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Darren Criss Dishes About Manscaping His Junk With Chris Colfer In HIGHlarious Glee Promo!

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To trim or not to trim…that is the question!

Darren Criss and Chris Colfer sat down to give each other a lightning fast interview as part of a promo for Glee, and in it, Darren was asked if he manscapes his man parts or lets it all grow out "au natural!"

Want to know whether Darren makes pubes his newbs, or has no care about his hair? We don't want spoil the surprise, you'll have to watch for yourself.

While you have the pleasant task of imagining Darren's peen, ch-ch-check out the quick fire interview (above)!!!

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Mandy Moore Wants To Shave It All Off!

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Mandy Moore? Without hair?!

Well, not quite yet!

The former Tangled actress spilled to People about her desire to cut her beautiful locks:

“I’ve always wanted to really cut my hair, like, super, super short. I did once. I’ve always thought about shaving my head too. That’s always intrigued me.

I kind of feel that way a lot, but I don’t necessarily act upon it all the time. Baby steps, I guess.”

It sounds like a tough decision to make, but if that's what you want then we’d totes be supportive, Mandy!

And it sounds like your hubby, Ryan Adams wouldn’t mind it either!

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Neil Patrick Harris Is Ready To Tuck Himself Into Hedwig And The Angry Inch

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If there’s anyone we'd like to see make an Inch into something bigger, it’s Neil Patrick Harris!

As we reported last month, the Emmy Award-winning actor will be taking his talents back to Broadway to star in next year’s production of one of our personal faves, Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

So how does NPH plan to prep for the all the AH-mazing singing/dancing/gender bending the show requires? He said this weekend at the premiere of his new movie, The Smurfs 2:

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Ryan Lochte Takes Shaving To A Whole New Level

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We'd love to help Ryan Lochte shave his chest…or head…or legs… or whatever else he needs shaving.

Especially with these AH-mazing gold plated and diamond-encrusted Gillette razors that were just given to the Olympic swimmer.

Not only does he enjoy putting sparkling grills in his mouth, but now Lochte has been given the ultimate gift by one of his favorite sponsors.

He tweeted

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Gillette's Subtle New Way To Remind You To Shave

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Yep, they went there.

BBDO, a German marketing and advertising agency, were hired by Gillette to come up with a creative way to get people to shave and this is it.

They ended up placing thousands of these custom towels on grassy public areas, which won them a Media Bronze Lion for "best use of ambient media, small scale."

Go figure.

But the real question remains: did Germans take the hint???

Ha!

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Behold Excalibeard! Watch Will Ferrell Attack Conan's Face On Conan!

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It's been a very long time since we had a hearty chuckle brought on by the musings of Will Ferrell. We forgot how wonderful it feels!

Last night, Will was on Conan to promote his new movie - except he wasn't at all. He was a man on a MAD mission. He agreed to appear on Conan O'Brien's show to talk about his new movie, oh yes, but he had a far GREATER plan in place, one that involved removing the iconic whiskers that adorn Conan's face.

Yes, he wished to rid the world of Conan's ginger beard and he would not rest until he had succeeded.

So, did he? We don't want to ruin it for you…you'll have to watch to find out!

Check out the video (above) to see the HIGHlarious ordeal Conan went through at the hand of Will!

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Mattel Releases Waxing/Shaving Doll, Causes Controversy

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Really, Mattel? You thought this was a good idea?

Mattel has released a new Monster High doll named Clawdeen Wolf, who is VERY focused on her looks, and spends the majority of her time “waxing, plucking and shaving.”

Here's how the "teen werewolf doll's" character description reads:

“My hair is worthy of a shampoo commercial, and that’s just what grows on my legs. Plucking and shaving is definitely a full-time job but that’s a small price to pay for being scarily fabulous."

Wow. Here's what human behavior and body image expert Patrick Wanis had to say about the doll:

“These dolls are training girls to feel ashamed of their bodies, to focus on being sexually appealing and sexually attractive from a pre-pubescent age. By sexualizing these young girls, corporations also create another avenue to market and sell more products to a younger demographic. These dolls also promote skimpiness of clothing, encouraging a young girl to dress like a stripper and believe that they must be sexually enticing to everyone around them.”

More from clinical psychologist Sari Shepphird:

“Young girls especially do not need a doll to point out physical flaws or encourage body image preoccupation in teens and young girls. Dolls are for play and escape and pleasure, and they should not be another source of criticism for young girls these days. It used to be that dolls were part of childhood and represented and offered an extension of innocence, but now some dolls are encouraging the opposite of innocence.”

And more from body image expert/Love Your Body, Love Your Life author Sarah Maria:

“Mattel is essentially promoting and encouraging the belief in young girls that they need to sculpt, tweeze, wax, and otherwise change their bodies in order to be considered attractive to men. Please, drop the hypocrisy. A Mattel spokesperson has the audacity to claim the Monster High dolls are celebrating imperfections and accepting imperfections in others. Excuse me? If these dolls are about self-acceptance and acceptance of others, how about leaving some hair on the body?”

Here's what a Mattel spokesperson had to say about the Monster High dolls:

“Monster High was the number one best selling new fashion doll of 2010 according to NPD and is resonating with teen and tween girls. Grounded in a clever and humorous storytelling, Monster High characters deliver a positive message of celebrating ones imperfections and embracing those of others.”

Sorry Mattel, but we're NOT gonna be able to side with you on this one. You've come up with a cute concept, but your approach to it is SERIOUSLY twisted and NOT child-appropriate.

Who do U side with? Team Mattel or Team Everyone Else?

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