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I am a senior staff writer at THG and a big fan of Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Robert Pattinson. I believe Kim Kardashian is bad for society, but great for attention, and that The Real Housewives should all be banned from existence.

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Cameron Diaz may star in one of the biggest family movie franchises of all-time, but her interview in this month's British Vogue isn't meant for most Shrek viewers.

Asked how she remains so young and viral looking, the gorgeous actress replied:

"The fountain of youth [for me is]... exercise, healthy diet, lots of water, lots of laughter, lots of sex - yes, sex, we need that as human beings. It's healthy, it's natural, it's what we are here to do!"

We always knew we liked Cameron Diaz for a reason...

British Vogue

So, the star - who appears alongside Tom Cruise in this summer's Knight and Day - is getting her intercourse fill these days with Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, right?

Diaz wouldn't reveal much. Asked if she's in love, the actress just said: "You know what? Yes I am. I'm in love with life."

Fair enough. But if ARod, or life, doesn't provide Cameron with the sort of healthy, natural experience she desires, we have two words: Call us!

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If Adam Lambert were to place an online personal ad, he clearly would not be seeking a SWF with whom he could go on long beach walks.

Instead, in an interview with Frontiers magazine, the singer makes it clear that he's interested in a SYPB. What does that stand for? By the end of this article, you should be able to figure it out...

On the pressure of being an openly gay musician: The thing I keep telling myself whenever the pressure starts looming is that I’ve been doing what I’ve always done, just on a larger scale now, so it’s not so bad! The opportunities that have come from American Idol are amazing.

On current musical influences: I love a lot of the electronica stuff from the UK - Ive been gravitating toward that lately. I had my moment when I was all about the classic rock years back, but lately it’s more about pop-electro stuff. I love Goldfrapp, La Roux. And all of the American pop divas, of course: Gaga, Christina, Madonna, Rihanna. I love all of them.

On the reception he's received: At first I didn’t know if the gay community was really into this or not, what I’m doing. And then slowly but surely I was traveling internationally and domestically and met a lot of gay men and women who were really excited about what’s going on with my record and what I’m doing, and it feels really nice for my community to acknowledge it.

Lambert was then asked if he'd rather sleep with Ryan Seacrest or Simon Cowell, a hilarious question. His response:

Ew. Neither one of them is my type at all. They’re both too old for me. I like pretty boys in their early-to-mid twenties. Make sure you print that.

We've done so, Adam. Single, Young, Pretty Boys, consider yourselves lucky!

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Kristen Stewart is stuck traveling the globe with Taylor Lautner. That poor, poor girl.

Meanwhile, a bunch of her Twilight Saga castmates gathered together for an interview with Vanity Fair, in which they each dishe on various aspects of the franchise. Let's see what they had to say...

Nikki Reed in Rome

Nikki Reed (Rosalie Cullen), on the appeal of the movies: “Bella and Edward’s love is very taboo and forbidden and I think that kind of represents all youthful relationships, because that’s what all first loves feel like... It’s sort of borderline, like, insane.”

Elizabeth Reaser (Esme), on male co-stars, such as Lautner and Robert Pattinson: “Oh, it gets so old, you have no idea. It has no effect on me. They’re all gorgeous and lovely boys... You just want someone interesting and weird at a certain point. I have a massive crush on Larry David.”

Bryce Dallas Howard (Victoria): “I had seen Twilight innumerable times. After I saw it for the fourth time, one of my best guy friends, for my birthday, made me Post-it notes with Robert Pattinson’s face that said, ‘Live Dangerously,’ because I was so obsessed. My husband actually said to me, ‘Do I need to be worried about this?’”

Ashley Greene (Alice), on Eclipse: “You don’t have to be psychic to know how this movie’s going to do. Obviously, it’s going to be a hit."

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PETA is at it again.

No, the attention-seeking organization is actually not posing a D-list celebrity naked this time, wasting money on a campaign that could otherwise be spent on the lives of animals.

Elisabetta Canalis Topless

Instead, the company is taking at at Brooke Shields, after the actress visited Kopenhagen Fur's workshop in March and said:

"I will advocate that both my generation and the younger generation can wear fur" and "I will wear the fur garment when I follow my children to school, when I drink coffee and when I sleep."

We must say: those are especially odd comments to make. Of all the causes to advocate, who chooses fur?!?

PETA held nothing back in its response, calling out Shields and her floundering career:

"When I was a little girl, I dreamed about growing up to be a rock star. Or maybe a veterinarian. Or a roller derby queen. I didn't dream about anally electrocuting animals on fur farms, but apparently Brooke Shields did.

"We understand that when some actors' careers begin to fade, they'll do just about anything to stay in the limelight, including appearing in eyelash-growing commercials and starring in short-lived TV shows. But Brooke, did you really want the world to remember you as a 'fur pimp' who stares agog at rows of animal skins?"

We have to (painfully) admit: we agree with PETA in this one instance. How about you?

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As she goes around the globe, donning skimpy clothing and trying way too hard to prove she's no longer an innocent Disney drone, Miley Cyrus has come under fire for... well, donning skimpy clothing and trying way too had to prove she's no longer an innocent Disney drone.

But, in an interview with the BBC this week, Miley sent a message to critics that feel this way: suck it!

"They can think what they want,” she said. “Those are people who are just close-minded and don’t understand art."

