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Am I alone here, or is this kid fascinating?

I’m kind of obsessed with Olivier Green. His face. His accent. His slightly orange version of Leo’s “Titanic” hair. The glasses.

Like, who is this guy? “Project Runway” can’t even explain where he’s from, he’s just “international.” I don’t care what he designs — and I’m not impressed with that he did on the Season 9 premiere — I just want to see more of him. I’m fascinated.

Hell yeah, Bert! I'm not as into Anya's top, but I do love those pants.

Anyway. PR Season 9 premiered on July 28 and I’m already in love with everything about Anthony Ryan Auld, from his designs to his look to his color blind/testicular cancer backstory. I’m gonna get down on one knee and propose in a minute.

But first I have to gush over Bert Keeter. I’d love him no matter what, but he is completely on-point with his initial design. LOVED that dress He deserved to win, although I would’ve been happy for Anthony Ryan, too. He’ll win one soon, I have no doubt.

Rafael Cox had a rough time of it from Father Tim Gunn and then on the runway. It was all earned. Still, he should’ve been safe. Joshua Christensen deserved to go home for an awful outfit and the audacity to say he wished someone had told him it didn’t look good. Really?

The premiere started with 20 designers and they cut four right away:

Dammit, I liked her!

• Gunnar, who is NOT the next Christian Siriano after all.
David, my poor Boston boy.
Amanda, who tried out for the past two seasons only to get dumped here.
• Serena, who loves Tim Gunn and postponed her wedding to do this. I liked her and want her to be my friend in real life.

For the first “Come as You Are” challenge, Father Tim Gunn woke the 16 remaining folks up at the crack o’ dawn and made them walk the city in their pajamas — with only one sheet from their beds to cover them — to get to Parsons. That was their challenge: Use what they are wearing and the sheet.


Kimberly on Bert’s use of boxer shorts in his design: “Your model’s gonna have nut juice.”

Laura to Olivier and his model: “Are you speaking foreign?”

Anthony Ryan is my frontrunner. I do love men with two names. (Hi Seth Aaron!) Bye Rafael. I think you deserved one more shot.


Christina Ricci is the guest judge. Where the heck does she go when she disappears for so long? Anyway, she’s actually a good guest judge. Several insightful comments and constructive criticism.

Joshua M. — shorts, boring me. SAFE

Laura — she had silks to work with and I like what she did. SAFE

Danielle — It’s very her, I like it. SAFE. Oh but she’s pissed to be safe. Do we have a mini Gretchen? I do think she’s going to go far, though. I’m keeping my eye on this one.

Viktor — Nice! SAFE

Becky — Very cute. SAFE

Bryce — I like the styling more than the actual design. SAFE

Anya — Not into the top, the pants fit well. HIGHER SCORES. She wanted to prove she could construct something since she’s never sown silk before. Nina is impressed by what she’s able to do in a short period of time. She loves the back. Everyone is obsessed with her sewing. Heidi was rooting for her. Christina loves the whole look. The pants do fit very well in the butt.

Julie — Love the top, hate the pants. LOWER SCORES. Heidi had higher expectations, based on her initial clothing rack. “The whole thing is just bad.” Christina is confused. The shirt is charming but she wouldn’t want to wear it. Nina has a problem with the poor construction of the pants. They look “weird” she says. Michael calls it an “I like myself” kind of pocket.

Olivier — No way. SAFE

Kimberly — Another napkin look. SAFE

Anthony — I worship this guy already. HIGHER SCORES. Heidi likes how he changed his pajamas. Michael loves his color combo and would never know he’s color blind. Nina likes how he used the trimmings but didn’t go overboard. Christina doesn’t mind how short the skirt is.

Here are the top 16! I'm ready to be done with at least 5 of them already.

Rafael — No, sorry. LOWER SCORES. Heidi sees a lot of problems. “What grown-up wants to walk around with a bib?” Michael: “She’s wearing like a Flintstones disco pouch.” Nina said he had fit problems and it looks really dated. Christina said the pants are off-putting. She compliments the top, though. OUT!

Fallene — I have no problem with the puking clown, but I’m not into the look. SAFE

Bert — I love his use of the boxers in the skirt. HIGHER SCORES. Heidi says “I am in love with this outfit.” Go Bert! Nina thinks he has adorable boxers and it’s an adorable dress. It’s feminine and sexy and terrific. Christina loves the proportions. Michael likes the tones and asymmetry but he hates the styling. WINNER!

Josh C. — Not into it. LOWER SCORES. Heidi isn’t sure if he is worse or Rafael’s. Josh is upset because no one told him this didn’t look good? Seriously? That should dig his grave.

Cecilia — What’s with these teeny skirts that ride up? SAFE

Josh, you got lucky. I like how you say "nice job" to everyone when they leave the runway, but I hope you step up your own work.


