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Stars Pay Tribute To Comic Legend Leslie Nielsen

November 29th, 2010 9:02am EST
Leslie Nielsen
Stars including Russell Brand, Slash, Josh Groban and Nia Vardalos have led tributes to late comedy legend Leslie Nielsen, who died on Sunday.

The Naked Gun star passed away in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 12 days after he was admitted to the hospital suffering from pneumonia. Nielsen's death has sent shockwaves through Hollywood and a number of stars have come out on Twitter.com to honor the late actor and his comedy legacy, with many citing the famous catchphrase from his 1980 movie Airplane!, "I am serious, and don't call me Shirley".

Fellow funnyman Brand paid tribute to Nielsen in a ...
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Teri Hatcher Launches Talk Show On Her Website

May 24th, 2010 10:30am EDT
Teri Hatcher
Desperate Housewives star Teri Hatcher has launched a career as an online chat show host.

The actress is the brains behind GetHatched.com, a new site which features lifestyle tips and interviews with her celebrity pals. And the week-old women-friendly venture already has a fan base among men.

Hatcher explains, "It's that same thing as, like, a Sex & The City or Desperate Housewives, that men think if they get inside the woman's world, they can get information that they need - and I actually think they do need."

The actress insists she's the perfect person to run the site: "I've had a...
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Slutty Halloween Costumes

October 31st, 2009 8:00am EDT
Slutty Halloween Costumes
Strumpets, skanks, harlots, trollops oh my! It’s Halloween and everyone’s favorite holiday to dress up in their favorite skimpy, sexy and provocative outfits. Slutty Halloween costumes allow girls to be daring in a time of year when anything goes.

Sexy French maids, nurses, slave girls, super heroines, slutty brides, Playboy bunnies, hookers, vampiress and naughty female cops are among the classic outfits women put on to drive men's imagination wild and live out their fantasies.

Here’s a slideshow of what celebrities and "celebrities" have worn in the past:

Juliette Lewis

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'Spin City': The Complete First Season Now On DVD

November 4th, 2008 6:00pm EST
Spin City
Step inside the inner sanctum of one of the most sharp-witted and funniest political machines ever. Meet Deputy Mayor Mike Flaherty and the quirky City Hall staff members from Spin City as they expertly spin their gaffe-prone Mayor Randall Winston and the City out of daily near-misses. >From dealing with the Mayor's problematic wife to catching a nudist roaming inside the City Hall to losing a deceased police dog just hours before the wake, this idiosyncratic office family goes the distance in this popular ensemble television comedy.

The critically acclaimed and award-winning televisio...
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'Dancing With The Stars': Dull Dancing, An Injury & More

April 29th, 2008 10:01am EDT
Dancing With The Stars
Sniff, Marlee is gone. No really I'm ok, I swear. Well, six couples remain on "Dancing With The Stars." Kristy has it in the bag still, but things can change. Last night each couple had two dances that were judged by the terrible trio of judges. Will this week seal the fate of the weaker competitors (I'm looking at you Marissa) or will everything change? Tom and Samantha prepped us, and we're ready to go. Quick note, I'm preserving my sanity by listing both dances together, otherwise this would be a mess to read.

Marissa and Tony

We're reminded that last week Marissa had her best sco...
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'Dancing With the Stars': The Final 7

April 22nd, 2008 8:49am EDT
Shannon Elizabeth
This week on "Dancing With The Stars" there is the usual introduction fluff. Each couple has their own dance and some sort of country dance so let's not waste time and jump right in then, shall we? Oh, and Samantha is looking beautiful as usual.

Jason and Edyta- The cha cha

We've got Jason near the top of the dancing heap, and this week Edyta takes Jason to hip-hop school where I wanted to go for summer camp but alas, space camp was where I ended up. Jason is set to show Len he can dance. Starting with a jump off the stairs Jason has embraced his dancing destiny and is keeping up wit...
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'Dancing With The Stars': If Anyone Can Beat Kristi, It's Jason

April 15th, 2008 9:25am EDT
Kristi Yamaguchi
Adam Carolla is gone and Julianne is breathing a sigh of relief to finally be done on "Dancing With The Stars." This week we'll be watching the samba and the rumba, with Samantha Harris trying her best to not seem disappointed that her career has taken her here. Hang in there Sam!

