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Housemate Pamu May Violation Ulit! Nagtanong Tungkol sa Outside World!

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 05:43 AM PST

Last week nga ay ibinalita ko rito ang di umano'y naging violation ni Housemate Pamu pero hinde naman pinarusahan ni Big Brother dahil pinoprotektahan niyang di mabuwag ang love team na nagpapakilig sa tigyawat niya ang MuVin!

Ngayon may bago na namang violation nagawa si Pamu at ito ay ang pagtatanong tungkol sa outside world. Maparusahan kaya? Naku hula ko mukhang malabo kasi ALAM NA... Maski anong gawin mong kalampag sa mga sekretarya ni Kuya ay wala kang mahihita.

Yang mga chakang sekretarya ni Kuya, nparte ng isang reality show pero puro mga good at puro sipsip comments and tweets lang ang alam na nireretweet. Ayaw nila ipakita ang tunay na Reality sa reality show nila na mas marami ang naiinis at naaantok sa 'Pinoy Big Brother Unlimited'.

Eto ang eksena ng violation ni Pamu! Watch!

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Big Brother Pinatawan ng Forced Eviction si Ex-Housemate Kigoy

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 05:18 AM PST

Yes! Muli na namang na-evict ang M6 member at ex-housemate ng 'Pinoy Big Brother Unlimited'

Pinatawan ni Kuya si Kigoy ng forced eviction matapos nitong manakot at maging bayolente kay Kevin. Nagsimula ang galit ni Kigoy kay Kevin dahil sa isang simpleng biro lamang, pero dinamdam niya ito masyado.

Ay naku Kigoy, kailan ka ba magbabago. Nanghihinayang ako sa iyo. Watch this!

Photo by ABS-CBN, Endemol and Pinoy Big Brother

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New Theatrical Poster of 'Avengers' or 'Avengers Assemble'

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 04:26 AM PST

Just a day before the release of the new trailer of 'Avengers', Marvel released today the new theatrical poster of the film.

There are 2 versions of the poster. The first one if the US theatrical poster while the second one is the UK poster which uses a different title.

Until now, fans are confused if the UK title will be used for its theatrical release or not.

Potterheads, like me, noticed the red sparks on the 'Avengers' & 'Deathly Hallows 1 & 2' posters are kinda similar.

Posters by Marvel

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Housemate Kevin Sinabihan Ng Masakit Na Salita Si Pamu?

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 04:31 AM PST

Sino sa inyo ang mga kinikilig at mga fan ng tamabalan nina Housemates Pamu at Kevin o mas kilala na sa tawag na MUVIN? Itaas ang kamay ng mga fans!

I am super sure ma kikiligin kayo ng bonga sa video na ito. Sweet naman ni Kevin, yun ang tawag niya kay Pamu! Hahaha

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Dancing with the stars Season 14 live 2-hour premiere set for March 19th; Meet the cast

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:06 AM PST

MONDAY MAR 19 8|7c

The stars, the drama, the glamour and the glitter are back on ABC!

“Dancing with the Stars returns for Season 14 on MONDAY, MARCH 19 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) with a sensational two-hour season premiere, then on TUESDAY, MARCH 27, with the premiere of “Dancing with the Stars the Results Show” (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET).

From TV personality, actors, athletes, singers, and artists, the show has the variety. Hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke Charvet are back as hosts and are the three judges: Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli.

Actress Melissa Gilbert will be paired with Val Chmerkovskiy. (Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images; Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Singer Gladys Knight will be paired with Tristan MacManus . (Larry Busacca/Getty Images; Angela Weiss/Getty Images)

TV personality Sherri Shepherd will be paired with Maksim Chmerkovskiy . (Ethan Miller/Getty Images; Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Martina Navratilova will be paired with “Dancing With The Stars” cast member Tony Dovolani . (Tim Whitby/Getty Images; Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images)

Actor Jaleel White will be paired with Kym Johnson. (John Sciulli/Getty Images; Mark Davis/Getty Images)

