Miley Cyrus Goes Nude for Paper Magazine
Miley Cyrus goes fully nude in “Paper” magazine and talks about her sexuality, quote, “I am literally open to every single thing that is consenting and doesn’t involve an animal and everyone is of age. She also talks about her charity work being a product of guilt. She says, quote, “I can’t drive by in my [effing] Porsche and not [effing] do something. I see it all day: people in their Bentleys and their Rolls and their Ubers, driving past these vets who have fought for our country, or these young women who have been raped.” The photo shoot is beyond weird, and definitely NSFW! Get more here.
Ed Sheeran Says All the Successful People Started Off as a “Weird Kid with No Friends”
If you’re a weird kid, Ed Sheeran has a message for you: You’re gonna rock when you grow up. Ed was at an event Monday called the American Institute for Stuttering’s Freeing Voices Changing Lives Benefit Gala. Yes, Ed used to have a stutter. Not to mention thick glasses, a port wine stain birthmark on his face, and he was missing an eardrum. He says, quote, “Most of the people I knew that were normal in school are all pretty dull right now. They go to the gym four times a week and look at themselves in the mirror a lot, but they don’t really have a lot to say. “Most of the people that are successful started life off as a weird kid with no friends, one of the cool kids from school now does my plumbing! That’s a fact!” Ed says that rapping along to Eminem’s “Marshall Mathers LP” helped him get rid of his stutter. Get more here.
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Chris Pratt Sang with Jimmy Buffet at the ‘Jurassic World’ Premiere
Chris Pratt after he was welcomed onstage by Jimmy Buffett at the premiere party of his movie Jurassic World. “This is totally impromptu. I did not know this was gonna happen,” Chris said. He sang back-up on Margaritaville, which also meant giving shout-outs to his co-star Bryce Dallas Howard and his mom.The bit was all part of the extravagant Jurassic World world premiere in Hollywood, that started outside with lights, giant signs, festive flora and hundreds of onlookers. Get more here.
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A Fame Reboot is Coming to Lifetime
Lifetime is developing a reboot of the iconic hit 1980 movie and TV series Fame, E! News has confirmed. The new Fame will be a reimagining of the classic ’80s series, which starred Debbie Allen, Gene Anthony Ray, Carlo Imperato and Lori Singer, and was created by Christopher Gore. While the film and series before it were set in high school, the new show will center on a group of adults struggling to balance their pressure of life at their performing arts college with the trials of their everyday lives. Get more here.
Charlie Sheen Was Hospitalized After Eating Bad Clams
Charlie Sheen spent part of Monday night in the hospital after eating Bad Clams. Charlie had a seafood pasta dish delivered to his house, and within a few hours, he was hurting from the clams. An ambulance was called, and they ended up taking him in. His rep says, quote, “Just to be on the safe side, he went to the hospital. They checked him out, hydrated him and sent him on his way. He was back home in bed 90 minutes later.” Of course, whenever Charlie Sheen needs medical attention, we assume the worst. For what it’s worth, TMZ says Charlie, or one of his people, called the fire department to get the paramedics, instead of contacting 911, where the conversation would have been automatically recorded. Get more here.
New NBC Show Will Follow Henry Winkler, William Shatner, and George Foreman as They Travel to Asia Together
NBC has just announced a bizarre new “adventure” show called “Better Late Than Never”, which will follow Henry Winkler, William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw, and George Foreman as they travel to Asia, together. They’ll be joined by 32-year-old comedian Jeff Dye, who has hosted a few shows on MTV after being a finalist on”Last Comic Standing”. According to the press release, they will, quote, “embark on the ultimate international excursion with no assistants, no limousines and no lattes, in search of an intimate, life-changing experience.” Their itinerary will take them to Tokyo, Kyoto, Seoul, Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Chang Mai, Thailand before heading home. It’s based on a Korean show called “Grandpa Over Flowers”. Production starts in August, but it’s too early to say when it might premiere. Get more here.
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