Hit the Floor, VH1’s addictive summer sudser centered on the Devil Girls (the dancers for a fictional Los Angeles pro basketball team), has returned for a second season. Here are the eight craziest things that happened in the premiere: READ FULL STORY
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There are many mysteries in this world, from Big Foot to the Bermuda Triangle. But there’s one mystery that’s about to get solved: Which Chmerkovskiy brother needs a bigger hat?
Let me explain. During a photo shoot for People in which Dancing With the Stars‘ Val and Maks Chmerkovskiy wore nothing but Pharrell-inspired hats on their crotches, the brothers also sat down for an interview. “Covering up” with nothing more than a towel/blanket — can you say luckiest interviewer ever? — the Ukrainian sex symbols played a game of “Him or Me.” The questions included things like who works out more, who had more girlfriends growing up, and, of course, who needs the bigger hat. Get it?
Another important note from the video? Maks’ life motto: “When in doubt, take off your shirt.” I’m telling you, guys, this is pure gold.
Watch the nearly naked brothers dance around and chat below: READ FULL STORY
Hollywood is in the business of chemistry. It’s all about casting the right actors, making sure the relationship feels believable, and then crossing your fingers that what you think you see translates to the screen. And then there are reality competitions, where chemistry rarely matters unless your name is Adam Levine or Blake Shelton.
Take Dancing With the Stars, for example. Viewers tune in to watch celebs potentially embarrass themselves on the dance floor with a professional partner they’re probably decent friends with, but we don’t expect much more than that. And then, once in a while, like a unicorn sighting, something magical happens and reality TV makes casting agents’ jobs look easy. Enter Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy. READ FULL STORY
Jessica Alba won’t do nude scenes for one simple reason: “I don’t want my grandparents to see my boobs.”
The Sin City 2 star covers the latest issue of Glamour. In the accompanying interview, she talks about how her kids inspired her to found The Honest Company – which sells toxin-free baby-care essentials — as well as her “no boobs” rule.
In today’s least surprising news, Jennifer Lawrence is the sexiest woman in the world. Duh.
FHM, a British men’s magazine, awarded Lawrence the honor of the number one spot on their annual ‘Sexiest Women’ list, full of other beauties like Sofía Vergara and Emma Roberts. To prove Lawrence’s appeal, FHM included an interactive timeline of the Oscar winner’s charm, so we can review all the great things Lawrence has done — like call her armpit fat an “armpit vagina” and trip (again) at the Oscars. What a woman.
After a painfully long hiatus, Scandal finally returns Thursday night, and to be honest, we’re a little worried. We think you might not be ready for all the sexiness that will be presented to you. Let’s have some real talk: This show is filled with very powerful, very attractive people, and you haven’t seen them since 2013. For example, last we saw of Jake, he was named Command, which means he’s not only in charge, but he’s also in a suit. Can you handle it? (We know Olivia can.)
So in order to properly prepare you for all the eye candy that will be returning to your television screen, we’ve found Scott Foley’s latest shirtless endeavor. As the spokesperson for Charisma’s spring campaign, he’s ready to talk about luxury linens. But more importantly, he’s ready to see how they feel against his bare chest. And the kicker? The hunk of a man claims he never feels sexy. “My wife has told me that I am sexy, and people on Twitter tell me that I’m sexy, so there must be something there, right?” Yeah, we think there’s a little more than something there.
Watch the ad below: READ FULL STORY
Their sport, ski slopestyle, made its Olympic debut in Sochi, so it’s only fitting that we asked Gus Kenworthy, Joss Christensen, and Nick Goepper to compete in our inaugural EW Dating Games. Also working in their favor: 19-year-old bronze medalist Goepper is currently holding his own dating contest on social media; 22-year-old silver medalist Kenworthy did the extremely swoonworthy act of rescuing a family of Sochi strays (he’ll keep puppies Rosa and Gorky, his brother will take puppy Jake, and their mother will have Mama); and soft-spoken 22-year-old gold medalist Christensen, it turns out, is hiding this under all that baggy clothing. (We already knew what Goepper was (six)packing.)
So here’s how it works: Each guy answers five questions revealing his celebrity love guru, the movie he’d have EW watch on our first date, the TV show he’d insist we marathon if we were snowed in together, the song he would use to “set the mood,” and where he’d take us on a dream date. The catch: The other two get to score his answers on a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being the best). The gentleman with the highest total wins. In this case, the prize is acting out his dream date with EW’s Samantha Highfill, who got up at 4:30 a.m. ET to watch their final stream live.
Enjoy the EW Dating Games: Olympic Sweep Edition below. Then watch the full first take of the date.
In the weekend’s least shocking development, Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry locked lips. Crazy, right?! (And by crazy, I mean not crazy at all.)
Cyrus was singing the Bangerz ballad “Adore You” at an L.A. concert when she climbed off the stage and summoned Perry, who was in the front row, to come lean in for a quick peck. Cyrus then backed up and squealed like she was surprised by her own mischief, which, okay, was pretty adorable. And the whole thing was caught on video, because of course it was. But really, did everyone forget that Perry’s first hit was called “I Kissed a Girl“?
If you want to get to know someone’s sense of humor quickly, ask them to name the sexiest song in their collection. In honor of Valentine’s Day, that’s what we did with the actors who’ve recently popped by EW to take our Pop Culture Personalty Test. Watch the video below to see who admits to having a “really, really good” playlist to set the mood, who finds that INXS’ “Need You Tonight” closes the deal, and who thinks Ginuwine’s “Pony” is “hot stuff.”
If you care to wager, interviewees include the cast of Workaholics, Girls‘ Andrew Rannells, The Following‘s Sam Underwood, Fatherhood‘s Hank Azaria, The Walking Dead‘s Emily Kinney, Saturday Night Live‘s Bobby Moynihan, Enlisted‘s Chris Lowell and Geoff Stults, Black Sails‘ Toby Stephens and Luke Arnold, Outlander‘s Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan, Whiplash‘s Miles Teller, The Originals‘ Danielle Campbell, Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland, Arrow‘s Colton Haynes, Being Human‘s Meaghan Rath and Sam Witwer, Downton Abbey‘s Julian Ovenden, and Community‘s Jim Rash and Gillian Jacobs. READ FULL STORY
I have my mother to thank for a lot of things — my hair, my love of purses, my fear of camel crickets, my existence, and most of all, my judgmental qualities when it comes to on-screen kisses. When I was but a teen, I remember sitting on my couch watching Ryan and Marissa’s first kiss on The O.C. I had no idea my mother was standing in the corner of the room until I heard, “OH MY GOD! That is the best kiss EVER!!” Suddenly, I had to rewind the scene to see what the heck she was talking about.
What made one kiss better than another? Well, for one thing, hand placement is key, according to my mother. And it can’t be too over-the-top. You never want a guy to slobber all over you. Okay, so those weren’t her exact words — but by the third viewing of Ryan and Marissa’s Ferris wheel ride, I started to see what she meant. Man, that was a really good kiss, particularly the part when he puts his right hand behind her head. And the way he holds his mouth… in an instant, I was hooked.
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