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    Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea has just become a full-blown beekeeper. (We're sure there's a bug joke in there somewhere ...)


    The rocker has set up his own backyard apiary where he has over 200,000 insects, and according to TMZ, three hives with over 60,000 bees in each one. He recently shared a photo of himself in full beekeeping gear on Instagram with the caption, "Deep to the hive super organism. I love my bees. Flea's bees."  



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    But Flea doesn't just love the bees, he wants to help keep them alive and well. His environmental concerns (especially regarding the decreasing honeybee population) also played a big role in encouraging him to start his apiary, Rolling Stone reports. 


    The musician will take a break from his newfound hobby later this year when he'll return to the stage with his Atoms for Peace bandmate Thom Yorke (and a few others) to play the Pathway to Paris concert. The show will raise awareness about climate change and takes place at the same time as the UN Climate Change Conference (Nov. 11 to Dec. 11).  


     


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    In October 1990, People magazine labeled Carolyn Farina a "critics' darling." The 26-year-old actress had found acclaim for "Metropolitan," the Whit Stillman comedy about a clique of elitist, college-age Manhattan debutantes and the outsider who infiltrates their preppy circle. Variety called Farina's performance as Audrey Rouget "sensitive" and "perceptive," and The Baltimore Sun ran a profile of the actress with the headline, "A new Audrey Hepburn?


    But Hollywood, apparently, didn't feel the same way. Farina was still working as a salesclerk at Macy's and living with her mother at the time, an unsurprising tidbit given that "Metropolitan," her first movie, was made for a paltry $225,000. But the film's $3 million in grosses -- an impressive figure for a Sundance indie with no name stars -- did little to buoy her career. Farina had a tiny role in 1992's "Little Noises," starring Crispin Glover and Tatum O'Neal. She acted in plays and appeared in Martin Scorsese's 1993 period piece "The Age of Innocence" -- a "dream come true," the actress told The Huffington Post during a conversation about the 25th anniversary re-release of "Metropolitan." But except for cameos in a couple of Stillman's other films, that's about all we've seen of Farina in the years since. The reason, as she perceives it: She's not blond.



    "I got to the point where I was getting a little long in the tooth to be an actor, according to the Hollywood standards that women are supposed to be funny and blond and beautiful," Farina said. She was 29 when "The Age of Innocence" came out and didn't appear in another film until she reprised her "Metropolitan" role in 1998's "The Last Days of Disco," when she was merely 34.


    "It was certainly the nature of the business that forced me to choose something else, although in my heart I’m still an actor," she said. "I’d gladly accept any opportunity to return to work again. I think actors are born and there’s not much you can do about it, so you either live a life full of loss, at a certain point, or you’re fulfilled. Unfortunately, many of us live a life of that feeling of loss, and that’s kind of a shame."


    Farina, who'd studied acting at the famous Lee Strasberg Institute, has since returned to college and earned a Master's degree in psychology. She works with children and has appeared in only one film since "Disco," Stillman's "Damsels in Distress." (Its grosses didn't even recoup the 2012 comedy's $3 million budget.)


    Still, Farina, who was in bright spirits during our brief phone conversation, took pride in reminiscing about "Metropolitan," for which she earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination. 


    "It's so exciting to get to experience this again, just because it’s always something that’ll be within me, just like how I have brown hair and brown eyes. It’ll never change," she said. "From my perspective in being Audrey, even though our backgrounds were quite different, we were similar in the fact that the human experience was very similar. I was very excited to be able to live this for the amount of time that I did."



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    Have you ever been that person who cries at your favorite band's concert? Yeah, us too. But what if the lead singer invited you on stage so he could sing to you and make you cry even more?


    A Foo Fighters fan named Anthony was lucky enough to experience that on Sunday night during the band's show in Greenwood Village, Colorado. While playing an acoustic rendition of their song "My Hero," Dave Grohl stopped midway through to tell a story when he saw a fan crying in the audience. "Don’t cry, motherf**ker, I know you’re drunk, don’t cry," Grohl said to the fan before inviting him up on stage.


    After Grohl gave Anthony his chair, the singer serenaded him before letting him join on the microphone. Anthony definitely had a better Sunday night than you did.


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    On Sunday, Miley Cyrus wished the world "Goooooodnight" from herself and her "boob," which are apparently two separate entities, with a photo on Instagram that she self-censored. 



