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Matt LeBlanc: I could have been Phil Dunphy on 'Modern Family'

LOS ANGLES — Ty Burrell owes Matt LeBlanc a huge debt of gratitude.

LeBlanc revealed he was offered the role of Phil Dunphy on “Modern Family,” which eventually went to Burrell and made him a star. 700 more words


Emilia Clarke just hinted that Daenerys might end up with a man who isn't Jon Snow and I'm livid

Okay, yes: Daenerys Targaryen is definitely Jon Snow’s aunt in the Game of Thrones universe (unbeknownst to both of them). Therefore, it is definitely somewhat pro-incest for us as fans to root for their hookup. 349 more words


Britney Spears Blasts Media, Covers Bonnie Raitt in Vegas

By Scott T. Sterling

Britney Spears had a few things to get off her chest during a recent show in Las Vegas, and she did so in spectacular fashion. 165 more words


Netflix Gets GLOW Right: A Female Wrestler’s Perspective

Originally published by ProWrestlingStories.com and geared towards the pro wrestling community.

Author: April Hunter / Editor: Bobby Mathews

I didn’t watch the original GLOW growing up because I was more of a Kung Fu Theatre kind of girl–and my parents wouldn’t allow me to stay up that late – but I was certainly aware of its existence, thus disproving the theory that everyone was kung fu fighting.  2,476 more words

April Hunter

Nick Jonas Wishes Demi Lovato a Happy Birthday with Adorable Throwback Photo

By Annie Reuter

Demi Lovato turned 25 on August 20 and the singer’s social media feed was filled with birthday wishes from artists like Kelly Clarkson and Trevor Dahl as well as Ellen DeGeneres and countless fans. 230 more words


Taylor Swift Shares Mysterious Video on Social Media

By Scott T. Sterling

After abruptly blacking out her social media accounts last weekend, pop superstar Taylor Swift has returned today with a mysterious video that reveals… well, not much. 137 more words


JAY-Z Pays Tribute to Chester Bennington

By Hayden Wright

In 2004, JAY-Z and Linkin Park released Collision Course, an EP of collaborations that produced the GRAMMY-winning mashup “Numb/Encore.” At the time, it was a groundbreaking synthesis of mainstream rap and popular nu-metal, introducing LP and Hova to new audiences. 105 more words