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    Let me love you Don Keefer.

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    The latest rumor floating around claims Britney’s first single off Album 8 drops in October and features rapper Wiz Khalifa.


    I saw this buzzing on Twitter a few days ago and they just posted it on BH. Hmm... not sure if I like this tbh. Would prefer a better rapper like Drake or R&B SINGER Frank Ocean on it imo and for it to have a Inside Out or Breathe On Me vibe instead of a typical collabo with a rapper. What about you guys?

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    Transformation: Jenny Lee, a plastic surgery addict who appeared on Oprah in 2004 (left), still struggled with body issues seven years later (right) after a weight gain caused by fibromyalgia

    A woman so addicted to plastic surgery that she's had 59 procedures has told how she still struggles with her obsession with beauty, especially after a recent weight gain.

    Jenny Lee, who shocked Oprah and viewers with her Barbie-like looks in 2004, made an appearance seven years later on Oprah: Where Are They Now?, which will return for a new season on Sunday.

    In the episode, the mother-of-two from Austin, Texas, opens up about learning to accept her body after being diagnosed with fibromyalgia, a painful disease that caused her to gain weight.

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    Dissatisfaction: When she first met Oprah, the talk show host told her that she looked like Barbie. Jenny responded: 'I'm trying very hard to find acceptance. But when I look in my reflection, I still don't like what I see'

    'Initially my self-esteem took a huge blow,' the blonde tells Oprah.

    'I was just like, "Are you kidding me?" Because I look at some pictures. . . where I was really thin. But I was the healthiest and the happiest at that time, and I miss those days.'

    Indeed, Jenny appears completely different in the episode, displaying a puffier face and noticeable weight gain.

    'I had to really come to terms [with] the fact that for once in my life, I'm not in control of my body,' she confesses.

    When she first met Oprah, the talk show host told her that she looked like Barbie - to which Jenny responded that she had always struggled with accepting her looks.

    She talked about 'a battle' with her self-esteem that started when she was young, and which she hasn't been able to kick to this day.

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    Enduring habit: Seven years after her first Oprah appearance, Jenny had undergone 33 more procedures - including a fourth rhinoplasty

    'I feel like my spirit was broken,' she says. 'And I'm trying very hard to find acceptance. But when I look in my reflection, I still don't like what I see.

    'If I could be just OK with it, just OK, I would be very happy,' she added.

    'I'm trying to find acceptance, but when I look in my reflection, I still don't like what I see'

    Jenny's dissatisfaction led to her getting 26 plastic surgeries by the time she was 28 years old, including three lip implants, two boob jobs, three breast lifts and liposuction.

    After her first appearance on Oprah, Jenny and her husband had a baby, and she briefly kicked the surgery habit in order to be a more attentive mother.

    But soon enough, she was back on the bandwagon and had undergone 33 more procedures - including a fourth rhinoplasty.
    Jenny Lee

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    Side effects: 'I am in constant pain, all the time, every day, 24 hours a day, seven days a week,' Jenny (pictured with daughter Priscilla) said of her condition

    In the follow-up episode, Jenny says her final nose surgery, which took place in February 2008, was finally to her satisfaction. 'Now, I look at my nose and go. . . it's perfect!' she says.

    But other events in her life have not gone according to plan - like her diagnosis with fibromyalgia, a disorder that makes sufferers feel chronic widespread pain.

    'I am in constant pain, all the time, every day, 24 hours a day, seven days a week,' said Jenny, who cuts a noticeably fuller figure now, due to the disorder.

    Still, while Jenny continues to struggle with her own body image issues, she has tried to make sure that her oldest daughter, Kaleigh, will never have to do the same.

    'Where Kaleigh's concerned, I've always made it very clear that she needs nothing,' Jenny says in the episode.

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    Instilling confidence: While Jenny continues to struggle with her own body image issues, throughout the years she has tried to make sure that her oldest daughter, Kaleigh (pictured), will never have to do the same

    Carving her own path: 'I don't think I'll be following in my mom's footsteps with plastic surgery,' says Kaleigh. 'I just. . . at this time in my life, I really don't see anything wrong with me'

    'She's beautiful the way that she is and personally I would prefer that she don't do anything to change that.'