    Goooooodnight from me, my boob & @shantiombb

    A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on



    If you haven't taken a look at Cyrus' Instagram account lately, it's worth a peek, if only to know that the 22-year-old has a shirt/thong combo with Drake's face on it. 



    LadieZZZZ whooooo ❤️ Drake LOL

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    Cyrus is set to host the MTV VMAs on Aug. 30, and we're betting it's going to be something. 


     


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    Kathie Lee Gifford returned to work on the "Today" show Monday morning for the first time since her husband Frank Gifford's death. 


    The host began the show with a touching tribute.


    "This is a man who was at complete peace in his life," she said. "He might've been the happiest most contented person in the world at this point in his life."


    "He would want you all to know that when he was a little boy they had nothing, but they had their faith," she continued. "Every time they moved to a new town, his mother and father would take him and his siblings, they would go to church every week as a family, and that kept them as a family through the darkest, darkest times."


    Gifford thanked all her friends and fans for supporting her through this difficult time, calling the outpouring of love "extraordinary." 


    "It's a heck of a way to find out how loved you are. Believe me, my family and I got great strength and comfort from it," she said. 


    Frank died of natural causes at the age of 84 on Aug. 9. He was a former New York Giants running back who became a popular sports commentator.


    You can watch Kathie Lee's full tribute to her husband in the video above. 


     


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    "Can't Hardly Wait" made its theatrical debut in 1998. Seventeen years later, the film's star Jennifer Love Hewitt thinks it's time for a reunion movie. 


    Hewitt, who played theoretical dream girl Amanda Beckett, was apparently inspired by a screening of the movie at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Forever Cemetery this weekend. She tweeted out how proud she was to be part of the film, which also starred Ethan Embry, Lauren Ambrose, Seth Green, Peter Facinelli and Jaime Pressly. 






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    Recognizing that we're living in the era of the sequel, Hewitt seized her moment and declared that now is the time for a reunion.





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    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Actor Emile Hirsch began serving 15 days in a Utah jail Monday after pleading guilty to misdemeanor assault for putting a female studio executive in a chokehold and body-slamming her at a nightclub during the Sundance Film Festival


    The "Into the Wild" star told a judge he was sorry and was learning to take responsibility for his actions, saying he has no excuse for what happened Jan. 25 at Tao Nightclub in Park City. But the victim said Hirsch's punishment should have been tougher.


    Hirsch was intoxicated and taking medications when he dragged the woman across a table, according to police and prosecutors.


    "I know it was completely wrong and reckless and irresponsible," said Hirsch, 30, who wore jeans, a sport coat and tie to court. "I have no excuses for not remembering. I put those chemicals inside me."


    Hirsch's deal with prosecutors also calls for a $4,750 fine and 50 hours of community service. In exchange, a more serious felony assault charge was dropped and the misdemeanor will be dismissed if he completes his sentence.


    Daniele Bernfeld, an executive for the Paramount Pictures subsidiary Insurge Pictures, said in a statement read in court that the violent and unprovoked attack has caused long-lasting effects beyond physical injuries.


    "It took two people to pull him off me, and if not for their intervention, the attack would have continued," she said. "I thought I was going to die."


    She said authorities treated her with respect and dignity, but she's disappointed that prosecutors agreed to a deal that meets the bare minimum.


    "If a violent attack in front of a roomful of witnesses can be labeled a misdemeanor and dismissed, what of women who are assaulted while alone in hallways or bathrooms, or behind the closed doors of their own homes?" Bernfeld said in a statement sent by Los Angeles attorney Don Etra.


    Defending the deal, Summit County Attorney Robert Hilder noted that Hirsch has accepted responsibility, shown remorse and went to rehab in Utah immediately after the incident. The prosecutor said he will ensure Hirsch, of Encino, California, serves the full 15 days in jail and that his community service is meaningful.


    Hilder said of Bernfeld's complaints: "That was a terrifying experience. I don't think we could have given enough jail to satisfy her."


    Hilder, a former state judge, said he thinks the jail time will affect Hirsch.


    "I don't how many of you good gentleman have spent 15 days in jail, but 15 minutes is too much for me. I think he will learn from that," the prosecutor said.


    What motivated Hirsch to attack Bernfeld that night remains unclear. The actor said in court that he still doesn't remember what happened but took responsibility for drinking an enormous amount of alcohol and putting himself in that position. He also was taking medications, Hilder said, but didn't reveal what kind.


