Roger Ebert passed away today at the age of 70. He announced on Tuesday that he was taking a "leave of presence" from his movie reviewing after discovering his cancer had returned following a hip fracture. Being one of the most popular film critics of our time, Roger had touched many celebrities' lives over the past five decades. Read on to hear how stars like Tom Cruise, Zooey Deschanel and more celebrities are reacting to the tragic news. He will be missed.
There were many events that had celebs talking this week — whether it was the devastating end to a tween relationship, the announcement of this year's Sexiest Man Alive or the fact that iPhones have a mind of their own, our favourite stars were forthcoming when it came to sharing their opinions on Twitter. If they weren't weren't keeping up to date with celeb news, they were filling us in on their daily lives: Alexa Chung got stuck in a fun-sounding hole, Jesinta Campbell described her perfect night in, and Scott Dooley let loose on Ed Hardy tracksuits. It's all in here, and more, so click through the gallery and start reading!
Ken Marino is Mark Orlando, just a typical shirtless firefighter looking for love, in a hilarious new web series on Yahoo! It's just like The Bachelor, only in this scenario, comedian Michael Ian Black is Chris Harrison and the contestants are terrifyingly unstable. There's God-loving veterinary assistant Mandy (Kristen Bell), pedicurist/dancer Ballerina (Ken Jeong), and then there's Jennifer Aniston wearing a giant panda costume. If it sounds ridiculous, that's because it is — ridiculously awesome. Ben Stiller and real-life wife, Christine Taylor, even star as former contestants/fiancés. It's a comedy storm! And there are three episodes already. The first is below, but be sure to check out the first "hose ceremony", and more, in the additional episodes.
Check out the first episode after the jump.