4 items from 2011
Have you seen the original web series Scene Kid Love? It’s the one with the Chris Crocker cameo about Sceney Sceneable, who’s like an underage Tila Tequila on whatever drug the Teletubbies are smoking living in a MySpace-dominated internet yearning for a prominent place on her sex friend’s social media hierarchy. How about The Islands? You see that one? That’s the web show that’s like a Staten Island version of Jersey Shore released before anyone knew the name Snooki featuring guidette Allie who gets to Manhattan’s Meatpacking district by way of bridges and tunnels and who's proud of looking like Christina Aguilera from her dirty days when she had dark hair. Do you know the lady that stars in both those you-gotta-watch-these online originals? That’s the lovely Stevie Ryan. And in addition to the two series above, you’ll soon be able to »
- Joshua Cohen
Exclusive: VH1 has picked up a new half-hour weekly pop-culture show headlined by YouTube star Stevie Ryan. Stevie TV, which has received a 10-episode order for a 2012 launch, will feature comedian Ryan’s satirical take on the pop-culture events of the previous week, including reality show happenings and celebrity and politician blunders. Ryan is best known for her YouTube videos, which have garnered over 80 million hits. In them, she impersonates such top celebrities and reality stars as Kim Kardashian and Justin Bieber as well as VH1′s own Mob Wives and Audrina Patridge. Ryan created Stevie TV with Dan Levy and James Kirkland. Brian Volk-Weiss, Michael Pelmont, Dan Levy, Stevie Ryan and Darren Belitsky are executive producing for New Wave Entertainment; and Noah Pollack, Jill Holmes, Stacy Alexander and Jeff Olde for VH1. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
By Kim Palacios
Also attending the event were Jeff Bridges and Michael Sheen (who presented the awards for “Breakthrough of the Year” and “Film Actor of the Year”, respectively). Eva Mendes, Ariel Winter, BooBoo Stewart and Lucy Hale also attended; Pete Wentz’s new band, Black Cards, entertained.
A broadcast of the awards will air on Ion on May 26th, but a full preview of the winners is below:
Cast to Watch – Pretty Little Liars
TV Actress of the Year »
- Kim Palacios
Last night’s Young Hollywood Awards ceremony at L.A.’s Club Nokia — airing May 26 on Ion Television (9/8c) — featured not only youthful stars (including Oscar nominee Hailee Steinfeld and august Super 8 star Elle Fanning), but also their mentor figures, who presented the statuettes.
It’s a more poignant situation than you realize.
Jeff Bridges surprised Steinfeld with a touching introduction, and the legendary Francis Ford Coppola, who cast Fanning in his upcoming film Twixt Now and Sunrise, waxed poetic about the 13-year-old’s talent and grace, remembering to note, “She has remained a kid.” That sent Dakota’s »
- Louis Virtel
4 items from 2011
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