    For her part, it seems Kaleigh has got the message. 'My appearance isn't too important,' she says.

    'I don't think I'll be following in my mom's footsteps with plastic surgery. I just. . . at this time in my life, I really don't see anything wrong with me.'

    One thing that has been a saving grace for Jenny during her body transformation is her husband's enduring acceptance.

    'He's crazy madly in love with this Jenny,' she says, pointing to her new figure. 'Having that reassurance from him has made it a lot easier to deal with.'

    The new season of Oprah: Where Are They Now? will air Sunday, July 18 at 10pm on OWN.


    I feel bad for her, one of my biggest fears is that I should become injured or sick to the point where I can't exercise anymore.

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    Each month, director Lars Von Trier will be teasing a new "chapter" of his eagerly anticipated new film Nymphomaniac, which casts Charlotte Gainsbourg as Joe, a woman recounting her vast and varied sexual exploits. This month, Von Trier has kindly provided Vulture with the exclusive tease for the movie's second chapter, "Jerôme," in which Joe recalls her encounter with a young man played by Shia LaBeouf. Below, you can check out the NSFW still from the chapter's sex scene — featuring LaBeouf and actress Stacy Martin as the younger Joe— and below, we've got the short narrative from Von Trier describing the chapter's content.

    For more on Nymphomaniac, keep an eye on the film's official site: Footage from this chapter will be debuting tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. EST. As for the movie itself, expect a release from Magnolia Pictures in early 2014.

    Here is Von Trier's evocative description of Nymphomaniac's second chapter:

    Chapter 2:

    "Love is just lust with jealousy added"

    Though love is a shallow feeling in the eyes of the cynical nymphomaniac, young Joe is met by forces penetrating her armoured defences.

    ( SOURCE )


    NGL, as much as LVT constantly stirs up shit, I am genuinely intrigued about "Nymphomaniac" if only because it stars my kween Charlotte Gainsbourg, and I also wanna see it if it is worthy to be added on my LVT watch list along with "Dancer In The Dark", "Antichrist", and "Melancholia". Et tu, ONTD?

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    Want proof that Shailene Woodley is a beacon of hope in young Hollywood? Look no further.

    In a July 24th interview with Flavorwire, the Golden Globe-nominated actress spoke out about how the photoshopped images of celebrities we see in magazines are far from realistic, and why she has a problem contributing to a beauty standard that makes most women feel bad about themselves. She admitted:

    I saw somebody -- what I thought was me -- in a magazine once, and I had big red lips that definitely did not belong on my face. I had boobs about three times the size they are in real life. My stomach was completely flat. My skin was also flawless. But the reality is that I do not have those lips and my skin is not flawless and I do have a little bit of a stomach. It was not a proper representation of who I am. I realized that, growing up and looking at magazines, I was comparing myself to images like that -- and most of it isn’t real.

    But, despite opposing retouched images, Woodley is ultimately an actress who must promote her work. So how does she reconcile her beliefs with the necessary evils of her job? By refusing to wear makeup. Woodley told Flavorwire reporter Michelle Dean:

    So (a) I don’t really wear makeup that much anyway, so part of it is just a selfish, lazy thing, and (b) I want to be me. I do think it’s fun sometimes to dress up for the Oscars or for certain events -- I get to be like a five-year-old again, wearing my Cinderella dress. But for some events where it’s a more casual vibe, I just want to be me.

    Considering that women are negatively influenced by altered magazine images (especially young women -- research shows that 47 percent of girls in 5th through 12th grade reported wanting to lose weight based on images they had seen in magazines), it's inspiring to see a rising star like Woodley push back against those impossible beauty standards. We only hope more actresses take note and follow her lead.


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    Miranda Kerr is spilling the beans when it comes to hubby Orlando Bloom's romantic tendencies.

    The 30-year-old model discretely revealed in a recent beauty interview that her other half has a thing for...her feet!

