In a glorious, orgasmic wet dream of an interview, the blessed beauty blog Into The Gloss has now graced beauty junkies everywhere with Liv Tyler's skincare and makeup secrets.
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Brb bankrupting myself at Sephora. How does this American Beauty not have her own tag, and Linkin Park does? For shame Mods!
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Beauty post ONTD'ers?
Steven Spielberg will executive produce a new live action "Halo" television series based on the popular video games.
Spielberg, 66, appeared via video chat at the Microsoft One next-generation console launch Tuesday, noting he is a longtime gamer who began playing in the 1970s era of "Pong."
Microsoft unveiled the next-generation entertainment console that the company hopes will replace traditional cable company set-top boxes. It offers a combination of games, television, movies and other entertainment and is expected to go on sale later this year.
"For me, the 'Halo' universe is an amazing opportunity to be at the intersection where technology and storytelling meet," Spielberg said.
Nope nope...bad idea bad idea...I don't know if it would work out. He's gonna have to get a lot of CGI too...wouldn't it be better animated like that direct-to-dvd movie that came out a few years ago?
There are only a few days left of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, but some of the biggest films are still yet to come. Tomorrow brings Alexander Payne's "Nebraska," while Saturday includes both Roman Polanski's "Venus In Fur" and Jim Jarmusch's "Only Lovers Left Alive." And as for Friday? Well, Friday brings the return of one of Cannes' favorite filmmakers, James Gray, back with his first film since 2008's "Two Lovers" with "The Immigrant."
In the meantime, Gray's given his first quotes about the film in the press notes.
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Ke$ha likes to push the envelope, and we’d been warned that she drinks her own pee on the MTV documentary series “My Crazy Beautiful Life.”
On Tuesday’s episode, it happened.
Check out the video below, if you’re curious.
The Parents Television Council watchdog group has condemned the stunt; in a statement, its president commented: ”If given the opportunity, I can’t imagine that parents would want to pay for a cable network that airs an episode of a pop star drinking her own urine.”
Judging by the footage, it looks like Ke$ha may not be so eager to make this a regular habit.
Would you ever drink your own pee ONTD?
I know a certain article was posted here twice, but this is actual confirmation that she has signed w/ CashMoney and that things will be released! OMW. Are you ready?? (*:
At a small house that's used as the home of Deacon Claybourne on ABC's "Nashville," actor Charles "Chip" Esten rehearses a fight scene that also involves co-stars Robert Ray Wisdom (aka Coleman Carlisle) and Sam Palladio (aka Gunnar Scott).
The scene they choreograph with a stunt coordinator and key second assistant director will be filmed the next day for the "Nashville" season finale (which aired Wednesday). Esten wears kneepads over his jeans to protect his knees when he falls, but he comes too close to the edge of a stone coffee table for Wisdom, who exclaims, "Watch that!"
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"All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" winner, Trace Adkins and runner-up Penn Jillette dish on the season finale and what they're up to now that the show is over.
The scandal that has rocked Toronto and made headlines around the world has now reached late night: Mayor Rob Ford was mocked by comedy hosts on Tuesday amid allegations that he was caught on video smoking crack cocaine.
Both Jon Stewart and Jimmy Kimmel poked fun at Toronto’s leader.
On Jimmy Kimmel Live, Ford was played by Parks & Recreation actor Jim O’Heir. O’Heir imitates Ford’s voice and says he “looks forward to clearing this up.”
Stewart, meanwhile, addressed deputy mayor Doug Holday suggestion that it was easy to fake a video. He showed images of a motion-capture suit covered with ping pong balls and joked that this was “some James Cameron [expletive].”
“By the way, if you were going to alter videos, why wouldn’t you start with these two,” Stewart continued, before showing clips of Ford falling down while attempting to play football, and Ford walking into a camera at city hall.
The Daily Show:
Other than saying that the video is 'ridiculous', Ford still refuses to comment on the scandal.
Ford has also been removed from his position of head football coach at Don Bosco high school.
The Gawker fundraiser is still collecting donations. As of right now, the fund is at $125,665.00 USD.
Bear in mind that when I say “ruined,” I don’t mean that they stopped working. But I do mean that their careers took directions that, for one reason or another, could have gone or did go a completely different direction than what they originally intended or hoped for. Bear in mind also that this list is in no particular order, and I will undoubtedly have left some of your personal favorites out, and you may not agree with some of my choices. But feel more than free to include them in the comments section below. So, without further ado…
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This looks like it could be hilarious. The last minute of the trailer slayed me.
With "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men" approaching the end of their runs, fans of "The Walking Dead" may be wondering about the future of AMC's other tentpole drama. Thankfully, AMC thinks the walkers have legs.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, AMC's CEO Josh Sapan revealed that there's no end in sight for the powerhouse zombie drama, which brought in 12.4 million viewers for its Season 3 finale.
Speaking at the Barclays Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference on Wednesday, Sapan said, “We hope that zombies live forever and we’ve just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like, so that we’ll be sitting here at the Barclays conference in 2022 discussing the fact that 'Walking Dead' is not over.”
As for the pending finales for "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men," Sapan said, “We’ll all suffer from some minor heartbreak when these shows come to a natural close ... Like some of the best shows in history, there will be a mantle that exists sort of virtually in people’s minds, and in the world maybe they’ll actually put a statue somewhere. We will bring them to a close with the people who created them at the right time.”
