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On this week’s episode of MTV’s Catfish, John is in search of his online love Kelsey. Find out the story of John and Kelsey here.
1. The Two Met In a Chat Room
John H. from Detroit is an IT guy who’s been in an online relationship with “Kelsey” for about a year. The two met in a chat room and began chatting for hours together. Though John says Kelsey is in fact his girlfriend, the two have never met.
What’s a bit disturbing is that Kelsey’s screen name in the chat room was Kelsey Beelzebub. The name Beelzebub is known in Christian demonology as one of the seven princes of Hell and is referred to as another name for the Devil. Max points this coincidence out to John.
2. John Has Decided to Move And Wants Kelsey On Board
He’s getting out of IT because he’s burnt out, heading to San Diego. Before John moves, he wants to know if Kelsey is “with him” or wants to move on with her life.
One giant red flag that John has ignored has been that Kelsey’s gotten him to buy her things – $6,000 worth. While John is a very intelligent guy, Max says, “Love makes you dumb.”
3. Kelsey Is “Too Insecure” to Video Chat
John has only heard Kelsey’s voice during his initial conversation with her. From that point on, their conversations were strictly messaging. Kelsey says she’s too insecure to video chat with John, which makes John suspicious. Plus, Kelsey doesn’t seem to have Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media accounts.
John insists that Kelsey’s insecurity comes from a disorder called body dysmorphia. The textbook definition of this disease is:
Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD, also known as body dysmorphia, dysmorphic syndrome; originally dysmorphophobia) is a chronic mental illness, wherein the afflicted individual is concerned with body image, manifested as excessive concern about and preoccupation with a perceived defect of their physical appearance.
4. John Once Sent Kelsey a Dick Pic
When Nev and Max ask John if he’s ever engaged in sexting with Kelsey, he shocks Nev by saying, “I sent her a dick pic once.” Nev’s reaction is pretty funny as he smacks himself in the face with his own hands. John says he didn’t include his face in the explicit photo, but Kelsey never sent him a photo in return.
5. When the Catfish Crew Arrive at Kelsey’s Address, It’s an Empty Lot
Max, Nev and John pull up to what they believe is Kelsey’s address and they arrive in a residential area, but where the house should sit is an empty lot.
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The 'Ghostbusters' star was an impromptu addition to Erik Rogers and Ashley Donald's posed portraits.
Bill Murray recently agreed to pose for a engagement photo with this couple after initially trying to make them laugh.
The "Ghostbusters" actor, 63, crashed a young couple's engagement photo shoot in Charleston, S.C. last month.
Wedding photographer Raheel Gauba, who owns Fia Forever Photography, was snapping Erik Rogers and Ashley Donald when he noticed something odd. The lovebirds were looking in shock behind the camera.
"I thought who the heck is bothering them," Gauba told The Post and Courier. "I turn around and it's Bill Murray with his shirt up, belly out, tapping his belly and trying to make them laugh."
Bill Murray crashed a bachelor party in Charleston, S.C. on Memorial Day weekend.
Gauba invited Murray to join the couple for a couple posed shots. Murray assented.
"I took the shot and off he goes," Gauba, who posted the shot to his Facebook account Tuesday, recalled to the paper.
It wasn't Murray's only spot of mischief in the South Carolina city. The actor made headlines in May when he surprised a bachelor party by joining in and offering advice to the groom-to-be and his friends.
I feel really old rn...
Does Jennifer Lopez have a new man in her life?
The recently single singer has been busy promoting her latest studio album A.K.A. (out June 17), but she's found a little time for Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy, sources tell PEOPLE.
Lopez, 44, met the dancing hunk, 34, through her best friend Leah Remini and her DWTS partner Tony Dovolani, but the two have been taking it slow due to work commitments.
"He danced with her at the [American Music Awards last November] and they kept in touch," a friend of the singer's tells PEOPLE.
Says another source who knows both Lopez and Chmerkovskiy: "They are friends and have been talking."
Indeed, Lopez – and Remini – were on hand for Maksim's brother Val Chmerkovskiy's 28th birthday in Los Angeles in late March. Celebrating along the 70 other guests, including Candace Cameron Bure, the singer "drank wine and snacked on pizza" before leaving the festivities at The Redbury Hotel after 1 a.m.
