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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    The Sherlock actor was photographed holding a sign while filming the show’s third season in Cardiff, Wales.


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    MOSCOW -- The Swedish high jumper who painted her fingernails in rainbow colors to support gay rights at the world championships took the field Saturday with bright red nail polish this time.

    Emma Green Tregaro had been told by Swedish officials that the rainbow gesture, which brought international attention as a protest against Russia's new law against gay "propaganda," could be a violation of the competition's code of conduct.

    "It was harder to not paint them in the rainbow than it was to choose to paint them," Green Tregaro said Saturday. "I'm surprised by the big reactions, but I'm happy about the big reaction because it's mostly been very positive."

    The 28-year-old Green Tregaro won the bronze medal at the 2005 world championships, but she finished fifth Saturday at Luzhniki Stadium.

    She said the Swedish track and field federation asked her to "please respect the rules" and change the color of her nails.

    "So I decided to paint them red instead, for love," Green Tregaro said.

    Green Tregaro's gesture Thursday was a quiet criticism of a Russian law that bans so-called propaganda supporting homosexuality to minors. Russian pole vault star Yelena Isinbayeva later said the protest showed disrespect to Russia.

    The general secretary of the Swedish federation said earlier Saturday that the IAAF, the sport's governing body, had warned them that Green Tregaro may have violated the code of conduct.

    "They were saying that this was by definition a breach of the regulations, not saying anything else, really," Anders Albertsson said. "We have informed our athletes about this."

    Green Tregaro said that Swedish officials were standing by her.

    "But I didn't want the federation to experience any consequences in any way for my choice," Green Tregaro said.

    Isinbayeva's criticism of the Swedish athlete's gesture attracted wide attention because she also said she supported Russia's law and that Russians have "normal" heterosexual relations.

    Isinbayeva said the next day she may have been misunderstood because she was speaking in English instead of her native language. She also said she is against discrimination.


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    Click on the images for a larger (readable) version.

    For the tl;dr crowd:

    • Sims will now experience different emotional states which will "unlock" different interactions/actions.

    • Moodlets are still part of the game.

    • A Sim's environment will contribute to their emotional state. (Ex. an inspirational painting in a room can cause a Sim to be more creative).

    • You can purchase furniture from an "Ikea-like catalogue".

    • A Sim can be so happy that they laugh to death.

    • There will be new creation tools for custom content.

    • New advances in group behavior-- multiple Sims can now interact together in a more natural way.

    • Players now have control over groups of Sims-- they can tell the group as a whole to do something together.

    • MULTITASKING! Sims can now do things like drink while eating, watch TV while on the treadmill, interact with other Sims while on the treadmill, etc.

    • Create-A-Sim has been totally revamped so instead of sliders, you drag and drop on the actual Sim to change how they look (ex for a Sim with a longer nose, grab his/her nose and pull it to make it longer). 

    • Sims can add hats to their outfits.

    • In Build Mode, you can now build a room, then pick it up and move it to a different spot. Blueprint mode will also be available from the start, but you will be able to tweak it by moving walls, etc.

    Source: Screenshots taken on my Nook HD+

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    Ace's future best buddy has arrived!

    Less than two months after BFF Jessica Simpson had her son, CaCee Cobb has welcomed her own baby boy with husband Donald Faison, the couple's first child together.

    "Yesterday @caceecobb and I welcomed the most amazing little boy into our lives! Oh Happy Day!!" Faison tweeted Friday.

    "The happiest day of my life," Cobb added, also retweeting her hubby's sentiment.

    No other details were immediately available, including the little guy's name, so we're waiting on that for now.

    The proud parents tied the knot in December. Simpson, who attended as a bridesmaid, hadn't confirmed her own pregnancy news yet, but folks were starting to speculate.

    Once it was general knowledge that both Cobb and Simpson were expecting at the same time, however, they were free to be super-psyched for each other out in the open. Simpson threw her pal's baby shower and Faison called the pair "a good team" back in February.

    It's "great for those two" to be pregnant together, the former Scrubs star told E! News.

    While their son is Cobb's first child, this is baby No. 5 for Faison, who has three sons and a daughter from previous relationships.

    And speaking of BFFs, Zach Braff had this to offer: "Thank you @caceecobb. @donald_faison and I will take it from here. #mochaCub."


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    Do you dare to step inside the house of Margaret White?

