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Yes Or No?  Does This Picture Prove Nicki Minaj Has Butt Implants? 

 

 

To quote NICKI MINAJ's own hit song "Anaconda" . . . Oh my God . . . Look at her butt!

 

 

Seriously . . . Nicki performed at the "Fashion Rocks" concert in New York earlier this week, and there's a picture floating around that might just prove once and for all that Nicki has BUTT IMPLANTS.

 

 

Nicki is sitting on a chair in the picture, and her gluteous maximus is oozing out of her shorts.  And it just does not look like a part of her body.  It actually looks like a cushion under Nicki's REAL backside.

Lady Gaga Was Ready to Have Babies . . . Until She Worked with Tony Bennett 

LADY GAGA was almost ready to hang up the mic and become a baby factory . . . until she started working with TONY BENNETT on their upcoming duets album.  She says, quote, "I started to spend a lot more time with him, and everything just became simpler, more pure and more perfect.  Now I'm going to take a lot more time before I have kids and settle down."

 

Sexy Pictures of Famous People 

 

 

1.  KENDALL JENNER posted a picture of herself, from the back, in a dress, with her buttcheeks hanging out.  And she captioned it, "Perv".  So it seems like maybe she's calling out the photographer who took the photo.

 

 

Then again, Kendall's the one who wore that dress in public . . . AND she's the one re-posting the pic on Twitter.  If she was so bothered by it, would she be putting it out there for the world to see?  Of course not.

2.  We already knew that 57-year-old actor STEVEN BAUER from "Scarface" and "Ray Donovan" was dating an 18-year-old girl.  But knowing it does nothing to mitigate the CREEPINESS of seeing them together.

 

 

 

3.  Here's MILEY CYRUS naked in the shower.  Not sure where the modesty came from all of a sudden, but for some reason she covered her naughty bits.

 

 

 

4.  (NC-17)  Do you like naked models?  Well, here's a whole bunch of them, including Candice Swanepoel, Alessandra Ambriosio and . . . yet again . . . Kendall Jenner.  Seriously . . . can we not escape this girl???

 

"No Good Deed", the "Dolphin Tale" Sequel, and James Gandolfini's "The Drop"

 

 

1.  "No Good Deed"  (PG-13)  Trailer

 

 

Taraji P. Henson is trapped with an escaped convict who pretends to have car trouble, before breaking into her home and terrorizing her while her husband is away.  He's played by Idris Elba, who plays Heimdall in the Thor movies.

 

 

Most of you would remember Taraji as Detective Carter from "Person of Interest" . . . but I prefer to remember her from those "I'd rather go naked than wear fur" PETA ads.

 

 

 

2.  "Dolphin Tale 2"  (PG)  Trailer

 

 

The sequel to the true story about a dolphin named Winter, who was given a prostethic tail after being rescued from a crab trap.  Harry Connick Jr., Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman, and Kris Kristofferson are all back from the first film.

 

 

Winter's surrogate mother passes away in this one, and the government threatens to take the dolphin away unless the marine hospital finds another dolphin to pair her with.  Luckily, they rescue a young female that they hope will be a match for Winter.

 

 

 

3.  "The Drop"  (R)  Trailer

 

 

Tom Hardy is the bartender at a bar that's robbed . . . on the same night that it's been randomly chosen by the local mob as a drop point to launder all their dirty money.  Naomi Rapace is his love interest and James Gandolfini plays his cousin.

4.  And now, some limited releases you may or may not care about:

 

 

"At the Devil's Door" is a horror flick that stars Naya Rivera in her big screen debut.  She plays the sister of a woman who goes missing while trying to help a girl possessed by the devil.  Ashley Rickards from MTV's "Awkward" is the possessed chick, and Catalina Sandino Moreno from the FX series "The Bridge" is Naya's sister.  (Trailer)

 

 

(You can listen to Naya talk about taking on her first movie role here.  And you can watch Ashley in the first six minutes of the movie here.)

 

 

 

"The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby" stars James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain as a couple trying to save their relationship after an unexpected tragedy.  It was originally screened at the Cannes Film Festival as two separate films called "Him" and "Her", before both of their perspectives were combined for this final version.  (Trailer)

 

 

(Her character was named Eleanor Rigby by her parents for the classic Beatles song and, yes, loneliness is a central theme of the movie . . . but that's where the similarities end.  So don't expect to see anyone named Father McKenzie in it.)