    "I always keep my handbag packed with a few essentials," Kerr told Into the Gloss about her beauty upkeep.

    "Like, I believe in dental hygiene, even on the go, so GUM toothpicks are a must. And I always keep Similasan Dry Eye Relief on me. My eyes have been burned by flash bulbs twice at photo shoots—like blisters on my eyes—so I try to keep them lubricated now. I've also got tweezers and scissors for my nails in my bag."

    Innocent enough, right?

    "I'm really a freak about my nails," she continued. "Orlando and I share a nail thing—he has a bit of a foot fetish. I like OPI's Koala Bear-y on my nails. It's not organic, but sometimes I just do it."

    Foot fetishes or not, whatever the cute couple has been doing since getting married back in 2010 seems to be working!


    He should be BFFs with Quentin Tarantino.
    What's your fetish?

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    PHILADELPHIA — No matter what the title of the show promises, the skies over this location shoot for “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” had offered only thunderstorms broken up by occasional periods of mugginess. Maybe that was typical weather for this recent summer morning, or maybe it was the influence of the authors of the scene about to be filmed, who were thousands of miles away, busy with their regularly foreboding duties.
    David Benioff, a creator of “Game of Thrones,” said he welcomed the challenge of writing an episode of “Always Sunny.”
    For most episodes of “It’s Always Sunny,” the proudly depraved FX comedy about miscreant friends who run their own bar, the stars and producers Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton and Charlie Day keep the writing assignments to themselves and their like-minded colleagues.

    But for this installment, the three (presently gathered beneath an overhang, waiting for the rain to pass) entrusted those duties to David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, the creators and show runners of the starkly brutal HBO fantasy “Game of Thrones.”

    Mr. Benioff and Mr. Weiss have won acclaim for “Game of Thrones,” about a battle for power in a cutthroat medieval world; last week, it was nominated for 16 Emmy Awards including best drama.

    They have also gained a reputation — consistent with the George R. R. Martin novels from which the show is adapted — for killing off prominent characters in gruesome fashion.

    In one of their few outside writing assignments, Mr. Weiss and Mr. Benioff wanted to split sides in the figurative sense, not requiring broadswords or battle-axes. They pursued “It’s Always Sunny” not only because they were fans of the show and its creator, Mr. McElhenney, but also because its humor and fast-paced half-hour format would challenge them.

    E-mailing from Belfast, where they do most of their “Game of Thrones” work, they said that Mr. McElhenney was “a sadist and likes to watch drama writers crash and burn.”

    Mr. McElhenney said he embraced their offer knowing it was a good opportunity for his show, and respecting what Mr. Benioff and Mr. Weiss do on “Game of Thrones,” “executing that many story lines with that many characters, and creating such a rich and full tapestry every week.”

    Also, Mr. McElhenney said, “you don’t know who’s going to get their head chopped off.”

    The “Game of Thrones” creators first met Mr. McElhenney and his wife, Kaitlin Olson, another star of “It’s Always Sunny,” several months ago at a party in Los Angeles and confessed their love for the comedy. “Like all actors,” Mr. Benioff and Mr. Weiss said, “they respond well to worship.”

    As it turned out, “Game of Thrones” is one of a few shows that Mr. McElhenney and Ms. Olson, who are parents of two young sons, still watch regularly. “Once those kids are in bed,” Ms. Olson said, “we get real grown up.”

    When Mr. Weiss and Mr. Benioff hit upon an idea for “It’s Always Sunny” — a gloss on the novel and short story “Flowers for Algernon,” in which Mr. Day’s ne’er-do-well character is convinced that a scientific experiment is making him smarter — they suggested it to Mr. McElhenney.

    Asked if they were tempted to kill off any principal “Sunny” characters, Mr. Weiss and Mr. Benioff said: “Nah. Those guys are immortal in our minds. They’re like the Simpsons.” As for supporting players like the unnamed Waitress or the down-on-his-luck Rickety Cricket, well — they didn’t quite answer the question.

