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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Chef Ramsey has dismissed the Red Team, telling them to “piss off”. The women discuss what happened in the kitchen. Jessica feels like the Red Team is out to get her but she will continue to prove herself even more.

    Anthony says this is absolutely a new beginning after their dinner win and hope to turn it into a streak.

    The new challenge is for each team to identify five proteins under the pallets. The Blue team is going first. It takes the Blue team 10:33 to figure it all out. The Red Team has to beat that time. Nedra and Jessica continually get one palette wrong as the time starts to tick away.

    Nedra and Jessica finally get the duck right after having wasted so much time. The guys are rooting for the Red Team to waste as much time as possible. But The Red Team pulls out the win! Chef Ramsey says they are going to experience a day of fun at a Malibu mansion. Chef Ramsey says the guys got smoked and they are in for a day of grueling labor. They will have to make bread from scratch. The Red Team gloats as the Blue team gets ready to make the bread. Some of the guys tease Ray over his age, wondering if this is how he made bread in his old age.

    Larry Hamilton and Gabrielle Reese surprise The Red Team on the beach! The two go water boarding with some members of the Red Team.

    Jeremy passes out on the counter and a medic has to be called. He became overheated and dizzy, his head is starting to pound. Jeremy is scared that this might lead to another stroke. He wants to win, but doesn’t want to die. Team Red returns. Jeremy returns as well and explains he wasn’t eating enough. The guys joke that Jeremy need s a second opinion. Even the women think the diagnosis is funny. The Blue Team has to get up at 4 a.m. to bake the bread after prepping it. They go back to sleep again but Chef Ramsey wants to see both teams immediately.

    Chef Ramsey says that chef’s are required to work long hours and says they will be feeding emergency personnel. Each team has 15 minutes to get up to speed on the breakfast menu. Ray is having trouble keeping his eggs in the pan while Cyndi is having trouble getting her eggs out of the pan. She has to start over. The men are almost ready with their first order. Anthony says that Jeremy is becoming dead weight. Chef Ramsey is also frustrated with Jeremy who seems to be drawing a blank. Chef Ramsey wants to know which disgusting pig was going to serve the sampled food. It was Jeremy. Chef Ramsey says Jeremy could’ve killed someone.

    Jeremy leaves the kitchen and the Blue Team comes together to finish the breakfast meal. In The Red Team, Nedra is sleepwalking through the cooking. Nedra hates the morning time. Chef Ramsey tells Nedra to stop and demands to know why she is using soggy materials. Amanda has to start doing everything for Nedra. In the Blue Kitchen, Ray is scrambling to keep up the momentum with his eggs. Chef Ramsey is upset with the eggs and has to start all over again. On the Red Team, the women are almost done. Nedra steps in to get the Red Team back on track while they get behind because of pancakes as Ray gets compliments on his new eggs. The Blue Team wins!

    Chef Ramsey tells the Red Team that he has never seen such a disorganized pancake station in his life. He says it was a disaster and to nominate two individuals for elimination. Many of the women blame Jacqueline for failing on the pancakes and Nedra. Nedra says she is not the weakest one and wants to put Mary up. Nedra loses it! Jacqueline and Mary are nominated for elimination. Chef Ramsey is surprised by the decision and Amanda says she disagrees and that she nominated Nedra. Amanda and Ja’nel disagree. Ja’nel would rather go to Nedra for help instead of Mary. Chef Ramsey sends mary and Jacqueline back in line.


    Sorry for being late. Jeremy is going home, the in over their head comment sealed it. Also, Nedra needs to sit down. That shit with Mary was lame as hell. Nedra fucks up and then throws a temper tantrum when she gets called on it, she's getting into Gina territory with that shit. Nedra clearly can dish it out but can not take it

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    Amanda Bynes is taking a moment from her birthday celebrations to declare SHE DOES NOT HAVE RED HAIR SHE HAS THE BLONDEST HAIR! She is tweeting right now (share love and birthday wishes!) to tell us her redheaded impostor is still at large in NYC.

