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Mariah Carey's #Beautiful Performance Gets Sweetened For The West Coast Airing Of Good Morning America!

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As we've all seen by now, it was certainly not as #Beautiful of a morning as it could have been for Mariah Carey!

The diva took the Good Morning America stage in Central Park this AM for their summer concert series, and between her on-air s-bomb, a SERIOUS wardrobe malfunction, and her general wacky one-liners and quips scattered throughout the set, it was pretty much controlled chaos from the get-go!

And that's NOT even factoring her, ahem, surprisingly "off" vocal stylingz!

However, those folks watching west coast feed

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Charlie Sheen Corrected By Shotgun Company

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Charlie Sheen Corrected By Shotgun Company

We've heard of someone calling shotgun, but shotgun responding??

When Charlie Sheen allegedly threatened an associate recently, it seems his mouth may have been writing checks his shotgun couldn't cash! He reportedly texted:

"I'll blow his head off with my Super 90."

But the makers of the Super 90 shotgun, Benelli USA would like to correct him. They say the semi-automatic shotgun isn't capable of blowing someone's head off!

According to their rep, the gun will disperse shot that makes a lot of small holes at a longer range and one big hole up close- but no decapitations.

We guess when you own a gun company, you can go around nitpicking people's semantics all you want! They may not blow your head off, but they sure will bite your head off! LOLz!

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Christina Hendricks Fires Back At Reporter That Called Her Big

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In the November issue of Harper's Bazaar, Christina Hendricks slams New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn.

Back in January, Horyn commented on the peach Christian Siriano gown she wore to the Golden Globes, saying:

"Not pretty Christina Hendricks in Christian Siriano's exploding ruffle dress. (As one stylist said, 'You don't put a big girl in a big dress.')"

Turns out the photo Cathy criticized was distorted and eventually issued a correction, but Christina was still offended.

The Mad Men actress told the magazine:

"To say something like that and put it next to a distorted picture discredits you entirely. And it hurt my feelings. I thought that dress was stunning. I stand by that dress to this day. I had just gotten back from my honeymoon, and I felt beautiful in those pictures. I was smiling and beaming, and I felt like a goddess. It's a celebration, and I'm here because the show I work on is being recognized as excellent work. And you're going to tell everyone in the world that I was wearing a shitty dress? Let me go to a party and wear my pretty dress!"

You go, Christina!

Way to stick up for yourself!

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New York Times Magazine Posts Correction On M.I.A. Article!

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They must have been feeling the heat!

After days of M.I.A. waging war on New York Times Magazine's Lynn Hirschberg over her piece on the Sri Lankan rapper, the publication has released this statement:

The cover article in The Times Magazine on Sunday profiled the singer and political activist M.I.A. While discussing her efforts to draw attention to the civil war in her home country, Sri Lanka, she was quoted as saying: “I wasn’t trying to be like Bono. He’s not from Africa — I’m from there. I’m tired of pop stars who say, ‘Give peace a chance.’ I’d rather say, ‘Give war a chance.’ The whole point of going to the Grammys was to say, ‘Hey, 50,000 people are gonna die next month, and here’s your opportunity to help.’ And no one did.”

While M.I.A. did make those remarks, she did not make the entire statement at the same point in the interview, or in the order in which it was presented.

The part that begins, “The whole point of going to the Grammys,” up to the end of the quotation, actually came first. The part that begins, “I wasn’t trying to be like Bono,” and ends, “Give war a chance,” came later in the same interview. The article should have made clear that the two quotations came from different parts of the interview.

There you go!

What do U think?? Does the clarification of the article make that much of a difference??

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