What kind of 6- and 9-year-olds have never heard of the Partridge Family? Unassuming DEATH METAL SPAWN with serene smiles, colored tights, and apparently the coolest dad ever, that’s who. Here’s the type of act that’s been making it through to Vegas while you haven’t been watching America’s Got Talent. Delight in the dulcet tones of Aaralyn’s original tune, “Zombie Skin.” I can’t wait to hear her debut single, “How I Ate My Brother.”
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Wait — Grandma Kardashian-Jenner was just talking about her newest grandchild, little
Kaidence Donda North West? This interview just got a lot less interesting.
Anyway: Jenner appeared on The View today, where she smiled in spite of Barbara Walters’ barely concealed contempt (“I mean, it’s funny, but do you want your child named North West?”) and explained the significance of the baby’s compass-inspired moniker: “The way [Kim] explained it to me was that North means Highest Power, and she says that North is their highest point together,” she said. “And I thought that was really sweet.” Man, Kim and Kanye’s second kid is going to suffer from one serious inferiority complex.
Check out Jenner’s guest spot — which includes a plug for her two other
reality stars in training grandkids — below.
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Following this morning’s Today show interview cancellation, Paula Deen has released a YouTube video apologizing for her offensive remarks in which she admitted in a sworn deposition to using the n-word, among other racist statements.
The 46-second apology opens with Deen saying, “I want to apologize to everybody for the wrong that I’ve done. I want to learn and grow from this … inappropriate, hurtful language is totally, totally unacceptable.” Despite the short length, the video is oddly shown in multiple takes. UPDATE: The video was taken down, but others users have captured and uploaded. Watch below: READ FULL STORY
America, if you’ve been Keeping up with the Kardashian baby name saga, the speculation game is officially over.
And the answer isn’t Kaidence. (Unfortunately?)
People confirms that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have named their celebspawn … NORTH WEST.
In case you’ve somehow forgotten, this is what Melissa McCarthy’s face looks like. Her eyes are a light bluish green; her face and neck are fairly substantial.
Neither of those things is true, however, in the U.K. poster for The Heat, McCarthy’s upcoming buddy cop comedy with Sandra Bullock. On the left, you’ll see the offending image; for comparison’s sake, we’ve included the American poster on the right. READ FULL STORY
[Warning: Spoilers and angst ahead!]
Have you recovered from last night’s Game of Thrones yet?
It’s all right if the answer is “no.” The last scene of “The Rains of Castamere” may have been the most brutal, shocking, heart-breaking sequence ever made for television — and though they’ve been primed to expect the worst (Ned Stark’s beheading, anyone?), Thrones fans who haven’t read George R. R. Martin’s “Song of Ice and Fire” books are still reeling from its effect.
I ended up putting myself through another episode of one the worst reality shows of all time, because 1) I’m a disgusting masochist in general and 2) more specifically, having temped during the worst summer of my life at a nearly identical company two towns over in Illinois, these dummies felt like family and I had to find out what happened. BARELY ANYTHING! But before I hit “delete series,” here are tonight’s Winners and Losers. READ FULL STORY
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