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There are certain people who are better together than they are apart. And that’s definitely the case for Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew. Both have yet to duplicate the success of their Loveline partnership. Though Drew has a television career without Adam, and Adam has a successful podcast without Drew, they can’t survive without each other. Without Adam, Drew seems creepy, and without Drew, Adam seems heartless. Watch a clip of their recent collaboration for Adam’s Audiobook. Here’s hoping they reunite and bring Loveline back to television.
While reading Vulture’s take on Nicki Minaj’s new “Starships” video, I noticed a very astute point from a random commenter. It’s ridiculously identical to Heidi Montag’s horrific Higher video. Translation? — Someone should be fired. Watch both videos below.
Katy Perry received some criticism for her American Idol performance, but I loved it. I can’t quite put my finger on why, other than to say I couldn’t take my eyes off of it. Sure it was ridiculous, but sometimes ridiculous is good. Watch below.
“I’ve never been to a school reunion and run into an ex who I’ve fallen back in love with. They all end up hating me. I just keep moving on,” she told Look magazine. I don’t like going back, I don’t think it’s healthy.” Mena Suvari, on her amicable relationship with her exes.
Rosie O’Donnell consistently affirms why she’s on my “celebrities-I-hope-to-be-friends-with” list. She returned to The Today Show after the media storm that erupted following yesterday’s comments about Lindsay Lohan. O’Donnell will not back down. She insists that Lindsay Lohan isn’t ready to work, and that she needs some serious help. Judging by Lohan’s response in the clip below, O’Donnell is correct.
They should just hand the title to Phillip Phillips. He’s not just the best singer in the competition, he’s the best performer. To be fair, “Fat Bottomed Girls” is one of my favorite songs in history. In fact, every time I feel bad about my gigantic ass, I sing it to myself as a pep-talk. But this isn’t about me — it’s about Phillip. He’s authentic, and that’s most important. Watch below.
Phillip Phillips 1st song, Top 6 ~ American Idol… by HumanSlinky
“I’m sending my rehearsal tape to ‘X Factor.’ I could be the next Steve Jones. Not as handsome but just as good. Literally!” The always funny ‘American Idol’ producer, Nigel Lythgoe, on having to fill in for the very ill Ryan Seacrest during American Idol dress rehearsals, and the possibility that he has a future as a host.
There’s a special place in my heart for Ingrid Michaelson, who sings just about every song I’ve used to get over a boy. Her cover of Rihanna’s “We Found Love” solidified my love. She’s the perfect combination of nerdy and cool.