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Dylan Sprouse nude photos: New, more explicit pics leak

22 December 2013 12:00 PM, PST

Just when Dylan Sprouse thought his nude photo nightmare was behind him, more salacious snapshots of the former "Suite Life of Zack & Cody" star have come to light.

Less than a week after the first pair of photos leaked, two new pics popped up online on Saturday (Dec. 21) -- and one of them is rather explicit. (We're not going to post them on Zap2it. If you're really interested, you can check them out here.)

While Sprouse took the first leak in remarkable stride, tweeting, "Whoops, guess I'm not 14 and fat anymore ... I messed up... but I'd be a fool not to own up to it. Got to move past it I suppose," he's yet to comment on this new crop of photos.

Perhaps he's just crafting the perfect response? »

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'Glee's' Dot-Marie Jones marries longtime girlfriend Bridgett Casteen

22 December 2013 11:00 AM, PST

Dot-Marie Jones is officially off the market.

The "Glee" star and her longtime girlfriend, Bridgett Casteen, tied the knot in their Los Angeles home on Saturday (Dec. 21), their rep tells People magazine.

Close friends were invited to what they thought was a holiday party at the couple's home. Once there, they were surprised to learn the pair had actually gathered them to bear witness to their wedding.

Jones proposed to Casteen at Disneyland during the Gay Days Anaheim weekend back in October. This is the first marriage for the "Glee" actress and the second for Casteen. »

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Birthday girl Jordin Sparks on her future engagement to Jason Derulo

22 December 2013 9:00 AM, PST

Jordin Sparks has plenty to celebrate on her 24th birthday (Dec. 22). The "American Idol" winner is not only a successful recording artist, but is now transitioning to acting (don't worry, she's not going to stop singing). Plus, she's been in a loving relationship with singer Jason Derulo for two and a half years.

Although the two aren't engaged, Derulo's latest single, "Marry Me," an ode to the birthday girl (who costars in the video), makes it seem like marriage might be in the cards for the happy couple. Sparks told Zap2it recently that she understands why people have been wondering about their status.

"It's so funny because Jason's like 'Everybody keeps asking me [about marriage]' and I say 'We did kind of set ourselves up for that one,'" Sparks says. "We're definitely on that trajectory to get to that point. Things are so good with us now. He's working really hard, »

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Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade engaged: See 'Being Mary Jane' star's ring

21 December 2013 10:00 PM, PST

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are making it official.

On Saturday (Dec. 21), the "Being Mary Jane" star revealed that her NBA beau popped the question, sharing a photo of the stunning diamond engagement sparkler Wade presented during the big moment on Instagram. "Sooooo this happened... #Yessss," she captioned the photo, in which the Miami Heat player holds his new fiancee's hand. Wade shared the same photo on his account, with a bit of a different caption: "She said Yes!!!"

Wade and Union have been dating since 2009.

Check out Union's stunning rock and join us in congratulating the happy couple.


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Sofia Vergara singing Christmas carols to 'Modern Family' co-stars is hysterical - Watch

21 December 2013 8:00 PM, PST

In need of some yuletide yuks? Well, you're in luck.

Sofia Vergara and her, um, unique singing voice are spreading some holiday cheer by way of an Instagram video from her "Modern Family" co-star Jesse Tyler Ferguson.

"I feel like this will be a new holiday tradition. @sofiavergara caroling for us," Ferguson wrote after capturing Vergara attempting what we think is a version of "Jingle Bells" while passing out gifts. The laughter from cast mates Julie Bowen and Eric Stonestreet is priceless. As is "Jingle in the rain."

Be sure you check out Vergara's new take on "Jingle Bells" below.


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'Duck Dynasty': Charlie Sheen takes on 'shower dodger' Phil Robertson, demands apology

21 December 2013 7:00 PM, PST

Today in "Duck Dynasty" news: Charlie Sheen has joined the growing chorus of voices voicing their anger over Phil Robertson's inflammatory GQ comments regarding homosexuals and African Americans.