Overall, I’m hopeful for this season. No one went down in flames — which is kind of a shame, because the over-the-top trainwrecks are fun to watch — but there are enough decent talents that the season shouldn’t be dull or a cakewalk for any one or two designers. Can’t wait to see more!

Don’t forget to Rate the Runway looks here on the official PR Lifetime site. They have much better pics than the shots I took of my own TV.


Here are the 20 original designers with my little notes from the “Road to the Runway” special:

Cecilia Motwani from Argentina (outspoken and confident)
Julie Tierney (Seth Aaron Henderson was “super duper” impressed with the sarcastic tough girl)
Laura Kathleen (blonde princess)
Viktor Luna from Mexico (made cool stud jacket)
Anya Ayoung-Chee (beauty queen from Trinidad who own learned to sew 3-4 months ago)
Bryce Black (my Idaho boyfriend)
Rafael Cox (was homeless for a couple of years)
Anthony Ryan Auld (cute color-blind Louisiana boy who had testicular cancer)
Becky Ross (white haired girl who grew up in a cult)
Bert Keeter (the love of his life died from AIDS, he turned to alcohol and he’s now sober and returning to fashion)
Kimberly Goldson (self-taught designer whose mom was also a designer before dying of breast cancer)
Gunnar Deatherage (he’s another self-taught designer, but he reminds me of Christian Siriano)
Danielle Everine (looks like the heroine in a Victorian novel, reminded Seth Aaron of Amelia Earhart)
David Chum (Boston boy! Everyone this season is self-taught)
Joshua McKinley (brought a menswear collection, but won everyone over; love that license plate jacket)
Joshua Christensen (bald menswear man of faith who wants to find a wife; he blew Seth Aaron away, )
Olivier Green (described as “international” and he has an interesting accent that’s just unplaceable)
Fallene Wells (she was a semifinalist last year but was told she needed more sophistication in her clothes)
Serena da Conceicao (works for Beyonce’s line, is obsessed with Tim Gunn — as we should ALL be! She wanted to start a Tim Gunn band with the first album called Made It Work? Is that what she said? Love it! Canceled wedding in Iceland to do PR)
Amanda Perna (has a high pitched voice and tried out for the past two seasons)


Catch up on my “Project Runway” stories in this nifty archive!

I love sleuthing! I just wish I were better at it. I'm more of a speculator...

Go here:

Sign up. Check out the forums. It’s a new FORT (Fans of Reality TV) but instead of telling everyone there’s no more “Bachelorette” sleuthing because posters are too crazy, they let people sleuth and spoil. And even though I’m *just* finding it now, it’s been up for all of Ashley Hebert’s Season 7 and it posted the finale and “After the Final Rose” details a couple of days before Reality Steve. I wish I had known that before doing this story, but oh well.

They will also be doing stuff on “Bachelor Pad” Season 2, although those spoilers are already out there up until the final four and the winners won’t even be chosen until September.

Of course the best place for Bachelor/Bachelorette/Bachelor Pad news is still Wetpaint, but it’s nice to have a sleuthing/spoiler site to go to again.

Peach was a peach. Will Bert take her place as the lovable sassy "senior" contestant?

Right now “Fairy Dragmother” Peach is talking about her “Holly Hobbie dinner napkin disaster” on “Project Runway” Season 8.

Here's the Season 9 cast, as I attempted to copy the pics from the official Lifetime site. I'm kind of in love with Bryce already.

Thank you, Lifetime. I really wanted to see this season again. (Sarcasm.)

But it is awesome to see more PR before the Season 9 premiere, which (as you must know) is next Thursday, July 28 at 9 p.m.

I don’t know how long these repeats will be going on  — or when they even started, I’m just noticing now — but I hope they go back and start from the beginning and do a FULL ASS MARATHON!

Blogging Project Runway is doing a great job, as always, of posting Season 9 promos, cast intel and other stuff. You can also catch up on my PR ramblings in this nifty archive.

See you next week for the premiere!

Wait! Do we know if Tim Gunn will continue to do his amazing post-episode vlogs on his Facebook site? He got into some hot water last season for being brutally honest, but I love him for that. Please keep vlogging, Father Tim!

Samantha and Mike are better than Ashley and anyone. Heck, they may even be better than Ali and Roberto.

To be fair, few things aren’t better than “The Bachelorette” Season 7.

I love “The Bachelorette” and I’ll watch it no matter what crazy shenanigans they pull, but this season has been rough. Still not as rough as Brad Womack + his therapist, but Ashley Hebert’s season is only just now becoming bearable and we’re already at the overnight dates.

On the other hand, “Love in the Wild” is getting better and better every week.

Samantha and Mike are already a stronger couple than Ashley and JP or Ashley and Ben F. on “The Bachelorette.” I don’t see the appeal of Steele, but he and Erica seem to be doing well too. I felt bad for Jason, but he should be glad to be free of Jessica. Derrek is a twat. Ben is a twat, but I love him with Brandee. She brings out the best in him. Theresa and Skip get such little air time I keep forgetting they are there. Heather and Miles are a good team.

