That's My Boy (1951)
The High School Musical hunk admits he was left red faced as he watched his own love scenes with actress Taylor Schilling - as his mum Starla sat nearby.
Efron tells People.com, "We saw the film together and I was kind of squirming. Even though she was a couple of seats down from me, I tried to duck out during those (love) scenes because it was too embarrassing.
"Obviously I'm acting, but knowing that my mum and my family were watching is kind of awkward. There's really no way around it."
But Efron's mum brushed off the sexy scenes and was beaming with pride all the way through the film.
He says, "She was just laughing about it in a good way. She said, 'That's my boy!' I think she was proud of me at the end of it, even if it was weird for her to watch. My mum is my biggest supporter."
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To say it was a roller coaster ride is an understatement. We began with a tense, slow climb, followed by a rush of euphoria, then another climb, then when it looked as though it was going to completely fly off the tracks, a last minute loop-de-loop saved it, and left us wanting more.
The finale was actually two episodes back-to-back, and it's a good thing (especially for AfterElton) that they decided to combine them, otherwise the events at the end of the first part would cause a sh*t storm.
But the two parts blended seamlessly, and we didn't get a chance
Wednesday was Top Three night on "American Idol X: Scotty McCreery or Bust!"
Sorry, females of the world. The two representative specimens left in this high pressure ultra-important competition had a night full of stumbles, bumbles, and crumbles. And while fans debate which is worse — tripping on a step, or tripping on a key change? — some of us are busy asking the important questions. Such as, do we prefer Scotty with a buzz-cut or Scotty with an inch of hair? Have we ever heard Scotty "sing a chorus like that" before? What about one song later? And are you going to kiss him or not?!
Before I start pointing out how ... energetic ... Jimmy Iovine looked in the audience Wednesday night, here's a quick reminder to tune into my weekly Web show,
"He just kind of came out of nowhere," Garrett told MTV when asked about his opinion of Bieber's domination at the awards show. "He's excited. He's the youngest in charge, and he's definitely got the ladies." Muse's drummer Dominic Howard added, "Tonight he's won all the awards even though he's not quite a man yet. Boy of the year!"
Justin Bieber himself credited fans for his success. "I think that my fans have been such a supporting factor that, I mean, I couldn't be doing this without them, so this has just been amazing," the pint-sized idol gushed. "I
By Jocelyn Vena, with reporting by Tim Kash
Justin Bieber at the 2010 AMAs
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Justin Bieber had a great night at Sunday's American Music Awards. Not only did he perform his inspirational new track, "Pray," at the big show, but he also walked away with four awards, including Favorite Male Artist, Favorite Album for My World 2.0, Artist of the Year and T-Mobile Breakthrough Artist.
But Bieber's shout-out to Michael Jackson left some viewers confused: Taking the stage to collect one of his trophies, he said, "Without Michael Jackson, none of us would be here." When MTV News caught up with the superstar later in the night, he laughed off the somewhat misleading comment.
"You know, I said, 'Without Michael we wouldn't have been here,
But before we get to that, did you know that "In Vino Veritas" in Latin means "in wine there is the truth"? It was a great title for this episode because Hank really had to face the truth about his feelings for his father.
It really was a big awe moment when Hank yelled out to Eddie:
Hank: Dad, I need you! | permalink
Call me a sucker, but with all the flashbacks of that one day almost had me in tears. Eddie may not have been the world's greatest dad, but you can clearly see just how much Hank means to him.
Summer is finally upon us, get ready for a season of all the usual: beer gardens, sunburn and buckets of sweat. Apologies for the bluntness, but sweat is simply a by-product of all that heat. While there may be some lucky enough to have perennially dry armpits, there'll be the rest of us caked in the stuff, cooped up in our offices with only a malfunctioning fan to help us stem the tide.
Similar to emotional escape, cinema also provides us with a cool haven away from the heat outside. Sitting down in a (hopefully) airconditioned auditorium, we can forget about our stains for an hour or two, before venturing out into the blazing sun once more.
But what's this? Apparently those up there on the silver screen are real people who sweat too!
By Shaheem Reid
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Chicago — Today R. Kelly dropped his first album in two years, Untitled, and he's still coming with those eyebrow-raising lyrics.
"See I'm a player so man, I ain't trying to take her on no dates/ But much like Patron man, I'm just trying to take it straight," he sings on the album's last track, "Pregnant." "Until I met this girl in the club with a unbelievable booty/ Sweetest girl in the world to me, and on top of that she's a cutie/ If I had a girl, she'd be the one to bare my child."
Tyrese, Robin Thicke and The-Dream are all featured on the song.
"The track came to me from Tyrese, my little brother," Kelly said. "Immediately I loved it so much, I went
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