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Oopsie! January Jones Went to a Party and Left with Someone Else's Fiancé

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | March 7, 2013 |

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | March 7, 2013 |

Looks like Taylor Swift may soon have competition in the bad break-up song category. January Jones recently attended a pre-Oscar party and walked out with a little extra arm adornment. But let me clarify: January Jones is not a slut; nor is Liam Hemsworth, nor Emma Watson. And if Miley and Liam break up, I blame everyone equally. (Celebitchy)

Jones’ “Mad Men” castmate Christina Hendricks was just signed as the lead in an adaptation of Joan Didion’s A Book of Common Prayer. Hendricks will star as Charlotte Douglas, reunited with her estranged 19 year old daughter in a South American country on the verge of revolution. (Vulture)

Best.Cover.Ever. Michael Douglas as Liberace and Matt Damon as his lover. (via Celebitchy)


The Shat started his own subreddit. The man is 81 mothereffin’ years old and technology has nothing on him—evidenced by his recent contest win to name one of Pluto’s moons. (via Twitter)

Little Oscar is supposed to be enjoying this ride, but I’m not entirely sure? (via Neatorama)

Even if, like me, you never got into the whole Dungeons and Dragons thing, you probably know someone who has—either way, this is a supercool engagement ring. You can watch the totally tissue-appropriate proposal here. (Unreality)


In other geekalicious news, read how excited Neil Gaiman was to take on classic “Doctor Who” villains, the Cybermen. The author wrote a “huge episode” for Matt Smith, who according to producer Caro Skinner, delivered a brilliant performance. (SFX)


Have a look at Aaron Paul, Dean Norris, Bob Odenkirk and Bryan Cranston on the set of the final eight “Breaking Bad” episodes, *sob* bitches. Oh, we like it! (Breaking Bad)

So these promos for Justin Timberlake’s upcoming SNL stint (March 9th) look about as funny as the rest of this season…which is to say, not at all. Get it the fork together, SNL. (NBC)

But the piss poor season isn’t keeping the talent away—Melissa McCarthy will host again April 6th. (Hollywood Reporter)

To get along or not to get along, that is the question. Alec Baldwin and Shia LaBeouf publicly state their answers. (Celebitchy)

Lack of work seems to have sent Cuba Gooding Jr. off the deep end. The Oscar winner has a party alter ego who goes by the name of Dick McWilly, and tells stories no one wants to hear. (Uproxx)

Do you get headaches after drinking red wine? Rejoice! The solution to your drinking woes is easy—take a pill! (“Fridays,” anyone?) *Note: I am not a medical professional. I am not any kind of doctor, real or imagined. You probably shouldn’t listen to anything I say. (Lifehacker)

Here’s your mandatory animal video of the day, Dramatic Apple Cat. Warning: It’s dramatic. (via Boing Boing):

And finally, I leave you with what may be one of the coolest roundtables you’ll ever watch.
In 1988, Icelandic journalist Magnus Magnusson hosted this fascinating discussion between Steven Hawking, Arthur C. Clarke and Carl Sagan. They cover, among other things, the start of our universe, the concept of time and the feasibility of time travel. (via io9)

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