May 17, 2013
May 5, 2013
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Celebrities are no strangers to interventions. However, it is not just drugs and alcohol they form addictions to. They develop plenty of other bad habits, from over tanning to serial dating. When you're paid an obscene amount of money for relatively little work, it can be easy to become accustom to excess. Being rich and famous, living in abundance can become the norm, but slow your roll, celebs, and learn to enjoy all that time and money you have on your hands in moderation. Some of Tinsel Town's royalty just don't know when to stop. For their sake, Moves Like Jäger is here to help, with My Top Five Celebrity Interventions That Need to Happen:
May 2, 2013
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Jason Collins coming out as a gay man is significant. Not just because he is the first active professional athlete in one of the four major American sports—or male on any U.S. pro team sport—to do so, but also because unlike pop musicians such as Lance Bass, Ricky Martin and Adam Lambert or celebrities who lived relatively openly before coming out, such as newsman Anderson Cooper or actors Neil Patrick Harris and Zachary Quinto, Jason's coming out was legitimately a surprise.
Apr 20, 2013
Tuning into TV Land provides a dose of nostalgia, a step back into past. The retro network features a line-up of oldies but goodies, from "I Love Lucy" from the '50s to "Golden Girls" of the '80s to late '90s/early '00s series "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Mar 1, 2013
The 85th annual Academy Awards on Sunday celebrated the best in film. Today, Moves Like Jäger celebrates the best in Oscars fashion, both on the Oscars red carpet and at the after parties. On a night all about a golden statue, it was silver dresses that stole the show on the red carpet, with many starlets opting for sleek looks. There were plenty of princess ball gowns, fishtail skirts and bold colors, too. See whose fashion risks paid off on our Top 10 Red Carpet Looks and Top 10 After Party Looks lists:
Feb 21, 2013
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It was announced in November that Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel will be reprising their "Boy Meets World" roles for a sequel series 12 years after the original's finale, and it was recently reported that other former cast members may join their one-time comrades.
The move is akin to 90s' series "Beverly Hills, 90210" returning to the small screen in 2008. The show, which ran for 10 seasons between 1990 and 2000, was successfully brought back to TV eight years after its finale with "90210," a follow-up series featuring many original characters reprising their roles but focuses on a new crop of lovelorn and trouble-prone high-schoolers.
The TV couple of Cory and Topanga Matthews will be returning to living rooms; this time, instead of being students (the first season saw the gang as sixth graders, and by the series' end in 2000, the friends had all graduated college), the childhood sweethearts are settled into married life with teenagers of their own, and Cory has followed in the footsteps of his mentor, Mr. Feeny, becoming a teacher. Rumors, speculation and vague implications from former cast members (or, according to Internet standards, facts) have been circling that other former cast members, such as Rider Strong, Will Friedle and Mr. Feeny himself, William Daniels, might take part in the blast from the past as well.
With this update on an old childhood favorite, Moves Like Jäger makes a wishlist of other old TV friends it would be great to catch up with:
Nov 7, 2012
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When one sports an “I Voted” sticker, it serves as a figurative and literal badge of honor. More than just those two words, it also says, “I did my civic duty,” “I am a responsible adult who contributes to society” and “I am politically active and abreast of current events.”
A normally modest person suddenly becomes awash in arrogance as evidenced by the innumerable obligatory self-portraits that inundate social media on Election Day.