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  • Many PopEater Readers Know a Real-Life 'Gossip Girl'

    Posted Oct 11th 2010 at 04:00 PM by The Pop Chorus

    It's that time of year -- 'Gossip Girl' is in full swing again. The social butterflies are back in action in the real world, and Blair Waldorf, Serena van der Woodsen and co. are back to their old schemes on the CW. Our readers took the opportunity to hearken back to the gossip girls they've encountered, partied with, friended and defriended. These members of our Pop Chorus have seen it all --...

  • Adam Lambert Puckers Up on Stage Again

    Posted Oct 7th 2010 at 07:27 AM by PopEater Staff

    Adam Lambert is known for his sexy on stage antics, and he's at it again. The 'American Idol' finalist planted a kiss on his bass player Tommy Joe Ratliff during a concert at JCB Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Last November, the singer shocked the crowd during his performance at the American Music Awards when he grabbed his crotch, made out with an androgynous keyboardist and simulated a sex act with...

  • Plenty of Readers Know a Real-Life 'Gossip Girl'

    Posted Oct 1st 2010 at 11:00 AM by The Pop Chorus

    'Gossip Girl' season is in full swing again. The social butterflies are back in action in the real world, and Blair Waldorf, Serena van der Woodsen and co. are back to their old tricks on the CW. Our readers took the opportunity to hearken back to the gossip girls they've encountered, partied with, friended and defriended. These members of our Pop Chorus have seen it all -- the fashion...

  • New Jerseyans: Quit Asking Us About 'Jersey Shore'

    Posted Jul 30th 2010 at 11:25 AM by The Pop Chorus

    'Jersey Shore.' You know it. You love it or hate it. You follow Snooki's Twitter or you loathe her, The Situation, JWoww and the whole bunch. Season two premiered last night, and you either watched or you groaned. Maybe both. But there's a small batch of Americans who experience the show like no others. These are the people of New Jersey. Some of their dignitaries and organizations have weighed...

  • Readers Speak: Our Relationship Was As Bad As Mel and Oksana's, And We Turned It Around

    Posted Jul 19th 2010 at 05:15 PM by The Pop Chorus

    Beyond the issues of alleged abuse and racism, of audio rants possibly tampered with, of restraining orders and child custody, one thing was clear from Mel Gibson's first tape-recorded F-bomb: His relationship with Oksana Grigorieva had become a poisoned union, beyond salvaging, without a shadow of a doubt ... right? Not so, say PopEater readers. Several chimed in to announce that they, too,...

  • Readers Speak: Help! World Cup-Obsessed Loved Ones Are Ruining Our TV Time

    Posted Jul 3rd 2010 at 10:00 AM by The Pop Chorus

    The World Cup just might be the TV event of the summer. Legions of subversive American soccer fans and new recruits to "the beautiful game" have been held in rapture with the South African event for the past three weeks. Sadly, futbol-obsessed loved ones and roommates have been cutting into our readers' TV time. Here, three speak from our Pop Chorus -- they're missing 'House'! They'd die for...

  • Readers Speak: 'Twilight' and 'True Blood' Fans Who Tried the Other Series

    Posted Jun 18th 2010 at 02:10 PM by The Pop Chorus

    With 'True Blood' kicking off its third season and 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' hitting theaters in less than two weeks, we think it's safe to say, it's vampire time. (Unless it's always vampire time these days. Then, um ... we dunno.) Doing our best to avoid a bloodbath between fans, we listened to our loyal Pop Chorus, full of Twi-hards and Truebies who tried one series based on their love for...

  • For Some, 'Sex and the City' Is a Social Event

    Posted May 27th 2010 at 06:15 PM by The Pop Chorus

    Remember back in the summer of 2008, when you popped over to the cinema for a second 'Iron Man' viewing and found yourself navigating a swarm of high-heeled, fashionably-dressed females? That was 'Sex and the City,' notable as the HBO series' stab at cinema success (jackpot), but also as one of the first "event movies" of its kind. Across America, fans treated the lead-up to the film...

