Cue up the Boyz II Men, “Jersey Shore’s” sixth and final season is underway.
Not unlike past season premieres, Thursday's episode kicked off as the gang prepared for a summer of booze, brawls and one-night stands in Seaside Heights, New Jersey.
Of course, there were a few notable differences, like The Situation’s sobriety and Snooki’s growing baby bump. (The reality star gave birth to baby Lorenzo in August.)
With a revealing video he posted via Twitter Thursday, Chris Brown wants to show his true self.
Admitting to an unseen cameraman that he was "a little drunk," the 23-year-old singer expresses the desire to be honest and confesses that he's been "stressed out."
"It ain't about the music, I love my fans, I love everything," Brown said. "It's just ... when you share history with somebody, then you tend to fall in love with somebody else, it's kind of difficult."
Sit back, relax and fix yourself a martini - shaken, not stirred - as we present to you the "Connoisseurs Guide to James Bond" in honor of International Bond Day.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the release of the first Bond film, "Dr. No," which launched an iconic franchise spun from Ian Fleming's novels.
The 1962 flick starred Sean Connery as Bond, Ursula Andress as Honey Rider and Joseph Wiseman as Dr. No. While Connery is a favorite for his portrayal of the dashing 007, a variety of actors have taken on the part, from Roger Moore to Pierce Brosnan to Daniel Craig, who stars in November's 23rd Bond film, "Skyfall."
In honor of Bond's 50th, CNN spoke with Bond "connoisseur" John Cork, the co-writer of the "James Bond Encyclopedia" and "James Bond: The Legacy."
Check out the video above to hear Cork's top Bond moments, from his favorite Bond girl (Diana Rigg's Tracy in 1969's "On Her Majesty's Secret Service"), to his favorite moment, which happens in 1977's "The Spy Who Loved Me."
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