If you thought those pesky lawsuits were going to keep Reality Steve from providing us with spoilers, you were wrong.
The new season of “The Bachelorette” starts May 27, and Reality Steve has already given an episode-by-episode rundown of the rose ceremonies, include publishing the “final four” on his website in late April. Read More
The film about the Oscar Grant III shooting, “Fruitvale Station,” blew everyone away at Sundance in January, winning both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Prize.
A bidding war was then sparked, and the venerable Weinstein Group won distribution rights. It hits theaters in July, but the trailer has just been released. Read More
Well, it was bound to happen.
The Boston bombings suspect with the smoldering eyes, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, now has a legion of female fans who think he’s a hottie. The New York Post outlined the strange phenomenon that they are dubbing #FreeJahar Mania. (“Jahar” is his nickname.) “Yes I like Justin Bieber and i like Jahar but that has nothing to do with why i support him,” tweets a fan. “I know hes innocent, he is far too beautiful.” Read More
Now that Lindsay Lohan is safely ensconced at the Betty Ford Center rehab clinic, let’s check in on her progress, shall we? The short version: She’s miserable.
Her worst fears reportedly came true when the docs there yanked her Adderall. According to TMZ, LiLo frantically searched for a clinic that would allow her to stay on the ADHD medication, but the professionals at Betty Ford Center determined that she really didn’t need it. Now Lohan is allegedly threatening to leave. Read More
As a kid, Olly Murs heard the adage that only two career paths that could lead a lad out of England: becoming a rock star or a professional soccer player. He was counting on the latter.
“Football was something that I loved massively,” he says of his years playing semi-pro for Whitham Town. “I used to just work 9 to 5 at a job and play football, and it was a non-league team, but I was trying to break into professional. I never had anything else to look forward to, really.”
And then? The accident. And everything turned bleak. Read More
If only someone had made “American Idol” sign a do not resuscitate order! Read More
This probably won’t come as much of a surprise, but TV psychic Sylvia Browne was dead wrong when it came to predicting the fate of Amanda Berry, one of the young women taken captive in Cleveland. Read More
Liam Hemsworth’s brothers staged an “intervention” to get him to dump his fiancee, Miley Cyrus, Us Weekly magazine reports.
If it went anything like the TV show, they told him that they “loved him very much but felt like they were losing him,” right after they showed collages of him in happier days before he shacked up with the half-naked former “Hannah Montana” star. Read More
It’s rare that a bar’s drink menu completely reflects one bartender’s obsession, but that’s the case at Mum’s, the bar and restaurant attached to Japantown’s Hotel Tomo. “I’m crazy for hamsters,” says bartender Mana Yasuda. That sentiment is reflected in the cocktails she creates, which have names such as Hamster on the Beach, Mexican Hamster, Hamster Sundae and Gloomy Hamster. This zaniness fits in perfectly with Tomo’s expression of hotel as pop culture art object. Read More
Imagine it’s 1980. Made famous by the jingle “Riunite on ice, Riunite that’s nice,” lambrusco is everywhere. A fizzy, sweet red wine, it accounts for three of every 10 wines exported to the U.S. While berated by critics, it is consumed en masse in Emilia, Italy, where it is largely made by cooperatives and consumed in discotheques from San Francisco to Ibiza. Read More