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Vanessa Hudgens & AnnaSophia Robb Make An Austin Butler Sandwich At The Carrie Diaries Premiere

AnnaSophia Robb and Austin Butler celebrate the season two premiere of The Carrie Diaries with the help of Vanessa Hudgens!

Yum!

Austin Butler was surrounded by his two favorite leading ladies Saturday night at the second season premiere of The Carrie Diaries in New York City.

Tucked under his left arm was real life lover Vanessa Hudgens, who rocked a casual party look in a leopard print crop top, a military green jacket, black skinny jeans and pointy toe pumps.

His onscreen love AnnaSophia got more dressed up for the occasion in a black Bongo mini dress with sheer paneling. What a good brand ambassador!

ASR paired the dress with a white striped clutch and sassy red satin Salvatore Ferragamo pumps featuring clusters of sparkle on the tops.

As for the meat in this Sex and the City sandwich, Austin went for a slightly Greased Lightning vibe in a deep navy leather jacket, a white button-down shirt, skinny jeans, and slicked back hair.

Who do U think was best dressed at the premiere???

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Lena Dunham Really Doesn't Like Chris Brown! Insults Him Again!!

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lena dunham chris brown diss againGirls creator Lena Dunham has always been very honest about her feelings. As “one of the voices of her generation,” she has never shied away from saying, well, what a lot of us are thinking.

That being said, it may come as no surprise that she decided to speak out against Chris Brown for a second time in a recent interview for GQ UK.

When asked about criticisms received for Girls’ second season, the talented writer likened the differences of opinion to a difference in morals:

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Larry Hagman's Death Gives Birth To New Dallas Season Mystery!

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Did you watch Dallas in the 1980's??

If so, you definitely remember one of the best moments from that series — the iconic "Who Shot J.R.?" storyline! Yeah! You bet your beautiful assez you know what we're talking about!

Well, what better way to remember Larry Hagman, such an amazingly upbeat and positive cast member, than doing it all over again… this time in the new series, in the second seasond, with a "Who Killed J.R.?" mystery??

This sounds like a fantastic idea, plus, it will give his memorial a multi-episode arc, rather than just one funeral episode. He totally deserves this!!

Here's what one of the producers said:

"We all felt having J.R. die of natural causes would have been completely inappropriate, not only to the character, but also to Larry Hagman."

For those of you worrying about a rewrite that's coming this late and this fast in the game, don't worry — the staff was able to salvage about 80-90 percent of what they originally wanted to do!

We are so excited for this new mystery arc, even with being super sad that Larry is no longer with us!

What a wonderful way to remember him!!

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Britney Spears Wasn’t Worth The $18 Million She Wanted For X Factor

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But Britney Spears is priceless!

Apparently not to X Factor executives, as it is rumored she was DENIED a raise for a second season — and that was the push she needed to walk away from the show!

While Brit Brit has said she's leaving the X Factor gang because she wants to get back to performing, it seems she might be stretching the truth.

The little lady apparently requested a $3 million raise to return to the show — but what Britney wants, Britney doesn’t always get.

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Steven Spielberg Had No Idea People Watched Smash To Laugh At It

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Well, that's embarrassing!

Musical and television lovers world-wide had a love-hate relationship with the first season of Smash.

Part of the fun of watching the confused musical drama was complaining and joking about it with social media. Everyone knew that - or at least, everyone except the show's executive producer Steven Spielberg.

Steve, who came up with the whole idea for the show and pitched it to NBC exec Bob Greenblatt, had know idea people were laughing at his precious show.

When asked if he knew about Smash's social media phenomenon, the Lincoln director admitted: "No I didn’t."

Mildly heartbroken (we're guessing), Steve added:

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