Sep 23, 2014
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Florida Woman Claims To Have Gotten a Third Boob As an Anti-Dating Tactic

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While many will agree that dating can be exhausting, a Florida woman is taking matters into her own hands. Jasmine Tridevil claims to have spent ,000 on surgically attaching a third boob to her body to make her less attractive.

While she says she got the “surgery” because she didn’t “want to date anymore,” Snopes reports Trivdevil has a history of fraud, leading almost everyone to believe this is completely fake. According to the 21-year-old, she contacted 50 doctors before finding the one that would perform her surgery and said she completed her transformation with an artificial nipple and areola tattoo. Tridevil has embraced the attention, announcing her public appearances and interviews on her Facebook page. From Sept. 17: “So I’m flying to New York to appear on The Inside Edition show this Monday! The going to be on the news, Jimmy Kimmel show and Vice magazine! :D oh and a few radio shows!” Would someone really go this far to be Internet famous for a whopping 15 minutes?

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As expected, her photos and bizarre story have gained a lot of attention over the past few days. See her in action in the terribly awkward YouTube video she posted back in August, which she thanked fans for sharing on Facebook. Wait, guys, she has fans?

[Photo Credit: @Jasmine Tridevil]

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Sep 23, 2014
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Tyler Perry Is Expecting His First Child

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Tyler Perry is adding a new role to his ever-growing repertoire: daddy! Bossip reports that the 45-year-old media mogul made the announcement while celebrating his latest birthday with friends over the weekend. His on-again, off-again, 28-year-old model girlfriend Gelila Bekele is believed to be the mother.

Tyler Perry and model Gelila Bekele

Even if you didn’t know Perry was in a relationship, he’s made his desire to have children known over the years. He spoke about wanting to become a dad on The Steve Harvey Show in 2013, saying: “I know I would be a great father. I don’t want to work this hard, I don’t want to have all of this and not leave it to my children.” One thing is for sure, his little boy or girl will be a lucky one, with 15+ Tyler Perry productions to watch when he or she is old enough.

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Sep 23, 2014
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Vince Vaughn Is Your Other True Detective, Mike Tyson Helps Motorcycle Crash Victim + More in Today’s Last Lap

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Vince Vaughn is joining HBO’s True Detective, Mike Tyson is the latest celebrity hero, and Chris Pratt is as adorable as ever — all that and more in Last Lap.

  • Just days after Colin Farrell spilled that he was in True Detective, HBO has confirmed that both he and Vince Vaughn are the new stars of the series. According to the network, the series will center around three police officers and a career criminal who “must navigate a web of conspiracy in the aftermath of a murder.” [HBO]
  • While on the way to Las Vegas, Mike Tyson stopped to help a victim of a motorcycle crash. [NY Daily News]
  • Chris Pratt recently revealed a new pic of his son Jack and why he and Anna Faris were meant to be. [E!]
  • Saturday Night Live’s Jay Pharoah is cool with Kanye West — no, seriously. [Vulture]
  • Ana Gasteyer apologized to and cooked with Martha Stewart. [EW]
  • While on Watch What Happens Live, Chloe Grace Moretz opened up about dating Posh Spice and Becks‘ son Brooklyn Beckham. [US Weekly]
  • John Malkovich morphs into every iconic photo ever. [Esquire]
  • James Franco throws all the shade at Lindsay Lohan in his new book. [Perez Hilton]
  • Leonardo DiCaprio has a beard (and joined Instagram). But should it stay or should it go? [The Daily Beast]

[Photo: Getty]

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Sep 23, 2014
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We Didn’t Care About Bruce and Kris Jenner’s Divorce Until We Saw These Amazing Vintage Photos

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With so many celebrity couples calling it quits this year, it’s hard to find the energy to care that Bruce and Kris Jenner officially filed for divorce. That is, until we remember how glorious they look in ridiculous outfits together.

