning a sequel to his Fahrenheit 9/11 but instead will focus on the economy.  New times, new problems, more movies.

Justin Timberlake: Called New York City the “realest in the world.”  Is realest even a word?!  And what makes NYC any more real than the thousands of others?

November 12, 2008 Pt. 2

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Will daddy's little twin make room for baby?

Will daddy's little twin make room for baby?

American Idol: A failed contestant, reportedly obsessed with judge Paula Abdul, committed suicide outside the singer’s home.  Will the show be softer with its criticism now?  Sadly, we doubt it.

Idol Gives Back: Guess not everything they do is bad.  They raised $64 million for international charities.

Adam Sandler: Remains the only man in his family since his wife just gave birth to a baby girl.  This makes a second mini-me for the funnyman.  His older daughter looks just like him!

Rosie O’Donnell: The first details about Ro’s variety special are slipping out: Alanis Morrisette and Ne-Yo will both perform.  After all, she’s the Queen of Nice and she can have whatever she likes.

Jennifer Aniston: Throws around phrases like “this is going to be a hayride and a half.”  No wonder she’s still single.  She also says she and ex John Mayer “adore one another.”  Hmmmm…

Billy Joel: Going on tour with Elton John…for two years?!  At least, says the piano man.  He also claims ticket prices won’t be high.  Yeah, we’ll believe it when we see it.

DWTS: Was there some poor sportsmanship at last night’s elimination?  After Maurice Green got the ax, the audience burst out into cheers.  And that was audience consisted of teens happy that hottie Cody Linley was still in the game.

Raffaello Follieri: Anne Hathaway’s ex wants to change prisons because the jail he’s in now is too “unsanitary.”  What, you thought you were going to a country club?

Joe Jonas: Poor Taylor Swift!  Not only did the Jo Bro dump her in such a we-must-still-be-in-high-school way, but he’s also already moved on!  Sketch!

Brad Garrett: Everybody doesn’t love Brad.  Or the papparazzi.  The result: a criminal investigation into battery.  Oh boy.

November 6, 2008

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Feels like just yesterday, doesn't it, Carson?

Feels like just yesterday, doesn't it, Carson?

Brothers & Sisters: It was really nice that the show wanted to incorporate Proposition 8 awareness into its show.  Too bad the episode will air after the measure passed.  Damn scheduling changes.

Supreme Court: Considering they hear very few cases, it’s really bothersome that they’re spending their time debating the use of curse words on TV.  Aren’t there more important issues going on?

CNN: Were you as confused as we were by the hologram magic on CNN’s election coverage the other night?  This article explains the science behind it and, well, we’re still confused.

Gulliver’s Travels: We never had any incentive before to read the book and, whaddyaknow, that’s about to change!  The classic tale is being made into a movie with Jack Black!  That’s enough to send us right to the library.

Google: Any chance at partnering with Yahoo is gone now that the big bad government said doing so would break antitrust laws.  We happen to think Monopoly the game is a lot more fun.  Maybe not for Google or Yahoo, though.

Political Cartoons: Man, we wish we could draw.  We wish we could be funny.  Political cartoonists get to be both!  And they’ve done a killer job with election results.

Youth Votership: Turnout was up by more than 2 million in comparison to the ’04 election.  Let’s hope it keeps rising in the future.

Election 2008: In case you’ve been living under a rock lately (or you want to reminisce or you just want to be amused) MTV has condensed the entire election into a 60-second clip.  Surprisingly, it’s pretty good!

TRL: We’re less than two weeks away from when the iconic show will air no more.  Looking back on the past 10 years, it’s like reliving our childhood all over again!

Backstreet Boys: Competing with NSYNC may seem so 90s but the original boy band admits they’re “still striving to be better!”  Watch out, Jonas Brothers!

SIZZLED OUT: Pete Wentz

STILL SIZZLING: This animated show is being called out by gay-rights groups for using the phrase ‘that’s so gay.’  How stupid can be you be?  Like, duh!

October 28, 2008 Pt. 2

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No longer a (wannabe) journalist

No longer a (wannabe) journalist

Obama: His presidency may pose the biggest challenge to political cartooning.  The satirists are fretting about how to depict him without being too offensive.  But isn’t offensiveness part of the point?

Lydia Hearst: The publishing heiress has resigned from her New York Post column on grounds that her editor published something with her name that she, in fact, did not write.  Who knew the socialite had such morals?

90210: Back with new episodes tonight…and another interracial couple?  So it seems.

Jonas Bros.: Coming to a theater near you in Walter the Farting Dog.  We just threw up a little.

The Hills: We rarely write about this show because we think it kills brain cells, but we must applaud David Letterman for cleverly attacking L.C. and co. on his show last night.

Hairspray: A sequel is in the works but John Travolta says he’s unlikely to reprise his cross-dressing role.  We’re not thrilled with the idea of a sequel but we feel better about it knowing Travolta won’t be a part of it.

Janet Jackson: Her tour is really not going well.  After canceling a string of dates due to migraines, her opening act LL Cool J (though we like to spell it out: Ladies Love Cool James) has dropped out.  Refund, please.

Zac Efron: Does success in HSM mean success in all other things?  That’s what the execs of the Footloose remake are hoping.  The producion dates have been moved up following Zac’s mega-box office receipts with HSM 3.

October 9, 2008

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HSM 3 IS COMING!

HSM 3 IS COMING!

Hugh Hefner and The Girls Next Door: Holly and company have broken up with the notorious playboy.  One of their gripes: 82-year-old Hugh wouldn’t get married or have kids with them.  Shocking considering he’s been so committed in the past.

Brooke Hogan: Hogan has declined an invitation to pose nude for Playboy–though she may in the future.  After all her family’s troubles, shouldn’t her goal be to not attract attention?

Brangelina: Brad likes Angelina.  Angelina likes Brad.  They’ve proven that much already.  Do we really need to see a picture of Angie breastfeeding–taken by Pitt–to realize this?  The creepiness factor just went up a notch.

The Hills Take New York: L.C. pal Whitney Port is fleeing sunny California for the big bad city of New York–and a comfy gig with Diane von Furstenberg. If only it were that easy–or fake–for the rest of us!

HSM 3: Midnight movie tickets have gone sale.  Do you have yours yet?

Nick Jonas: The only thing stopping Mr. Flatiron from zooming around on his new motorcycle?  The proper license.  Let the betting begin: how long before he has his first crash?

STILL SIZZLING: Which wannabe starlet says the pending assualt charges (from an altercation with another wannabe) against her have “destroyed” her family?  As they say, that’s the price of fame!