BRITNEY SPEARS says she played spin the bottle with her fellow Mouseketeers back in the day, including RYAN GOSLING. But she only kissed JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE.
“GQ” has released something called the Year In Babes list . . . and it includes Jennifer Lawrence, Sarah Silverman and Emily Ratajkowski from Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” video . . . who appears to be their favorite.
JASON BIGGS called out an L.A. coffee shop that put out two tip jars with “Fast and Furious”, and “Varsity Blues” on them. Those are both PAUL WALKER movies, and the point is that customers vote which one they like better by putting their tip in the corresponding jar. Biggs Tweeted a picture of the jars and suggested they were “exploitive and in poor taste”.
The producers of “Wheel of Fortune” have apologized for airing an episode on Monday in which the answer to one of the puzzles was “The Fast and the Furious”. Host PAT SAJAK explained that the episode was taped a long time ago, and went out to stations several days before PAUL WALKER’S death.
In Paul Walker Randoms: Paul got five speeding tickets between 2005 and 2008 . . . Porsche once warned dealers that the car Paul was killed in was potentially dangerous . . . Jay Leno once spun out in that same car . . . And some of the proceeds from “Fast & Furious 6″ DVD sales will go to Paul’s charity.
Yahoo has released its year-end search results. More people searched for MILEY CYRUS than anything else in 2013. She was followed by KIM KARDASHIAN. JUSTIN BIEBER finished 10th, and was the most popular guy on the list.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE got tripped up over the word for the fear of spiders. She was talking about encountering spiders on the set of “Catching Fire” when she said, “I think I am a legitimate alcoholic. No, what’s it called? An arachnophobic.”
The first “Anchorman” almost didn’t happen. WILL FERRELL says, “From the start, we had every indication that it wouldn’t work. Studios didn’t get it. Nobody wanted to make it . . . it didn’t test well with audiences at all, and nobody knew how to market it.”
“Anchorman” Ron Burgundy is getting his own brand of scotch.
WILL FERRELL would have been surrounded by an entirely different news team in the first “Anchorman”, if not for a few casting changes. The team almost consisted of John C. Reilly, Chris Parnell and Ben Stiller, instead of David Koechner, Steve Carell and Paul Rudd.
Somebody recreated the classic shopping mall car chase scene from “The Blues Brothers” with LEGOS. There’s also a side-by-side video comparison with the original. AND. IT. IS. AMAZING!
BRET MICHAELS will have a cameo on an upcoming episode of “Revolution” . . . where he’s playing a, “post-apocalyptic version of himself.” He’ll also perform an acoustic version of “Every Rose Has Its Thorn”. The episode will air sometime next year.