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Cosby refuses AP questions on rape allegations, asks to 'scuttle' story

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The Associated Press has released video from a Bill Cosby interview in which Cosby not only refuses to answer questions about recently surfaced rape allegations, but also pressures the AP reporter to 'scuttle' the portion of the interview about the allegations. 

The interview took place on November 6th, but was just released this week. 

"I would appreciate it if it was scuttled. I think if you want to consider yourself to be serious, that it will not appear anywhere."

"I know I didn’t say anything, but I'm asking your integrity that since I didn't want to say anything, but I did answer you in terms of I didn't want to say anything, what value would it have?" Cosby pleaded.

The reporter made no promises and referred those decisions to his editor. 

The AP did not originally release the portion of the interview that addressed the rape allegations, but have now released it in light of additional allegations of abuse against the legendary comedian. 

Will Smith's children give 'immeasurably bizarre' interview

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Jaden and Willow Smith, the 16- and 14-year-old children of actors Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, gave an "exclusive joint" interview to the New York Times' T Magazine that almost everyone agrees is the craziest interview of all time.

Topics of discussion include the unknowability of time, the duality of the human mind, "the melancholiness of the ocean" and much more. 

For example: The first question was, "What have you been reading?" Willow said, "Quantum physics. Osho." Jaden said, “The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life” and ancient texts; things that can’t be pre-dated."

"Every Single Thing About This Jaden and Willow Smith Interview Is Nuts," declared Gawker's Jordan Sargent, who wrote: "There's nothing more I can add to it. Please read the entire thing because these two children are both literally and figuratively our future." 

There were a few things to add. The Daily Dot's Cooper Fleishman turned the sit-down into a "Shakespearean interview," the lines broken into iambic petameter; while a host of news outlets gave us the 5, 6 and 11 weirdest, really deep and/or most enlightening moments from the piece. 

"It is 2014," wrote Mashable's Max Knoblauch. "What a time to be alive."

Hoax? Canseco wants to sell finger he shot off on eBay

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UPDATE: According to a TMZ  report, former baseball star Jose Canseco admitted that his claim that his  surgically re-attached finger fell off while playing poker was a hoax. Read the original story below.

In a series of tweets Monday,  Canseco said he was thinking of selling on eBay the detached finger and the gun that shot it off.

On Oct. 28, Canseco was cleaning his gun in the kitchen of his Las Vegas home when the weapon fired and accidentally shot off a finger on his left hand, police said. He reportedly had surgery to reattach the finger.

>>Earlier: Jose Canseco says finger 'fell off' during poker tournament

Then, in a bizarre series of tweets last week,  Canseco said the finger  "fell off" during a poker tournament.

"I knew something crazy was going to happen with this ... finger cause it felt like it was falling off," Canseco tweeted Friday.

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Bizarre Chinese music video like a mash of 'Gangnam Style' and 'The Fox' … but weirder

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A music video suddenly making its way around YouTube has people wondering if they've just witnessed the next "Gangnam Style" or, perhaps, have just suffered a psychotic break.

The bizarre music video “Chick Chick” by Chinese singer Rong "Rollin" Wang appears to trying to ride the same viral lightning that led the success of Korean singer Psy and Norwegian duo Ylvis ("What the Fox say?").

Wang is dressed in a white chicken corset as shirtless men in horse masks dance around making barnyard animal noises.

But trying to describe the video is pure folly. It has to be seen to be appreciated.

According to ABC, Wang is singing in Mandarin: ”Mother Hen, Mother Hen,” “Little Chick, Little Chick,” “Rooster, Rooster” and “Who stole my chicken feed?” However, the song's hook is just a series of clucking and squawking noises.

Though the song lacks some of the catchiness that made "Gangnam Style" and "The Fox" hits, it's likely that "Chick Chick" will be seen and heard on a lot of computers around the world this week.

'Fifty Shades of Grey' gets even steamier in second trailer

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The Fifty Shades of Grey movie just got a whole lot hotter.

A brand-new trailer for the highly anticipated film based on the best-selling erotic novel by E.L. James debuted Thursday night during Scandal, and it's a even racier than the initial trailer that debuted in July.

