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Adam Pally Opens Up to Jarvis About His Drunk Online Shopping Addiction

-By JARVIS

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!

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Ansel Elgort, Justin Timberlake, and More Celebrities Risking Brain Freeze for Charity

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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…

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A Look At the Cast of The Expendables 3 When They Were Young

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With an average age of 57 years old, Sylvester Stallone, Mel Gibson, and the rest of the cast of The Expendables 3 — in theaters on August 15 — are no spring chickens. But these men weren’t always greybeards. Check out vintage pics of the stars, including Harrison Ford, Antonio Banderas, and Kelsey Grammer, when they were the fresh faces of Hollywood.

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From Tampon Ads to Sumo Tea-Bagging: Why Damon Wayans, Jr. and Jake Johnson Are the Baddest Bros Out There

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If you’re in love with New Girl‘s dynamic duo, Damon Wayans, Jr. and Jake Johnson, you’re about to love them even more. VH1 recently sat down with the bromantic stars of Let’s Be Cops to learn about hilarious past jobs they’ve had (yes, Jake was in a 2007 tampon commercial), how they work their moves to get the ladies, and what they’d be like as real life roomies (attention ladies: Damon is single AND a neat freak!).

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Kendall Jenner’s Fierce Fashion Photos Prove Not All Kardashians Are Talentless

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Kendall Jenner is currently owning the world of fashion. Not only did Teen Vogue name her the latest “It Girl,” the magazine gave her two covers in their latest September issue. She also landed the coveted 2014 Givenchy Fall campaign and causally walked the runway at the Chanel Haute Couture Fashion Show in Paris, all while filming her family’s hit reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

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Transformation Tuesday: Zoe Saldana

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Can you believe Zoe Saldana danced her way into our hearts 14 years ago in Center Stage? Today, no one rules the biggest geek franchises like she does. From Avatar to Star Trek and Guardians Of the Galaxy, what sci-fi movie CAN’T she conquer? And most impressive, she hasn’t aged a day in over 15 years. Read more…

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Say What? Robin Williams’ Most Iconic Character Voices

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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…