Because breakups are hard enough to deal with, we try not to get too emotionally invested just to save ourselves future tears. But Bruce and Kris had something special! They had style, they had flair, they had a gaggle of photogenic children willing to have their lives taped for monetary gain and notoriety. And before the reality cameras, they were pioneers of denim-on-denim. (Sorry, Britney and Justin. They did it first.)

Considering the couple has spent time together since announcing their separation in October 2013 — including trips to Thailand, Paris, and Florence for major family events — we shouldn’t see this as a threat to the future of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Bruce is just going to search for someone who will love him for his ponytail, while Kris can go back to managing her children and loving her friends. But until then, remember the good times and great laughs these photos provide.

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Sep 23, 2014
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The 5 Most Important Things To Know About Foxcatcher

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Since first premiering at the Cannes Film Festival, Foxcatcher, the biographical film about Olympic wrestling champion Mark Schultz, his brother David, and paranoid schizophrenic John du Pont, has been getting a lot of buzz in large part due to chilling performances from the film’s three leading men (Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, and Steve Carell). And now that it’s making the rounds at film festivals — it has since debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival and will screen at the New York Film Festival starting Oct. 10 — Foxcatcher is all anyone’s going to be talking about from now until the 87th Academy Awards in February.

With that in mind, we break down the film to its essential talking points so you can get up to speed ahead of its theatrical release on Nov. 14.

Prepare to see Channing Tatum and Steve Carell like you’ve never seen them before

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One sure way to get media buzzing is by undergoing a physical transformation on screen. Foxcatcher delivers on this twofold. First, Carell is barely recognizable under aging makeup, bald cap, and an enlarged nose that, at times, makes him look like Felonious Gru, the super villain he voiced in Despicable Me. Tatum is all muscle, cauliflower ears, and over-sized clenched bottom jaw as the Olympic wrestling champion. His performance is driven by the physical nature of the role and you can see the pain exerted on his body from what was a lifetime of training for the real athlete.

Get ready to utter the phrase, “Oscar nominee Channing Tatum”

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While there’s no doubt there will be Oscar chatter surrounding the two performances for the quiet Ruffalo and Carell’s disturbing turn as du Pont, Tatum will likely hear his name tossed around among contenders for Best Actor. It’s not a showy role, but as Mark Schultz, Tatum holds the film together with a touchingly somber performance about a man struggling with own quest for glory under the clouded guidance of du Pont’s care.

This is not a sports film though it the best one about the world of freestyle wrestling

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It’s easy to look at this film and label it another sports movie that would easily fall in line with lighter fare, such as Remember the Titans or Invincible. However, much like director Bennett Miller‘s 2011 film Moneyball, this is about the larger story. Foxcatcher is about the layered internal conflicts of masculinity and pride. At the core of the film, du Pont is a man who uses money to inflate an almost imaginary world of power and brotherly (or fatherly) love, and prove to his mother that he is a leader among men.

As for the look inside of wrestling — prepare to feel the physical pain Tatum is put through as Schultz. From the rigorous training to the binge eating and subsequent extreme weight loss, it’s hard not to feel exhausted by the sheer amount of torment wrestlers face to compete on an international level.

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Sep 23, 2014
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Almost Every Actor You Know Was on Party Down

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Five years ago, Starz debuted Party Down, a deadpan comedy about struggling actors working for a catering company. Starring soon-to-be breakout stars, such as Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation), Jane Lynch (Glee), and Lizzy Caplan (Masters of Sex), the show quickly became a critical darling. Sadly though, it didn’t connect with fans at the time and lasted only 20 episodes. Since then, it’s become a cult classic with new fans (hopefully) discovering the series now that it’s streaming on Hulu Plus.

Part of the joy in re-watching the series is picking up on all the guest stars who made brief appearances before making a name for themselves later on. Everyone from Kevin Hart to Josh Gad populated the parties hosted by Party Down catering.

Click through the gallery above to look back on the show’s now-biggest guest stars and then stream the series in its entirety. But before you do anything, ask yourself, “Are you having fun yet?”