So will the duo be out and about as a full-fledged couple any time soon? "I think they could. Who knows what will happen?" muses the Lopez pal.
The "First Love" singer's split from Casper Smart was announced earlier this week and the choreographer seems to be moving on as well. Smart was spotted out and about with friends at the Maxim Hot 100's Patron-sponsored bash in Los Angeles Tuesday night.
"He was flirting with girls and having the best time," says a partygoer.
Reps for both Lopez and Chmerkovskiy declined to comment.
Jaden and Willow Smith are taking over Hollywood and the pages of Vanity Fair. The children of Will and Jada are among “The Next Wave” of up-and-coming stars featured in the magazine’s July issue.
They join 21 other young actors and actresses including Zoë Kravitz, Bella Thorne, Odeya Rush, Zoey Deutch, Jack Reynor, and Olivia Cooke.
Jaden and Willow, who reside with their parents in Calabasas, Calif., let the magazine into their world. Thirteen-year-old Willow reveals that her favorite shoes are Dr. Martens and her favorite movies to watch with her parents are feminist documentaries.
Meanwhile, her 16-year-old brother, who stars in the upcoming Karate Kid 2, enjoys watching Mr. Peabody & Sherman with his folks and prefers drop-crotch pants to jeans because the latter are “restricting to my legs.”
In 1999, Shania Twain was at the peak of her commercial success. Two years prior, she had released the blockbuster country album Come on Over, a record that would sell a staggering 40 million copies worldwide (by comparison, Taylor Swift's best-selling release so far, Fearless, has tallied a little less than 9 million). Featuring hits like "Man! I Feel Like a Woman,""You're Still the One" and "That Don't Impress Me Much," Come on Over became a genre-busting sensation, due in part to a re-released pop mix of the album. An accompanying tour further solidified her as country's most recognizable female superstar.
Still, Twain didn't garner her first — and only — Entertainer of the Year nomination until 1999, competing against Tim McGraw, George Strait, the Dixie Chicks and Garth Brooks, who was angling to three-peat in the category. But when Reba McEntire, the last woman to win the CMA's top award in 1986, was chosen to present, Twain had to feel the odds were on her side.
Which, of course, they were. McEntire, visibly emotional over Twain having ended the 13-year drought of female Entertainer winners, pointed in her direction and informally beckoned the Canadian native to the stage. "Come on up, Shania Twain," she said.
"I'm embarrassed that I'm crying," Twain said during her speech, wiping away tears. She also offered a good-natured directive to Dolly Parton, who was inducted that evening into the Country Music Hall of Fame. "I have to meet Dolly Parton tonight after the show. She is my biggest inspiration of all time and she can't leave the building until I at least meet her!"
Twain went on to follow up Come on Over with 2002's Up! and a greatest hits compilation in 2004, before slowly dropping out of the public eye. She endured a divorce from her producer husband Robert "Mutt" Lange and subsequent vocal issues, before making a high-profile — and triumphant — return to the stage in 2012, headlining her own Las Vegas spectacle, Shania: Still the One. A regular showroom draw at Caesars Palace's Colosseum, the show is currently scheduled to run through summer 2014.
Remarkably, despite all her success, sales and stardom, Twain's 1999 Entertainer victory stands as her sole CMA Awards win.
How do you defend someone who never defended you? That’s the heart of this thriller/family drama (out Oct. 10) starring Robert Downey Jr. as a Chicago defense attorney who returns to his small town to represent his hostile father (Robert Duvall) in a murder case.
Duvall plays the imperious title character: a living symbol of justice in their community and a tyrant in his own household — factors that compelled his son to flee years before. A family funeral brings Downey’s character home, but it’s another death that keeps him there.
“Against his own instincts and desire, he ends up staying to defend his dad from what may or may not be an intentional vehicular manslaughter case,” Downey says, flashing his eyebrows on those last few words.
“His father is a pillar of the community. Everybody knows a dad like the judge,” the actor adds. “Every community has one, and every family has either heard of or been under that kind of patriarchy. It’s this very American story. But it’s also a story about family, and reconciliation, and law, and justice.”
Downey’s character doesn’t just clash with his father, but also his brutish older brother, played by Vincent D’Onofrio (Full Metal Jacket, Men In Black) — who stands by the old man’s side in all matters. Less confident, but no less devoted to the pater familias, is the Fredo-esque youngest brother (Jeremy Strong, Zero Dark Thirty). “He, uh … he still lives at home,” Downey explains. “Slow learner.”
