I’ve been a huge fan of the kids who re-enact our favorite guilty pleasure reality shows since I saw them take on The Hills. Then they outdid themselves with The Real Housewives of New Jersey. But, thankfully, they’re back, and this time around, they found a more creative over-the-top show to lampoon. Just in time for the Project Runway finale, the kids have taken a stab at the fashion-forward Lifetime series, and they’re playing with all its major stereotypes: the foreign designer with a drawn-on swirly mustache, the ruthless competitor, the over-emotional one, Tim Gunn being vastly unsatisfied with the work ten minutes before the runway, Michael Kors’ point-perfect insults (little Michael Kors is my favorite part of this video), Heidi Klum’s perfect side bangs, an air double kiss that’s done over a foot away from the other person! These kids do indeed make it work. (See the video embedded after the jump.) READ FULL STORY »
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fiery blog post addressed to X17, Nicole Richie called the website “irresponsible and repulsive” for routinely sending photographers to sit outside of her daughter Harlow’s preschool. She elaborated: “Here’s a better visual: Pulling up to school and seeing grown men slouched in black windowed cars outside of a preschool, all day. I’m not even there, so you cannot say you are following me as you always do. You are stalking the children. Now how do you feel?”When will when the paparazzi learn that you don’t mess with a mama and her cub? In a
I’m not a parent, PopWatchers, but I am a human being. And this is pretty sickening. I think it’s about time for Heather Chandler (Sarah’s high school nemesis on Chuck) to pay these photographers a visit, no?
In all seriousness, last month, California passed a new anti-paparazzi law that implemented harsher penalties against celebrity photographers who break traffic laws while working. At the time, Sean Burke of the Paparazzi Reform Initiative told the L.A. Times that the laws were “specifically targeted to increase public safety.” But what about the tiniest public — kids? What do you think should be done?
It’s worth noting that Richie concluded her blog post with, “Consider this a warning.” Paps, see video below. READ FULL STORY »
Bieber army, the wait is over! Today you can finally get your hands on Justin Bieber’s autobiography First Step 2 Forever: My Story. (See Tanner Stransky’s summary of the book over on EW’s Shelf Life blog.) Naysayers may point out that The Biebz is just 16 and argue that he hasn’t lived enough life to merit an autobiography, and that may be true, but I imagine that Bieber’s life at 16 was more interesting than my life at 16 (he’s had hit records and has toured the world, I was in suburban high school), so it has to be somewhat of a page turner, right?
In honor of Bieber’s foray into book publishing, Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O of Jackass and Danny McBride of Eastbound & Down lent their comedic talents to dramatic readings of Bieber’s memoir. (See video embedded after the jump.) The Jackass guys took on a tale many fans of Bieber might be curious to learn more about: his first date. And my query as to why he requests so many white t-shirts backstage while on tour has been answered: Bieber spills spaghetti on white t-shirts. READ FULL STORY »
Heidi Klum and Brad Garrett to host rival 'Kids Say the Darndest Things'-esque series: Who's the better host?
With the fall TV season well underway, I never stopped to think that perhaps we were missing something in the real-kids-saying-funny-things department. But apparently both Heidi Klum and Brad Garrett did, as each announced this week that they’d take on separate series in the vein of Kids Say the Darndest Things, a feature on Art Linkletter’s House Party from 1952-69 that Bill Cosby revived in 1998.
Klum, a mother-of-four who will also serve as co-producer of Lifetime‘s tentatively titled, Seriously Funny Kids, has in her favor the paparazzi-proven fact that she can get down with the little ones, not to mention the fact that “auf Wiedersehen” will probably elicit a giggle or two. READ FULL STORY »
She can act. She can sing. What’s next? A line of handbags? Little Miss Sunshine star Abigail Breslin took to the stage last week at the Toronto Film Festival to debut a song from her indie flick Janie Jones. ”Not that I think I’m a great singer or anything, but I do like to sing,” Breslin told EW earlier this month. ”I’ve never really done it before — I’ve only really sung at my church Christmas party.” (Watch video of her performance here.)
Following her musical debut, Breslin told SPIN she had no intentions of pursuing an album at this time, but might someday. Oh, and she’s quite the jokester. When asked if she had Bieber fever she responded with this quip: “No, no. I just went to the doctor and they said I was very healthy.”
What do you think of Breslin’s voice? The 14-year-old is growing up fast. Should she further explore music or just stick to acting? Sound off below.
Forget about the boy. Let’s hear it for the girl! Pixar has named its first female director, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Brenda Chapman will direct and write the animated film Brave, due out in June 2012. The story follows Merida, a tomboyish royal with a love of archery. (Sounds like we got ourselves a rival for Robin Hood?) After a fight with her mom, Merida makes a decision with some major repercussions for her father’s kingdom. Reese Witherspoon, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, and Julie Walters are all expected to provide voices for the film.
So congrats to Chapman for nabbing this milestone role. Based on the little information I have about the movie, it looks like it could be a good one. But I’m admittedly a sucker for Pixar films. What do you think, PopWatchers? Will you be looking out for the trailer or passing on Brave?
True Blood seems like an odd pairing with a show that targets preschoolers (and just bowed to pressure from parents who didn’t want their children exposed to Katy Perry’s cleavage), but this Sesame Street parody of the TV-MA HBO series is rated G for everybody. No felt cleavage or nudity (translation: no Jason Stackhouse, sorry). Just a grouch with some stubble who wants true mud and doesn’t understand why a lesson in rhyming makes his waitress hard of hearing. Watch it below. READ FULL STORY »
'Sesame Street' still the coolest show on TV: Katy Perry, Jason Bateman, Kara DioGuardi among the new season's celebrity guests
If you remain unsure about whether ubiquitous singer Katy Perry is annoying with her Betty Boop eyes and whip cream-shooting bikini or actually a pure pop delight, take a look at her cameo appearance on the new season (the 41st! debuting Sept. 27!) of Sesame Street. She may in fact be the most adorable creature alive: READ FULL STORY »
Remember how awesome the Inception trailer was? Then remember when everyone decided they needed to make their own spoof version? (Dora’s Incepcion, anyone?) Everyone wanted in on summer’s blockbuster hit. The people over at MakerBaker (they make and bake things, hence the name) are a little late to the game, but I think it was well worth the wait.
They decided to reenact the trailer using things they found around the house. I have to say they do a pretty good job. For a refresher, take a look at the original Inception trailer here. Then, watch the MakerBaker’s version after the jump. READ FULL STORY »
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