Party Down was just the beginning for Gad, who went on to star in The Book of Mormon and Disney’s Frozen. Find out what major part he’s eying next, in the video below.

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Sep 23, 2014
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Kris and Bruce Jenner Are Getting a Divorce, Vin Diesel Experiments with a New Hairstyle + More in Today’s First Dibs

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True love is dead! The Jenners have officially filed for divorce. Meanwhile, Vin Diesel is showing fans what he would look like with a beard, Lena Dunham is working on a new documentary, and Stephen King is headed to Hulu. All of that and more in today’s First Dibs.

  • The Jenners are getting divorced. Both Kris and Bruce filed identical petitions citing “irreconcilable differences.” [TMZ]
  • Vin Diesel is rocking a new beard for his upcoming film, The Last Witch Hunter, and posting images of himself to Facebook. [Vulture]

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  • Lena Dunham is producing a new documentary about Bindle & Keep, a Brooklyn-based tailoring company best known for making suits for transgender clients. [Vanity Fair]
  • Mario Lopez is such a fan of his own book he likes to reread it. [Jezebel]
  • Charlie Sheen is hoping for a return to Two and a Half Men during its final season but sources say it’s not happening. [E!]
  • Valerie Cherish (Lisa Kudrow) sure is ready for her “comeback.”

  • Stephen King is headed to Hulu with 11/22/63, a new miniseries about a high school teacher traveling back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. [THR]
  • David Gandy recently posed with a bunch of life-size cardboard cut-outs of himself forcing fans to play “Guess the Gandy.” [HyperVocal]

The model recently discovered what it’s like to be trapped in an elevator with Jarvis. Watch the insanity below:

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Sep 23, 2014
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Movie Stars Who Bombed on the Small Screen

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With movie ticket sales declining, quality television has taken its place as the cool kids table in the cafeteria. The hottest, most feted actors in all of celebdom are clamoring to get cast on the small screen — and it’s not just TV actors. Movie stars want in on the compelling scripts and genius ensemble casts, too. And it’s a win-win for television execs (who wouldn’t want the instant recognizability and built-in audience that a big screen star would bring to their series?). The only issue? For every Alec Baldwin, Zooey Deschanel, or Matthew McConaughey, you have a Christina Ricci, Christian Slater, or Ashley Judd — all of whom starred on series (or multiple series) that bombed spectacularly.

From Whoopi Goldberg‘s groan-tastic 2003 sitcom to Dustin Hoffman‘s PETA-protested HBO series, Luck, let’s take stroll through television’s Land of Failed Movie Star Vehicles, shall we?

Luck wasn’t Oscar winner Hoffman’s only disappointment. Watch below as he reveals how he prepares for award show letdowns.

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Sep 23, 2014
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Colin Farrell Joins True Detective, Emma Watson Defends Feminism + More of Today’s First Dibs

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It’s only Monday and the celeb gossip is already in full swing: Colin Farrell is headed to HBO, Emma Watson makes a case for feminism, and Tom Hardy is off the market. Read on for all that and more in today’s First Dibs.

  • It’s official: Colin Farrell is one of the new detectives in the next season of HBO’s True Detective. The actor confirmed the news in an interview with the Irish newspaper, The Sunday World. [Vulture]
  • During a U.N. address, Emma Watson made a passionate plea for gender equality and defended the word “feminist.” [THR]

  • Tom Hardy secretly got married… two months ago! [Mirror]
  • Jada Pinkett Smith is joining Magic Mike XXL, the sequel to the surprise stripper hit starring Channing Tatum. She’s one of three actresses to join the previously all-male roster. [THR]
  • Chris Martin has “fallen in love” with Jennifer Lawrence. [US Weekly]
  • In case you missed it, Kim Kardashian appeared as a fur ball on the premiere of FOX’s animated hit, American Dad. [E!]
  • Los Angeles Clippers superstar, Blake Griffin, covers GQ’s first-ever “age issue.” [GQ]

