Apr 17th 2011 11:04AM I'm really confused here: This "Jersey Shore" show, which I watched about 10 minutes of one time, supposedly is one of or THE most popular (un)reality show on MTV; yet, the comments here are all negative about this DJ maybe signing with 50 Cent. So is the TV industry BS-ing us, or are tom and Robert correct? Another no-talent embraced by the stupidest people in history (there, I condensed what both of you said into one phrase). I'm agreeing with tom and Robert. MTV has decided we're supposed to treat these people like "stars" for being on a fake TV show. I don't get it. And you all continue to make them richer and richer.
Apr 5th 2011 1:52AM Poor Zachary. He'll be rich and miserable.
Mar 22nd 2011 11:58PM As Curly once said, "Pardon me while I laugh, nyuk-nyuk-nyuk!!!!"
Mar 19th 2011 1:31PM The media has become nothing more than a PR agency for all things celebrity. What a puff piece of garbage this story is. Willow Smith rocks? Really? ... If this is supposed to be a real list of women who "rock," then why isn't Maria from In This Moment on the list?
Dec 29th 2010 12:49PM Geez, does the writer want to marry Tebow, too? I guess that's why this dump Web site is called "Fan"house. Like many amateurish Web writers these days, Clay Travis' way-too-long column is filled with exaggerations (20-somethings claiming Tebow would never win an NFL game should never be taken seriously, let alone put in print). But let's not let the facts get in the way of one writer's love story. The Broncos have won one game with Tebow at quarterback. Let's see where he and the Broncos are this time next season; then, we can have this debate.
Dec 1st 2010 2:26PM So let's see here, if (if? I ask myself) the tabloid story was false and I were this worthless POS Kate Gosselin, I could contact my attorney and threaten said Hollywood rag(s) with a libel suit. Then again, being the attention-seeker I am and not giving at all a piss about my children, I could go to People, another sell-out rag, and get my mug out there to see all over again. There's money to be made here, and attention to be had. Losers all: Her to start with and any of you who actually waste your time liking this thing.
Nov 24th 2010 11:33PM Got nothing better going on in your life than to "like" this worthless POS, eh MayBelle? BTW everyone, this story is BS. It's based on an unnamed source, which makes it false. Back to what you were doing, which was probably much more productive than wasting your time on Web sites like PopEater.
Nov 24th 2010 1:06PM If you all are going to watch this crap, you at least should keep in mind it's only TV - it isn't real. You discuss this with the conviction of an ESPN analyst. You think the Palin kid (who should be home raising her own kid instead of dancing on TV) actually received enough votes "from the people" each week to survive until the final week? As bad as she was? The network does what it feels is best for its show, increasingly lame casting of so-called "stars" aside. The winner's the biggest nut job of them all. She's had her face surgically rearranged so much she looks like a completely different person. But hey, all the drama and fake crying and "the ball" will lead to more work ... and MONEY$$$$$$$ That's the American way, right?
Nov 14th 2010 1:49PM More typical AOL/Internet crap. The headline on the home page says "grave robbed," implying someone dug him up and either ripped his corpse or items inside his casket. But stupid me, having a morbid sense of curiosity like everyone else, I click on the story only to find out it was his grave SITE that was robbed. I hate Internet crap (I don't dare call it journalism; it isn't).
Nov 14th 2010 1:34PM All marketing, zero talent ... all the way to the bank. And now he's living off a TV industry that has decided we're all supposed to like him. Ho-hum.
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