The film has flashes of humor, but it’s definitely more of a dramatic turn for director David Dobkin, best known for Wedding Crashers. And it’s the first project from Team Downey, the new production company founded by the actor and his wife, longtime Silver Pictures producer Susan Downey (the Guy Ritchie Sherlock Holmes films, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang).
Team Downey had several films inching forward in development, including a big screen version of Perry Mason, and a drama about the aftermath of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis during World War II. The Judge, with its genre-mixing script by first-time screenwriter Bill Dubuque and Nick Schenk (Gran Torino) was “the greyhound that got its eye on the rabbit first,” as the actor puts it.
In her previous role at Silver Pictures, the dedication was to amped-up action pictures. So what kind of brand does Team Downey hope to establish? “If the type is good, that’s the brand I’d go for,” she says, saying they’re looking for the offbeat and heartfelt — though not the ultra-niche or esoteric.
“Our storytelling is character-driven but on a commercial level,” Susan says. “We wanted to do something outside the big movie tentpole projects.”
So no Iron Man suit — just emotional armor this time.
With a sharp sense of humor and serious smarts, Anna Kendrick has turned herself into the savviest social-media star of her generation and makes her ELLE cover debut for the magazine's first-ever Social Issue.
Now, with seven projects on the horizon (Happy Christmas is out this month), the acting, singing, joking sensation is about to go supernova. Kendrick garnered an Oscar nomination at 24 with Up in the Air. Her hit song "Cups," recorded for the Pitch Perfect soundtrack, spent 44 weeks on Billboard's Hot 100. Her Saturday Night Live debut this April—a barrage of musical skits—unleashed skill after seemingly limitless skill. But Kendrick also has found a way to meld the famous-person world with the one the rest of us live in, taking every opportunity to remind us—largely via social media—that she's still an occasionally weird and sometimes flawed human, not just a body hosting an increasingly desirable brand.
Tweet by tweet, joke by joke, Kendrick, now 28, has carved out a space in which to define herself. And the result is that despite living a life most of us can't relate to, she herself seems entirely relatable.
Whether Kendrick is talking about her childhood and teen years, or commenting on her so called ‘approachable hotness,’ she offers an interesting look at the woman who describes herself to her 2.5 million Twitter followers as “Pale, awkward and very very small.” Check out the following excerpts for a sneak preview, and read the full interview exclusively in ELLE’s July issue, available digitally and at newsstands in select cities starting June 17th, and nationwide on June 24th.
On family and divorce:
Kendrick grew up in Portland, Maine, in a house sandwiched between the pond where she and her older brother, Michael, ice-skated in the winter and the baseball diamond where they watched Little League games in the summer. Their parents—Janice, an accountant, and William, a teacher—divorced when she was 15 but stayed on good terms. "I hate when people think you're broken because your parents are divorced," Kendrick says. "And I really reject the idea of staying together for the kids. If they're growing up in a house that's not healthy, it's better to know that's not the model of what marriage should be."
– Excerpted from ELLE, July 2014
On her sex appeal:
This lack of ego, coupled with the stealth hourglass shape, the porcelain skin, and the smart mouth, add up to a very specific kind of sex appeal. Kendrick, who hasn't publicly dated since she and Edgar Wright broke up last year, says she hasn't been hit on since Up in the Air, "honest to God." For the 5 million-plus people who have YouTubed her Newcastle Brown Ale Super Bowl ad, this will be hard to buy. In it, the actress is simultaneously sexy and hilarious, twirling her movie-star hair and deadpanning that she's "approachable hot, like the-hottest-girl-in-your-improv-class-hot." [@RyBrockington: "Breaking News: I can indeed confirm that @AnnaKendrick47 was the hottest girl in my improv class."] "I’ve never felt like I’ve exactly traded on my looks," the actress says matter-of-factly. "When I was a teenager, I was an ultralate bloomer, and my mom would say it was a blessing, because it means you never have to wonder if guys are only interested in you because you’ve got boobs. I would have been thrilled if guys were interested in me because of my boobs!" But maybe it's for the best. "Similarly, I think I’m lucky that I’ve never had a crisis about whether the only reason I’m successful is because I’m crazy hot. It’s not something that crosses my mind.”