    Certainly, the “Game of Thrones” connection, and the large youthful audiences it brings in, is a powerful promotional opportunity for “It’s Always Sunny” at a time when the series is migrating to a new FX spinoff channel, FXX, that is aimed at younger viewers. (Both the new channel and the new season of the show will make their debuts in September.)

    Still, Mr. McElhenney and his colleagues had to be sure that the “Game of Thrones” guys could emulate the wayward tone of “It’s Always Sunny.” (Not that Mr. Benioff and Mr. Weiss are above the occasional reference to the male anatomy. Asked which muscles they got to flex on this writing assignment, they said, “The cremaster muscle.”)

    More crucially, Mr. McElhenney said that the intricate serialized style of “Game of Thrones” is “the polar opposite of what we do on ‘Sunny.’ ”

    Rule No. 1 of “It’s Always Sunny,” he said, is “our characters never really change or grow,” or else “there’d be no show.”

    By design, he said, “you could pick up Episode 6 from Season 7, and have no idea what was happening in the previous seasons or episodes, and catch right up.”

    So Mr. Weiss and Mr. Benioff were subjected to the same process any other potential contributor would undergo. They went to the production offices, pitched their idea to the writing staff, wrote an outline that was further refined by the show’s writers and then a script that was also revised.

    The “Game of Thrones” creators said it “was humbling to step into a room with 15 guys who are smarter, funnier and quicker than we are.” They added, “They were all very gracious about the fact that we’re both brutally unfunny.”

    But the writers of “It’s Always Sunny” said that Mr. Benioff and Mr. Weiss delivered a script that was structurally sound.

    “We knew that most importantly there would be a working story, and we can always add or subtract jokes,” Mr. Day said. “If a random actor came in and wanted to write an episode, I would be concerned. But anyone who runs a successful show, I know they’re probably going to do a good job.”

    Mr. McElhenney is already fantasizing about other notable show runners who could contribute to “It’s Always Sunny,” adding that Matthew Weiner, the creator of “Mad Men,” had been “threatening to write an episode.”

    (Mr. Weiner, who is currently preparing the final season of “Mad Men,” said in a telephone interview: “We’re discussing it. I don’t think I’m allowed to write anything for any other TV show right now.”)

    Mr. McElhenney, asked when he would get to write a “Game of Thrones” episode in return, could only bite his lip and shrug his shoulders. “I’m waiting for my offer,” he said.

    Mr. Weiss and Mr. Benioff, meanwhile, said their experience at “It’s Always Sunny” had taught them that “we should let those guys write future episodes of ‘Game of Thrones’ while we hang out and get drunk at our favorite bar.”

    "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" will premiere on Wednesday, September 4 at 10 p.m. ET, followed by the Season 5 premiere of "The League" at 10:30 p.m., FXX announced today.

    Both series have been picked up for 13 episodes. "Always Sunny" will air its 100th episode on Wednesday, October 9 at 10 p.m as part of Season 9. An offshoot of the existing FX channel geared towards comedies, FXX will launch on Monday, September 2 at 7 a.m. ET and will be carried in 72 million homes.

    Also joining FXX's lineup is "Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell," which will air five nights a week at 11 p.m. ET starting September 4, with "Best of the Week" compilation episodes on Sundays in the same timeslot. The half-hour show stars standup comedian Bell as he dissects politics, pop culture, race, religion, sex and the media from his own unique point of view. Bell, Chris Rock, Chuck Sklar and Keri Smith Esguia are executive producers.

    Other comedies airing on FXX include syndicated reruns of "How I Met Your Mother," "Parks & Rec," "Sports Night," "Arrested Development," "Freaks & Geeks" and "Rescue Me."


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    Don't go chasing Born This Way, tbh.


    In case the above is taken down:

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    She's a regular visitor to fashion week shows around the world, and is always seen rocking the most recent fashion trends.

    But for her look on Wednesday, Jessica Alba decided to go back in time and revisit a retro style, in a pair of denim flared jeans.

    Jessica teamed the bell-bottoms with a striped top and navy cardigan.