    It is time we unite to bring Chicky justice by finding her impostor and removing her imitation glasses for all to see.

    Source: http://twitter.com/AmandaBynes

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    Don't let the smiles fool you -- the women of The Real Housewives of New Jersey are back and feistier than ever. With the season five premiere just a couple of months away, Jacqueline, Teresa, Caroline, Melissa, and Kathy put their differences aside to sit for a cast portrait.

    Manzo - author of Let Me Tell You Something: Life as a Real Housewife, Tough-Love Mother, and Street-Smart Businesswoman -- assured things would be plenty messy.

    "Listen, New Jersey delivers. Trust me, We always think, 'We can't top this here, Can't top that,' and then something happens and we all say, 'Can you believe that just happened?' And there's a lot of that going on this year. A lot of 'Can you believe that just happened' moments."

    No doubt some of them involve her relationship with Giudice, with whom she had a blowout fight last season. "I would probably equate it to ice-skating on a lake where half of it, the sun is shining hard on the lake and the other half is solid ice. You don't know what you're skating on," she told Us of where they stand following their tentative reconciliation.

    "I wouldn't call it thin ice. I would call it unpredictable. That's a good word. Unpredictable".

    The drama makes for good television, but it doesn't make for a great life. "It's exhausting, but it's just a job. It's my job," she told Us. "That's it. Plain and simple, but this year definitely will have literally everyone from one minute to the next, things change that quickly. Highs and lows. It's like a wild ride. You don't know what the hell's going on from one minute to the next."


    Bravo confirms return of three ‘Real Housewives of New York’ cast members!

    The “Real Housewives of New York” have confirmed three cast members for the new season, which will begin taping within weeks, after holding out on the ladies all winter.

    Ramona Singer, Carole Radziwill and Heather Thomson have signed on the dotted line and will be back for the new season.

    They will also walk the blue carpet tonight at the Bravo Upfronts at Pillars 37 Studios in New York.

    Shaking in their boots are Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, Aviva Drescher and Sonja Morgan, who the network are still deciding on.

    The women are currently in negotiations over money, but Bravo is unsure they want the three to return.

    “They may want to round out the cast with fresh meat,” a source tells Confidenti@l.

    The cast had been on edge, waiting for the announcements as time ticked away leading to the upfronts.

    Nene: 25 Things You Don't Know About Me!

    Bam! Multitasking TV star Nene Leakes, 45, pauses to give Us Weekly the lowdown with 25 things you don't know about her. Catch her on The New Normal finale or on Bravo's The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

    1. My favorite housewife is Cynthia Bailey because she's a true sweetheart.

    2. But Teresa Giudice of New Jersey is the most entertaining to me -- other than myself

    3. When I was growing up, the one thing all my teachers agreed on was that I love to talk. Sometimes what comes up, comes out.

    4. I hope to win an Emmy someday.

    5. My Yorkie is named Playa.

    6. I have a shy side.

    7. My favorite childhood movie was Grease.

    8. I like to drink water from a wineglass.

    9. My celebrity crush is Simon Cowell.

    10. I insist on doing my own eyebrows.

    11. Christmas season is my favorite time of the year.

    12. Whenever I fly, I pray right before takeoff.

    13. I absolutely love wearing pajamas.

    14. I am a "glam'ma" -- short and fabulous for grandma -- to my son Bryson's 9-month old daughter Bri'asia.

    15. In high school, I was a basketball player and a cheerleader.

    16. I believe in miracles.

    17. I can sing.

    18. I love seafood.

    19. I attended Atlanta Morris Brown College.

    20. One of my favorite thing to do is spend girl time with my closest friends.

    21. But I can be a loner too.

    22. I would love to play a character that's far away from "NeNe" as possible.

    23. I have more than 100 pairs of shoes in my closet.

    24. I love heels! I'm 5-foot-10, but I can reach 6-foot-2 in them.

    25. My aunt always told me, "Never give up on your dreams." I never did!

    NYDailyNews, US, S2S

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    Anyone who came of age listening to a cassette tape of "Oops, I Did It Again" on their boom box (remember boom boxes?) wants the best for Britney Spears, who's been through a lot in her 31 years... most of it in the spotlight. Now, after mental health concerns, financial troubles, and romantic blowups, it looks like she's finally found someone to just stand still with for a hot second: David Lucado, a normal guy who exists outside of showbiz (which is totally good for her, IMHO).

