ICYMI: What Happened To These Celebrity 'Landmarks' From The 2000s?
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- Here's a guide from Broadly detailing "LA's Most Notorious Celebrity Landmarks of the 2000s." On the list? The now-defunct Les Deux (a favorite spot on The Hills), the celebrity homes burgled by the notorious Bling Ring, and the Tarzana salon where Britney Spears buzzed her hair. Way better than a TMZ tour!
- The fourth installment of the Sharknado "franchise" airs on TV tonight (SyFy at 8 p.m.). Hilaaaaariously titled Sharknado: The Fourth Awakens, it features a whole cavalcade of D-list celebs from the likes of Bravo's Vanderpump Rules, and Carrot Top :( . We fact-checked the original Sharknado in 2013, but this latest installment just seems too bad to be funny anymore.
- "The Rams are back in town/ the Rams are back in town." The team's first official practice in Irvine attracted 10,000 fans who came to watch the boys in blue and gold perform calisthenics.
- The top 5 ladies remaining in the "Miss Teen U.S.A" competition look eerily similar, but the winner was distinguished from the rest of the bunch for using racial slurs on social media.
- What's on the menu at the Olympic Village in Rio? A lot of porridge, apparently!
- If you're tiring of the real-life shit show that is the 2016 election, Vulture has compiled a list of fictional political television shows. #Bartlet4America, forever.
- August starts tomorrow, but unfortunately no cold winds are expected any time soon: