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- 03/14/14--15:05: Ariana Grande gets a new tattoo!
- 03/14/14--15:23: Chris Brown Jailed After Being Thrown Out of Rehab... Again
- 03/14/14--15:24: Johnny Weir’s Husband Is Ho-Hum On Blow Jobs
- 03/14/14--15:24: Rihanna and Drake kick out a man in the bathroom
- 03/14/14--15:24: Demetria Chastises Lady Gaga for SXSW Performance
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- 03/14/14--18:19: EXCLUSIVE: This Oscar Winner Is SO CLOSE to ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’
- 03/14/14--18:20: Cher Lloyd left Simon Cowell over "creative differences"
- 03/14/14--18:20: Prince Duets With Zooey Deschanel on New Song 'FALLINLOVE2NITE'
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Ariana Grande, 20, got a new tattoo! She posted a photo on her Instagram on March 13, getting some fresh ink on the back of her neck. For this actress, singer and songwriter, this is not her first tattoo. She first started with a heart tattoo on her foot to represent her album — she has a song named “Heart Tattoo.” There is a little saying on her neck – what could it say? We want to know!
For Ariana’s second tattoo, she went with something that you can see more often than her first one. There is a little saying that goes across the back of her neck that truly looks amazing on her!
The tattoo seems to say “Mille Tendresse.” This is a French phrase meaning “a thousand tendernesses,” which was in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Ariana posted two photos on Instagram, writing: “@romeolacoste is amazing” and “not exactly the easiest spot to get a photo of on your own but nonetheless I am very happy. thank you again @romeolacoste”. Romeo Lacoste, an L.A. based tattoo artist who was on season 3 of Best Ink, did the work on Ariana!
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Chris Brown is on his way to jail right now, because he violated a judge's order by getting booted from the rehab facility where he's been living for nearly 4 months ... TMZ has learned.
The judge in the Rihanna beating case ordered Chris to live in the Malibu rehab facility for 90 days to get anger management therapy, and he completed the stint earlier this month. BUT ... at the last court hearing, the judge modified things and ordered Chris to stay in the facility while the Washington D.C. assault case ran its course.
The deal was this ... if Chris left rehab, he would go directly to jail.
Sources familiar with the situation tell TMZ ... Brown was thrown out of the rehab facility this morning, for violating "internal rules." We do not know precisely what Chris did, but we're told it did not involve violence or drugs.
Sources tell TMZ ... Chris was caught having "an inappropriate relationship" with a female worker at the beginning of the month, but that is NOT why he was thrown out today.
As you recall, Chris was previously thrown out of a different facility for throwing a rock at his mom's car window.
Chris was picked up by L.A. County Sheriff's deputies a short time ago and is on his way to jail.
Stop the presses! A famous person said something, and then a less famous person said something else about the first famous person. Don’t worry, TMZ was present to capture the entire incident for future historians to scrutinize.
Apparently at one point the figure skating fashion icon Johnny Weir told TMZ that he wanted to give a blow job in space. Every young man’s dream, right? So already this is a very classy situation. TMZ later caught up with Johnny’s husband Victor Voronov, whose name sounds like a character in a Sesame Street song about the letters at the end of the alphabet, to get more details.
“I think we could get a little more creative with fellatio in space,” Victor said, for no apparent reason other than someone was pointing a camera at him. “We’ve done it. We haven’t done it in space, but if we’re going to go to space, we might as well do something new.”
“You’re not worried about gravity or anything like that?” asked a voice from off camera. Wait, what? Gravity? What exactly does this man think a blow job is? Is he picturing weights and counterbalances and an Archimedes screw? Unless you’re getting head from one of those nodding-bird stress toys, low gravity is probably not going to hold you back one way or another.
Anyway, you will be relieved to hear that Victor is not concerned about gravity. Whew. Please do your part to spread the word.
Any thoughts on blow-jobs? Would you do it in space?
use ur imagination.
