Sure. Try it without Helen Mirren. Can't see what could possibly be wrong with that.
Today we learn just how successful Simon Cowell expects his new music competition to be.
Elmo loves you. Especially if you are 36DD.
The only person more obsessed with hosting things than Hugh Jackman is Neil Patrick Harris. And that's the way I like it!
Lauren Conrad will appear as a guest star on the hit ABC Family show Greek. She will be playing -- wait for it! -- herself, showing up in a dream sequence as Casey's (played by Kelsey Grammer's daughter Spencer) spiritual advisor (?!) and best friend in the second season's finale, set to air on October 28. Acting as a guide, Lauren will help Casey with a very important decision (!!!!??), probably involving some sort of love triangle. EW.com says that there will be no direct Hills references in the script but that if you're a die-hard fan you will be able to detect a Hillsian vibe. Wow, trippy! Guess LC's lining up her ducks for when her fashion career goes to hell. Oh wait.
It's Thursday, also known as American Idol results show day (wait, isn't that usually Wednesday?... hush, fool, just be glad it's only on two days a week), also known as the first day in the reign of our new Top Chef (which luckily does not involve any actual responsibilities other than shilling Diet Dr. Pepper during commercial breaks with previous competitors while your eyes scream a quiet "help"), also known as Friday Eve. Hold off on your desire to race headlong into the nearest bar and quell your Thursday thirst just a little longer with these refreshing drops of news.
Guys, I don't know how it happened, but none of these TV news items put me in a bad mood at all. This is unprecedented! Which just has to mean television is going to be outlawed tomorrow or something equally horrific, but for now, let's live in the now and bask in the happy!
MTV "We're Gonna Start Playing Videos for the First Time in 10 Years, We Swear" Networks has announced yet another Hills spin-off. L.C.'s buddy Whitney Port is going bi-coastal for the show, most likely because she mistakenly thinks that's something that turns frat boys on, and moving to NYC to work for a PR company. Says "an insider", "There will be more blondes in the city than you ever expected!"
The good news is Matt LeBlanc is now gainfully employed. The bad news is Lauren Conrad just became a film mogul.
So Whitney has left the sunny shores of California and moved to the glitzy Gotham that is New York City. Things are about to get real, right? Or, at least, a lot more fake-real than they were before? Uh, no. The City is a pale shadow of the car-wreck glory that is The Hills, and we've got a breakdown of what exactly is it that The City lacks and The Hills has got. We never thought we'd say this, but we miss the hell out of LC.
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