Note: If, somehow, you have managed to avoid hearing about Sunday night's episode of Game of Thrones, and, somehow, the words "red wedding" still mean nothing to you, then this post is a wee bit spoilery. Read at your own risk.
Poor, poor Richard Madden. If the above photo, posted to the Game of Thrones-themed Tumblr Tullypond, is any indication, handsome Ricky is not too happy about his newfound unemployment.
Madden revealed to Access Hollywood that his journey back home to London after shooting his final, fateful scene as Robb Stark was not a happy one. "I cried the whole way," he said. "I was the crazy boy on the plane crying at about midnight, landing in London."
And now, well, a picture is worth a thousand words. That is one unhappy wolf.
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As hurricane Sandy ravished the Northeast on Monday night, leaving half of Manhattan without power and much of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New England under water, celebrities took to Twitter to express their sympathies and well-wishes for those in trouble.
The tweets came from New York natives such as Lady Gaga as well as those from much farther away, such as Emma Watson. And, while some stars (I'm looking at you Ricky Gervais and Mindy Kaling) used humor to diffuse the situation's tension, it's clear that everyone has the safety of their loved ones' in mind.
Sending every ounce of my love to New York— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) October 30, 2012
i know its gonna be ok, but that water flooding downtown while my friends are sitting in the dark is making me sad. i love you new york.— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) October 30, 2012
Stay strong, east coasters. You’re awesome and resilient. Sending you good and dry vibes.— Neil Patrick Harris (@ActuallyNPH) October 30, 2012
I second, third, & fourth this notion RT @actuallynph: Stay strong, east coasters. You’re awesome & resilient. Sending you good & dry vibes.— Joel McHale (@joelmchale) October 30, 2012
No lights here, no Internet. My wife @hilariabaldwin and I, sitting in the dark wondering where is the storm?(No jokes please)— ABFoundation (@ABFalecbaldwin) October 30, 2012
We sent our audience home just to be safe. But we are doing our show tonight anyway. Should be fun. #LateNight— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) October 29, 2012
Sending everyone lots of love who are in the path of hurricane Sandy. May she disappear as soon as possible.— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) October 29, 2012
Stay safe, East coast. #sandy— Jon Favreau (@Jon_Favreau) October 29, 2012
You know NYC is under hurricane crisis when there's not a single cab on the road. #Frankenstorm— MichelleTrachtenberg (@RealMichelleT) October 29, 2012
Back in Miami now. Missed the storm. I'm praying for everyone on the East Coast. I hope everyone is safe!— Kim Kardashian (@KimKardashian) October 28, 2012
This "Sandy" who's on TV all the time and is blowing the entire east coast, I assume she's a Kardashian right?— Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) October 28, 2012
9 months from now hopefully we will have some cool Hurricane Sandy babies!— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) October 29, 2012
Everyone on the east coast stay safe and batten down hatches!— Tracy Morgan (@RealTracyMorgan) October 29, 2012
To everyone affected by #sandy my thoughts are with you. Hope everyone is ok. Xx— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) October 30, 2012
Well, not quite everyone. I think (hope) Ms. Lindsay Lohan is feeling sheepish regarding Sunday's premature hurricane tweet:
WHY is everyone in SUCH a panic about hurricane (i'm calling it Sally)..? Stop projecting negativity! Think positive and pray for peace.— Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) October 29, 2012
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Today is October 11, 2012. It is the 284th day of the year, and according to Wikipedia (and, you know, math) there are 81 more days until we ring in 2013. On this day in 1890, the Daughters of the American Revolution were founded in Washington DC. In 1910, Theodore Roosevelt (who just so happens to be my cousin a few times removed) became the first U.S. president to fly in an airplane. In 1975, Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham tied the knot. Also in 1975, Bruce Springsteen scored a massive hit with "Born to Run." And in 2012, Weyland Corp. of Prometheus fame, was founded.
Also, today is 10/11/12. Yep, Consecutive Integer Day. In its honor, we've rounded up our 10 favorite counting videos. So, in 5, 6, 7, 8...
