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Thursday

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Justin Bieber on Chelsea Lately — Ego-Inflated?

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In case you’re wondering whether Justin Bieber will be the next MC Hammer, the video below will answer your question. He appeared on Chelsea Lately while drenched in Usher’s ego. Did those two clowns sit down and discuss how to ooze douchebag during interviews? Sure the kid is 17, but I predict a full-on waterfall mansion followed by bankruptcy. Click below to see the interview.
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Tuesday

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November 2011

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Dancing With the Stars Team Paso Doble — Derek Hough Rescues Hope Solo

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I like a feisty man, but after watching Maksim Chmerkovskiy man-handle Hope Solo during the Team Paso Doble practice, I’ve officially changed my ‘Dancing With the Stars’ crush to Derek Hough. When Maksim disturbingly tossed Hope around during what seemed like a temper tantrum, Derek Hough interjected to teach her the step. It’s particularly interesting because Maksim recently attributed Derek’s insane success on the show to his talented partners, saying that if he was given the same partners, he’d be just as good. Perhaps Maksim should watch the video below and then apologize to Derek Hough. It seems like the only person in Maksim’s way is Maksim.

Educational Resource: Maksim is probably wishing that his partners had taken classes from online masters degree programs in performing arts.

Tuesday

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November 2011

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Brett Ratner & Michael Jackson Picked on Homeless Man — Ratner Sucks

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If you’re a fan of The Dishmaster, then you’re well aware that there are certain celebrities on The-Dishmaster-Sh*tlist. One such celebrity is Brett Ratner, who I personally know is the world’s biggest douchebag. I’d tell you how I know this information — but it would divulge my source — and real journalists know how to keep secrets. But just in case you doubt me, I’ve posted an interview with Brett Ratner on Jimmy Kimmel, where he told a disturbing story about how he and Michael Jackson threw water balloons at a homeless man — because . . . you know . . . that’s such a funny thing to do. Isn’t it great to torment the mentally ill?

External Resource: It will take a large team of people who have received human resources degrees online to get Brett Ratner to work well with other people.

Tuesday

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November 2011

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Tuesday

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November 2011

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Monday

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October 2011

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Kim Kardashian Files for Divorce — Was it a Hoax?

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It’s time for Kim Kardashian to cash-out of reality television. Her 72 day marriage ended after a ridiculous wedding special that clearly exposed the flaws in her relationship. There’s a clip of her crying on Bruce Jenner’s shoulder because she misses her late father, and she says, “I don’t want Kris to see me emotional because he didn’t know my dad.” Um — huh? If you can’t cry on your future husband’s shoulder — there’s a problem.

But there’s a bigger issue at play here. Why is Kim Kardashian continuing the reality television madness? Rumor has it she’s worth well over $100 million, which means she can move to an island and drink mojitos for the rest of her life. If you want that kind of fame, then don’t get married and don’t have children. No relationship can survive with cameras constantly around, and any man that’s okay with that is intrinsically flawed.

I feel sorry for Kim Kardashian. She seems like a nice enough girl that got caught up in a whirlwind that she can’t escape, and she’s sacrificed her personal life because of it. Get off the train, Kim — there’s still time. And if the rumors are true and this was an elaborate hoax meant for cash, then she might just rot in hell.

External Resource: It will take an experienced legal team, like those trained at online paralegal school, to help Kim Kardashian with her divorce.

Sunday

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October 2011

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Jackie Collins Interview — ‘Goddess of Vengeance’

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Jackie Collins is one of those fabulous women that still manages to stay relevant after an astounding amount of success. She’s sold over 400 million copies of her books, and she’s still producing great, original material. Her latest book, ‘Goddess of Vengeance’, is just as fun as you’d expect. It follows her coveted protagonist, Lucky Santangelo, who’s running a highly successful hotel and casino in Las Vegas. When her casino is threatened, you get to see the quintessential Jackie Collins girl-power at its best. Lucky is joined by a new generation of Santangelos, who bring their own set of juicy drama. I was honored to interview the great Jackie Collins for her new novel. Enjoy!

After 28 books and a four decade long career, how do you continue to find inspiration for your stories?

Inspiration is all around me.  I just have to pick up or go to a Hollywood party!

Your novels often have very strong and beautiful female protagonists. Was this always your intention when you began to write, or did it evolve over time?

My object was to create strong positive role models for women. Female heroines who can kick ass!

There’s some fun dating in this book, particularly by Lucky Santangelo’s best friend, Venus. Is her character at all inspired by your own personal life?

Madonna was the muse for Venus, with touches of Beyonce, Cher, and Lady Gaga.  A true original and beautiful and strong diva with a penchant for gorgeous men!

I noticed that your characters curse a lot. As someone who greatly enjoys using profanity to express my point, I have to ask if this is a natural or calculated choice.

Natural of course.  That’s the way real people speak, and my characters are very real.

Hollywood these days tends to favor the very young. Is it tough to write a whole new generation of characters that fit today’s current trends?

Not at all.  I am a popular culture junkie and T.V. addict, so I am always in touch with everyone and everything.  I write for all colors, ages, and sexual orientation.  Something for everyone!

 

Sunday

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October 2011

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Tabloid Gossip — Week-in-Review — Juice for the Thirsty

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  • Former ‘Real World’ cast member, Tonya Cooley, is suing MTV and other cast members, Kenny Santucci and Evan Starkman, for allegedly raping her with a toothbrush. Hollywood Reporter
  • Jim Carrey’s daughter, Jane Carrey, filed or divorce. E! Online
  • Kurt Cobain’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, is engaged to singer Isaiah Silva. New York Daily News
  • Bruce Willis is having his fourth child with his wife, Emma Heming. PopSugar
  • ‘X Factor’s’ Nicole Scherzinger split with race-car driver Lewis Hamilton after four years together. People
  • Jennifer Love Hewitt has a new boyfriend. Us Magazine
  • Susan Sarandon’s daughter, Eva Amurri, got married. Daily Mail
  • ‘Sex and the City’s’ Mario Cantone married his partner of 20 years. Just Jared

Sunday

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October 2011

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Michael Keaton In a BeetleJuice Sequel? — Yes, Please!

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The only Tim Burton films I’ve ever enjoyed are the ones with Michael Keaton. That probably has more to do with Michael Keaton than Tim Burton, but that duo should have stayed together. So when I read that the writers for the upcoming sequel to Beetlejuice refuse to do the film without Keaton as their star, I felt like writing them a personal thank you for alerting the movie studio that not everyone is expendable — and Keaton is a Hollywood treasure. Here’s hoping the script is good enough — and the money makes it worth his while.

Sunday

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October 2011

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Movie Review: ‘Like Crazy’

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Love is necessary but not sufficient for a relationship to survive. And that painful realization is beautifully illustrated in ‘Like Crazy.’ The film follows Anna (Felicity Jones), a British exchange student studying in Los Angeles, who falls in love with Jacob (Anton Yelchin). She overstays her visa to spend the summer with Jacob after graduation, which later results in a ban from the United States. Their attempt at a long distance relationship becomes the center of the film, and no matter how hard they fight against it, their love keeps them intertwined. The film presents some haunting questions about love. Should it be that hard? Should it cause that much pain? Is it worth fighting through the obstacles that shackle your happiness? And if it is truly love, and the obstacles are removed, does that automatically equate to a sustainable relationship? I won’t reveal how this movie ends, but I will say that it’s the most accurate portrayal of love I’ve ever seen on film.

OVERALL RATING: 5/5 DISHES