Sad... As if we didn't have enough people glamorizing eat disorders already. 😣 Bottom line, it's not "cool" or "artsy" at all.— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 14, 2014
Would you let someone bring a needle and shoot up on you? Addiction is addiction.— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 14, 2014
It's not "shade" and it's not "hate". But someone has to come forward and say it and I'll take the heat for it. ✌️— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 14, 2014
@ladygaga you're SO talented, if not one of the most talented in our industry PERIOD. Dope is INCREDIBLE.. but you don't have to do that✌️💗— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 14, 2014
So it's cool if I do a speech about self-harm and then proceed to watch someone cut themselves on my stage? ... http://t.co/XE4CWEYtDE— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 14, 2014
Putting the word ART in it isn't a free card to do whatever you want without consequences. RT ... http://t.co/M9mjtOD5Sa— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 14, 2014
That's an ignorant thing to say and you clearly don't know anything about mental illnesses or ... http://t.co/X2wo1dR2Kl— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 14, 2014
Activists don't shut up. If no one raises their voice, how are we supposed to be heard?— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 14, 2014
All I'm saying is, artists in pop culture have influence on people.. Some of which are people who aren't ... http://t.co/rKZXz9Aieg— demetria lovato (@ddlovato) March 15, 2014
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Kristen Stewart and Julianne Moore sit on a park bench and have a serious conversation while filming a scene for their film Still Alice on Friday afternoon (March 14) in New York City.
The 23-year-old actress stars in the film as the daughter of Julianne‘s character, a professor diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease. The mother and daughter bond during her illness in a way they never did before.
Kate Bosworth, Hunter Parrish, and Alec Baldwin also star in the drama, set to be released next year.
We can report that there’s a recent Oscar winner who has been reading for a part for over the past month and she’s extremely close to signing onto the movie: 12 Years A Slave‘s Lupita Nyong’o.
The part Nyong’o has been reading for a is a major female role and doesn’t seem to be tied into the family lines from Episodes 4-6.
Calls were made to Lupita’s reps and they responded, “We’re not allowed to talk about that.”
From what I heard, Lupita might be going up for a a sith!
Star Wars: Episode VII will begin production late second quarter or early third quarter this year.
could be so good for her
Cher Lloyd is only 20 years old. But as someone who broke into the recording industry at the tender age of 17, after competing on the 2011 UK edition of The X Factor, then scoring a breakout smash single with "Want U Back" from her first album Sticks & Stones, the singer is already used to the attention she gets. Now however, as the notoriously outspoken songstress prepares to release her long-overdue, and aptly titled second album, Sorry I'm Late (due on May 27th), she says she’s a far different, decidedly more mature individual. “I feel like a real artist now,” Lloyd told ELLE.com. “This record, regardless of how it’s going to do or how people are going to respond to it, I’m so proud of it.”
Lloyd, who married Craig Monk in November, cut professional ties with Simon Cowell last year, citing creative differences. So now that means the pressure is solely on the singer's shoulders to deliver the goods. But as she told us when we rang her up on a recent morning to talk her new album, evolution as an artist, and longtime love of hip-hop, Lloyd relishes the opportunity to lay it all on the line. “It’s my responsibility to take the reigns,” she said. It's up to me to make the big decisions now.”
It’s been a while since you put out your debut album. You must be thrilled to finally release a new album?
I feel like I’ve waited way too long. I’ve now gone past that stage of really needing it to come out. I’m now at the point where it’s like "OK, I’m done with waiting. My fans are done with waiting too." I wish I could just put it out tomorrow. And I feel like this album is completely me. I’m not saying that my previous album wasn’t me; it was pieces of me. But I didn’t have as much control over it. And this album I’ve had one hundred percent control: I’ve chosen the track list, I’ve chosen who I wanted to work with. So it’s a massive step for me.
Your new single, the soaring ballad “Sirens,” reflects your increased maturity and evolution as an artist.
