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Michele's Before and After Carpet Cleaning Photos
I had to share these with you, because I was so amazed at the result! It's embarrassing to show you how awful the carpet was before, but look at the amazin job Peerless did...even getting red paint out.
The E Buzz for June 6, 2011
by Michele Mitchell,posted Jun 6 2011 9:14AM
"Twilight" Big Winner at MTV Movie Awards Sunday night's MTV Movie Awards belonged to Robert Pattinson and "Twilight." Pattinson dropped the F-bomb while presenting and then when he won "Best Kiss" he planted a kiss on Taylor Lautner instead of his other co-star and girlfriend Kristen Stewart. Pattinson and "Twilight" picked up five awards.
"Guys Choice Awards" Handed Out Saturday Spike TV distributed its own awards Saturday night. The show will air on Spike Saturday night, so if you don't want to know who won stop reading. Jennifer Aniston accepted the Decade of Hotness Awards, while "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" was entered into the Guy Movie Hall of Fame.
More "X-Factor" Drama
Simon Cowell might soon be wishing he never left "American Idol" with all the "X-Factor" drama that's going on before the show has even aired. British pop star Cheryl Cole was an original judge for the show. Then she was fired. Now Cowell is reportedly trying to get her back on the show. TMZ is reporting that Cole is guaranteed about $1.5-million whether she's on the show or not, so the execs at FOX think it's "better to have her on the show than not."
We Have to Wait Until November 18th?? Here you go....the trailer for "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1."
"X-Men: First Class" Bumps "The Hangover: Part 2" "The Hangover: Part 2" raked in $32-million over the weekend, but it wasn't enough to keep "X-Men: First Class" out of the number one spot with $56-million. Rounding out the top five it was "Kung Fu Panda 2," "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,", and "Bridesmaids."