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The Week In Superlatives

The Best, Worst and Weirdest of the Week.Cockiest Douche of the Week: Lance Armstrong appearing on Oprah -- Mr. MickeyBest Tweet of the Week: Kelly Cutrone (@peoplesrev) who tweeted, "This Lance...

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American Idol, Golden Globes, and more in GIFs

Welcome to our Friday GIF roundup, featuring a collection of this week's most important, amusing and/or newsy GIFs and GIF sets by Mike Hayes of Buzzfeed and Gifhound.Jodie Foster came out at the...

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Morning Funnies: Lance Armstrong's Books Are Now Fiction

A library in Australia has moved Lance Armstrong's books to the fiction section. [Reddit]Petting charts for cats and dogs. [TastefullyOffensive]Jan Brady Te'oing. [DailyWhat]This flu season is really...

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Watch James Franco Read His Obama Inauguration Poem In Bed

Yahoo commissioned a bunch of poets and James Franco to write poems for Inauguration Day. Franco's poem is about not knowing what to write about Barack Obama and is, therefore, mostly just a poem...

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Crystal Castles'"Sad Eyes" Is Our Music Video of the Day

The Ethan Kath half of Toronto's Crystal Castles -- Alice Glass is the other half -- directed this clip for "Sad Eyes."  It's another  track from the duo's third album and comes while they're still...

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Style Scraps: The Story Behind That Sleeping Bag Thing On Girls

For her first public appearance on Inauguration Day, Michelle Obama wore a custom navy jacquard coat and dress by Thom Browne! Browne told Eric Wilson that "it's one of those moments when I just can't...

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Girls Recap: Is Adam the Most Mature Character On the Show?

In "I Get Ideas," this season's second episode of Girls, Lena Dunham presents each character through the lens of immaturity, showing that it's their lack of experience and footing that gets in the way...

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Aaaaand Here's Amanda Seyfried Playing Linda Lovelace

We've been talking about Amanda Seyfried starring in the Linda Lovelace biopic, Lovelace, for a while now and there's finally a little teaser to, uh, get you in the mood. Watch the actress channel the...

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Off Duty: Bill Kim

Each week in our new Off Duty series, we'll talk to some of our favorite chefs and industry folk around the country to find out their secret late-night spots where they like to grab a bite and a pint...

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Dieter & Bjorn Roth Installed in Former Roxy Roller Disco

Add "art gallery" to the list of unique occupants of 511-515 West 18th Street in New York's Chelsea neighborhood. The two-story brick building dates back to the 1920s, when it was used as a parking...

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Eight Items or Less: Kathleen Hanna + Ad-Rock "Flood the Art Market"

1. Big silent auction benefit and party called "Flood the Art Market" is happening next Monday, January 28, 5 to 10 p.m. at Cristin Tierney Gallery (546 West 29th Street). All the proceeds will go to...

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Heems' First Solo Video: "Soup Boys"

This probably won't get Heems invited to the White House, but hey, you never know. The Queens rapper -- from the now defunct Das Racist -- appears in front of a green-screened collage of random news...

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Was Bill Clinton Checking Out Kelly Clarkson at the Inauguration?

Mobama throwing some epic shade at John Boehner (or, as our mom likes to say, "John Boner" he he he) yesterday at the post-inauguration luncheon. [via Gawker] This is delightful: Watch Al Roker lose...

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Anna Wintour Skips the Inauguration, Still Manages to Network

Anna Wintour skipped the inauguration for the couture shows but still managed to network: here she is, sitting next to the American ambassador to France at Giambattista Valli. The Times doesn't think...

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The Governors Ball Lineup Is Absolutely Insane

We like to think of ourselves as calm, collected, and occasionally blasé when it comes to hearing about parties, concerts and festivals but sometimes announcements come out that remind us that we're...

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Miuccia Prada's "The Great Gatsby" Costume Sketches Are Fantastic

Today Miuccia Prada released a few sketches of the costumes she designed for Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby. Prada previously worked with Luhrmann on Romeo + Juliet, designing Leonardo DiCaprio's suit...

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Unicorns from Hell and More...

1. Nightmare of the week: "Unicorns from Hell." 2. ArtInfo takes a look at "Design in the Age of Xanax" and explains why you might need an Ostrich Pillow or an annual clock with a rainbow face called...

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Dust's Italo-Disco Pastiche "Past Future"

Directed by Luke Wyatt using his trademark "video mulch" technique, Dust's clip for "Past Future" (premiering here) surrounds singer Angela Chambers with all kinds of VHS static, splicing in frames...

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These Bags Make Us Really Want to Have a Picnic

Here's another reason to wish it were spring already: the Welcome Companion "Part-Time Picnic" collection, whose bags look like cute versions of delicious picnic staples. There's a picnic basket...

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Chatting With Tom Hooper and Eddie Redmayne About Les Mis

Twenty-six years after the Broadway production of Les Misérables collected eight Tony Awards, Tom Hooper's film version seems to be keeping apace with the success of its predecessor. Nominated for...

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