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Kim Kardashian vs. Justin Bieber: Most voluminous?

Kim Kardashian and Justin Bieber argue internally over who’s the baby and who’s the lady at Saturday’s White House Correspondents Dinner [TweetPhoto]

“I think Justin is adorable, he’s definitely way too young for me but I’d still love to hook him up with my sister.” –Kim Kardashian [Contact Music]

Lunchtime Poll! It is so important that you vote below.

Read more: BREAKING: Kim Kardashian does not enjoy the company of burritos!

Annie on Twitter: @EWAnnieBarrett

'DWTS': Your Hidden Gems of Week 6!

Thank you, DANCMSTRs, for your fabulous Hidden Gem of the Week nominations! After the jump, Vienna’s one-shouldered tribute to 1985, Buzz Aldrin’s impression of The Princess Bride‘s Miracle Max, a guest appearance by a Damages cast member, a lady’s hairstyle that looks like a balloon, and more. Behold this bountiful smattering of Visible Gems! READ FULL STORY

Betty White's 'SNL' promo: She married him!

Maybe I need to get my head out of the most glittery gutter in all the land, but does anyone else think the strapping hunk Betty White “married” in her first Saturday Night Live promo looks exactly like Dancing With the Stars pro Damian Whitewood? Like a blurry-faced, possibly taller version of him? I doubt NBC would stand for the cross-promotion, but I also wouldn’t put it past Betty White to hunt for dust-hungry prey Down Undah. Watch the promo below.  [via Towleroad] READ FULL STORY

'Idol' Aha! Moment: Siobhan Magnus is Cara Lynn

Cara-Lynn-SiobhanImage Credit: Fox; Lacey Terrell/HBOOn Tuesday night’s American Idol, Simon claimed Siobhan Magnus had “lost who you were two or three weeks ago.” I’ve solved the mystery; it’s what I’ve suspected for awhile: Siobhan is Nicki’s daughter Cara Lynn (Cassi Thomson) from Big Love. She’s gone rogue! She’s been messing with us. “Even I can’t pinpoint who or what I am,” said “Siobhan,” impatient to get back to the hotel and sweep her hair into a much smoother bouffant.

Will Cara Lynn put an end to this strange, rebellious phase next week and finally incorporate a billowing Temple Dress into her next Idol look? I would bet more on a modest sleeveless blouse tucked into denim shorts à la Nicki and Bill’s D.C. vacation. Stay tuned.

Read more:
Michael Slezak’s ‘American Idol’ elimination recap
Adam B. Vary’s on-the-scene ‘American Idol’ report

Annie on Twitter: @EWAnnieBarrett

Which celebrity would you want to impersonate your fiancé?

cook-franco-SpencerImage Credit: PRN/PR Photos; Sylvain Gaboury/PR Photos; Bob Charlotte/PR PhotosToday, Fox announced its latest reality show project: The My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiance-esque, My Parents Are Gonna Love You, a series that allows singles to punk their own parents by bringing home a celebrity who purposely acts detestable.

So the main question here is: Which celebrities would you like to be fake-engaged to? I’ve got three choices in mind (and I’m not going completely A-list here, because I have a feeling the George Clooneys of the world have better things to do)… READ FULL STORY

'Family Guy' gives EW an excuse to mention 'The Comeback'

Did Class Holes, the James Woods sitcom not exactly created by Brian Griffin on last night’s Family Guy, remind anyone else of the embarrassingly awful Room and Bored from HBO’s The Comeback? The rounded, goldenrod font of its end credits (à la Full House) was another nice touch of pure evil disguised as fun.