    A new image from Carrie shows the house that Chloe Grace Moretz’ title character grew up in. It’s one of unspeakable horrors. It’s part of Sony’s new Facebook Connect experience. The Find Carrie site has launched. You connect with Facebook to have a friend act as a lookout while you explore Carrie’s House. Also, you can enter the Experience as Christine Hargensen with Billy Nolan as your lookout.

    “A reimagining of the classic horror tale about Carrie White (Chloë Grace Moretz), a shy girl outcast by her peers and sheltered by her deeply religious mother (Julianne Moore), who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom.”

    Brian De Palma’s 1976 film version of Carrie earned Oscar nominations for stars Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie.

    Kimberly Peirce’s prom night comes early this year – on October 18 to be exact.


    Creepy post? ONTD is so dead rn

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    Ashley Benson, 23, is one of our favorite beauty inspirations. The Pretty Little Liars star always looks good, whether she’s on the red carpet of just chilling behind the scenes — but we’re not sure what to think her August 15 Instagram! In the picture, Ashley is clearly wearing makeup while working out — and that’s a big beauty no-no.

    There are two sides to this beauty debacle: the ideal one and the practical one. Ideally, you should never wear makeup while you work out, and we shouldn’t even have to tell you why. As you sweat and your pores open up, the makeup can mix with grime and create a bacterial feeding ground on your face — resulting in blemishes the next day.

    However, Ashley is one busy lady. In fact, she probably went to the gym after a day of filming, so she more or less had to wear her makeup. And we get that — even we’ve rolled up to the gym without washing our faces first.


    Do you wear makeup when you work out?

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    Thanks to twitter user @kellybelle3 for recording it on her phone. Will updated the post whenever a better version pops up. :)

    'Sons of Anarchy': Kurt Sutter talks Season 6, Jax, Clay and happy endings

    When it comes to "Sons of Anarchy," creator Kurt Sutter has an end in mind. He's been very open about the fact that his story for the show will be complete after the seventh season. With the Season 6 premiere closing in fast, the time for the show's home stretch is at hand.

    However, looking back on the events of Season 5, the show's characters have never been in the middle of more turmoil and chaos. Zap2it had the chance to talk with Sutter about some of those characters, and the direction they are heading in Season 6. Be warned, the discussion contains spoilers through Season 5.

    Zap2it: In his rise to power within the club, Jax (Charlie Hunnam) has become a great example of how corrupting absolute power can be in a person. Going into Season 6, where is his story heading?
    Kurt Sutter: I think it's somewhat on that trajectory. There's a scene in episode 2 with Tara, where Jax talks about how the death of Opie is what's driving him and ultimately it's hard for him to step away now, because if he does, he sees that Opie's death was in vain. Opie set himself up, knowing where it was all going to a certain extent. And him sacrificing himself for the club, for Jax to walk away would be dishonoring his memory. That's what I'm talking about when I say the ghost of Opie is living in Jax, in at least the first half of the season, and is sort of motivating him to ... not necessarily go rogue, but perhaps pushing him down this path where he may be leaping before he looks.

    We spoke with Ron Perlman at Comic-Con about Clay in Season 6. He says playing the character has become very uncomfortable, because he isolated and no longer a part of the SAMCRO world. Does that isolation reverberate through his character?
    Yeah, you know it's interesting. Actors always sort of tend to experience what their characters are going through. When you've been part of something so long, and are so committed to it ... It's so ironic because I think a lot of what Ron is feeling, in terms of what's going on with Clay, is really what Clay is feeling. When you've been playing these characters so long, and I saw it on "The Shield" too, it's hard to distance yourself from it and not wear it. Not that they can't distinguish reality from fiction, but you just wear it for a certain amount of time. To be a sort of vital part of this environment for so long, then all of a sudden to do these things that have you exiled from it all, and now you're living this other life. It's as difficult, I think, for Ron as it is for Clay. And it's really interesting to see the impact that has on Ron. You know, it's been a difficult season for him, because Clay has had the wind taken out of him, and he's separated and has been betrayed by the woman he loves, and yet on some level knows he's responsible for that. He's on this very different, and I think really interesting, trajectory. I think, for me, it's the most honest and real we've ever seen Clay. I think it's truly more who he is as a man than anything else we've seen to date.