Jack Wagner will be paired with Anna Trebunskaya. (Samir Hussein/Getty Images; Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Donald Driver #80 of the Green Bay Packers will be paired with Peta Murgatroyd. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images; Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

TV personality Maria Menounos will be paired with Derek Hough.(Jason Merritt/Getty Images; Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images)

Actor Roshon Fegan will be paired with professional dancer Chelsie Hightower (Kevin Winter/Getty Images; Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images)

William Levy will be paired with professional dancer Cheryl Burke (John Parra/Getty Images; Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images)

Singer Gavin DeGraw will be paired with professional dancer Karina Smirnoff. (VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images; Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images)

Katherine Jenkins will be paired with Mark Ballas. (Andreas Rentz/Getty Images; Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

Idol Nation Forums are Ready!

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:01 AM PST

The wait is over! The #1 community for American Idol fans is back with new and improved forums. Chat about all things Idol, form fan groups, and join the Play-By-Players as they post live about the show.

Go to the Idol Nation forums!

Stay tuned as we roll out more community features over the coming days and weeks.

Chat About the Top 13 Guys

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:01 AM PST

The time has finally come! The Semi-Finalist guys sing for America’s vote tonight at 8/7c on FOX and the secret saved contestant will be revealed! Is it Johnny Keyser, David Leathers, Jermaine Jones or Richie Law? Tune in to find out and don’t forget to VOTE for your favorites after the broadcast.

Who do you want to advance to the finals? Join the discussion with fellow fans in the comments section below. Login with your Twitter, Facebook, or American Idol accounts and discuss the episode below.

In addition to chatting here, you can also share your comments on Twitter with #Idol and post your comments on Facebook.

The American Idol Insider will be chatting with you from the audience LIVE from Twitter. Ask @IDOL_Insider your American Idol questions!

Check back tomorrow for recaps, videos, and photos.

Get to know the Semi-Finalists with exclusive interviews.

Past Idol Favorites to Perform on Season 11

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:01 AM PST

American Idol has set the bar high in terms of talent. Successful artists come out of this competition every year regardless of whether or not they win the top prize. This season some of your favorite past contestants return to perform their new music as we watch the current hopefuls compete to stand out.

According to The Hollywood Reporter included are Season 8 finalist Adam Lambert who is set to release his second album, Trespassing, this spring, Lauren Alaina the runner-up from Season 10 who released her debut album, Wildflower, this past October and James Durbin, the fourth place finalist from Season 10 who released his first album, Memories of a Beautiful Disaster, back in November. On the March 15th show Chris Daughtry will debut his new single “Outta My Head” from the album Break The Spell!

Who will be a success from Season 11? Watch the boys perform tonight at 8/7c on FOX and cast your vote!

While you wait for the show to air get prepared and watch performances from the Semi-Finalists.

Weekly Scoop: The Week of Reveals

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:01 AM PST

American Idol is huge this week! Tuesday we’ll see the males perform and find out the identity of the mysterious saved Semi-Finalist. Wednesday the girls will perform and on Thursday the Finalists are announced! In addition to all of that, this is the first week America can vote! Don’t miss the chance to weigh in on the Finalists! Watch American Idol Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 8/7c on FOX! Who are your finalists?

In addition to the show schedule, check out performances and appearances from American Idol Alumni happening this week.

Monday 2/27
Steven Tyler appears on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!

Tuesday 2/28
Watch American Idol at 8/7c on FOX to see the male Semi-Finalists perform and to find out the identity of the surprise save!
Kelly Clarkson performs at the Timmons Arena in Greenville, SC.

Wednesday 2/29
Watch American Idol at 8/7c on FOX to see the Top 12 girls perform.

Thursday 3/1
Watch American Idol at 8/7c on FOX to see the results of America’s vote.
Scotty McCreery performs at the 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore, MD.
Taylor Hicks hosts an American Idol viewing party at ORE, his restaurant in Birmingham, AL.
Casey James performs at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill in Foxborough, MA.

