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On Thursday, Mother Monster was spotted poolside at her hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. But relaxing quickly turned into an impromptu wave session between Gaga and her adoring Little Monsters.
The 26-year-old superstar flaunted her curves in a light blue strapless bikini top, while a beach wrap served as bottoms.
“OI GALERA! In Rio + My beautiful fans are wearing leather & bandanas in the sun, bad asses, gorgeous smiles & fists in the air! I HEAR U!” Gaga wrote on Twitter.
“I’m sending you hamburgers, fries, and coke. I love you monsters,” she continued, later adding that there were “hundreds” of fans outside her hotel.
Justin Bieber gets smooches from Candice Swanepoel and Lindsay Ellingson while backstage at the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on Wednesday (November 7) at the Lexington Avenue Armory in New York City.
The 18-year-old singer will be performing during the show, which will air on December 4 on CBS!
Justin will perform during the collegiate Pink is Me session while Rihanna will hit the stage during the Dangerous Liaisons segment and Bruno Mars will sing in the Calender Girls venue.
Am I the only one who still watches The Cosby Show at least once a week? Not only do I watch, but I laugh like I’ve never seen the episodes in the past (minus three episodes that I hate). Here are a few of the most memorable moments – whether it be one scene or the entire episode. What’s your favorite episode?
While we’d been watching the show for years by the time this episode aired, it is the one that most reminded my friends and I of our own mothers. Vanessa thought she was so big and bad sneaking out of the state with her friends to go to a rock concert. One Murphy’s Law reared its ugly head, Cliff and Clair went to go get her and when they got home, Clair lit fire into Vanessa. It wasn’t only what she said but how she said it. Every time I see this episode, I imagine how I would have gotten this type of tongue lashing and probably worse had I even thought about doing something like sneaking out of state for anything.
Claire loses weight
You may not remember it from the picture, but this is the episode where Debbie Allen, Phylicia Rashad’s real-life sister, played her exercise instructor when Clair wanted to lose five pounds to fit in the above dress. Right from Debbie Allen’s entrance, you knew it’d be special: “You got to burn it to earn it, you got to sweat it to get it, you got to shake it to make it!” Their dynamic continued throughout the episode and made you wonder if they were that silly with each other in their real lives.
Goodness, Vanessa was getting herself in all kinds of mess. Here, she and her friends played the Alphabet game and she ended up wasted off bourbon. Once she got home, she thought her parents were going to let her off the hook after seeing how drunk she was, but she was sadly mistaken. The next day, Clair and Cliff, along with Rudy, played their own version of the Alphabet game. After seeing Rudy take a shot, Vanessa lost herself and realized they were drinking…tea.
The “Stevie” Episode
Not a single week goes by that I don’t say “Jammin’ on the 1s.” The phrase comes from a recording session the entire family had with Stevie Wonder after Denise and Theo were in a serious car accident with Stevie’s limo. They all added different phrases and it turned into quite a song!
Denise discovers America
Denise, the wild child of them all, decided that she wanted to use the money in her savings account to buy her first car. Her parents disagreed and she took on quite the attitude asking what the problem was and if they were “still living in America.” Leave it to Clair to curse the child out without cursing. At the end of her lecture she said, “…because we’re your parents. And you better remember that young lady because the next time you take this attitude with us, you can take whatever’s in that bank account and discover America.” PREACH.
Who stole the babies?
Sondra has consistently been considered the most irrelevant child on the show. I mean, let’s keep it real: her character didn’t even exist until the second season. But years later, she was married to Alvin Tibideaux and they’d had twins. Well, Sondra sick so the grandmothers (Sondra and Alvin’s mothers) decided to go to the house, pick up the babies and take them on an excursion. After Alvin came home to find a sleeping Sondra but no babies, they went on a hunt to find out who “stole” the babies. When Sondra was able to confront them, she took a page out of Clair’s “Mommy” book and gave the grandmothers the “what for” when it came to doing what they wanted to do with her babies.
A Cosby Thanksgiving
Bless his heart, Cliff had to keep going out in the midst of what looked like the storm of the century because he kept forgetting something at the grocery store. After his final trip where he finally remembered to pick up the eggs, Clair had already borrowed eggs and then…the sun came out! What an experience.
No, not challenge but chall-ONGE! Rudy was taking dance classes and while Cliff was waiting on her, he came across another dancer/instructor who ended up being Sandman from Showtime at the Apollo. Sandman is a legendary tap dancer and while practicing in the room where Cliff was waiting; of course, Cliff wanted to show off his own tap “skills.” This turned into a battle that from the jump, had a very clear winner. But it was so hilarious because even though Cliff didn’t stand a chance at winning, he never backed down! CHALLONGE!
needs more denise and vanessa episodes imo
(btw, I shouldn’t have to point out how SPOILERY this is, since, like I already mentioned, it’s a recap of the latest episode – but still, just for good measure: Spoilers ahead.)