    When the show began, Tara (Maggie Siff) was a promising young surgeon who seemed to have her whole life ahead of her. While she now has a family, it seems everything in her life outside of the club has taken a complete nosedive.
    You know, Maggie and I have conversations about who she is and where she's going all the time. But, I gotta tell you, and I've always said this whether it was conscious or unconscious, when Tara was being pursued by Agent Kohn (Season 1), she really felt like her life was in danger, because he was a federal agent and nobody was going to believe her and nobody was going to protect her. So she came back to the one guy she knew could do it. I think when that happens, when Jax kills Kohn in episode 7, to be okay with that and for them to consummate the relationship ... Once that happens, I think it's really about "Okay, I'm in." That was a decision she made, and I felt like at that point she could not be spared the consequences of the life. She's trying to, but ultimately once she made that decision that she was part of it, she's subjected to the same circumstances as everybody else.

    You've said you have an idea for the end of the show, the final shot. Without asking for specific names, is there a happy ending at the end of this journey for anyone?
    You know, here's how I describe all this: It's a heavy world, it's a dark world but as heavy and violent as it is, I like to think that ultimately there is some sense of hope. So that it's sad and heavy, but there is always some sense of hope. Will it be a happy ending? No, but I do think that there will be something hopeful about the way it ends.

    Scoop from TVGuide + TVLine

    What can you tell me about the upcoming season of Sons of Anarchy? — Frank
    This season's major antagonist, Donal Logue's former U.S. Marshal Lee Toric, proves how formidable he can be in the premiere when he attempts to turn an incarcerated Clay against the club. (Unfortunately for Jax & Co., Clay finds Toric's offer to be plenty tempting.) Meanwhile, Tara will take a very "hands-on," do-it-yourself approach to surviving her time in the Big House. And if you think Tara being in jail is the biggest threat to her relationship with Jax, think again.

    Question: Please can you spare some scoops on Sons of Anarchy? —John
    Incarcerated Tara’s inner Pit Bull — which viewers first met last season when she went to town on Wanda De Jesus’ unhinged madam — will rear its ugly head again in the Sept. 10 season premiere. Also making a cameo in the super-sized opener: Charlie Hunnam’s naked arse.

    Title of the first 3 episodes of season 6

    6.01 - Straw
    6.02 - One One Six
    6.02 - Poenitentia (i googled it and it means something like "regret")

    SOA Q&A: Paris Barclay on Redemptive Season 6, Internal Club Strife, Impending Character Deaths

    Paris Barclay is the man behind the camera on Sons of Anarchy.

    And the director might know more about events to come on Season 6 than just about anyone not named Kurt Sutter, which is why we're so afraid by the concluding statement Barclay gave us on the red carpet of Comic-Con:

    "Everyone who starts this isn't gonna make it."

    Elsewhere in the exclusive Q&A, the director dubs this the season of "redemption" and also talks about chickens coming home to roost. Along with a dead kitten.

    omfg i love ron perlman, katey sagal, and donal logue sooooo much this promo got me exciteeed! :)

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    Calvin Harris has revealed that girlfriend Rita Ora "doesn't really like" his music.

    The 'Sweet Nothing' DJ explained that Ora is not generally a fan of dance music.

    He told The Sun: "Rita doesn't really like dance music. She doesn't really like my music, but I like hers. We're not together for musical reasons, which is great."

    When asked about the possibility of teaming up with the 'Radioactive' singer, Harris replied: "We're trying to keep business and pleasure separate. And she's not really into the idea."

    The pair began dating earlier this year and were rumored to be appearing on stage together at this year's Virgin Media V Festival, which takes place this weekend.

    Harris made chart history earlier this month after 'Thinking About You' became his ninth Top 10 hit from his 18 Months LP.

    He is teaming up with Tiesto for a UK and Ireland tour later this year, which he insisted will be a "massive" production.

    "We're gonna make it five massive, amazing-looking nights. Everything we make from it is going to go on the production side," he said.


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    The relationship between Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber has been scrutinized by the media since they became a couple. The on again, off again couple have been through a lot together, something Selena Gomez was willing to show to the world when she recorded one of her more personal songs on her new album, "Love Will Remember".

    Selena spoke to Saturday Night Online last week, talking about the process of recording the song that surprised her fans when it was released containing a voicemail from her ex, Justin, in the song. She told them "Love Will Remember" and "Forget Forever" were some of the hardest songs she's had to record.

    "Both of those are really strong tracks and very fun and emotional as well," she said, adding, "It was really liberating,"

    She also spoke to InTouch Weekly, stating, "Obviously, ‘Love Will Remember’ is a personal song to me and I don’t really need to say anything. I think my fans will get it. I think people will figure it out themselves.. I’m sure he’ll like it too."