It exposes me. I feel like it shows the exact artist that I am. I’ve waited so long for a song like this. It gives me a massive opportunity to show people that I can sing. I’m not used to singing ballads; it’s what I did in the beginning. So it’s nice to bring that back. And it’s nice to have a song with a lot of meaning as opposed to previous singles where it’s all been a bit bubblegum and kind of childish. Now I’m trying to be a lot more grown up and show the softer side of me.
When did your impulse to fully grab the creative reigns occur?
I think everyone grows. For me I’ve made a massive step. In my life as well. Regardless of my music, I’ve changed as a person. Recently I went on a tour and I was singing all of my old songs. And while I was onstage something just didn’t quite feel right. There was just something missing. And that was the point where I felt that I really needed new material. And I wanted to sing my new material because it’s so me. It's not because I don’t like my old songs. I’m just past that now because I have different views on life and I have different experiences.
You quickly achieved massive fame in the UK. It's been more of a slow build in the U.S.
I’ve put so much concentration into being in the U.S. and trying to make things happen here. It’s really difficult. There’s a lot of people back in the UK thinking, "Is she going to do it? Is she not? She’s been out there a long time. Are things moving?" And that makes it a lot harder for me.
The Purple One had previously premiered the song on the post–Super Bowl episode of 'The New Girl'
"Anybody want to fall in love tonight?," Prince asks at the start of his funky, synth-laden new song "FALLINLOVE2NITE" before Zooey Deschanel picks up the hook. His Royal Badness had premiered the song on the post–Super Bowl episode of The New Girl, but the show only presented a snippet of the track. Musically, it's an EDM-infused pop update of Prince's helium-voiced late-Eighties "Camille" persona, heard on songs like "If I Was Your Girlfriend" and "Strange Relationship." But it has its own unique ebullience and Deschanel's voice fits right in on the song's seductive, good-times mien.
It's not clear whether or not the track will appear on Prince's forthcoming record Plectrumelectrum, but a report on Prince fan site DrFunkenberry.com said that the single was given to iHeartRadio via major label Epic Records. But it's also the latest in a series of songs to come out via his 3rdEyeGirl Twitter account, which last year revealed a number of new tracks including another funky number entitled "Da Bourgeoisie."
In addition to his appearance on The New Girl, Prince made a much lengthier and, in a way, rarer television appearance when he spent a whole hour on Arsenio earlier this month. On that show, he performed the new track "FunkNRoll," the Family's "Mutiny" and his B-side "She's Always in My Hair." He also assisted an audience member on the show in breaking up with his girlfriend, using some very Princely turns of phrase: "In this relationship, things are much harder than in the single world," he said. "In this life, you're on your own. Keegan, this is what it sounds like when Steven breaks up with you." Maybe Keegan wants to fall in love 2nite?
'Artpop' singer discusses art and commerce, hints at new video and reveals what fans can expect from the ArtRave tour during hour-long talk
The dichotomy between art and commerce was the major theme of Lady Gaga's South by Southwest keynote address Friday. Whether she was addressing questions about "selling out" by allowing a snack company to sponsor her performance-art concert Thursday night – and deflecting those questions with a call for artists to "sell in," while beating her hand against her heart – or decrying the amount of expectations placed on her versus other artists when it came to her most recent album, Artpop, she called for the music industry to restore "power" to artists and take it away from corporations.
The singer, dressed elaborately in a plastic tarp and cream gown to match her faux-dreadlocks, told moderator John Norris that she would feel perfectly okay with herself were she to drop out of the public eye and focus on making music for herself and friends in clubs and bars. But to make her case, she had to find a way to explain why allowing snack company Doritos to sponsor her appearance at the festival was an artistic decision.
"The truth is, without sponsorships, without these companies coming together to help us, we won't have any more artists in Austin," she said. "We won't have any more festivals because record labels don't have any more fucking money."
Throughout her speech, she punctuated some of her points with the phrase "artpop," and the above was no exception. But she returned to the idea of making art and being a creator several times throughout the hour-long discussion. Her performance the previous night, in which British performance artist Millie Brown vomited a Technicolor palate of colors on her and humped her onstage, was art, she said, and therefore worth it.