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Paintings Hitler bought found in Czech Republic

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:00 AM PST

In this pictures taken on Monday, Feb. 27, 2012, Jiri Kuchar, amateur art historian, stands in front of paintings by Franz Eichhorst, left, and Friedrich Wilhelm Kalb, right, in a convent in Doksany, Czech Republic. Kuchar claims he found 16 paintings by German artists in various Czech institutions that Adolf Hitler personally purchased during WWII. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek) A five-year search by a Czech author has discovered that 16 paintings in the Czech Republic were once owned by Adolf Hitler.

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340-ton rock begins rolling to LA for art’s sake

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:00 AM PST

After months of preparation, a massive boulder has begun its 105-mile journey to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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Oscars statuettes from ’30s, ’40s auctioned in LA

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:00 AM PST

Fifteen Academy Awards statuettes from the 1930s and ’40s, including the Best Screenplay Oscar given to Herman Mankiewicz for “Citizen Kane,” have been sold at a Los Angeles auction.

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340-ton rock to begin rolling to LA for art’s sake

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:00 AM PST

After months of preparation, the rock is ready to roll.

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Oscars 2012: Just Like Grammys, But With More Leg

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:00 AM PST

Why the contest between the year’s two biggest awards shows wasn’t really much of a contest at all, in Bigger Than the Sound.
By James Montgomery

Angelina Jolie presents at the 84th annual Academy Awards

Photo: Kevin Winter/ Getty Images

There was a wardrobe malfunction, some racy fashion, a bit of onstage inebriation, a little pre-show punking and even a Justin Bieber sighting … and none of it was enough to spare Sunday’s 84th Academy Awards from being called “as bland as oatmeal” and a “badly paced bore-fest.”

Those criticisms may or may not have been deserved; after all, the three-hour-and-something telecast certainly lagged in spots, most of Billy Crystal’s shtick seemed to have been vacuum-sealed during the latter days of the Carter administration and the most memorable moments centered on supposed nipple sips and Angelina Jolie’s right leg. And, shoot, it’s not like there was a whole lot of suspense involved with the show itself; everyone knew “The Artist” was a lock to win Best Picture, and, lo and behold, it did just that.

Still, there were highlights— Emma Stone’s charming (and well-written) presentation bit opposite Ben Stiller, Octavia Spencer’s gob-smacked Best Supporting Actor acceptance speech (and frequent near spills beforehand), Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis’ cymbal-smashing stunt — but overall, consensus seems to hold that this year’s Oscar telecast was too bloated, too straight-laced and too self-reverent. In other words, it was just like every other Oscar telecast, only with accidental nudity and some Cirque du Soleil thrown in at the last minute.

Which is why, after sifting through the aftermath of the show itself, I can’t help but notice the similarities between the Oscars and the 54th Grammy Awards, which unspooled earlier this month and were greeted with the same basic criticisms immediately afterward: feckless host, lifeless pacing, predictable results. And while comparing Billy Crystal to LL Cool J is basically a futile endeavor (Crystal was funnier, but LL bested him when it came to prayer-leading and headwear), it’s not exactly a stretch to call both telecasts long-winded, or make the connection between “The Artist” and Adele.

Of course, some (like, uh, me) have already floated the notion that the Oscars and the Grammys are basically the same show anyway — both are slightly silly, thoroughly incomprehensible exercises in self congratulation — though, for what it’s worth, I actually enjoyed Sunday’s Oscars way more than this year’s Grammys. I thought the former was a better show, more creatively staged, and certainly more adept playing the hand it was dealt.

To wit: Producers went into Sunday’s Oscarcast having already weathered the Brett Ratner/Eddie Murphy bad-press fiesta, and knowing that a) this year’s crop of nominated-films weren’t exactly compelling, b) a (largely) silent, black-and-white film was the odds-on favorite, c) their host was born in 1948, and d) they were opposite the NBA All-Star Game. Forget about “cool” … about the best thing the Oscars could hope for was “classy,” and in that regard, they definitely delivered.

