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Now, this FETCH!!! Tina Fey reunites with her Mean Girls to pose for several epic photos for Entertainment Weekly’s annual Reunions issue. Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Lindsay Lohan and Fey all look stunning in their coordinated gold and champagne gowns. When asked about a potential sequel to the cult favorite, the 30 Rock actress said the following:

“At the time we did want to start the conversation about the sequel, and for whatever reason I was like, “No!!! We shouldn’t do that!” Now I look back and I’m like, “Why?” But now, no—it’s too late now.”

As fabulous as their reunion is, the publication also snagged several other impressive reunions. With an all-female Ghostbusters flick in the works, the original stars Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Dan Aykroyd, Ivan Reitman, Ernie Hudson, and Annie Potts also talked about old times. The men of Monty Python, ladies of Sisters (love that show), The Fabulous Baker Boys, Little House On The Prairie, Napoleon Dynamite and Sports Night also walked down memory lane. Check out some of the photos below.

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The numbers are in… and they’re huge. Taylor Swift moved a whopping 1.287 million copies of 1989 during its first week. Swift’s fifth studio album easily topped the Billboard 200 albums chart and netted the largest sales week for an album since 2002. It’s also her career best, passing Red‘s total of 1.208 million

1989 is the 24-year-old’s fourth No. 1 album, following Red (in 2012), Speak Now (2010) and Fearless (2008). Before the final numbers were tallied, there was some speculation she could pass Britney Spears’ 1.319 million bow of Oops!… I Did It Again in 2000. Had she done so, she would’ve set the record for highest first-week album sales tally by a female artist. It’s quite impressive she came close given declining numbers for album sales these days.

Taylor did however score a record of her own. She becomes the only act to earn three, million-selling opening weeks for an album. Both Red and Speak Now notched million plus opening frames with 1.208 million and 1.047 million respectively. It’s clear, Swifties remained loyal to their queen despite going full pop.

check out more facts courtesy of Billboard after the jump


Lifetime recently canceled Witches Of East End after two seasons. I quite enjoyed the first season based on the book series following the Beauchamp family of witches, but the show suffered creatively during its sophomore year. Not surprisingly, this resulted in a ratings decline. The first season averaged 1.67 million viewers, but dropped in its second outing to 1.13 million.

Even though, the show focused on the women, the one thing I’ll miss about the show is the high concentration of hot men. Why do you think I tuned in even when the storylines began to bore me. In honor of its cancellation, I thought I’d put the sexy guys, who are now unemployed, in the spotlight.

check out the guys after the jump


As she infamously sang previously, “A diva is a female version of a hustler,” and hustle she did. Beyonce worked her ass off last year and it paid off. She tops Forbes annual list of the Top Earning Women In Music. She takes over Madonna who earned Forbes’ honor last year with $125 million. Surprisingly, Madge didn’t make the Top 10 cut on this year’s list.

With Queen Bey’s multi-platinum surprise album, successful solo and joint tour which consisted of 95 concerts, along with lucrative endorsement deals with H&M and Pepsi, she raked in a whopping $115 million over the past 12 months. Her most successful year to date. The 33-year-old mogul generated almost doubled what the runner-up earned. Check out the rest of the Top 10 below.

check out the Top 10 after the jump


From the director of District 9 and Elysium, comes a tale about one machine’s journey to be his own man. Chappie is another sci-fi flick from Neill Blomkamp set in a futuristic version of South Africa.

Chappie, voiced by Blomkamp’s frequent collaborator Sharlto Copley, is a robot with a mind and innocence of a child. He’s the first robot with the ability to think and feel for himself. Due to his naivety, he’s manipulated by local gangsters into doing their criminal bidding.

Dev Patel plays a Geppetto-like father figure to Chappie. He along with South African rappers Die Antwoord who play themselves attempt to guide Chappie in the right direction. Hugh Jackman is an anti-A.I. emissary on a mission to turn the titular robot into scrap metal.

Chappie hits theaters on March 6, 2015. In my opinion, it’s Artificial Intelligence meets E.T. meets Pinocchio. It looks surprisingly heartwarming. At least that’s the vibe I get from the first trailer. Check it out below.

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Holy eff where did this come from? Whoever in Nick Jonas’ camp came up with this brilliant idea needs a raise stat!!! This is fan-friggin-tastic!!!

The 22-year-old singer is currently climbing the charts with his infectious hit, “Jealous.” The track is sensational in its own right, but when you add a sassy rising female R&B singer to the mix, it reaches new heights. Tinashe, whom I absolutely adore, serves up some killer ad libs with her silky voice.

This needs to hit iTunes immediately and an accompanying music video as well. Their harmonies are perfection. An official release would do both singers some good. Until a high quality version of this killer remix surfaces, check out a low-quality radio rip below. Even in its raw form, you can tell this has potential to be a monstrous hit.

UPDATE: As hoped, the high quality full version is killer. I have no doubt with this now an official remix, “Jealous” will climb even further on the charts. Hell, it might even do some damage on the R&B charts. Give it a listen below.

check out the audio after the jump


If she ever gets tired of her day job, Lorde could definitely find permanent work curating soundtracks. Every track that’s premiered so far off The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has been spot on. Each has conveyed a sense of melancholy fittingly perfect for Katniss Everdeen’s revolution. The latest track continues the somber trend.

Ever since Nic featured CHVRCHES as a rising artist, I’ve been a fan of the Scottish trio. From their original tracks to their sensational covers, the group has won me over with each new offering. Frontwoman Lauren Mayberry’s vocals over the airy synths of “Dead Air” is pure perfection. Dare I say, it’s the best track so far off the soundtrack. Even better than the Kiwi singer’s “Yellow Flicker Beat.” Sorry Lorde ;) Give it a listen below.

listen to the track after the jump


Can you imagine learning how to bottom in a classroom setting at some fancy Ivy League school? Imagine no more. As part of its annual Sex Week, Harvard University is offering a class called, “What What in the Butt: Anal Sex 101,” discussing all the fundamentals of anal sex. Sounds delicious ;)

read the course description after the jump

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