Once I had succumbed to Valerie Cherish mode, I also wondered if the obligatory chimp character in Class Holes could even be a sneaky reference to Val’s former ’80s sitcom, I’m It! Everyone loved that chimp, you know. Remember: Everything on TV in 2010 can somehow relate to a failed HBO series from 2005. You just have to wanna see that!  (Watch Family Guy on Hulu or after the jump; Brian’s sitcom is 17 minutes in.) READ FULL STORY

Sissy Spacek fulfills lifelong fate of playing Rachelle Lefevre's TV mom

sissy-spacekImage Credit: Sylvain Gaboury/PR PhotosWe’re excited that Sissy Spacek has signed on for her first lead television role, even if it’s in a medical procedural for CBS. She’ll play the visionary (provided she cuts her bangs at some point) leader of a mobile team of volunteer doctors and nurses that travels the world helping those most in need. Twilight‘s Rachelle Lefevre, Skeet Ulrich, Amy Smart, Janeane Garofalo (wait, does this take place in the late ’90s?), Michael Beach, and Jay Hernandez are Spacek’s costars, and exec producer John Wells worked on ER and The West Wing, so the project seems promising. I really enjoyed Spacek’s special brand of crazy in this season of Big Love, even though the plot got so convoluted I could often barely figure out the purpose of her Washington lobbyist character other than to wear dark, patterned business suits and pop up at inopportune moments. CBS procedurals are usually not my thing, though, so I’m worried. I’d like this one to have heart, humor, and more of an edge than, say, CSI: Miami. Her character should at least wear cooler Leader Making a Dramatic Difference shades than David Caruso. Do you have high hopes for Spacek’s new series, and are you happy she’s sticking with TV?

Wait, get this: They’re currently filming the pilot in Wilmington, NC. Just like Dawson’s Creek! Forget my questioning tone. Success is certain.

Rod Blagojevich and Donny Osmond do look alike

osmond-BlagojevichImage Credit: Chris Hatcher/PR Photos; Mitch Haaseth/NBCMy favorite Celebrity Apprentice “trend” this season is turning out to be the general air of disgust of Manhattan streetwalkers upon being offered a handshake from former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich. (That’s so gross, by the way — no one should have to swap skin with a stranger just because there’s a camera crew and a whackadoodle in her vicinity.) Anyway, my favorite person on last night’s episode was the woman on the street who mistook Blago for Donny Osmond. His ego deflated into a less imposing hot air balloon for a few seconds when that happened. Honestly, though, he should have been flattered. Rod Blagojevich may be a reality TV star, but Donny Osmond is a reality TV Star, and winner! Plus, the woman could have recognized him as Rod Blagojevich, and that would have been really embarrassing. Wait. Interesting. Discuss.

Annie on Twitter: @EWAnnieBarrett

'The Simpsons': 'Mouse' or 'House'?

Last night’s new episode of The Simpsons featured a House spoof brought to you by Itchy & Scratchy: Mouse, M.D. I love the soothing reprise of Massive Attack’s “Teardrop” as Dr. Mouse abandons very reasonable catpatient-of-the-week solutions like “acid enema” and “go through wallet” in favor of following his own light-bulb instincts. Press play below. There will be violence.

The facial scruff on that mouse is really doing it for me. Anyone else?

Annie on Twitter: @EWAnnieBarrett

'Shrek Forever After': Rumpelstiltskin is totally Ursula the Sea Witch

The first 40 seconds of the new trailer for Shrek Forever After make me want to go home and watch my old VHS of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Shrek wants to be a “real ogre again” like Ariel wanted to be a real human. Rumpelstiltskin’s line, “Why didn’t you say so? Magical transactions are my specialty” is just like Ursula telling Ariel, “My dear sweet child, that’s what I do! It’s what I live for.” Even the lighting in Rumpelstiltskin’s buggy is very “Ursula’s underwater cave.” And he makes Shrek sign something before he’s transported to an alternate version of Far, Far Away where none of his friends recognize him — a predicament almost as cruel as not being able to share your beautiful singing voice with the loyal subjects of Prince Eric.

Forever After, in theaters nationwide May 21 (after it opens the Tribeca Film Festival on April 21), will be the first of Dreamworks’ Shrek franchise to be presented in 3-D. Are you there…with glasses? Or without? Come on, you poor unfortunate soulGo ahead! Make your choice! If you want to see 3-D, my sweet, you’ve got to pay the toll….

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