On the other hand, heading into the Grammys, the presumptive favorite had also sold nearly 7 million albums (about as close as a consensus as you can get these days), one of the most-popular hip-hop artists on the planet was the night’s most-nominated act (that would be Kanye West), and three of the world’s biggest pop stars (Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Rihanna) were all in attendance. Oh, and then, on the night before the show itself, Whitney Houston — one of the greatest singers of all time, and a talent whose entire career was basically interwoven with the history of the award — unexpectedly died. If anything, the show was set up to be one for the ages.

And yet, it largely wasn’t. Sure, Adele soared and scored, but everyone else in the previous paragraph was basically an afterthought. And the tribute to Houston, featuring a very game Jennifer Hudson, was buried in the telecast and largely forgotten by the following morning. Combine all that with an odd Nicki Minaj performance, that whole “EDM” tribute and a thorough bungling of the annual “In Memoriam” piece, and the Grammys were a debacle in just about every conceivable way (except for Dave Grohl, of course, who was awesome as always).

So if these two awards shows really are so similar, well, for one year at least, they weren’t. The Oscars definitely out-gunned, out-shone, and even managed to out-Grammy the Grammys themselves. There was a slight spirit of irreverence (Angelina’s leg show, Sacha Baron Cohen’s ash-spilling stunt, the boozy “Bridesmaids” salute to Marty Scorsese) that permeated throughout the buttoned-up proceedings. They even got Justin Bieber involved, and the last time I checked, he was a musician (or at least that’s what people tell me). Both certainly warranted criticisms, though perhaps that’s just the case with all awards shows these days: They are largely antithetical to the way we operate, after all: throwback, three-hour telecasts where brevity is encouraged but never really enforced. They are practically constructed to be deconstructed by bloggers the following morning, painfully un-hip, unapologetically huge and forced to appeal to the broadest of demographics. And yet (or probably because of all that), they routinely deliver viewership — this year’s Grammys were watched by 39 million folks, the largest audience since 1984 — which means they’re not going anywhere anytime soon … if ever.

So if we’re stuck with them, we might as well come to appreciate them. Neither the Oscars nor the Grammys are ever going to be perfect … and this year, neither were. But when comparison is necessary (and given the scope of both, basically unavoidable), the Oscars came out on top, by a large margin. They did more with less, and did so with style to spare. And less Nicki Minaj. Then again, perhaps all of this just begs a larger question: Wouldn’t it be nice if there were some alternatives out there? I wouldn’t hold my breath for an answer, so in the mean time, I’m left to compare one bloviated, bloated awards show to another, even if they don’t even merit comparison.

What awards show did you enjoy more this year: the Grammys or the Oscars? Leave your comment below!

The MTV Movies team has the 2012 Oscars covered! Keep it locked at for updates on the night’s big winners and the best red-carpet fashion.

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Taylor Swift Calls Work On ‘Lorax’ ‘Completely Different’

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:00 AM PST

Doing voice-over ‘very different from when you’re singing songs that you wrote,’ Swift tells MTV News.
By Matt Goodhue, with reporting by Kara Warner

Taylor Swift

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From the recording studio to the stage, it’s certainly clear that Taylor Swift has a knack for expressing her emotions and skills. While the singer/songwriter has graced the silver screen only once, she’s taken her talents to the sound booth for her portrayal of Audrey, a tree-loving daydreamer in the upcoming film “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax.”

MTV News sat down with Swift recently as she prepared for Friday’s release of the famous Dr. Seuss tale, which follows the journey of a young boy who must save endangered trees in hopes of winning a girl’s heart. While making music and characterizing an animated girl are two quite-different tasks, if anyone can do it, and do it well, there’s no doubt it is Taylor Swift.

“It’s a completely different space that you go to in your head,” Swift explained about voice-over work. “It’s very different from when you’re singing songs that you wrote. …With this, you’re sitting there in a booth by yourself having conversations with no one.”

Having scripted conversations by yourself and answering questions to a voice you can’t even see might seem like a lonely gig, but, as with any of her work, the Grammy-winner found meaning and excitement in her role. Even though Audrey and Swift might not exactly resemble one another physically (Audrey has red hair), the blonde singer/songwriter connected with the character on a deeper level.

