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9/17/2012
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On, "The X Factor", she's bubbly and nice, and he's gloomy and mean; getting Demi Lovato & Simon Cowell on our couch together is like the human equivalent of sweet 'n sour.
Simon Cowell and Demi Lovato
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They sing! They dance! They're funny! They're beautiful! If they weren't so nice, we'd be suspicious that Nancy and Beth's Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt are a little too perfect...
Nancy and Beth
9/18/2012
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Did you know that "Glee's" Chris Colfer is an expert at wielding sais, the deadly martial arts dagger? Frankly, we think most showtunes could use more lethal weaponry; imagine "Cats" with flamethrowers!
Chris Colfer
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Adam Scott stars in "Ghosted," which is something that happens to us way more often than we’d like.
Adam Scott
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Nikki Glaser is a comedian and writer you may know from "Trainwreck," "Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle," and Netflix's "The Stand-Ups."
Nikki Glaser
9/19/2012
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Simon Helberg is known for three things: starring in "The Big Bang Theory", his Nicolas Cage impression, & his award-winning BBQ sauce. We might only have time for the first two, though.
Simon Helberg
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Anna Kendrick stars in the musical "The Last Five Years." The only thing better than Anna Kendrick is singing Anna Kendrick.
Anna Kendrick
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Folksters Delta Rae have three siblings in their six-person band. Does it counts as sibling rivalry if they fight to see who can rock the hardest? Their album is Carry the Fire.
Delta Rae
9/20/2012
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Ricky Gervais returns to host the Golden Globes. We're a weird combination of excited and scared for it. We're not sure what that is, but the Germans probably have a word for it.
Ricky Gervais
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Tig Notaro is a comedian, actor, and writer. Catch her on "Star Trek: Discovery" and buy tickets for her stand-up tour.
Tig Notaro
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Frank Turner based his album, England Keep My Bones, off a Shakespeare play. We think we heard LMFAO are doing the exact same thing.
Frank Turner