    Obviously recording "Love Will Remember" was part of a healing process for the pop singer.

    What do you think? Do you enjoy "Love Will Remember"?


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  • 08/17/13--18:32: FRIDAY BOX OFFICE

  • Daily chart from Box Office Mojo

    Tomatometer from Rotten Tomatoes

    How was your Friday night, ONTD? Are you doing anything fun tonight or tomorrow?

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    Demi Lovato is fearless. Like fear to the less. The singer, who turns 21 next week, has absolutely no qualms about posting Instagram selfies in which she is wearing no makeup. She is a natural beauty, so of course she can get away with it.

    Her latest selfie was post-Teen Choice Awards, with her layered blonde locks tossed around her head in an effortless, “I just woke up” mess.

    Lovato also donned her black eye glasses, appearing as cute as ever. She really does look gorgeous when she goes au naturel. She is sexy when she goes glam, but we do like her when she sheds the false lashes, the smoky eye makeup and the lip gloss in favor of a little down-to-earth Demi.

    We won’t count those glittery, glam talons that she’s rocking, which you can see since she’s holding the camera to grab the shot. We’re speaking strictly about her makeup-less face.

    Just gorgeous!


    What do you think of Demi like this? I love it when she takes no makeup selfies. She is just gorgeous without makeup.

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    Jennifer Lawrence holds on to her co-star Nicholas Hoult as they make their way inside the X-Men: Days Of Future Past private wrap party on Saturday night (August 17) at CINQ in Montreal, Canada.
    The rumored on-again couple arrived in the same car and were nice enough to chat with waiting fans. The police were on hand just in case.

    Last month, Jennifer and Nick sat next to each other on the film’s panel at 2013 Comic-Con in San Diego, Calif.

    In this installment, the X-Men send Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) to the past to change a major historical event that could globally impact man and mutant kind. We can’t wait to see it!


    yes, these are four versions of the same picture.

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    “Real World” has been renewed by MTV for a 29th season, and will return to San Francisco 20 years after the house reality show’s first visit to the City by the Bay.

    The latest San Fran iteration of “Real World” will be a make-or-break season for the series however, according to sources. The unscripted series, which debuted on MTV in 1992 and has been produced by Bunim-Murray Prods., has seen a slump in ratings in recent years, at times struggling to crack the one million viewer mark in its live broadcasts. Show has also drawn criticism over increased violence in the house and lack of intervention from the producing team.

    MTV’s young demographics likely consume “Real World” via streaming platforms, VOD or DVR more and more with each season, but the live viewership numbers of this summer’s “Portland” season still mark a halving of the show’s ratings since its 2011 season set in Las Vegas.

    Execs at the net have admitted that “Real World’s” performance has been softer than they’d like in recent years, and that the show is in need of a fresh spin. Insiders say the 2014 season may have format tweaks, though the net was unable to confirm that speculation.

    Should “Real World’s” return to San Francisco fail to increase viewership and mark the venerable format’s final run on the net, MTV still has eggs elsewhere in the franchise basket, with “Real World’s” competition spinoff “The Challenge” currently drawing around 50% more total viewers than “Real World’s” most recent season, which came to a close earlier this summer. And with a steady lineup of recognizable and, at times, iconic contestants for “The Challenge,” the spinoff should have no problem thriving even after “Real World’s” sunset.

    Nevertheless, exec producer Jon Murray is “excited” by the series’ return to San Fran.

    “San Francisco is the location of one of our most memorable seasons of ‘The Real World,’” Murray said. “The city has always been a great place for young people to explore who they are and what they want to do with their lives.”

    Noted cast members  from “Real World’s” San Fran-based third season include brash reality TV personality Puck, and the late Pedro Zamora, a noted HIV and AIDS activist who had a commitment ceremony with his partner, Sean Sasser, during the production of the show.

    Hopefully this works out for MTV.

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    Mads Mikkelsen, star of NBC’s Hannibal, isn’t known for his comic roles. In his memorable appearances as icy human calculator Le Chiffre in Casino Royale, or resistance fighter Jorgen in Flame & Citron, he’s more likely to provoke fear or admiration than laughter. But in Dr Hannibal Lecter the Danish heart-throb has found a way of letting out his playful side.

    Mikkelsen’s deadpan killer may not have the camp gusto of Anthony Hopkins’ Chianti-glugging cannibal, but he’s not without a quiet sense of humour. In one episode, Hannibal quips; “Next time, bring your wife. I’d love to have you both for dinner.” Hopkins might have earned a chuckle by treating this as the cue for a brief leer, but Mikkelsen plays it entirely straight, all calm politeness and reserve, and renders it even funnier as a result. I ask if he thinks the show’s horror is accentuated by these moments of black comedy.