    The two were spotted for the first time on Valentine's Day, and Life & Style reports that Britney has already said "I love you" to David. An unnamed friend of Brit-Brit's confirms: "Everyone knows Britney falls in love very fast."

    Remember how quickly high school couples said "I love you?". Now that we're grown-ups, there's a significant amount of adult meaning attached to those three words that came so easily to that kid in your AP Gov class who you made out at the movies with for a week. There are some basic ground rules. You're not supposed to say it on the first few dates. You're not supposed to say it while drunk. You're not supposed to say it during sex (although, personally, I disagree), and you're not supposed to say it if it's not true. (Unfortunately, 43 percent of women don't follow this one.) But that's about it. Everything else is fair game.

    Britney and David have only been dating a month, but maybe it does happen just that quickly. Multiple studies have confirmed that the sensation of love (which, in this instance, is compared to being high on cocaine) can be achieved in under a fifth of a second, and three times as many men than women are likely to drop the L bomb first.

    However, both of these conclusions can be debunked or dispelled with just a little bit of context. For instance, the stomach-butterfly contact high described in the first study sounds more like infatuation than actual romantic love. As for the reason that men are more likely to say "I love you" first? I'm willing to bet that women are simply more afraid to be the first to say it, so they wait.

    lol who has done it, ONTD?

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  • 04/03/13--19:38: The Lakers Troll Shaq

  • Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA TODAY Sports

    By all accounts, Shaquille O'Neal's jersey retirement ceremony Tuesday evening was a smashing success. Except, that is, for one thing. When his jersey was raised to the Staples Center rafters with the rest of the Los Angeles Lakers legends, his name and number were printed on the front of the jersey, not the back.

    Check the collar — it's notched at the center, not rounded. Shaq's jersey is already a jarring sight next to those of Jerry West, Magic Johnson, and the others, because it's the first retired number to feature their modern style of jersey. But this gaffe makes it stick out even more. Hopefully they don't do this again in a few years when retiring both 8 and 24 for Kobe Bryant. Which is totally happening.

    UPDATE: The team has acknowledged the error, according to the Los Angeles Times. "The oversight will be corrected and a new jersey put up as soon as possible," a Lakers spokesman said.


    That's why The Lakers are shit

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    Gossip Girl star Leighton Meester has joined Robert Downey Jr. in The Judge, the Warner Bros. dramedy being directed by David Dobkin.

    Meester joins a cast the includes Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga, Vincent D’Onofrio, Dax Shepard, and Billy Bob Thornton.

    Judge is a co-production between Team Downey and Big Kid Pictures and a Boston shoot beginning in June is being eyed.

    Downey stars as a successful attorney who returns to his hometown for his mother's funeral to discover that his estranged father (Robert Duvall), the town's judge, is suspected of murder. The man sets out to discover the truth, and along the way, reconnects with the family he walked away from years before.

    Meester will play a character with whom Downey has a one-night and whose later revelations cause quite a bit of headaches for the man.

    Judge is Meester’s first major move since wrapping Gossip Girl, which ran for six seasons on the CW. In that time, she appeared in such movies as Date Night, Country Strong, The Oranges and That’s My Boy.

    She is repped by WME, Leverage Management, and Stone Meyer.


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    We all have our guilty pleasures when it comes to television shows and MTV has become the front runner as our eccentric drug dealer in the last decade or so. Jersey Shore, Laguna Beach, Teen Mom… all shows that no one really likes to admit they watch, but will never miss an episode partnered with a nice glass of red.

