Wow, could Dustin Diamond’s book cover look more homemade? It looks like something he put together with Microsoft Paint.
Anywho, Screech of Saved By The Bell fame has dropped his “tell-all” about his former castmates. Some of his revelations: Continue reading
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Tagged Behind the Bell, Books, Celebrities, Celebrity Fit Club, Child Actors, Dustin Diamond, Elizabeth Berkley, Entertainment, Fame Whores, Losers, Mario Lopez, Mark Paul Gosselaar, Pop Culture, Saved By The Bell, Saved by the Bell Reunion, Screech, Television, Tiffany Amber Thiessen
The new season of Destination Truth on SyFy is really bringing it. While I enjoyed the show before (mostly for the exotic locales and host Josh Gates’ smart-alecky personality), the crew rarely found much evidence of the things they investigated. Not so this season. They’ve bumped it up a notch, actually finding some really creepy evidence on some really creepy/remarkable places. Continue reading
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Tagged Chernobyl, Destination Truth, Entertainment, Josh Gates, King Tut, King Tut's Tomb, Pop Culture, Reality TV, Scary Stuff, Science, SyFy, Television, The Paranormal
Mackenzie Phillips has a new memoir out today, High on Arrival, that documents her turbulent life and struggles with substance abuse. But the big bombshell, which she’ll discuss on Oprah today, is something that has me (and the rest of America) completely horrified and disgusted: she had sex with her father, musician John Phillips. Continue reading
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Tagged Bombshells, Books, Celebrities, Child Abuse, Crime, Drugs, Family, High on Arrival, Incest, John Phillips, Mackenzie Phillips, Music, Oprah, Pop Culture, Rape, Sex, The Mamas and the Papas
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Tagged Athletes, Celebrities, Class, Entertainment, Fame Whores, Khole Kardashian, Lamar Odom, Pop Culture, Weddings
First Kourtney Kardashian got knocked up by her on-again-off-again boyfriend (and didn’t she catch him cheating on their show?). Now Khloe Kardashian is marrying her boyfriend, NBA player Lamar Odom. The two have been dating for a month, and they’re getting married this weekend. I don’t know, maybe I’m too cynical, but doesn’t this all just reek of sibling one-upmanship? Is this their way of getting out of sister Kim’s shadow?
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Tagged Babies, Bad Ideas, Celebrities, E!, Entertainment, Fame Whores, Family, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Lamar Odom, Marriage, Pop Culture, Pregnancy, Reality TV, Sibling Rivalry, Television, Weddings
Aside from the wrongfulness that was Jon Cryer winning an Emmy for that horrible piece of shit, Two and a Half Men, over Neil Patrick Harris and Rainn Wilson, there were also some really bad fashions. Like Sarah Silverman’s gown–It’s like Marie Antionette’s dress mated with a David’s Bridal bridesmaid dress.
Then there’s this Obama dress. Look, I love the president just as much as the next guy, but this is taking it too far. Poor Michelle, she works so hard to be fashionable, only to have this idiot ruin her family’s good name with this fuggery.
I don’t even know why Phoebe Price was allowed at the Emmys, much less why she’s wearing this mess of an ensemble.
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Tagged Barack Obama, Celebrities, Clothes, Emmys, Entertainment, Fashion, Hot Mess, Michelle Obama, Phoebe Price, Pop Culture, Red Carpet Fashion, Sarah Silverman, Style, Ugly Clothes
Oh, Courteney. After the boatload of awesome that was Dirt, this is what you come up with next? Oy. And could the show have a worse name?
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Tagged Celebrities, Cougar Town, Cougars, Courteney Cox, Dirt, Entertainment, Pop Culture, Television, Terrible Ideas