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Katy Perry Channels Liz Taylor + Idiot Photobombs Engagement = Eight Items Or Less

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Screen shot 2012-02-27 at 6.54.33 PM.png1.  Oh gawd.  Some asshole (literally, har har) photobombed a couple's engagement photo. [Buzzfeed]

2. Jonah Hill is teaming up with James Franco in a new movie produced by his Moneyball co-star, Brad Pitt.  In "True Story," Franco will play a wanted killer, Christian Longo, who uses the alias Michael Finkel while Jonah Hill plays the real Michael Finkel, a journalist who winds up being the only member of the press that Longo agrees to speak to.  Count us in.  [Indiewire]

3. The Whitney Museum got punk'd!  A website called whitney2012.org alleged that the museum decided to sever ties with two of its Biennial sponsors due to the "firms' corporate conduct" but it turns out it was all a hoax.  Where's Ashton Kutcher when you need him? [NYTimes]


Screen shot 2012-02-27 at 7.10.40 PM.png4. Check out these dystopian photos of the Second Ave. subway site. [Gothamist]

5.  Natalie Portman was all over her fiancé hubby at the Oscars.  The two sported telltale rings on their ring fingers leading observers to wonder whether they've secretly gotten hitched. [US Weekly]

6. Not everyone had a good time last night at Oscars parties.  Blade Runner actress Sean Young, who has a history of erratic behavior, was arrested outside an after-party.  For her part, Young claims she was sober and that the security guard went "postal" and that she may sue the Academy. [NY Daily News]

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7. Woah!  A sultry, Liz Taylor-esque Katy Perry looks unrecognizable on the new cover of Interview magazine.  Russell Brand who? [Huff Post Style]

8. The Brucennial opens on Wednesday, February 29th and word is that Cindy Sherman, Richard Prince and Jean-Michel Basquiat will have works on display amidst the slew of unknown, up-and-coming artists the Whitney Biennial alternative is famous for. [ArtInfo]

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