  • The Fashion Police will continue despite Joan Rivers’ death. [TV Line]
  • Angelina Jolie’s second directorial project, Unbroken, is not even out yet and she’s already landed another directing gig. This time she’ll take on Africa. [Jezebel]

Unbroken stars former Skins‘ star Jack O’Connell. And he’s not the only star from the teen British drama to make a splash this fall. Hannah Murray — from the First Generation — stars in the new musical, God Help the Girl. Murray and her co-stars recently got into the elevator with superfan Jarvis and — well you know what happens next…

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Sep 23, 2014
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For the Record, the Lost Series Finale Didn’t Suck

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As we celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Lost, we remember the controversial series finale that people still argue about today. There are 4,938 questions showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse and the writing staff brilliantly left unanswered. Without trying to address each one, I’m here to take a stand on why the series finale kicked ass, with a little help from cast members Michael Emerson (Ben Linus), Yunjim Kim (Sun-Hwa Kwon), and Ken Leung (Miles Straume). Don’t agree? I dare you to rewatch that final episode and refrain from crying all over again.

I was a late bloomer hopping on the Lost train, having just finished the series in its entirety this summer. But with the show fresh on the brain, I have to admit, I couldn’t have asked for a better ending. The greatest reason being, I didn’t truly realize everyone was in some sort of after life until the very moment Jack (Matthew Fox) opened the coffin and saw that his father wasn’t there. At that moment, it all came together for me. Many people were upset with the fact that the hero, and everyone else for that matter, didn’t get their “happy ending.” But in a way, it was their happy ending — just not the one fans wanted. Each person was finally able to find and be with their soul’s true counterpart, redeem any sins they may have committed during their time on Earth, and accept moving forward to the next phase. Just because they weren’t still alive, doesn’t mean they couldn’t have their happily ever after.

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I still go back and forth wondering if this was really purgatory. If it was, were they in it the moment Flight 815 crashed in the pilot episode? Did any of the flash forwards actually happen? I like that the writers pulled a fast one on us by having everyone dead in the “sideways” universe, without viewers realizing what had happened until the end. It was, to me, completely unexpected. And I enjoyed being tricked. Kim says the cast felt the same way: “We had many, many discussions on set, but the mutual reaction was: ‘How the hell did Damon and Carlton pull this off?!’”

What I’ve also come to terms with while trying to dissect every angle of the series’ plot, is to oddly enough, not look too much into things. The main quest was for every character to find their true peace, redeem themselves, and move on, regardless of the Island’s black smoke and DHARMA hatches. Since they were able to do this as the story closed, I felt satisfied. “Ambiguity defined our show, and if the finale was all about answering the ‘big’ questions, it would’ve been wrong in so many ways,” Kim added. Emerson has a more pointed response for fans who followed the series, but disliked the final episode:

I have to say for those people who complain about the finale: Look at the job that those writers had. On a show like 24 or even Breaking Bad, you have a linear narrative. Lost was exploding in all directions. The only way to find an end point is to bring it all back to the center or beginning which is what I thought they did. I didn’t care that much whether people were especially happy with it. It would have been a hard show to wrap up to the pleasure of everyone, but I am surprised how many people who profess to be passionate followers of the show to say, “Well I like all 109 episodes except the last one.” Are you kidding me? What kind of demonstration of loyalty is that?
To his point, all of the Lost “fans” who wrote off the entire show just because they weren’t content with the finale need to appreciate the fact that the writers didn’t give away every answer. How vanilla would that have been? Lost wasn’t like any other show in the respect that nothing was ever truly answered. This gave us numerous scenarios to have strong opinions about and debate with friends until the end of time — which is why we loved it in the first place. Each episode, even up until the very last one, was like a mini-movie, keeping us on the edge of our seats. Clearly, the method behind the madness worked, because we’re still talking about it to this day. And whether you want to admit it or not, deep down, I think you all liked not knowing, too.

Watch as Lost star Jorge Garcia reflects on the show’s “unexpected” success.

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