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Amy Poehler and Tina Fey Cover ‘Entertainment Weekly’

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The dynamic duo are at it again.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler cover the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly.

The pair are gearing up to host the 2014 Golden Globes on Jan. 12 and they’ve got a lot to say.

Amy on why she and Tina are like The Olsen twins:

“When we’re next to each other we like to hug each other a lot, like we’re in the womb. And Tina’s thumbprint matches my pinkie, because that’s what we were like in the womb.”

Tina on the same Olsen twins theory:

“But I do say the Olsen twins because unlike a lot of comedy duos, we’re not opposites. There’s a lot of overlap in what we like and even in the way we perform, to a certain extent. We’re not Martin and Lewis. We’re like Derek Jeter and A-Rod.”

Amy on her Golden Globes plans:

“We’re going to encourage people to go real long on their speeches.”

Tina on her Golden Globes plans:

“I’m going to tell people to find it. Don’t stop talking until you ‘find it.'”

Amy on who they’d want on stage with them at the show:

“I feel like we’d probably pick an SNL person because we feel comfortable knowing that they could hang. But who knows? Maybe we give that kid Jennifer Lawrence, who I find a total delight.”

“She was hilarious on ‘The Daily Show. Honestly, almost every person we’ve ever worked with, I feel like we’d be super-psyched to see.”

Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, and Angela Bassett Cover Entertainment Weekly

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Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, and Angela Bassett collectively cover the new issue of Entertainment Weekly.

The ladies of American Horror Story chatted with the magazine. Additionally, series creator, Ryan Murphy, reveals his dream cast list for future seasons of AHS, shares a scoop on season 4, and divulges some of what’s coming up on the rest of this season on Coven.

Bates on going to work:

“I love going to work,” she admits. “Every scene has something exciting in it for me to do, and part of the fun, too, is reading every new script. I never know what’s coming.”

Lange on her role:

It’s been wonderful to be able to play humor — to have somebody as sharp-witted [as Fiona].”

Creator Ryan Murphy on how he got the trio to be a part of the show:

“I just say, ‘I love you and I want to write something for you that will be one of the most fun things of your career and you’re going to love doing it. Will you please just sign on the dotted line?’”

 

Katy Perry Covers ‘Entertainment Weekly’

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Katy Perry is dressed in leather for this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly.

With a newly released album, Perry is busier than ever!

Perry chats with EW about Mayer, who inspired the track “Legendary Lovers,” her non-existent rivalry with Lady Gaga and her thoughts on Miley Cyrus.
On boyfriend John Mayer:

“I actually wrote it in an email one time, and after I wrote it I looked — we had a long courtship before anything was [public], just writing letters to each other — and seeing ‘legendary lovers,’ it sounded so nice. Some things float into my mind, and I process them, and [then] I make songs about them.”

On fellow singer Miley Cyrus:

“She’s what, 19 or 20? She’s just living her life. She’s super young, and there’s no directing book on how to do this. Each of us find our own way, and some of us make it out alive and some of us don’t. I mean, Madonna was naked [too]. The thing is, people come to me and ask me, out of default, what I think about all these girls, but at the end of it all I shouldn’t be considered the behavior police, because I’m not always going to be on my best behavior!”

On “alleged” Lady Gaga:

“Gaga and I like to publicly dismiss it because it’s not healthy. You want to feel music. You want it to resonate and relate to you. You can’t look at it like a competition because you ruin the reason why you love music. But I think that sometimes our fan groups are so big and strong, they use it as ammunition.”

‘Boy Meets World’ Cast Reunites for EW Feature

boymeetsworldIt has been 13-years since the cast of Boy Meets World were all together, but Entertainment Weekly made the magic happen.

Ben Savage, Will Friedle, William Russ, Betsy Randle, Lindsay Ridgeway, William Daniels, Danielle Fishel, and Rider Strong, all posed for the photo.

Ben Savage reminisced about the show and why it left such an impact.

He stated:

“People saw it from the very beginning, when Cory and Topanga were hanging out and playing basketball with a pair of socks. The Cory-Topanga relationship is something that’s very special to people who grew up with the show.”

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In other news, cast member Rider Strong will be tying the knot today (Oct. 20) to longtime girlfriend Alexandra Barreto in Oregon. The couple have been dating since 2006.

The Boy Meets World spin-off, Girl Meet World, is set to air sometime in 2014.

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Out & About: Latoya Jackson and Lisa from RHOBH

 

 

Latoya Jackson was seen having dinner with Lisa Vanderpump of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and her Pomeranian Gigalo at Villa Blanca on November 22, 2010. Not only were both women dressed to impress, but little Gigalo was dressed in her best outfit as well. View more pictures below.

 

Photos by PacificCoastNews.com

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