    State Judge Kara Pettit agreed that there were no excuses for the attack but credited Hirsch for going to rehab, staying sober and offering what she considered a sincere apology. She noted he had no previous history of violent or criminal behavior.


    She said he would serve one year in jail if he doesn't complete all the stipulations of the deal.


    The prosecutor acknowledged that he's troubled he does not know what motivated Hirsch in the "shocking" attack.


    Hirsch was at Sundance for the premiere of the drama "Ten Thousand Saints." He is best known for his starring role in "Into the Wild" and has also appeared in "The Girl Next Door," ''Milk," and Universal's Navy SEAL drama "Lone Survivor," Peter Berg's account of a disastrous 2005 military operation in Afghanistan.


    As part of the deal, Hirsch was ordered not to drink alcohol or use drugs. He told the judge he will continue going to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.


    Hirsch, who has a young son, said he's grown up after going to rehab, learning the importance of "not just saying I'm sorry, but letting my actions line up with my words."


     


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    Republican presidential candidate and human embodiment of sexism Donald Trump dissed supermodel and reality TV star Heidi Klum in an interview with The New York Times that was published on Sunday.


    "Sadly, she’s no longer a 10,"  Trump said.


    In response, Klum posted a video to her Facebook page on Monday. In it, she wears a shirt that reads "10" that's quickly replaced by one that reads "9.99." The caption on the video reads: #TrumpHasSpoken#sadly #9.99 #NoLongerA10#IHadAGoodRun#donaldtrump#trumped#HeidiTrumpsTrump#BeautyIsI



    #TrumpHasSpoken #sadly #9.99 #NoLongerA10 #IHadAGoodRun #donaldtrump #trumped #HeidiTrumpsTrump #BeautyIsI

    Posted by Heidi Klum on Monday, August 17, 2015

    This isn't the first time that Trump has acted like he's the official arbitrator of female attractiveness. He has called Rosie O'Donnell a "very unattractive person," Kim Kardashian "fat" and Jessica Chastain "certainly not hot." 


    Even his own daughter, Ivanka, isn't off limits.


    "She does have a very nice figure," he said in a 2006 interview, joking that "if Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I'd be dating her."


    The real estate tycoon also owns two beauty pageants, Miss USA and Miss Universe. 


    Trump has been dominating in the latest polls. A CNN poll released on Tuesday showed him leading the Republican field with 24 percent, even after his controversial debate appearance. Another recent poll from Fox News showed him snagging 25 percent of primary voters' support. 


    Of course, Trump has a long way to go until the July 2016 Republican National Convention. As Huffington Post's polling team points out, the election has barely begun and Trump's surge has partly to do with his dominance in the news cycle. According to polling guru Nate Silver, early leads "depend heavily on name recognition... most voters have lives and have not started thinking about the race seriously yet."


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    Samara from "The Ring." Omarosa. Ben Affleck's alleged nanny mistress. 


    Those are just some of the could-be celebrity guest appearances at the next stop on Taylor Swift's "1989" World Tour. Lara Marie Schoenhals, one of the authors behind White Girl Problems, rattled off a list of names in her parody "Please Welcome to the Stage ... " which she filmed after Julia Roberts and folk singer Joan Baez were brought on stage at Swift's recent Los Angeles show.    


    "After seeing Joan Baez and Julia Roberts come on stage at T Swift's Santa Clara show, I came up with some predictions for the random cameos that might occur at her upcoming LA concerts," Schoenhals wrote on YouTube. 



    Tonight Joan Baez and Julia Roberts danced it out to 'Style'. These two women are my heroes. What an honor.

    A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on



    With Swift's seemingly infinitely expanding circle of friends, the possibilities really are endless.  






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    Like mother, like daughter. 


    Madonna celebrated her 57th birthday over the weekend with a lavish bash fit for a queen (of pop). As one would expect of a party hosted by Madge, there was a star-studded guest list that included the singer's daughter Lourdes Leon. The 18-year-old has been channeling her mom circa the '80s with her bleached hair and dark roots. 


    The material girl shared a snap of the two of them on Instagram with the caption, "Birthday Fun with Princess #1 ." Madonna's got her tongue out (she pulled a Miley) and Lourdes has a huge smile on her face. They sure look like they were having a good time. 



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    Madonna was said to have arrived to the party "in a vintage Gypsy wagon overflowing with dancers all in Gypsy attire," a source told Page Six. The bash took place at the singer's Bridgehampton home and horse farm. 


