Avril Lavigne has gone a little weird for her next single. Titled Hello Kitty, it sees the Canadian pop princess dressing kookily and presenting a different side to herself.
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I’m sure this kind of cringeworthy news reporting was commonplace 40 years ago, but the world has thankfully moved on since then. I guess CNN never got the memo.
When David Letterman retires as host of The Late Show, he will be replaced by Stephen Colbert, host of The Colbert Report on Comedy Central.
This makes Rush Limbaugh mad.
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The Ultimate Warrior has died at the tender age of just 54. He was born as James Hellwig but changed his name to Warrior in 1993 to match his WWE persona.
Ian Thorpe remains in intensive care as a serious but not life-threatening infection damages his dreams of ever swimming competitively again.
“The 25-year-old was found dead at her home in Kent, England, Monday afternoon. Details surrounding the death are unclear. Kent Police tell TMZ, they do not suspect foul play. Investigators are treating the death as “unexplained and sudden.”" – YT
The first episode of the new season of Game Of Thrones aired last night, with Two Swords picking up where the Red Wedding ended.
This video acts as a preamble to Game Of Thrones: Fire and Ice, with a look back over the previous seasons, and interviews with some of the cast and crew.
Jon Hamm, the star of Mad Men and someone who is commonly regarded as one of the hottest men on the planet, was once a contestant on The Dating Game.
Not only that, but he also lost. To a couple of absolute douchebags. Still, I think it’s fair to say Hamm had the last laugh.
Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow have decided to separate. And let’s not try and tart this up into something fancy, they’re getting divorced.
Not that they will admit as much. As according to them they’re going through a “conscious uncoupling.” What a load of new-age nonsense.