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Happy Hump Day!

It’s Wednesday, and that means you’ve made it halfway through the work week and halfway to the weekend. Congrats!

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GIF Attack!: The Hoff Bumps and Grinds

David Hasselhoff got down with a go-go dancer (allegedly among many other young ladies) at Prive Nightclub in Vegas last night. Club-goers report that at one point he took a boogie break, ventured to the DJ booth, and announced, “Knight Rider is in the House!” We have a feeling the crowd was already well aware of the Hoff’s presence.

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Globes at the Globes

Salma Hayek wasn’t the only curvy celeb flaunting what her mama gave her last night at the Golden Globe Awards. Blake Lively, Megan Fox, Beyonce Knowles, Eva Longoria, and even geek-turned-goddess Tina Fey spiced up the award show with some cleav.

See pics of glorious globes below:

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Jenny McCarthy: Toned In Tangerine

Need an inspiration for those hefty New Years resolutions? Look no further than Jenny McCarthy‘s svelte abdominals. She and long-time boyfriend Jim Carrey made everyone else on the beach look like monk seals as they strolled hand-in-hand in Hawaii yesterday. See more pics of the happy couple below.

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Box Office Beat: The Pooch Prevails

For the second week in a row, Marley ruled the movies, defeating Disney, Benjamin Button, Tom Cruise, and Jim Carrey. Looks like American movie-goers are jonesing for a pick-me-up rather than prepping for awards season. Need a cure for the Monday blues? See the clip above of Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson shopping for a puppy.

1. Marley & Me: $24.1 M
2. Bedtime Stories: $20.3M
3. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: $18.4M
4. Valkyrie: $14M
5. Yes Man: $13.8M


R.I.P. Jett Travolta

Jett Travolta, 16-year-old son of John Travolta, died today while vacationing with his family at Old Bahama Bay Resort on Grand Bahama Island. He was found by the family’s caretaker, Jeff Michael Kathrein, after he had reportedly had a seizure in the bathtub and hit his head. Attempts to revive him were unsuccessful and he died on the scene. Jett suffered from various health ailments, including Kawasaki Syndrome (a mysterious disease that affects organs and sometimes causes heart attacks — even in children).

In 1994, John Travolta told People, “I can’t imagine what life would be like without Jett. After he was born and cleaned up, I held him for hours while Kelly slept. When they came to take him away for various tests, I said, ‘No, you can’t see him today. You’ll have to do it another day.’ I went a little nutsy.” Sad.

[Source: TMZ, People; Photo: Splash News Online]


Top Five Movies To See After Christmas Ham

Your belly is stuffed. Presents are unwrapped. Family conversation is dwindling. Is there a better idea than going to your local cinema? The movie studios don’t think so, as they’re unleashing a gluttonous amount of flicks on December 25th. Can’t decide between fantastical Ben Button or the cute pooch named Marley? Here are our picks for the top five films to consume while digesting and unwinding after the holiday festivities:

5. Bedtime Stories: Need to get the kiddies out of the house? Have an affinity for animated wide-eyed guinea pigs? Then this Adam Sandler a la Disney pic may be for you. Not safe for viewing sans children under 13.

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