Sheen, who's often inflammatory himself, posted a lengthy rant on his Twitter account on Saturday (Dec. 21), aimed at "shower dodger" Robertson. "You have offended and hurt so many dear friends of mine, who Do Not have the voice or the outreach that I do," he writes. "Your statements were and are abhorrently and mendaciously unforgivable ... The only 'Dynasty' you are attached to might be the re-runs of that dated show ... Shame on you ... You need to make serious amends to those you have radically offended."

Of course, the former "Two and a Half Men" star knows a thing or two about being removed from a show and only remaining in the re-runs.

Robertson is currently on "indefinite hiatus" from "Duck Dynasty, »

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Kris Jenner wants to help plan Kim Kardashian-Kanye West wedding: 4 reasons that's a bad idea

21 December 2013 3:00 PM, PST

As Kris Jenner tells it, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have begun planning their wedding and it's going to be a big one.

"We have a pretty big family," she tells People magazine. "I don't think it will be two people in a chapel, if you know what I mean!" Of course we know -- she means it's going to be another expensive special on E!

While Jenner won't reveal whether the couple have set a date yet, she says "hopefully it will be soon." She also says that she'd like to help planning but, "I don't know if they'll let me jump in." Kimye aren't known for their sensible taste levels (Hello: "Bound 2"), but keeping Kris out of the planning is probably for the best. As you'll recall, these are the sort of things Jenner things are good ideas:

And that time she held someone's baby on her talk show, »

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Kim Fields directed 'Holiday Love' while pregnant, edited barefoot in the kitchen

21 December 2013 11:00 AM, PST

Kim Fields, the actress America watched grow up on "The Facts of Life" and "Living Single," has become known in recent years for her "Holiday Love" Christmas specials. 2013 sees the premiere of the fourth installment, which Fields produced and directed during the third trimester of her recent pregnancy.

Fields tells Zap2it that she just had to jump into the undertaking of directing a two-hour movie while seven months pregnant.

"You can't think about it too much because then you're like, 'I can't do this, I need to sit down somewhere.'" she laughs. "I didn't think about it from the standpoint of 'I can't do this,' because I was in great health. When you're 44 and having a baby, you have to do a check-up practically every hour, so we knew I was safe and the baby was safe. We had a great support team."

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Ned Vizzini suicide: Young-adult author and 'Teen Wolf' writer dies at 32

21 December 2013 9:08 AM, PST

Ned Vizzini has died at 32. The author of "It's Kind of a Funny Story" and a writer on TV shows like "Teen Wolf," "Last Resort" and J.J. Abrams' upcoming "Believe," committed suicide in New York on Thursday (Dec. 19).

The writer's brother, Daniel Vizzini, confirmed the death followed a fall off their parents' apartment building in Brooklyn, and the city's medical examiner concluded that Vizzini had died from injuries consistent with a fall (as reported by ABC News). Vizzini's family said that the young man had struggled with depression and mental illness throughout much of his life.

Although a resident of Los Angeles over the past few years, Vizzini grew up in New York City. His struggle with depression in the midst of early success (he wrote a column for the New York Times as a teen) eventually provided much of the material in Vizzini's first novel, "It's Kind of a Funny Story. »

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Kristen Wiig's 'Sound of Music' 'Saturday Night Live' cold open wasn't planned

20 December 2013 10:30 PM, PST

When Kristen Wiig surprised the audience during Paul Rudd's "Saturday Night Live" episode a few weeks back, she did it by crashing the "Sound of Music Live and Condensed!" cold open with her fan-favorite character, Dooneese. And according to Wiig, she wasn't even supposed to be in the sketch in the first place.

"I went [to "Saturday Night Live"] just to say hi to Lorne [Michaels]," Wiig said on "Late Show With David Letterman" on Friday (Dec. 20). "I went upstairs and they were talking aobut the cold open. The next thing I knew I was in it."

Wiig confessed that she misses being on the NBC sketch comedy show every week. "I do miss it. But [returning now,] there's more pressure," Wiig says. "You don't want to come back and have people go, 'I'm glad she's gone.'"

Watch Wiig's "Sound of Music" cold open below:


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'X-Men: Days of Future Past' cuts 'True Blood's' Anna Paquin - Rogue's only scene dropped

20 December 2013 9:00 PM, PST

With a cast as big as that of the upcoming blockbuster "X-Men: Days of Future Past," it's understandable that some actors won't get as much screen time as fans would like. Unfortunately, that also means that some characters might get cut altogether ... like Anna Paquin's Rogue.