“She’s heavenly. She’s such a day dreamer, and she cares so much about the past,” Taylor said. “To some degree, you have to have a priority based on the past and the future as well as the present.”

As seen in the trailer, the character of Audrey is fun, bubbly, curious and a big fan of trees. Swift certainly fits all of these traits, and we’re looking forward to seeing what she does with the character when “The Lorax” is released Friday.

Oh, and does Taylor dig trees as much as her animated counterpart? “I grew up on a Christmas tree farm, and she’s obsessed with trees,” she shared.

Do you think Taylor’s voice will work well onscreen? Share your thoughts in the comments!

Check out everything we’ve got on “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax.”

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Justin Bieber’s Top 18 Moments Kicks Off!

Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:00 AM PST

Oh, Baby! Before Bieber celebrates his 18th birthday on Thursday, we’re counting down his best moments so far starting with #18 to #14.
By Jocelyn Vena

Justin Bieber

Photo: FilmMagic

As Justin Bieber gears up for his 18th birthday this week, we at MTV News decided we’d help our guy celebrate the milestone by looking back on 18 of his greatest moments so far.

Whether he’s dazzling us with killer performances, topping the box office and the Billboard charts or just dropping yet another memorable music video, the Biebs has kept us talking since he first rose to super fame way back in 2009.

Of course, actually narrowing down all of those moments was no easy task. Our list had to include career successes as well as personal achievements, and the pop star has had no shortage of either. But we put our heads together for the Beliebers. We’ll celebrate every day leading up to the final reveal on Justin’s big day, Thursday, March 1. What will be the #1 moment? You’ll have to keep it locked at!

18. The 2012 Oscars
No, “Never Say Never” wasn’t nominated for an Oscar, but Justin still managed to snag a few headlines at this year’s show. Bieber popped up in the show’s opener with host Billy Crystal in a sketch that paid homage to Woody Allen’s “Midnight in Paris.” Dressed up in formal wear, Bieber shared what seemed to be longing glances with Crystal. The singer also showed his flair for comedy, giving more proof that he’s a true triple threat.

17. Bieber’s Love Life
Teen superstar Bieber dating Disney princess Selena Gomez has sparked lots of headlines. Whether they’re walking arm-in-arm down a red carpet or sharing some alone time at, yes, the Staples Center for a “Titanic” screening, this twosome is pretty adorable. Selena has always been the mature one in this relationship — she turns 20 in July — so it might take some pressure off having Justin join in her adulthood.

16. Bieber’s Bowling Party
Just as he was getting ready to drop his 2010 album My World 2.0, Nick Cannon challenged Justin to a bowling match. MTV News was on hand at Lucky Strike in New York City as the Biebs tried to beat Cannon. Tons of adoring fans also showed up to cheer on the floppy-haired star. In the end, despite Nick’s big pre-game talk, it was Bieber who won. And Beliebers can probably take credit for helping him to victory!

15. Justin and his Johnson Hit 2011 VMAs
When Bieber walked the VMA red carpet last year, he brought along a very special date. No, not Selena, who was MTV’s red-carpet co-host, but his pet snake, Johnson. (The metaphor was not lost on anyone.) Justin actually seemed to creep out his lady when he unveiled the creepy crawler, and we couldn’t stop talking about it.

14. Someday Perfume Launch
Nobody launches a fragrance like Bieber: The Canadian singer took over Macy’s Herald Square in NYC last June to debut his first perfume, Someday. The iconic department store was filled mostly with female fans hoping to get spritzed by the star, and we found out he cares a lot about how they smell.

“I just think that what we decided to do — making the fragrance for females, not getting a cologne for males — I said it before and I’ll say it again, I’m more concerned about how girls smell ’cause I’m a guy,” Justin explained to MTV News. “And I know what smells good and I know what I like, so girls should know if [I like] it, then other guys are going to like it.”

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Stick with MTV News all week as we count down Justin Bieber‘s 18 greatest moments leading up to his 18th birthday. On Thursday, March 1 — the teen star’s official big day — we will reveal the #1 greatest moment in his career so far. Plus, stay tuned for even more Bieber as we celebrate the milestone!

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