Lady Gaga appeared with Cyndi Lauper on “Good Morning America” yesterday to promote their new line of lipstick which benefits AIDS causes — and, while I’ve never exactly been a fan — I don’t believe I’ve ever really heard Lady Gaga speak before. But? I think I kinda love her now. (Celebitchy)
What’s the only thing better than Jessica Alba? Two Jessica Albas. (The Playlist)
Roger Ebert famously defended the godawful Nicolas Cage movie Knowing, and here’s a possible reason why. Holy Jesus, even I didn’t know the full extent of his surgeries and complications. (Agent Bedhead)
Even though she’s kind of a vegan buzzkill now, part of me will always love Alicia Silverstone so I’m rather excited to hear that she’s going to be in a new non-Twilight vampire movie. (Bloody Disgusting)
Toy Story 3 is going to feature a flamboyant Ken doll-type character, as well as countless stereotypical gay jokes, most likely. (Screen Junkies)
For Valentine’s Day, here is your complete guide to erotic gifts. (PW)
John Mayer made a string of insanely racist comments in his much-ballyhooed Playboy interview that came out online yesterday, and now he’s trying to do damage control in the only way he knows how: Long windedly. (Litelysalted)
This is THE BEST THING. George Clooney: As a child. Ha ha ha ha. No wonder dude is overcompensating now. (Unreality)
HBO is premiering a new “Funny or Die” sketch comedy-type show on HBO next weekend, and although most of the sketches will probably suck, there is a guarantee of at least one new “drunk history.” Score! (Warming Glow)
Jennifer Garner and Jessica Biel might actually be considering a big screen version of “Laverne and Shirley.” Yep, that oughta end well. (Cinematical)
Anna Von B sent this in earlier this week but I’m just getting around to posting it now. I don’t really know how to summarize it other than: Teeny tiny, crocheted, ukulele-playing animals. (Cute Overload)
The Winter Olympics are boring for the most part, so here are some Michael Bay-esque ways of spicing them up. (Holy Taco)
Here are some favorite drum songs, from the perspective of a drummer. (Audiosuede)
OK, there is actually a product that exists called a “Hoodie-Footie Snuggle Suit,” and the only reason I haven’t already ordered one is because they cost $50 bucks and my boyfriend would probably never have sex with me ever again. (DListed)
Poor Beaker, with his lack of fully formed vocal chords and all, tries his hand at “Dust in the Wind.” Thanks, TK!
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