Monthly Archives: December 2013

Say Hello to Stephanie Corneliussen in Beverly Hills!

Stephanie Corneliussen

Actress and model Stephanie Corneliussen was photographed running errands on Brighton Way in Beverly Hills. Stephanie had an uncredited role in this year’s Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters and will appear in next year’s The Road Home. If you wanna see more of Stephanie, check out the work she’s done with Tony Kelly Photo and Treats Magazine, that’ll be sure to get you up today. Follow Stephanie on both Twitter and Instagram!

Trailer Watch: “Journey to the West”

Not entirely sure what this movie’s about . . . except that the hero apparently tries to save three villages, battles a Monkey King, and falls in love with the girl at the same time. Oh, and he’s a Buddhist. Oh, and there’s also a dude in an obvious fat suit.

Stephen Chow’s action-adventure fantasy releases in the States on March 7.

Zac Efron Is Six Months Sober – And Has the Ring to Prove It

Celebrities At The Los Angeles Lakers Game
Photo Credit: Noel Vasquez/Getty Images

“The 26-year-old actor sought treatment for a reported cocaine addiction earlier this year, but he recently reached a milestone in temperance.”[HuffPo]

Appearing at a Lakers game recently, Zac Efron let it be known to all who could see that he hasn’t abused cocaine in six months. How do we know this? He was wearing a blue sobriety chip from Alcoholics Anonymous.

For those who don’t know, the blue chip means you’ve been sober for six months. Good for you Zac: we’re rootin’ for ya.

Britney Spears LOVES Jennifer Lopez (Really)

2001 MTV Video Music Awards - Audience and Backstage
Photo Credit: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

“Jennifer Lopez is my idol — she’s so beautiful and even though she’s gotten older, she hasn’t aged at all.”[E!]

They’re not quite Whitney and Mariah, but there seems to be something genuinely warm between the two pop divas we call Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez.

Spears, currently performing in residence at Las Vegas, affirms that she is a fan for life of Jenny from the Block, telling E! that her list of favorite actresses includes Lopez: “I also love Jennifer Lopez movies. I love Jennifer Lopez.”

She must have been the one who saw The Back Up Plan. And Gigli. And . . . well, you get the idea.

Irina Shayk Brings The Morning Links!

iriw7saudsddPhoto Credit: Hollywood Tuna; Irina Shayk Does Beach Bunny

– Britney Spears Probably Needs A Bigger Size [IDontLikeYouInThatWay]
– Anastasia Ashley’s Amazing Booty In A Bikini [Hollywood Tuna]
– Ava Sambora Beach Volleyball Photos [GCeleb]
– Nina Agdal for Beach Bunny of the Day [Drunken Stepfather, NSFW]
– Kasia Is Too Damn Cute! [Diry Rotten Whore, NSFW]

– Beyonce and Jay Z spend $100,000 at Atlanta club [Lainey Gossip]
– Oregon Man On Meth Swings At Cops With One Hand, Masturbates With The Other [Dlisted]
– Is Alison Brie The Perfect Girl For GIFs? Definitely. [Guy Code Blog]
– Redheads Are My Kryptonite [Caveman Circus]
– Katie Holmes works a hot pink bikini as she & Suri hit the beach: adorable? [Celebitchy]

– BEST OF 2013: Miley Cyrus’ Vagina Melvin [The Superficial]
– These Girls Could Kick Your Ass [Regretful Morning]
– Kyra Santoro Should Be On Your Radar [COED]
– Amazing Scary Cliff in Norway [EgoTV]
– This is Why You Should Say NO To Drugs – Before & After Photos [Mankind Unplugged]

– That One Time Kris Jenner Told 9-Year-Old Khloe Kardashian She Needs A Nose Job [Socialite Life]
– A Girl Named Jessica Serves it Hot [Uncoached]
– Couple Married 61 Years Ago Takes “Up” Inspired Anniversary Photos [NedHardy]
– New Year’s Eve Party Girls [Gunaxin]
– Top 10 Hottest Female Athletes of 2013 [Brosome]
– Ben 10 Vilgax Attacks [LingoLux]

– Are you a Bastardly Lady of the Day? [The Bastardly]
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Wrapping up the NFL's final week of the regular season

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In a season full of surprising results, week 17 actually provided some stability from the top tier teams around the league. Aside from the Panthers, every team that was supposed to dominate went out took care of business. The Seahawks, Broncos, Patriots, Bengals, Saints were favored by plenty of points and went out on the field, performing like a good team should heading into the playoffs. I don’t count the 49ers close win over the Cardinals as surprising because Arizona is a playoff caliber team that was expected to keep the game close. Same doesn’t go for the Panthers, who got off to a slow start against a Falcons that didn’t have anything to play for other than Tony Gonzalez’s final game. It’s sad to see Gonzalez go but he’s a guaranteed HOF’er and the undisputed greatest tight end of all time. Despite some order around the league, the NFL still provided it’s fans with plenty of close games and plenty of drama. Things broke well for the Chargers, so well that Ryan Succop’s missed field goal (would put the Steelers in) is now a controversial field goal that should have been replayed due to an officiating error that was missed. Despite the amount of breaks the Chargers have received, San Diego won four straight games in the most important part of the season and deserves a spot in the playoffs. So do the Packers because despite missing their star QB for most the second half of this season, Green Bay still went into Chicago and became “kings of the north” for this season. Some of the blame should go to the Lions, who were the healthiest team in the division but still managed to collapse in the second part of the season. Let’s get to the stocks for this week:

