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It’s April Fools’ Day. So all kinds of pranks are showing up on the internet. Oxford Dictionaries is getting in on it too. Most of them are kind of lame. But then there’s this one, a new verb: Leo, verb to achieve something after years of trying: “I feel like I’ve Leoed this morning; I finally passed my driving test. Full Story
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What do Johnny Depp, Rita Wilson, Russell Crowe, Kevin Bacon, Dennis Quaid, Billy Bob Thornton, Kevin Costner, Scarlett Johansson and Kiefer Sutherland have in common? The music, man. Kiefer is the latest to join the “Um, Why?” club with his new country music single and video, Not Enough Whiskey. Full Story
What a perfect way to break for the long weekend… Mimi performed in London last night. I’ve heard from several of you who were at the show. The general consensus – she was basically on time (half an hour late is practically early by Mimi standards, come on), talked about herself a lot, celebrated herself the whole time, and couldn’t wait to get the f-ck off the stage at the 90 minute mark because why not work the bare minimum but make the most maximum cash? Oh I’m sorry… Did you expect Mimi to sing for you for almost three hours like Bruce Springsteen? If you did, you haven’t been taking notes. Full Story
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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – when you email or tweet at me because Mimi’s in the news and I come to mind, thank you so much. It might be my greatest career achievement. To somehow, in some small way, be associated with our Glitter Butterfly, the Elusive Chanteuse…who, apparently, will be elusive no more because… She’s working on a reality show? Let’s just all lie down for a moment and process this before we continue. Full Story