Tonight at 6:30 p.m. (PST), you can get the chance to chat with the stars of football fandango Leatherheads. The film’s producers are presenting live red carpet coverage and interactive discussion with the actors involved by way of the widget above. (Until then, the widget will broadcast the trailer on infinite loop.) The film is a period piece about football’s roots, starring Mr. Suave, George Clooney, The Office‘s John Krasinski, and Renee Zellweger. Get your questions prepped.
What possibly could have Daisy so out of sorts? Could it be…
…the knife? Yeah. It’s gotta be the knife.
Believe it or not, this is actually a face of pure joy:
But then again, this is also the man who declared climbing a tower “better than sex.” So, you know.
See Ya, Jessica Posted at 9:57PM EST
Bret sent Jessica home for being too young of a soul — was this the right choice? Should someone else have gone instead?
Last Tuesday night, American Idol contestant David Cook gave a rousing — if also melancholic — rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean.” While that’s not exactly news in itself, the judges’ comments were. The trio praised Cook for his originality in rearranging the composition. The trouble is that Cook was covering Chris Cornell‘s version of the song as it appeared on the latter’s second solo album, Carry On — as was clearly stated by Ryan Seacrest before Cook began performing. The Seattle rock luminary and former Soundgarden frontman reinterpreted the Thriller classic as a much darker song; Cook followed Cornell’s version note for note. (Cornell’s version has seen a massive sales jump on iTunes in the days since.) We caught up with Cornell to ask him about what he thought of Cook’s version.
VH1: Your fans seemed to be outraged with David Cook. Can you talk about their response?
Chris Cornell: They were angry because they felt like the judges were giving David Cook credit for coming up with the idea — reinventing the song in a rock format — and didn’t seem to know that it was taken from somewhere else.
It’s often said that people become more — or less — attractive after you get to know them. We found this theory to be true by asking which Rock of Love 2 girls were hot and which were not before the season began and then again earlier this the week. So while Kristy Jo is still the beauty of the bunch, she’s dropped on the hotness scale by 14 percent. Similarly, the seemingly genuine sweeties Ambre and Jessica are a whopping 45 percent and 43 percent hotter than before the show aired. Below is a side-by-side comparison of the results from both polls. Disagree with your fellow fans? Leave a comment.
1. Kristy Jo
HOT = 259
NOT = 49
HOT = 369
NOT = 2
HOT = 240
NOT = 177
HOT = 84
NOT = 459
VH1’s spoof show features Lance Krall as a dimwitted radio host who has some infuriating opinions and isn’t shy about expressing them. He also has a weekly blog here where he discusses his innermost thoughts. In this, the final episode, Lance offers an apology to an old friend for lying to him and getting him into so much trouble he wound up in a home in a home for juveniles. Oops.
You may know him as a bluesmeister, sexpot, or clown. But as his blog currently suggests, John Mayer is a thoughtful dude, too. In one of his first posts since dumping his entire library a couple months ago, he waxes eloquently about his generation’s self-obsession and self-doubt. Evidently he wrote it while “traveling alone in Japan,” a place that’s nudged him into a psychological spot one of my wise workmates deemed his “Lost in Translation moment.”
But don’t fret, all these deep thoughts haven’t stymied his sillybone, as you can see from the fuzzy commentary he uses to describe America’s pastime in the clip above. That is him, isn’t it?
And what would you do if he turned into Bret Michaels?
Four new hotties are moving into the Flavor of Love house next episode to compete for Flav’s affection. See their photos here, then let us know how they stack up next to the other girls (Hotlanta, Prancer, Seezinz, Sinceer, Thing 1 & 2). Plus, tell us who you think will be eliminated next.
The new girls added last episode
Shy got the boot last episode. Did you forecast her fall?
Fallen, but not forgotten
Today we’ve dug through our vaults for your viewing pleasure, and came up with this oldie but goodie. Not only does it feature Mr. George Michael belting out an Elton John tune, “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me,” it also features Elton himself. Check out the clip to see the two dueting live, and be sure to give TwentyFive, George’s brand-spanking-new disc, out next Tuesday.