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Some bad girls produced some very good ratings Tuesday night for Oxygen.
The combo of a “Bad Girls Club” reunion and the series premiere of “Bad Girls All Star Battle” gave the 13-year-old cabler its highest-rated night on record in key demos, according to Nielsen. The programs ranked first and second, respectively, among all Tuesday cable programs in women 18-49 and 18-34, and for the night, Oxygen finished ahead of everything else on cable as well as CBS (with its drama repeats).
The 9 p.m. telecast of “Bad Girls All Star Battle” — featuring 14 of the most memorable girls in “Bad Girls Club” history square off in physical and mental challenges — delivered Oxygen’s highest-rated series premiere to date in total viewers (1.73 million), adults 18-49 (1.05 million) and women 18-49 (814,000). These averages are more than three times what Oxygen had been doing in the time period the prior month. The show, hosted »
- Rick Kissell
And now the return of the 'Ask Nathaniel/Q&A' series wherein you asked me questions and I pick two handfuls to answer.
Disposable project on the line for Emily. Yes, another one.David: Which actresses filmographies are you most disappointed in? I'm thinking in terms of actresses you admire and think are incredibly talented, but, for whatever reason, end up working in subpar films.
Nathaniel: I think the popular answer here is Rachel McAdams but aside from Mean Girls I've never cared too much. The answer that came immediately to mind was Emily Blunt. It’s not that she’s making terrible films per se, it’s just that given how Oscar worthy she was in that plum comic part in Devil Wears Prada seven long years ago, and then how sexy she was in that blink and you’ll miss her bit in Charlie Wilson’s War soon thereafter, »
- NATHANIEL R
While fans of bad behavior may not have a new season of "Bachelor Pad" on ABC to enjoy this summer, Oxygen has the hook-up. Spinning out of their popular "Bad Girls Club" series, it's time to up the "bad" by adding a competition factor. Enter fourteen fan-favorites for "Bad Girls All-Star Battle," along with one bad boy hosting, Ray J.
And while there's actual challenges and competitions -- as well as a $100,000 cash prize at the end of it -- the real battle fans are likely tuning in for is the one between the women. “It’s not [the girls’] fault the game is so low-rent that if it were a housing unit, it would be a cardboard box on the street," said the New York Daily News. "Nor is it their fault that most viewers very likely enjoy the show not for the nominal competition segments, but for the trash-talking in between. »
- Jason Hughes
Rob, now that you and Kristen are broken up, there is no reason for you to stay living with her. You must move out right this second because it’s not fair to her! Experts tell HollywoodLife.com that Kristen won’t be able to heal with you there!
Rob Needs To Move Out Of The House He Shares With Kristen
Rob, you’re either in or you’re out! You guys can’t have it both ways, it will only end in disaster. Even when couples say they want to remain friends, it can’t happen immediately. Especially, since there’s so much love and emotion in your relationship. Your »
- Chloe Melas
"The Bling Ring" features unruly teenagers robbing the homes of A-list celebrities, so it's only appropriate that the movie's soundtrack presents a lineup of A-list musical acts to underscore the glamorous film.
Sofia Coppola's highly anticipated feature, based on a string of true-life robberies that took place in the homes of Los Angeles celebs, premiered Wednesday at the Cannes Film Festival. The music used throughout comprises a fitting ode to wannabe glamor -- Kanye West's "Power," Sleigh Bells' "Crown on the Ground" and 2 Chainz's "Money Machine" are just a few of the tracks that round out the collection. A track from Coppola's husband's band Phoenix also made the soundtrack's shortlist.
