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Sexy Pictures of Famous People 

1.  ALYSSA MILANO showed off some nice cleavage on the beach in Hawaii.  (Check it out here.)

2.  KATY PERRY was on a balcony in a bikini.  Luckily, there was a man with a camera nearby.  (Here are the pics.)

3.  JENNIFER LAWRENCE gave out so much side-boob at the Paris premiere of the new "Hunger Games" movie that it seems like we should be paying her for it.  (But you can just click here and enjoy it free of charge.)

Celebrity Couples From 1998 You May Have Forgotten About 

A list of forgotten celebrity couples from 1998 includes Johnny Depp dating Kate Moss, Carson Daly going out with Jennifer Love Hewitt, Mariah Carey dating Derek Jeter, and Ashton Kutcher dating January Jones.

Johnny Depp and Kate Moss

Matt Dillon and Cameron Diaz

Julia Roberts and Benjamin Bratt

Ellen DeGeneres and Anne Heche

Carson Daly and Jennifer Love Hewitt

Matt Damon and Minnie Driver

Ben Affleck and Gwyneth Paltrow

Mariah Carey and Derek Jeter

Drew Barrymore and Luke Wilson

Ashton Kutcher and January Jones

Vince Vaughn and Joey Lauren Adams

(Check out the complete list here.)

Kanye West Thinks He's a Genius . . . Even Though He Can't Always Spell the Word 

KANYE WEST thinks he's a genius . . . even though he can't necessarily spell the word.  He says, quote, "People get mad at me saying that I am a creative genius, but it's just obvious. It's, like, factual.  I would write creative genius when I go through the airport.  I would put that on customs [forms], where you put what your title is, except for two reasons:  it takes too long to write and sometimes I spell the word genius wrong."




Why Do the Kardashian Women Insist on Dressing Like Pilgrims? 

You've probably never noticed this, but when they're not dressing like SKANKS, the KARDASHIAN women like to dress like . . . PILGRIMS.  (???)

Don't believe me?  There's a photo gallery that proves it.  (Check it out here.)

Tuesday TV Reminders:



"Marvel's Agents of Shield" . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on ABC.  The S.H.I.E.L.D. agents go to London to help with the aftermath of the city getting trashed in "Thor: The Dark World".  (Check out a preview clip here.)



"The iHeartRadio Album Release Party with Lady Gaga" . . . 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. on the CW.  Lady Gaga performs and gives an interview to Ryan Seacrest.



"The Voice" . . . 9:00 to 10:00 P.M. on NBC.  Two contestants are eliminated.



"Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition" [2nd Season Finale] . . . 9:00 to 11:00 P.M. on Lifetime.



"David Blaine: Real or Magic" . . . 9:30 to 11:00 P.M. on ABC.  David Blaine performs for celebrity guests like Kanye West, Katy Perry, Robert De Niro, Harrison Ford, Will Smith, Olivia Wilde, Aaron Paul and Stephen Hawking.



"Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" . . . 10:00 to 11:00 P.M. on HBO.  A look at the preparation for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.  Plus: a profile on Denver Nuggets head coach Brian Shaw.



"Criss Angel BeLIEve" . . . 10:00 to 11:00 P.M. on Spike TV.  Horror director Eli Roth guests when Criss reveals a method of magic.



"Watch What Happens:  Live" . . . 11:00 to 11:30 P.M. on Bravo.  Meredith Vieira and Jesse Tyler Ferguson from "Modern Family" are the guests.


Tuesday's Daytime Talk Show Guests:


"The Today Show" - Bethenny Frankel ("Bethenny").


"Good Morning America" - Josh Hutcherson ("The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"), Patrick Dempsey ("Grey's Anatomy"), Jesse Tyler Ferguson ("Modern Family"), the latest "Dancing with the Stars" rejects.


"CBS This Morning" - Anjelica Huston for her memoir "A Story Lately Told".


"Ellen DeGeneres" - Kanye West, Elizabeth Banks ("The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"), and Mario Lopez ("The X Factor").  Loni Love is the guest DJ.  Music Guests:  Jason Mraz and Travie McCoy.


"Live! With Kelly and Michael" - Josh Hutcherson ("The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"), Anjelica Huston (for her memoir "A Story Lately Told"), and NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson.


"The View" - Eric Stonestreet ("Modern Family") and the latest "Dancing with the Stars" rejects.  Demi Lovato co-hosts.


