By Lex August 12, 2013 @ 1:32 PM
Remember little Abigail Breslin from that movie where she played the slightly retarded little beauty pageant girl which got her an Academy Award nomination at age nine or something. She looks different now. Something has changed. I can’t quite put my finger on it. I think it’s the hair. What? Her tits? She’s seventeen for God’s sakes. What kind of decent man would allow himself to stare endlessly at those perfectly round, nubile, and most definitely porn-fantasy squeezable young boobs. STFU. It’s definitely the hair.
Photo Credit: Bauer-Griffin, Splash, WENN
By Travis August 12, 2013 @ 11:00 AM
Maxim’s hottest woman, Miley Cyrus, was the big winner at last night’s 2013 Teen Choice Awards, as she won “Choice TV Scene Stealer” for her riveting portrayal of a trashy tomboy on Two and a Half Men, “Choice Summer Song” for her teenage drug use anthem “We Can’t Stop” and the “Candie’s Fashion Trendsetter Award”. Of course, she didn’t win “Choice Female Artist”, “Choice TV Actress” or “Choice Music Star”, but a girl can only stick her tongue out so far and shake her ass so much.
And to show that she really earned and truly deserved that that fashion award, Miley showed up dressed in the hottest style of today – “awkward twink”.
(Photo Credits: Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com)
By Travis August 12, 2013 @ 10:00 AM
If Miley Cyrus hadn’t already taken the fine dance art of Twerking out behind the woodshed and put a bullet between its eyes, then One Direction’s Harry Styles took care of it at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards last night. As a billion teenage girls screamed with the orgasmic ferocity of 1,000 suns, Harry shook his ass for a brief moment, or at least long enough to make LL Cool J think, “White kids are the weirdest.” And then he went back to pretending that he and Brad Paisley didn’t record the worst song of the year with “Accidental Racist.”
By Lex August 12, 2013 @ 9:32 AM
Touching and raw are the words that comes to mind. On Sunday night, Lea Michele accepted the highly coveted Teen Choice Award, only to turn around and dedicate the award to her dead boyfriend. Fox TV had absolutely no idea what Lea was up to, which is why they had her speech on the teleprompter, her cast mates ready to rush the stage while Corey’s famous Glee cover ‘Don’t Stop Believing’ played on the public address, and a obituary photo ran up the stage main screen as the show faded to commercial. Touching, raw, and spontaneous. Oh, also, you can catch the new season of Glee starting September 19 only on Fox. I’m pretty sure they’re going to reveal Corey’s killer.