Even more fitting is the song selected to close "The Bling Ring": Frank Ocean and Earl Sweatshirt's collaboration "Super Rich Kids." Part of the song's refrain finds Ocean singing, "The maids come around too much »
- Matthew Jacobs
I’m writing my first post here at Cannes while I sit at one of my favorite side-street bistros, digging into a bowl of spaghetti carbonara, which is somehow less fattening than it would be in the U.S., because there are so many less additives in European food. That’s kind of how I feel about Sofia Coppola’s filmmaking: It’s additive-free — a series of simple and direct gazes, purged of the usual syrup and glop, though maybe I should add that it’s deceptively simple, because the way that Coppola now works is to take her refreshingly unhurried, »
- Owen Gleiberman
Ever since Fred Flintstone pretended to be "Rock Roll" on The Flintstones, original songs have increasingly become a staple in animated television. (See: The Simpsons.) The current king of surprisingly catchy, unsurprisingly funny musical moments is Bob's Burgers, where a new song is basically guaranteed each episode. Like the show itself, Bob's Burgers' songs are hilarious, endearingly homespun, and a little bit off. That's why, with the season finale set to air this Sunday, we asked the show's writers to pick their favorite songs from the series. Their choices and insights below. 10. "Bad Girls Theme" (from "Bad Tina," season two) This rocking ode to teenage delinquency includes the line “Bad girls don’t like to go to Dog Prom," a reference to a fictitious series of canine dance movies that has become a running joke both in the show and our personal lives. "Bad Girls" is also the inaugural »
- Writers of Bob's Burgers
If you just paid $5 to add Lobo to your Injustice: Gods Among Us roster, get ready to drop another five bones.
Warner Bros Interactive is adding Batgirl to Injustice’s heroic mix. You’ll have to pay another $5 ($4.99 on Psn and 400 points on Xbox Live Marketplace) for this Bat vixen, boosting the overall retail price of this title – with all characters – to $69.99. Of course, that doesn’t include the Teen Titans (Cyborg, Deathstroke and Raven skins) and Bad Girls skin pack (Harley Quinn, Catwoman and Wonder Woman skins), which would bring the total Srp to $72.99.
Phew. Talk about paying to see a fight.
Watch the Batgirl Trailer
If you didn’t get Injustice on day one, the price has dropped on Amazon.com to $49.99, so you’ll be able to pickup Lobo and Batgirl without breaking the $59.99 threshold.
You can also pickup the Season Pass, which gives you 4 characters “for the price of three. »
- Bags Hooper
I'm sure you haven't missed the numerous reveals over the past few weeks from the Injustice crew over at NetherRealm, but in case you have here's a quick recap. Head over to the downloadable content section (for season pass holders) and give Wolverine Lite Lobo a download.
You'll also see some extra paid content in there, which includes the Teen Titans Skin Pack (featuring old school Cyborg, Deathstroke, and Raven) and the Bad Girls Skin Pack (which includes Classic Harley Quinn, #600 Wonder Woman, and Selina Kyle (unmasked version of her current New52/Darwyn Cooke outfit). Each pack is going for $2.99, and both are available today. The Flashpoint Batman skin is free today (part of a compatibility pack) as well, and if this tweet is any indicator then we might be seeing a man of steel version of Superman sometime in the near future.
So, who's still playing Injustice? Hit me »
- Matthew Mueller
On May 7, the first Dlc pack for WB Games and NetherRealm's incredible DC Comics fighter Injustice: Gods Among Us will be ready to scoop up via the Playstation Network and Xbox Live. The Dlc pack features a new playable character in Lobo, the intergalactic bounty Hunter, as well as two new sets of skins: Bad Girls and Teen Titans.
The skin sets are comprised of three skins each. The Bad Girls pack includes Wonder Woman #600 (her costume from the 600th issue of her comic), Selina Kyle (sans cat hood), and classic Harley Quinn. The Teen Titans pack includes comic book versions of Deathstroke, Cyborg, and Raven.
The skins are not part of the already for sale "season pass" (using the term very loosely, as the developers at NetherRealm and WB games apparently have no idea what Season Pass means) and will sell for $2.99 each, or some ridiculous mathematical formula used »
Of course she took it further! If Amanda’s shirtless Twitter photo shocked you on May 1 then prepare yourself — the wild actress followed that up by posting Several topless pictures. Do you think someone needs to intervene and help Amanda?