    Even conscious of the fashion rules, Jessica followed Victoria Beckham's example and opted for a pair of denims that were slightly too long - teamed with a pair of sky-high wedges to add to the leg-lengthening effect.

    Jessica left her long hair loose and tousled as she arrived for an office meeting in Santa Monica and wore a pair of sunglasses to add to her ensemble.

    The mother-of-two's outing came as it was confirmed she has been cast alongside Patrick Wilson and Star Trek Into Darkness hunk Chris Pine in Joe Carnahan's action comedy Stretch, according to Deadline.

    The film - which will also star The Hangover Part III actor Ed Helms and Brooklyn Decker - follows Wilson as a limo driver whose billionaire client (Pine) makes a series of strange requests on his final night on the job, leading to dramatic consequences.

    Stretch is being produced by Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions as the first offering under his new 'first look' deal with Universal Pictures.

    The producer is best known for working on the Paranormal Activity and Insidious franchises, as well as recent hit horror flick, The Purge.


    She looks so cute and happy. NGL, I wish flared jeans would come back in style in a major way.

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    This list was compiled via Wikipedia, some ONTD users, ATRL comments & such
    Obviously no 2 popstars career trajectories are the same, all of these are ballpark, so for example, if one popstar from the 80s had 2 hits, while a current popstar had 5, they're not supposed to be equal, its overall, retrospect, everything inclusive, impact, sales, staying power, hits, fans, concerts & so on

    Also there are some pop girls that aren't included, either because they didn't have any comparable counterpart or because they haven't been around long enough to compare

    Jojo/Taylor Dayne

    JoJo & Taylor Dayne are both paltry white girls who share a big voice, some big hits early on in their career segueing into declining sales

    Selena Gomez/Debbie Gibson

    Debbie Gibson & Selena Gomez have both enjoyed success mainly due to their pre-pubescent tween fanbases, Debbie or uh Deborah Gibson tried to show maturity in her music & had an image overhaul on her 3rd & 4th albums but her teen fans clearly weren't here for it

    Demi Lovato/Tiffany

    Just like Demi & Selena, Tiffany rivaled her peer Debbie Gibson & she also had some personal problems become tabloid fair which gave her a more mature advantage over her contemporaries, When Tiffany tried to slut it up, her fans & their moms weren't here for it, Just like Debbie Gibson, oop

    Shakira/Gloria Estefan

    Both Shakira & Gloria Estefan are Latin superstars that have had huge hits in America, and have been complimented on their worldy beauty, but most of their sales come internationally & they still maintain a solid fanbase

    Carly Rae Jepsen/Kim Carnes

    Both Kim Carnes & Carly Rae Jepsen write their own hits, but for both only one has translated well with the public, but Kim's "Bette Davis Eye's" & Carly's "Call Me Maybe" smashed for weeks on weeks, but they couldn't repeat that success with later releases

    Miley Cyrus/Samantha Fox

    Miley Cyrus current pop transformation & Samantha Fox's music career image & sound are crazy similar, Samantha Fox was known for being naughty & hanging out with black guys, very different from her humble UK upbringing, although Miley had a successful career in TV and never had to struggle for money no one can deny that she's trying to capture the "urban" demo, as Samantha did so well

    Nelly Furtado/Sheila E

    Nelly Furtado & Sheila E both started out more using their skill of music rather than their looks, Sheila E comes from a prominent & well known musical family & started out drumming with them & Nelly started out as a sort of more exotic, more attractive Macy Gray/Norah Jones hybrid, Sheila met Prince & the rest is history, Nelly met Timbaland & the rest .. is history, They both had huge albums & hits in the urban market but failed to recapture that success with future releases

    Gwen Stefani/Deborah Harry

    You can pretend like Gwen Stefani & Deborah Harry dont have alot in common but they do, Both started out fronting highly successful bands & both went on to use more "urban" sounds on their solo projects, When they came back to release with their original bands again, the public didn't think the magic was there for neither bands, but they both will always be the ultimate cool girls

