What if zombies attacked Hollywood? UGO imagines a world where celebrities are turned into zombies and some of the results… ain’t pretty.

Source:
http://www.ugo.com/web-culture/celebrity-zombie-transformations

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For hundreds of years, America had run without its own Star Chamber until Ashton Kutcher took it upon himself to create “Punk’d” in 2003 and righted social order.

Unfortunately, American society has gone without the show for more than four years. Our system of celebrity checks and balances is off. We need street justice for those who only walk on streets covered with red carpet.

Source:
http://clutch.mtv.com/2012/01/31/punkd-wish-list/

The Sundance Film Fesitval is more than just movies.

Check out all these A-list events happening in Park City this week!

Source:
http://www.hollywoodlife.com/2012/01/20/sundance-2012-party-guide/

In honor of this Christmas-time cut, lets review five of the other most random celebrity holiday recordings to confound the masses.

Source:
http://www.movieline.com/2011/11/28/5-of-the-most-random-celebrity-holiday-tracks/

That’s right, Hannukah is upon us and unlike that other December holiday, (which will go unnamed) Hannukah isn’t a one-day present affair.

The presents go on for over a week. Sure, you might get a night of socks or Hanes T-shirts, but who cares, tomorrow will bring some other wonderful (practical) gift.

Source:
http://blogs.houstonpress.com/artattack/2011/12/converted_for_the_gifts_top_10.php

Ashton Kutcher has profited immensely from Twitter.

His Twitter presence in large part, drove his rise as a celebrity venture capitalist. But now things have gotten tough, so he’s quitting.

Source:
http://gizmodo.com/5858343/ashton-kutcher-is-a-cowardly-quitter

If you use Twitter regularly, theres a good chance that youve seen something about Justin Bieber in your Twitter stream.

Even if youre not friends with any of the masses of teen girls who worship the young pop star, his name is mentioned more than just about anyone.

Source:
http://www.techi.com/2011/09/twitter-justin-bieber/