Speaking to the effect it had online, she said, "It was just exciting seeing people talking about performance art on the Internet and debating about whether it's art or not. We really just did it because we believe in the performance and we believe in what it meant to the song ['Swine']."Regarding her artistic vision and collaborating with Brown, Gaga said,"I am so deeply passionate about any person that has an artistic spirit, any person that has a talent that they believe in no matter how crazy the idea is. You never know where that crazy idea might lead you. Martin Luther King believed that he could start a revolution without violence. Andy Warhol believed he could turn a soup can into art. Sometimes things that are really strange can save the world.
"I'm not saying vomit is going to change the world," she continued, adding that it was "about us really respecting each other artists." Then, again, she said, "Artpop."
As for working with corporate sponsor Doritos, Gaga said that the snack maker fully supported her artistic vision and did not give her any terms as to what she could or could not do onstage. Moreover, she said the CEO of the company came backstage and was crying telling her how brilliant the show was, as she was covered in paint and vomit. "To whoever is writing or saying [negative things about the relationship], you don't know fuck about the state of the music industry," Gaga said.
Money, the singer said, was one of the reasons why she was so depressed in the year leading up to Artpop's release. With success, she said, comes expectations. "I will stop," she said. "I will quit. I will retire from the commercial market if I have to do something other than be myself," she said. The Fame Monster artist also said that she would be happy making music downtown without the pressures of success. "I don't need all of that if it means negativity," she said.
When Norris asked her to speak to the myriad maladies that seemed to accompany Artpop – severing ties with her manager, facing a lawsuit, squaring off with Katy Perry on the charts – she demurred. "I'm sorry if I didn't sell a million records the first week," she said. "I have before. I've sold 27 million albums. I'm very proud of what we did. I sold as much as everybody else sells. I'm held to such an insane standard. It's almost like everybody forgets — which is kind of a compliment — but everybody forgets where the music business is now."
As for her place in the pop music industry, she separated herself from her peers. "I don't know fuck all what I have to do with Katy Perry," she said. My music is so different and I couldn't really be more different really. I don't really fit in pop music in a way, but I came in through it and I'd like to think that I've changed it in some way so that you don't have to feel like you have to fit into a mold. I didn't have to fit into a mold."
She said that making Artpop got her through her hardest times and that it "healed her every single night." But she said, most of all, it was the pressure to perform that got her down in recent months. "The sad part is, at some point, you have to look at those people who believe in you and say, 'My talent matters more to me than the money does,'" she said. "And what I have to say matters more to me than the money does. I know that it's fun being on top and I know it's fun having everybody wish that they were Number One, but having people envy you really isn't fun at all."
But, to her, fitting in was a larger thing. She said that it was difficult being a woman in pop because eventually people stopped taking her seriously as a musician, producer, songwriter and performance artist. "I think that's the thing that poisoned me from 2013 to 2014, or 2012," she said. "[Hearing] 'We just want you to look beautiful' over and over and over again in my head until I just wanted to look ugly all the time, because I'm rebellious. . . . It really crushed me. Like, I've won Grammys now. I've written albums. I've toured the world four times. You're telling me to look beautiful? It's all back to tits and ass? That's so sad."
Despite hearing this, she charged forward and emerged with enough music for what she jokingly referred to as "Act 2" of Artpop – not that her fans will hear it anytime soon. "There are many volumes of work over a long period of time that have not been released to the public, because I've chosen not to put them into the system," she said. "Sometimes it's just fun to have records that me and my friends listen to. We love it and we don’t care what anybody else thinks. Maybe someday we'll release them. And yes, I have a whole second act of Artpop."
What her fans will get soon, however, is a new video on Saturday, March 22. She would not disclose which song it would be for, but she did say that they shot it at Hearst Castle and that it was a "different type of video" for her, and likened its spirit to her SXSW performance."There's a deeply creative rebellious spirit in Artpop," she said. "Kind of wrapping into what we were talking about with Millie and the 'Swine' performance yesterday. . . Really, it's about freeing yourself from the expectations of the music industry and the expectations of the status quo."