    Azealia Banks/Roxanne Shante

    Azealia Banks & Roxanne Shante both grew up in NYC, both got big breaks when they sampled someone elses instrumentals & both are known for their way with words, Azealia, backed by the fashion industry may have the edge over Roxanne but both MC's prove that you don't need to have your boobs hiked up high to get attention in Hip Hop

    Ciara/Jody Watley

    Both Jody Watley & Ciara are striking to look at, both have had huge hits, both have subtly pushed the boundaries of R&B & Pop, Jody, a dancer on Soul train was known for her moves in the 80s just as well as Ciara is known as probably the best female dancer of our generation, Jody's singles started to falter with the public as she moved away from her street-smart image into a more high fashion look, Ciara, moved on from her ATL roots to a more Hollywood look, but with "Body Party" & her new album besting her last she might have more staying power than Jody

    Pink/Kelly Clarkson/Pat Benetar

    This one was a threeway tie, Pink, Kelly & Pat all had strong verses, powerful sing-along choruses & albums filled with karaoke favorites, they all wrote alot of their own hits & paved the way for strong white females in the future to rock out

    Lana Del Slay/Belinda Carlisle

    Both Belinda & Lana are known for their striking, streamline almost exotic beauty, Both have had history in more rock-infused pop songs, Belinda ofcourse with the Go-Gos & Lana with her many transformations over the years, Belinda's songs after her breakup with the Go-Go's were very Adult Contemporary & Lana seems to be going in the same direction with more adult oriented material

    Kesha/Cyndi Lauper

    Kesha & Cyndi both have party-girl anthems, have had other hits, wrote a large portion of their songs & have written for others as well, Cyndi started off with a bang & slowly started to dwindle from the pop charts, Kesha seems to have faltered a bit with her new releases, but both Cyndi & Kesha have presence in other areas of the media & are songwriting still


    Like Cher in the 80s, Madonna has had hits and will probably continue to have hits here & there, she'll always been known as a polarizing chameleon that helped shape the pop landscape but she's not resonating so much with the younger music consumers

    Katy Perry/Paula Abdul

    Both Katy & Paula have broken records with one album, both are known for their beauty & capitalizing on it, where Paula excels in dancing Katy falls behind but theres no question Katy has greater vocals than Paula

    Beyonce/Tina Turner

    Both Beyonce & Tina are huuggeee concert draws, have changed the way the world looks at black beauty & have had hits with their earlier acts & solo, Both known for their shapely bodies & amazing dance moves, no one can electrify a stage like these two, Beyonce has even said her biggest influence is Tina

    Rihanna/Whitney Houston

    Both Rihanna & Whitney were brought into the industry by an industry big wig, both have very very distinct vocals, both have broken numerous records, and have had number 1s out of the wazoo, but both of their personal issues have become tabloid fare, Both of their images & personas have greatly differed than when they first started out but no question they both are among the most successful women in music

    Britney Spears/Janet Jackson

    Both Janet & Britney made a name on sexy hits & sexier dance moves, they both have broken records & have numerous top 10 hits on Billboard, They both also have had tumultuous but very private personal lives that the public tries to pry & get a peek into but can't seem to, They both started singing and dancing at very young ages but have grown into beautiful, sexy women

    Lady Gaga/Madonna

    Both Madonna & Gaga arent the greatest singers or dancers on this list, They both are highly polarizing but they have proved to be amazing businesswomen & learned to work with what they have, There's no other artist right now that more exciting or annoying than Lady Gaga, Like Madonna she writes alot of her hits, is amazing on stage and keeps alot of her personal life private, No question that whether you like her or not, Gaga is a legend in the making

    include your own lists tbh
    & theres alot of commas and shit ok idek whatever ok

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    Despite her many attempts to move on, Selena always keeps coming back to Justin. Read on for all the EXCLUSIVE details on why she likes hooking up with the Biebs.

    SelenaGomez and on-again, off-again boyfriend Justin Bieberhave been through so much together, so it’s no wonder being with Justin makes Selena feel safe.

    No matter how many times they break up and make up, Selena and Justin will always be each other’s first loves (?!). It’s natural for them to keep coming back to each other, and a source tells us that Selena just feels comfortable being with Justin.

