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August 30th, 2015 under Hot Links!. [ Comments: none ]


Who is wearing that pasty? – Dlisted

Ten Bond Girls naked – The Nip Slip

Who had a secret baby? – The Blemish

Tori Spelling gives advice on what? – THS

Who desperately needs makeup? – Celebslam

Sarah Palin interviewed Donald Trump – Bustle 

Jennifer Lawrence licking Amy Schumer's feet – Celebitchy

Kim Kardashian looks bigger and dumpier than ever – Reality Tea


RIP Wes Craven
August 30th, 2015 under Obits. [ Comments: none ]

Wes Craven passed away today at the age of 76 from brain cancer according to The Hollywood Reporter. For decades, he made us Scream and not only because he created the Scream franchise. He is also the man who haunted our nightmares with The Nightmare on Elm Street. Before there was Freddy, there was The Last House on the Left, The Hills Have Eyes and Swamp Thing, and afterwards there was The People Under the Stairs, Music of the Heart and My Soul to Take. He is the man who changed horror, and he made it even better. His legacy will last on as long as there are people screaming in the movie theaters and that will be forever. So tonight, dream a little dream with Wes Craven and watch one of his many magnificent films that changed the Ghostface, I mean, face of films forever.


What do mean Justin Bieber is almost likeable again?
August 30th, 2015 under Justin Bieber. [ Comments: none ]

A video posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on

When Justin Bieber was first starting out, he was a good kid. Then he turned 18, and went wild like most kids do. Except he didn’t do it in college, he did it in the public eye. Then when he hit 21, he decided to clean up his act and did a whole I’m sorry tour. On Friday, he released his first single, What Do You Mean?, as the new guy he is now and it isn’t half bad. Tonight, he is going to perform at the VMAs and he had some fun with the photos on top of the chairs of the people who will be sitting in them. He seemed so sweet and innocent, he was like that kid we got to know when he sang Baby Baby. I hope he keeps it up because I like him better this way.
Now, if only we can get Miley Cyrus to change back to the girl we once knew. One former child star at a time.


Find The Missing Evidence tonight!
August 30th, 2015 under Smithsonian Channel. [ Comments: none ]

If you are like me, you love when a tough mystery is finally solved. The Missing Evidence attempts to do just that tonight and every Sunday at 9p for the next 6 weeks on Smithsonian Channel.
Tonight the 6 part docuseries takes on Jack the Ripper and Swedish journalist Christer Holmgren might have finally figured out who the mysterious serial killer is from a newspaper article. When a name shows up as witness by one of the bodies, he might not have been a witness but the murderer. The more Holmgren looks into that person, the more evidence points to him being Jack the Ripper. It only took 127 years, but after tonight’s well structured episode, one of the most infamous murderers might have finally been caught. Tune in to see if you believe that this man is the man that has eluded some of the best detectives for over a century.
Then once you are intrigued as I am with The Missing Evidence, check out the upcoming episode that try to solve other unsolved mysteries like The Nevada Triangle, Big Foot, The Day Marilyn Monroe Dies and The Loch Ness Monster, Sundays at 9p.


It’s complicated with Taylor Swift and Avril Lavigne!
August 30th, 2015 under Avril Lavigne, Taylor Swift. [ Comments: none ]

Avril Lavigne was performing in San Diego and she did a Taylor Swift, as in she invited Taylor Swift on stage with her. Then the two female singers collaborated to sing Complicated, proving that there is nothing complicated between to them.
It also proves that opposites can perform a good duet together. I mean, if you think about it, Taylor’s a little bit Country and Avril is a little bit Rock’n’Roll. Maybe they can sing that Donny and Marie tune together?


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