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Pop Addict: VMA Wrap-Up

What’s good, pop addicts? Just another hot day at VSU, huh? The heat really is a pretty big nuisance. Can you say winter, please? Anyway, one thing you know you can get from me is the latest celebs news, and like I promised last Thursday, I got something JUICY—the VMAs! So did anyone actually understand the opening with Lady—or, Sir—Gaga? ...

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PopAddict: Death, divorce, love in Hollyweird

What’s popping, pop addicts!? Did you miss me any? Don’t answer that! If you haven’t heard a lot of drama since the last time we talked, then you obviously haven’t been tuned in to any media outlets. I don’t know what I’m more excited about. So how about I fill you in on the excitement of last week. Where to ...

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Winehouse: Gone too soon

Anyone walking into a grocery store in the United Kingdom will probably pass a magazine rack and see the melancholy, expressive face of Amy Winehouse gazing back at them. Since her death on July 23, at the age of 27, Winehouse has graced the covers and pages of nearly every entertainment and music publication. The furor and publicity surrounding her ...

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‘Water for Elephants’ disappointing

Adaptations are tough for filmmakers to craft, and “Water for Elephants” is no exception. Everything from the casting, to the set design, to the costumes and music will be held, usually unfavorably, against the novel upon which it is based. Sara Gruen, who wrote the novel, created a world of dark imagery and romantic manipulation, revealing the ugly truths lurking ...

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PopAddict: Hollywood seeks new stars, shows

What’s up addicts? Wait a minute! There’s like a week left of school. Where the “jack” did April go? I don’t even remember pranking anybody on April 1. Finals are here; how will I cope? I know one way…and I believe my addicts do too. Duh, with the latest dirt on Hollyweird! Now what is this I hear about President ...

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‘The Office’ faces challenge of replacing its central character

The folks at Dunder Mifflin didn’t realize how attached they were to Michael Scott until they were about to lose him. Better the crazy boss you know than the potentially crazy boss you don’t know, they seemed to be thinking when he told them he was moving to Seattle with Holly. Fans of “The Office,” the NBC comedy that revolves ...

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PopAddict: Hudson into supernatural, GaGa misunderstood

 What’s poppin’ pop addicts? Another day, but at least it’s at the end of the week.   Some people got baked Wednesday and others went to Mickey D’s for that job interview (I know some people were car pooling—but I’m not calling out any names), so overall who can complain?   So let’s get into this dirt for this week, shall we? ...

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Pop Addict: Hollywood’s dark side comes out to play

How’s it going fellow pop addicts!? I would rate my week an 8.5 out of 10. Yes, it was just that great. I have to say that the impersonation show Tuesday was a treat! If you missed the show, you missed out on a lot. It was too much for Twitter—seriously! Anyway, let me get right into it because I ...

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Remakes ignore changing audience

The advent of the Hollywood remake era is upon the entertainment industry, and the responses are mixed beyond explanation. This past Friday, a remake of the classic comedy “Arthur” was released, generating little revenue and lukewarm reviews. The film garnered a mere 37 percent approval rating at Metacritic.com, a site that accumulates the reviews of all the major entertainment publications. ...

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Baby bump, reality shows, hit singles in, football out

 Hello fellow pop addicts! This week’s weather has been like a rollercoaster, hasn’t it?  So who’s ready for this week’s dirt? I know you are because I have some treats for you!  All the big ballers who didn’t find it smart to invest are about to be hurt big-time with the lockout.  So with Sundays and Mondays gone, what will ...

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