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So it appears that Harry Styles favorited a rather graphic porn tweet, and the Internet lost their collective minds, with #HarryDontLickAnything becoming the number one trending topic on Twitter. Harry eventually noticed the trend and unfavored the tweet, replacing it among his nine favorited tweets with a cute animal. Can’t a boy band superstar appreciate porn without the whole world weighing in?
Doritos has unleashed a Roulette edition bag of chips in Canada. The idea is that most of the bag is normal chips, but 3-4 in the bag are stunningly, amazingly hot, and you don’t know which is which. People have been filming their reactions and taking over YouTube. Personally, I like to know what I’m putting in my mouth. »
- Ed Kennedy
It's been 18 months since Lance Armstrong's poorly received TV confession to Oprah of his repeated doping, lying and bullying of adversaries over the course of his epic cycling career. In the latest issue of Esquire, John H. Richardson checks in with the disgraced athlete and cancer survivor for a lengthy interview. The piece, titled "Lance Armstrong in Purgatory: The Afterlife" reveals a downsized but still defiant Armstrong ego – a man adjusting and still coping with his remarkable fall from the apex of athletics to widespread derision and infamy. Photos Stars Behaving Badly: From Justin Bieber to Reese Witherspoon, Hollywood's Recent
- THR Staff
Author Terry McMillan was in her late 40s when she married 23-year-old Jamaican Jonathan Plummer in 1998. He was even the love interest inspiration for her bestselling novel, How Stella Got her Groove Back. But the two had a very public and very nasty breakup when Plummer told his wife in 2004 that he was gay. What followed was an ugly divorce, several years of public recriminations, a lawsuit and an obvious bitterness emanating from McMillan– bitterness that seemed to extend beyond Plummer and apply to the gay community at large.
Well, it’s nice to see that McMillan has mellowed quite a bit and has let go of a lot of the anger she once carried.
- Aaron Landry
Former "Party of Five" star Scott Wolf has still got it. The actor was named as one of People's Sexiest Men Alive in 2013, and Oprah's Own network talked to him about the honor. In the exclusive new clip at the top of the page, Wolf recalls the piece's photoshoot, which involved being doused in water and having his shirt strategically torn in order to show off his chiseled bod (a process which his wife Kelly describes as, shockingly, "hot"). He's 45, but you'd never know it by those pecs. The episode also features some catching up with tabloid TV icon Geraldo Rivera (his pecs probably aren't as impressive), and the always-entertaining campy, vampy Elvira. The episode airs this Sunday, July 6 at 9 p.m. Et/Pt on Own. Wolf was recently seen in a guest role on NBC's "The Night Shift." »
- Dave Lewis
The weekend of July 4th is a time for doing American things: grilling, watching fireworks, ignoring zoning restrictions and setting off your own fireworks. But shenanigans are tiring, you know? The sun will give you a sunburn. The grill will make your clothes smell like smoke. We at EW much prefer to test our endurance in other ways, mostly by watching TV.
