Good news! Your BFF is here catching you up on the sexiest, steamiest TV moments from the past week. Trust us, you’re going to want to watch this, preferably with the shades down. Read more…
Jessica Biel may have her first, bound to be perfect bun in the oven, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have spent a disturbing amount of money, ABC continues to hate on Juan Pablo Galavis, and more in Last Lap.
When it comes to reality TV, there are plenty of options to choose from. In the U.S., fans have everything from long-running classics, such as America’s Next Top Model and Project Runway, to the new era of celebreality on VH1 with Candidly Nicole and Love & Hip-Hop. While the U.S. seems to have mastered the world of addictive reality programming, there are definitely international options that are worth making time for.
Did Stacy Keibler tie the knot this weekend? Which American Hustle star is having a baby? How much does Stanley Tucci‘s Caesar Flickerman laugh during The Hunger Games films?
Love is in the air this Valentine’s Day week, so it’s only fitting we address that smoochy-smooch behavior we all love. Now, kissing is a personalized act. Everyone has a trademark technique – be it a unique pout, a nibble, or maybe a full-on bite for you vampires out there. But no matter what your style of choice, we all know the cardinal rule – no sloppy, saliva heavy-snogging. It just isn’t done. Well, it is done, but it’s not encouraged. This brings me to my next point: horrifying kisses. We’ve all been there, we’ve all had them, and we’ve all hated them. Nonetheless, they make for great stories – and it just so happens, they make for great TV. Below is a list of the Most Awkward On-Screen Kisses We’ve Ever Seen. So go grab some Chapstick, a tissue box for when you cry of laughter, and see if you agree with our selection. Read more…
We weren’t the only ones glued to last night’s season premiere of The Bachelor. Orange Is The New Black star and American Pie alum Jason Biggs is known for his opinionated Twitter musings, and apparently, he’s a Chris Harrison fan as well. Biggs filled the feeds of Twitter users during The Bachelor‘s West Coast debut of Season 18, and is now being criticized for his
brutally honest harsh take on the 27 female hopefuls.
ABC’s The Bachelor kicked off its 18th season last night with the spiciest piece of man candy yet. Juan Pablo Galavis, a former soccer player and father to adorable four-year-old daughter Camila, has an honest face, a hot body and an accent that will somehow make the devastating heartbreak he plans to inflict on 26 of the 27 women vying for his heart a little easier to bear.
We don’t watch reality shows for the sweet characters. The do-gooders, the faithful wives, the lifelong friends who don’t leap across tables to rip each other’s throats out. No, it’s all about the villains! Now, it’s a reality show standard to have a wild card (or two) on each show. Hair-pulling, backstabbing, boyfriend-stealing, tacky tantrums, blatant bullying…this is what the genre is made of!
And the best villains know that the shows depend on them. If they really channel their inner lunatic, these characters can land endorsement deals, book contracts, or, like Real Housewives of Atlanta star Nene Leakes (a reformed villain), they can even score a role on a legit scripted show — hello, Glee.
In 2013, the reality genre experienced a villain boom. Dance Mom’s Abby Lee Miller was like a witch out of a Grimm’s fairy tale, cackling as she tortured the hell out of her dance school students. Love & Hip Hop’s Peter Gunz seemed cool enough, but then we discovered his schizophrenic love life — five babymamas, a secret wife and a girlfriend! Here, we salute the craziest reality cast members of the year.
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It looks like The Bachelor is going to the chapel! Sean Lowe, star of The Bachelor and Dancing With the Stars, calls The Gossip Table from the green room of Good Morning America (our neighbors across the street) to talk about his relationship with Catherine Giudici. Lowe tells Chloe Melas that the two are thinking about having a joint bachelor/bachelorette party. Additionally, Lowe wants the wedding to be televised.
But what about the guest list? Giudici is likely to invite a few former contestants from their season of the show. You know, the ones that Lowe passed over. And Lowe wants his dance partner from DWTS to choregraph the couple’s first dance.
Next up: Tiger Woods’ mistress Rachel Uchitel is getting divorced. Melas has the scoop!