    I, myself, have fallen victim to the MTV parade and have noticed one thing in particular; most of the shows that I have found intriguing enough to commit to watching have all been cancelled. Why? Production value, plot issues, the liquidation of the show’s corresponding department, or the fact that I was one of five people that actually enjoyed watching them.

    At any rate, the following is my top ten list of shows that I personally believe MTV was stupid for cancelling.

    6. Singled Out (1995-1998)

    I’m not sure I even need to explain this show and how amazing it was. One of the first reality dating game shows fit for teens, Singled Out combined mindless elimination with the beauty of a young Jenny McCarthy and an all or nothing conclusion. It was generally a fun show to watch!

    It wasn’t a whole season of getting to know the finalists or dramatic rose passing ceremonies. It was good, clean fun. It really never should have been cancelled, especially if MTV would, much later, introduce a reality dating show starring Tila Tequilla that would be as lame and cookie-cutter as the rest of them.

    5. Undressed (1999 – 2002)

    One of the most sexually charged shows to have ever existed outside of the premium channels, Undressed was responsible for cold showers all across the viewing population. Set in college, the show followed several different students on the road to sexual freedom. The plot was thin in most places, written purely for the opportunity to connect three different sexual confrontations, but it did what it was meant to do: excite audiences into watching more.

    Yes, when this show first aired, I was young. Too young to be watching it, but that didn’t stop me. It helped me see that sexuality wasn’t something to be ashamed of and that, when the time was right, I could embrace it. And that right time was college. A lot of people can argue that the show was distasteful, but when you’re watching a show called Undressed, what can you really expect?

    3. Clone High (2003)

    This cartoon series was only on television for one season. One season! An absolute outrage for something as original and witty as Clone High. The premise of bringing historical figures back to life with cloning and putting them all in high school together is interesting enough, but to portray their own conflicts with living up to their originals made for a nice twist set against the backdrop of average teenage problems.

    There was not one historical figure that went unnoticed when illustrators dove into this show, but their choice of main characters was fantastic. Abraham Lincoln, Gandhi, Joan of Arc, John F. Kennedy, and Cleopatra, whom it is safe to say would otherwise never be seen together, get along, fight, make out, and destroy each other throughout the series, just as any high school characters would. I actually had this series on DVD and, not for nothing, but every person I ever showed it to fell in love and shared in my rage for its cancellation.

    2. Celebrity Death Match (1998-2002)

    What can I say about this show that hasn’t already been said? There will never be a lack of celebrities that people want to see go toe to toe in a death match. This was the show that made that a reality. A claymation portrayal of limb-losing, head-smashing, back-breaking carnage, Celebrity Death Match paired comedy and violence together better than anything else either before or after its arrival to MTV.

    Though the celebrities themselves were pretty captivating, the show offered three constants in the two hosts and the referee, all three respectively engaging and dependable. The show was hilarious, the action delivered, and, whether they won or lost, all celebrities got what was coming to them, which was very satisfying.

    1. MTV’s Fear (2000-2002)

    Cancelled when it was the top show MTV broadcasted, MTV’s Fear was one of the first, if not the first, reality horror/paranormal investigation show. Long before Ghost Hunters, Stranded, and Haunted Collector were even in the works, this show delivered the terrifying, gut-wrenching thrill that all of us were looking for in life. Matching up a group of random citizens, the show sent their contestants to the “most haunted” places in America (only once sending their cast to Mexico, which ended terribly and resulted in a new group being sent) and daring them to perform very strange, borderline masochistic acts in order to survive through the end of the night to get their promised $5,000 prize.

    Watching the show made you squirm, cover your eyes, and even bring your legs up onto the couch. It was hard to imagine being sent to a terrifying place, but then being asked to sit in a jail cell for thirty-two hours alone in silence? Or to put a noose around your neck where the rumored ghost had hung himself? No, thank you.