Amanda Bynes continues to push the envelope (as well as her breasts together). Late on May 1, the 27-year-old actress showed absolutely no shame, posting a series of topless pictures on Twitter. Earlier in the day, Amanda had tweeted several shirtless photos, showing her massive cleavage in a skimpy bra. Are these racy pics just a case of Amanda flaunting what her momma gave her, or are they a cry for help?
Amanda Bynes Tweets Out Topless Pictures
At least on the surface, Amanda appeared to be just having a good ole time sexing it up in front of her mirror for all of her Twitter followers. “Rawr” she captioned one »
- Andrew Gruttadaro
She’s at it again! Amanda’s latest Twitter-capade involved her showing off some crazy cleavage! Should Amanda have kept this scandalous pic to herself?
Recently, Twitter meltdowns have become a pretty regular thing for Amanda Bynes. In her latest post, the 27-year-old actress shared a very revealing picture of herself — do you think she’s showing way too much?
Amanda Bynes Tweets Shirtless Pic With Massive Cleavage
Along with the shirtless photo, Amanda wrote “About to put on makeup! I weigh 135, I’ve gained weight! I need to be 100 lbs!”
This isn’t the first time Amanda has criticized her own weight publicly. On April 4, the actress revealed on Twitter, ”I have an eating disorder so I have a hard time staying thin.”
Amanda Bynes Needs To See A Psychiatrist
- HL Intern
by Brett White
The "Amazing Spider-Man 2" crew have been busy over the last few days, with their shooting schedule taking them through seemingly corporate boardrooms of vague ownership and out onto the streets of Manhattan (or rather their elaborate recreation, located outside of New York City). Director Marc Webb has been documenting the proceedings via his Twitter feed, at times being augmented by onlookers capturing set videos. You can check out the tweets and photos below, as well as a set video of Spider-Man and Electro's possible first encounter.
Day 56. *tusk tusk* twitter.com/MarcW/status/3…
— Marc Webb (@MarcW) April 27, 2013
Day 57. My, what big teeth you have! twitter.com/MarcW/status/3…
— Marc Webb (@MarcW) April 28, 2013
The two photos above mix a corporate feel with a prehistoric one. Does Norman Osborn have a thing for extinct species? Unless there are plans for Kraven, Spider-Man's big game hunting foe, to make a surprise cameo, »
- Splash Page Team
Yikes! Knowing that Amanda Bynes controls her own finances does leave one with a warm and fuzzy feeling. The former child star demanded access to her earnings, and now she is spending it all hard.
Amanda Bynes is less famous for starring in hit shows like What I Like About You and The Amanda Show these days, and more famous for making bizarre internet videos of herself sucking on a sour patch kid. The actress, 27, earned a considerable fortune over the years, and before she began her current meltdown, she demanded access to all her royalties. Is there any money left?
Amanda Bynes Is Spending All Her Money
“While Amanda was growing up her parents and lawyers controlled all of her money, they put it away in investments so that she would be able to have it when she got older,” a source close to the star told RadarOnline.com. »
- Eleanore Hutch
The sparkly jumpsuit strikes again! This time Jennifer Hudson dazzled in the body-con design at the 28th Annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony on Thursday night in Los Angeles.
The Grammy Award-winning singer was on hand to pay tribute to musical icon Donna Summer, who sadly passed away last May but is one of this year's Hall of Fame inductees.
J Hud paid homage to the Disco Queen's timeless music and sensational style by performing "Bad Girls" and "Last Dance" while decked out in a rhinestoned, one-shouldered catsuit by Pamella Roland and a big curly mane. Donna would be proud!
The 31-year-old singer and Weight Watchers spokeswoman is quite the chameleon, this isn't the first time she has channeled an icon. Last year she donned one of Whitney Houston's famous 80s looks while honoring the fallen star.
Personally we're loving this razzle dazzle look on Jennifer, »
- The Huffington Post
Amanda couldn’t resist posting a ton of new pics of herself on April 17 to her Twitter page and it appears she’s photoshopped herself as different animals … browse through our gallery!
