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Betty White appeared on SNL as a  result of an unprecedented Facebook campaign to have the Golden Girls star host the show. A more noteworthy skit from her appearance was White playing “Florence Dusty” on “Delicious Dish”. The Delicious Dish was a recurring comedy sketch from the Saturday Night Live television comedy series. A parody of public radio shows, the skit features Margaret-Jo McCullen (Ana Gasteyer) and Teri Rialto (Molly Shannon) as bland radio personalities who discuss numerous food and cooking ideas on National Public Radio. Betty White added her timeless humor to this classic sketch…Take a look!

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Glee’s Sue Sylvester takes on the 1981 hit “Physical” by Olivia Newton-John updating the sound, video and inserting her trademark snarl throughout. Enjoy!

From Glee Episode 17: Bad Reputation

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It’s Miley Cyrus‘ big day! E! Online has the exclusive premiere of her new music video, “Can’t Be Tamed,” right here.

The video’s been called the “next step in the evolution of Miley,” which couldn’t be more accurate seeing as how she literally does evolve—into a bird. And not just any kind of bird, she transforms into an Aves Cyrus, a rare species of sexy dancing pop star bird that can’t be caged.

The smoky eyes, striking costumes and racy dancing all let us know she’s moved beyond “Party in the U.S.A,,” but we’re not complaining. Aves Cyruses have to be free to spread their wings (and destroy museums—seriously, check it out!). Plus, it really makes us wonder what this means for her new album, dropping June 22. Can we expect an edgier sound throughout?

So now that you’ve seen it, what do you think of this new breed of Miley?

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The people from, the same ones that brought the “Gaythering Storm” video, feature the story of Lt. Snazzy the Monster. Using the outing of Lt. Monster as a puppet to demonstrate the how damaging the “no strings attached”policy is.

The faux news format is delivered by Bryce Savage who may resemble another silver fox in mainstream media.

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The fun people over at are reporting that Iron Man’s Robert Downey Jr. could potentially be staring as OZ in the rather controversial franchise revamp of “The Wizard of Oz”.

Director Sam Mendes will direct Oz the Great and Powerful, with Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr. “circling to play the Wizard,” Production Weekly reported on Twitter.

The film is a prequel to the 1939 The Wizard of Oz, and the offer has gone out to Downey, The Playlist reported.

The family friendly project (duh), previously known as “Oz,” is set up over at the WB’s New Line banner and is based around a script by Darren Lemke (“Shrek Forever After,” “Jack The Giant Killer”). Naturally, details on this are tight for now.

The movie is one of two proposed Oz-themed movies in the works