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Judging by how negatively people react to the name "Kim Kardashian" anywhere in a headline, let alone in a sentence, Parade magazine's 2011 Culture Poll results aren't that surprising.
The recently wed Kardashian was pitted against "The Bachelor's" Brad Womack, Donald Trump, Lindsay Lohan, Snooki and Charlie Sheen for the title, but she landed in the top spot with 29 percent of the vote. Sheen, however, wasn't far behind, with 27 percent nominating him as the most annoying star.
Sheen was followed by Snooki (with 21 percent), Lindsay Lohan (16 percent), Donald Trump (5 percent) and Brad Womack (1 percent).
And perhaps Jennifer Lopez should've thought a little longer about returning to "American Idol" - 40 percent of those polled think J.Lo's the most replaceable judge. (They weren't particularly kind to Steven Tyler, either, who was right behind Lopez with 36 percent.)
The top 10 performers from Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance" are once again on tour this fall (Tuesday night's stop is Boston, and Thursday's will be Providence, Rhode Island), but the show has had some pretty major changes from years past.
"I remember during the season 4 tour, [and] there was a lot of talking and stopping [between routines]," jazz dancer Clarice Ordaz told CNN. "There's nothing wrong with that, but it's a dance show. I think this year we have 50 routines, which is the most we've ever had. So far, we've had really good reactions."
With such a large number of routines and a faster pace, the dancers are being challenged more than ever before.
The nominations for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012 have been released, and it’s an interesting list.
Ballots will be sent out to over 500 voters, who will choose the artists to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year.
The nominees are:
Last week saw the highly anticipated debut of “X Factor,” the latest entry into the singing competition genre.
The two-hour premiere gave us talent, drama, tears… and five judges?!?
Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and L.A. Reid are filling three of the four judges’ chairs. The fourth seat was originally intended for U.K. singer Cheryl Cole. She was dropped during the show’s audition rounds and replaced by singer Nicole Scherzinger.
Leisha Hailey and her girlfriend Camila Grey would like to make one thing clear: They were not making out on the Southwest flight the pair say they were booted from.
The couple released a statement through their band, Uh Huh Her, to clarify the incident, which happened on Monday.
"In no way were our actions on Southwest Airlines excessive, inappropriate or vulgar," the statement said. "We want to make it clear we were not making out or creating any kind of spectacle of ourselves, it was one, modest kiss. We are responsible adult women who walk through the world with dignity."
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