Amanda Bynes never ceases to shock us. The 27-year-old took to Twitter to post several pictures of herself, one as a camel, another as a cat.
Amanda Bynes Posts Animal Photos Of Herself On Twitter
Amanda’s behavior keeps getting more shocking. The former popstar posted a video of herself getting ready on April 15 and now on April 17, she posted a bunch of pics of herself as various animals. Then she also posted “selfies,” which show off her eye makeup, cheek piercings and hair extensions.
This has fans concerned because it’s just the latest in a series of bizarre tweets.
Psychiatrist Believes Amanda Is ‘Psychotic’
HollywoodLife.com spoke with Dr. Carole Lieberman, who does not know Amanda, »
- Chloe Melas
Amanda took to Twitter on April 15 to post a bizarre video of herself getting ready and making strange faces. A top psychiatrist tells HollywoodLife.com that Amanda appears to possibly be suffering from Bipolar disorder.
Amanda Bynes‘ behavior keeps getting increasingly strange. The 27-year-old’s video, is the latest in a series of odd tweets from the former actress. Amanda posted a video of herself on April 15 getting ready in a bathroom and it has many people worried about her.
Amanda Bynes Appears Psychotic Says Psychiatrist
Dr. Carole Lieberman, who has never met Amanda, says that this video is incredibly disturbing because it shows Amanda talking to herself.
“This video is very suggestive of someone who is psychotic,” Dr. Lieberman M.D., psychiatrist and author of Bad Girls: Why Men Love Them & How Good Girls Can Learn Their Secrets says. “Amanda seems to be making faces at, and talking to, »
- Chloe Melas
Feature Juliette Harrisson 16 Apr 2013 - 07:00
In the first of a new series, Juliette makes the case for Buffy the Vampire Slayer's second season being the best of a good bunch...
This feature contains Buffy the Vampire Slayer spoilers.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer ran for seven wonderful years and many viewers thoroughly enjoyed them all. But no show, no matter how great, can keep hitting the same heights over and over again – every show has its highest points, and its lowest.
In Buffy’s case, although seasons one, four, five, and even six and seven have their fans, the competition for which season was the high point of the show is pretty much a straight fight between season two and season three.
The arguments in favour ofseason three are not to be dismissed lightly. Fighting in season three’s corner are two of Buffy’s best antagonists; Faith and the Mayor. »
We’ve been keeping an eye on BBC America‘s new original series Orphan Black since it was first announced as part of their “Supernatural Saturdays” lineup. I’ve now seen the pilot; look for my review here on SciFiMafia.com this Friday. Until then, we have a few bits and pieces of the pilot for you to check out, as well as a clip from star Tatiana Maslany‘s appearance on the premiere of The Nerdist, which follows directly after the premiere of Orphan Black.
First, the opening scene, then the very cool title sequence. The next clip comes just slightly later in the pilot, so don’t worry, you’re not going to be massively spoiled. The final clip of this post, from The Nerdist, features her chatting up Dominic Monaghan about working with green screens, a nice squee for Lost and Lord of the Rings fans.
- Erin Willard
Tags: Lauren CollinsAli LiebertMichelle KrusiecSaving FaceBomb GirlsCanadaAfterEllen March Madness: The Best Lesbian/Bi Character EverIMDb
There's nothing quite as fun as watching our favorite celebrities get as excited as we do about their fictional counterparts. So, when our March Madness: Best Lesbian/Bi Character Ever tournament kicked off on Monday, we were delighted when Ali Liebert, Lauren Collins, and Michelle Krusiec went to bat for the gay ladies they play(ed) on Bomb Girls, Degrassi, and Saving Face.
Photos: George Pimentel and Beck Starr/Getty
Guys. Betty's goin to the semis at least right? @afterellen @bombgirls #afterellenmarchmadness #votebetty afterellen.com/2013/03/vote-n…
— Michael Seater (@michaelseater) March 19, 2013
To which the former Miss Paige Michalchuk replied:
@michaelseater @afterellen of Course I'm up against an L word star. But thanks for the support michael. not.
— Lauren Collins »
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