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The Rock in 'Hercules' or Ben Stiller in 'Tropic Thunder': Who wears an animal head best? -- GIF

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When the latest Hercules trailer hit the Web on Tuesday, there was something very familiar about The Rock going head-to-head with a lion and then donning his conquest’s furry head atop his own. It took us right back to one of the best moments of the action comedy Tropic Thunder, when a manic Ben Stiller murders a wild beast in the dark jungle only to discover in the light of day that his furious foe was a sweet, cuddly panda bear. The actor-turned-survivalist then wears the panda’s head like some kind of ursine ushanka.

The Rock’s divine Greek hero is a little more intimidating than Ben Stiller’s Tugg Speedman, but there’s no doubt they can both rock a furry hat. In the spirit of a celebrity gossip mag, however, we have to ask: READ FULL STORY

Joan Rivers in hot water for Heidi Klum Holocaust joke

When viewers tune in to Fashion Police’s Oscar wrap-up on E! they’re probably expecting cutting remarks, but Joan Rivers – no stranger to controversy – went a bit further than that with some not-so-innocent jokes about Heidi Klum’s Oscar outfit.

Speaking about Klum’s showstopping gold dress with a seriously plunging neckline, Rivers remarked Monday, “The last time a German looked this hot was when they were pushing Jews into the ovens.” Yikes.

This made a lot of people quite upset, namely the Anti-Defamation League, who posted on their website: “Of all people, Joan Rivers should know better.  This remark is so vulgar and offensive to Jews and Holocaust survivors, and indeed to all Americans, that we cannot believe it made it to the airwaves.  Making it worse, not one of her co-hosts made any effort to respond or to condemn this hideous statement, leaving it hanging out there and giving it added legitimacy through their silence.  Almost as bad as her original comment is the fact that she sat there doubled over with laughter after saying it.” READ FULL STORY

Grammys 2013: The night's most 'What Memo?' outfits

So, now that the 55th Annual Grammys have officially ended, it’s time to ask the most important question of the night: Were all of the televised buttocks and female breasts adequately covered?

This year, CBS issued a memo outlining their preferred list of dos and dont’s regarding Grammy outfits. In addition to banning inadequately covered buns and boobs, the pearls-clutching network also advised against such scandalous sartorial cues as “thong type costumes,” “bare fleshy under curves of the buttocks and buttock crack,” “female breast nipples,” and other similarly steamy phrases.

And, of course, the Grammy guests didn’t listen to any of that noise. Below, check out our list of stars who dared to bare at this year’s Grammys: READ FULL STORY

R2-D2-inspired engagement ring is gorgeous in any galaxy -- VIDEO

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Finally, an engagement ring has been designed that will put Jennifer Aniston’s rock on the back burner.

New Jersey tattoo artist Joe Pagani created an R2-D2-inspired ring for his Star Wars-crazed girlfriend. He commissioned jewelry designer Paul Michael Bieker to create the sapphire and diamond ring and proposed to Emily on Halloween. The force was definitely with Joe: She said yes! READ FULL STORY

Weird Idea Jeans: Glenn Beck protests 'socialist' Levi's by selling 'all-American' dungarees

Not sure what to give your crazy uncle this holiday season? Fret no more: Fearless patriot Glenn Beck has come to your rescue. While James Van Der Beek’s BJ-emblazoned “Beek Jeans” were a joke, Beck’s own denim line is very real — and every pair of pants comes imbued with its maker’s signature arch-conservative message.

As Time explains, Beck was inspired after seeing a Levi’s ad that coupled images of young protesters with a voiceover culled from a Charles Bukowski poem. He excoriated the denim company on his radio show in late September, saying that it was promoting a “European socialist” message — “Just for what? Because you just want to sell, because you want the controversy? I don’t think so. You believe it. You say you want your jeans to be the uniform of progress.”

Beck vowed never again to give a “dime” to Levi’s, a company founded by the American immigrant who invented blue jeans — and this week began selling his own patriotic jeans, which are made in North Carolina and Kentucky.  READ FULL STORY

New Disney villains t-shirts are wicked cool

If you’re like me, you’re a little reluctant to wear your Sleeping Beauty tank outside of the house. Well put that trepidation to rest, PopWatchers, because there’s finally some Disney merch that’s fan-tastic and fabulous.

Walt Disney Pictures held a contest on the t-shirt website Threadless that asked fans to submit their designs depicting classic villains from Disney animated films, Slashfilm reports. The 15 submissions with the most votes made the cut, and let me tell you, they make Ursula and Maleficent look sexy. The tees will be available on the site for a limited time only.

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Disney characters model designer clothes for Barneys holiday campaign

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Your favorite Disney characters are swapping their classic clothes for designer duds. Minnie Mouse, Mickey Mouse, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Snow White, Cruella de Vil, and Princess Tiana will model high fashion threads for Barneys New York’s upcoming holiday campaign. They will strut their stuff as supermodels for a 3-D short film featured in the store’s window displays as part of an extravagant light show. Take that, Lady Gaga!
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Guess Who: Who's behind the bunny mask and teddy bear pants?

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Unless you’ve already seen the new issue of V Magazine, just accept that you’re going to get this wrong. Full-length photo and answer below! READ FULL STORY

Style and Design: Banana Republic's Anna Karenina Collection, Luc Besson's time travel adaptation and more

Following the success of its Mad Men collection, Banana Republic will unveil a new line of clothing inspired by Anna Karenina. [WWD]

She’s the face of Balenciaga’s new women’s fragrance, but Kristen Stewart admits she was nervous to take a whiff of the scent. [People Stylewatch]

Luc Besson is set to direct a big-screen adaptation of Valerian, a time-travel comic created by the Fifth Element concept artist. [io9]

And the Oscar for best hair goes to… The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences officially recognizes hairstylists with the Best Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling category. [Vanity Fair]

Costume drama Downton Abbey has sparked an increase in online searches for vintage clothing. [The Hollywood Reporter]

They’re not just for Beyonce’s stage costumes! Designer Eyal Bernstein exhibits furniture based on the shape of Swarovski’s Chaton-cut crystals at Design Miami/Basel. [T Magazine]

Movie and a manicure? Nail polish inspired by 'The Amazing Spider-Man'

 The Amazing Spider-Man doesn’t swing into theaters until July 3rd, but  a line of nail polish inspired by the superhero franchise is now available at a salon near you.

While much of the merchandise tied to the summer flick will appeal to a male demographic, Sony Pictures commissioned OPI to create a Spidey-themed nail polish collection in an effort to attract female moviegoers. The limited-edition line includes colors like “Your Web or Mine?” red, “Just Spotted the Lizard” metallic green, and “Call Me Gwen-Ever” coral, as well as a new shade of the beauty brand’s patented shatter polish.

This isn’t the first attempt to get women lacquered up before they head to the movies. OPI has previously released polishes timed to the release of The Muppets and Alice in Wonderland, while earlier this year shopping network HSN packaged two of Hollywood manicurist Deborah Lippmann’s most popular nail shades into its Snow White and the Huntsman fashion collection.

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