 

 

 

"Atlas Shrugged:  Part III" is the conclusion of the Ayn Rand sci-fi trilogy about an engine that runs on atmospheric energy . . . and the economic collapse of the corrupt government after the country's greatest minds choose to disappear and retreat to a secret sanctuary run by a guy named John Galt.

 

 

Laura Regan takes over in the role of Dagny Taggart, which was played by Taylor Schilling in the first movie, and Samantha Mathis in the second one.  (Trailer)

 

There's a "Married with Children" Spin-Off in the Works Featuring David Faustino's Character, Bud 

Word has it there's a "Married with Children" spin-off in the pipeline featuring DAVID FAUSTINO'S character, Bud.  The other three main cast members wouldn't have regular roles, although it's possible that they'd be back for cameos.

Weekend TV Reminders:

 

 

• Friday:  The series premiere of "Z Nation" . . . from 10:00 to 11:00 P.M. on Syfy.  Harold Perrineau from "Lost" leads a group trying to deliver the only guy to ever survive a zombie bite to a lab across the country so they can harvest his antibodies.

 

 

"Saturday Night Live" . . . from 11:30 P.M. to 1:00 A.M. on NBC.  Tina Fey hosts and Arcade Fire performs.  (Repeat)

 

 

• Sunday:  "Sunday Night Football" . . . from 5:30 to 8:30 P.M. Eastern on NBC.  The San Francisco 49ers host the Chicago Bears.

 

 

• Sunday:  "The Miss America Competition" . . . from 9:00 to 11:00 P.M. on ABC.

 

 

• Sunday:  The third season finale of "Unforgettable" . . . from 9:00 to 11:00 P.M. on CBS.

 

 

• Sunday:  The 11th season premiere of "American Dad" . . . from 9:00 to 10:00 P.M. on Fox.

Tonight's Late Night Talk Shows:

 

 

"The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" - Glenn Close and Justin Long.

 

 

"Late Night with Seth Meyers" - Gwen Stefani, tennis stud Andy Roddick, and Counting Crows.  (Repeat)

 

 

"Letterman" - Mindy Kaling, Jake Johannsen, and country duo Maddie & Tae.

 

 

"Jimmy Kimmel" - Sarah Silverman, Taraji P. Henson, and Hunter Hayes.  (Repeat)

 

 

"Carson Daly" - John Turturro, OFF!, Katie Crown, and Midlake.  (Repeat)

 

 

"Craig Ferguson" - Nikki Reed.

Five Random Facts For Friday

 

Here are a few random facts for you.  Thomas Jefferson actually tied with Aaron Burr for electoral votes in the 1800 Presidential election . . . so Congress picked him as president.  Men with higher body fat last longer in bed.  And Johnnie Walker didn't drink alcohol.

(Wikipedia / Salon / WNYC / PC World / Caskers)

Thirty Stats on How Often We Pee in the Shower, Pick Our Noses, Pass Gas, and More

 

There's a new survey on all the RUDE things we do.  62% of us have peed in the shower . . . 42% pick our noses . . . 36% pass gas around other people . . . 35% talk during movies . . . and 5% cut our fingernails or toenails in a public place.

(CBS 2 - Chicago)

Our Top Ten Fears Include Losing a Family Member, Becoming Homeless, and Being the Victim of a Crime

A new survey asked Americans to name their biggest fears.  The top three are losing a family member . . . being alone for the rest of your life . . . and always living paycheck-to-paycheck.

(Go Banking)

 

31% of Women Get Groped at Bars, and 27% Deal with Inappropriate Comments

According to a new survey, 31% of women under 25 get groped at bars.  And it happens so often that only 19% are SURPRISED by it.  And 27% said they sometimes have to deal with inappropriate comments.

(ICM Research)

 

 

Meet the Guy With the World Record For Widest Tongue

A 46-year-old guy in New York just made it into the "Guinness Book of World Records" for having the world's WIDEST TONGUE.  It's 3.27 inches wide when he sticks it out.

(Syracuse Post-Standard)

Netflix Finally Lets You Delete Stuff From Your History

 

 

You know that moment when someone else goes on Netflix and sees you were watching something embarrassing, like "Wild Things" or "Maid in Manhattan"?  Those days are FINALLY over.