Brian McKnight, "Back At One"
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Lou Bega, "Mambo No. 5"
Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg, "Dick in a Box"
Coolio, "1, 2, 3, 4 (Sumpin' New)"
The Man Himself, The Count (and a Special Guest)
Oh yeah, and there's this too.
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Medals, shmedals. Michael Phelps knows there's no better accessory than a gorgeous date on your arm. Phelps celebrated his record-breaking Olympics experience by stepping out with his blonde bombshell girlfriend, aspiring model Megan Rossee, on Monday night. The two, who posed together on the red carpet at reception hosted by Speedo, have been quietly dating for about five months, Us Weekly reports.
While the dashing duo made headlines following Monday's red carpet appearance, the competition for Cutest Olympic Couple is fierce. Whether they are competing in the games or supporting one another from the stands, here are seven couples who give Phelps and Rossee a run for their money.
Rebecca Soni and Ricky Berens: The Kids Next Door
Aren't they just cute as a button? Soni, 25, and Berens, 24, have been dating since 2010 and are deeply in love (swimming pun!). The two have been able to cheer one another on as they compete for the gold in London as members of the US Olympic swim team, and will continue to support each other when they return to their shared condo in Manhattan Beach, Calif.
Aaron Ross and Sanya Richards-Ross: The Power Couple
Sanya Richards-Ross made her Olympic dreams come true when she won the gold in the 400-meter sprint on Sunday. Having eluded her in Beijing (where Richards-Ross took home bronze in this event), the win was sweet. And the moment was made all the sweeter by having her husband, Aaron Ross, cheering her on from the stands. A defensive back for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Ross is quite the athlete himself. Between Ross' two Super Bowl rings and Richards-Ross' four medals, the two will soon rival Phelps in awards as well as cuteness.
Alex Morgan and Servando Carrasco: The Heartbreaker (and her BF)
Alex Morgan. Just hearing her name is enough to make grown men sigh. She's young, she's hot, and she's a soccer superstar. She's not, however, single. America's soccer sweetheart has been dating fellow soccer player Servando Carrasco since they met in 2007 while attending the University of California. Carrasco currently plays for the Seattle Sounders. You can bet that Carrasco will be cheering on his girl during the US's gold medal match against Japan on Thursday.
Andy Murray and Kim Sears: The Class Act
As soon as Scottish tennis player Andy Murray won his first ever major title, in the form of a gold medal against Roger Federer, he rushed into the crowd to give his gal a smooch. Murray and his Kate Middleton look-alike girlfriend, Kim Sears, have been dating since they were teenagers. After a brief breakup in 2009, which Sears attributed to Murray's addiction to video games, the two are back together and going strong. Sears has since been a staple in the stands for each of Murray's big games, including his devastating Wimbeldon loss to Federer last month.
Matt and Katy Emmons: The Sharp Shooters
Who said love was a battlefield? Husband and wife Matt and Katy Emmons may be rivals on the field (she shoots for the Czech Republic, he for the USA), but in their personal lives they are totally in L-O-V-E. Matt and Katy met while competing in the 2004 Olympics in Athens. Like something out of a romantic comedy, Katy saw Matt from across a crowded beer garden, and wanted to comfort him for totally blowing his chance at winning earlier that day (he aimed for the wrong target). The rest, as they say, is history.
Jared and Claire Tallent: The Awesome Aussies
Just look at that picture. Look at it. How freaking adorable? 2008 was a big year for Australian race walkers Jared and Claire Tallent. Not only did they compete in the Beijing summer games, but they tied the knot in August. That must've been one speedy walk down the aisle!
Jessica Harrison and Carole Péon: The Fierce Competitors
Harrison and Péon, who have been in a relationship for seven years, make up the only couple on our list that actually had to compete head-to-head in the London games. Harrison and Péon both ran the triathlon for France on August 4th. While neither woman earned a medal (Harrison finished ninth and Péon 29th), they shared a long hug at the finish line.
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[Photo Credit: Getty (Soni/Berens, Ross, Morgan, Murray/Sears, Phelps/Rossee) and AP Images (Carrasco, Emmons, Tallent, Harrison, Péon)]
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