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Bieber May Be Making Little Biebers (Blech), Plus George Clooney's Choice for Best Man

By Geek Girl Diva | Pajiba Love | June 19, 2014 |

By Geek Girl Diva | Pajiba Love | June 19, 2014 |

Just gonna use Rebecca Pahle’s actual headline, because it’s perfection — Turns Out Harrison Ford Broke His Leg on the Set of Star Wars, But He’s Fine Now — We’re all fine here, now… how are you? (TMS)

This new Game Of Thrones opening video mashup knows why we all watch the show. Dinklage. (Nerd Approved)

Justin Bieber may have gotten two girls pregnant. The idea that anyone had unprotected sex with him (condoms only break so often) just made me throw up in my mouth a little. (DListed)

George Clooney’s aunt says Brad Pitt will be George’s best man, but Lainey is smacking that theory down and bringing in the logical choice. (Lainey Gossip)

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson opens up about depression to The Hollywood Reporter. I wish I had something better to say than … I love him so much right now. (Celebitchy)

When I first read Dustin’s headline for this, I thought a high-level celebrity literally got on their knees in front of Aaron Paul. But this is just as good. (WG)

I never really realized how many outstanding teen movies came out in the same year, but 1999 was a watershed year for the subgenre. (Flavorwire)

This one is for the GoT book readers who love to watch the non-book readers watch Game Of Thrones. You sick, twisted f*cks. (You Tube)

Cameron Diaz had someone vacuum seal this dress onto her. That’s my new working theory. (GFY)

Check out this vagina supercut from Orange Is The New Vagina. It’s vagina-tastic! (Vulture)

Wes Anderson’s choice to put a birthmark on Agatha in The Grand Budapest Hotel is being questioned by a gal with the same kind of birthmark. In a very thoughtful way. (The Film Rejects)

Sjfromsj says that while Tell the Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt is not a YA novel, it’s written from a teenager’s point of view, so that comes with all the frustrations of teenagers being dense and naive and unreliable narrators. Though she was a little disappointned in Brunt’s debut novel, Sjfromsj will still check out more from her. (Cannonbal Read 6)

Because I promised more Supernatural. Proof that the SPN fandom has a GIF for everything. (Buzzfeed)

Finally, I share this video of animals dancing to Salt N Pepa’s “Push It.” If you don’t watch it and chair dance a little, you may be dead to me from today on. So, push play and enjoy. (Happy Place)

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