The Most Important Reactions to Sharknado 2: The Second One

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By Christopher Rosa

Sharknado 2: The Second One premiered last night on Syfy and it was exactly what you’d expecttimes two. Giant sharks swirling around a giant tornado terrorized unsuspecting humans, but this time the weather phenomenon stormed the streets of the Big Apple. Needless to say, Lady Liberty was not pleased.

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Sexy and Expecting: Moms-To-Be Who Got Naked on Magazine Covers

by (@TaylorFerber)

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By now we’ve seen the incredible photos of Zoe Saldana‘s nude magazine spread for Women’s Health UK, taken right before her pregnancy was announced. Zoe looks fabulous in the photos, but after keeping her pregnancy under wraps, we’re finally seeing her as the adorably pregnant woman she is. Read more…

VH1 Vintage: How Does Zoe Saldana Stay So Sexy? Water, Good Skin Care, and Hamburgers

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Try all the juice cleanses you want, but Guardians of the Galaxy star Zoe Saldana has her own foolproof method to staying sexy: In-N-Out Burger. Read more…

Looking Back At These Reality TV Dating Shows Will Make You Feel Better About Your Love Life

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Dating may seem hard now, but before the days of Tinder, OKCupid, and Match.com, there was one simple solution to finding love: Reality TV.

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Intimidating Hollywood Sharks That Haunted Our Dreams Long Before Sharknado

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With a nightmarish take on extreme weather, last year’s Sharknado got our vote for best shark movie of all-time. With its sequel — creatively titled Sharknado 2: The Second One — premiering tonight, it’s time to look at the scariest sharks to roam the streets of Hollywood. Read more…

Allison Williams As Peter Pan? Here Are 10 Choices That WOULDN’T Have Ruined Our Childhood

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In what’s clearly the most random casting news of the day, Girls star Allison Williams has scored the lead role of Peter Pan in NBC’s Peter Pan Live. To be fair, previous casting announcements have included Christopher Walken (as Captain Hook), so it’s clear the December 4 production is going for the unconventional.

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