    The show was cancelled after its second season due to production costs, but I sincerely believe it was MTV’s biggest mistake taking this off the air. Now that MTV is completely rich from entertainment stains such as The Jersey Shore and 16 and Pregnant, they surely have enough to re-launch the scariest reality show that was ever on television.


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  • 04/03/13--20:46: Who went home on Survivor?


    Source: Me/TV

    I hate Phillip more and more every day, so seeing my hate-sister go home made me sad.

    Good news is that Cochran maintains his chances!

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    There are any number of reasons horror fans were uneasy about the choice of Uruguayan director Fede Alvarez to direct the "reboot" of Sam Raimi's seminal demon-possession film The Evil Dead. Here are a few.

    (1) He'd never directed a horror film.
    (2) He'd never directed a feature film.
    And (3), Raimi found him on YouTube.

    Yes, you read correctly. Alvarez had posted Panic Attack, a short film with desktop FX about alien robots attacking Montevideo, and it went viral with the Hollywood crowd.

    "I agree, it doesn't happen every day," Alvarez says in a phone interview. "But at the end of the day, it's nothing new. In the past, the director would go to a film festival with his short, and some producer would see the short and a job might come out of that.

    "Now, instead of going to a film festival, people are putting stuff on YouTube. It sounds more magical, because you are in Uruguay and you put it online, and the next day you have hundreds of e-mails from Hollywood telling you they want to work with you.

    "That's super-magic and great. But in essence it's the same. We're living in great and exciting times, finding new young blood to make movies."

    And speaking of new, young blood ... Alvarez chose Raimi's offer out of many because of the relative freedom his new patron offered him. And as a non-horror director, he has issues with most of them - even the original The Evil Dead.

    Like, why were a bunch of young people in a cabin in the woods in the first place (with a book of demonic incantations as reading material). In Alvarez's re-imagining - simply called Evil Dead - they're all there to help a junkie friend named Mia (Jane Levy) go cold turkey.

    "It was about creating a relevant story. I mean, just five friends going to a cabin in the woods to have fun and drink beer and have sex and then get punished and killed by a demon? That would have been silly, a dated idea."

    At 12, he was already jaded with horror genre conventions when he asked for something different at his video store back in Uruguay. The clerk gave him Raimi's film, called Diabolico in Spanish. "The Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th, I was tired of them. I went home and watched the movie and it was so scary. It was a lesson that if your parents tell you're too young to watch something, they're probably right."

    He has his own ideas about horror (a pencil stab in the Achilles tendon is more effective than guts spilling out of someone's stomach), and thinks it's no coincidence that the classic horror films have been made by non-horror directors. "If you think about The Exorcist (Friedkin), Psycho (Hitchcock) or 28 Days Later (Danny Boyle), all those are non-horror directors."

    But Raimi, who did morph from horror to Spider-Man-sized action, was a particular hero.

    "Evil Dead was such a big movie in my life. It's one of the few that I really remember when I watched it for the first time. I mean, I don't remember when I first saw The Empire Strikes Back, and it's one of my favourite movies."

    sources: article | pic/gif

    Can't wait to see this movie! Anyone up for a creepy post?

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    Sex sells. And there is nothing like a raunchy music video to go along with your song to propel it high into the charts. It is an art form.

    I think that out there, Hip Hop has the edge when it comes to raunchy videos. Following Ludacris’ P Poppin’ and Nelly’s Tipdrill Remix videos, I don’t think the raunch factor could be turned up any higher or else it would veer into out and out pornography. This will actually probably happen or has happened. But it wouldn’t be as appealing as the power of suggestion or the odd peek of a nipple. We don’t need full on sex – too overwhelming.

    The videos below all have a high raunch quotient which makes them fascinating to watch, if not erotic as well. Some are very naughty and others are more suggestive.