  • For Some 'American Idol' Fans, Simon's Exit Is The End

    Posted May 25th 2010 at 04:50 PM by The Pop Chorus

    This evening begins the two-night finale of the ninth 'American Idol,' a season we'll remember less for its lack of talent than as the last hurrah of Simon Cowell, the biting Brit who was never afraid to call it like he saw it. Simon is departing 'Idol' to host 'The X Factor,' an American descendant of a singing competition he created in Britain. In the thick of finale season ('Lost,' 'Law...

  • Grandmas Who Love Being Gaga's 'Little Monsters'

    Posted May 15th 2010 at 11:30 AM by Amber James

    Lady Gaga has changed a generation with her music, her performances and, of course, her outrageous fashion. While the 'Poker Face' singer has droves of young fans, it's sometimes difficult to imagine that anyone over the age of 50 would be caught dead watching Gaga perform a "bloody" 'Paparazzi' set or enjoy seeing her strut around in Alexander McQueen armadillo heels. Of course, we're all...

  • Think David Boreanaz Is a Dirty Cheater? Check Out These Readers' Sleazy Stories

    Posted May 5th 2010 at 04:20 PM by The Pop Chorus

    'Bones' star David Boreanaz joined the Tiger Woods Infidelity Club this week, admitting he cheated on his wife of nine years, Jaime Bergman. Saying his extramarital adventures tainted his relationship, the actor told PEOPLE, "I just want to be open and honest. I was irresponsible." Fair game. He cheated, and that sucks, but he came clean. Then the story took a turn for the worse when Rachel...

  • Sandra Bullock Named Her Son After an Icon. So Did Readers

    Posted May 2nd 2010 at 10:00 AM by The Pop Chorus

    Louis Armstrong's 'What a Wonderful World' played when Sandra Bullock first met her adopted son, and bam, the little boy was dubbed Louis Bardo Bullock. We turned to our delightful readers, the Pop Chorus, to hear their own tales of pop culturey baby-naming. We heard from a couple who named their son during a Rush concert, a woman who melded an Ozzy Osborne song with a Joan Jett rock anthem for...

  • Readers to Jillian Michaels: We Don't Want to Ruin Our Bodies With Pregnancy, Either

    Posted Apr 26th 2010 at 12:20 PM by The Pop Chorus

    'Biggest Loser' trainer Jillian Michaels told Women's Health she would rather adopt than become pregnant, saying, "I can't handle doing that to my body." The body-conscious trainer, 36, carries 120 pounds on her tiny 5'2" frame, but says she was an overweight teen, topping out at 175 pounds. We turned to our Pop Chorus -- to women who know where Michaels is comin' from, specifically -- to hear...

  • Readers Speak: Why 'Dancing With the Stars' Made Us Ditch Team Kate

    Posted Apr 22nd 2010 at 06:00 PM by The Pop Chorus

    Kate Gosselin has had a rough year. After a televised and heavily scrutinized split with Jon, the father of her eight children and then a drama-ridden stint on 'Dancing With the Stars,' the reality TV star's controversial turn on the dance show (at one point, judge Bruno Tonioli called her "the super b**ch from hell") was enough to spoil some staunch Team Kate supporters for good. Just ask our Pop...

  • Twice-Wed Mother of Five Speaks: Serial Marriers, Octo-Parents Have Their Place

    Posted Apr 21st 2010 at 02:15 PM by The Pop Chorus

    Last week seemed to be The Week of the Hollywood Divorce. One PopEater editor felt it so strongly, he sounded off with some hypothetical restrictions for serial marriers and octo-parents. "The following needs to be enforced: If you have been married five times, you should not be allowed to marry again. Similarly, if you have five or more children, you should not be allowed to divorce," Mike...


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