As for the criticism she's received over the last couple years in general, Cyrus said:

“Everyone goes through a bad point in their life and makes bad choices. But they just haven’t been published and it hasn’t been documented on the Internet. You can see how that would drive people crazy. I would like to see you at 21 and video that and put that out there for people to comment on.”

As well-known Miley haters (to the maker of this video: you rule!), THG must respond with a few points:

  1. Miley, you are 17. Not 21. That's a huge difference. Get back to us when you can vote, purchase tobacco, fight in a war, graduate from college and buy alcohol legally.
  2. If what you are doing is "art," then Britney Spears is Picasso. You're wearing tight leather outfits and singing about how hot you are and how every guy out there gives you "mad attention." Get over yourself. You're a cliched pop singer.
  3. It doesn't matter what the average teenager would do, if his/her bad decisions were "published" or not. You're not average. You're a multi-millionaire, a global icon. Your defense for past actions boils down to: "Oh yeah? Well, everyone else does that, too!" That's a lame cop-out for anyone to hide behind, let alone someone who is supposed to act in a responsible manner because she's a role model to girls around the world... whether she chooses (or deserves) to be or not.
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We've gotta give credit to the writers of Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami.

After season one of this "reality" show concluded, they clearly came to a realization: Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian have the combined personality of a piece of pocket lint. They're more boring than an episode of 90210.

That's why producers have told Khloe to get pregnant, at least a baby would spice things up. It's also also why season two of this E! series will focus on Scott Disick. Kourtney's baby daddy knows how to deliver the drama!

Case in point: the alcohol-fueld tirade he goes on in the preview below, which tabloids claim led to a split between Kourtney and Scott. There's just one problem: this footage was filmed months ago, meaning we already know the outcome: Kourt and Scott are just fine.

The same can't be said for people that actually tune in watch this entirely scripted nonsense...

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It's not as extreme as the makeover Lance Bass recently underwent, but Taylor Swift changes her look a bit in the latest issue of Marie Claire.

The young singer pulls up her hair and looks more serious than ever in a photo from the magazine. For someone known as much for her smile and bubbly personality as her impressive career so far, this is freaking us out a bit...

Serious Swift

Inside the issue, Swift talks about her early success and how setting goals for herself was a helpful way of keeping her focus and priorities straight:

“I love having a goal, feeling like I’m on a mission. I love trying to beat what I’ve done so far. I knew that everything I wanted to happen could happen in Nashville. So it became my number-one goal to get there somehow.”

She's done more than just get there, that's for certain. Unfortunately, the city in question is still recovering from massive flooding in April, a situation Taylor has spoken out and prayed over.

Meanwhile, to purchase any of the outfits Taylor is wearing here, visit the THG Style Store today!

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She often sits stop near the top of publication's list of Most Beautiful Women.

She's often photographed by the paparazzi. She stars in a lot of movies and she's dating one of the world's most beloved singers.

Do we actually know much about Jessica Biel, though? The actress is a rather unknown entity in this celebrity gossip age. But perhaps we'll learn more about her in this month's Glamour, as she touches on the following subjects in the magazine...

On keeping in shape: I like to do a couple of yoga classes during the week, mixed in with weight training sessions for strength. And yoga for me is more of an elongating thing. I hike and walk my dogs a lot. It keeps me very clear-headed.

On competing with the world of Justin Timberlake: I guess I would say my thing is just as wonderful. And that’s the only way: when you each have your own world and it’s just as great.

On making fashion choices: I’m not someone who has this amazing instinct about fashion. Sometimes I cannot be bothered…I just thrown on whatever is comfortable... I literally spent most of my teenage years in Umbro shorts and No Fear T-shirts.

On climbing Mount Kilimanjaro: I’ve learned that I can push forward, which was exciting for me. When you get out into the wilderness and strip [away] all of the stuff in your everyday life, you really gain a great respect for your own life, simply as it is.

Well said, Jess. Guess you can do more than just pose beautifully. Really, really, really beautifully.

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This is getting serious, folks.

At first, we thought Justin Bieber Fever only hit teenagers. But then an adorable two-year old came down with a case of the disease.

Now, the it's spread to the elderly, as evidenced by the following video. In it, a grandmother claims she's only singing a Bieber hit because her relative is holding her hostage. She doesn't exactly seem to mind, though, does she?

Are you suffering from Bieber Fever? If so, ogling these photos of the young star might help satisfy your cravings. Good luck!

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Bruce Beresford-Redman stands accused of murdering his wife.

But the TV producer claims he's innocent, and is now asking friends to help him prove it.

In a mass email obtained by TMZ, Beresford-Redman writes to acquaintances and requests their assistance in convincing a Mexican judge that he deserves bail. Bruce writes:

"...my wife Monica was killed on our recent trip to Mexico, and now unfortunately, the Mexican authorities have decided to charge me with the crime. I am innocent and intend to fight in court both here and in Mexico."

Bruce Beresford-Redman Letter

Bruce and Monica had two children, and Beresford-Redman cites their well-being when adding:

"As I am likely to be detained in the U.S. while fighting extradition, I am asking you if you are willing to write a letter on my behalf.  Your letters will likely help me secure bail so that I can be home with my children while fighting extradition."

It's hard to imagine what any friend could say about this man - the only suspect in his wife's death, authorities have said - that would result in any bail. Sadly, though, stranger things have happened in the justice system.

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