 

 

Netflix just added an option where you can DELETE movies and TV shows you watched from your history.  If you log into your account online, go to the "My Activity" page, and you'll see an "X" next to every title.  (Lifehacker)

 

Stupid Photo of the Day:  A Guy's Brilliant Way of "Fixing" His Meaningless Tribal Tattoo

 

 

Are you a boring white guy with no tribal roots to speak of . . . but sporting a totally rad TRIBAL TATTOO?  That's what this guy got when he was young and stupid . . . but he figured out a brilliant way to "fix" his decision.

 

 

He got an ASTERISK tattooed next to his tribal tattoo . . . and underneath, he has a footnote that says, quote, "I was 17 at the time."  (Reddit

Princeton Is Number One in the New "U.S. News & World Report" Rankings

 

"U.S. News & World Report" just released its 30th annual list ranking the best colleges in the country.  Princeton came in first . . . Harvard was second . . . and Yale was third.

(Wall Street Journal / U.S. News & World Report)

There's a U.S. City Where the Average Age is 11?  Plus the Youngest Area in All 50 States

A new study figured out the youngest city in every U.S. state.  The youngest city in the country is Kiryas Joel, New York . . . it's all Hasidic Jews with huge families where the average age is 11.4.  The state whose youngest city is the OLDEST is Maine . . . it's Bangor, with an average age of 35.5.

(Business Insider

 

A Woman's Luggage Got Damaged, So the Airport Gave Her a Replacement Bag . . . Filled with Plastic Explosives

 

A woman landed in Sydney, Australia on Tuesday, and found her luggage was damaged.  So airport officials gave her an unclaimed suitcase as a replacement bag . . . filled with PLASTIC EXPLOSIVES.  Apparently it was used to train bomb-sniffing dogs, and they forgot to take them out.  But they weren't armed, so she took the bag to a local police station.

(Australian Federal Police / BBC News)

Andrew Luck is 25.  Heisman trophy winning quarterback who's well on his way to filling Peyton Manning's shoes for the Indianapolis Colts.

 

 

Alfie Allen is 28.  Sausage-less Theon Greyjoy on "Game of Thrones".

 

 

Emmy Rossum is 28.  There was a time when I only knew her as Christine in "The Phantom of the Opera" . . . but then she started going topless and doing sex scenes on the Showtime series "Shameless" and I became a fan for life.

Jennifer Hudson is 33"American Idol" loser . . . and Oscar WINNER.

 

After YOU, America, deemed her not good enough to win your silly singing competition, she won Best Supporting Actress for "Dreamgirls".  She's also engaged to . . . and has a baby with . . . WWE superstar David Otunga.

 

 

Yao Ming is 34.  Retired 7'6" Chinese Center for the Houston Rockets.

 

 

Jay McGraw is 35.  Dr. Phil's sexy son.  He gets to nail "Playboy" triplet Erica Dahm . . . ANYTIME HE WANTS TO.

 

 

Elisabetta Canalis is 36.  Before signing on to "Dancing with the Stars", her biggest claim to fame was being the Italian actress who dated George Clooney.  Those are still the only two things she's known for.

 

 

Ruben Studdard is 36.  Beat Clay Aiken on "American Idol", then he completely vanished.  Not an easy feat for a man that size.  He resurfaced recently on "The Biggest Loser" still as candy coated as ever.

 

 

Benjamin McKenzie is 36"O.C." and "Southland" twink.  He plays the future Commissioner Gordon on the new Fox show "Gotham", which is a Batman prequel series.  It debuts on the 22nd.

Bizzy Bone is 38.  The high-pitched gangsta in Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.

 

 

Jennifer Nettles is 40.  Sugarland minx.

 

 

Jason Statham is 47.  Knife expert Lee Christmas in "The Expendables" movies.  He's also in the "Transporter" and "Crank" movies.

 

 

James Frey is 45.  The author of the FAKE "memoir" "A Million Little Pieces" that caused all manner of book-club hysteria and Oprah-rage when he revealed that it was a bunch of LIES.

 

 

Louis C.K. is 47.  Comedian.  His show "Louie" is one of the most underrated shows on TV.

 

 

Ben Folds is 48.  Biggest hit:  The 1997-98 ballad "Brick".  Also the GENIUS who helped put together WILLIAM SHATNER'S consciousness-altering album, "Has Been"!  His "Merton" videos on YouTube are classic.  He was also one of the judges on "The Sing-off".

 

 

Amy Yasbeck is 52.  John Ritter's widow, who you'd know best as the redhead on "Wings" and Maid Marian in "Robin Hood:  Men In Tights".

 

 

Mattress actress who calls herself Viper is 55.  She's starred in 168 fine films, including . . . "Leave It To Cleavage", "She-Male Reformatory" AND "Raunchy Porno Picture Show".

 

 

Nina Blackwood is 59.  One of the original VJs when MTV debuted on August 1st, 1981.

PETER SCOLARI! is 59.  SU-PER-STAR from "Newhart" AND "Bosom Buddies"!

 

 

NEIL PEART is 62.  Amazing drummer and lyricist for RUSH.  Drum-geeks refer to him as "The Professor".

 

 

Joe Pantoliano is 63.  Backstabber in "The Matrix", Guido the pimp in "Risky Business", Francis Fratelli in "The Goonies", devious Teddy in "Memento", AND Ralphie "Headless" Cifaretto on "The Sopranos".

 

 

Linda Gray is 74.  Sue Ellen on "Dallas", then AND now.

 

 

Paul Walker would've been 41  (1973 - 2013)

 

 

George Jones would've been 82.  (1931 - 2013)  Country legend.

 

 

Sir Ian Holm is 83.  Bilbo Baggins in two of the three "Lord Of The Rings" movies, the "Hobbit" movies, and Zach Braff's dad in "Garden State".

 

 

Barry White  (1944 - 2003)  Beautiful Music Man with the uncanny ability to assist gentlemen in the removal of ladies' panties.

 

 

Jesse Owens  (1913 - 1980)  Track and field legend who won FOUR gold medals AND set a World Record at the 1936 Olympics in Germany.

Countdown to Upcoming Events

• 7 days to Talk Like a Pirate Day

• 20 days to Int'l Day of Non-Violence

• 23 days to World Teachers Day

• 34 days to World Food Day

• 49 days to Halloween

• 861 days left of "Hope and Change"

61 years ago . . . In 1953, JOHN F. KENNEDY married JACQUELINE BOUVIER.  They were together for 10 years, until his assassination on November 22nd, 1963.

 

 

48 years ago . . . In 1966, "The Monkees" TV show premiered on NBC.

 

FYI:  STEPHEN STILLS, of Crosby, Stills, & Nash fame, auditioned for The Monkees and was told by the casting directors they were looking for somebody just like him, but with better teeth and hair.  That spot went to PETER TORK.

 

And for your extra batch of Monkees-related trivia . . . MICHAEL NESMITH'S mother, Bette, was the inventor of "liquid paper" . . . or as we commonly know it . . . "Wite-Out".

 

 

44 years ago . . . In 1970, the classic cartoon "Josie and the Pussycats" debuted on CBS.  (31 years later it was made into a TERRIBLE movie starring Rosario Dawson, Rachael Leigh Cook and future train wreck Tara Reid.)

 

 

27 years ago . . . In 1987, MORRISSEY left THE SMITHS for a solo career.  Morrissey claims to be asexual.

 

 

24 years ago . . . In 1990, CHRISTINE MCVIE and STEVIE NICKS both announced that they would no longer perform with FLEETWOOD MAC.  A little over two years later, they reunited with the group to sing at PRESIDENT CLINTON'S inauguration.

 

Four years after that, they reunited for an "MTV Unplugged" special, which led to a #1 album and hugely successful concert tour.  Lying skanks.

23 years ago . . . In 1991, JOHN TRAVOLTA married KELLY PRESTON.  Today is their 23rd anniversary.

 

 

22 years ago . . . In 1992, the space shuttle ENDEAVOUR blasted off, carrying the FIRST BLACK WOMAN IN SPACE (Mae Jemison), the FIRST MARRIED COUPLE IN SPACE (Mark Lee and Jan Davis), and the FIRST JAPANESE NATIONAL to fly on a U.S. spaceship (Mamoru Mohri).

 

 

22 years ago . . . In 1992, ANTHONY PERKINS ("Psycho") died of pneumonia complicated by AIDS at age 60.

 

 

21 years ago . . . In 1993, RAYMOND BURR ("Perry Mason", "Ironside") died of kidney cancer at 76.

15 years ago . . . In 1999, "The Practice" and "Ally McBeal" were named Best Drama Series and Best Comedy Series at the 51st Emmy Awards.  Both were created by DAVID E. KELLEY . . . of "Nailing MICHELLE PFEIFFER Anytime He Wants To" fame.

 

 

11 years ago . . . In 2003, music LEGEND JOHNNY CASH died at age 71 of complications from diabetes.