(…) As befits a character always treated as second-class, T-Dog’s dismemberment was overshadowed by a much more outrageous death last night. And the fact that it’s taken me 900 words just to get to the part of the episode that everyone is talking about reveals my ambivalence. To recap: In an act of perfect TV karma, Lori goes into labor while on the run from a swarm of walkers. In the relative peace and lack of hygiene of a boiler room, she realizes “something is wrong” and insists that Maggie cut the baby out of her, likely ending her life. With a level of uterine gore not seen since Prometheus and a dash of Oedipal agony unimaginable even by Sophocles, this is precisely what happens.
Now, in the short view, there is a part of me that admires the unblinking savagery of Mazzara’s vision. As appalling as everything that happened in the boiler room was, it certainly was consistent with the miserable universe The Walking Dead has created, a place where tough choices are inevitable, pain is unavoidable, and life — particularly young life — is to be protected at any cost. All actresses, inevitably, are asked to perform an agonizing birth scene at least once in their careers, and Sarah Wayne Callies was excellent here. For once, her innate fierceness was used for something other than accusatory snark; in her wide-eyed and desperate good-bye to her son, there was a hint of the ferocious and protective warrior/mother the character could have become with better development and more thoughtful scripts.
As quick as I’ve been to label Lori Grimes one of the worst protagonists on television, the intensity of fan hatred has continually given me pause. There’s a depressing undercurrent of misogyny to a lot of the reaction toward TV wives these days, from Skyler White to Cat Stark. It’s something I’ve been guilty of harping on as much as anyone. But a large part of the blame rests in the writing, the perpetual creation of an impossible dynamic wherein the cool husband wants to do fun and/or violent stuff and the snippy wife is always trying to harsh his mellow. As a TV fan, I wasn’t unhappy to see Lori Grimes go. And the atrocity of it all brought out the best in the normally wooden Andrew Lincoln and certainly made the burden on young Chandler Riggs — who, thus far as an actor, has proven to be all hat and no cattle — even greater. But the exact way she went out was an even greater bummer than the irritating scold the character had become.
Lori’s final words to Carl, before sacrificing herself in front of his young eyes, sounded to me like an unnecessary apology, not a loving good-bye. “It’s so easy to do the wrong thing in this world,” she moaned. “If it feels wrong, don’t do it. If it feels easy, don’t do it.” What she was referring to, of course, was her utterly reasonable decision to bed down with Shane, a trusted and caring family friend, amid the looming horror of the end of the world. Her ongoing guilt and suffering for this is and has always been outrageous; surely a reality in which burying a machete into a man’s widow’s peak is a heroic act can forgive a little post-traumatic nookie. There’s a difference between the admirably unforgiving worldview Mazzara is trumpeting elsewhere and downright cruelty. There were plenty of reasons for Lori Grimes to die; it’s a shame that her capital offense turned out to be the simple act of being alive.
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For a decade, an elite team of intelligence and military operatives, working in secret across the globe, devoted themselves to a single goal: to find and eliminate Osama bin Laden. Zero Dark Thirty reunites the Oscar(R) winning team of director-producer Kathryn Bigelow and writer-producer Mark Boal (The Hurt Locker) for the story of history's greatest manhunt for the world's most dangerous man.
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Cast: Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Joel Edgerton, Mark Strong, Jennifer Ehle, Kyle Chandler, Edgar Ramirez
Writers: Mark Boal
In theaters: December 19th, 2012
Hoping my queens Kathryn Bigelow, Jessica Chastain and Jennifer Ehle (Lizzie!) can score oscar noms for this.
Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme has revealed that Dave Grohl will be drumming on the band's forthcoming new album.
The Foo Fighters man is filling in for Joey Castillo, who has left the band according to Homme, who broke the news this evening (November 6) on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show.
Grohl has long had close ties with Queens Of The Stone Age, drumming on the band's 2002 album, 'Songs For The Deaf'. The band also posted a picture on their Facebook page, showing Grohl's name on the mixing desk - pictured.
Speaking to Zane Lowe, Homme said: "[Grohl] and I have this wonderful musical relationship which we don't have with other people. It's a very cool and comfortable position."
Queens Of The Stone Age yesterday (November 5) revealed that they will be playing Download Festival for the first ever time next summer. Download Festival will take place from June 14-16 2013 at Donington Park.
Eagles Of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes recently said that the forthcoming Queens Of The Stone Age album is "badass".
