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Ashton Kutcher Reveals His ‘Real’ Name At Teen Choice Awards !!!! (VIDEO)

The following excerpt is from the Huffington Post!

When Ashton Kutcher won the Ultimate Choice Award — the “old guy” award, as he said — at Sunday night’s Teen Choice Awards, the 35-year-old star told his fans that he felt like a fraud.

“My name is not even actually Ashton,” he said. The “Jobs” actor revealed that Ashton was in fact his middle name and that his first name was “Chris.” He changed his name to Ashton when he became an actor at age 19.

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The heartthrob then launched into a list he titled “What I Learned While I Was Chris.” Among the lessons were “being sexy.” This was of course greeted with a faint cry of “Take it off!” But Kutcher also told his fans that “sexy is smart” and “opportunities look a whole lot like work.”

Perhaps this Chris Kutcher was channeling the real Steve Jobs when he ended his inspirational speech by saying, “Build a life, don’t live one.”

Watch the whole revelation in the clip above.


Throwback Thursday: That Time Britney Spears and Snoop Played Ball !!!! (MUST SEE)



Thank you, Miley Cyrus. If it were not for your Throwback Thursday (tweeted on Wednesday, but never mind that), Britney Spears’ “Outrageous” music video featuring Snoop Dogg may have just continued to collect dust as a forgotten artifact in the pop culture attic.

Here is Britney and Snoop back in summer 2004, on the Queens, N.Y., on set of the Dave Meyers-directed music video for “Outrageous,” the final single — written by none other than R. Kelly — off Brit’s fourth album, In the Zone.

What they made is pure pop gold. The clip shows Snoop and a group of guys casually playing pick-up on a street basketball court. And up walks Britney, ready to ball in her hi-tops, basketball shorts, sheer jersey (push-up bra peeking out, logically), and sideways trucker hat (remember those?).

After a few half-hearted dribbles, Brit passes the ball, walks straight to Snoop, and jumps up to straddle his waist, as she seductively sings:

“I just want to be happy/ In a place where love is free/ Can you take me there/ Somebody, ooh/ And when you mention my name/ Make sure you know the truth, yeah/ Until I vow to keep it forever.”
What that means, even the lyrical gods wouldn’t know. But it doesn’t matter, because you are not listening. You are just watching, waiting, for that magical, moment when Britney licks Snoop’s face. Yes, licks.



Kim Kardashian breaks silence, is ‘loving life’ at home !!!!

The following excerpt is from USATODAY!

It took Duchess Kate all of one day to triumphantly, and gracefully, speak to the world — live — about baby George.

It took Kim Kardashian seven weeks to break her silence about baby North (sorta). And she did it on video. And she didn’t say much.

Kim, shot in a simple white shirt from the chest up, was beamed into mom Kris Jenner’s talk show today:

“I’m sorry I couldn’t be there in person, but I’m just loving life a little bit too much at home right now,” she said via tape. “But I watch you every single day and you are so amazing. You really are born to do this. I just want to say I love you and have an amazing show.”

The clip got Kris sniffly. “That made me cry,” she said, hugging co-host Diddy and dabbing her eyes with a towel. “Thank you, Kimmy, thank you Sean,” who introduced the segment.


Miley Cyrus Is On ‘Fire’ In Big Sean’s New Music Video !!!

The following content is from celebuzz!

Miley Cyrus can add video vixen to her resume, because she sure is heating up Big Sean’s stunning new music video for “Fire.”
In the just released video, the 20-year-old mugs for the camera wearing a slew of sexy looks, including teeny tiny ripped white cut-offs, a see-through raincoat, and a stappy bra. In one scene, Miley is seen resting atop a giant burning cube in a sequin gold bikini-ish number.

The video is pretty much a series of slow shots of Cyrus doing her best come-hither face in a variety of seductive poses, but it is rather nice to look at. There are also flowers and fire involved. Big Sean makes an appearance, too.

“Miley’s character in the visual represents a metaphor for people who may have changed and evolved into something beautiful, who have evolved past certain relationships—the picture of me burning symbolizes an old romance and coming out victorious and beautiful as a flower,” Big Sean explained of the concept.

But why Miley?

Big Sean told MTV News: “I wanted somebody who was beautiful and I wanted to take her out of her element. People looking at her like she’s twerking and all this stuff, but she’s an awesome person, man. She symbolizes the beauty of a lot of women overcoming different relationships and being as beautiful as a flower.”


Beyonce Has Her Hair Caught In A Fan During Concert In Montreal!!!

Beyonce did not expect to get her hair stuck in a fan during her Monday Night concert in Montreal but this is exactly what happened. Being the professional Beyonce is, she continued her song “HALO” without missing a single beat!

Check out the video below!

During her Monday night concert in Montreal, Canada, the Grammy-winning superstar was belting out her 2009 ballad, “Halo,” when her wind-blown weave got swept up in an electronic fan at the edge of the stage.


Kanye West Is Fed Up With The Paparazzi! (VIDEO)

Rapper Kanye West is fed up with the Paparazzi and who could really blame him? The video below will depict a photographer verbally bothering Kanye West as he attempts to walk through the LAX airport and get into his car. The extremely well known rapper looks straight into the camera and seems to knock the camera out of the photographers hand. West will most likely face criminal charges and be forced to pay a fee but along with Kanye West’s legal trouble, this incident may mark a new step in the process of trying to protect celebrities from the paparazzi who do not know when they have crossed the line of legitimate personal celebrity privacy.