"The Talk" - Jason Statham and Izabela Vidovic ("Homefront"), plus chef Sunny Anderson.


"Katie Couric" - Demi Lovato for her book "Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year".


"Queen Latifah Show" - "Queen's Favorite Experts Tell You How to Do Everything Better!"


"Wendy Williams" - The ladies from "The Best Man Holiday" . . . Nia Long, Sanaa Lathan and Melissa de Sousa.


"Rachael Ray" - Cedric the Entertainer ("Who Wants to Be a Millionaire") and Nate Berkus.

Tonight's Late Night Talk Shows:



"Letterman" - Jennifer Lawrence ("The Hunger Games: Catching Fire") and Jesse Tyler Ferguson ("Modern Family").  Music Guest:  The Neighbourhood.



"Jimmy Kimmel" - Elizabeth Banks ("The Hunger Games: Catching Fire") and Larry King.  Music Guest:  Daughtry.



"The Tonight Show" - Former President George W. Bush and comedian Ty Barnett.  Music Guests:  Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite.



"Jimmy Fallon" - Forest Whitaker ("Black Nativity") and Andy Cohen ("Watch What Happens: Live").  Music Guest:  Cut Copy.



"Carson Daly" - Capital Cities and the book "Humans of New York" is spotlighted.  Music Guest:  Nightmare and the Cat.



"Arsenio" - Eddie Murphy.  Music Guest:  Flo Rida.



"Conan" - "X Factor" judges Paulina Rubio and Simon Cowell, plus comedian Jimmy Pardo.  Music Guest:  Lissie.



"Craig Ferguson" - Margaret Cho ("Drop Dead Diva") and model Elettra Weidemann.



"Chelsea Lately" - Josh Gad ("Frozen").



"Jon Stewart" - Bill Cosby (Comedy Central's "Bill Cosby: Far From Finished").



"The Colbert Report" - Former senator Rick Santorum ("Christmas Candle").

"Planes" and "We're The Millers" Are Out on DVD Today



• Pixar's "Planes" . . . Dane Cook is Dusty Crophopper, a single-propeller cropduster with a fear of heights who enters a race around the world.  Stacy Keach plays his mentor, Teri Hatcher is Dusty's mechanic, and Brad Garrett is his fuel truck.


"We're the Millers" . . . Jason Sudeikis plays a guy who smuggles drugs across the Mexican border after hiring a stripper, a runaway, and a virgin to pose as his wife and kids.  Jennifer Aniston plays the stripper and Emma Roberts is the runaway.


"The World's End" . . . Simon Pegg and his four try to complete an epic pub crawl where they drink a pint at twelve different pubs in one night . . . even after discovering that all the people in their hometown have been replaced by ROBOTS.


"2 Guns" . . . Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg are undercover agents trying to take down a Mexican drug cartel, but neither knows the other is a cop.  Paula Patton and James Marsden are their handlers, and Edward James Olmos is the villain.


"The To-Do List" . . . Aubrey Plaza caves in to peer pressure, and makes a list of all the naughty things she needs to experience before college.  Alia Shawkat from "Arrested Development" plays her best friend, and Rachel Bilson plays Aubrey's sister.


"Paranoia" . . . Liam Hemsworth is a pawn in a game of corporate espionage between two high-tech billionaires played by Gary Oldman and Harrison Ford.  He goes to work for Ford as Oldman's spy without realizing they're both playing him.



Meanwhile, you've got these games being released today:


"Band Fuse: Rock Legends" on Xbox360 and PS3.  (Official Site)  (Trailer)  This one lets you learn guitar and bass techniques from Slash and Zakk Wylde.


"Need for Speed Rivals" on Xbox360, PS3, and PC.  (Official Site) (Trailer)


And the Xbox One hits stores on Friday . . . along with next-gen versions of many of this year's popular games.  "Dead Rising 3", "Forza 5", and "Ryse: Son of Rome" are the Xbox One exclusives that will be available at launch.

The Xbox One Hits Stores on Friday . . . Here's What You Need to Know:



The Xbox One hits stores this Friday.  It comes with an upgraded version of the Kinect and the system will set you back $499.99.  The new Kinect lets you use a variety of gestures and voice commands, including simply saying "Xbox On" to start the console.


Most of this year's big releases will be available at launch.  If you've already bought the Xbox 360 versions of "Call of Duty: Ghosts", "Battlefield 4", "FIFA 14", "Madden 25", and "Assassin's Creed IV", you can upgrade them to the new version for $9.99.