There’s a whole set of marathons on for the weekend, some highly publicized (can you make it through three straight days of The Walking Dead?), some obscure and ready for love (a marathon of the animated Transformers series, »
- Jackson McHenry
We hit up Kiefer Sutherland about several important world issues -- not the least of which being George Clooney getting into politics.And what you're about hear about the epic, though not-yet-real political showdown -- George vs. Oprah -- will totally shock you! Or not. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Fox News reporter Jesse Watters has some explaining to do — at least to single ladies. Watters referred to single women as “Beyoncé Voters” Tuesday and then argued that they are forced to depend on government checks because they're unable to “depend on their husbands.” Watters made the statement after the network's daytime news show “Outnumbered” played a clip from a speech that Hillary Clinton gave Monday at the Aspen Ideas Festival. The speech was extremely critical of the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby ruling and Watters chimed in with an interpretation of his own. Also read: Beyoncé Dethrones Oprah as Most »
- Travis Reilly
Robert Orci open to gay Star Trek character, Utah misses marriage appeal filing deadline, Grindr gets a new look
Bioware has announced details of Dorian from Dragon Age: Inquisition, a powerful mage from a wealthy family he rejected who also happens to be an openly gay character. “Dorian is gay—he is, in fact, the first fully gay character I’ve had the opportunity to write. It added an interesting dimension to his back story, considering he comes from a place where “perfection” is the face that every mage puts on and anything that smacks of deviancy is shameful and meant to be hidden. Dorian’s refusal to play along with that façade is seen as stubborn and pointless by his family, which has contributed to his status as a pariah.” He also kicks ass, can summon the dead to fight for him, and has full control of his magical abilities. »
- Ed Kennedy
Yes, chances are Jennifer Lopez, Lupita Nyong'o and the rest of the celebs we gush over when searching for perfect 4th of July styles aren't ringing in the nation's birthday with a backyard BBQ (unless it's at Oprah's house), but that doesn't mean we can't steal ideas from their summer styles! Whether it's a family gathering for dogs and burgers or a formal float ride in a classic town parade, we've got you covered. And by we, we mean the most fashionable stars around. The "I Luh Ya Papi" singer showcases a cream combo that's as casual as it is cool, the 12 Years a Slave star gives us classic Audrey Hepburn Americana, Emma Stone offers a spin on boho BBQ chic, and Taylor »
Pippa Middleton said the royal wedding was a "simple family" event - People Robin Thicke made another plea for wife Paula Patton - Us Weekly Shia Labeouf tried to fight someone outside a strip club - HuffPost Celebrity Barack and Michelle Obama recall their first date 25 years ago - Et Justin Bieber reportedly fell asleep on a date with Selena Gomez - Gossip Girl Prince Harry danced to Katy Perry's "Firework" - Lainey Gossip Bradley Cooper is incapable of blending into a crowd - BuzzFeed Beyoncé beat out Oprah as the top-earning star of the year - Hollywood Reporter Britney Spears shares an adorable video with her kids - TooFab Will you see Melissa McCarthy's latest? - Rotten Tomatoes See Lena Dunham walk down the aisle - Wonderwall These celebrities have hidden weird body parts - Newser Source: Getty / Neil P. Mockford »
- Alyse Whitney
Need further proof that Chris Rock is one of the greatest stand up comedians of all time? Look no further than his killer Bet Awards opening monologue, in which the "Grown Ups 2" star hilariously expound on such topics as the Solange-Jay Z elevator incident, Donald Sterling's racism, Dr. Dre's $3 billion Beats sale, Oprah's Oscar disappointment and the real reason behind "Scandal's" breakout success. Oh, and this one: "Rick Ross gonna be the first rapper to die of breast cancer." I die. Follow Riot on Twitter »
- Chris Eggertsen
On Sunday's episode of “Oprah's Master Class,” Barbara Walters opens up about her life and career. Among the subjects, the the veteran journalist touches upon include her childhood with her troubled father, her experiences as the first woman to co-anchor NBC's “Today,” and why she left ABC's “The View.” In TheWrap's preview from Walters’ episode, she talks about the double-edged sword of proving herself as a hard news reporter earlier in her career. Also read: Own Orders ‘Flex & Shanice’ to Series “The so called hard news, a woman wouldn't do it,” Walters said in the candid interview ”She couldn't »
- Destiny Jackson
Barbara Walters has learned a lot throughout her 50-plus years as a journalist, and on Sunday's episode of Oprah's Master Class, she's sharing the most significant piece of wisdom she can impart on others.
"The most important thing a journalist or interviewer can do is to listen," she says in the exclusive clip below. "Too often we write questions down and no matter what, we go onto our second question and our third question because that's the way we've written them. We shouldn't. The first question gets asked and the second question should be, why? How come? Tell me more. ... If you don't listen you're not a journalist."
During the hour, Walters, a 12-time Emmy Award winner, shares a rare glimpse into her career, from getting her big break and becoming the first woman to co-anchor Today, to »
- Robyn Ross
People aren’t perfect—and famous people are no exception. Every now and again, an actress will utter an insulting slur. An actor will get caught in a sex scandal. A politician won’t be able to keep it in his pants. Things happen. And yet, as Gary Oldman discovered this week, being in the spotlight means having to ‘fess up about your lesser moments in the court of public opinion. The public mea culpa has become a form of performance art (and not just because Shia Labeouf once tried to turn it into actual performance art).