    “Let’s be honest, she can’t date a regular guy, so hooking up with Justin seems safe,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. lol

    It’s totally understandable that Selena feels this way about Justin, but we hope she isn’t playing it safe with him just because she’s afraid of moving on.


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    She is a talented singer and impressive dancer, but no one can be good at everything.
    And it seems Britney Spears may have something of a blind spot when it comes to style.
    The star once again managed to fall short on Thursday as she took sons Sean Preston and Jayden James for lunch in Thousand Oaks.

    The 31-year-old sported a pair of garish pink high top wedge trainers and turned up her jeans to accommodate them.
    Britney appeared to be attempting to combine an urban look with a prim one, as she also sported a pale blue lacy blouse which entirely clashed with her shoes.
    The top displayed the black bra the Till The World End hit-maker was wearing underneath as she left the Napa Tavern, one of her favourite haunts.

    But her appearance wasn’t of top priority for the star, who went make-up free and scraped her hair into a low-key updo.
    Instead, Britney was more focused on enjoying some quality time with her two boys from her marriage to Kevin Federline.
    The blonde carried a box of leftover food from the eatery while Sean munched on something as he led the way.

    The seven-year-old was dressed in a blue and yellow striped rugby shirt, denim shorts and orange and black trainers.
    Meanwhile six-year-old Jayden, who wore a blue and white checked shirt with cargo shorts and red trainers, sweetly helped to open the door of the restaurant.
    The cute boys just made their big debut in their mother’s music video for Ooh La La, which will play over the credits of The Smurfs 2 when it hits cinemas on July 31.

    Britney just inked a deal with Caesar Entertainment granting her a residency with Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, beginning in the autumn.
    If everything goes smoothly, the former Mousketeer would launch her concerts at the same time her hotly anticipated new record drops.
    Britney reportedly faced Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Reva Goetz on Monday to say 'how excited she was to be performing in Las Vegas,' a source told RadarOnline.
    The meeting, which took place as Britney has been under conservatorship since 2008, is said to have gone on for 45 minutes and ended very favourably.


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    This is the first major revival of the play which dazzled London when it opened at the Royal Court, prior to a sell-out West End run in 1996.

    Mojo, winner of the Olivier award for Best New Comedy, reunites two of British theatre’s great collaborators; writer Jez Butterworth and director Ian Rickson who, as well as the original production of Mojo, gave us the multi award-winning, hit sensation Jerusalem and the critically acclaimed The River. Ian Rickson is also fresh from other successes including Old Times and Betrayal.

    Set against the fledgling rock ‘n’ roll scene of 50s Soho, this savagely funny play delves into the sleazy underworld and power games of London’s most infamous district.

    Featuring a strong ensemble cast including Brendan Coyle(Downton Abbey, The Weir), Rupert Grint(Harry Potter, Driving Lessons), Daniel Mays(Made in Dagenham, Mrs Biggs, The Winterling) and Ben Whishaw(Skyfall, The Hour, Peter and Alice), sign up now to receive Priority Booking information for what promises to be an extraordinary new production of this modern classic.

    Official site
    Daily Mail (which tells who plays who)

    Yay!!I hope it goes well for him!!

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    Morgan Spurlock on FilmingThis Is Uswith One Direction:
    "It gets frustrating for them at times, because suddenly stuff gets printed that isn't even true. I saw an article that said, "Harry Styles demands Taylor Swift be taken out of the movie.' But by the time we started filming in January, they had already split up."





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    As we reported last month, former Teen Mom star turned adult film industry superstar Farrah Abraham has teamed with Brand UR for the latest addition to the apparel company’s anti-bullying themed CelebriTEE line, joining Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star Alana Thompson and seven-year-old Dance Moms cast member Asia Monet Ray on the Brand UR CelbriTEE roster. Farrah and her daughter Sophia have since gotten their shirts and the mother/daughter duo showed them off in a new keek video!