She also hinted – and only hinted – at what her fans could expect from her upcoming ArtRave tour. It will not be studded with art by Artpop cover artist Jeff Koons or nods to her performance artist friend Marina Abramović. Instead, it will be "celebrating all the albums, celebrating the new one." The singer has custom-built a stage for the tour, which she will reveal to her fans next week.
"I want to do not the same type of show that I did in Austin," Gaga said. "But [I want] that same sort of atmosphere that's fully passionate, creative rebellious fun where you can be yourselves and then take it home with you."
Happy to hear we'll see the ARTPOP tour stage next week.
The great Marvel comics of the Silver Age broke ground not just in the kinds of stories they were telling but also the kinds of characters they included. While stuffy DC comics kept telling stories about white godlike characters, Marvel told tales of flawed, relateable heroes, some of whom weren't even white. The Black Panther was the first mainstream black superhero, and Stan Lee and Jack Kirby were way ahead of the curve when they created him - not only is he black, but the Panther is an African king, not just some ghetto avenger.
Kevin Feige, President of Production at Marvel Studios, feels the weight of that heritage. When I spoke to him at the junket for Captain America: The Winter Soldier the very first question I asked him was about Marvel Studios and their plans for future diversity, and living up to the standards set in the Silver Age.
"I think the responsibility is very big for anyone in a position of the ability to make product for the masses. We’re lucky in that we’re just making movies based on those [Silver Age] comics. Someone today said to me, “Winter Soldier has such great female characters and two great African-American characters,” and I said, “It’s in the books! They did it first.” You know all the history, better than most of the people I talked to today. You can even go back to Howling Commandos, with Gabe Jones. As far as I’m concerned it’s following the lead that Stan set and that Jack set from the late 30s through the Silver Age."
It's hard to deny that Captain America: The Winter Soldier is, for a superhero movie, fairly diverse. Black Widow, Maria Hill and Agent 13 all play active, vital roles in the film. Nick Fury finally gets an action scene that shows why he's a badass, and The Falcon is a terrific character, no matter the color of his skin. But the central figure is still the white male. I asked Feige when we might see some of these characters step up and be leads themselves.
"I think [Black Widow] has a central leading role in this movie. What people are really saying is “When are you doing a standalone female superhero movie?” The answer is: I don’t know. We only do two a year, we know more or less what’s coming up through ‘16/’17. With Widow what’s great is the interaction with all the team members, and the question is whether we want to pluck her out of that. I’m very proud of the way the Marvel movies handle the female characters who are in all the movies we are making, as opposed to feeling the pressure of ‘When are you doing a female movie?’ We’re exploring a lot of Widow, and that’s going to continue with Age of Ultron in a big way."
In fact, they're exploring so much of Black Widow that Feige wonders if it makes sense to even go with her as their first standalone female hero (despite lots of noise about a possible Black Widow solo movie): "Frankly if we do a Black Widow movie after Age of Ultron, when she’s been central in three or four movies I don’t think we’d get the quote unquote credit for it. People would say ‘She’s already a big giant superhero!’ But if we had a great idea, we’d do it.
So what would he like to do when it comes to female heroes? "I like the idea if we’re going to do a [female lead] do a new one. Do a wholly new character, do an origin story."
I brought up the most popular current Marvel comics female character, and Feige was very receptive: We’ve talked a lot about [Captain Marvel]. I think that would be very cool.
It was an interesting answer, because my sources tell me that we will see an iteration of Captain Marvel onscreen by 2016 - either at the end of Phase Two or the beginning of Phase Three - in another Marvel movie. Captain Marvel offers lots of opportunities (and two names - she's also been called Ms. Marvel), as there have been three heroes who have that basic moniker. There's Carol Danvers, the original Ms./Captain Marvel, a service member who got powers from the alien Kree. There's Monica Rambeau, a black woman who could control - and change her body into - light, went by Captain Marvel and led the Avengers. And there's a new Ms. Marvel, a Muslim teenager named Kamala Khan, who has shape-shifting powers. (Technically there were two other Ms. Marvels, but they're minor)
If my sources are correct, and judging by what Feige said in this interview, I think we're in for a Captain Marvel (or Ms. Marvel - having two franchises starting with Captain may be a bit much) solo movie sometime around 2017 or 2018. And while Feige did say they only do two films a year, he had interesting things to say about the possibility of more than two Marvel movies in any given year. I'll run that in a future article. Could Phase Three bring us Ant-Man, Doctor Strange and Captain Marvel?
