It’s official: Sammi and Ronnie are done… again.
On last night’s episode of “Jersey Shore,” Snooki and JWoww hit the town to show their gay pride while MVP prepared for a night of creeping, as per usual. Though the rest of the cast was MIA, it’s safe to assume Angelina spent the night talking on the phone, Sammi spent the night in her bed and Ronnie was somewhere slurring his words and hitting on grenades.
When Snooki got home, she decided to call Emilio, because everyone deserves a second chance. Too bad Emilio blew his second chance when he yelled at Snooki for being in the same vicinity as gay men, saying that perhaps he should go out with lesbians so they could be even. Part of me feels bad for her, but mostly I’m just excited to see single Snooki back in action.
Anyone in the mood for a good scare?
Eli Roth’s “The Last Exorcism” opens in theaters Friday, and is reported to be in the fine tradition of other films from the sub-genre, like “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” and “The Exorcist."
Starring Ashley Bell (“United States of Tara”) as Nell Sweetzer, a 14-year-old girl with some serious possession problems living in rural Louisiana, “Exorcism” follows the cynical preacher Cotton Marcus (Patrick Fabian) as he attempts to perform one last exorcism for a film crew documenting the practice with the intention of proving that exorcisms are all hoaxes anyway.
And we're back for another round of everyone's favorite game: What's on the covers of the celebrity weeklies?
This time around we've got more information on Anna Paquin's marriage to Stephen Moyer than we thought possible; Angelina Jolie squeezing in fights with Brad Pitt's mom when she's not flying all over the world and making movies and raising children; and Heidi Montag talking about how sad she is about her breasts.
Until next week!
Those other wax figures at Madame Tussauds definitely won't hold a candle to Lady Gaga.
The superstar singer is set to become the most eye-catching attraction when she makes her debut alongside Marilyn Monroe, Angelina Jolie and Miley Cyrus at the wax museum later this year, sporting one of her signature outfits selected by fans.
"We're open to hearing from fans about which looks they want," a spokesperson for New York's Madame Tussauds told MTV News, adding that Gaga followers can pick their favorites at NYCWax.com.
Hmm, we'd pick maybe the bubble dress, Kermit frock, or Alejandro nun outfit - pretty much anything but that bloodied white number from the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.
Gaga figures will appear in many of the nine Madame Tussauds outlets worldwide, the spokesperson confirms, but whether they'll be outfitted in the same kooky styles remains to be seen.
Jimmy Fallon isn’t saying much about his hosting gig, but what he has revealed makes this Sunday’s event seem a little more promising than usual.
For starters, Fallon had the idea to get some viewer involvement in this year’s show: If you haven’t already, head over to Twitter and and submit your 140-character suggestions for presenter introductions along with the #imontheemmys hashtag.
"Everyone can join in on the fun and get creative," Fallon said during a conference call Wednesday. "We've gotten some good ones already."
So far so good for singer Chris Brown’s probation.
CNN affiliate KABC reports that Brown received the thumbs up in Los Angeles on Thursday from Judge Patricia M. Schnegg during his fourth progress hearing.
The singer was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to perform 180 days of community service and attend domestic violence counseling after pleading guilty to assaulting then-girlfriend singer Rihanna.
“You’re doing very well on probation,” the judge told Brown. “You’re doing a great job.”
Brown attended the hearing with his lawyer, Mark Geragos, but did not speak.
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