Stock UP: Peyton Manning and any offensive play he’s involved with; Matt Forte’s running style despite being on the losing side; the Steelers, for taking care of business despite having a slim chance for the postseason that nearly panned out; Seattle’s bounce back victory after getting knocked down last week; the Bengals offense despite Dalton’s four picks; Justin Tucker cementing his post as the best kicker in the league; LeSean McCoy’s running style and ball protection; the Saints offense all of sudden looking scary again; the Patriots continuing to win despite key injuries.

Stock DOWN: the Cowboys, for the third straight year, in do-or-die games in week 17; Baltimore and Miami for not taking advantage of controlling their own destiny; Jim Shwartz and his tenure in Detroit that is now over; the Oakland Raiders in the first half of yesterday’s game against the Broncos; Joe Flacco’s mega contract reflecting on to this season; the Redskins who don’t own their top 2 pick this year; Chicago’s defensive inability to make a stop when it mattered most against the Packers; trying to figure out the Rams at all this season.

One last mini-rant about my Cowboys: i’m tired of the same old story. I gotta give some props to Kyle Orton, who played well despite the fact that everyone, including myself, had written off the Cowboys since the star of the week. But despite the defense playing well for once. Despite Jason Witten’s sneaky good game. Despite Dez and Escobar’s great touchdown catch and runs. Despite having the ball with enough time to drive down the field, the Cowboys manage to break hearts. Was there a more fitting way to end the season for Dallas last night? Another 8-8 season and another heartbreaking roller coaster ride.

Wrapping up the NFL’s final week of the regular season

12-30

In a season full of surprising results, week 17 actually provided some stability from the top tier teams around the league. Aside from the Panthers, every team that was supposed to dominate went out took care of business. The Seahawks, Broncos, Patriots, Bengals, Saints were favored by plenty of points and went out on the field, performing like a good team should heading into the playoffs. I don’t count the 49ers close win over the Cardinals as surprising because Arizona is a playoff caliber team that was expected to keep the game close. Same doesn’t go for the Panthers, who got off to a slow start against a Falcons that didn’t have anything to play for other than Tony Gonzalez’s final game. It’s sad to see Gonzalez go but he’s a guaranteed HOF’er and the undisputed greatest tight end of all time. Despite some order around the league, the NFL still provided it’s fans with plenty of close games and plenty of drama. Things broke well for the Chargers, so well that Ryan Succop’s missed field goal (would put the Steelers in) is now a controversial field goal that should have been replayed due to an officiating error that was missed. Despite the amount of breaks the Chargers have received, San Diego won four straight games in the most important part of the season and deserves a spot in the playoffs. So do the Packers because despite missing their star QB for most the second half of this season, Green Bay still went into Chicago and became “kings of the north” for this season. Some of the blame should go to the Lions, who were the healthiest team in the division but still managed to collapse in the second part of the season. Let’s get to the stocks for this week:

Stock UP: Peyton Manning and any offensive play he’s involved with; Matt Forte’s running style despite being on the losing side; the Steelers, for taking care of business despite having a slim chance for the postseason that nearly panned out; Seattle’s bounce back victory after getting knocked down last week; the Bengals offense despite Dalton’s four picks; Justin Tucker cementing his post as the best kicker in the league; LeSean McCoy’s running style and ball protection; the Saints offense all of sudden looking scary again; the Patriots continuing to win despite key injuries.

Stock DOWN: the Cowboys, for the third straight year, in do-or-die games in week 17; Baltimore and Miami for not taking advantage of controlling their own destiny; Jim Shwartz and his tenure in Detroit that is now over; the Oakland Raiders in the first half of yesterday’s game against the Broncos; Joe Flacco’s mega contract reflecting on to this season; the Redskins who don’t own their top 2 pick this year; Chicago’s defensive inability to make a stop when it mattered most against the Packers; trying to figure out the Rams at all this season.

One last mini-rant about my Cowboys: i’m tired of the same old story. I gotta give some props to Kyle Orton, who played well despite the fact that everyone, including myself, had written off the Cowboys since the star of the week. But despite the defense playing well for once. Despite Jason Witten’s sneaky good game. Despite Dez and Escobar’s great touchdown catch and runs. Despite having the ball with enough time to drive down the field, the Cowboys manage to break hearts. Was there a more fitting way to end the season for Dallas last night? Another 8-8 season and another heartbreaking roller coaster ride.

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