This past weekend Saturday Night Live brought us the super annoying Miley Cyrus Show and we loved it. "I got guests and a show and am ready to go so I guess that's pretty cool, it's pretty cool," la, la, la! We can't quit singing this contagious ditty from the opening sequence of the Miley Cyrus Show on Saturday Night Live. Since we think Miley needs to bring it down a notch, we're in love with this clip and think that SNL newcomer comedienne Vanessa Bayer definitely nails her impersonation. Just watch for yourself as we get an exaggerated (or not) version of the Disney star. Big points to actor Bryan Cranston for doing a great Billy Ray Cyrus, too.Read more »
Miley Cyrus is giving the Cheetah Girls a run for their money in these sexy leopard tights. Can't be tamed, indeed! The teen queen grabbed a bite at Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills with some friends and took the opportunity to show us her eclectic sense of style. Aside from rockin' those animal print tights, her pink and black feathers are a bit random ... but still cute. We gotta say, props to Miss Miley, 17, for facing the cameras fresh-faced and with simple tousled hair. Nice to see our girl finally looking her age.Read more »
Miley Cyrus was on Saturday Night Live last night. Well, actually it was new addition Vanessa Bayer playing a very funny Miley. Guest host Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad played dad Billy Ray Cyrus. The segment was for a spoof called The Miley Cyrus Show in which the teen queen interviews guest Johnny Depp, who was played by Paul Brittain, another newcomer.Read more »
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are making up for lost time. Since reuniting, the couple has been spreading their rekindled romance across Los Angeles. RadarOnline.com has the details from their latest loved-up meeting. On Thursday night, the duo stopped in at hip eatery Katsuya in Brentwood. Miley and Liam “looked so in love” a source says. They cuddled on the couch of the restaurant’s Dragon Room as their friends entertained themselves. Miley Cyrus Has Steamy Make Out Session With Liam Hemsworth In between “whispering sweet nothings in Liam’s ear,” Miley indulged in some milk and cookies. Clearly learning from their photographed make-out session earlier in the week, the couple avoided waiting paparazzi by sneaking out through the back of the restaurant.Read more »
You think you know danger? You don’t know danger. The internet’s biggest perils are hidden beneath a pretty face; a simple Google (Google) search for Jessica Biel might result in a site filled with viruses, trojans, and spyware.
Erm, yep: that’s pretty much how the internet works. A popular term will always be exploited by malicious hackers (or hacker wannabes) who’ll set up pages which aren’t what they appear, with the purpose of infecting your computer, extracting your personal data, or worse. The most popular targets for these cybervillains, however, change over time; last year it was Brad Pitt, and this year, according to McAfee, it’s Jessica Biel.
More precisely, if you Google Jessica Biel, you have a one-in-five chance of landing at a website that contains some sort of online threat: spyware, phishing, viruses, trojans, spam, and the like.Read more »
Searching for Jessica Biel on the Internet could prove to be extremely risky for your computer, as she has been named Americas "Most Dangerous Celebrity In Cyberspace" by Internet researchers.
Computer protection company McAfee looked at popular search engines such as Google and Yahoo! in assessing the risk by clicking on celebrity-related website links.
The company has said that cybercriminals are using A-listers’ names and images to lure Internet users who surf the Web for the latest gossip, screen savers and ringtones to "fake" Web sites that look legitimate.
Such sites could be loaded with spyware collecting information about users without their knowledge, and viruses that can infiltrate computers, with the goal of making money and committing ID theft.
They found that Biel was the riskiest US celebrity target, with one in five celebrity websites related to her being potentially harmful.
Second in line as the most dangerous star in cyberspace is Beyonce, followed closely by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at the third spot.Read more »
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