The new Xbox One-exclusive titles available at launch are "Dead Rising 3", "Forza 5", "Ryse: Son of Rome", and the Kinect fighting game, "Fighter Within".


You'll also be able to find Xbox One versions of "LEGO Marvel Super Heroes", "Just Dance 2014", "Need for Speed Rivals", "Skylanders: Swap Force", and "NBA 2K14".


This new console finally includes a Blu-ray player, plus you can hook your cable box to it and watch TV without switching inputs even if the internet connection goes out


Despite what we'd previously heard, the Xbox One will NOT restrict your ability to share discs with your friends.  You'll be able to buy, sell, trade, or download games digitally just like you can on Xbox 360 with no restrictions.


One of the cool new features is that you can now "snap" two apps to either side of the screen . . . meaning you can watch a movie while waiting in a lobby for a multiplayer game to start or browse the web without having to pause your TV show.


Xbox has also partnered with the NFL, so you can watch broadcasts with instantly updated fantasy stats, while taunting your friends on Skype at the same time.


The Xbox One takes full advantage of cloud storage.  All your game progress is stored online in the cloud . . . there's a game DVR to record your gaming sessions . . . and you won't have to wait to download any game patches or system updates anymore.

This Week's New Music Includes Albums By Daughtry, Eric Clapton and Yo Gotti



"Baptized", the fourth album from Daughtry . . . It includes the singles "Waiting for Superman" and "Long Live Rock 'N' Roll".



• The "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" soundtrack . . . It features the Coldplay song "Atlas", Christina Aguilera's "We Remain", Lorde's cover of "Everybody Wants to Rule the World", and "Elastic Heart" by Sia, featuring The Weeknd and Diplo.



"Crossroads Guitar Festival", Eric Clapton . . . A two-disc set that includes performances by John Mayer, Gary Clark Jr., Buddy Guy, the Robert Cray Band, Los Lobos, Vince Gill, Jeff Beck, Jimmie Vaughan, and of course Eric Clapton.



"Clockwork Angels Tour", Rush . . . A three-disc live album.



"Rockin' Legends Pay Tribute To Jack White" . . . It includes Wanda Jackson and Shooter Jennings' version of "In the Cold, Cold Night", and more covers by Big Jay McNeely, Sonny Burgess, Gary U.S. Bonds, and Bobby Vee, among others.



"I Am", the sixth album by rapper Yo Gotti . . . It includes a song called "LeBron James", along with the single "Act Right", which features Jeezy and YG.  His other guests include T.I., J. Cole, Meek Mill, Ne-Yo and Wale.



"Savage Life 4", the fourth disc by rapper Webbie.  His guests are Lloyd and Lil Phat.



"The Wrong Side of Heaven & the Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 2", Five Finger Death Punch . . . It's the follow-up to "Volume 1", which came out in July.



"Cupid Deluxe", the second album from Blood Orange



"Shangri-la", the second album by 18-year-old British singer Jake Bugg . . . It includes the single "What Doesn't Kill You".

"Three Sixty", the first greatest hits disc from A Perfect Circle . . . There's also a new track called "By and Down", which is their first new studio recording in a decade.



"No Country for Old Musicians", Reggie and the Full Effect



"The Best of Nickelback Volume 1", Nickelback . . . There are 19 hits on this thing, including "Photograph", "How You Remind Me", "Rockstar" and "Far Away".



• "Songs for the Turntable", Drivin N Cryin



"Christmas", Big Bad Voodoo Daddy



"Prospect Park", Kevin Churko



"If You Have Ghost", an EP by the Swedish metal band Ghost B.C. . . . Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters produced it.



• "Boston", Fleetwood Mac . . . It's a three-disc live album, which was recorded over three nights in Boston back in 1970.  Back then, the lineup was Mick Fleetwood, Peter Green, Danny Kirwan, John McVie and Jeremy Spencer. 



• "Bottle Rockets & The Brooklyn Side", Bottle Rockets



"Have A Merry Little Christmas", Sarah Darling.  An iTunes-exclusive four-song EP.



"When I Get My Pay", the Grascals.  Their eighth album includes the song "American Pickers", which features Dierks Bentley and was inspired by the History Channel show.



"Blue Moon Junction", the debut acoustic album from Jim Lauderdale.  His songs have been recorded by George Strait, Vince Gill, and the Dixie Chicks to name a few.