Mario and Karina- Samba

Karina seems defeated, and Mario needs an ego boost. They go to meet Stevie Wonder, since his being blind might help Mario do well...it works for Marlee. Will his newfound confidence drive him to the top? Well, so far the promise of this being the sexiest night of dancing has been a ...
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'Dancing With The Stars' Week 4: Adam Carolla To Be Sent Packing?

April 8th, 2008 9:27am EDT
Dancing With The Stars
Dancing With The Stars hosts Tom Bergeron and Samantha Harris are back to try my patience while nine couples get to dance their way into my heart with the paso doble and the waltz! Shall we begin? Wait. Before we begin, did you know Samantha Harris has a journalism degree from Northwestern where she graduated with honors? So join me in starting a new movement to actually be nice to Samantha. Ok, now we can begin.

Kristi and Mark- Paso doble

Kristi has learned to open up, probably to get three 10s. Will she show passion? They are both incredibly sexy together, so if they can communica...
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'Dancing With The Stars': Week 3

April 1st, 2008 11:29am EDT
Marlee Matlin
We're down to the final 10. Buckle up, we've got an hour and a half of this!

Marlee and Fabian - Jive

She has a Hallmark movie on CBS in a few weeks, and I bet she plays a deaf woman. Marlee looks extra hot tonight, though, and the dancing is fantastic. She is in league with Kristy as one of the best dancers on the show. I'm predicting she'll be in the final three. Len says she never ceases to amaze him, Bruno is not as enthusiastic, and Carrie Ann is starting to get nitpicky, telling Marlee to be careful with her hands.

My Score- 8

Carrie Ann- 7

Len- 7

Bruno- 7

Total...
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The First Two Couples Eliminated From 'Dancing With The Stars'

March 26th, 2008 9:23am EDT
Dancing With The Stars
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Magician Penn Jillette and tennis champ Monica Seles were the first stars eliminated from the sixth season of ABC's ''Dancing With the Stars.'' Each came into Tuesday's results show in last place.

Jillette, 53, added a dash of magic to his quickstep, but his footwork failed to impress the judges. Despite his dismissal, the magician insisted that he and his professional partner would continue to rehearse daily and planned to perform in the parking lot. ''There's no way my dance career ends now,'' he said.

Before her name was announced, Seles said being the first ...
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'Dancing With The Stars': Music Ranges From Annoying To Jam-A-Pen-In-My-Ears Terrible

March 25th, 2008 9:05am EDT
Mario
Here we are, week number two of 39. I'm going to be glossing over all the filler because honestly nobody wants to sit through it, so why give them the satisfaction of writing about it? So here is week two, written as I watch it.

Steve Guttenberg and Anna - Mambo

Anna brought her mom to rehearsals, and it was only slightly awkward to learn her mom is as old as Steve. She gave Steve some great advice though about enjoying the dance. Let's see if he can translate that to his dancing. First off, the music they pick for these dances ranges from mildly annoying to jam-a-pen-in-my-ears horr...
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'Dancing with the Stars' Premiere Part 2: Ladies Night

March 19th, 2008 9:18am EDT
Dancing With The Stars competitor Shannon Elizabeth
On Tuesday's episode of "Dancing With The Stars" they started out by reintroducing the competitors, for the three of you who didn't watch Monday night. At least we didn't have to sit through another random dancing scene, but I was left wondering what they're going to do to fill time - clips from Monday night, of course.

