The Celebreality Interview – Jes

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After 11 weeks and innumerable hangovers, Bret has finally found his rock of love in Jes. Good girls rule!

After the jump, Jes talks about her attraction to Bret, what it’s like to date a man who’s more than 20 years her senior, letting her guard down and what it was like to be one of the few sane people in a house full of crazies.
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Kat McPhee To Wed Dude Twice Her Age

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File under “Happy (But Vaguely Creepy) Daddy Issues News”: American Idol runner-up Katharine McPhee, 23, is engaged to be married to her 42-year-old boyfriend Nick Cokas. The two have been dating for some time, and McPhee credits Cokas with helping her beat bulimia.

A few months back we had the lovely Ms. McPhee in to chat about her video for “Over It,” in which she blows off an ex-love. Looks like she truly is over it. Check out what she has to say about the kiss-off scene, and which childhood fantasy she got to live out.

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The Weekly Wrap Up: Ja Rule Speaks, Britney Snaps & Kosmo Closes His Final Set

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Fashion WTF: Rumer Willis’ Blond Ambition

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rumerface.jpgThere’s no real reason to give a crap about Rumer Willis, except that her parents are the super famous (and way hot) Demi Moore and Bruce Willis. Without the celeblood in her veins, she’d be any other 18-year old in America, dabbling in art school or working at Starbucks, in which case failed hair experiments (as well as bird tattoos) would be totally acceptable and understandable. When you’re that age you do dumb stuff to your body and fool yourself into thinking that you are totally cutting edge and hot, when neither are true. Millions of brunettes have come before Rumer, sizzling their scalps with bleach until the result, as in Rumer’s case, is a burnt boy cut modeled after that one time you cut all your Barbie’s hair off when you were four. The girl has the cute quirky thing down and we secretly are fond of her weirdo fashion sense, so let’s forgive her this time. It’s nothing a bottle of Nice n’ Easy in Natural Darkest Brown can’t fix.

Check out more pics of Rumer – in both shades – below.

[All Images: Getty]

Mariah Carey Smells Like 2005

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Remember that ridiculous print ad for Mariah Carey’s M perfume that hit the web last month? Now you can see it in motion on a commercial that also features a song that people are whispering may be Mariah’s new single. It seems to be a ballad with the same Jermaine Dupri-styled mechanical percussion that was present on her comeback megahits “We Belong Together” and “Don’t Forget About Us.” Ah, 2005. We’ve missed you so!

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Did you catch her brushing it between her breasts? She’s no Wendy Williams, but she sure knows how to entertain.

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Lil Wayne Makes Babies, Love & Hip Hop

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lilwayne.jpgOh sh*t ya’ll. The interview with hip hop prodigy Lil Wayne in the upcoming issue of Vibe is gonna be money. How money you ask? Try this gem – in which Wayne talks about his relationship with his first wife and baby-mamma – out for size:

“…I was on tour like crazy with Cash Money, and my momma said she was bored, alone, and scared in the house by herself. She was like, ‘Why don’t you just have a baby with somebody? Just tell the little girl’s mom I’ma take care of the baby, don’t worry about that.’ I was like, ‘I don’t have nobody I like like that!’ She was like, ‘Just find somebody! You don’t like Toya?’ I was like, ‘Alright, I like her then.’ Toya was 14 when she got pregnant, and I was 15 asking 14-year-olds. Toya’s the only person that agreed outta all the ones I asked. I said that my momma wants a child. And they was like, ‘That’s your momma’s problem!’ So Toya was like, ‘Shiiit, when we due, boo?’”

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Andy Samberg Votes for Kanye West

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Spies on the street pointed us to this video of Saturday Night Live stars Kenan Thompson and Andy Samberg smack-talking about the 50 Cent vs. Kanye West battle. Kanye won in real-life (and he’ll also be playing SNL tomorrow night, boo-yah!), but he also won the heart on Mr. Samberg, the righteous love-child of Adam Sandler and Jimmy Fallon. We’re with Andy right until the end, when he says he wants to snort some Skyy Vodka “off Kenan’s dong.” Is that what the kids are doing these days? Color us bashful!

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Teenage Wasteland, After All These Years

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More proof that the party was over before you even dared to knock on the door — Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who. The film chronicles the rise of the British rock superpower, the band that not only hoped they’d die before they got old but helped coin the term “rock opera.” Roger Daltrey, Pete Townsend, John Entwhistle and Keith Moon provided a punkish counterpoint to the bluesier Stones and acid-addled Beatles; they were wild and free, crazy and beautiful, and their drummer was so unpredictable he once parked a car in a swimming pool. Anyway . . . VH1 will premiere the film on November 3rd (our version comes with 20 extra minutes, so be sure to watch). Above is the exclusive trailer. Don’t cry. Don’t raise your eye. It’s only teenage wasteland, yo.

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Do You Believe This is Britney Spears?

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Have you seen Britney Spears lately? She’s all sorts of messed up – fake blue contacts a blazin’, stains on her 1980′s purple Fashion Bug button down tank-blouse, with some serious bra-less boob action going on underneath. She doesn’t need a stylist, she needs a mom. Considering her current state of nastiness, the above ad for her new perfume – appropriately named Believe – is all that more amazing. This isn’t airbrushing, it’s editorial welding! And seriously, has she ever had hair that looks like organic corn silk? Even when her locks were real, they still had that crispy, “been ruined since her first perm at age 6″ look to them. Also, she’s got some serious finger balancing skills. Look at that perfume bottle go! [DListed]

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Friday’s Reviews Rage: The Kingdom

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thekingdom.gifEvery week we round up selections from the funniest and most brutal film criticism out there so that you don’t waste your cash at the theaters and laugh a little at Hollywood’s expense. This week: Some say The Kingdom is a taut political thriller, filled with explosions, intrigue and moral teachings about invading foreign1 soil. Others think it’s a dangerously stupid way to stoke racist blood lust. Enjoy your explode-y racism, movie-goers!

“The King-dumb: Hollywood provides the Islamic world another reason to hate America with The Kingdom, a xenophobic, overblown, revenge-driven action thriller that exports the ‘Rambo’ mentality to the contemporary Middle East.” – The New York Post

“The picture begins with a heinous terrorist attack on an American compound in Saudi Arabia. You want loaded, this picture’s got loaded: The bad guys mow down/blow up a softball game, for heaven’s sake. ‘Crack’ FBI-op Ronald Fleury (Jamie Foxx) is addressing his young son’s classroom when the call comes in. No My Pet Goat moment for this man of action — he politely excuses himself and assembles a ‘crack’ investigative team including bomb expert Chris Cooper and forensics whiz Jennifer Garner. What Jason Bateman brings to the team, as far as I could tell, is a mint-condition vintage Pixies T-shirt. His character’s also Jewish, which, along with Garner’s character’s disinclination to wear a burka, gives the movie some not particularly fresh cultural-conflict juice.” – Premiere

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