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Amanda Bynes Gets Buzzed


Amanda Bynes shaved her head. We all know what that means, right?

-Is it weird that I found Gwyneth Paltrow kind of charming when she told her awkward pubic hair story on Ellen? I mean, it made zero sense, but it was funny. She was also cute with the strippers. Better than when she impersonated Jay-Z and Beyonce.

Chris Pine has split from Sports Illustrated model Dominique Piek.

Cory Monteith looks great post-rehab, heading to a vacation with girlfriend Lea Michele.

-One of the reasons Carey Mulligan landed the role of Daisy in The Great Gatsby (besides the fact that she’s made of awesome) is because she unexpectedly smooched Leonardo DiCaprio during her audition.

-If the onsie suddenly becomes a fashion trend, I’m blaming Justin Bieber.

House of Cards star Corey Stoll has been cast as the lead in FX’s Guillermo del Toro/Carlton Cuse vampire TV show.

Eva Longoria talks about how she was so depressed after her divorce that she couldn’t eat in a new interview.

The Killing’s first trailer with Peter Sarsgaard has landed. I can’t imagine anyone is actually looking forward to this show’s return, but it’s happening.

These photos of Prince William, Catherine and Prince Harry picking wands in Diagon Alley are all kinds of great.

Matt Lauer has at least one ally at NBC. Kathie Lee Gifford is collecting support signatures on his behalf.

Tim Heidecker’s reaction to Zach Braff‘s Kickstarter campaign was the funniest — and now someone’s took the time to film it.

Seth Rogen joined the Backstreet Boys onstage last night to sing “Everybody” and it was great.

Emma Stone managed to make one of those boring interviews about her beauty routine pretty damn charming.

Kristen Wiig and Ben Affleck will host the last eps of SNL this season.

Lindsay Lohan still hasn’t picked her rehab spot, even though she has less than a week to check in. How is this her decision?!

-There’s only four episodes left of The Office and I have to say that I’m actually enjoying the show again because of how they’re handling the Jim and Pam stuff. After some initially shaky plotting with the camera man, they’re on fire now. That scene at the end of last night’s ep? Sigh. In any case, they are airing a one-hour retrospective before the finale on May 16.

-In other NBC news, the network just renewed a bunch of dramas, including Parenthood. And for a full 22-episode season!

-In other TV news, the CW just renewed Hart of Dixie and Beauty and the Beast, which basically means that Nikita and The Carrie Diaries are in a fight to the death. Here’s a look at which other shows are on the bubble.

-The ratings for last night’s proposed Vampire Diaries spinoff were disappointing (though it still got picked up). I haven’t watched it yet because frankly, even thinking about it makes me exhausted, but I’m impressed by the soundtrack. Any show that features TV on the Radio and The National in the first episode can’t be all bad.

New promos for the upcoming season of True Blood have arrived.

-In case anyone was worried, the Canadian Parliament is prepared for the zombie apocalypse.

-Speaking of zombies, The Walking Dead just cast the guy who played D’Angelo on The Wire.

-The first trailer for Tiger Eyes has landed. I’m really glad Willa Holland is having a moment. I saw her in a tiny indie movie starring Colin Firth called Summer in Genoa and have been impressed by her ever since.

-The first trailer for Prince Avalanche, starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch, has landed. It got great buzz at Sundance.

Christina Applegate Quits Up All Night

Christina Applegate and Will Arnett in Up All Night
Christina Applegate and Will Arnett in Up All Night
Christina Applegate and Will Arnett in Up All Night. (Photo: Colleen Hayes/ NBCUniversal)

-Whoa! Christina Applegate just bailed on Up All Night because “the show has taken a different creative direction.”

-In another sign that NBC is in trouble (read just how much here), even Community‘s ratings were better than Smash’s.

-In other NBC sitcom news, I loved this article about how The Office keeps trying to shove an “emotional Poochie” between Jim and Pam. “Watching John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer attempt to integrate this nonsense into their well-drawn fictional lives had all the charm of a hostage video.”

-Is the pressure of SNL getting to Justin Bieber? He vomited during rehearsals.

Amanda Bynes tweeted (and then quickly deleted) about Jay-Z’s “ugly face.” Girl, you in trouble!

-More proof that John Mayer and Allison Williams are just friends: Katy Perry is taking Allison to the Grammys this weekend.

Kanye West just pulled a Beyonce and demanded every photo of him wearing a leather skirt be deleted.

Scott Porter, don’t make me question my love for you!

Emma Stone is adorable in this behind-the-scenes video on the set of her new Revlon ad.

-The storm made Katie Holmes miss her own fashion presentation during NYFW.

-Speaking of fashion, WTF is Sarah Jessica Parker wearing here?!

-Oh god. Another Twilight fanfic just got turned into a book — and it looks terrible.

-Speaking of Twilight, Kristen Stewart just landed a new movie role alongside Elizabeth Banks and Jim Sturgess.

-I really like David Walton. He was great in the little-seen Bent and has been awesome on New Girl, so I fully support him leading the new About a Boy sitcom. (It’s being created from the guy behind Roswell, Parenthood and Friday Night Lights, so that’s also a plus.)

-In other TV news, Vince Gilligan will write and direct Breaking Bad‘s finale.

Steven Tyler is proposing a new anti-paparazzi Senate bill.

James Cromwell was arrested for protesting on behalf of PETA. That’ll do, animal haters. That’ll do.

Britney Spears posted a photo of her new puppy, but I’m too focused on the interior of her house to focus on the fluffball.

-Meanwhile, Caesars is attempting to recruit Britney for a Vegas residency after all.

Ellen Page is set to make her directorial debut with Miss Stevens, starring Anna Faris.

-PSA alert: you’ll probably need to know what the “Harlem Shake” is.

Jennifer Lawrence has landed in London for the BAFTAs (which is the same night as the Grammys. Expect to be scrolling through a lot of red carpet galleries Monday morning.)

-The trailer for Justin Long‘s new indie Lumpy has landed.