But I just love Mike & Sam. They are living out the love story I wanted to see on “The Bachelorette.”

Next week it looks like they are forced to switch partners and someone is carted off in an ambulance Nice.

Are you watching “Love in the Wild”? You should watch. Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on NBC. At least tape it or watch it On Demand. Or just catch up on episodes right here on the official site.

Not that I’m giving up on “The Bachelorette.” I’m not sure if Ashley picks JP or Ben. I said Ben before but I really have no idea. Read all kinds of Bachelor/Bachelorette news/spoilers and fun stuff here at Wetpaint’s site.

And don’t forget: The Greatest Show On Earth is coming soon! Yes! “Bachelor Pad” Season 2 arrives on August 8. Prepare.

Now it feels real!

I haven’t seen photos on Lifetime’s official “Project Runway” Season 9 site yet, but Us Weekly just got an exclusive look at the Season 9 cast.

So far I’m into the crazies like Bryce Black and Viktor Luna (a name that sounds like it was stolen from “Harry Potter”) — and “Uncle Tightass,” of course!

Here's Us Weekly's little cast photo. Can't wait to see bigger, individual pics!

Here’s the Us intel on the 20 new designers, as copied wholesale from

BERT KEETER, 57, based in Los Angeles
More About Bert: A graduate of NYC’s Parsons design school, the single Keeter warns Us, “I enjoy my space and can be difficult when I don’t get it.” (His nephews call him Uncle Tightass!)

DANIELLE EVERINE, 26, based in Minneapolis
More About Danielle: Always dress to impress! An intimates designer for Target, the engaged Everine says that the fashion faux pas that drives her crazy is sweatpants worn out of the house.

RAFAEL COX, 27, based in Atlanta
More About Rafael: Cox’s celebrity style icons? Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen!

DAVID CHUM, 29, based in Boston
More About David: How would Chum — who runs his own fashion line, Selahdor — relax outside of the workroom? “If I wasn’t designing, I’d be at the beach, tanning, swimming and sipping a cocktail,” Chum says.

SERENA DA CONCEICAO, 31, based in New York City
More About Serena: da Conceicao knows just which celeb she’d want to wear her designs. Dying to outfit Marion Cotillard for the Cannes Film Festival, da Conceicao would put the actress in a draped gown for the red carpet.

AMANDA PERNA, 24, based in New York City
More About Amanda: Citing her style icon as Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City, the University of Alabama grad’s biggest Runway fear is having to make a tailored shirt. “I kind of hate them,” she says.

GUNNAR DEATHERAGE, 21, based in Louisville, Ky.
More About Gunnar: A hair stylist for AVEDA, self-taught designer Deatherage would “kill” to design for Nicole Kidman.

JOSHUA CHRISTENSEN, 29, based in Los Angeles
More About Joshua: Why should Christensen win Runway? “I’m focused and driven,” he tells Us. “Runway is not about being on TV; It’s about being a designer. Plus, I have years of pent up creativity waiting to be unleashed.”

FALLENE WELLS, 29, based in Denver
More About Fallene: Will Wells make for a drama-free season? “I can get along with almost anyone,” she says. “I let things roll off my shoulders.”

VIKTOR LUNA, 30, based in New York City
More About Viktor: The youngest of seven siblings, Luna would love to design for quirky singer Bjork. “I would make a futuristic voluminous gown and style her very alien-like,” Luna tells Us.

OLIVER GREEN, 22, based in New York City
More About Oliver: Green’s most prized design was a men’s suit jacket he designed in 2010 that has been featured on Italian Vogue‘s Web site.

BECKY ROSS, 38, based in Portland, Ore.
More About Becky: The first garment Ross ever made? Barbie clothes! “I started sewing when I was 8 on a flimsy Fisher-Prince plastic sewing machine…I was more into making Barbie look great than “playing” with her!” says Ross.

CECILIA MOTWANI, 34, based in New York City
More About Cecilia: The self-taught designer would love to create a garment for Ellen DeGeneres. “I would design her a jacket with a tail and a big convertible lapel, [along with] silk jeans,” Motwani says.

KIMBERLY GOLDSON, 36, from White Plains, Md.
More About Kimberly: “The first garment I ever made that was actually wearable was a dress for my sister’s wedding rehearsal in 2007,” Goldson says. Years later, the designer has already crafted a garment in her head for singer Jennifer Hudson. “I’m thinking of a long-sleeved backless mini with gold and bronze gems [all over it],” she hints.

ANYA AYOUNG-CHEE, 29, based in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
More About Anya: One early design was a slouchy gray jumpsuit — that she wore when she competed in the 2008 Miss Universe Pageant!

BRYCE BLACK, 26, based in Portland, Ore.
More About Bryce: Lady Gaga is not just his style icon. He tells Us he listens to her, “internet-stalks” her and wants to create something for her “so overdesigned, it would be offensive.”

