The 2023 Oscar nominations were unveiled today, and "Everything Everywhere All at Once" leads the way with 11 nominations. Entertainment Tonight co-host Kevin Frazier joins CBS News with the highlights.
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Jay Leno's Garage ran for seven seasons on CNBC. Thankfully, it seems the YouTube channel is unaffected.
"Who Says A Little Coochie Lip Ruins A Look?" — Women Who Bought The Skims Micro Bralette And Thong Are Sharing Their Thoughts
"I see a lot of people joking about how much this piece would cover, and I think we all need to accept that just because things don't fit us the way they fit Kendall Jenner, doesn't mean they look absurd or comical — they look just as hot. Who says a little coochie lip ruins a look? Or some visible areola? Not me!"
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Some commenters replied the theory has already been debunked, but others were convinced.
- Country Living
Following the renewal of Paramount+ series "Criminal Minds: Evolution", fans are demanding answers whether Matthew Gray Gubler and Daniel Henney will return.
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'Infinity Pool' stars Mia Goth and Alexander Skarsgård on the bonkers X-rated scenes that shocked Sundance
The Brandon Cronenberg-directed film features explicit sex scenes and unnerving acts of violence.
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We Tried To Tell Y'all About Triflin' Amy Robach. Now, She's Allegedly Playing Victim Regarding T.J. Holmes' Past [UPDATED]
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- Entertainment Weekly
Viewers can expect the show to adapt the main events from The Last of Us Part II.
Nick Cannon shows off his moves alongside Monroe and Moroccan in the sweet family TikTok
- The Telegraph
“It’s all right if you need to move that closer,” Brendan Fraser says, pointing at my dictaphone. The 54-year-old star of the Mummy franchise and George of the Jungle might have built his career on swashbuckling raucousness, but these days, vocal cord surgery has left his voice hushed and hoarse.
The Fire Country creator just teased an upcoming death, but who could it be?
- Entertainment Weekly
"I worry about what it's going to be," the Oscar winner says of a remake of her 1968 film.
Hulu's boss just recently gave an update on The Orville's Season 4 fate, and I just don't know what to think anymore.
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Slash talks new book, childhood with Joni Mitchell, how he 'stumbled into' playing guitar, and why Guns N' Roses would probably get 'canceled in this day and age'
The GNR star could've written a juicy memoir filled with sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll, but he's instead telling his life story in a unique way — through the backstories of his many cherished guitars.
TikTok sensation Dylan Mulvaney shares the results of her facial feminization surgery with fans and followers on social media, and they love what they see.
YouTube influencer sparks outrage saying ‘if you don’t have a Lamborghini in your 20s, you should have a ‘serious’ talk with yourself’
He claims to have made $8 million in just 6 years.
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Want to buy your own Batmobile in Delaware? Here's one that you can check out.
- Woman's Day
Recently, Fixer Upper star Joanna Gaines and one of her daughters posed for selfies on a particularly windy day in Waco, Texas, and, well, the results were amazing.
- Good Housekeeping
'Today' show co-host Savannah Guthrie captured people's attention when she wore a Valentine's Day-themed dress to a January taping of the NBC morning show.
HBO Max’s ‘Velma’ sees 127% popularity spike as it becomes worst-rated animated show in IMBD's history
“Velma,” Mindy Kaling’s highly controversial and poorly received “Scooby-Doo” spin-off, has managed to beat “The Last of Us” in popularity this week, a recent analytic report revealed. “Velma,” which premiered on HBO Max on Jan. 12, received mixed to negative reviews from critics and overwhelmingly negative reviews from viewers, with the animated adult series receiving an audience score of 6% on Rotten Tomatoes and an abysmal rating of 1.3 stars on IMDB, which earned it the ignominy of being the worst-rated animated show in the site's history this week. Despite its negative reception, “Velma” still encountered a higher-than-average demand on HBO Max.
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Laguna Beach’s Kristin Cavallari apologized to Stephen Colletti on the Jan. 24 episode of their Back to the Beach podcast after realizing she was unfaithful to her co-star.