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Kendra Wilkinson Drops A Buttload Of Hot Gossip About Holly Madison's Sex Life With Hugh Hefner — Including More Anal Accusations!
This is some smear campaign…
The Kendra on Top star already said sorry for calling her former Girls Next Door castmate out for partaking in anal sex with Hugh Hefner on Thursday, but she decided to pull out of that apology and just went into even further detail on Friday!
The reality darling stopped by SiriusXM's Dirty, Sexy, Funny for an interview with Jenny McCarthy on this morning where she not only doubled down on her backdoor bashes, but also dropped the quote of the day saying:
"I always thought to myself, 'God, if she wants to get pregnant so bad… put it up the right hole!'"
Holly is gonna be pooped trying to keep up with all of Kendra's sh*t-talking at this point!
One Direction may never be getting back together IRL, but that's not stopping the chart topping boyband from having an animated reunion!
Earlier this year, it was revealed the Perfect performers would appear as cartoon versions of themselves in an upcoming episode of Family Guy!
And now, we're finally getting a glimpse at the Quahog-ified 1D in a promo for the upcoming May 15 episode titled Run, Chris, Run!
In the clip, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson are seen in a flashback scene going camping with Stewie, who has very specific scary ghost stories to tell the heartthrobs by the campfire!
While all four members are depicted, only Liam and Louis recorded lines of dialogue for the episode — but just seeing our boys back together (even in animated form) is good enough for us!
Ch-ch-check out the funny clip (below) and catch 1D's Family Guy cameo Sunday at 9 p.m. on FOX!
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Don't Breathe Is One Of The Most Original Horror Premises We've Seen In YEARS! Watch The Scary Ass Trailer!
This is NOT what we were expecting…
In the new thriller Don't Breathe, the kids are afraid of a very different kind of monster — their victim!
When a young mom (Jane Levy) and her friends decide to rob a defenseless old blind man (Avatar's Stephen Lang), they quickly realize they've gotten in way over their heads.
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) to see just how dangerous their prey really is!
What topless pics?
The new couple spent the afternoon on Tuesday doing a little shopping and strolling Venice Beach — and they couldn't have looked happier!
This comes before Louis' tweet about being frustrated with the privacy laws that allowed paparazzi to publish such intimate snaps from their private vacation.
Regardless, we're happy to see the couple in good spirits!
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It's Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and her technicolor dream dress!
We just wanna stare and stare!
The 34-year-old looked radiant in her strapless Naeem Khan gown with floor-sweeping train that also featured elaborate floral and arabesque embroidery throughout. It must've taken hours to do all that work on the dress!
With her hair in a bouncy ponytail, Cheryl placed the emphasis on her beautiful bone structure and dangling chandelier earrings.
She's so pretty! Like a princess!
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It's that time of year where networks decide which shows to keep and which to take to the backyard and shoot.
ABC, The CW, and FOX have already axed several shows in their spring cleaning effort — including hit series like Nashville, Castle, and Agent Carter!
But NBC had it's own set of casualties — announcing that Eva Longoria's comedy Telenovela and improv-inclined sitcom Undateable would not live to make the Fall 2016 schedule!
Back in January 2015, Telenovela was ordered straight-to-series as part of NBC's larger push for diversity.
But unlike the Jennifer Lopez drama Shades of Blue, or the America Ferrera workplace comedy Superstore — which were both already renewed — Telenovela's lukewarm ratings were the proverbial kiss of death.
Despite little network marketing and a horrible Friday time slot, Undateable gave an impressive three season run — largely thanks to the cast of stand-up veterans like Chris D'Elia and Ron Funches.
The Bill Lawrence sitcom has been on the bubble of cancellation throughout its entire run, but even NBC's last ditch stunt to transform the show into Undateable Live! — featuring all live telecasts — couldn't stop this scrappy sitcom from its inevitable TV death.
The peacock network also gave the axe to freshman thriller Game Of Silence and medical drama Heartbeat — both of which totally flatlined in the ratings department.
Did your favorite shows survive the massacre so far?
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