New Kids Flashed Their Amazing Abs, Harry Styles Crotch-Grabbed Niall Horan, Adam Lambert Wants An Otter


Because you need to know: Every time Brandon Flowers shaves his face, he saves the excess hair in a Ziploc bag. You’re welcome.

While appearing on Watch What Happens Live, Adam Lambert revealed he’s not into bears so much, but loves him some otters.

Zac Efron‘s bestie, the equally stunning Max Joseph (see pics of them frolicking here), has directed him in We Are Your Friends, which appears to be a Saturday Night Fever-meets-The Social Network-esque take on the EDM scene.


Taye Diggs will follow Darren Criss as the titular character in Broadway’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch. He’ll look magnificent in glitter and stilettos, but something tells us he might have trouble getting us to accept the “angry inch” part of the character.

Grabbing a handful of your buddy’s junk isn’t just the sport of super-friendly rugby players, Harry Styles pulled the maneuver on One D bandmate Niall Horan during the Billboard awards last weekend.  

Not bad for a few old men! Hard work pays! #TheMainEvent A photo posted by DONNIE WAHLBERG (@donniewahlberg) on

Yep, New Kids on the Block still have the right stuff.

Some shirtless moments as well???? Streaming NOW #TheMainEvent live from Dallas!! #YahooLive: bit.ly/1DWOPZo

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Jordan Knight (not pictured above with his bandmates) wants everyone to know he still has great body, too.     

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Cool kid Jaden Smith is so out of fucks to give that he wore a white batsuit and cape to his prom.

Hugh Jackman, Garett Hedlund and Rooney Mara headline the upcoming Pan, the latest tinkering of the Peter Pan story.


Cate Blanchett says she was misquoted during an interview which implied she’s had many lesbian relationships, but adds this welcome insight into questions about human sexuality: “In 2015, the answer shouldn’t matter.” The writer in question is Ramin Setoodeh, the gay man who set back equality a thousand years by writing that gay actors can’t believably play straight characters, so we’re Team Cate.

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