Warren the Ape lives in his own universe, a universe that just so happens to be much more interesting and fascinating than yours or mine. Bouncing around underneath his helmet are a million thoughts and ideas. We were fortunate enough to get just a tiny peek into the immense matter between those furry ape ears in an exclusive interview. Shatner, sex tapes, and sobriety. Ladies and gentlemen we present to you the career reclaiming MTV star Warren the Ape.
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The tough and sexy pampered New Jersey princess Jessica Cimato from the new VH1 reality series You’re Cut Off talks to us about her experience on the show including which of her fellow cast members was putting on the biggest show and her run-in with vomit at Omarosa’s house!
For most of us, this season of the The Bachelorette has been a drama-packed and entertaining spectacle highlighted by professional wrestler Justin “Rated R” Rego’s bravado, a hilarious feud between bully Craig McKinnon and the chronically bullyable Jonathan “The Weatherman” Novack and Kasey Kahl’s heart, rose and shield tattoo. But for Lindsey Grant, a 32-year-old singer/songwriter out of Nashville, the televised competition for the heart of Ali Fedotowsky has been anything but entertaining, serving instead as a painful reminder of betrayal and heartbreak.
Keep reading for our exclusive interview with Lindsey, in which she talks about her relationship with Ty and his decision to go on a reality dating show so soon after their split.
Laura Baron, the lovely life coach from VH1′s entertaining new show You’re Cut Off, took time out of her intense schedule to sit down with Starcasm for an exclusive interview. Among other things, Laura riffs on the show, her future plans, Nicolas Cage, and herself at 16. Check it out!
Fans of The Real Housewives of New York City were taken by surprise Friday when the much-anticipated debut music video for “Money Can’t Buy You Class” by the Countess LuAnn de Lesseps surfaced online with no notice or fanfare. As it turns out, LuAnn and her record label Ultra Records were also surprised by the unannounced release, which occurred as they were still making plans for both private and public premiere events! That’s right, the video was leaked!
Read our exclusive interview with the video’s creative director James “Jersey” Murray who talks with us about the leak and what it was like working with The Countess!
Sometimes it’s the contestants who don’t win American Idol that can become the biggest stars. Just ask Adam Lambert. Season 7 contestant Jason Castro is about as different from the flashy Glambert as an Idol can get, but Castro’s got a slow burn going that may just turn into an explosion when his self-titled debut [...]
MTV continues its venture into movie-making with the February 26 premiere of Turn the Beat Around, a modernized Saturday Night Fever meets Flashdance starring Romina D’Ugo as struggling dancer Zoe, whose big talent, big dreams, big mouth and big love of disco put her in a position to be a huge success. The only things standing in her way are self doubt, a jealous boyfriend, a playboy boss interested in more than her dance talents, and seductress biyotch extraordinaire Malika, played by Brooklyn Sudano.
Brooklyn talks to us about her new movie, dancing, having Donna Summer for a mom and the importance of mascara and a good eyelash curler. Read the interview, see photos of Brooklyn and watch preview clips from Turn the Beat Around!
It’s an exciting time for Canadian-born singer Nikki Yanofsky. She performed two headlining shows this summer at the world’s largest jazz festival in Montreal (the fifth time she has performed there), she was picked by songwriters Alan Frew and Stephan Moccio to record the CTV’s 2010 Winter Olympics broadcast theme “I Believe,” her debut studio album is due out this spring with songwriting help from the likes of Ron Sexsmith, Jesse Harris and Feist and production by the legendary Phil Ramone. Oh, and in a couple months she will be finishing up the 10th grade.
15-year-old prodigy Nikki Yanofsky talks about headlining the world’s largest jazz festival at 12 years of age, balancing a musical career while still in high school, listening to the Beatles and working on her debut album.