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Posts from: October 2009

Why Lifetime’s lifeless Project Runway is like the first Harry Potter movie

When Project Runway 6 first debuted on Lifetime, I was impressed. I’d been worried about the change of networks, never mind the change of locations from New York to L.A. But I mostly wasn’t convinced that the production company responsible for Real World could reproduce what Magical Elves created while inventing an entire subgenre and …

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Real World DC’s already-annoying cast and subtlety-deficient house previewed

After production ended recently, The Real World DC opened its doors to the media, and as a result, The Washington Post has an extensive preview of the house and its inhabitants. The house includes an Oval Office-like desk and bedrooms with Lincoln, Washington, and Reagan themes, and the confessional looks like the White House briefing …

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Mia Michaels doesn’t have cancer, quit to focus on other projects, like SYTYCD in UK, Canada

A week after quitting So You Think You Can Dance and then remaining silent, Emmy-winning choreographer Mia Michaels has finally explained why she left the show. The short answer: She has better things to do, including working on other countries’ versions of the show. Mia told People, “It’s been an amazing five-year journey and I …

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Adam Lambert calls For Your Entertainment cover “ridiculous” and “deliberately campy”

The cover art for Adam Lambert’s debut album For Your Entertainment was just released, and as Adam himself admitted, it is “ridiculous.” Backlash against it prompted Adam to write on Twitter, “Thank you to those who appreciate and understand that the album cover is deliberately campy. It’s an omage to the past. It IS ridiculous.” …

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