viernes, 25 de julio de 2014

Remember Charice Pempengco from Glee? She doesn't look like THIS anymore!

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It’s been a little over a year since former Glee actress Charice Pempengco came out as a lesbian, and if we didn’t know any better we’d have a difficult time recognizing the 22-year-old singer today.

Back in March we told you that Charice was nearly unrecognizable when compared to the petite, long-haired performer we saw on Glee, and it seems like she’s only continued to embrace her new persona. In March Charice was sporting no makeup, a partially shaved eyebrow, and super short hair, and a new photo from July 20 tells us that look is here to stay.



Charice before the come out.


Glee star Alex Newell (Unique) had a run-in with the Filipina singing sensation and couldn’t resist sharing it on Instagram. “OMG look who it is!!!! @OfficialCharice Yay!!” he captioned the photo of the pair. In the snap, Charice’s hair is as short as we remember and she’s ditched the colorful ensembles she used to wear in favor of a much more muted outfit. Alex, on the other hand, is rocking a knit top and bright lipstick.

We’re not sure why Charice and Alex crossed paths, but we certainly hope their run-in was Glee-related. We were under the impression that filming for the sixth and final season won’t start until next month at the earliest, but it’s possible they had an early meeting with the Powers That Be. Afterall, music producer Adam Anders revealed last week that he’s already hard at work on the first song of Season 6, so you never know!


Charice Pempengco and her girlfriend covering one Ariana Grande song!

 
Credits: Wetpaint

jueves, 24 de julio de 2014

Justin Bieber Shirtless Tonight

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Megan Fox At Comic Con 2014

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Megan discusses April's character & how her ass kicking scene ended up on the cutting room floor:

It’s all very….goofy. Don’t go in to ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ and expect ‘Batman Begins.’ This really is a kids movie and, from what we were shown, it’s playing that up. The adults in the audience might not laugh at the Keyboard Cat jokes but we’re not sure they were ever meant to.
We’ve give the look of the Turtles a lot of grief (and rightfully so based on some of the earlier materials), but that’s not even one of the film’s problems.



 In the context of the film, the turtles look fine. The mo-cap is done really well and while they don’t look like the classic Turtles of old, they’re not what’s holding the film back. One thing that really did take us out of the moment was the voice of Johnny Knoxville, who, with his Tennessee drawl, just doesn’t have the right sound for Leonardo – the no-nonsense leader of the team.
In the end, this movie seems like it’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by way of the new ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ movies. Light and fun and goofy, but with very familiar action beats and cartoonish heroes.

martes, 22 de julio de 2014

Selena spends 22nd birthday with hot mystery man!

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