JOSHUA MCKINLEY, 25, based in New York City
More About Joshua: The single McKinley is a spare-time runner, moviegoer and thrifter — but not a hard-core tube viewer. “I honestly don’t own a TV set,” he tells Us.

JULIE TIERNEY, 35, based in Grand Junction, Colo.
More About Julie: Before studying fashion design at age 32, the avid skier and snowboarder was a pastry chef at a restaurant owned by Heidi Montag‘s parents!

LAURA KATHLEEN, 26, based in St. Louis
More About Laura: “I put my career before everything,” says the fashion design teacher. The single Kathleen, who has been auditioning since season 5, adds that the “love of my life” is her toy poodle, Oliver.

ANTHONY RYAN AULD, 28, based in Baton Rouge, La.
More About Anthony: Auld is color-blind in red-green and blue-yellow. “The way I see solids is a little different,” he says. “It’s my biggest weakness.”


Don’t forget: The new season starts Thursday, July 28.

Catch up on my “Project Runway” stories in this nifty archive.

Are you a Beneffer? He reminds me of one of my brothers, so I don't mind if someone else takes him.

*Spoilers and speculation ahead!*

“The Bachelorette” Season 7 has been pretty wince-worthy up to this point, but I would argue it’s still not half as bad as Brad Womack’s Debbie Downer of a “Bachelor” Season 15. He had a therapist! On several episodes! And he never looked comfortable with the woman he chose (and vice versa). That was one of the worst seasons I’ve ever seen — and I was a big proponent of bringing Brad back,  just not Boring Robot Brad who told every girl the same thing (did he think Emily wouldn’t notice?).

I’ve always preferred “The Bachelorette” anyway, for the obvious reason that it’s much more fun, to me, to watch 25 guys fight over one girl. If I want to watch girls crying and snapping at each other I’ll go back to middle school.

However, unlike some seasons, on Season 7 Ashley Hebert has only really had two contenders from the beginning.

Even though Ryan Park seems sweet to me, the guys bash him as the second coming of Jake Pavelka and he just seems too cheesy for Ashley. Reality Steve seems to think they are setting up Mr. Sunshine as the Season 16 Bachelor and maybe that’s true — he has the generic Captain America looks the show loves.

Ames Brown seems like a fascinating guy but even if he weren’t already dating Jackie Gordon from “Bachelor Pad” Season 2, he would still not be right for Ashley. Did you see the condescending way she reacted to his (creepy) elevator kiss — like he was some little kid who made a surprisingly adult decision and “Wow, good for you, little buddy!”

There’s no one else other than Ben Flajnik and JP Rosenbaum. Constantine Tzortzis may get to the final three, but he seems as into Ashley as Chris Harrison.

How much do you think he regrets telling that "Cupcake" story? I'm betting "a lot."

Reality Steve’s spoilers say JP is the final guy, but Steve’s sources have given him bad intel for the past two seasons in a row — leading me to wonder if Bachelor/ette producers may have finally gotten a hold on their own finales. We’ll see.

(And no, getting an update a week or two before the finale does not count if the wrong spoiler has been out there for months.)

(*Update* Dang it! It sounds like the spoilers were right and Cupcake is off the market. Rats.)

JP is getting major screen time. I’ve read the arguments why that means he’s NOT the winner and I’ve read why that doesn’t mean anything. I’m going by what I see chemistry-wise.

JP is the friend who picks Ashley up after she’s been dumped by Bentley Williams. He was the first one to get two 1-on-1 dates (before Mr. Sunshine even got one) but they were both post-Bentley talks where she just talked to JP about Bentley. Ashley and JP don’t have as much fun together (at this point) as she has with Ben F.

JP is insanely attractive and I’m starting to think he just has great chemistry with everyone. If JP were The Bachelor, even Chris would make eyes at him. I don’t think there’s anything *special* about JP’s chemistry with Ashley, despite him saying he just has a feeling about them. I think Ashley likes having him as a shoulder to cry on and I have no doubt that he’s an amazing kisser.

But she just has a different look around Ben F. I can picture her picturing herself out there in Cali, dealing with whatever people deal with when they have wineries. It’s a relaxing kind of lifestyle. Ashley likes wine. Ashley could use a low-key guy to balance out her zany energy. And I think she knows that. Plus, Ben F. is protective of her and also funny in a way that Ashley seems to like. They seem to “fit.” That doesn’t mean she’ll pick him — I thought Jake and Tenley “fit” better than Jake and Vienna — but it makes more sense to me. I loved their “mental kiss.”

Both JP and Ben have done videos on the official Bachelor site. JP talks about how, by Episode 6, he’s “smitten” with Ashley. Ben F., on the other hand, looks half asleep in his video and plays down his interest to such an extent I have to think he’s joking around.

