Not to make you feel old or anything, but it's been 20 years since Ryan Gosling entered the spotlight on The Mickey Mouse Club. Things were obviously a lot different back then — the Gos wore necklaces, suspenders, really light jeans, laughed funny, and took on-camera advice from future 'N Sync star JC Chasez. There's proof of all of this awesomeness in the form of a "Mouse Mail" segment from an episode of the Disney Channel show. The year was probably 1994 (or so), which makes Gosling right...Read Full Story
(Getty) A few buzzworthy tidbits from around the web to distract you from your work day.What do you think of Amanda Seyfried's rap skills? The actress dropped by BBC Radio's 1xtra with the film's director Seth MacFarlane to talk about their new comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West, and show off some pretty sub par rap skills. Have a listen below. JC Chasez gave life advice to a young Ryan Gosling. The former boy band member offered a young Ryan Gosling some words of wisdom on how to keep...Read Full Story
As those ladies who owned the Game Boy masterpiece *NSYNC: Get to the Show in the early aughts are well aware, the lads of 'N Sync have a hacky sack pre-show ritual that is super dreamy and adorable. Things were no different at the quintet's recent mini-reunion at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards a few weeks ago, as evidenced by this clip Lance Bass posted to YouTube on Monday. Swoon.Sure, it took 'em a while to get started, but it's been a while! College kids today probably don't even know...Read Full Story
(Photo: Getty Images)If you were hoping for an NSYNC international arena tour à la Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees, or New Kids on the Block following their mini-reunion at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards, don't hold your breath. Not only are the five members of the boy (now man) band not that interested in it, but they might not even like each other all that much."No [tour]," Chris Kirkpatrick said Monday on a Florida radio show. "This was for Justin to get the Video Vanguard Award. ... "It was...Read Full Story
Boy bands are back in a big way, as anyone who watched Sunday evening's MTV Video Music Awards can attest, but girl groups, not so much. 'N Sync's J.C. Chasez is hoping to change all that with the launch of Girl Radical, a 11-person "supergroup" he founded after becoming familiar with AKB48, a Japanese idol girl group that currently has 88 members and holds the Guinness World Record for Largest Pop Group.This week, the group premiered the first of 5 webisodes that cover how the group got...Read Full Story
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