You Don't Have to Call Your Relatives on Christmas Anymore . . . They're Fine With Just a Text

Here's your early Christmas present:  You DON'T have to call your relatives.  A new survey found 45% of people say they don't WANT to talk on the phone on Christmas anymore . . . they want a TEXT.

(Sacramento Business Journal)

One in Eight People Have Destroyed Their Phone or Camera Doing Holiday Activities

According to a new survey, one in eight people have destroyed their phone, camera, iPad, or laptop during the holidays.  And the majority of them have done it during holiday activities like traveling, shopping, cooking, or decorating.


Oxford English Dictionary's Word of the Year Is . . . Selfie

Oxford English Dictionary just revealed its annual word of the year.  And the pick for 2013 is . . . SELFIE.  Their official definition is, quote, "noun.  A photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website."


The Key to Making Your Marriage Last Is . . . Doing Things Without Each Other

Here's some great irony:  According to a new study, the key to a great marriage is . . . doing things without each other.  78% of happy, successful couples say it's important for both people to pursue their own individual interests and hobbies.  36% say it's key to learn how to argue in a healthy way.

(PR Newswire)

What "White Lies" Do You Tell Your Significant Other?

Here are some of the top WHITE LIES people tell their significant others:  The kids ate all the junk food . . . I'm not planning anything special, don't get your hopes up . . . I really like spending time with your family . . . I'm not drunk, I just had a couple beers . . . and, I'm fine.


One in Four Women Wants a Crazy, Elaborate Wedding Proposal

According to a new survey, about ONE IN FOUR single women want some kind of CRAZY, ELABORATE PROPOSAL.  10% want to be serenaded, 7% want you to recite a poem, and 5% want a flash mob.

(FOX 29 - Philadelphia)

The Top Ten Things That Anger Us on a Daily Basis

According to a recent survey, the top ten things that ANGER us on a daily basis include people who cut in line, rudeness in general, spitting in public, being put on hold, people who text and drive, and backstabbers.

 (Daily Mail) 

The Average American Only Uses 10 Vacation Days . . . But Feels Less Vacation Deprived Than the French, Who Take 30

According to a new global survey, the average American gets 14 vacation days a year, but only uses 10 of them.  Compare that to people in France who get THIRTY vacation days a year . . . and use all 30.  In spite of that, 90% of French people say they feel VACATION DEPRIVED . . . versus 59% of Americans.


Stupid Photo of the Day #1:  A Bear in a Lamborghini

There's a photo online of a guy in Huntington Beach, California who had a BEAR in the passenger seat of his yellow Lamborghini.  And we don't know why.  A guy CLAIMING to be the owner says it was to drive in the carpool lane.  But obviously that's a joke.

Still . . . how RICH and STUPID do you have to be to trap a giant animal dying to MAUL YOU inside a $250,000 car?


Stupid Photo of the Day #2:  Walmart Puts Out a Bin Asking For Canned Food Donations . . . For Their Employees

This almost FEELS like a parody headline . . . but Walmart is asking for canned food donations to feed their hungry EMPLOYEES this holiday season.  ANYTHING to avoid paying them more, right?

A photo surfaced from a Walmart in Canton, Ohio where the store put out bins asking its employees for donations for other, quote, "associates in need."  As you might've heard, HALF of Walmart's employees get paid $25,000-a-year or less.



Kerri Strug - 36  (Munchkin-voiced Olympic spinner.)



Savion Glover - 40  (Superstar dancer from "Bamboozled" AND "Sesame Street".)



Billy Currington - 40  (Country stud who sings "Must Be Doin' Something Right", "That's How Country Boys Roll", and "Pretty Good At Drinkin' Beer".)



Gail Devers - 47  (Olympic gold-medal runner who was just days away from having her FEET amputated, due to the Graves' Disease.  That woulda been ironic.  Hello?)



Jodie Foster - 51  (Her greatest line ever:  "Dr. Lecter?  Dr. Lecter?")

Meg Ryan - 52

Matt Sorum - 53  (Drummer for Guns N' Roses, The Cult and now, Velvet Revolver.  Guns N' Roses' biggest albums:  1987's "Appetite for Destruction", with the amazing smashes "Welcome To The Jungle", "Sweet Child O' Mine", "Paradise City" and "Nightrain" . . .)

ALLISON JANNEY! - 54  (Oddly sexy giantess who played C.J. Cregg on "The West Wing", Juno's stepmother in "Juno" . . . and, in a totally random act of casting, she was the mother of Jacob and the Man In Black on the last season of "Lost".  Now she's on the CBS sitcom "Mom" with Anna Faris.)



Michael Wilbon - 55  (Dashing bald Nubian on ESPN's "Pardon the Interruption".)



Ann Curry - 57  (Sexy, dark-haired former "Today" show news-minx.  She was forced out because Matt Lauer is EVIL.  Her father is white and her mother was Japanese.  The lovemaking was very sweet, and very taboo.)



Ahmad Rashad - 64  (Former Minnesota Viking turned sportscaster.  He used to nail Phylicia Rashad REAL good.  Birth name:  Bobby Moore.)



Calvin Klein - 71  (Michael J. Fox played him in "Back to the Future".)

DAN HAGGERTY! - 72  ("The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams"!)

Ted Turner - 75



Dick Cavett - 77



Larry King - 80  (Ashamed of his Jewish birth name . . . Lawrence Zeiger.)

Countdown to Upcoming Events

• 3 days to "Catching Fire"

• 9 days until Thanksgiving

• 24 days to "The Hobbit: Part 2"

• 36 days until Christmas

• 87 days to Valentine's Day

• 1,158 days left of "Hope and Change"

150 years ago . . . in 1863 - ABRAHAM LINCOLN delivered his GETTYSBURG ADDRESS at the dedication of the Civil War cemetery in Pennsylvania.  (It's one of the most famous speeches in American history, it's just THREE MINUTES LONG, and Lincoln WROTE IT ON THE TRAIN.)



59 years ago . . . in 1954 - SAMMY DAVIS, JR. was involved in a serious auto accident in San Bernardino, California. Three days later, Sammy lost the ability to see with his left eye, and had to get a glass one.  And while in the hospital, Sammy also converted to Judaism.



54 years ago . . . in 1959 - The last EDSEL rolled off the assembly line.



52 years ago . . . in 1961 - LUCILLE BALL married her second husband, GARY MORTON, a little over a year after she divorced DESI ARNAZ.  Lucy and Gary (how weak does THAT sound???) were married for 27 years, until her death in 1989.



44 years ago . . . in 1969 - "Apollo 12"astronauts Alan Bean and Charles Conrad made the SECOND LANDING ON THE MOON.  Nobody cared . . . and nobody remembers them.  (???)



29 years ago . . . in 1984 - 20-year-old DWIGHT GOODEN of the New York Mets became the youngest player to be named National League Rookie of the Year.

16 years ago . . . in 1997 - GORGEOUS IOWA SEAMSTRESS BOBBI MCCAUGHEY (pronounced McCoy) gave birth to four boys and three girls . . . only the second set of septuplets known to be born alive.



9 years ago . . . in 2004 - Back before he was METTA WORLD PEACE, RON ARTEST and STEPHEN JACKSON of the INDIANA PACERS charged into the stands and fought with fans during an NBA game in Detroit.  The Pacers ended up beating the Pistons 97-82 AND beating their fans.



8 years ago . . . in 2005 - CHRISTINA AGUILERA married her fiancé Jordan Bratman at a Napa Valley vineyard in California.  They got divorced in 2011.



6 years ago . . . in 2007 - Amazon introduced the Kindle. 

10 Year Flashback:  Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Was Just Raided . . . and Flash-Forward to Today's Perspective on That Case



Our Flashback section features a story we were talking about on The Complete Sheet 10 years ago to this day.  We've also added some modern perspective to give these stories some context today.



Flashback to 2003:  Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Was Just Raided



As you've probably heard by now, authorities descended upon MICHAEL JACKSON'S Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara yesterday to execute a search warrant that was brought about by new allegations of possible sexual misconduct involving a 12-year-old boy.

Michael wasn't home . . . he was in Las Vegas to film a video for an upcoming CBS special.

There will be a press conference today about the case.



Today's Perspective . . . Jackson Was Eventually Acquitted . . . But It Weighed on Him

It turned out the investigation was related to footage from a documentary that aired earlier in 2003 that showed Jackson sleeping in bed with a young boy.  It also introduced the phrase JESUS JUICE to the world.

His trial for child molestation started in January of 2005.  In June of 2005 he was acquitted on all counts.

But the victory came with a price, and continued Jackson's downward spiral.  He died in 2009.