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Rob Lowe celebrated his 50th birthday last month. I can’t believe he’s that old. Golden never looked so good.

The former Parks and Recreation actor appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show yesterday to promote his memoir, Love Life. Some of the juicy tidbits include almost hooking up with Madonna and his first gay kiss. Just in case you were wondering, Evan Handler was the lucky recipient of that on Showtime’s Californication.

During all the obligatory talk about his book, DeGeneres surprised the actor with a montage of his sexiest moments in film. Not surprisingly, most of them are focused during his 80s and 90s hey day. He was such a pretty boy back in the day. For all you youngins who weren’t alive during those decades, watch the video below to witness how fine Rob was in his 20s.

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Who knew Emma Stone was such a hardcore Spice Girls fangirl? I assumed the slight waterworks displayed when Scary Spice greeted her via video was simply an exaggerated act put on for Aussie audiences. I assumed wrong. The 25-year-old actress wasn’t joking.

During a promotional stop on Jimmy Kimmel, she revealed her given name was Emily but changed it to Emma because Baby Spice was her favorite. She also displayed a unique talent. Girlfriend is an expert forger. At least when it comes to copying each Spice Girl’s autograph. She even does it from memory. Someone seriously had lots of time on their hands in their bedroom as a girl. Now we know why she performed that scene in Easy A so perfectly.

Meanwhile, over at The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Stone was joined with her Amazing Spider-Man 2 co-stars for a game of Never Have I Ever. Not surprisingly, she’s the most prude among the trio. Check out both vids below.

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A few weeks ago, rumor has it a man proposed to his girlfriend on the Long Island Rail Road. Inspired by the classic scene in Say Anything, this man played Justin Timberlake’s “Not A Bad Thing” to pop the big question. Having heard this, Timberlake enlisted two documentary filmmakers to search for the couple. The music video, in essence, doubles as a missed connection Craigslist ad.

The visual also features other couples sharing their thoughts on love, marriage and their relationships as well as putting their two cents about the unidentified engaged couple. Sadly, after scouring the streets of NYC with flyers and speaking to various radio shows, the film ends with an unsatisfying “To Be Continued” sign. JT premiered the clip on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Check it out below.

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It’s become somewhat of a tradition now. Whenever an engaged lady visits Ellen DeGeneres, the daytime talk show host bestows a sexy gift to her guest. Why Sofia Vergara only received one strapping stud instead of multiple men is a crime. The Modern Family actress and viewers want (and deserve) more.

As much as I love buff guys gyrating their hips with no shirt, the highlight of Sofia’s visit was a commercial she filmed with Ellen. The two ladies are both CoverGirl models but have never appeared in the same ad… until now. The duo participated in a hilarious faux ad for the German market. It reminded me somewhat of SNL’s vintage Sprockets sketches. Check it out below, along with Sofia’s bachelorette striptease.

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Even though they claim their video wasn’t made specifically to get them on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Cream Pies found themselves hanging out with the talk show host on Wednesday’s show. Bill Reilich, Stevie Brock, Dan Burtenshaw and Dan Cox performed their viral hit, “We Love You, Ellen” and received a trip to Las Vegas with accommodations at the Cosmopolitan Hotel for their troubles.

Super buff Reilich delivered his lyrics in a crop top provided by DeGeneres This dude is seriously jacked. How does one even get that big and that cut? Insane. Watch the clip below to find out how these childhood friends decided on their group name, came up with the idea for the video and more.

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The Cream Pies bill themselves as “a group of 4 devilishly handsome lifelong friends who make passionate and hilarious hip hop music together.” No disrespect to the other three, but it’s all about the guy above. WOOF, muscle daddy. If you think that above visual is hot, wait til you see what’s lurking underneath that grey tee. It’s everything and then some.

The hip hop quartet group recorded a song for Ellen DeGeneres, aptly titled, “We Love You, Ellen.” They swear it’s not an attempt to get on her show (I call BS), but a sincere and honest tribute to her awesomeness. That may be, but I’m sure once Ellen’s people see this, they’ll be asked to perform this ditty on an upcoming episode. Check out the music video below.

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Lone Survivor co-stars Taylor Kitsch and Mark Wahlberg dropped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to promote their film, opening this weekend. Since both actors trained with the Navy Seals for their roles, DeGeneres challenged the boys to compete in an obstacle course. The winner of the race would not only win bragging rights, but also a $10,000 check furnished by ShutterFly to support their charity of choice.

With Kitsch being a decade younger than Wahlberg, one would naturally give the Canadian the edge. At one point, it’s neck-in-neck but one handily prevailed. In the end, it really didn’t matter who won since both chose the same charity to support, The Lone Survivor Fund. Watch the video below to find out who won.

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Lea Michele dropped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show for the third time on Thursday. In addition to promoting her debut single “Cannonball,” the 27-year-old opened up about dealing with Cory Monteith’s untimely death. She reveals how Kate Hudson, Ryan Murphy and her mom all helped her deal with her grief just days after her loss.

“She was so wonderful to basically give me her home to myself and my family,” Michele said Hudson. “It was so helpful to just, basically, have a safe place to process, and just have a minute to just breathe before getting back to my house with just has a lot of memories and stuff. So being some place else to just have a moment was really nice.”

On a lighter note, Michele performed her soon-to-be hit single live for the first time. The more I hear “Cannonball,” the more I get hooked. With that being said, I found it hard to separate Lea from her alter ego Rachel Berry during her performance. Am I alone in thinking this? Check out her number below along with her interview.

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