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Actor-Musician Johnny Depp Is 'Sickened' By Actor-Musicians

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 20, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 20, 2015 |

The Fug Girls have done another retrospective to open our eyes to the fashion black hole that was 2005. What is even happening on Jennifer Garner’s body? (GFY)

The Broad City broads got all gussied up in some amazing Dumb and Dumber tuxes because they’re classy and don’t care who knows it. (Vulture)

If you spent the 90s wondering how much it would cost to have a dance party with TLC, the answer is $2,500. The band has launched a Kickstarter campaign to make a new album and the perks are hilarious and wonderful. (Daily Dot)

Justin Bieber has apparently now done enough stupid stuff to lol his way through his own Comedy Central Roast. I thought the whole point of those was that they’re only funny if we all really respect the person. (AV Club)

Jennifer Aniston called herself “the number one snubbed” of the Oscar noms this year. Ummm, Ava DuVernay, David Oyelowo, and everyone involved with The Lego Movie would like a word. (Celebitchy)

Wouldn’t it be nice if playing a gay character weren’t still considered “risky” for an established, in-demand actor? Kevin Hart isn’t even close to the only actor who feels this way. (Lainey)

If anyone ever questions your claim to read Playboy for the articles, you can always point to this incredibly personal, fascinating 1965 interview with Martin Luther King Jr. for validity. (Gawker)

Johnny Depp is “sickened” thinks it’s gross when actors try to use their fame to launch a music career. Right, because if he weren’t a movie star, he still totally would have been able to play guitar with Aerosmith, Eddie Vedder, Tom Petty, and every other superstar he’s performed with. (DListed)

Here are 23 random facts about 23 of this year’s Oscar nominees. (Phactual)

And here are four brilliant movies that couldn’t be included in that list, because they weren’t nominated for a single Oscar. (Unreality)

Partway through Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz, Sara Habein got an inkling that the story would shake out a certain way but dismissed it as too obvious. Lo and behold, that was the resolution after all. Maybe it was some sort of meta-commentary on the nature of Sherlock stories in general, but it left Sara flat. Have you read this one? (Cannonball Read 7)

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