    7. Christina Aguilera – Dirty

    “I need that !!! To get me off. Sweating til my clothes come off”

    Good raucous dirty fun with Xtina – who by the way is upstaged by her skimpy red knickers which she proceeds to flash around at any given moment in the video. Those knickers are the real star of the show. Knickers aside, the raunchiest thing is Christina’s dancing which knocked my socks off. The choreography is amazing and Christina herself has a killer body to excite the male viewers. The video has a raw, fresh energy, like a lot of it was improvised. Kudos to the makers of the video and kudos to Christina.

    (and while we're on the subject of Xtina....)

    6. Tatu – All the Things She Said

    Rainy cod lesbian school girl antics with the two lovely lassies from Tatu. I remember when this video came out and being totally fascinated by it – the rampant portrayal of lipstick lesbianism on the music television channels during the day time. The two girls are in school uniform and they are behind bars looking out at a group of people who are all holding up black umbrellas and staring coldly at the girls who seem to be pleading with them for tolerance and understanding. In between their pleas there are close ups of the two girls snogging. They eventually walk off hand in hand in the sun.

    The two girls are very good looking and their sapphic capering would provide a mild sexual thrill to male viewers for sure, and also to our lesbian/bisexual sisters. For a further perviness factor, they are dressed in schoolgirl uniforms with skirts so short the whole world is their gynaecologist. Raunchy for sure and a good tune to boot.

    3. Nelly – Tip Drill Remix

    “It must be your ass cos it ain’t your face”

    Fairly obnoxious raunchy video by Nelly and his crew for a fairly obnoxious song which ta\kes a very cynical view of sex. Lots of women in bikinis shake their ass and frolic in baths together while Nelly and his mates film them and throw what must be thousands of hundred dollar bills at these women. It’s a pretty sleazy and down market affair – one scene at the end shows Nelly with his credit card, ‘swiping’ it down a girl’s butt cheeks – the obvious message of this act is that any woman can be bought if the price is high enough.

    The women get their own voice in, and they sound as cynical about love and sex as Nelly – “It must be your money cos it ain’t your face” they chide the men -”I know you a trick gonna spend that s**t”. All the while, beautiful girls are jiggling their butts like jelly. It is a raunchy video but it is deeply unwholesome at the same time. Which makes me love it all the more.

    2. Madonna – Justify My Love

    Poor is the man whose pleasures depend on the permission of another…

    Sounds quite warped to me but that’s the message Madonna wants to get across in this video. It all begins in B&W with Madonna dressed in a raincoat with a suitcase walking down a corridor. She falls against the wall, fiddles with her clothing, and then herself. A man comes along and leads her into a room full of men and women dressed in drag and mild scenes of BDSM. Madonna is on a bed kissing and caressing a woman, the man she came in with watches her and gets pretty hot and bothered. She cavorts with the man as well until the end of the song when we see her running up the corridor laughing.

    The video for Justify My Love is an erotic classic. It is a great adaptation of the song which I happen to really like. The video has a debauched atmosphere and it plays with sexuality in ways to surprise, intrigue and challenge the viewer. Madonna is always a pioneer when it comes to videos and she made further kinky videos with Erotica and Human Nature which were also really good.

    1. Ludacris – P Poppin

    I like a woman who makes her own dough
    Don’t need a lot of help
    But your heart will melt
    If I put a thousand in your garter belt!

    A video so raunchy it borders on the pornographic, P Poppin is a very explicit song and video about pole dancing and strip teasing. There are numerous shots of women in skimpy costumes shaking their asses. Ludacris himself is surrounded by naked dancers in the video and we can see their bare breasts and cha chas.

    From what I can tell, this is a contest to find the woman who can P Pop the best. There are lots of strippers sliding down poles and here are several split beaver shots in the unexpurgated version. Ludacris and his pals are watching the entertainment and going buck wild. Thy are literally throwing thousands and thousands of dollars at these women, and this spurs the women on to do raunchier and raunchier things to get money. At the end of the video, we see the strippers all scrabbling on the floor to pick up the $100 bills.

    So is this misogyny and exploitation of women in a raunchy music video? I think we all have free will and if women choose to work in the sex industry, that is their affair. If they want to dance in a Ludacris video – fair play to them. By the look of the heap of money they got, it was well worth their time.