Speaking to NME, Josh Homme's Eagles Of Death Metal bandmate added that the material he's heard from the follow-up to 2007's 'Era Vulgaris' is "really cool". Hughes said: "The shit I've heard from the new Queens album is so badass. It's really cool. It's the kinda shit that makes John Holmes [legendary porn star] have a bigger dick and he's dead, so that's pretty rad."
Queens Of The Stone Age are currently finishing up work on what will be their sixth studio album.
She looks good and I can't wait to see her on Chicago Fire
From Joe Weisberg (Falling Skies) and Graham Yost (Justified), the ambitious series follows two ’80s-era KGB spies, Elizabeth (Russell) and Phillip (Matthew Rhys) living undercover as a married American couple in Washington, D.C. The pair, whose bond will grow more passionate and genuine each day, will be tested by both the escalation of the Cold War and the presence of a neighbor (Noah Emmerich), who happens to be an FBI agent.
Take a peek below for a glimpse at what The Americans has in store.
Matthew Rhys's hair needs some serious taming
The mother of 14-year-old Modern Family star Ariel Winter denied Wednesday allegations she abused her daughter, who has a restraining order against her mom and has moved out of the house.
"It's all untrue, it's all untrue," Chris Workman tells PEOPLE.
According to court papers filed Oct. 3 in Los Angeles, Winter – who plays Alex Dunphy on the hit show – alleges her mother subjected her to "ongoing physical abuse (slapping, hitting, pushing) and emotional abuse (vile name-calling, personal insults about minor and minor's weight, attempts to 'sexualize' minor, deprivation of food, etc.) for an extended period of time."
A judge last month granted Ariel's older sister, Shanelle Gray, temporary guardianship and ordered Workman not to contact her daughter until further notice.
But Workman tells PEOPLE, "I have my doctor's letter that my daughter's never been abused. … I have stylists' letters that she's never been abused."
According to the papers, a judge granted Gray guardianship until a follow-up hearing Nov. 20 and ordered that Workman refrain from contacting Ariel pending further court order.
A rep for Winter could not be reached for comment.
Kailyn Lowry quietly married her fiance, Javi Marroquin this September in Pennsylvania.
Kailyn and Javi have been dating for 1 year and got matching Infinity tattoos in May.
She was scene wearing an engagement ring on September 1, 2012 while going out to eat with Javi and her 2 year old son Issac.
Burn Notice' Renewed for Seventh Season
worst USA Network photohop ever tbh
USA has renewed long-running spy drama Burn Notice for a seventh season.
The cable network has picked up 13 episodes for the new season, pushing the hourlong to more than 100 episodes. Season seven will launch in 2013.
Burn Notice closed out its summer run of season six in August with nearly 5 million viewers tuning in. Paired with Suits, which was renewed for a third season, the two-hour block this past summer paid off for USA.
“Burn Notice is like a fine wine that gets better with age,” said USA Network co-presidents Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel in a joint statement announcing the renewal. “Delivering high-octane action, gripping drama and nearly 7 million viewers for the mid-season finale, this veteran series is a proven staple of our portfolio.”
Created by Matt Nix, the Fox TV Studios/Fuse Entertainment-produced Burn Notice stars Jeffrey Donovan, Bruce Campbell, Coby Bell and Gabrielle Anwar. Executive producers include Nix, Mikkel Bondesen and Alfredo Barrios.
Burn Notice returns for the second half of season six 9 p.m. Thursday.
Overall, this show hasn't been fun for me ever since they started the Anson arc in season five. I'm only excited about more chances to drink while this show is on and gif Fiona, tbh.
Two days before the highly anticipated Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, Candice Swanepoel posted a photo on Twitter showing how she had meticulously prepared for her moment in the spotlight while scantily clad on stage.
Tragically the ensuing image of her concave stomach and jutting hipbones has caused a bitter backlash from followers outraged with the South African model's unhealthy body image, along with concerns that she is suffering from an eating disorder.
"It's quiet obvious this girl is bulimic," wrote one commentator, while another posted: "It looks like the African kids… only missing the number you need to call to donate."
This is far from the first time the 5'9" blonde beauty's emaciated frame has appeared shockingly thin, and as RadarOnline.com previously reported, Candice was skin and bones in a sexy animal print bikini at the 2011 SWIM collection launch in March 2011.
After she got a frosty reception to the glamourous shoot, Swanepoel, 24, defended her weight to People.com. "I am healthy and happy," she said. "I'm heartened to know how much everyone cares about me, but in this case, everything is normal and good."
Last month, she appeared with a group of equally skinny VS models at the Mario Testino Exhibit preview in Boston, where healthy-looking new mom Alessandra Ambrosio dominated the red carpet with her sexy curves over her skeletal cohorts.
The annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show takes place on Wednesday evening in New York, and will air December 4 on CBS at 10 p.m.
