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by Erin Darling [11 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

I know that there are many people out there who adore little Miley Cyrus,  but this is the  musical story of a fan who went a little too far…Enjoy our latest You Tube find, a parody of “7 Things”

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by David Yi [11 Jan 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

Missed yesterday’s “SNL?” The former medical prodigy and current sex-fiend on “How I Met Your Mother,” was a hit on the NBC show, especially his “broadway” sketch.
Watch it here:

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by David Yi [11 Jan 2009 | One Comment | ]
Wanna Be On Top (For the 12th Cycle?)

Yesterday, there were leaked photos of the 12th Cycle of Tyra’s infamous “America’s Next Top Model” circulating around the Web.
In the photo, we see a very hefty extremely normal, healthy, and non-walrus-like Tyra in a souped-up ballerina outfit, her hair curled and whispy, lips pursed, both juicy and chicken grease-y glossy in front of a few “Top Model” hopefuls.  
If the 11th Cycle had a real-life tranny, the 10th Cycle’s winner a truly plus-sized winner, and past episodes with crazy, queeny, campy, over-the-top antics from The Tyra (one episode had her channeling a futuristic …

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by David Yi [11 Jan 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Why We’ll Never Talk to Rumer Willis

As Rumer Willis hits the Golden Globes tonight as one of the presenters, we at THE POP FIX must confess that we’ll probably never have the chance to talk to the young potato head starlet. Ever.
We’re kind of on Ms. pumpkinface’s   Willis’s publicist’s shank list.
And how did we get on her publicist’s shank list?
A simple email where we mistakenly wrote “JACK BLACK” in the body of an email to Rumer Willis.
The subject line was fine and cordial, “INQUIRY for RUMER WILLIS,” but we accidentally copied and pasted another email to Jack Black into one addressed to …

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by David Yi [11 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]
A “Bride War” is Nothing Against “Gran Torino”

Orange tans, blue hair, crazed women screeching in sync, this is nothing new for us Angelenos–a typical day on the streets of Melrose.
So what did Twentieth Century Fox feel when their movie with two of Hollywood’s hottest actresses, Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway, was snubbed the #1 box office spot from a 78-year-old man?
Congrats Mr. Eastwood. Your movie about hunting down young Asian thugs with your piercing, droopy eyes, is a hell of a lot better than a movie about women who would ever think of putting their weddings in the …

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by thepopfix [11 Jan 2009 | One Comment | ]
Fergie and Josh Duhamel Tie the Knot. Ladies, Feel Free to Cry

Fergie-Ferg and Josh Duhamel got married this weekend in Malibu and a lot of you already knew that, but let me illuminate something you probably did not know despite your pop-culture savvy…

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by Patrick McDonald [11 Jan 2009 | 5 Comments | ]
how to get your ex boyfriend crazy

I lay in bed with my eyes half open, philosophizing. The thrumming fan above me played as if it were a cinematic soundtrack to my prolific thoughts. Then I realized how dreadfully inane my thoughts were, how much my head ached from the unfiltered alcohol, how my hangover saturated every fiber of my being. And then the panic set. I had so many tasks to accomplish today, so many unfinished from the night before, and, like an avalanche, I was regretting the whole essence of my life. A sickening feeling emerged in the pit of my stomach, half from the hangover and half from the incessant thoughts of failure. It told me how I didn’t send out resumes for a job yesterday. It told me how I spent way too much money at Casey’s Bar and Grill the night before. It told me how I still have two parking tickets festering on my car’s dashboard. But then I embraced the despair because it reminded you how irrevocably human I was. Despite all those regrets, at least I could change them. Remember the old adage from second grade: “we all make mistakes, but what’s really important is how we learn from them.” I don’t think our second grade teachers ever dreamed of a system in which photos, videos, and links could be uploaded for the world to see. A documented mistake is much harder to learn from when it becomes an indelible mark on the way people perceive you. Facebook can broadcast your mistake and I have a perfect anecdote to help clarify this point…