    Other guests included Kelly Ripa, Mark Consuelos and "What What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen


    And to cap off the night, Madonna went home with a new French bulldog puppy (reportedly gifted to her by her kids), which she fittingly named Gypsy Rosa Lee. 



    Gypsy Rosa Lee...........best birthday present ever! ❤️#rebelheart

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    It's the beginning of the end for "American Idol," and Jennifer Lopez is going out in style. 


    Lopez shared a photo from the Philadelphia auditions for the final season of "Idol" over the weekend. In the shot, the 46-year-old stunner wears a navy Thierry Mugler minidress with Casadei shoes. 



    New season of @americanidol is coming. Are you ready? #IdolAuditions #Idol #IdolXV #StayTuned

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    Fox announced its decision to cancel the singing competition series in May. Season 15 will be its last, with judges Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr., and host Ryan Seacrest, all returning. 


    "Do I believe that it's really ending? I have not come to terms with that yet," Lopez previously told People magazine. "I might not."


     


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    Kerry Washington is not interested in the notion that her body is "back" to how it was before she gave birth to her first child. 


    “A few weeks ago, my manager asked: ‘Do you feel like you’re back? I feel like you’re back,'" Washington told Self magazine for the September 2015 issue. "She meant it as a total compliment, but we had this great conversation where I was like, ‘You know what? I try really hard not to use that language, because it’s not about going backward in life.’”


    The "Scandal" star welcomed daughter Isabelle Amarachi with husband Nnamdi Asomugha last year, and isn't trying to grasp onto anything from the past. 


    “I’ve been really focused on not being ‘back’ to anything, but being the best version of myself right now," she said. "My body is the site of a miracle now. I don’t want to be pre-miracle.” 


    See more from Washington over on Self.com





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    Pretty much everything Donald Trump posts could be considered a mean tweet, until now.


    In a brand new follow-up to his "album" of Kanye West tweets, Josh Groban is now singing some of the best tweets of Donald Trump. And the presidential candidate's controversial ideas have never sounded better.


    Is President Obama's birth certificate a fraud? You might not have thought so before, but the way Groban sings it, how could it be wrong? And do we really need more global warming? When Trump says it, it sounds cray cray, but when you hear it from Groban, it doesn't sound half bad. 


    Trump's tweets aren't any better than before, but if hearing Groban singing about more global warming makes you want to burn a bunch of fossil fuels and melt ice and stuff, just don't judge yourself too harshly.


    "Jimmy Kimmel Live" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on ABC.


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    When you have to smash eggs on your head on national television, but you're unsure which are hardboiled and which are raw, you are taking the life of your clothing into your own yolk-soaked hands.


    Zac Efron stopped by "The Tonight Show" Monday night, and he and Jimmy Fallon played a deadly game of "Egg Roulette."


    So now, as required by law, the egg puns ... Things get EGGstreme! EGGstraordinary! EGGceptional! EGGbelievable! EGGawesome! EGGgreat TV! 


    You get the idea.




     


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    Melissa McCarthy's highly anticipated clothing line is finally here!


    In addition to providing fashionable, affordable clothing to women of all shapes and sizes, McCarthy wants her line to bring some much-needed change to the entire shopping experience. 


    In a new interview with Refinery 29, McCarthy said that retailers divide customers based on size, and it simply doesn't make sense to put such a vast amount of shoppers into their own, "less-than" category.  


    Seventy percent of women in the United States are a size 14 or above, and that’s technically ‘plus-size,’ so you’re taking your biggest category of people and telling them, ‘You’re not really worthy.’ I find that very strange,” she said.



    McCarthy told the site that she's already getting help from "a couple of very big retailers" in bridging the gap. While she did not disclose the stores by name just yet, her mission to normalize the shopping experience for everyone is quite clear.


    "I said, 'Run the sizes as I make them and let friends go shopping with their friends. Stop segregating women.’ And they said, ‘Okay,’” McCarthy said of her conversations with retailers that would carry her clothing line. 


    The line, which is aready available on HSN and includes sizes 4-28, will roll out in stores and online between mid-August and September.


    Head to Refinery 29 to see the entire interview. 


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    Earlier this month, Ryan Adams announced he'd be recording a cover album of Taylor Swift's "1989," and it looks like we might be able to hear the whole thing soon. The 40-year-old singer just revealed he's completed a rough mix for every track


    But until we can get our hands on the actual album, we'll have to keep listening to Adams' preview clips, which he's been sharing via Twitter and Instagram all month. Swift even gave the clips the seal of her approval by sharing them with her own followers, many of whom are probably just "discovering" Adams for the first time in 2015. (That Ryan Adams, he's so hot right now.) 