Plus — and I don’t know why I’m reading so much into this, but I am — Life & Style had that cover story where they announced that Ashley is engaged and “elated.” They described her chosen one as “… the sweetest guy, and he’s very sensitive. He had his heart broken in the past, but he loves being in a relationship, and he and Ashley have great chemistry.” I think that could be either JP or Ben but to me it sounds more like Ben.

Also, Ashley does her People magazine blogs every week and for the one in Phuket, Thailand she talked about how Ben stood out to her at the orphanage:

“At this point, I started to see the guys in a completely different light, especially Ben F. He took it upon himself to paint a mural for the children and was a standout guy in terms of interacting with the children. It really melted my heart, and I feel like this helped solidify my feelings for him.”

At the end of the column, she said “Looking back at this week, the most important lesson I took away is that the best type of love starts off with a slow burn, and eventually turns into something much brighter than a spark ever could.”

Slow burn = Ben.

To be fair, I’m really pushing this Ben F. argument because I want JP as the next Bachelor. And not just because I had a very nice dream about him that I wish I had TiVo-ed so I could watch it back. I think the whole “Cupcake” storyline is adorable but almost too perfect.

If JP and Ashley are engaged and happy, I’m happy for them. But there’s really no one else from this season who would make a decent Bachelor. Not Mr. Sunshine. Not mellow yellow Ben F. Ames is already dating someone else. And they have no luck with finding random guys off the street. Remember Brad?

If JP is taken (or says no) could Stag be the next Bachelor?

Anyway, read all kinds of recaps, top 10 lists, spoilers, speculation and random gossip at Wetpaint’s Bachelorette site. And don’t forget to read up on “Bachelor Pad” Season 2, which won’t start until August 8 but it’s already 100 times better than Ashley’s season.

Wait a minute. I forgot something.

It’s possible that if Ashley IS engaged to JP then they could make Michael Stagliano the new Bachelor, because Stag and Holly Durst are no longer engaged and he supposedly still holds a torch for her and cries about it on “Bachelor Pad” but she’s just not that into him anymore. Or something.

I still want JP as the mini rosemaster, but Stag is my second choice.

Catch up on my Bachelorette/Bachelor/Bachelor Pad blog stories in this nifty archive.

Everyone kinda expected this one to be Ben Affleck and Blake Lively.

Are you reading the blind vice reveals that were just unveiled on July 4 on Crazy Days and Nights? You should be.

Every Friday I head there for the juicy blind vices. I usually come up blank on who is involved, but the commenters are astute and usually guess well.

And now we have the answers to many of the BVs. I wish Ted Casablanca would do this for The Awful Truth, but he’s not as awesome as Enty.

I kinda sorta trust this entertainment lawyer guy. It doesn’t mean the vices shouldn’t be taken with a grain of salt, but we all figured Michael C. Hall and Julia Stiles had a thing on “Dexter,” despite her assertions to the contrary. No?

Some of the vices are truly wowzers. I’m posting a taste below, but Enty said he has tons more to post, so I may not have seen the best of them yet. Even Lucille Ball has a vice listed!

Here’s a sampling of the full shebang. If my friend Lisa is reading this, I hope this makes her stop telling me I should marry Josh Hartnett:


Original vice post date: June 27, 2011

This A list couple, although, if taken individually he is probably a B+ actor who sucks at acting and she is rarely in anything anymore because I think most of her days are filled with followup doctor’s appointments. Anyway, this couple is finished. Over. If they don’t announce their divorce prior to July 4th, I will go ahead and do it for you on that day. You know, because I care.

Reveal: Demi & Ashton


May 24, 2011

Really, Estella?

These would have been very hard without the Estella Warren part of the equation. It is amazing what someone will tell you about themselves in a two hour conversation one night.

#1 – Had an affair with this A list movie actor. Was said to have been the reason his marriage ended.

#2 – Complained about having sex with this B- list movie actor with a bigger name than his resume should really give him, because she says to everyone that he always wanted to talk about it before and after and analyze the whole event.

#3 – Called this fellow countryman and celebrity, her 30 second guy, and that was actually his record. Most of the time he could not even get to where he was going without finishing if you know what I mean.

#1 – Bruce Willis
#2 – Josh Hartnett
#3 – Michael Buble


April 25, 2011

So, when this then A list movie star married this then A list television actress it was a big deal. Heck, even though they have been divorced for years it is still a big deal. Apparently the reason they rushed the wedding is that our A list television actress refused to have sex with the A list actor until they got married. Bet he did not have that issue with his current partner.

Brad Pitt & Jennifer Aniston


April 18, 2011

Now they are "pariahs"?

#1 # 2 & #3 – This mostly movie B- list actress has had something strange happen to her. Most of the time when someone cheats on someone with another actor in this town, nothing really happens. Apparently though, the scorned C+ television actress has made it her own personal crusade to tell everyone who will listen about how badly she was hurt by the cheating actress because of what she had done for her ex. She of course also blames her ex, the A- list television actor from a hit show. The crusade has made the two cheaters kind of pariahs among their peers.