Matt Dallas will be guest starring on Baby Daddy as Fitch Douglas alongside Kyle XY co-star Jean-Luc Bilodeau. Season 2 premieres on May 29th at 8.30/7.30c.
Glad to see they are still friends.
Jenelle Evans wants to set the record straight.
After getting arrested on Monday for failing to attend her court hearing on time, the Teen Mom 2 star explained on her blog yesterday what exactly happened that morning (in a way that only Jenelle can illustrate), and it basically all started by planning a trip to visit her older brother in Hickory, N.C., which is six hours away from Jenelle's home.
"My mom tells me 'check your court dates before we leave.' I did and I told her all my court dates and didn't realize I had ONE which was yesterday's court date," she wrote.
"Well as you all know, or pay attention to my Twitter, I have been waking up at 5am every morning. So yesterday morning I wake up and was up for hours bored waiting on my mom, Jace, and my brother to wake up," Evans continued.
"Then at 9am I get a text from my lawyer telling me 'Make sure your at court at 9:30am.' As soon as I seem that text my heart dropped out of my ass! I responded with, 'Do I have to be there?' Because sometimes I don't have to be there, well he responded with 'They are holding the case open until you get here.'"
As you can probably imagine, Jenelle's mother, Barbara, was less than pleased when she heard the news.
"I got yelled at the whole way back 6 hours home. Then half way home to court, my lawyer calls and tell me 'Well they closed court early at 1pm and they said they are charging you with a FTA and $1000 secure bond.' I'm like 'Are you kidding me?!!!!!! Ill get to court before 4pm when it's REALLY over with.'"
The reality star was advised to "hand myself in, bond out, then they will drop my charges," and was in and out of jail within two hours.
YOUR ONE-DAYS: Put on your helmets, people; it's time to check out this week's key debuts:
Daft Punk (Columbia) 300-325k
The National (4AD) 70-75k
Thirty Seconds To Mars (Virgin) 60-65k
Darius Rucker (Capitol Nashville) 60-65k
French Montana (Bad Boy/Interscope) 45-50k
Oh, and the UMPG staff would like to remind you not to light your fatty with your helmet on, unless you want to get, like, wicked baked. (5/22p)
Most of us have been subjected to Chief Keef’s music at one time or another over the past year or two and have already come to the conclusion that if he is a representation of today’s youth, then we’re all in BIG trouble.
It appears that busty Becky banger Katy Perry has just now caught wind of Chief Sosa’s brain cell-depleting brand of “hip-hop” and she wasn’t very impressed to say the least. In fact, she took to Twitter to let everyone know that she is NOT one the b!t$#es who “love Sosa”.
Welcome to the party Katy, we know you Hollyweird types like to arrive fashionably late. Yes, Chief Keef is one ignorant b@st@rd, but you’re no angel your damn self soooo…
of all the songs in the world, a rap song gives her "serious doubt"?
Taylor Swift enjoyed a massive birthday bash in her music video for Red single "22," and Conan O'Brien would like to have a word with her. The country-pop darling basks poolside, chills on the beach with her friends, and parties in a swank pad in the clip, but Conan is put off by the false portrayals of young adulthood.
"Taylor Swift is great . . . but I know what it's like to be 22. I don't think that that's an accurate representation of what it's like to be 22," Conan says. He calls out Swift for her decked-out apartment, and continues "I didn't see any ramen noodles in that video. That's all you're eating when you're 22."
Conan later laments Swift's supposed big night out, making an intentionally out-of-touch St. Elmo's Fire reference. As his grievances continue, they also turn personal. "When you're 22, you don't even go outside. There's nowhere to go, there's no one to talk to, you don't even have a girlfriend," says Conan. "That's what it's like for everybody when they're 22. Everybody."
Lmao I love him.
He might be one of the most famous stars on the planet, but according to Niall
Horan's father, Bobby, the Irish hunk is still the same "young fella" he was
Horan was just 16 when he first auditioned for the X Factor in 2010 and found
worldwide fame with the biggest boyband on the planet One Direction. But his dad
Bobby has revealed he hasn't changed one bit despite the whirlwind three years
he's been through.
“The good thing is that he’s still the same young fella that left our house in
Mullingar that day in 2010," he told the Irish Herald.
Last week, Niall along with the rest of the lads Harry, Louis, Liam and Zayn,
announced their first stadium tour for next year called the Where We Are Tour,
which will take them all over the world next year.
One of the dates will be Dublin's Croke Stadium, something Bobby claims will be
an emotional homecoming for the star.
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he sounds like a peach and seems like the most fun. hopefully he doesn't have
many bad tattoos like the rest of them.
If Daft Punk‘s Random Access Memories wasn’t enough of an adrenaline rush for you, you may not have to wait much longer to get some sweatier sonics from the French duo. Speaking to BBC Radio 1, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo revealed that they’re already working on remixes to their RAM material. ”We’re working on some mixes ourselves,” Bangalter said. “So, yes, there will probably be Daft Punk mixes of Daft Punk. Usually, we never mix ourselves, that’s something we feel we’re interested in doing this time.”
The first track they’re tackling will be a “Get Lucky” remix, slated for a June release. We’re praying the release coincides with the Robots using their Robot skills to destroy every single goddamned copy of that unsanctioned Pitbull version of the song.
For the people that didn't like the exploratory/experimental parts of the album tbh.