Liam Neeson Worries About Losing the Mystery and Wonder of Sex ... I Am Certain I Can Help Him Sort It Out
Speaking of me-ow, last night at the People's Choice Awards, Olivia Munn pulled a Kanye when Taylor Swift accepted her Country Music Artist award. Oh girl, there's another song for your next CD. (Hollywood Life)
I know it's wrong, but I love the Shat and I can't help myself, I love this dumb Priceline commercial featuring Kaley Cuoco as his abandoned daughter. (via Huffpo)
Even though I refuse to acknowledge the J.J. Abrams entries as real Star Trek movies, some of you might want to go behind the scenes of Star Trek Into Darkness. (Avid via io9) I do not condone this activity, but I will turn away if you have to go.
From nerds to turds...embattled cyclist Lance Armstrong is apparently ready to discuss the doping scandal, loss of his titles, and hopefully, the recent report that he'll admit to using drugs so that he might be able to compete again. The interview with Oprah Winfrey will be live streamed in all its non-glory next Thursday at 9 pm Eastern on Oprah.com, or you can watch on OWN. (HuffPo)
Let's leave all that ugliness behind; look at pretty, pretty, single Liam Neeson. Okay, so maybe I've misconstrued his comments to The Catholic Herald, but he seems to be worried about society separating sex from love. I should probably drop him a line, because I love sex! See how easy that was? (Irish Central)
Hey look! Over here! It's Buffy...in the Stone Temple Pilots' Sour Girl video. The Slayer is one of nine music videos (you may not have seen) featuring famous actors (Unreality).
Speaking of actresses who've appeared in music videos, want to know how Courteney Cox has keeps herself looking so
immobile youthful? She calls it the wave of the future...lasers. You, too can have little, tiny baby hands. (Celebitchy)
My grandfather was Norwegian, but I never saw him sending out a remote controlled helicopter to spy on a moose, just for a laugh. Then again, he didn't have a remote controlled helicopter. (Boing Boing via Uproxx)
And as my grandfather always said, "First you laugh, then you dance!." Okay, he didn't really say that, but I'm trying to get from a to b here, so work with me. The bossman found a positively righteous video of the "Game of Thrones" kids beatboxing the show's intro, and it's worth at least five listens and bustin' a move. (Uproxx)