#1 – B- movie list actress
#2 – C+ television actress
#3 – A- list television actor

#1 – Julia Stiles
#2 – Jennifer Carpenter
#3 – Michael C Hall


April 8, 2011

#3 & #4 – Speaking of A list celebrity couples. Well, not really, because only the woman is. The guy is a hanger on. Anyway, earlier this week they visited her lawyer to talk about a pre-nup. Apparently the yelling got so loud, there was a crowd around the conference room where the meeting was being held. This went on for an hour. Now I wonder whether the wedding will even take place.

Jessica Simpson & Eric Johnson


April 1, 2011

#2 & 3 – This B list television actress on a hit network show has entered the movie world. She was also recently entered by this A list movie star. The two had a quick fling while filming their movie, but he dumped her. She has not lost feelings for him though and had sex with him when they saw each other earlier this week. When she asked when they would see each other again, he replied, “the next press event. If you are lucky we can hook up again then.”

Do you think she was just bitter when she said this?

Reveal: Ryan Reynolds & Blake Lively


March 24, 2011

Although this supposedly had nothing to do with their recent breakup, this A list movie actress told many of her friends that when she was dating her A list movie actor boyfriend that he had the smallest peen she had ever seen on a guy. Like so small that when he did not trim that she had trouble seeing the stump in the bushes if you know what I mean.

Bradley Cooper & Renee Zellweger


Read more Blind Items Revealed here.

Carry on!

Finally! “Project Runway” is almost here. July 28, baby! It’s even more exciting than the idea of “Bachelor Pad” Season 2 starting on August 8. But that is definitely exciting too. (Don’t pretend you won’t get sucked in. You will.) “Breaking Bad” is one of my “upscale” AMC shows — like my #1 fave “Mad Men” — that balance out the reality trash I usually watch, so I’m also looking forward to that July 17 premiere.

Here’s the full July schedule, as copied wholesale from the lovely and amazing AOL TV Squad:

Friday, July 1
8:00 – ‘Bucket & Skinner’s Epic Adventures’ (Nickelodeon) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Dual Survival’ (Discovery) 2nd season finale
9:00 – ‘Flea Man’ (National Geographic) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best’ (TLC) 1st season mid-season premiere
10:00 – ‘King of Dirt’ (DIY) 3rd season finale
10:00 – ‘My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding’ (TLC) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Ultimate Predators: Nature’s Nightmares’ (National Geographic Wild) special presentation

Saturday, July 2
8:30 – ‘Curb Appeal: The Block’ (HGTV) 3rd season finale
9:00 – ‘Shane Untamed’ (National Geographic Wild) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Celebrity Ghost Hunt’ (Biography) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Shark Men’ (National Geographic) 1st season finale

Sunday, July 3
8:00 – ‘The Ultimate Crash: House, Bath, Yard’ (DIY) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Christopher Titus: Neverlution’ (Comedy Central) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Masterpiece!: Poirot XI: Hallowe’en Party’ (PBS) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Treme’ (HBO) 2nd season finale

Monday, July 4 – American Independence Day
8:00 – ‘A Capitol Fourth’ (PBS) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Citizen U.S.A.: A 50-State Road Trip’ (HBO) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular 2011’ (NBC) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Bath Crashers’ (DIY) 3rd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular’ (CBS) special presentation

Tuesday, July 5
9:30 – ‘Property Virgins’ (HGTV) 10th season finale
10:00 – ‘Chopped’ (Food) 7th season finale
10:00 – ‘Hard Time’ (National Geographic) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Teen Mom’ (MTV) 3rd season premiere

Wednesday, July 6
9:00 – ‘Flipping Out’ (Bravo) 5th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Haunted Collector’ (Syfy) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘I Shouldn’t Be Alive’ (Animal Planet) 5th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Devil You Know’ (ID) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Men of a Certain Age’ (TNT) 2nd season finale
10:00 – ‘Restaurant: Impossible’ (Food) 2nd season premiere
10:30 – ‘Hollywood Treasure’ (Syfy) 1st season finale

Thursday, July 7
8:00 – ‘An American Family: Anniversary Edition’ (PBS) special presentation
8:00 – ‘The Great Dinosaur Escape’ (National Geographic) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Big Brother’ (CBS) 13th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Call Me Fitz’ (DirecTV Audience) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘Police Women’ (TLC) 6th season finale
10:00 – ‘Jurassic CSI: In Living Color’ (National Geographic) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Swords: Life on the Line’ (Discovery) 3rd season finale

Friday, July 8
9:00 – ‘Fish Hooks’ (Disney) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta’ (TLC) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Killer Shots’ (National Geographic Wild) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Monster Fish’ (National Geographic) 3rd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids’ (TLC) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Torchwood’ (Starz) 4th season premiere