    “I believe it is. It’s quite subtle, the humour of the show. And maybe it’s not the most American sense of humour. Maybe it’s more a British sense. It’s in the details, it’s not obvious. The tone, the grotesque ‘lifting’ of the whole thing once in a while… We have to save it up for small, subtle moments. Private moments. Comments here and there. It’s definitely there somewhere… but it’s not like we were trying to wink at the audience.

    “Obviously, in [Silence of the Lambs] he had the liberty of being in prison, and enjoying the whole show the way he wanted it. We don’t have the luxury to do that, not yet. I have to be as ‘honest’ as I can while I’m with the police… Even if we wanted to enjoy it – his way of enjoying life and enjoying the moment, we could not do that because it would get in the way. And we can’t afford to make the cops seem stupider than they are. It’s a fragile balance – where to put it in, a little here and there, and how much we could get away with.”

    Show creator Bryan Fuller has described the first season as a love story, built around the affinity between Hannibal and Hugh Dancy’s troubled FBI agent Will Graham. I ask Mikkelsen if this is how he sees it. He thinks a moment before replying, “It’s a bromance... There is definitely some sort of love – what kind of love, I’m not sure – between the characters of Will Graham and Hannibal. They have a mutual respect, a mutual interest, and within those two things love is being created as well. Not in a homoerotic way, but – I think they’re fascinated by each other.”

    Mikkelsen speaks at a leisurely pace, his measured diction only breaking in sudden moments of enthusiasm. I wonder aloud whether Lector’s killing is an extension of his aesthete personality, and he leaps on the suggestion: “Exactly! For him it’s all the same. He’s constantly searching for the beauty in life. Every day is beautiful. Life is too short for him to drink or eat anything banal, or to listen to anything that is banal, or speak to anyone banal. If he speaks to someone boring or rude, they have a good chance of ending up on his dining table.”

    The sumptuous vintage aesthetic of Hannibal has drawn lavish praise, but divided the critics. One baffled broadsheet reviewer wrote: “[His] giant Windsor knots in his ties and Seventies-style three-piece suits… fit the chronology of the character, born in 1933, but this show refers to camera phones and is clearly contemporary, so God knows what’s happening there, frankly.” I ask Mads if he can help clear up any confusion, and he reveals a surprising impatience with the modern world.

    “The aesthetic of the series has a different feel, a different timeframe. Especially when you’re dealing with my place, my office, the way I dress. I like that and find it interesting.” Like Hannibal, Mikkelsen seems to view the modern world as a distraction: ”If we could avoid the cell-phones we would rather do it, so we can focus even more on the interaction between the characters. We cannot detach totally from all the modern equipment we have today, but we will do our very best that they don’t take over… If you want to put that into your computer, feel free.”

    Despite his stage background (four years at drama school, followed by ten years as a professional dancer) Mikkelsen is no luvvie. When asked if he ever felt it was necessary to really “immerse” himself in Hannibal’s character, he sounds amused. “Method acting? I have the luxury of saying I have no idea what it is, and I don’t care. If there is such a thing as ‘method acting’ that will bring you somewhere interesting, go for it. If not, I’m sure there are other things that will bring you to equally interesting places… I believe in trying to let the moment catch you in some situations, but also in being the one who has control of the moment, and knowing what you want from it, so it becomes more than just screaming and shouting. “

    It’s certainly a good time to be a Mikkelsen. Mads' brother Lars Mikkelsen’s acting career is following a similar upward trajectory, after a stunning turn in Nordic noir-hit The Killing, and with an appearance in BBC1’s Sherlock just around the corner. I ask Mads about their relationship, and he explains the perks of having a brother who’s also a thespian.

    “If we’re struggling with some work, and can’t put our finger on why it’s not working we call each other, so the other one can say ‘pitch it to me.’ And we start discussing it and saying maybe we should approach it differently, and take it back and forth in a conversation which often drags out for a couple of hours. In that sense, we can play ball together, because we will be facing the same problems as actors, over and over. And because we respect each other so much, we will use each other for that, of course. “

    Both men regularly feature in ‘Denmark’s Sexiest Man’ lists, and internet forums frequently buzz with fans comparing the Mikkelsens’ relative merits. I ask him if there’s a competitive aspect to his relationship with his older brother, and he bridles slightly. “No. Brothers are brothers, right? Luckily, we’ve never been up for the same part at all. So people are seeing us as very different. We are very different, as people and as actors. We’re very lucky that we don’t have to compete directly with each other for the job.”