We've heard whispers of a Black Widow solo outing for a while ow, and Marvel head Kevin Feige even went so far as to say that some development has been done. But how would Scarlet Johannsson feel about stepping into the S.H.I.E.L.D. costume to headline her own movie as the character? While talking to Digital Spy she certainly seems enthusiastic, but thinks it'll ultimately come down to how badly audiences want to see it.
Scarlett said: “The great thing about working with Marvel is that they are really into the audience participation. If the audience wants to see a Black Widow movie then that conversation can certainly be opened up. I love playing that character, she has a wonderful depth and really interesting grey area. She has no moral compass. These are all things that I think would be interesting to explore for her own spin-off.”
What do you guys think? Would you like a solo Widow movie? Maybe even a Hawkeye team up?
do you want to see a Black Widow or Captain Marvel solo movie first?
Funimation announced the fifth round of cast members for its English dub of Attack on Titan on Friday:
Reiner – Robert McCollum
Annie – Lauren Landa
Armin – Josh Grelle
Samuel – Dave Trosko
Thomas – Duncan Brannan
Tom – Tyler Walker
Wald – Barry Yandell
Woerman – Christopher R. Sabat
The dub will premiere at Anime Boston on March 21-23, and Funimation will announce the cast member for Eren at its panel there.
The first four rounds of cast announcements included:
Jean – Mike McFarland
Sasha – Ashly Burch
Conny – Clifford Chapin
Anka – Jamie Marchi
Hanna – Tia Ballard
Gustav – Keith Kubal
Christa – Bryn Apprill
Ymir – Elizabeth Maxwell
Keith - Patrick Seitz
Moses - Jeff Johnson
Erwin - J. Michael Tatum
Marco - Austin Tindle
Carla - Jessica Cavanagh
Grisha - Chris Hury
Hannes - David Wald
Levi - Matthew Mercer
Petra - Caitlin Glass
Hange - Jessica Calvello
Daz - Brad Venable
Bertholdt - David Matranga
Franz - James Chandler
Rico - Morgan Garrett
Pyxis - R Bruce Elliott
Nack - Will Short
Mikasa - Trina Nishimura
Hugo - Tyson Rinehart
Ian - Scott Freeman
Milieus - Joel McDonald
Mina - Alexis Tipton
Mitabi - Kyle Hebert
Mobb - Matthew Ham
The first 13 episodes of the anime will get a standard edition Blu-ray and DVD combo pack, a Limited Edition, and a Funimation.com-exclusive Collector's Edition.
The Collector's Edition will retail for US$128.98 and include 104 minutes of on-disc extras, a 3D lenticular art card, 24-page "Notes From Beyond the Wall: Part 1" booklet, four military emblem pins (Military Police Regiment, Scout Regiment, Garrison Regiment, and Cadet Corps), a replica of Eren's key necklace, and a sword necklace "featuring the Titan flesh paring blades." The Limited Edition will retail for US$89.98 and contain the on-disc extras, the 3D lenticular art card, and the booklet. All versions will ship on June 3.
The hint about the Anime Boston panel pretty much confirms Greg Ayres is Eren....ugh.