Most notable perhaps is a flash of a tied-up Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) on the bed with Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) kissing her stomach. Not to mention the brief glimpses of all manner of straps and whips.

Looks like producers are aiming to put all the rumors to rest that there's no on-screen heat between Johnson and Dornan on-screen.

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Two new posters for the film also debuted this week, featuring Anastasia doing her signature lip bite, and Christian tightly gripping his trademark tie in his right hand.

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Fifty Shades wrapped filming in February, but did reshoots with a bulging Dornan in October. 

Earlier this month, the 32-year-old British actor revealed he will not be going full-frontal in the sexy film.

"You want to appeal to as wide an audience as possible without grossing them out," he told The Guardian. "You don't want to make something gratuitous, and ugly, and graphic. There were contracts in place that said that viewers wouldn't be seeing my ...todger."

But according to screenwriter Kelly Marcel, fans will definitely not be disappointed with the handsome actor's performance -- in fact, she thinks he should get an Oscar.

"Apparently Jamie is great at being soft and hard at the same time," Marcel, 40, said during a chat with author Reza Aslan in in August for an installment of her "An Evening in the Writer's Room" series. "He's going to get an Oscar!"

Fifty Shades of Grey hits theaters in February 2015.

NEWS: Dakota Johnson Doesn't Want Her Mom to See Fifty Shades of Grey

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Celebrity lemur from 'Zoboomafoo' dies and social media reacts

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Celebrity lemur Jovian, the star of the PBS wildlife show for kids, "Zoboomafoo", died at the Duke Lemur Center in Durham, N.C., Monday. He was 20 years old.

"He'd jump in through the window and we'd feed him mangoes or garbanzo beans. Sometimes he'd grab our noses with those soft sifaka hands," co-host Martin Kratt said on Facebook.

Social media response to Jovian's passing was touching. Here is a look at some of those social media posts:

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Pat Sajak baffled by these Wheel of Fortune contestants

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Wheel of Fortune’s iconic host Pat Sajak couldn’t believe what he was hearing out of his contestants and almost left the building.

Sajak decided that they were being so ridiculous that it was time for him to be ridiculous too.

One team got a the letter “n” right and then tried to guess the rest of the puzzle then and there. “Riding a brown horse!” one contestant yelled out.

The next team got the letter “g” right and guessed “riding a white horse!”

Everyone was laughing, including Sajak who started to make his way offstage in mock protest.

“Who said anything about a horse?!” the host yelled as soon as he got back.

It’s hilarious that the category of this puzzle was “What are you doing?” because no one answering seemed to know what they were doing and no one listening knew what was going on.

What was the answer this puzzle? Reportedly, “seeing a buddy movie.”

Looking back, the other two answers seem more plausible than that.


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Cast of 'Love Boat' reunites in Florida

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Much of the original cast of “The Love Boat” were joined by several of the show’s former guest stars to help christen a new line of cruise ships in Ft. Lauderdale, Wednesday.

The reunion included Gavin Macleod (Capt. Merrill Stubing), Lauren Tewes (Cruise Director Julie McCoy), Fred Grandy (Purser Gopher Smith), Bernie Kopell (Dr. Adam Bricker), Jill Whelan (Vicki Stubing), and Ted Lange (Bartender Isaac Washington).

People magazine reports that along with the crew, several of the show’s repeat guest stars were there as well, including 8-time guest star Charo.

The other stars in the reunion were Doris Roberts, Dick Van Patten, Joyce DeWitt, Charlene Tilton, Jamie Farr, Florence Henderson, Diane Ladd, Marion Ross, Kristy McNichol, Carol Lawrence, Lee Meriwether, Jeraldine Saunders, Lorenzo Lamas, Loni Anderson, MacKenzie Phillips, Adrian Zmed, Christopher Knight, Don Most and Tracy Nelson.

“Love Boat” aired from 1977-1987. If you are feeling nostalgic for the show, according to People, TV Guide Network is airing a marathon of “Love Boat” episodes through Thursday.

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