My overwhelming thought following tonight’s rippling terrain of pricey Super Bowl commercials was that Doritos missed a great cross-promotional opportunity by not joining forces with Calvin Klein. There’s always next year. Below, zip through a bunch of 2013’s most memorable — best AND worst! — Super Bowl ads. READ FULL STORY
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The place: Miami. The time: A few days ago. The girl: Jocelyn, a 17-year-old Belieber who may have gotten more than she bargained for at a meet-and-greet event. The crime: See above. The photo’s been removed from Bieber’s official fan page, but it lives on as Jocelyn’s Twitter avatar, pictured here.
Al Roker gives us our dose of TMI for the day.
In a new interview with Dateline, the Today Show weatherman discusses his gastric bypass surgery — and some of the unfortunate side effects that hit him while reporting at the White House. (Via TMZ.)
“I probably went off and ate something I wasn’t supposed to. And as I’m walking to the press room … I think I got to pass a little gas here. I’m walking by myself, who’s going to know? Only a little extra came out,” he revealed. Watch the video below. READ FULL STORY
Remember back in ye olde early December when controversial author Bret Easton Ellis ripped on Academy Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow for being a “very hot woman” who’s “really overrated”? Well, now Ellis, who would very much like to stay on the national radar in any way possible, has finally seen Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty and issued a formal retraction. (Blogs are formal.) READ FULL STORY
They grow up so fast.
Miley Cyrus got the best of both worlds this weekend, World No. 1 being “a dubstep concert” and World No. 2 being “a strip club.” The 20-year-old former Hannah Montana star performed onstage for the first time in awhile Saturday night, strutting her stuff in a Rihanna-worthy getup that featured over-the-knee python boots, a breast-baring top, and an S&M-style chain that linked her silver belt to her silver necklace.
Her hair is even shorter and buzzed on the sides now, and an exotic dancer clad only in a thong and pasties writhed on a pole as Cyrus sang. Somewhere, Angus T. Jones is clutching his pearls.
Cyrus’s fourth studio album will drop in 2013. May Mickey have mercy on us all.
Professional troll Bret Easton Ellis has grown weary of baiting gay people and defending socialites who make anti-gay remarks. If he wants to keep making headlines — and he does, he really does — he’s going to have to target an even larger swath of the population. Like, say, women.
The controversial author tried this new tactic on his Twitter page last night, lobbing an insult at Academy Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow weeks before her latest film, Zero Dark Thirty, opens in theaters.
Get it? It’s a commentary on… something. And an indication that 25 years later, outrage manufacturer Glenn Beck is still feeling salty about Andres Serrano’s “Piss Christ.” Also: he’s very well-hydrated. Update: Beck’s artwork has been removed from eBay, where he was attempting to auction it off for $25,000; the website said in a letter that it does not allow the sale of bodily waste or references to bodily fluids in listings.
Okay, some background: On Tuesday, Beck got wind of a painting hanging in a community college’s art gallery that depicts President Obama crucified on the presidential seal, wearing a suit, a tie, and a crown of thorns. Though artist Michael D’Antuono originally made the image — called “Truth” — years ago, it hasn’t been displayed until now due to “public outrage,” in Fox News’s words.
On his radio program, Beck said that he actually believes D’Antuono has the right to make and exhibit “Truth,” even though he doesn’t see anything Jesus-like in Obama: “I think it’s offensive,” Beck explained, not at all self-righteously. “I don’t think it’s close to reality, but whatever floats your boat… That document [the Constitution's First Amendment] says I can’t stop him, and the spirit of that document is that I shouldn’t try.”
But considering a guy in Egypt really did name his firstborn “Facebook” — to commemorate the role social media played in 2011’s Egyptian revolution — anything’s possible.
So watch out, celebrities: Normals have seen and raised you in the poker game that is bizarre baby namery. If you want to continue dominating the table, you’ll have to up the ante. Uma Thurman might be able to give you some ideas.
Please do not adjust your computer screen. You are, in fact, seeing a photo that looks an awful lot like a shirtless Chris Brown lying facedown on Rihanna’s bed. How do we know it’s Rihanna’s bed? Because the star posted the photo to Instagram on Saturday, accompanying it with this caption: “Dis n–……. #BartObsessed.” (Note the image of Bart Simpson under the dude’s head.)
Rihanna couldn’t have been paying attention to Brown’s Twitter page this weekend, considering Brown spent a good chunk of time Sunday getting into a vulgar tweetspat with writer/comedian Jenny Johnson. (Johnson, by her own admission, has made a hobby out of poking fun at Brown via Twitter.)
Brown’s side of the exchange isn’t online anymore, since he apparently deleted his Twitter page after the brawl. Still, Johnson’s retweets show the progression of their argument, from instigation to culmination. Warning: This language isn’t really safe for anywhere.
Don’t mind that faint squealing noise you’re hearing — it’s simply the sound of a zillion Twihards discovering that Robert Pattinson’s baseball cap and Kristen Stewart’s right hand have been spotted together once more.
The Twilight Saga stars reportedly reunited a few weeks ago, or possibly much earlier; on Oct. 15, grainy photos of RPattz and KStew cozying up to each other at a bar hit the Internet. This picture — taken as the pair left Prince’s show at Hollywood’s Sayers Club Thursday night — is further evidence that Pattinson has elected not to take Donald Trump’s advice.
When asked for comment, EW Twilightologist Denise Warner gasped, then quickly typed “ASDL;FKJASDFAS;LDKFJ.”
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