The Rock eats this stack of pancakes:
Makes blanched and roasted cauliflower:
Drew Barrymore learning to cook at the Culinary Institute of America in Napa:
Learning to make ravioli from scratch:
Kelly Rowland has a cooking class:
Bonnie Wright eating leaves:
2 Chainz has curry tilapia and herbed rice for dinner:
Has this for brunch:
Has lobster and skrimp scampi:
Pancakes, eggs, and fruit:
Buttermilk fried chicken breast, braised brussels with turkey bacon, baby yukon golds potatoes, and mushroom pan gravy:
Tilapia fingers and fried skrimp:
Lobster, scallops, and carrots:
Tony Hawk has some cake:
Eating "the most flavorful food" he's "ever had" at a restaurant called Attica:
Mindy Kaling eating sushi and having a drink:
Eats Godiva while memorizing lines:
Champagne, caviar, and Cadbury creme eggs:
Jessica Alba having Japanese bbq:
Breakfast in Paris:
Tea in Paris:
Aziz Ansari fresh fusilli with zucchini, squash, tomato, and mushrooms, topped with parm reggiano:
Has chicken, mashed potatoes, and mac and cheese:
Nicky Hilton drinking coconut water:
Eats a cupcake on her "cheat day:"
Avril has chocolate strawberries:
Lupita Nyong'o and her birthday cake:
Janelle Monae has spinach and salmon salad with raisins and croutons:
Uzo Aduba has brunch with friend:
Hilary Duff makes chicken noodle soup for her son:
Lorde eating wasabi-flavored nori sheets:
Lauren Conrad making breakfast:
Pineapple blossoms and lemon leaves:
Drinks pink lemonade:
Ludacris has all this stuff:
Nina Dobrev eating pizza with friends:
Eva Longoria making a grilled cheese sandwich:
Kerry Washington eating gluten-free pizza at Oscars:
Emmy Rossum has an egg and bacon burger at SXSW:
Dane Cook has this:
Jamie Spears eating in Louisiana:
The Showtime drama, which saw stars Damian Lewis, Morena Baccarin and Morgan Saylor all lose regular status at the end of last season, has promoted Nazanin Boniadi.
She will reprise the role of Fara Sherazi during the 20th Century Fox TV-produced thriller's fourth season as a series regular. Boniadi first appeared in the third season, playing a strong-willed Muslim CIA analyst taken under Saul's (Mandy Patinkin) wing while Carrie (Claire Danes) was working outside of the agency. The new season finds Fara in a key role working for Carrie at the CIA.
Showrunner Alex Gansa was optimistic about Boniadi's future on the series when he spoke with The Hollywood Reporter in December. "These are characters we got to explore and enrich and see whether or not the show can withstand Brody's absence," said Gansa, referring to Boniadi and fellow guest Tracy Letts. "I think they raised their game and made the show vital without that central character onstage."
Boniadi has kept very busy during her break from Homeland. She's currently appearing in an eight-episode arc on Scandal and recently reprised her former role on How I Met Your Mother for the series' final season.
Good, I liked her. But Quinn >>>>>>>>>>>> everyone tbh
True Jackson, VP star Ashley Argota is relocating to ABC Family, TVLine has learned exclusively — and she’s got her eye on one of The Fosters‘ finest.
Argota, who also starred in Nickelodeon’s Bucket and Skinner’s Epic Adventures, will join the drama in Season 2 as Lou, an attractive singer in whom Brandon takes an interest.
While it’s no wonder why Lou catches Brandon’s eye — she’s described a single-minded, charismatic free spirit — the pairing is sure to strike a chord with fans holding out hope for a Brandon/Callie reunion.
The Fosters airs its winter finale March 24 at 9/8c, then returns with new episodes June 16.
Aaron Paul and his wife Lauren Parsekian hail a cab outside of their hotel on Thursday afternoon (March 13) in New York City.
The 34-year-old Need for Speed actor recently gave an interview where he said he’s so excited to have kids with his wife.
“What lucky kids to have Lauren as their mother. I can’t wait,” Aaron told Us Weekly. “I just hope they’re all little girls — all little miniature versions of Lauren because it would be fun to watch her. They don’t need to be all Lauren, but at least one! A little mini Lauren. I would love to watch her grow up.”
Check out Dylan O’Brien looking intense and focused in this newly released still from his highly anticipated film The Maze Runner, which hits theaters on September 19!