I noticed Steve Guttenberg got 666, creepy. Since I have the mutant power to remember what happened Monday night I started to zone out a bit. Len was in a good mood the night before, but apparently he was grumpy on Tuesday. Good thing he is professional enough to let u...
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Team Bruno Is Victorious On 'Dance War' Finale

February 19th, 2008 9:21am EST
Carrie Ann
At one point during the "Dance War" finale, I raised my hands to the heavens and yelled, "Enough!" If I'd known that I'd have to watch 75 minutes of Bruno and Carrie Ann talk about things I'd already seen, I would have just switched over to Tyra Banks's stronghold on MTV and watched another episode of "America's Next Top Model." That was not in the stars, however, and it was two full hours of fluff filler, montages, sub par performances, and Carrie Ann and Bruno overload for this intrepid "Dance War" reviewer.

"Dance War" crowned its winning team, but it wasn't an easy jaunt to the...
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What to Watch: What's Airing, Re-Airing & Entertaining On TV This Week:

January 21st, 2008 8:55am EST
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Monday, Jan. 21

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (FOX, 9 p.m.) - John and Cameron try to fit in at high school. Hopefully, there's no robotic substitute teacher this time.

Medium (NBC, 10 p.m.) - Rocket scientist Joe, TV's brainiest husband, is interviewing with an employer who has a missing daughter. Luckily, Joe's wife is TV's best psychic.

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (Travel, 10 p.m.) - His book Kitchen Confidential inspired the short-lived FOX series of the same name. In this week's No Reservations, Bourdain explores the thriving film scene, natural scenery a...
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Celebrity Birthdays, August 24

August 24th, 2007 3:00am EDT
Rupert Grint
Happy Birthday to "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" actor Rupert Grint (1988), "One Tree Hill" actor Chad Michael Murray (1981), comedian Dave Chappelle (1973), Sepultura guitarist Andreas Kisser (1968), actress Marlee Matlin (1965), "Anchorman" actor David Koechner (1962), talk show host Craig Kilborn (1962), baseball legend Cal Ripken Jr. (1960), "Police Academy" actor Steve Guttenberg (1958), French composer Jean-Michel Jarre (1948), WWE owner Vince McMahon (1945), Traffic drummer Jim Capaldi (1944), Quicksilver Messenger Service bassist John Cipollina (1943; d. 1989), guitarist Maso...
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Celebrity Birthdays, August 24

August 24th, 2006 3:00am EDT
Dave Chappelle
Happy Birthday to "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" actor Rupert Grint (1988), "One Tree Hill" actor Chad Michael Murray (1981), comedian Dave Chappelle (1973), Sepultura guitarist Andreas Kisser (1968), actress Marlee Matlin (1965), "Anchorman" actor David Koechner (1962), talk show host Craig Kilborn (1962), baseball legend Cal Ripken Jr. (1960), "Police Academy" actor Steve Guttenberg (1958), French composer Jean-Michel Jarre (1948), WWE owner Vince McMahon (1945), Traffic drummer Jim Capaldi (1944), Quicksilver Messenger Service bassist John Cipollina (1943; d. 1989), guitarist Maso...
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Cybill Shepherd Joins 'The L Word'

June 7th, 2006 11:27am EDT
The L Word
Showtime's hit dramatic series The L Word, which recently added Oscar winner Marlee Matlin to its cast, welcomes yet another acclaimed actress to the fold for its fourth season -- Cybill Shepherd. Shepherd will portray a married woman with two grown children who suddenly begins questioning her sexuality.

She will appear in 11 episodes, starring as an executive vice chancellor of the fictional California University and boss to Jennifer Beals character Bette Porter. The new season of "The L Word" will premiere in January 2007.
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Marlee Matlin Joins 'The L Word'

April 28th, 2006 3:30pm EDT
Marlee Matlin
ABC News is reporting that Marlee Matlin is joining the cast of The L Word. The series centers on a tight-knit group of very attractive lesbians, all living and working in Los Angeles.

Forty-year-old Matlin will play "a fiery artist who catches the attention of Jennifer Beals' character, Bette Porter," the cable network announced Friday.

A bout of roseola infantum rendered Matlin almost completely deaf at the age of 18 months. Never permitting her affliction to impede her ambitions, Matlin launched her acting career at age 8. She received an Academy Award in 1986 for her role in...
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