– Excerpted from ELLE, July 2014
Look out for Anna's Twitter and Instagram takeover of ELLE's handles today, and watch and share our exclusive behind-the-scenes cover shoot video starring Anna and her social media obsession here.
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are always doing this. No, really—always.
The up and down relationship status between these two pop stars is always changing, but they also always seem to give fans a hint as to where they stand through Instagram. So, it's no surprise that Bieber's latest post caused a frenzy with Jelena lovers.
Biebs reportedly posted (then deleted, of course) a black-and-white photo of his head being snuggled into Selena's arms. Although J.B.'s face is absent in the picture, it's clear that it's him because of his latest ink on his neck.
So are they back together? Have they rekindled their romance yet again? Is Bieber just going down memory lane? One source tells E! News that they aren't aware of Justin and Selena being back together, while Bieber's rep declined to comment on his client's personal life.
Or perhaps Justin is just drawing inspiration from his relationship experiences for a new track? Cody Simpson is currently collaborating with J.B. and tweeted, "chill studio session last night with @justinbieber. wrote a beautiful guitar track. able to relate when it comes to love & women. good sht!"
It seemed like Selena and Justin were donezo for good, especially since Biebs was spotted hanging out (and hooking up) with a lot of other females recently. Meanwhile, Gomez recently returned from a trip to Nepal, where she traveled to raise awareness for children in need, on behalf of UNICEF.
I don't even know what to say, tbh...
Are you guys ready for tommorrow ?
“[Colin] will bring wonderful charisma and sense of mystery to the role,” say show's executive producers Adrian Hodges and Jessica Pope.
Colin Salmon's character is called Tariq
Landon Donovan will participate in the World Cup after all — just not as a player, and not from Brazil.
The all-time U.S. leader in both goals and assists will preview and analyze the tournament, focusing on the U.S. team's three opening round matches: June 16 vs. Ghana; June 22 vs. Portugal; and June 26 vs. Germany. Donovan will contribute to pre-game, halftime and post-match coverage, editions of SportsCenter, World Cup Tonight and other shows.
“Adding Landon to our ESPN roster just before the World Cup is a coup because he knows the United States team better than anyone having played such a huge role in its success, especially at this event,” said Jed Drake, ESPN senior vice president and executive producer.
“Landon is also one of this country's biggest sports stars and we believe that he will help attract even more fans to our month-long coverage.”
Added Donovan: “I am excited to be joining ESPN's coverage of the 2014 World Cup from Los Angeles, and I look forward to working with the talented ESPN broadcasters to provide unique insights for our amazing US Soccer fans.”
Donovan was cut from the U.S. team in May.
who from here is going to be at the world cup in person?
The New York Times’ Upshot blog polled the fan bases of different countries to see who everyone thought was most likely to win the World Cup.
The results are totally unsurprising.
Every country polled, except for two, were totally realistic and said host nation Brazil was the most likely to win the tournament. One of those who said they’d win instead of Brazil was Argentina. The only other country whose fans thought they’d win the World Cup — you guessed it, the good old U.S.A.
Now, Argentina picking themselves is totally reasonable. They have plenty of weapons, like Angel di Maria, who won Man of the Match in the Champions League final and, lest we forget, the four-time World Player of the Year, Lionel Messi.
But the United States hoisting the World Cup in July? USMNT Head Coach Jurgen Klinsmann doesn’t even think so. But that’s America. Say what you will about our country, but we BELIEVE IN OURSELVES.
LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT, BABY! WE’D BLEED ON THE FLAG TO KEEP THOSE STRIPES RED. U-S-A!
But before I whip myself into a patriotic frenzy, it is worth noting that the poll found the country the U.S. is going to root hardest against is… the United States.
We love ourselves and we hate ourselves. We’re all over the place.
The second team that America plans on rooting against: Russia. Glad to see some things never change.
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If Cameron Monaghan isn't already on your radar, we've gotta warn you: It's going to be a serious challenge to go anywhere without seeing him pretty soon. The 20-year-old, redheaded cutie is already known for playing Ian Gallagher on the TV series Shameless, and it won't be long until he's rocking an even bigger screen with his starring role in The Giver when it hits theaters this August. If you can't tell, we're basically counting down the days.