    Farrah shared the clip today along with the caption, “Be a Buddy not A Bully! @Keek @URBrand k.to/2orx Keek response in UR Tank:)) #RT” (Video at source)

    “Helllllllooo keekeers!” Farrah announces before showing off her new tank top, which is working overtime thanks to Farrah’s new aDDitions! “Mommy’s in her workout gear, and look what I’m rocking everyone. I’m rocking the UR Brand tee shirt by yours truly, and it’s signed by me!” She then asks Sophia “And what do we say? No…” And Sophia responds with “bullying!” although it’s hard to make out because apparently Sophia hasn’t been reading her Passy Perfume book.

    Want your own Farrah Abraham anti-bullying CelibriTEE? Head on over to The Brand UR and grab one now for only $19.95!

    On a side note, it was revealed today that Farrah Abraham has been nominated for two honors at TheSexAwards.com! (sorry, we can’t link to adult sites so you’ll have to head over there manually.) Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom was nominated for the Greatest Celebrity Sex Tape of All Time (as were 48 others!) and also “Hottest Sex Scene” along with a list of other contenders that includes DP My Wife with Me, Moms Bang Teens 3, and Tanya Tate’s Tea and Muffin Party. “Thank you Fans 4 the votes #Hottest Sex Scene and #Greatest Celebrity Sex Tape of all time !” Farrah tweeted. Good luck Farrah!


    Tbh, I'm only posting this so we can talk about how Sophia is like 4 1/2 and still has a freaking pacifier.

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    In the 30 years since the release of her debut album we’ve seen Madonna go from virgin territory to Earth mother and beyond.

    But what’s the The Queen of Pop™’s all-time greatest fashion phase? EW’s style team sorted through all the rubber braceletes and girl-gone-bad torn lace, the cone bras and the crucifixes and finally managed to narrow down the list to seven of Madonna’s most iconic looks.

    Dressed in a white wedding gown and veil, Madonna caused a stir at the 1984 MTV Video Music Awards with her performance of “Like A Virgin,” which kicked off with the singer perched atop a wedding cake and ended with her rolling around on stage. In 2012, Madonna admitted that her provocative writhing was actually an attempt to retrieve her stiletto. “I thought, ‘Oh my God; how am I going to get that? It’s over there and I’m on TV.’ So I thought, ‘Well, I’ll pretend I meant to do this,’ and I dove onto the floor. And I rolled around and I reached for the shoe, and as I reached for the shoe, the dress went up, and then the underpants were showing. And I didn’t mean to,” she explained.

    Blondes may have more fun, but a brunette Madonna proved she could stir up plenty of trouble. With her hair dyed a darker shade, the singer paired her little black dress with a crucifix in the incendiary video for the 1989 single “Like A Prayer.”

    Later that year, the pop chameleon went back to blond and dabbled in cross-dressing in the David Fincher-directed video for “Express Yourself.” The menswear inspired suit was cool, but what was with the monocle?

    Madonna called her 1990 Blond Ambition Tour “musical theater,” Rolling Stone called it a “sexually provocative extravaganza,” and the Pope called for a boycott. The show went on, and the world was introduced to fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier’s cone bra.

    Madonna looked to the Far East to find outfit inspiration — a Gaultier kimono, thank you very much — for her performance of “Nothing Really Matters” at the Grammy Awards in 1999. “The whole idea of Geisha is a great metaphor for being an entertainer because on the one hand you’re privileged but on the other hand you’re a prisoner,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “I always have to get comfortable in front of the camera and get comfortable dancing on twelve-inch platforms.”

    rest @ source

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    This week's Entertainment Weekly has a blurb announcing that Darren Criss and Lucy Hale will be hosting MTV's Teen Choice Awards, airing August 11.

    The show will also feature performances by One Direction and Paramore, and appearances from Demi Lovato, Liam Hemsworth, Ian Somerhalder, Selena Gomez, and more.

    source: image from tumblr, featured in Entertainment Weekly

    Did they go out of their way to pick the worst parts of their respective shows? Will YOU be watching the TCAs, ONTD?

    leaving you with the superior pll:


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    unretouched + UHQ


    Not sure if this is the single cover or not, but she's coming!

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