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October 30, 2013

Christina Ricci Shows Off Her Wedding Dress

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Christina Ricci tweeted photos of her wedding dress by Givenchy. It’s lovely (though it might be even more lovely if she lost the sleeves…)

Britney Spears shot a Halloween video for BBC Radio 1, and it’s actually pretty cute. This might be the first time she’s actually looked like she’s having fun in…ever.

-The latest issue of Vanity Fair features an interview with Liberty Ross, talking about how her husband’s affair with Kristen Stewart changed her life.

-Speaking of affairs, this blind item has everyone buzzing. The second one sounds a lot like Gwyneth Paltrow. I’m not sure about the first one. Maybe Catherine Zeta-Jones?

Miley Cyrus‘ jack-o-lanterns are NSFW, ’cause she’s a rebel who hates rules yada yada yada…

George Clooney wants to set the record straight when it comes to his love life. He’s insisting he’s single, despite the rumours suggesting otherwise.

-The cast of The Craft had a mini-reunion. This made my heart grow three sizes…

-In his latest batshit interview, Kanye West says he fell for Kim Kardashian when he first saw a photo of her in 2006.

-You know I love me a Hollywood Reporter roundtable! The latest stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Forest Whitaker, Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto, Josh Brolin and Michael B. Jordan.

Kerry Washington has confirmed her pregnancy. (Thankfully, Olivia Pope’s wardrobe consists mostly of belly-hiding coats.)

-Meanwhile, I hope someone GIFs all the crazy expressions she makes in her new SNL promos.

-This is promising: Bret McKenzie‘s developing an animated sitcom for Fox.

-In other TV deal news, Lost’s Daniel Dae Kim just inked a deal with CBS.

Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes are denying divorce rumours.

-My friend Jon interviewed Aziz Ansari, who threw a bit of a tantrum when Jon called him a “pop culture comedian.

Chris Brown’s rehab stint is totally crimping his Halloween style.

-I’ve been really enjoying the randomness of Miranda July‘s We Think Alone project, which is a compilation of celebrity emails based on a different theme each week. It was established pretty early that Kirsten Dunst has been the author of the best ones (though I’m also partial to Lena Dunham’emotional overshares). Now Gawker’s wondering why most of Dunst‘s emails were sent on May 4. What exactly happened to her that day?

Rob Lowe joked that he’s leaving Parks and Rec because “Amy Poehler is a prick.

-That Jonas Brothers interview on today’s Good Morning America was all kinds of uncomfortable to watch.

-Meanwhile, Joe Jonas is calling those rumours that he’s on drugs “ridiculous.

-I still haven’t forgiving Marilyn Manson for his stupidly sexiest comments on last week’s Talking Dead, but his Are You Afraid of the Dark? spoof doesn’t suck.

Geoffrey Rush helped his 13-year-old co-star Sophie Nélisse steal books to get into character while filming The Book Thief.

Meredith Vieria still hasn’t gotten the hang of this whole Twitter thing.

-Girls star Alison Williams played Marry, ***k, Kill with Ryan Gosling and Ben Affleck characters.

-Speaking of choosing fictional characters, I loved this video of the cast of The League holding a fantasy draft for TV female characters.

Ashton Kutcher was named “Product Engineer” for Lenovo. Ugh.

-The only celebrity who seems to be taking his global ambassador role seriously is Drake, who’s really, really serious about the Raptors.

Katy Perry is gushing about John Mayer in the new issue of EW. Dammit. First I get the Frasier cover instead of the X Files one, and now this?!

Jennifer Garner was actually pretty funny on Kimmel last night, talking about how she’s adopted Kanye West‘s hashtag. “I say #NoDisrespectToBenAffleck all the time.”

Tina Knowles says Beyonce has five Halloween costumes picked out for Blue Ivy.

-There’s some pretty intense video of Guy Fieri kicking his crying hairdresser out of a car.

Jon Stewart’s takedown of CNN last night was glorious.

-The second trailer for Wolf of Wall Street has landed. Needs more Leonardo DiCaprio breakdancing.