Saturday, July 9
8:00 – ‘Dino Gangs’ (Discovery) special presentation
8:00 – ‘A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!’ (Nickelodeon) special presentation
8:30 – ‘Secrets from a Stylist’ (HGTV) 2nd season premiere
9:00 – ‘Baring It All’ (Style) special presentation

Sunday, July 10
8:00 – ‘Big Brother [Sunday]’ (CBS) 13th season Sunday premiere
8:00 – ‘Mob Wives: Reunion Special’ (VH1) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Sunday Best’ (BET) 4th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Hoarding: Buried Alive’ (TLC) 3rd season premiere
9:00 – ‘Holmes Inspection’ (HGTV) 3rd season premiere
9:00 – ‘Secrets of Seal Team 6’ (Discovery) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ (HBO) 8th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Famous Food’ (VH1) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Finding Bigfoot’ (Animal Planet) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘The Indestructibles’ (National Geographic) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Sex, Lies & Power’ (TLC) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Tough Cookies’ (Food) series premiere

Monday, July 11
8:00 – ‘Eureka’ (Syfy) 4th season mid-season premiere
9:00 – ‘Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations’ (Travel) 7th season mid-season premiere
9:00 – ‘The Bad Girls Club’ (Oxygen) 7th season premiere
9:00 – ‘The Closer’ (TNT) 7th season premiere
9:00 – ‘HGTV Design Star’ (HGTV) 6th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Love Crimes of Kabul’ (HBO) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Man vs. Wild’ (Discovery) 7th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Warehouse 13’ (Syfy) 3rd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Alphas’ (Syfy) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Dance the World’ (Travel) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Deadly 60’ (National Geographic) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Law & Order: LA’ (NBC) series finale
10:00 – ‘Rizzoli & Isles’ (TNT) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Surprise Homecoming’ (TLC) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Surviving the Cut’ (Discovery) 2nd season premiere

Tuesday, July 12
8:00 – ‘Eat St.’ (Cooking) 1st season finale
8:00 – ‘MLB All-Star Game 2011’ (Fox) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Mutant Planet’ (Animal Planet) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Food(ography)’ (Cooking) 3rd season premiere
9:00 – ‘Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escape’ (BBC America) series premiere
9:00 – ‘I Hate My Kitchen’ (DIY) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Chopped’ (Food) 8th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Love/Lust’ (Sundance) 1st season mid-season finale
10:00 – ‘United Tastes of America’ (Cooking) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘World’s Deadliest Snakes’ (National Geographic Wild) special presentation

Wednesday, July 13
8:00 – ‘Big Brother [Wednesday] (CBS) 13th season Wednesday premiere
9:00 – ‘Ghost Hunters International’ (Syfy) 3rd season premiere
9:00 – ‘Roseanne’s Nuts’ (Lifetime) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Sons of Guns’ (Discovery) 2nd season premiere
9:00 – ‘This New House’ (DIY) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘America’s Most Desperate Landscape 2011’ (DIY) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Damages’ (DirecTV Audience) 4th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Dance Moms’ (Lifetime) series premiere
10:00 – ‘The Franchise: A Season with the San Francisco Giants’ (Showtime) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Legend Quest’ (Syfy) series premiere
10:00 – ‘One Man Army’ (Discovery) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Rescue Me’ (FX) 7th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry?’ (ID) 2nd season premiere
10:30 – ‘I Married A Mobster’ (ID) series premiere

Thursday, July 14
9:00 – ‘4th & Forever’ (Current) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ (CMT) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Texas Women’ (CMT) series premiere
11:00 – ‘The Green Room with Paul Provenza’ (Showtime) 2nd season premiere

Friday, July 15
12:00AM – ‘Childrens Hospital’ (Adult Swim) 3rd season mid-season finale
8:00PM – ‘Friday Night Lights’ (NBC) series finale
8:00 – ‘Prankstars’ (Disney) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Phineas and Ferb: Boys Interrupted’ (Disney) special presentation
9:30 – ‘Great Performances: Rigoletto from Mantua’ (PBS) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Haven’ (Syfy) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Outrageous Food’ (Food) 2nd season finale

Saturday, July 16
8:00 – ‘Chaos’ (CBS) series finale
8:00 – ‘Pretty Hurts’ (Logo) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘Born Male, Living Female’ (Style) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Keeping Up With the Randalls’ (Hallmark) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Super Eruption’ (Syfy) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Home by Novogratz’ (HGTV) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Pit Boss’ (Animal Planet) 2nd season mid-season premiere

Sunday, July 17
8:00 – ‘Cyberbully’ (ABC Family) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Eden Eats: Austin’ (Cooking) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Big Rich Texas’ (Style) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Masterpiece!: Zen: Vendetta’ (PBS) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Amsale Girls’ (WE) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Bar Rescue’ (Spike) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Breaking Bad’ (AMC) 4th season premiere

