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We Are The World: Breaking Down The Great Celebrity Supergroup Charity Singles

May 19th, 2014 5:00pm EDT
We Are The World: Breaking Down The Great Celebrity Supergroup C
Since the mid 80s, there have been several one-off supergroups brought together to raise money for a great cause. While we applaud the efforts of the celebrities involved, we can't help but poke fun at them for being, well, celebrities. Join us as we break down the great celebrity supergroup singles.

USA for Africa - We Are the World

- Disassociated Star: Michael Jackson

- Star Who Doesn't Fit In: Dan Aykroyd

- Star With Barely Any Face Time: John Oates

The momma of them all, predating everything but Band Aid. Still, USA for Africa created all of the themes you see in charity music v...
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Paulina Gretzky: 'Should I Post The Photo That Has My Boobs In It Or The One Where I'm In A Turtleneck?'

November 11th, 2013 8:59pm EST
Paulina Gretzky Maxim December 2013
Paulina Gretzky, daughter of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky is well-known for posting racy images of herself on her Twitter and Instagram pages, and now she's got Maxim magazine taking the pictures.

The sexy aspiring model has taken some harsh criticism over her selfies in the past, which she defends in the new issue.

"Some people gave me such a hard time for posting all these swimsuit pics on Twitter," she says. "I'm sorry; I'm not posting pictures when I'm reading a book."

The 24-year-old, who was engaged to pro-golfer Dustin Johnson back in August, says she just posts stuff spur-of...
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Canadian Celebrities Dazzle At Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

February 13th, 2010 9:42am EST
Donald Sutherland
Canada's brightest stars including Bryan Adams, Nelly Furtado, k.d. Lang and Joni Mitchell teamed up to help launch the Winter Olympics in the country on Friday, putting on a stellar show at the opening ceremony.

The games kicked off with a spectacular show in Vancouver and the ceremony brought together the nation's best-loved musicians to perform at the BC Place stadium.

The event was narrated by legendary actor Donald Sutherland, and opened with a duet by Adams and Furtado, who sang Bang The Drum to the crowd.

Lang, Mitchell and singer Sarah McLachlan also took to the stage durin...
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80s Vs. 90s: Which Decade Was The Best In Entertainment?

September 26th, 2009 10:03am EDT
Madonna
Eighties and Nineties nostalgia are running rampant in pop culture right now. Television networks and film companies are resurrecting TV shows and movies like 90210, Melrose Place, Halloween, and Transformers. This obsession with the 80s and 90s have lead to TV specials and debates about which decade is better. Both provided us with fascinating films to watch, memorable music to listen to, and new forms of entertainment that we still use today. But when it comes to entertainment, which decade was better?

TELEVISION

In the 80s, there were only three major broadcast networks - ABC, NBC,...
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'The Bachelorette' Jillian Harris Talks Love, Religion, Family And Foot Fetish

June 8th, 2009 10:12am EDT
The Bachelorette
Jillian Harris won't give away the ending of this season's "The Bachelorette". You'll just have to keep watching to find out if she'll actually find love. She does promise many exciting ups and downs along the way.

"There's a lot of things that happen for the girls," Harris said. "I know they're going to go, 'Oh my gosh, that is beautiful.' That's exciting, and then there's a lot of times where you guys are gonna think I'm crazy for keeping somebody. There's going to be some times where you guys are sad for me. There are some heart breaking times. I just want to say that I'm really hap...
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Will Michael Phelps Join The List of Bad 'SNL' Athlete Hosts?

September 7th, 2008 9:25am EDT
Saturday Night Live
Michael Phelps is hosting Saturday Night Live on September 13th, joining a long list of sports figures who have hosted the classic sketch comedy show. Some of these performances have unearthed the comic genius in athletes (Peyton Manning) and even sparked some acting careers (The Rock). However, some are cringe-tastic and God-awful. Here are the five worst performances by an athlete hosting the show, in order.

5. Tom Brady (April 16, 2005)

Brady gets a break because some of the skits were hilarious. But they cover topics such as his good looks, him winning three Super Bowls, and ...
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Step Into A Star's Shoes For Charity

May 2nd, 2007 2:02pm EDT
Teri Hatcher
If you've ever wanted to know what it's like to walk a mile in a celebrity's shoes, now's your chance. Piperlime, a fresh online shoe shop from Gap Inc., today announced that it will host an online celebrity shoe auction to benefit its exclusive charitable partner, Soles4Souls.

Piperlime worked with dozens of Hollywood's hottest celebrities to autograph and donate their fabulous footwear for the auction, which can be accessed online at piperlime.com. Bidding begins Thursday, May 3 and concludes on Monday, May 14.

The auction features new and gently-used shoes donated by nearly 30 ...
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Celebrity Birthdays, January 26

January 26th, 2007 3:00am EST
Eddie Van Halen
Happy Birthday to NBA star Vince Carter (1977), Wham! half Andrew Ridgeley (1963), Canadian hockey legend Wayne Gretzky (1961), comedienne Ellen DeGeneres (1958), soul singer Anita Baker (1958), Dutch-born guitarist Eddie Van Halen (1955), film reviewer Gene Siskel (1946; d. 1999), actor Scott Glenn (1941), baseball player/actor Bob Uecker (1935), French director Roger Vadim (1928; d. 2000), "Road to Perdition" star Paul Newman (1925), and American actresses Joan Leslie (1925) and Anne Jeffreys (1923).
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Celebrity Birthdays, January 26

January 26th, 2006 3:00am EST
Eddie Van Halen in Van Halen
Happy Birthday to NBA star Vince Carter (1977), Wham! half Andrew Ridgeley (1963), Canadian hockey legend Wayne Gretzky (1961), comedienne Ellen DeGeneres (1958), soul singer Anita Baker (1958), Dutch-born guitarist Eddie Van Halen (1955), film reviewer Gene Siskel (1946; d. 1999), actor Scott Glenn (1941), baseball player/actor Bob Uecker (1935), French director Roger Vadim (1928; d. 2000), "Road to Perdition" star Paul Newman (1925), and American actresses Joan Leslie (1925) and Anne Jeffreys (1923).
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