In the video above, catch a flashback on the Celebreality pasts of I Love New York‘s Whiteboy, Flavor of Love 2‘s Nibblz and Rock of Love‘s Rodeo (who freaks out in a fit of laughter within seconds, of course). Then, watch as the clip flashes forward, and the three of them talk about what they’ll do with the $250,000 should they win I Love Money, the VH1 all-stars competition that debuts July 6. We’ll be rolling a new one of these out everyday, so if your favorite I Love Money cast member has yet to show up, have no fear: they will.
There was no way the writers of Lost could top last season’s finale. That ending had fans, critics, and bloggers floored for months. What they didn’t provide in a singular moment last night, they made up for with a string of pearls: from ass-kicking to ass-kissing, from pause-and-rewind moments to heartwarming scenes. Summer may be around the corner, but I can’t wait for winter. It’s gonna be a long eight months till next season, kids.
Read on for the top 15 WTF moments from last night’s season four finale. And leave some comments with the ones you think we missed.
15. Sayid gets out-badassed!
Sayid doesn’t fail at much. But he seems to have met his ass-kicking match in Keamy. Just as Keamy was about to get the best of Sayid, Richard Alpert saved the day with a shot to the back.
14. Where’s Daniel Faraday?
Last we saw of Daniel, he was ferrying a Zodiac raft full of islanders to the freighter. We didn’t see him make it there. But we also didn’t see them make it back to the island. So are he and the raft people stuck out in the ocean?
13. Juliet and Sawyer get drunk on the beach!
Sawyer believes that Kate’s dead. We can assume they join Richard Alpert, Locke and the Others, but what are the awful island events that flash-forward Locke reveals to Jack, and did terrible things happen to Juliet and Sawyer?
12. Charlotte was born on the island!
OK, we aren’t fully invested in Charlotte as a character yet, but Miles confronts her and says he’s surprised she’d leave after all the “time you spent trying to get back here.” Later, she tells Daniel she’s going to stay on the island and that she’s still looking for where she was born. Is she one of the few babies to have been born on the island? Or is she significant for other reasons? There’s some speculation that she might be related to Annie, young Ben’s girlfriend.
It may be time to add two shades of Creamy French Blanc to the Brangelina Family Crayon Box. OK! Magazine is reporting rumors that Angelina Jolie has given birth to twins in France, which is her mother’s native country. The couple has four children in addition to the twins, including Maddox Chivan (adopted in Cambodia), Zahara Marley (adopted in Ethiopia), Shiloh Nouvel (biological daughter), and Pax Thien (adopted in Vietnam). According to Angelina, the couple may also open up their home to foster children in the future. So hopefully that crayon box will become a diverse, beautiful, full pack of 64 children!
Dlisted reports that the names of the twins are Isla Marcheline Jolie-Pitt and Amelie Jane Jolie-Pitt, but provides no source.
Yesterday news broke that American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken served as a sperm donor for friend and music producer Jaymes Foster. Foster, who is due in August, is the sister of David Foster, music producer and longtime friend of Aiken. We’re sure Aiken’s going to be a great dad to the little one, and able to impart tons of helpful advice that he’s picked up along the way. We’ve compiled a bit of the fatherly wisdom Aiken will surely pass on to the littlest Claymate.
Pancake, It’s Not What’s For Breakfast: Male or female, gay or straight — why limit yourself in the amount of makeup you wear out of the house? You always want to look coordinated, so why not have your face match your hair.
Feathered, Highlighted and Banged: The only thing that gets as much attention as a good haircut…is a bad one.
Creeping People Out: Sure, Clay’s probably a totally nice guy, but his songs are downright terrifying. A few lines from Clay’s hit “Invisible” will undoubtedly get the littlest Aiken whatever they want on the playground.
How To Appeal to Massive Amounts of Rabidly Dedicated 14-Year-Old Girls: Actually, we have no idea how he does this.
Tonight the most important movie to co-star a pair of pumps opens, and the Fergalicious One stopped by, who created the theme song for Sex And The City. She dishes the re-release of her chart-shattering The Duchess, the shoot for her high-energy “Party People” video with Nelly and what’s up next.
In honor of the Sex and the City movie opening this weekend and the awful frocks its stars have worn in episodes of the hit HBO show, we’ve gathered the best of the worst fashion flops to ruin Hollywood this year. Not everyone can star in the greatest chick flick of our time, but you sure can dress like you’re straight out of the movie!
From the left: Sarah Jessica Parker and pals (Coco, Heidi Montag, Paris Hilton, Katie Holmes, Tyra Banks, Rumer Willis, Jenna Jameson, Anna Wintour) model their poor picks in crap couture.
No, she’ll never go away. Ever.
Think she’ll actually tie the knot this time around?
In the video above, catch a flashback on the Celebreality pasts of I Love New York‘s Heat and Real, as well as Rock of Love 2‘s Megan. Then, watch as the clip flashes forward, and the three of them talk about what they’ll do with the $250,000 should they win I Love Money, the VH1 all-stars competition that debuts July 6. We’ll be rolling a new one of these out everyday, so if your favorite I Love Money cast member has yet to show up, have no fear: they will.
Nicky2States signed her email to me “Miss VH1,” and that says everything about the state of her confidence level. Below, she flosses a sky-high self-image while talking about rhyming with four kids, her take on the Chiba vs. Byata battle and how she guarded against the sexual frustration that so many of the other girls in the house seem to be suffering from. Get a taste of Ms. 2States…if you’re nasty.
“If women ruled the world, there’d be a lot of lesbians,” went the most famous of Bree’s lines uttered on Miss Rap Supreme. But that doesn’t mean that she is one! After the jump, Bree plays coy about her sexuality, talks about why stumbling on her last verse was actually a positive thing, philosophizes about hip-hop’s commercialism being its downfall and explains why her experience on the show was “bittersweet.”