Director Bryan Singer reveals to EW that a rescue sequence shot early in the film's production and featuring Magneto (Ian McKellen), Professor X (Patrick Stewart), Rogue (Paquin), and Iceman (Shawn Ashmore) has been cut from the final version of the film. The worst part is that was Paquin's only scene in the movie.

"Through the editing process, the sequence became extraneous," Singer says. "It's a really good sequence and it will probably end up on the DVD so people can see it. But like many things in the editing process, it was an embarrassment of riches and it was just one of the things that had to go. »

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'Vampire Diaries' star Nina Dobrev surprises her mom with a trip to the White House

20 December 2013 6:00 PM, PST

Nina Dobrev just won the best daughter of the year award.

"The Vampire Diaries" star surprised her mom with a trip of a lifetime this holiday season. Dobrev took her mother Michaela Constantine on a whirlwind adventure to the White House holiday party in Washington D.C. and then on to Rockefeller Center in New York City. Like we said, best daughter of the year.

"Took my mom to the White House last week where we saw @Flotus," Dobrev tweeted on Wednesday (Dec. 16) along with the above photo. "We all agree every1 should #GetCovered #YourMomCares."

That's a holiday gift that will be hard to beat next year. »

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Kate Upton and Maksim Chmerkovskiy split: Who should they date in 2014?

20 December 2013 5:31 PM, PST

Kate Upton and Maksim Chmerkovskiy have ended their six-month relationship. Now that they're both on the market, who should Kate and Maks date next?

The relationship "fell apart" recently, according to sources who spoke to Us Weekly. Incompatible schedules were cited as the main problem between the supermodel and the "Dancing with the Stars" professional.

Who should Maks date?

Chmerkovskiy is a bit of a serial dater within the "DWTS" cast. He has been linked in the past to contestant Erin Andrews and pro Peta Murgatroyd. Plus, he was at one time engaged to pro Karina Smirnoff. While we can't predict which celebrities will make it onto the next season of the show, there are a few pros who might be available:

Witney Carson or Lindsay Arnold

But how could Maks choose between the two platinum-blonde "So You Think You Can Dance" alums and best friends?

Julianne Hough

Having left Ryan Seacrest behind, »

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Video: Man with Down syndrome gets college acceptance letter from Clemson University

20 December 2013 4:30 PM, PST

For Rion Holcombe, getting accepted into college was almost too good to be true. The 20-year-old with Down syndrome didn't even bother trying to contain his excitement while reading his acceptance letter from Clemson University, and his parents caught it all on video.

The video was shared on "Today," with a giddy Rion asking his parents, "I got accepted?" As his dad reads the letter out loud, Rion exclaims, "They said yes?" He was accepted to the ClemsonLIFE program at the university, which is designed to cater to students with intellectual disabilities. He will begin classes in fall 2014.

His parents are excited for Rion's next step, but admit to "Today" that they are "not real excited about him leaving home." Luckily he'll still be close, as the campus is only an hour and a half away. »

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Video: Ron Burgundy sings with Christopher Cross on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

20 December 2013 3:02 PM, PST

Ron Burgundy is everywhere, and now he's singing with everyone. The Will Ferrell character from "Anchorman 2" appeared on Thursday's (Dec. 19) "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to perform with Christopher Cross. Yes, that guy is still around.

Not only is Cross still around, he's game to sing "Ride Like the Wind," which is part of the "Anchorman" soundtrack.

Before you watch the video, a warning: Christopher Cross is not particularly recognizable if you just know him from 30-year-old photos. His voice, however, is very familiar.

The vintage split-screen shot -- a staple in '70s and many early '80s music videos -- is entirely consistent with all of this silliness. One might say the same about Burgundy's captain hat. Granted, the hat might work better for a Captain & Tennille performance, but what can you do?

Burgundy, as he will, adds some of his own commentary to Cross' song during the "Jkl" performance. »

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'Battlestar Galactica' reunion with Katee Sackhoff, Tricia Helfer and Michael Trucco is adorable

20 December 2013 2:30 PM, PST

"Battlestar Galactica" might be long over, but to us Tricia Helfer, Michael Trucco and Katee Sackhoff will always be Number Six, Sam Anders and Starbuck.