This is from the 2011 SWIM collection launch in March 2011
Survivor Philippines: Episode 8 - Dead Man Walking
Reward was split in to two teams of 5. Denise, Malcolm, Penner, Lisa, and Jeff won.
At the individual immunity challenge, Penner won a do-or-die immunity idol and saved his neck from the chopping block
Jeff Kent was voted out with 5 votes, 4 votes went to Pete, and Abi-Maria received 1 vote.
PENNER. WHY DID YOU VOTE FOR ABI?! I honestly had no idea who was going home. I guess Penner's vote could have been strategic to have him not vote Jeff off... I don't know.
Pete is growing on me. I like the way he's playing the game. Lisa is DEFINITELY playing the game now too. I'm still team Skupin/Malcolm/Denise but I would like to see Lisa make it far too. Anyone but Artis/Abi-Maria at this point.
Easily one of the top 5 best tribal councils of all time. I was completely speechless after tonight's vote.
Next week’s episode of Parks and Recreation is going to have a VIP: the VP.
Joe Biden — yes, the very guy who was re-elected Vice President of the United States less than 24 hours ago — will guest-star in the Nov. 15 installment of Parks and Recreation, EW has learned. His cameo occurs at the beginning of the episode, in which former Congressional campaign manager Ben Wyatt (Adam Scott) takes fiancée/City Councilwoman Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler), to the White House to meet America’s No. 2, who is her No. 1 crush object. (As Leslie once noted, her ideal man has “the brains of George Clooney and the body of Joe Biden.”)
Parks scored camera time with Biden in July when the show traveled to Washington, D.C. to film its season 5 premiere, which featured appearances by Senators Barbara Boxer, Olympia Snowe, and John McCain. How big of a casting coup was Biden for NBC’s small-town government comedy? “Given that Eleanor Roosevelt and Bella Abzug are no longer with us, this is probably no. 1,” quips executive producer Michael Schur. “[Leslie] has a lot of female heroes that cross party lines. She has a lot of social figures that she considers heroes, but the funniest hero is Joe Biden. There’s an episode last season where she says, ‘Joe Biden is on my celebrity sex list — well, he is my celebrity sex list’… It was amazing to have her meet Olympia Snowe and Barbara Boxer because that meant something to her politically. But this transcends that. She’s meeting the man that she’s in love with on some deep level. It was a bigger deal to us in some ways that she meet Joe Biden than it was that she meet Barack Obama.” (Obama has revealed that he watches Parks with his family, by the way. “It’s a very amazing and weird thing to find out that the President watches your show,” notes Schur.)
Once the producers committed to shooting an episode in D.C., the process of landing Biden was “so much less difficult than we ever possibly imagined,” says Schur, noting: “His staff really loves the show, and he apparently had watched the show with his family and his family liked it.” He adds: “The hardest part was keeping it secret for so long because there’s all these FEC rules and equal-time rules. We couldn’t air it before the election because it was the equivalent of a campaign contribution to advertise for one candidate.”
The onscreen Biden-Knope summit was written in a way that would work regardless of the election’s outcome. “We did not in any way want the moment to be a political issue — we treated it in the writing and the execution like our main character was meeting her hero,” says Schur, noting that the writers did pen an addendum to the scene in the event of a loss or a “weird Florida disaster tie.” The meeting takes place in the Vice President’s Ceremonial Office, with Biden flanked by his real-life staff. “They have a conversation where she does what you would imagine Leslie Knope would do when meeting Joe Biden, which is she loses control of herself a little bit,” hints Schur. “She gets really giggly and goofy around him.”
When the Parks crew set up in his office to shoot the scene, Biden happened to be tied up in a meeting with… President Barack Obama. Then “Obama got on Marine One and flew away, and Biden walked across the executive building and we shot the scene,” says Schur. “It was really cool: You go this way and get on a helicopter that will take you to some incredibly important thing, and you come this way and shoot a scene with Amy Poehler.”
The Veep handled his scene like a pro, even ad-libbing a response to a crazy Leslie retort that made the final cut of the episode. “He was very nice and charming,” reports Schur. “He was clearly a big fan of Amy. It was the day the Emmy nominations came out and when he walked through the door he congratulated her on her Emmy nomination… He said some very nice things about the show and talked about how the pro-public service message was meaningful.”
While Schur & co. were thrilled to venture inside the White House, they aren’t plotting the next great political cameo right now: “Since the beginning of the show, Joe Biden has been the No. 1 guy, so in terms of her achievements or personal milestones we’ll have to go in a different direction,” he says. “She’ll have to get her thrills elsewhere.”
Check out the following video, which offers a tease of Leslie’s historic meeting with the Veep. Below that is a bonus montage that chronicles Leslie’s dreamy-eyed mentions of Joe Biden from previous episodes.