Monday, July 18
8:00 – ‘Giuliana & Bill’ (Style) 4th season premiere
8:00 – ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ (Fox) 9th season premiere
8:00 – ‘House Crashers’ (DIY) 4th season finale
8:00 – ‘Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story’ (Lifetime) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’ (TeenNick) 11th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Mann v. Ford’ (HBO) special presentation

Tuesday, July 19
8:00 – ‘It’s Worth What?’ (NBC) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Drug Kingpin Hippos’ (Animal Planet) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Million Dollar Decorators’ (Bravo) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘True Grime: Crime Scene Clean Up’ (ID) series premiere
11:00 – ‘Awkward’ (MTV) series premiere
11:00 – ‘Web Therapy’ (Showtime) series premiere

Wednesday, July 20
8:00 – ‘Run My Makeover’ (HGTV) series premiere
8:00 – ‘Sweat Equity’ (DIY) 8th season finale
9:30 – ‘Hollywood Hi-Tech’ (DIY) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Deadliest Warrior’ (Spike) 3rd season premiere
10:00 – ‘South Beach Tow’ (TruTV) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Storage Wars’ (A&E) 2nd season premiere

Thursday, July 21
10:00 – ‘NY Ink’ (TLC) 1st season finale

Friday, July 22
12:00AM – ‘NTSF:SD:SUV’ (Adult Swim) series premiere
8:00PM – ‘Cool Room Countdown’ (DIY) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Deadly Women: Deadliest Women’ (ID) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Heat Seekers’ (Food) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Killer Shots’ (National Geographic Wild) 1st season finale

Saturday, July 23
9:00 – ‘Single With 7’ (Style) special presentation
11:00 – ‘The Inbetweeners’ (BBC America) 3rd season finale
11:30 – ‘Come Fly With Me’ (BBC America) 1st season finale

Sunday, July 24
9:00 – ‘Finding Sarah’ (OWN) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘Same Name’ (CBS) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Swamp Wars’ (Animal Planet) 1st season finale
10:30 – ‘Entourage’ (HBO) 8th season premiere
11:30 – ‘The Venture Bros. Special: From the Ladle to the Grave: The Story of Shallow Gravy’ (Adult Swim) special presentation
11:45 – ‘Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1’ (Adult Swim) 8th season finale

Monday, July 25
12:15AM – ‘Mongo Wrestling Alliance’ (Adult Swim) 1st season finale
8:00PM – ‘Are You Fitter Than a Senior?’ (Health) 1st season finale
8:00 – ‘Hitler’s Suicide Ship’ (National Geographic) special presentation
9:00 – ‘There’s Something Wrong With Aunt Diane’ (HBO) special presentation
10:00 – ‘The A-List: New York’ (Logo) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition’ (ABC) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Vanished with Beth Holloway’ (Lifetime) 1st season finale

Tuesday, July 26
9:00 – ‘101 Ways to Leave a Game Show’ (ABC) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘Deadliest Catch’ (Discovery) 7th season finale
10:00 – ‘Nail Files’ (TV Guide) 1st season finale
10:30 – ‘Hook, Line & Dinner’ (Cooking) 1st season finale

Wednesday, July 27
9:00 – ‘Ton of Cash’ (VH1) series premiere
10:30 – ‘Truck Stop Missouri’ (Travel) series premiere

Thursday, July 28
9:00 – ‘Black Tide: Voices from the Gulf’ (Animal Planet) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Project Runway’ (Lifetime) 9th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Serving Life’ (OWN) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Jersey Shore: Recap Special’ (MTV) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Love Bites’ (NBC) 1st season finale
10:30 – ‘The Originals with Emeril’ (Cooking) 1st season finale

Friday, July 29
8:00 – ‘Ice Pilots’ (National Geographic) 1st season finale
8:00 – ‘Thundercats’ (Cartoon) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Yard Attack’ (DIY) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Deadly Women’ (ID) 5th season premiere
11:00 – ‘John Pinette: Still Hungry’ (Comedy Central) special presentation
11:00 – ‘Iron Man: Anime’ (G4) series premiere
11:00 – ‘Young, Broke & Beautiful’ (IFC) 1st season finale
11:30 – ‘Wolverine: Anime’ (G4) series premiere

Saturday, July 30
8:00 – ‘The Cabin’ (Hallmark Movie) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Age of Dragons’ (Syfy) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Renovation Realities’ (DIY) 7th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Carson Nation’ (OWN) 1st season finale
11:00 – ‘Outnumbered’ (BBC America) series premiere
11:30 – ‘Friday Night Dinner’ (BBC America) series premiere

Sunday, July 31
9:00 – ‘Great White Invasion’ (Discovery) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Sessions: A Conversation with’ (OWN) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Jaws Comes Home’ (Discovery) special presentation
10:00 – ‘The Real L Word’ (Showtime) 2nd season finale
10:00 – ‘Unique Eats’ (Cooking) 3rd season finale
10:30 – ‘Unique Sweets’ (Cooking) 1st season finale

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