Fortunately for all of the surviving "BSG" fans, this trio of actors has the same sort of nostalgia. Trucco posted the adorable above photo with his former costars that just makes our hearts feel warm and happy.

"Omg! That's my wife (#BSG) [Sackoff] And my sister (#KillerWomen) [Helfer]! In some states, that would be the same woman!," he tweets.

In addition to playing Billy Parker to Helfer's Molly Parker on "Killer Women," it's worth noting that Trucco played her father of sorts in "BSG." Now that's one twisted family tree. »

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'Anchorman 2's' Will Ferrell reads passages from Ron Burgundy's book

20 December 2013 2:00 PM, PST

Things got a little awkward during Will Ferrell's appearance on "Katie," airing Monday (Dec. 23). You see, the funny man's "Anchorman 2" counterpart, Ron Burgundy, has written and released an autobiography that includes a pretty salacious passage about Katie Couric.

Ferrell was good enough to share the segment with Katie and her audience, which reads, "For starters, just to put to rest a rumor floating around, I did make love to Katie Couric. It was wonderfully slow and filled with passion. This was about two months ago." As the audience laughs, Will continues with the story of their chance encounter, reading, "'Where's your new fiance', I ask. 'We all gotta break away, right Ron?' And then she puts her foot on my crotch and that's as far as I'm going to take this tale."

Katie shouldn't be too worried, surely her fiance will understand just how irresistible Ron Burgundy is. »

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PETA gloms onto 'Duck Dynasty' drama, says Sarah Palin and anti-gay 'duck slayers' should be shunned

20 December 2013 1:30 PM, PST

Never ones to bypass a good controversy without first injecting themselves into it, PETA has entered the fray surrounding "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson and his inflammatory GQ interview.

For the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, A&E's indefinite suspension of their hit show's patriarch isn't severe enough: They're calling for the cable net to cancel the series post haste, and calling on Christians to "ignore" Sarah Palin's defense of Robertson and shun his duck-slaying family.

"PETA wants A&E to do more than suspend one of the characters on 'Duck Dynasty' for damning gays," the statement says. "We call on the channel to challenge the entire crew of duck slayers to ignore Sarah Palin's self-serving slap on the back for spewing hate speech and deny that they are as anti-gay as they are anti-animal. All people who consider themselves followers of Christ should »

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Google has a Festivus gift for you

20 December 2013 1:15 PM, PST

Here's a fun Google easter egg for you: When you search for "festivus," i.e. the legendary (made-up) "Seinfeld" holiday for the rest of us held every year on Dec. 23, Google places a graphic of the holiday's symbol -- a simple, unadorned aluminum pole -- on the side of the page.

Festivus was made famous in the 1997 episode of "Seinfeld" called "The Strike," when George's father, Frank (Jerry Stiller) tells Kramer (Michael Richards) how he created his own holiday in response to the commercialization of Christmas. Its components include the Airing of Grievances, in which family members tell each other how they've disappointed them throughout the year, and the Feats of Strength, which involves a wrestling match between the head of the household and a dinner guest of their choice.

The holiday was actually made up by Daniel O'Keefe, the father of "Seinfeld" writer Dan O'Keefe (the writer of "The »

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John Oliver's final 'Daily Show' appearance filled with tears, bad accents and Carlos Danger

20 December 2013 1:00 PM, PST

With John Oliver set to debut his own show on HBO in 2014, his seven-and-a-half-year run on "The Daily Show" came to an end Thursday (Dec. 19). Oliver appeared one last time to talk about British phone tapping, or so he thought.

It turned out the entire bit was a ruse to get him at the desk so host Jon Stewart could bid a proper farewell to the correspondent. Oliver was caught off-guard when he realized the jokes they'd written for the segment were for nothing. "Are we not doing the bit?" he asked Stewart. "F***!"

What played out instead was a retrospective of Oliver's tenure on the show, including times he got politicians to admit to mind-boggling things, like how they measure success in re-elections. Of course, there were also more than enough clips of Oliver overdoing his British accent and making a fool of himself, which will be sorely missed on the show. »

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