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Mariah Carey Plays Cinderella at Disneyland Wedding Vow Renewal


Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon renewed their vows at Disneyland and the Vines she released from it are amazing. She tweeted some photos, too. (If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you’ll know that I usually avoid linking to photos/videos that have celebrity children in them, but she obviously has no problem with you seeing dem babies.) She also really wants you to see how it took three assistants to get her into that dress!

Amanda Bynes just tweeted a photo of herself in a bra with the caption “I weigh 135, I’ve gained weight! I need to be 100 lbs!” Sigh.

Kevin Spacey is giving Kelly Clarkson a run for her money as Hollywood’s best photobomber.

Courteney Cox‘s face in these pictures is making my soul ache.

-I wish the Breaking Bad Lego video game was really a thing.

-This is how few f*cks James Franco gives about those gay rumours. He posted a photo of his S&M-themed birthday cake, which he followed up with a photo of him in a suit captioned “same sex marriage.” (I think he just messing with us, bt dubs. He was with Ahna O’Reilly for five years, after all.)

-Rapper Danny Brown didn’t miss a beat when a female fan jumped onstage in the middle of his concert to…um…pleasure him.

Natalie Portman and Michael Fassbender are teaming up for a new film adaptation of Macbeth and I want this going into my eyeballs RIGHT NOW.

-In other casting news, Woody Allen will shoot a new movie in France with Emma Stone and Colin Firth.

Tara Reid just accused Lindsay Lohan of being a mean girl.

-Is Jennifer Aniston delaying her wedding until Brangelina gets theirs out of the way? Anyone else think no one is more invested in keeping those three people tangled up in each other’s lives than themselves?

-I love the outfit Zoe Saldana wore to the Star Trek photocall in Berlin.

Chris Brown actually thought it would be a good idea to participate in a new song called ‘Beat It’ because he’s an idiot.

-Here are 27 reasons why you’re better than Carrie Bradshaw.

-Also, Sarah Jessica Parker doesn’t own a cellphone any more.

Goldie Hawn joined daughter Kate Hudson for Almay’s Mother’s Day campaign.

-Now that we’ve seemed to enter the angry, “I contributed to a Kickstarter and all I got was this lousy t-shirt” phase, NPR’s new Kickstarter campaign that tracks every stage of a t-shirt’s creation is even more amazing.

-Tomorrow night is the season finale of Parks and Recreation. Check out a clip here.

-Speaking of Parks and Rec, here are photos of Amy Poehler, Rob Corddry and Tina Fey having fun in the good ol’ days of UCB.

Lil Wayne has officially apologized (well, sort of) for his Emmett Till lyric.

-Also, Lil Wayne was hospitalized and released again.

Scandal’Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn took a history test and did surprisingly well.

-Mountain Dew just pulled Tyler the Creator’s commercial amid accusations of racism.

-I’m loving the new Arrested Development poster. Between this, news that Busy Phillips will guest star, and the new issue of EW, I’m softening my “I don’t need to order Netflix” stance.

New Girl was great last night (and not just because they soundtracked the major Nick/Jess development with my fave Ellie Goulding song). It also gets bonus points for Schmidt‘s “David Foster Wallace, where is the sex?” line.  I really liked this article on how the show has gotten smarter, sexier and less annoying this season. “When Nick was the level-headed roommate and Jess often came off like an alien from a polka-dotted planet, the trick was to make it seem like he wasn’t a grown man hooking up with an intellectual 12-year-old because she was pretty and simple.”

-Meanwhile, here’s our first look at Taylor Swift in the May 14 finale. Is she really that much taller than Zooey Deschanel?

-Just in time for Zach Galifianakis‘ hosting gig on SNL this weekend, The Hollywood Reporter has released an oral history of The Hangover.  Did you know that Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Rudd, Lindsay Lohan and Jonah Hill almost starred in it?

Amanda Seyfried has replaced Liv Tyler as the face of Givenchy.

Beyonce singled out Fergie‘s daughter Princess Eugenie during her recent concert — even though Beyonce had no idea who she was.

-Also, Beyonce made some diva-ish demands about her dressing room when she was playing London’s O2.