In the Lois Lowry classic we all came to know and love from our middle school reading lists, Cameron plays Asher, who's Brenton Thwaites's character Jonas's funny and super relatable best friend. "Asher is a little bit of an odd man out in his society," Cameron says of his role. "He's this kid who's a little bit of a jokester—he doesn't fit in with the rigid, strict constraints of the society around him." Even though his character isn't necessarily one who abides by the rules 24/7, things start to change once Jonas starts rebelling against the system they've lived their entire lives obeying. "He becomes at odds with what's morally right. He doesn't know whether he should be part of his society or go along with what Jonas is saying."
Even Taylor Swift became part of their family while she was on set filming for a week and a half. He didn't have much time with the Grammy-winning superstar, but they took full advantage of having such a musical cast, basically starting their own band. "We would have jam sessions in Jeff's hotel room. Brenton would play guitar, and I would play the harmonica or ukulele, and we would all sing and have these really great bonding experiences," he says of one of his favorite memories. "I remember we were in the lobby of Taylor's hotel, and we had a whole night of just gathering around the piano with everyone playing together."
One amazing thing about this movie is the fact that it was filmed in South Africa. But this wasn't Cameron's first time on the other side of the world. He spent around six months there when he was younger, but going back years later was a completely different experience. "It was really amazing. The people there are great and there's so much interesting stuff to do," he says. "I sandboarded on their dunes, I rode ATVs around some of their wooded areas—I had a blast." Cameron admits the insurance company wouldn't be too happy to hear about his sometimes dangerous endeavors, but what he says was "like having a paid vacation" is something he'll never forget.
So, onto the part about Cameron being in his underwear. As if his time filming the role of James in the ridiculously scary upcoming horror movie Amityville wasn't already exciting enough, he took full advantage of his newfound monster status on set, even scaring his co-star Bella Thorne his first couple days in costume. "I've played monsterous characters before, but I've never had the chance to look like a monster," he says of his role. "I had to wear all of these prosthetics for pretty much the entire movie. The result was I looked really different and really horrifying." But with all of the monster make up, there unfortunately (or fortunately?!) wasn't any room for pants. "I couldn't really wear any clothing or anything, so I think I spent pretty much the entire movie in my boxers. It was so weird to spend a month lounging around a crew of people in scary makeup and basically nothing else. It was one of those odd, surreal things that could only happen on a movie set." Remind us why weren't we there again?
Next up for Cameron: Filming for Shameless starts up again soonYESSSSSSSS. and he has a potential new movie project in the works, but what he really needs after working non-stop for the past year is a little break, even though he always hates it once he gets one. "I say I want a break, but every time I have some down time I don't know what to do with myself. I need to be doing something." If he does get a breather from his crazy-exciting life, we know where he'll be—playing music, spending time with his friends, and probably chillin' in his boxers.
omg i'm so excited
In the action-comedy The Interview, Dave Skylark (James Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen) run the popular celebrity tabloid TV show “Skylark Tonight.” When they discover that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is a fan of the show, they land an interview with him in an attempt to legitimize themselves as journalists. As Dave and Aaron prepare to travel to Pyongyang, their plans change when the CIA recruits them, perhaps the two least-qualified men imaginable, to assassinate Kim Jong-un.
Jenni Rivera's been gone for more than a year and a half, but her children continue to celebrate and honor their mother on her birthday.
Ever year, Rivera's children throw her an enormous bday bash -- complete with music, lots of delicious comida and, of course, tequila! "It's a day to tell her that we love her, miss her, that we hope she's proud of what we're doing, how we are celebrating her life and legacy," her eldest daughter, Chiquis Rivera told People en Español.
The Queen of Banda would have turned 45-years-old in a few weeks on July 2. She was killed in a plane crash in December 2012, leaving behind five children.
Chiquis' siblings Jacquie, 24, and Michael, 23, as well as her half-siblings Jenicka, 17, and Johnny, 13, look forward to throwing a bittersweet birthday fiesta. "On her birthday, we always think about her with much love and with the beautiful smile that she had," Chiquis said.
"Thank all of you for still supporting her career," she continued. "Please, I ask you to keep her alive in your hearts, pray for her, and always remember she was a very happy woman."