Google Now Introduces Mark Up Tools For Select Partners To Flag Flights, Hotel Stays And Reservations In Emails


Google made a relatively quiet announcement today regarding how it’s pushing the developer ecosystem forward around Google Now, its intelligent personal assistant for Android devices. The company has begun extending mark up tools for emails from select partners, which help highlight flight schedules, hotel bookings and various types of reservations, to make sure that Gmail can spot that information and use it to auto-generate helpful reminders in Google Now.

The extension of the platform tools available to Now partners was announced by Google’s Baris Gultekin, who was one of the creators of Google Now, which sprung out of a project he came up with in his so-called “20 percent time.” He spoke with Google’s Louis Gray ont he Developer Live video stream which ran throughout the I/O conference this year.

Gultekin was talking about ways in which Google is working to improve the quality and relevancy of the recommendations and data it surfaces. The project sounds like it’s fairly limited for now, but asking for help from the input sources of data seems like a smart way to supplement Google’s own data detection algorithms that are working to flag interesting data for Now’s use on their own data center side. Doing all the heavy lifting themselves might be more impressive, but if reaching out to partners can help improve user experience, then there’s no reason not to extend that hand.

No word yet on whether Google will eventually make those mark up tools available for different types of data or open them up for public use, but it’s easy to imagine a scenario where that happens, allowing developers and startups to provide the option of delivering all kinds of relevant information to users from their apps and services on Android. Then again, that has the potential to become overwhelming for users, so we might see a more metered, gradual approach.

(VIA. Tech Crunch)


Beyoncé Is Expertly Manipulating Us All

Beyoncé—Earth-Bound Goddess, Queen of All Divas—has in the past year proved herself an expert at manipulating her image and her audience. She has an archivist, for goodness’ sakes. And the way she’s embarking on her tour and the release of her new songs, well, that’s no different.

While Beyoncé did release “Bow Down/I Been On” as an isolated track, the other songs we’ve heard—songs leading up to some sort of an eventual album—have come attached to advertisements that promote Beyoncé’s various and lucrative sponsorship deals. First we got “Grown Woman,” by way of a Pepsi commercial:

And now we have “Standing on the Sun,” by way of a commercial for Beyoncé’s H&M collection:

All of which is not to say that we don’t love these songs. We do. How can you not love Beyoncé? And come on: “Grown Woman” is going to be the jam of the summer. But with these single drops as advertisements, Beyoncé is once again proving herself an expert multitasker, with a penchant for giving her audience exactly what she wants them to have. If you want new songs, she’s essentially saying, you are going to have to buy some soda, or think about buying a new blouse.

It’s the same attitude Beyoncé projected when she decided to ban professional photographers from her current tour. The move appears to be directly related to the fallout following the Super Bowl. After BuzzFeed published a listicle about Beyoncé’s “fierceness,” her publicist emailed the site asking them to take down photos that were perceived as “unflattering”—the most bizarre part of which was that said listicle was supposed to be complimentary. After all, Beyoncé was dancing fiercely, and sometimes bodies move in weird ways when that happens.

We’ve explored Beyoncé’s failed attempts to humanize herself in her HBO documentary, but her most recent musical-as-commercial moves just go to show that she has no intention of being like the rest of us. She’s Beyoncé, and she’s going to sell you what she wants, how she wants it. As she sings in the refrain of “Grown Woman,” of which you can see a live performance via Vulture, “I can do whatever I want.”

We can take it or leave it. But let’s be real: we’ll probably take it.

(VIA. Business Insider)


Google Tests Search Without Instant Previews, Moves Sharing Tool, Cached And Similar Pages To New Drop-Down Menu


Back in 2010, Google launched Instant Preview to provide users with a quick way to get a graphic preview of a webpage before you click on the actual link. Now, it looks like Google is thinking about removing this feature.

Instant Preview is probably not a huge hit, given that Google wouldn’t consider removing it if it were a popular feature. It did hide a bit of useful functionality besides the previews, however. Opening these Instant Previews allowed you to also find similar pages and access the Google+ Share feature. In addition, it was also the only way to find Google’s cached version of a given page, too.

All of these features are still there in this new version, but they are now accessible through a drop-down menu right next to the main link.

It’s not clear if this is just a test, or if Google is indeed fully removing this feature and replacing it with the new drop-down menu. We have contacted Google about this change and will update this post once we learn more.

Here is what this looks like for TechCrunch (“Similar,” for some reason, only appears for a subset of results):


(VIA. Tech Crunch)


Facebook’s Latest Home Commercial Is Just The Right Amount Of Weird

During the Facebook Home launch event, Zuck premiered the company’s first commercial for the product.


Complete with half-naked dudes stuffed into luggage compartments, surprise drag queens, and an unintentionally spooky child, it was… pretty bad. One guy in the audience behind me whispered “Is this real life?“, faces were palmed, and the room was pretty quiet as the lights came back up. They aimed for weird-funny, but ended up with mostly just weird.

Fortunately, their second attempt is about a thousand times better, if only because it has a goat that screams in Zuck’s face. Plus, unlike the first commercial, this one actually mentions Facebook Home before the last half second of the 60 second spot.

The new TV spot:

(For the curious, that’s totally Facebook’s real Menlo Park HQ)

And for those who missed it, the original, super weird commercial:

If only a funny commercial could save them from a mountain of scathing user reviews.

(VIA. Tech Crunch)