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    In case Adele is looking for inspiration from a music legend in the wake of Joan Rivers' continued jabs about her weight, a new video excerpt from a 1969 interview with Doors frontman Jim Morrison finds the singer emphasizing that "fat is beautiful."

    The video was released by Blank on Blank, a new online PBS series that animates old interviews between journalists and their famous subjects. This one finds Morrison talking about his experiences gaining weight and how "great" he felt when he packed on additional pounds while in college.

    Here's the transcript of Morrison's portion of the interview, in which he sits down with legendary Village Voice writer Howard Smith, whose weekly columns and reporting on the 1969 Stonewall riots were associated with the advent of New Journalism in the 1960s and '70s. Watch the full interview above.

    "You know, that's something that really bothers me. What's wrong with being fat? That's what I want to know. Why is it so onerous to be fat? I don't see anything wrong with fat. You know? I remember when I used to weigh 185 pounds. I was the same height that I now am: 185 pounds.

    And I was going to college, and I had this food ticket at the cafeteria. And the cafeteria food is mainly all based on starch. You know, it's cheap food, right? And so I don't know what it was -- I just felt like if you missed your meal, I figured, well, I was getting screwed, right? if I missed a meal, I just blew it. So I'd get up at 6:30 every morning just to make breakfast. Eggs and grits and sausages and toast. Milk. Then I'd go do a few classes and I'd make it in there for lunch. Mashed potatoes, ahh. Every now and then, they'd put a little piece of meat in something, you know? And then I'd go to a few more classes and then I'd go to dinner and it was more mashed potatoes.

    And so about three months later, I was 185 pounds, and you know what? I felt so great. I felt like a tank, you know? I felt like a large mammal, a big beast. When I'd move through the corridors or across the lawn, I just feel like I could knock anybody out of my way. I was solid, man. It's terrible to be thin and wispy because, you know, you'd get knocked over by a strong wind or something. Fat is beautiful."

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    Wth? Is everyone involved in Adventure Time deranged? Me likey.

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    Disney's Garrett Clayton is caught in "candid" shots by paparazzi

    Garrett Clayton, 19, shows off his six pack abs while skateboarding down the street in Los Angeles.

    The young actor is set to star in the Disney Channel’s upcoming Teen Beach Movie as a cool surfer, alongside Ross Lynch, Grace Phipps, and Maia Mitchell.

    The film is about high school sweethearts Brady (Lynch) and McKenzie (Mitchell) who both enjoy surfing and soon find themselves transported into the world of their favorite beach musical film, Wet Side Story.


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    Aaron Tveit on His ‘Intimate’ 54 Below Show, the Concert’s Set List & the Outpouring of Fans’ Affection
    By Broadway.com Staff April 3, 2013

    Aaron Tveit fans have been going bonkers since news broke that the Graceland hunk would take the stage at 54 Below for four dates in May. Since that announcement, Tveit has added two more performances (May 9 and 10), and sold out all six nights of his NYC concerts. Broadway.com caught up with Tveit to get the scoop on this exciting show, and what lucky ticketholders can expect from the evening of song.

    “I hope people can just come in, and have a great time listening to some great music,” Tveit said. “I have an awesome band and they are going to rock out. The theme is forming. It’s basically just songs I’ve always loved to sing, songs I’ve never gotten a chance to sing and songs that meant something to me.”

    When pressed for some actual song titles, Tveit conceded, “I will definitely sing “I’m Alive” [from Next to Normal], “Goodbye” [from Catch Me If You Can] and some other stuff I’ve done. But hopefully, there will be some surprises too that people might not expect.”

    Tveit’s show is already one of the most popular and in-demand acts to ever grace the small stage at 54 Below, selling out in mere minutes. The news of what a hot ticket he’d become took the Les Miz film star by surprise.

