Here’s last week’s caption pic winner. This week’s caption pic is at the bottom of the page.
Thanks to everyone for participating! Argh! This was one of the toughest to decide. So many great captions. The winner is …
“It seemed like a good idea at the time… but all I’m getting is fish food.”
Thanks to ChanningLee for this week’s winning caption.
- Weekend Birthdays! (Note: Birthday shoutouts are for out entertainers, allies, or for any celeb that seems to have a following on AE). Tilda Swinton (above) is 51, the faboo Kathy Griffin is 51, Doris Roberts is 81, Matthew McConaughey is 42, Mo Gaffney is 53, Sally Field is 65, Jon-Erik Hexum would have been 54, Emma Stone is 23, and Bryan Adams is 52. Time to name your top five Bryan songs! Here are mine: 5. “It’s Only Love,” 4. “Cuts Like A Knife” 3. “Heaven,” 2. “Straight From The Heart,” 1. “Run To You”
- Cheyenne Jackson will co-star in the still-untitled Nathan Lane sitcom pilot for USA. He’ll play a doctor who befriends the Lane character when he’s forced to move back to his small Texas hometown.
- Ken Mehlman is being honored as one of the Out 100, and people are not happy.
- The upcoming Snow White movie starring Lily Collins, Armie Hammer, Julia Roberts, Nathan Lane and Sean Bean finally has a title: Mirror, Mirror.
- It’s too bad Milli Vanilli aren’t around anymore. They’d be perfect on X Factor.
- Megan Mullally is joining the cast of the Fox mid-season replacement Breaking In .
- E!Online has a creepy clip of Eric Stonestreet guest-starring on American Horror Story as a man terrified of urban legends … and one in particular.
- The Trouts Of Hazzard: The Spurf is reporting that John Schneider has been cast as Sam‘s dad on Glee.
- Socialite Life has pics of the premiere of J. Edgar, including Colton Haynes, Ed Westwick, Ryan McPartlin and the film’s writer Dustin Lance Black.
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