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In case you haven't heard, millions of preteen girls have sunk into a deep depression within the past 24 hours because Kristen Stewart cheated on Robert Pattinson with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director, Rupert Sanders. One semi-psychotic KStew-RobPatz fan even made a hilarious video of her sobbing and damning Stewart for all of YouTube to laugh at. Stewart and Sanders have both released statements about the "momentary indiscretion," (Stewart's words, not ours) but we don't really care about what they have to say. All we really want to read in these kinds of situations are the hilarious things that random people write on the Internet. Thankfully, Next Movie recruited someone to troll the comments sections of various sites to find the best and strangest opinions out there. The result is this gem of a video:
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Sure, we've all been known to throw an Xbox controller in a fit of disgust or flip over a Scrabble board after a particularly heated game. But a real man loses with dignity. Even when it comes to hair. If it's gone, and some sort of pill or cream doesn't work, then your options are to just let it go, or look like Donald Trump.
Of course, there is a third, more ridiculous way. And that would be the fake-hair route. Toupees, spray-on hair, plugs, transplants, extensions...it's all just a fancy way of saying FAKE HAIR. Wes Welker is the latest celeb to go to such great lengths to salvage his coif, even agreeing to appear in ads for the doctor who did his procedure. We don't yet know how Welker will look, but judging by these seven famous guys who violate the Never Use Fake Hair bylaw, he'll look ridiculous.
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MTV's groundbreaking '90s show "House Of Style" is about to be back in a big way, thanks to our pals at MTV Style. Why should you care? Supermodels, that's why.
Before the series, the closest thing to "bringing fashion to the masses" was telling them all to go fight over the clearance rack at Marshall's. This may not matter for you, but it mattered to the girls you were staring at. And the show also brought supermodels into the mainstream. Sure, supermodels had been around since the '80s, but it wasn't until Cindy Crawford, Rebecca Romijn and other mega-babes graced the MTV screen that we saw their normal side, allowing us to delude ourselves into thinking we could nab one someday.
In those days, there was no Internet, so where else could we get behind-the-scenes footage of a Cindy Crawford calendar shoot? Well now, it's come full circle. The "House Of Style" collection has a huge archive of old footage online, and you can watch stuff like that Cindy shoot, just like in the old days when you had to quickly change the channel when your parents walked in.
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All week long MTV will be sitting down with the biggest names in rap to preview the year's most anticipated hip-hop albums. First up is Maybach Music Group bawse Rick Ross, whose record, God Forgives, I Don't, drops on July 31.
If you've seen the cover of the album, your first question is probably, "What's the right amount of Jesus pieces to flash on an album cover?" Well, serving as the Tootsie Pop owl in this particular scenario, Rick Ross lets us in on the answer: 10. You can wear 10 Jesus pieces on an album cover before you start looking like Mr. T.
Ross says the album is "a motion picture, a masterpiece, five-star." That's some Kanye-level confidence right there! As for his influences on the album, it's everything from his post-seizure pineapple diet (seriously, "diced pineapple" never sounded so badass) to the unequivocally badass "Inglourious Basterds." Watch the interview below to get the full preview of Rozay's sure-to-be-huge new album.
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A string of convenience stores in New England implemented a new ad campaign promoting their iced coffee. The campaign relies on life-sized cardboard cutouts of David Hasselhoff holding the beverage (seen above). This is a pretty good idea -- use a little nostalgia and irony to move units. Only, people like the ads too much: over 500 of the cutouts have been stolen.
Which means we've come full circle. People used to clamor for cardboard cutouts of Pamela Anderson in her "Baywatch" reds, and now society has looped back around to an obsession with the man behind Mitch Buchannon instead. Of course, with all the attention, these priceless pop culture artifacts are sure to be protected with extra security. So you Hoff enthusiasts wanna rethink that road trip to some dinky gas station in New England. But don't be discouraged. Your friends will always get a good laugh seeing Hoff in your place. We've put together this list of Hoff memorabilia that will scratch your itch. It can all be yours for just a few bucks on eBay, so check 'em out and start the bidding!
1. Hoff On A Horse
An elegant photo of the shirtless stud on top of a majestic white stallion, captured for all of eternity to hang above your bed.
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You know Fred Willard. He's the funny old guy from "Anchorman" and "Best In Show" and dozens of other movies. He was arrested in Hollywood last night for allegedly masturbating in an adult theater. So now he's the dirty old guy from those movies.
According to TMZ, undercover cops walked through the Tiki Theater and found Willard "with his penis exposed and in his hand." Yep, that's usually how masturbating works!
"Jersey Shore" cast-member and "Guy Code" commentator Vinny Guadagnino previously caused some head-scratching with the giant "Let Go Let God" script on his chest. But now he's showing the rest of his "J-Shore" cohorts that he's the Tat King of the house. Sorry Pauly D, sorry JWOWW, but the title's locked up for now. Vinny has now added a massive backplate to go with the words. As you can see above in the photo he tweeted, he added a giant (asymmetrical?) heart radiating with streaks, making him like some sort of guido version of Tenderheart Bear (which isn't an insult because who doesn't love the Care Bears?) Also, it looks super painful. All that Tenderheart ink on the tender sternum area?
Anyway, we can't wait to see what his Jersey housemates have to say about it.
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"The Hangover's" Ed Helms is set to play a grown-up version of Rusty Griswold in a continuation of the National Lampoon's "Vacation" series. Haha, classic Stu! He's jumping into a role that four other actors have played--the franchise has used a different "Rusty" for every incarnation of the series.
Bringing back an old Rusty to play adult Rusty might be a good idea, but before we get all pumped about seeing Helms stumble into Clark Griswold's footsteps on a botched family road trip, let's review our Rustys, and consider why they won't be returning to the role:
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Miley Cyrus got a Teddy Roosevelt quote tattooed on her left forearm. We quite honestly can't even believe she knows who he is, let alone that she's familiar with one of his speeches. It's quite an inspiring quote, too (I guess nobody gets UNINSPIRING quotes inked onto their skin permanently): "So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat."
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But it just doesn't...fit. So we came up with six presidential quotes that would've made more sense on Miley's skin.
1. To remind her of the confusing old days when she traveled both as herself and as her alter ego Hannah Montana: ''I've now been in fiftyyyy...seven states...'' -- Barack Obama
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When you hear about celebrities being honored by their hometowns, it's usually the same boring spiel: you get a key to the city (which is dumb because have you ever seen a city locked?) or a fancy plaque in an old government building that everyone forgets. The town of Warren, Ohio, however, is clearly too cool for such cliché crap, opting instead to honor hometown hero Dave Grohl with a pair of drumsticks. Giant, wooden, Guinness record-breaking drumsticks, to be exact. Weighing in at 900 pounds and measuring almost 23 feet tall, the big-ass sticks are adorned with painted feathers matching Grohl's arm tattoos.
Warren has already named an alley after Grohl, which is a lot cooler than it sounds; Grohl-inspired graffiti and artwork line the street, where we're betting a lot of high school bands gather to make noise and dream they're the next Nirvana. Warren's gifts to Grohl are generous, considering that he only lived there for the first few years of his life before his family relocated to Virginia, but that doesn't make them any less awesome. Next, we'd like to see Kanye West's hometown of Atlanta, Georgia create a 2,000 pound MCP, which we're pretty sure hasn't been tried before.
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