What’s the »
- Jackson McHenry
The movie star isn't a thing of the past - it's just a changing phenomenon in the face of the web, Ryan writes...
Taken at this year’s Academy Awards, a photograph of a huddled group of Hollywood actors quickly became the most shared image in social media’s short history. In this single shot - taken by Bradley Cooper and posted by Oscars host Ellen DeGeneres, who are surrounded by such familiar faces as Jennifer Lawrence, Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt, we get a glimpse of how the modern movie star has changed in the past 20 years.
The movie star phenomenon began in the early 20th century, when actors such as Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin became famous enough to secure ticket sales by themselves. Hollywood studios initially resisted the rising phenomenon of the movie star with all the strength they could muster; with stardom came a demand for things like higher salaries, »
In this week’s Variety cover story, Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone talk about diving into comedy production with their own company, On the Day. The first project on the list: “Tammy,” which opens Fourth of July weekend, about a Midwestern heroine who takes a road trip with her alcoholic and promiscuous grandmother (Susan Sarandon). McCarthy stars, co-wrote the script, produces the film and even considered co-directing until her TV schedule with CBS’ “Mike and Molly” got in the way. Instead, the director job went to her husband (and frequent comedy collaborator) Falcone, who additionally co-wrote the script with her (on napkins), executive produces and pops up as a grumpy fast food manager in early scenes.
Over a 2.5-hour dinner in Budapest last May, the McCarthy-Falcones gave Variety an exclusive look at their upcoming projects.
(1) “The Memory of Running.” Falcone revealed for the first time that he and McCarthy have »
- Ramin Setoodeh
Watching the first 5 minutes of this - specifically the segment during which he's in conversation with Oprah Winfrey, after he returned from his, shall we say, self-imposed "African exile," as she questions his disappearance, walking away from a $50 million contract, I found myself frustrated with Oprah's line of questioning, especially when she refers to him as crazy, and out of his mind, which was rather reductive, dismissive and unnecessary. You can sense Dave's bewilderment, as he tries to explain exactly just that to her, but seemingly can't quite find the words, if only out of respect for her, and maybe being caught off guard with that line and tone of inquiry. Maybe »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Well, we’re getting into the weird part. Considering that 2006 and 2007 were mere blinks ago, the idea of revisiting these years via VH1′s rose-colored nostalgia goggles is certainly an unsettling one.
But oh, has I Love the 2000s officially gone off the rails since its promising beginning. None of the topics discussed in Friday’s two-parter seemed even remotely worth visiting—is anybody clamoring to discuss Flavor And Rock of Love? In fact, the mere presence of “bacon” and “putting Mentos in Diet Coke” as nostalgic references should signify that they’re really digging deep here to try and »
- Marc Snetiker
Look out, Oscars. Oprah's coming for you. After being shut out last year for Lee Daniels' The Butler, she's returning with a vengeance, and she's armed with even more black history to slap upside your head. It's the story of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Oprah is demanding that you better recognize one of the most pivotal figures in American history. Paramount Pictures has announced that Oprah Winfrey, who is producing Selma, will also be taking a supporting role. The film, which traces Dr. King's fight for voting rights that led to a historical march upon Selma, Alabama, adds Winfrey to a cast that includes David Oyelowo (as King), Tom Wilkinson, Carmen Ejogo and Tim Roth. Winfrey is playing Anne Lee Cooper, a major civil rights leader who fought in Selma for her voting rights. She was known for challenging Sheriff James Clark face-to-face, and decking him »
"He's a sneakerhead with about 200 pairs of Air Jordans. They make up an extraordinarily colorful wall in our apartment," Wilde shared in the July issue (on stands June 17th).
As for Wilde's own odd obsession, the new mom revealed her petite fixation.literally. "Miniature objects, anything tiny: furniture, cameras, trees . all of which you'll find scattered around my home," Wilde said. "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids is everything I could dream of in a film."
The House M.D. actress also opened up about the fashion staple she couldn't live without: blazers. "If you were to peek inside my closet, you'd think I was a newscaster or a politician.I have dozens of blazers," Wilde said. And while she loves to wear the tailored jackets, Wilde is guilty of having eyes bigger than her closet. »
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