    “I’m really, really excited to hear [about] the response,” the Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner said. And those who scored these tickets are sure to be excited to get a more personal experience with the stage and screen star. “It’s a smaller concert venue, [and so] it definitely is a much more back-and-forth experience with the house. I’ll be speaking to them and sharing some stuff, so it will be more of an intimate night than being on a Broadway stage.”

    And although Tveit has yet to take the stage at 54 Below, he is already looking ahead to future gigs. “Hopefully this won't be the last shows I do,” Tveit said. “I would love to do them many times at different places.”

    Tveit plays 54 Below May 3, 9-11, 17 and 18, and if you can’t wait until then to hear “I’m Alive,” check out the Broadway.com video of him rocking out in the recording studio.

    I tried my ass off to get tickets and it was a total bust on my end. The venue sent out an e-mail basically saying they weren't prepared for the response to the shows. They did the best they could and I do appreciate that they tried to remedy a messy situation.


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    Taking a break from filming, Kim Kardashian stopped off for a frozen treat at Sweets Harts on Wednesday (April 3) in Sherman Oaks.

    The on-the-go reality star relaxed in a beige maxi dress as she savored her cold delight and chatted with friends inside the shop.

    Though she is eager to get her divorce proceedings under way, Kim will have to wait until May 6 to do so.

    According to a report from TMZ, the socialite had put in a request to move the trial date to May 3 to better work with her schedule.

    The judge, however, denied the mom-to-be’s request saying that it did not work for her soon-to-be-ex Kris Humphries.

    Kim had been penciled in to be in New York City on the 6th to attend a promotional event for her new fragrance.


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    ...And participates in a civil war reenactment.

    It's no 1864 baseball but he is amazing and manages to cheer me up after a bad day. Can't believe he's turning 50 in a few weeks and he's still jumping around like that.


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    After exploding onto the scene as the child bride in a January-December marriage to actor Doug Hutchison, Stodden was forced to sustain her addiction to attention by shedding a growing number of garments for an increasingly unrealistic series of ostensibly candid shots that would then be "leaked" to gossip sites looking to fill quotas on slow news days.

    Now, it seems, Stodden has finally been left with no choice but to go all out.

    Literally: The latest issue of Robert Steven "Corpsy" Rhine's infamous Girls and Corpses magazine features a wholly nude Stodden "getting groped by a zombie".

    Here's everything you need to know about the "world's first comedy magazine about death," courtesy of their FAQ:

    Are your corpses real? Do you dig them up?

    Actually, we don't personally 'dig them up.' We're not grave robbers! The corpses are shipped to us from several locations — most notably South America, Eastern China and Guam, where the laws are more lenient about intercontinental shipment of cadavers.

    "Girls and Corpses is a silly, yet sexy magazine, which fits my personality perfectly," Stodden told E! News when asked why she gave her first full frontal to a corpse fetish magazine. "It was definitely interesting, of corpse…hehe."


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    One Direction have apparently been banned from eating junk food by their trainer while on tour.

    Morgan Spurlock, who is directing the 3D movie about the band, 1D: This Is Us, revealed on Twitter that the lads liked to taunt him by eating McDonald's in front of him - as he was put off fast food when he famously ate nothing but the fast food for a month for his film Supersize Me.

    But Morgan added that Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson had been warned off eating burgers in a bid to keep in shape for their live shows.

    He wrote: "They love eating McD in front of me, but on the new tour they have a trainer who's keeping them off the Big Macs!"

    The director - who has been following 1D everywhere for the last four months - revealed the 3D film will include footage filmed by the band themselves.

    He said: "The lads have been both in front of and behind the camera. They've been filming each other on the tour bus and on days off, great footage."

    Morgan added: "We spend a lot of down time w/ the band, w/ their families and friends. We really wanted you to see what their "normal" lives are like.

    "One of the things I really love about the lads is how much they care about and support each other. They really stand by one another."

    The director also revealed his footage included "More shirtless moments than you can imagine" and that he is considering some special 'Hair-iel' shots to capture Harry's "flowing locks". x

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