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Mayim Bialik Voices Her Issue With Ariana Grande’s Sexy Billboard Ad

September 15th, 2014 1:24pm EDT
Mayim Bialik Voices Her Issue With Ariana Grande’s Sexy Billboar
“Big Bang Theory” star Mayim Bialik just isn’t a fan of Ariana Grande.

The girl who personified eclectic and cool during her run in the 1980's hit "Blossom" has found offense to a billboard featuring the singer in a scantily clad outfit and stiletto heels, promoting her new CD, "My Everything."

Bialik, who practices Orthodox Judiasm, took to her blog to criticize a billboard she saw featuring Grande, and within it, she mentioned that she has no idea who the pop singer is.

“There is one for Ariana Grande, and I will go ahead and admit I have no idea who she is or what she does. Based on t...
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'Ray Donovan' Season 2, Episode 10: The Great Weed Money Caper

September 15th, 2014 10:34am EDT
'Ray Donovan' Season 2, Episode 10: The Great Weed Money Caper
Listen, it's no secret that the peanut gallery of "Ray Donovan" are not pleasant people. They're in a crime drama- thus, they must be criminals. Or those complacent to the actions of criminals.

So for the most part (other than Shorty- sweet, beautiful Shorty), we're looking at a group of "bad" people.

But "bad" doesn't necessarily mean "mentally unhinged." At least, it didn't until last night's episode of "Ray Donovan," entitled "Volcheck."

The hour had a very distinct structure. "Here is the cast of 'Ray Donovan,'" the episode explained to us. "Now watch as each one of them slowly loses...
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Master Of Sex: Best Moments From 'Below The Belt'

September 15th, 2014 9:55am EDT
Master Of Sex: Best Moments From 'Below The Belt'
“Below the Belt” was not one of Masters of Sex’s best episodes. It highlighted many of the problems with this very uneven season. Every individual episode is brilliantly written, with witty dialogue and subversive plotting. However, the season as a whole is brimming with issues. Many of the plots and characters have gone so off track, including Libby going from bored housewife to demonic racist to her old self again with no explanation and Betty’s domestic problems with the pretzel king.

Yet, as with every episode, there are plenty of amazing moments in “Below the Belt.” Here are a few of ...
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'The Real Housewives Of New Jersey' Season 6 Ep 9 Recap: There Will Be Bloodwork

September 15th, 2014 9:46am EDT
'The Real Housewives Of New Jersey' Season 6 Ep 9 Recap: There W
Cancer, colonoscopies and conspicuous consumption. This was the least entertaining episode of this show I have ever watched and would have stopped watching immediately if it were not my job to recap. It just could not end fast enough.

If you recall from last week, the NJ ladies are preparing for a Florida trip, mainly to get Teresa Guidice out of her element (where plea deals and jail sentences swirl around her), but also for the women to discuss plans for Dina’s charity event.

By the end of the hour, both Teresa G. and Amber have begged out of the vacation.

The lives of Teresa and Joe G...
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'Big Brother' 2014 Episode 36 Recap: Jury Fury

September 15th, 2014 9:08am EDT
'Big Brother' 2014 Episode 36 Recap: Jury Fury
On the last episode of Big Brother 2014, a BB Rewind completely restarted last week's game. This means that the Head of Household, Veto Competition and Ceremony, and Nominations were completely invalid from the previous week on Big Brother 16. Now the houseguests must do everything again, but better.

Trust Me

Caleb Reynolds wins the "Seed Saw" competition redo. Frankie Grande mentions how he trusts Caleb, but knows not to feel safe about his game life this week. This is a good sentiment because Caleb, Cody Calafiore, and Derrick Levasseur celebrate Caleb's win because they believe it se...
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'The Strain' Season 1 Episode 10 Recap: Take my (Undead) Wife, Please

September 15th, 2014 8:51am EDT
'The Strain' Season 1 Episode 10 Recap: Take my (Undead) Wife, P
This was an unfortunate week (day, really, even though to us at home it feels week-ish) for Ephraim Goodweather.

All the guy wants is to reunite with his ex- he already hacked the head off her new man with the blade of a shovel, so that's the perfect opportunity to make a move. But as "Loved Ones" proves, vampires that specifically go after the ones they are just terrible news for everyone.

Last week's episode teased a great quest for Kelly's life, and this week doesn't disappoint. Except that we get about twenty minutes into this grand quest and Kelly jams a blender blade into Matt's ch...
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'Dancing With The Stars': 7 Biggest Scandals On The Ballroom Floor

September 14th, 2014 6:00pm EDT
'Dancing With The Stars': 7 Biggest Scandals On The Ballroom Flo
Hitting its stride after 19 seasons, "Dancing with the Stars" has been known for introducing the world of ballroom dancing to the nation. What once was a staid competitive circle of rhinestones and high heels (for both men and women) has become a worldwide phenomenon and the dancers themselves as famous as their celebrity counterparts. Still, there are dark secrets that lie behind the curtains of the ballroom floor and some of them promise to floor even the most hardened "DWTS" fans!

1. Maksim Chmerkoviskiy's Many Affairs

The real and rumored list of who former male pro Maksim Chmerkovi...
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Our Favorite Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon Moments

September 13th, 2014 7:00pm EDT
Our Favorite Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon Moments
While most people who watched this week's announcement by Apple of the new iPhone 6 are talking about the new device's bigger screen size and other tech specs, we here at Starpulse were most entertained by a couple of ads the Cupertino-based company unveiled during the presentation. After the first ad, featuring two people humming the theme to 2001: A Space Odyssey while holding the new phones was played, Apple CEO Tim Cook asked the crowd if they who knew who the off-camera singers were. Cracking a big smile on his face, he said "Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon!"

The unexpected celeb...
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SNL Names Michael Che First African-American 'Weekend Update' Anchor

September 12th, 2014 3:03pm EDT
SNL Names Michael Che First African-American 'Weekend Update' An
In yet another groundbreaking move for the struggling Saturday night mainstay, "SNL" has named it's first African-American Weekend Update Anchor, comedian Michael Che. Che will replace Cecily Strong, who will continue to remain on the sketch comedy series.

Che is the third person to helm the anchor desk since the departure of Seth Meyers earlier this year. Meyers went on to host "The Late Show with Seth Meyers." Meyers introduced Strong to much fanfare at the beginning of season 39, in the hopes of making the transition easier for viewers. Strong never caught on as "WU" anchor. She was lat...
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Catalina Sandino Moreno Is 'At The Devil's Door' In New Horror Film

September 12th, 2014 2:02pm EDT
Catalina Sandino Moreno Is 'At The Devil's Door' In New Horror F
Horror movie enthusiasts can get your scares this weekend from At The Devil's Door, the new IFC Films release starring Academy Award nominee Catalina Sandino Moreno as a New York real estate agent who gets more than she bargained for with her latest listing. We connected with Catalina earlier this week to talk about her venture into the horror genre.

"It's always fun and interesting to do different things," she told us, "and I think I get scared by every single scary movie out there. So it was a big challenge for me to try to make a scary movie scary, and try to believe that there was some...
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