So I awoke to find this message from one of my lady friends:
“So the Bachelor Canada is finally here and they are taking auditions!! Shall I nominate you?? Lol”
Click the link below & read the rules (so that you can bend them like Beckham) & the story found at Toronto Life.
Toronto Star – Bachelor Canada Rules
@toronto_life: If you’re having no-strings-attached sex with your roommate, you can’t be on The Bachelor Canada.
Ladies, happy hunting.
Fellas, either run like your life depends on it or get in line for the UFC main event of Canadian reality tv “romance”.
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Variety revealed today that Twilight screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg is behind the project. Rosenberg’s previous credits also included a stint as an executive producer for Dexter.
In the early part of the last decade, Alias by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos introduced former superheroine-turned-private investigator Jessica Jones to the comic book world, and gave Marvel Comics their first true “Mature Readers” title for their MAX line of comics. Now, Jessica’s finally set to come to TV, and it appears she’ll beat The Hulk to television screens. It won’t be called Alias, though.
I’m a big fan of the Jessica Jones character and have followed her from book to book (Alias, The Pulse, New Avengers) and would be very happy to see her in live action on a televised show that would allow her to grow.
Follow to article via: AKA Jessica Jones: ABC Takes On Another Alias.
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Who wants to see Gwyneth Paltrow singing Cee-Lo’s “Forget You” from next Tuesday’s episode of Glee?
Well EW has your first look at Paltrow’s duet with the kids from New Directions. To give you some context, Gwyneth is playing Holly Holliday, a substitute teacher who fills in for a sick Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) in the episode, which is directed by series co-creator Ryan Murphy.
Follow the link to see the video:
‘Glee’: Gwyneth Paltrow sings Cee-Lo’s ‘Forget You’ (Exclusive Video) | EW.com.