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Lindsay Lohan Lizzes Out With Dick In Official 'Liz and Dick' Photos

by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 30, 2012 @ 3:15 PM
It's been a while since we've heard anything good from Lindsay Lohan, now that the media has zeroed in on her again for a string of burglaries and unpaid bills, but we're getting closer and closer to her big Hollywood comeback as work continues on Lifetime's forthcoming Elizabeth Taylor biopic 'Liz & Dick.'  We've seen a few promotional pics, but what do the eponymous duo actually look like in action?  Can Lohan sell the real thing as Cleopatra herself?

'Project Runway' Review: "Candy Couture"

by Britt Hayes July 27, 2012 @ 10:00 PM
Are you guys ready for the unconventional materials challenge on 'Project Runway'? As is tradition, it's episode two, which means it's time for the designers to show the extent of their creativity when forced to create an outfit from materials they would never normally use. It also means it's time for Tim Gunn to create sentences from adjectives and nouns he'd normally never use.

Weekly Dose of Ridiculous: George Bush's Head, Tonka Trucks and 'Sellouts'

by Britt Hayes June 15, 2012 @ 12:00 PM
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Give us this week our dose of ridiculous. Forgive these sad little people, dear internet lords, for they know not how ridiculous they are. This week's installment brings us HBO apologizing for George W. Bush (and not how you might think), Adam Sandler continuing to make fools of us all, and a new show on Lifetime -- the latter of which sounds pretty ridiculous before you even know what it is.

Lifetime Picks Up 'Celebrity Sellouts'

by Shauna Wright June 12, 2012 @ 11:27 PM
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Philanthropic stars often write big checks to charities -- but in a new reality series called 'Celebrity Sellouts,' they'll sell off their own possessions to help good causes instead.
The Lifetime series is the brainchild of former 'N Sync member Lance Bass, who's working along with production company DiGaVision -- created by former MTV programming gurus Tony DiSanto and Liz Gateley -- to bring it to fruition.