Kerry Washington’s Blue Fashion Blunder Fails On Big Morning Buzz Live

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Big Morning Buzz Live was back today with Fashion Friday, telling us which celebs ran afoul of the fashion police on the red carpet. Nick Lachey and Michelle Buteau sat with style guru Jackie Miranne for this week’s rundown of fashion fails.
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Watch This Bizarre, Meta Musical Story About Shia LaBeouf Starring Shia LaBeouf

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Rob Cantor, a bearded singer-songwriter and sometimes celebrity impressionist, has created a viral sensation with his song, “Shia LaBeouf.” First released two years ago as an animated video, “Shia LaBeouf” told the story of a cannibalistic version of the star that has had more bizarre twists and turns in his career than a M. Night Shyamalan film. Two years later, Cantor recorded a live performance for fans’ viewing pleasure. And this stage performance has everything: the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, dancers in papier-mâché LaBeouf head masks, glitter falling from the ceiling, a Children’s Choir singing the words “Shia LaBeouf,” and the actor himself sitting alone in the audience watching it all go down.

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It’s almost too good to be true… but it all happened on video.

Amy Poehler Has the Angelina Jolie of Vaginas and 6 Other Things We Learned

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In her new memoir, Yes Please, Amy Poehler opens up about her childhood, her divorce from Will Arnett, and her own outstanding female anatomy. The book, which is a mix of personal stories, essays, advice, and plenty of memories from Saturday Night Live, is a hilarious yet tender look at the actress’ journey from the first time she she fell in love with improve (for the record, it was during her fourth grade performance of The Wizard of Oz) to fighting for the survival of Parks and Recreation.

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A Binge-Watching Guide to Your Favorite TV Shows Ending This Season

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From HBO’s Boardwalk Empire to Parenthood on NBC, this season fans are forced to say goodbye to 13 hit series. For loyal TV viewers that just means prepping goodbyes whether its getting tissue boxes ready for an emotional final end credits or gleefully hate-watching a show to its miserable finish. Whatever the case, they are caught up and know everything there is — good and bad — about the series where the rest are busy trying to catch up before the highly anticipated final episode airs. Shows like Sons of Anarchy, Glee, Mad Men, and Parks and Recreation will likely get huge send offs meaning that if you want to know what’s happening, you’ll need to start bing-watching now. Luckily, we crafted a guide to all the shows ending this season so that you can plan your marathon experience.

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