-Speaking of divas, Lindsay Lohan has finally picked her rehab facility and finished packing. She says she’s bringing 270 outfits — for 90 days.

-I like that Jake Gyllenhaal hangs out with End of Watch costar America Ferrera.

Miley Cyrus keeps giving interviews about Liam Hemsworth, which seems like a really bad idea when your relationship is teetering on a cliff.

Community’s Danny Pudi helped a fan hook up ’cause he’s just that nice.

Kristen Stewart‘s friends look exactly like you’d expect Kristen Stewart’s friends to look like.

Grimes turns down Steve Buscemi’s invitation to Easter brunch with Vampire Weekend in this new video.

-Two new promos for Dexter’s last season have landed.

-I liked this NYT article about The Office. “One final cringe” indeed.

Kanye West opens doors for no one — including his pregnant wife.

-The new international trailer for Mortal Instruments: City of Bones has dropped. Needs more Nathan from Misfits.

Rihanna On Chris Brown: “If It’s a Mistake, It’s My Mistake”


Rihanna defends her relationship with Chris Brown in the new issue of Rolling Stone, saying “You think you know, but it’s different now.” Commence global eye-roll…now!

-After a lot of drama (which involved pretending to be ill while really shopping with her mother in NYC), Lindsay Lohan finally dragged her ass to court today, where the judge told her (and her ridiculous new lawyer) that her probabation remains revoked and that her trial will start March 18. But hey, she arrived in a Hummer sporting the license plates “IMTRYNG,” so there’s that.

Ashley Judd and Dario Franchitti announced their separation last night, and she quickly tried to reinforce the “amicable” bit by following up the announcement with a sweet tweet.

George Clooney continues to be the dreamiest dreamboat, paying the tab of the guy eating next to him because he thought his table was being too loud. (The recipient btw, thought George‘s group was behaving “in a very cultivated manner” and didn’t even notice him.)

-Oh goodie. Ke$ha is debuting an MTV reality series in April.

-Oh goodie, part deux. Justin Timberlake is performing at the Grammys.

Will Smith and Jay-Z are producing a modern day remake of Annie (what?), but rumours that it’ll star Willow Smith aren’t true (whew!) and it’ll be directed by Easy A‘s Will Gluck (yay!). That just gave me so many feels.

-There will be an Entourage movie, for some reason. At least Adrian Grenier seems pretty happy about it.

Jason London didn’t just drop some homophobic slurs in a cop car, he also dropped a deuce!

-I love this photo of Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell snapping pictures of Kate Hudson‘s new Ann Taylor poster. Such proud parents!

How I Met Your Mother has been renewed for a final season. (I can’t believe they lured Jason Segel into one more year, but at least it’s being put out of its misery.)

-Just in case we momentarily forgot, Cate Blanchett reminds us that she’s total perfection with this Armani Privé dress.

-It it wrong that I was kind of impressed by J.C. Chasez’s cover of The Lumineers’ “Hey Ho”?

-Sweet! The Strokes just announced a new album called Comedown Machine, coming on March 26.

-These photos of Nicole Kidman palling around with Russell Crowe at the airport are kind of adorable.

Lucy Liu got a pie in the face after playing an especially messy game of “Rock, Paper, Scissors” on Fallon.

Bradley Cooper’s abs caused women to “literally fall off their bikes” at a recent spinning class. Since when did the world turn into a Cathy comic strip?

-Lots of Community goodness today! I got the screener for the premiere (haven’t watched it yet, but I’m tingly with anticipation), plus the show’s writers and Joel McHale will be participating in AMAs Feb. 6th and 7th, respectively. Meanwhile, here’s a clip from the Community premiere.

-Speaking of sitcoms, I really liked Vulture’s piece defending New Girl as the best sitcom on network TV right now. It’s certainly getting there (and might have an even better shot at the title soon, considering the uncertain futures of Happy Endings, Parks and Rec and Community). Plus, last night’s episode was pure gold. (Click here to read an interview with the show’s creator about how this jaw-dropping moment almost didn’t happen.) The show has gotten markedly better, especially when you compare it to say, The Mindy Project, which has become increasingly erratic.