    Yesterday, the American singer-songwriter shared his latest clip of "Blank Space" and it's just as moody as you'd imagine a Ryan Adams cover to be. (Remember his cover of "Wonderwall"? It still gives us all the feels.)





    And then there's "Style," which Adams recorded with a very Smiths-esque treatment:





    And we can't forget about "Welcome to New York," which he promised would be the "guaranteed saddest version ... or your tears back." However, judging by the clip he shared, it seems pretty upbeat and almost Springsteen-like. Listen for yourself: 



    #1989 Welcome to New York Way fun w the gang down at PaxAm.

    A video posted by Ryan Adams (@misterryanadams) on



    One song that did get a very emotional, angsty treatment is "Shake It Off," arguably Swift's most danceable track on the record.



    Shake It Off

    A video posted by Ryan Adams (@misterryanadams) on



    We think we're going to like this album. Perhaps -- dare we say it? -- even more than the original. 


    For more clips, just check out Adams' Twitter and Instagram accounts, where he'll likely continue to post more. 


     


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    Oh to be young and famous and entertain yourself by squabbling on Twitter. 


    Taylor Swift's boyfriend Calvin Harris stuck up for his lady love and all the struggling musicians out there after former One Direction member Zayn Malik retweeted an account (the original tweet was from the handle @FemaleTexts, which has since been deleted, however the same tweet has been reproduced by a number of other accounts) that highlighted the differences between Swift and Miley Cyrus when it came to making money.


    Those differences being that Swift wants to be paid for her work, while Cyrus seems to have suddenly decided she's made all the money she could possibly need and said that she would release her next album for free





    Harris saw the tweet, or more accurately the retweet, as a dig at Swift and rushed to defend his sweetheart:

















    And because no one ever backs down from the opportunity to get in an argument on Twitter, Malik, 22, responded, of course: 














    Harris seemed amused by Malik's tweets and responded, "lol," to his suggestion that he calm his knickers. The 31-year-old producer appeared to issue an apology to the former boy band member, writing, "@zaynmalik all good, it was the quote not you personally mate," but then he quickly followed up with this tweet, leading us to believe none of it was that sincere:





     So who won? Does it even matter? No. The answer is no. 


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    Over the weekend, Ryan Murphy tweeted he had a dream that the "American Horror Story: Hotel" cast had a midnight swimming party at Lady Gaga's home. To make matters even more magical (and spooky), the pool was dyed red, of course. Coincidentally, Gaga's co-star Sarah Paulson had the exact same dream.





    Turns out, it was way more than just a dream. Gaga, who plays the owner of the hotel in "AHS" Season 5, threw a pool party for her cast and Murphy, equipped with red roses, tearful statues and glittering gowns. Luckily the pop singer-actress took pictures to prove it.




    PARTY TIME

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    A party fit for the thespian. ❤️

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    Kathy Bates, who plays Iris and runs the titular hotel this season, was very impressed by Gaga's attire for the evening.





    A photo posted by The Countess (@ladygaga) on



    Hey Gaga, did our invite get lost in the mail?


    "American Horror Story: Hotel" premieres on Oct. 7 on FX.


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    Tim McGraw's Saturday night concert in Nashville was a family affair.


    The country singer brought out his oldest daughter, Gracie, to perform the single "Here Tonight" from his upcoming album. Fans shared videos from their performance on YouTube, showing the pair singing in perfect harmony. The 18-year-old looked right at home onstage with her dad. 




    Fans got another surprise that night when McGraw brought his country star wife, Faith Hill, out to the stage to perform their hit duet from 1997, "It's Your Love." 


    There's nothing like keeping it in the family. 


     


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    The receptionist is in, and he's riding a motorbike!


    Director Paul Feig announced that Chris Hemsworth would join the ladies of his "Ghostbusters" reboot in June, and now we finally have the first on-set photo of him. Hemsworth wears glasses, potentially a nod to Annie Potts' original "Ghostbusters" receptionist, Janine Melnitz, on a bike equipped with a bunch of gadgets.



    In July, we got our first look at the new "Ghostbusters" cast in their jumpsuitsKristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon posed in front of the new Ecto-1 with their ghost-catching gear.


    "Ghostbusters" hits theaters July 15, 2016. 


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