Glee Remembers Cory Monteith, We Look Back At At Our 2009 Interview With Him

by (@shalapitcher)

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We’re buying extra boxes of Kleenex for Glee’s “The Quarterback,” the episode dedicated to Finn Hudson and Cory Monteith, the late actor who made Finn one of the most endearing singing football players ever to grace the small screen. Just to get the tears started a little early, we reached into the VH1 archives and pulled out this interview we did with Monteith, Lea Michele and Amber Riley back in 2009. It was a silly round of “5 Questions,” but now even Cory’s joking answers mean something to us.

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How Did Jennifer Hudson Handle Playing The Worst Mom In Mister & Pete?

by (@shalapitcher)

The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete is a heart breaker. It follows two boys, 13-year-old Mister (Skylan Brooks) and 9-year-old Pete (Ethan Dizon) who are left on their own in public housing one blistering hot NYC summer, facing constant hunger and the looming threats of nasty drug dealers and a group home with a terrible rep. It’s all clearly the fault of their drug-addicted prostitute mothers, one of whom is played with gritty realism by Jennifer Hudson. If it’s hard for us to watch, what was it like for Hudson, mother of 4-year-old David Daniel Otunga Jr., to act?
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Bruce Jenner, Alicia Keys or Diana Nyad: Who’s Having The Best Week Ever?

by (@megsokay)


Hey! How’s it going? The government might still be in shutdown, but Best Week Ever is still going strong! Now, we’re not going to know who’s having the Best Week Ever until a brand new episode of Best Week Ever airs tomorrow, October 11, at 10/9 C, but that’s not going to stop us from putting some names out there. We’ve got some fresh behind-the-scene clips from the cast of Best Week Ever to whet your pop culture whistle. The only question we have? Who do YOU think is having the Best Week Ever?

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Vanilla Ice Responds To Miley Cyrus


As Miley Cyrus continues her media blitz surrounding the release of her new album, Bangerz, she has stirred up controversy with Vanilla Ice. In her Rolling Stone interview, she said:

[Justin Bieber]‘s trying really hard. People don’t take him seriously, but he really can play the drums, he really can play guitar, he really can sing. I just don’t want to see him f-ck that up, to where people think he’s Vanilla Ice. I tell him that. Like, ‘You don’t want to become a joke.’

Delaina Dixon tells The Gossip Table that Vanilla Ice has responded to Cyrus’ shade.

I think they both need a little bit of advice. It’s a tough world out there especially the artificial one they’re living in.

He advices that both need to chill out and relax before they turn into living examples of Cyrus’ hit song, “Wrecking Ball.” Suddenly, Mr. Ice is the voice of reason and Lindsay Lohan is clean and sober. What’s happening in the world?  Read more…

Jenner Separation Day 1: A Former Nanny Spills, What’s Making It On TV, And Kris’ New Man


It’s only been 24 hours since the Jenners announced their separation, but there’s plenty of Kardashian updates. The Gossip Table has all the dish on what’s going on with the reality clan.

First up, a former Kardashian nanny gives the inside tip. Pam Behan, author of Malibu Nanny, tells Chloe Melas she was surprised how quickly Kris and Bruce got married. Behan also says she never saw any real love between the two and that it felt more like a business relationship.

But what’s good for business is good for Keeping Up The Kardashians. Marianne Garvey reports that Kris scripted out the entire separation. On TV, she portrayed Bruce’s new home as a man cave so he could have time away from the family. Meanwhile, Kris meticulously planned the media roll out this week’s announcement.

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From Gravity To Catching Fire, 10 Fall Films We Can’t Stop Stressing Out Over

by (@emilyexton)


October means it’s acceptable to begin talking about Hollywood award season, even if you’re currently more focused on scoring enough Halloween candy to hold you over until 2014. Festival hits are finally making their way to your local theater, carrying with them the praise of many respected critics. If there’s one trend among the biggest fall releases it’s this: these movies are going to stress you out.

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