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Jeff Bridges Recorded an Album of Lullabies 

Jeff Bridges has recorded a whole album of sleep inducing tunes for Squarespace’s new Super Bowl campaign. To demonstrate how the company’s tools can help anyone build a slick website with a built-in storefront, the Big Lebowski star has recorded Jeff Bridges Sleeping Tapes: “a unique album of relaxing sounds, guided meditations, and stories designed to lull you to sleep.” The album is available as a pay-what-you-want download from DreamingWithJeff.com. Any money raised from album downloads and auctions will be donated to No Kid Hungry–a campaign aimed at ending child hunger in America. Get the full story here.

 

 

You Can Watch Bruce Jenner’s ‘Journey’ on TV

The footage has been shot over the last few months and chronicles what Kim has described as Bruce’s “journey.” We’re told the footage is a very personal look from Bruce’s vantage point of the process of changing. Multiple sources say the documentary will include interaction with Bruce’s kids and ex-wife Kris and how they are receiving the news. We’re told all of Bruce’s kids — the boys and girls — have been “extremely supportive.” According to TMZ’s sources the docuseries will air on E. Get the full story here.

Johnny Depp Says He Was Attacked by a Chupacabra

Well not really, but he really did blame his absence from a news conference in Tokyo on the mythological Latin American beast. Depp is in Japan to promote Mortdecai, an action-packed farce also starring Gwyneth Paltrow. “I was attacked yesterday morning by a very rarely seen or experienced animal called ‘chupacabra.’ I fought with it for hours,” Depp, 51, joked to reporters Wednesday, according to the Associated Press. “They’re very persistent, very mean. And I’m pretty sure it came into my suitcase. I threw him off the 23rd floor. So we’ll never see him again. Thank you for understanding.” The real reason he skipped out: He was sick. Get the full story here.

Taylor Swift Has Trademarked “This Sick Beat” and Other Phrases From Her New Album

If you don’t think Taylor Swift is slowly and quietly taking over the world, then you’re not paying attention.  Because Taylor now owns little pieces of the English language. She’s trademarked three phrases from her new album “1989” for use on just about any type of product you can imagine:  “This Sick Beat”, “Party like it’s 1989”, and “Nice to meet you.  Where you been?” That means no one in the universe can use those phrases on any merchandise that’s not official Taylor Swift merchandise. Get the full story here.

Justin Bieber Admits He’s Been “Arrogant and Conceited” Over the Past Year and a Half

Justin Bieber  posted a video yesterday admitting he’s been, quote, “arrogant and conceited” over the past year and a half.  He added, quote, “I really want people to know how much I care . . . about people, and how I’m not that person to say ‘I don’t give a [flip]’, you know.  I’m not that kid.  I’m a person who genuinely cares.” Get the full story here.

 

 

Lindsay Lohan Says “Greeting Fans” Is Community Service

Lindsay Lohan shook a bunch of fans’ hands after her play in London, and thinks that should count toward her 240 hours of community service. Lindsay’s attorney Shawn Holley showed up in court Wednesday morning to submit proof of Lohan’s community service progress, which showed she managed to pull off 80 hours in just 9 days. The City Attorney said some of the service looked hinky, because it included time spent doing meet and greets after her play. Holley pointed out the previous judge in the case had approved the London facility that keeps track of Lindsay’s community service. The City Attorney isn’t satisfied with that, and demanded 2 weeks to investigate exactly what Lindsay did or didn’t do to complete the 240 hours. Get the full story here.



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