Chris Meloni Facebooks a closeup of his enormous package under the guise of making a joke about his hungry dog. He knows his fans.
“Mary Poppins” (Kristen Bell) is about to fly off without an increase in the minimum wage. Killer last line!
Via DNA #174: Yummy Ryan Greasley, as shot by Simon Le. See his cover after the rump. I mean...jump...
Tom Daley's official calendar for 2015 has beautiful images. But as my pal pointed out, the full-length of him in the aqua shorts is incredibly revealing, more so than he usually gives up.
My pal's new Web series Dr. Madonna is...well, it's called Dr. Madonna, so you'll need to watch it...
Gallery of 20 Madonna dolls above!
Doll savant Cyrus Lee Bronock is one of the only people to ever create dolls based on Madonna that look exactly like her. Remember those official Dick Tracy abortions? Check out the amazing likeness in the gallery above to wash them out of your brain forever.
“I have been an artist and doll collector since I was 10 years old. I sculpt, use watercolor dioramas and acrylics. I was upset that Madonna dolls were never made! So I took things into my own hands. Also, I am a big Madonna fan. I created the head mould and cast a mould for it, then filled the mould with plastic. I hand-paint each Madonna doll's face with care. First I sold them on eBay, but now I sell them exclusively through commission.”
Hit him up if you always get your Madge.
Bop Magazine, founded in 1983, has ceased monthly publication, becoming an occasional special. Those in the teen world recognize Bop as a staple of the scene, a go-to for whatever makes tweens squeal. The publication was initially black-and-white with color pinups, but had, over time, become all-color.
The company that owns Bop, Laufer Media, also owns a slew of other '80s and '90s teen titles that have changed hands over the years, such as 16, but its only regular publication at the moment is the ultimate teen mag: Tiger Beat, born in 1965, which is as of the first quarter of 2014 the #1-selling teen-entertainment magazine. Still!
Perhaps if there is another teen invasion, Bop and other titles from the past will see re-inventions. You may think there is a current teen invasion, with big stars like Justin Bieber and One Direction in the news on a daily basis, but most of the big-time teen stars of today are old news. New blood is needed—stat.
Good luck to Tiger Beat—it's a keeper!
Dora Bryan, best known recently as June Whitfield's dotty friend on Absolutely Fabulous in the '90s, has died at 91. The British actress had a long and fruitful career in radio, TV and film.