Clutch my pearls!
A very skilled creative team has already begun manufacturing the show’s annual controversy.
A documentary about his life would probably be funnier.
Over three installments, the Expendables action series has featured an army of Hollywood’s most iconic tough guys. And as you can imagine, some of these dudes have been notoriously lucky with the ladies.
Her mysterious rituals explained.
We also got Robert De Niro’s rendition of Miley’s ‘Wrecking Ball’ somehow.
Billy Ray cameo or GTFO.
Welcome to the dictionary, twerk. Now get the hell out!
Today is a great day, because it’s the longest possible time until the next VMAs.
You’re better than this, Jeremy Piven. Not by much, but still, you’re better than this.
"American Idol" season 9 episodes have delighted audiences all along. If you can’t wait to get an idea of what will happen in the competition but still don’t want to…
Miley Cyrus will put her name on anything.
Our nation can breathe a collective sigh of relief to know that the Miley Cyrus comedy ‘So Undercover’ will be distributed by The Weinstein Company.
Anthropomorphic feminine wash Jeremy Piven has signed on to So Undercover, a not-at-all-gritty Miley Cyrus vehicle.
Normally we don’t cover gossipy stuff, but I couldn’t resist posting Miley Cyrus doing bong rips and getting eeeeeeeeeff’d up.
The unfairly hot Ashley Greene and The Punisher Thomas Jane are in talks to join the Miley Cyrus film 'LOL'. Yes, we've come to the point where movies are being named after text message abbreviations. According to THR, "the story centers on a teenage girl (Cyrus) who is dumped by her more sexually experienced boyfriend while her divorcee mother (Demi Moore) struggles to move on with her life." Greene will play a high school bad girl, and Jane will be Cyrus' father. One problem. The movie stars Miley Cyrus, which means Disney will have a double padlock chastity belt secured on it. So Ashley Greene is playing a bad girl, but we won't get to see her do anything really bad. Such as seducing Demi Moore into some surprisingly graphic girl-on-girl action. …And now I apply the stand-by ice pack.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe wasn't just an awesome platform to sell toys. It was also a program that delivered good moral values to its young viewers, especially at the end of each episode (not unlike G.I. Joe).
Our scientists scoured the 'nets and assembled a collection of some of these lessons taught to us by He-Man and fellow Eternians… and then we thought about all the celebrities that could stand to learn from them.
Check out these lessons below. You might just learn something, too.