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  • VIDEO: A Decade of Oprah Moments

    Posted Dec 22nd 2009 at 10:30 AM by PopEater Staff

    In Hollywood, people are often judged less by the content of their character and more by the content of their wallet. Stars have taken to buying up ever more ostentatious items in order to best display their wealth for all to see. Jay Leno, for instance, owns a fleet of rare and vintage automobiles. What does Orpah Winfrey have? The entire decade. The fact that Oprah has decided to end her...

  • Top 25 Stories of 2009 on PopEater

    Posted Dec 20th 2009 at 06:00 AM by PopEater Staff

    We at PopEater HQ did some number-crunchin' to help calculate which headlines you, our awesome readers, clicked on most this year. Some were obvious, some were shocking, some were funny, and oh-so-many were tragic. The one thing connecting them, is that they were all extremely popular. Starting with ... 25. Letterman Admits Sexual Affairs, Claims He Was Extorted -- Oct. 1 In a stunningly...

  • Video: Most Amazing Celeb Moments Caught on Tape

    Posted Dec 15th 2009 at 03:55 PM by Brooke Tarnoff

    As the decade draws to a close, we wonder: what could be more representative of the last ten years than the phenomenon of viral video? In the early days of the '00s, amazing moments caught on tape were sent around as email attachments, but with the advent of YouTube in 2005, alerting your friends to the best videos was as simple as copying and pasting a quick link. We'll always remember the...

  • The Top Pop Artists of the Decade - 2000s

    Posted Dec 9th 2009 at 04:15 PM by PopEater Staff

    Popular music is tough to define, besides the obvious qualifications: Does the song have mass appeal? Are people talking about it? Is the track glossy and polished? Does your mom tap her feet to it? Answer "yes" to at least three of these and you've got yourself a pop song. As the 00's winds down, we're in a nostalgic mood and looking back at the decade's best pop artists, from Britney to Beyonce....

  • The Top Pop Albums of the Decade 2000s

    Posted Dec 1st 2009 at 08:00 AM by PopEater Staff

    As the decade nears its end, one thing that will be missed is the music. Remember those albums we left on repeat because they really were worth listening to? From the catchy dance tracks to the political rock records that defined the 2000s, we saw artists like Justin Timberlake and Amy Winehouse grow up and deliver pinnacle records we never saw coming. When it came to the Top 40 set, this was a...

  • The Most Scandalous (Mis)Uses of Dead Celebrities to Push Product

    Posted Nov 24th 2009 at 01:02 PM by Shelley White

    It's clear that clever CGI techs can make anybody do pretty much anything on film. Though that could be seen as a good thing -- the ultimate hot-guy flick starring James Dean, a young Marlon Brando and Johnny Depp perhaps? -- it has also ended up producing some of the most crass advertisements in recent memory. The ethics are murky. It seems okay to reproduce a famous dead person for artistic...

  • The Top Pop Songs of the Decade - 2000s

    Posted Nov 24th 2009 at 07:20 AM by PopEater Staff

    While we can't wait to get this decade over with, one thing that will be missed is the music. The summer songs. The bangin' club hits. The unexpected cross-overs from one genre to the next. Holdovers from the '90s like Britney and Justin grew up and delivered, and we got to help create new stars like Kelly Clarkson and resurrect old ones like Kylie Minogue. It wasn't all great ('PopoZão,'...

  • PHOTOS: The Top Ten Wildest Lady Gaga Fashions

    Posted Nov 12th 2009 at 11:59 PM by Jo Piazza

    Lady Gaga has changed the way we view celebrity fashion. When Gaga hits a red carpet style watchers aren't just asking whether she looks good or bad, they're likely to ask, "Wow, is that a live bird on her head?" Each Gaga costume is a true work of art which is why PopEater wants to celebrate our top ten list of the wildest Gaga ensembles. The proof is in the pictures. 10. Phantom of the Opera...

  • VIDEO: Top Stars Check Into General Hospital

    Posted Nov 12th 2009 at 02:10 PM by Scott Harris

    James Franco has a long list of impressive credits on his resume, including mainstream and cult hits such as 'Spider-man' and 'Pineapple Express'. But this month he will finally receive the ultimate accolade for any true Hollywood star: a guest spot on 'General Hospital'. Yes, it's true: the dreamy Franco, who is known for unusual career choices such as his decision to temporarily drop acting...

  • O Boy Band Romeo, Wherefore Art Thou?

    Posted Nov 6th 2009 at 05:00 PM by Laura Ferreiro

    Those synchronized dance moves, color-coordinated outfits, four-part harmonies and emotive solos -- who does them better than boy bands? With the Backstreet Boys (photo, left) in the midst of a "comeback" tour and Robbie Williams' recent announcement that he plans to perform again with Take That (photo, right), we thought it only fitting to find out what their contemporary boy bands have been up...

  • Kim Zolciak's 'Tardy for the Party' and More Reality Star Songcraft

    Posted Nov 6th 2009 at 03:30 PM by Megan Rumph

    When Kim Zolciak performed her single 'Tardy for the Party' on Bravo's 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' reunion this week, she exclaimed that her dreams had come true. Her castmates may agree to disagree. For many reality television stars, fame on the small screen is just the beginning. Like Kim, their dreams often take them into the music world. Now, PopEater takes a look at other celebrities who...

  • Run Away! Best Alien Movie, TV Invasions

    Posted Nov 3rd 2009 at 10:30 AM by Tricia Romano

    At the end of the ten-minute opening scene of the re-imagining of 'V' (debuting tonight on ABC), two overly excited guys are being interviewed by TV. "Dude! This is Independence Day!" one of them says of the by-now familiar site of giant spaceships hovering in the sky. "Which was a rip off of any number of alien invasion predecessors," says his annoyed friend. It's a smart, self-aware way to...

  • Hollywood Careers Launched by Horror

    Posted Oct 30th 2009 at 05:28 PM by Scott Harris

    Once again it's Halloween, and for most Americans that means two things sure to make you sick: candy and horror movies. They may not be good for you, but people just can't seem to get enough of either, which may help explain why so many of our most popular stars got their start in horror movies. Some of the best horror movies ever made have been low-budget flicks churned out to meet the...

  • Best (And Worst) Brothers in Hollywood

    Posted Oct 27th 2009 at 08:00 AM by Scott Harris

    When you grow up with a brother, there are certain family rituals you go through together. Your first baseball game. Your first day of school. Your first Hollywood blockbuster. Okay, so maybe not every group of siblings makes movies together, but when you grow up in Hollywood, all bets are off. Over the past few decades, some of the most popular film, television and music projects have come...

  • Your Favorite Movies in Lego Videos

    Posted Oct 24th 2009 at 11:25 AM by Scott Harris

    One general rule of thumb that is apparent even to young children is this: anything that can be done can be done better with Legos. And what's true for toys is proving to be equally true for pop culture and the internet, with ever more elaborate renditions of movies, songs and TV shows appearing constantly in an attempt to harness the magic power of those delightful little blocks. Because as much...


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