10 Years + 10 Hosts: The Most Epic Moments From Late-Night TV

by (@TaylorFerber)

We’ve seen many beloved hosts come and go, move around, and trade places… mostly with each other. The transitions ranged from public beefs like Jay Leno and David Letterman to supportive hugs between Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers, and who can forget Jay and Jimmy humorously passing the torch with their West Side Story spoof duet Tonight, Tonight.” No matter how they went out or arrived, these funny men and women (represent, Chelsea Handler!) give us nightly laughs wind down with and an excuse to stay up late, eating a whole pack of ring dings (it doesn’t count if it’s that late, amiright?).

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When Reality Stars Met The Plastics: Remembering The Biggest Celebs Of 2004

by (@emilyexton)

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Mean Girls was released nearly 10 years ago, catapulting its star Lindsay Lohan to teen icon status. Barely 18 at the time, Lohan became a fixture on the Hollywood scene after the film’s release, hanging out with It Girls like Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie, with mom Dina by her side. The attention bestowed upon her and her own group of Plastics soon shed light on a new batch of modern celebrities: the reality star. Reality television became a legitimate form of entertainment in the 2000s, spawning many successful personalities like Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, and legitimizing the inexplicable draw of heiresses with sex tapes.

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The Fab Life Of Atlanta By The Numbers

by (@sllambe)

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Move over Hollywood, Atlanta is officially the A-List town of choice. The city, which is host to a number of TV shows and film productions, also claims everyone from Tyler Perry to NeNe Leakes as its residents. And these stars bring in big money to the city. Just because they aren’t in New York City or Los Angeles doesn’t mean they don’t know how to live the fabulous life. In fact, they reinvented it with their $35M homes (ahem, Perry), $1.8M weddings (we’re looking at you, NeNe) and $500K on a gold chain (oh hey, Lil Jon).

When it comes to Atlanta, it’s all about living large. That’s why VH1′s The Fabulous Life Of… went inside the rich and lavish lifestyles of those who live there.

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Jarvis In The Elevator + Sam Underwood

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You guys, The Following is messed up!!! Just as I was catching up with all the twists and turns of this current season, who else do I run into today but the one and only Sam Underwood!

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Selena Gomez + Taylor Swift Fighting Over Justin Bieber

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Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift have taken their dispute over Justin Bieber to a new level. Gomez has started unfollowing her former celeb friends. At the top of that list? T-Swizzle, who has made it clear she is not happy that Gomez has gotten back together with Bieber. Meanwhile, Gomez has been deleting pictures of her besties, Kylie and Kendall. What the eff, Gomez?!

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Is Kim Kardashian + Kanye West’s Wedding On Hold?!?!

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We’re only a month away from the big day but things are already may be on hold. Insiders are reporting that Kim Kardashian is getting cold feet. While no official split has been announced, the reality star is thinking things over. She’s had a glamour, on-screen wedding once before. And we all know how that worked out.

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The 5 Greatest Fan-Made Reality TV Supercuts

by (@sllambe)

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Reality TV has had it’s ebbs and flows in popularity. As some the best series outlast their welcome, it’s fun to look back on all the craziness that has gone down. Thanks to super fans and the ease and power of YouTube, there supercuts of just about every moment on TV. In this genre’s case, that means collecting all of the times contestants have claimed they are not here to make friends or RuPaul telling his girls not to f*ck it up before fighting to not get eliminated. Then there are the other gems: Michael Kors best critiques on Project Runway and Jade Cole’s ridiculous quotes from America’s Next Top Model.

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More Epic On-Set Feuds! 10 Actors Who Had Nothing But ‘Loathe’ For Their Directors

by (@shakeyourbeauty)

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Movie sets are emotionally-charged situations. First of all, film directors are notoriously a snippy sort. They have a very specific vision, and — under the pressure of deadlines and budgets — they’re charged with inspiring an entire crew and cast of actors to carry it out. We’d probably be jerks, too. And on the other side of things, there are the actors — most of whom are sensitive, narcissistic creative types who need a bit of ego-stroking to produce their greatest work. And sometimes, when those two personalities come together, all hell breaks loose.

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