    Series 1 of Hannibal is released on DVD and Blu-ray on 2 September.


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    Maguire welcomes you in.

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    Kevin Ryan's interview + Pics from Bello Magazine

    I couldn't believe what happened last episode with Ellen!Can Elizabeth go away too?

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    Coolest. Instagram. Ever.

    What’s better than an Instagram selfie? A selfie featuring Kim Kardashian and Instagram founder Kevin Systrom.

    “Chilling with the creator of Instagram @kevin,” Kardashian wrote in the caption for the photo, posted to her account on Saturday night.

    The photo comes days after the new mom was spotted in Los Angeles with her beau Kanye West and their daughter North, 2 months.


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    Olivia Munn Dislocates Her Shoulder While Swinging (Video)

    Olivia Munn had one brutal fall after swinging too high and falling down, which caused her to dislocate her shoulder!

    “Goin really high then it broke mid-swing.BADNews-Dislocated my shoulder.GoodNews-I laughed AND we got it on VIDEO,” the 33-year-old Newsroom actress tweeted.

    PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Olivia Munn

    We hope you’re OK, Olivia! Luckily, she took it like a champ.

    Don’t forget to watch her every Sunday @ 10PM in The Newsroom on HBO.

    Watch the video of Olivia‘s accident below:


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  • 08/18/13--15:14: Well duh, She's Republican.
  • ‘Rizzoli & Isles’ star Angie Harmon to lesbian fans: Sorry, I’m not Angie Hormone
    “Rizzoli & Isles” star Angie Harmon has a great working dynamic with co-star Sasha Alexander, but she was still surprised when fans of the show pushed for their characters to become more than friends. “It was like, ‘We’re not going to watch your show because you won’t write them making out,’ ” Harmon told More in the magazine’s 15th-anniversary issue. Harmon, now 41, tells More that passing 40 has changed her perspective: It's “not a midlife crisis ... but I see the clock ticking where I didn’t see it before.”

    Nowadays, Harmon and Alexander, 40, wink at their lesbian following. “Whether we’re gay or straight, it doesn’t matter,” Harmon said. “We’re all women. We all have the same wonderful situations happen to us, the same horrific situations. We all get our hearts broken.”

    Harmon, now 41, dished that passing 40 changed her perspective. She described it as “not a midlife crisis, but a midlife wakeup. I’m halfway done. I still have some good years. But I see the clock ticking where I didn’t see it before,” she said. For Harmon, married to former New York Giants cornerback Jason Sehorn for 12 years, age is a way to appreciate the gifts in her life. “I’ve learned to stop and remind myself to look around and notice who I’m with,” Harmon said. “Then I take that moment to really record what is going on and to make it a great memory — because it is all so fleeting.”





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    Kanye West and Kim Kardashian reportedly introduced their baby girl to members of his family at a funeral in Oklahoma over the weekend (17Aug13).

    The couple and baby North have yet to make an official public appearance since the birth in June (13), but Life & Style reports the boyfriend and girlfriend and their bundle of joy were present at the wake for the rapper's late grandfather.

    A source tells the magazine, "They brought North to meet some of the family members."
    The funeral and related family gatherings kept the couple from attending Kim's sister Kylie Jenner's birthday party on Saturday night.

    when can we see the half-blood princess tho

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    Denver Broncos star linebacker Von Miller was arrested Sunday at a gun club in Colorado ... but his arrest has NOTHING to do with firearms, TMZ has learned.

    The 24-year-old All-Pro was trying to enter the Centennial Gun Store and Range just outside of Denver -- and submitted to a routine mandatory background check, as required by everyone looking to shoot at the range.

    But the background check revealed a warrant out for Miller's arrest -- which was issued back in January after he failed to appear in court to face multiple traffic violations.

    According to law enforcement, Miller had been charged with careless driving, driving without a license and having no proof of insurance back in October 2012.

    Miller was taken into custody at the gun shop -- and was hauled to a nearby Sheriff's Dept. where he was booked ... and posed for a mug shot, obtained by TMZ.

    Miller was eventually released on a $1,000 bond.

    A rep for the Broncos says the team is aware of the arrest -- but didn't say if he will face disciplinary action from the team or the league.

    SOURCE: tmz


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