The CW has greenlit a new TV series based on ‘Sex and the City’ writer Candace Bushnell’s ‘The Carrie Diaries,’ a series of young adult novels that follows protagonist Carrie Bradshaw from her senior year in a circa-1980s small town high school through the launch of her writing career in New York.
JCPenney pulled the shirt from its site, but now it looks like Forever 21 is filling the void with a shirt that announces the female wearer is “allergic to algebra,” which critics say perpetuates the stereotype that women are bad at math.
She’s dressed up in meat, been “birthed” from an egg on stage and performed at a major awards show in drag. So the most shocking thing in Lady Gaga’s bag of tricks may very well have been to just scrub her face clean and appear on a magazine cover, which she did for the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
The cover features Spears in a glittery, feather-adorned mini-dress, while the sexy shots inside reveal that while she may have had two children, all the hours she’s logged in the gym to get her famous figure back have clearly paid off.
Remember when Kim Kardashian released the horrifically bad single “Jam (Turn It Up)” back in March? And how it flopped? And how she’d like nothing better than for everyone to forget about it now?
Well, too bad — for all of us, really. Because a clip from the single’s never-released video has now gone public, and the booty-shorted, glossy-lipped, strobe-light-laden, seizure-inducing disaster has now claimed every last one of us as victims.
If children were always trusted to name their younger siblings, there would be a whole lot of kids named Barbie and iPod and Justin Bieber. That’s why the naming duties usually go to responsible adults. And celebrities aside, they usually do an okay job of it.
Except Ian Clark. The Englishman enlisted the help of his four-year-old step-daughter and together, they named Clark’s daughter Meggie Maisie Lady Gaga, and plan to name his yet-to-be-born son Will.i.am, in honor of the Black Eyed Peas rapper.
The Weather Channel has never really needed a delay button before, but it may want to look into getting one now.
During a live broadcast from Hurricane Irene-ravaged Virginia on Saturday, reporter Eric Fisher was unexpectedly upstaged when a dude dressed in swim trunks ran behind him, pulled his trunks down and gave “weather front” a whole new meaning.
The video for Lil Wayne‘s hit single, ‘How to Love,’ from his upcoming LP ‘Tha Carter IV,’ has dropped, and it’s a dramatic departure from the rapper’s past efforts.
In the clip for the acoustic-driven ballad, his usual gangsta talk and boastful rhymes are replaced with the touching story of a single mother whose messy childhood results in a life of prostitution and drug addiction — as well as an eventual infection with HIV.
The two-man show, put together by Australian actors Phillip Roser and Damien Higginbotham, doesn’t feature any of Kanye West‘s actual music, but does chronicle the life and times of rap’s best-known egocentric — and takes a bit of creative license while doing so. So, sort of like ‘Jersey Boys,’ if they couldn’t get the rights to ‘Sherry’ and ‘Walk Like a Man.’
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