Jessie From Saved By The Bell Is Eye Banging Her DWTS Partner Somethin’ Fierce

On October 11, 2013, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Entertainment, Movies, Music, Videos, by nadia

Elizabeth Berkley is best known for her role as Jessie Spano on the generation-defining program Saved By The Bell, but there’s no sense denying that the ghost of Showgirls still trails her everywhere she goes. Yes, even to Dancing With The Stars, where she’s currently locked in mortal combat with the likes of Snooki, Jack Osbourne, and a bunch of people we’ve never heard of.

Elizabeth Berkley is best known for her role as Jessie Spano on the generation-defining program Saved By The Bell, but there’s no sense denying that the ghost of Showgirls still trails her everywhere she goes. Yes, even to Dancing With The Stars, where she’s currently locked in mortal combat with the likes of Snooki, Jack Osbourne, and a bunch of people we’ve never heard of.


As the cast of Best Week Ever will tell you in the clip above, Elizabeth’s dance partner this season is a gentleman named Valentin Chmerkovskiy, a handsome fellow who looks a bit like someone that Mumford & Sons would have booted out of their band before they got famous so as not to distract from Marcus Mumford‘s sex appeal. Lizzie (if we may call her that) recognizes that in order to extract the maximum amount of effort out of Val, she’s gonna have to rely on her sex appeal. And, well, this week, she not only stripped Chmery down with her eyes, but proceeded to eye bang him somethin’ fierce. Unfortunately for her, it seems that he is already QUITE familiar for her unquenchable desire for furious pool sex and isn’t interested in having any anytime soon.

Don’t forget to tune-in to watch a brand-new episode of Best Week Ever tonight at 10PM/9C!

Source: Jessie From Saved By The Bell Is Eye Banging Her DWTS Partner Somethin’ Fierce

5 Reasons Why Tom Hanks Is Still The Best

On October 11, 2013, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Entertainment, Movies, Music, Videos, by nadia

Tom Hanks is getting rave reviews for his performance in Captain Phillips (out today). It’s familiar territory for the two-time Oscar winner, but after recent offerings like Cloud Atlas, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, and Larry Crowne underperformed, we began to worry about his status inside Hollywood’s golden circle

"Captain Phillips" Photo Call

Tom Hanks is getting rave reviews for his performance in Captain Phillips (out today). It’s familiar territory for the two-time Oscar winner, but after recent offerings like Cloud Atlas, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, and Larry Crowne underperformed, we began to worry about his status inside Hollywood’s golden circle. With Phillips and the forthcoming Saving Mr. Banks (he plays Walt Disney!), Hanks is poised to once again be a mainstay come awards season–and we couldn’t be happier. Nobody hits a promo circuit like Hanx.

In addition to his fine acting, Hanks continues to be one of the most adorable, endearing people in the biz. From his contributions to the internet, to his continued support for his longtime love (and aspiring rapper of a son), Hanks is the one actor we’d want to play our father in the hypothetical movie about our lives. If you’ve been sleeping on Mindy Kaling‘s rom com king, check out five reasons why Hanks is still the best.

1. He Embraces Social Media

In a pool of endless celebrity self-promotion, Hanks (or “Hanx,” as he prefers to go by online) has made himself a must-follow in the three-and-a-half-years since he joined the bluebird. Pairing self-awareness with positive punctuation, the actor provides insightful commentary about the weirdness of this business we call show. There’s also observations about the world around him and personal revelations that will go on to make headlines–but it all has that cheery, “Hanx” spin.

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Even his biography is delightfully on point: “Sometimes I’m in pretty good shape, other times I’m not. Hey, you gotta live, you know?” Oh, we know, Tom. We know.

Source: 5 Reasons Why Tom Hanks Is Still The Best

From Romeo & Juliet To Hunger Games: Why We’re In Love With Young Love

On October 11, 2013, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Entertainment, Fashion & Lifestyle, Movies, Music, Videos, by nadia

I’m not naming names, but some people in my life ask me pretty often: Why do you care about all these teen things? A reasonable question, given the fact that I’m 35, a mom and have an office jammed full of YA novels.

I’m not naming names, but some people in my life ask me pretty often: Why do you care about all these teen things? A reasonable question, given the fact that I’m 35, a mom and have an office jammed full of YA novels. I have given a lot of explanations about how the stakes feel so much higher for teenagers, which makes their drama more entertaining. Plus I don’t want to watch a bunch of 30-somethings sitting around in Brooklyn cafes — I want escape. But nothing I say can match the eloquence of Phylicia Rashad (on ANY subject). Ms. Clair Huxtable herself, whose daughter Condola is starring in Romeo and Juliet on Broadway right now (opposite Orlando Bloom) really explained it well.

“It’s innocence and the purity of love,” she said. “No matter how complex the world gets and no matter how tired we become of its complexity, we all look to love, and we love love. Yes we do.”

“When you are at that age, you are of the purest heart,” Condola Rashad added. “To see two young people fall in love in spite of everything around them is the most touching thing you can see.”

So, it’s no wonder Romeo and Juliet is also hitting the big screen once again this Friday, this time played by Douglas Booth and Hailee Steinfeld, in adaptation directed by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes. And though everyone wants to point to the tepid box office performance of Beautiful Creatures and The Mortal Instruments earlier this year, I’m not willing to discount EVERY SINGLE MOVIE that happens to feature people of that age range. Hunger Games did gangbusters last year, remember. Catching Fire could match it still. And don’t even get me started on how excited I am for Divergent, The Fault in Our Stars and Vampire Academy. Or for every Thursday night when Glee and Vampire Diaries air.

Source: From Romeo & Juliet To Hunger Games: Why We’re In Love With Young Love

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