Lifetime aired its highly-anticipated movie The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story last night, and one thing is pretty clear by the credits: It was a hard knock four years for Screech (Dustin Diamond). Narrated by Bayside High School’s resident geek — and loosely based off Diamond’s 2009 tell-all Behind the Bell — Unauthorized puts Screech in one corner and his pretty-preppy co-stars (Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, Lark Voorhies, Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani Thiessen) in the other. For two hours, we watch Diamond yearning to be hotter, edgier, drunker (yup) — and the whole thing is really, really depressing.
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By Christopher Rosa
We hope you’re celebrating this ‘Merica-filled holiday with a tradition as old as, well, the United States: barbecues. If burgers and hot dogs are on your agenda, you’re in great company: Stars love getting their grill on just like us earthlings.
By: Sarah M. Smith
Naya Rivera and Lea Michele have much more in common than just their Glee roots. First off, they both seem to be suffering from wanderlust this summer — Italy, Hawaii, and Mexico are all recently traveled grounds for these two vacation vixens. But more importantly, they both have flawless bikini bodies that they love to flaunt on boats, beaches, and most importantly, Instagram. Read more…
David Gandy!!! OMG, even his name is gorgeous. Thank God I somehow found my way into the same private elevator he was riding today!!!! Read more…
By Christopher Rosa
While former Gossip Girl star Blake Lively isn’t slated for another film appearance until — sigh — 2015, she’s been keeping us entertained with her lifestyle website Preserve (which even has Martha Stewart talking), and flawless fashion choices. Whether she’s promoting a project or not, these red carpet looks are enough to keep us constantly tuning in. Read more…
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It’s not every day that someone just casually bumps into an Oscar-winning actress in an elevator. Well, maybe not casually. More like energetically forced, but still. Mira Sorvino!
I don’t think I’ve ever had the privilege of being in a bromance but the time I spent with Adam Pally in the elevator come pretty close — I’m just sure of it!
Whoa! I mean, he’s just the coolest and so nice! I love him in the online series, Game of Bros, and I’m obviously the biggest fan of his role as Peter Prentice on The Mindy Project. So thank goodness I got the chance to also have him question my taste and love for flannel? Haha. Perhaps my “Best of Flannel” shirt was too much for him but luckily my energy wasn’t! Adam was completely down to chat!
In fact, we talk about his life growing up in New Jersey, his thoughts on playing a gynecologist, and even his alcohol-induced online shopping addiction. He once bought a motorcycle and he hasn’t even been on one. I mean, wow! I learned so much more about Adam in this short time than I have Googling his name while watching marathons of Happy Endings reruns on VH1. Now I’m even more obsessed — heck yes!
By Sarah M. Smith
Unless you live under a rock, it’s hard to ignore the latest social movement that’s taken over Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram one icy bucket at a time. The Ice Bucket Challenge to strike out ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease) has flooded newsfeeds across America, after originating in the computer of Pete Frates, who was diagnosed with the incurable disease in 2012. Over the last few days everybody’s been doing it: Your neighbor, his dogs, professional athletes, and, of course, celebrities. From Martha Stewart’s salon dunk to Ansel Elgort going shirtless for a good cause, it seems like there isn’t one person in America who hasn’t poured icy water on their head in support of ALS research. Read more…
Academy Award winner Robin Williams passed away on Monday at the age of 63. A star of the big and small screens, his resume boasts prestigious awards and an entire generation that recognizes him as the witty and fast talking Genie from Disney’s Aladdin. While Williams introduced himself to a new crop of fans by taking a role in the 1992 film, his filmography is peppered with memorable accents, impressions, and voices we just can’t shake. Read more…
Shark Week kicks off tonight at 8 p.m. EST on the Discovery Channel, and don’t act like you’re not excited. For seven glorious days, we get to indulge in a topic that frightens and excites us more than anything else: SHARKS ATTACKING PEOPLE. Well, sharks doing anything, really. Read more…