The Hot Seat 2009
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The diva brings festiveness to the rest of us.
For Heath Ledger's final director, the show must go on.
Bluntly speaking, this blunt English rose is probably not smoking a blunt right now.
There's a curious brain under all that hair.
The Chosen One reps the south side and helps us celebrate eight crazy nights, mon.
This lunachick may be making fake IDs for the cast of Gossip Girl.
Mr. Fox is great, but when, oh when, will someone finally film a live-action version of the BFG?
The good news? You get to make out with Penélope Cruz. The bad? It has to be through a sheet.
He's running for mayor. (If only so he won't have to hear people mispronounce comptroller anymore.)
She shoots you through the heart with both guitar and laser gun.
Not all Palins are completely awful.
We get Tao with the shogun of the Wu-Tang Clan.
Life is a carnival for the pop singer and her lost-and-found husband.
America's favorite serial killer won't star in a musical episode anytime soon.
We briefly interview an irreverent man.
The Phish guitarist is super busy, but makes time to talk to a nerdy fan.
The actor turned dancer gets served by her new boss.
Vogue's editor-at-large on The Golden Girls and the importance of living outside of the fashion bubble.
The ultimate style judge says enough with the leggings.
Mad Men's ladder-climbing d-bag proves that he's no corporate tool.
This practical joker is surprisingly practical.
The Daily Show's most intimidating interviewer himself gets interviewed.
The Hangover star makes the jump from miming baby masturbation to Disney.
The former star of The O.C. has traded in self-consciousness for confidence.
Harry Potter's ginger sidekick speaks softly but carries a big wand.
The guy who stuck his ass in Eminem's grill answers celebrities' burning questions.
We chat with our erstwhile resident socialite.
Her reality-ish show days are over, but her book career is just taking off (for reals).
The onetime wunderkind has turned into a real vamp.
Television health-care reform is better than none at all.
He's hungover on life.
The director and comedian peels away his characters and faces the music.
He's definitely not part of Karl Rove's "permanent" Republican majority.
He's giving it all he's got in the new Star Trek (so the whole thing doesn't blow).
Wherefore art thou, Weapon X?
Uh, excuse me. I was informed that there would be vampires in this film.
He's gone from belting screaming doubles down the third-base line to cranking out dulcet arpeggios onstage.
Like a twister in a trailer park, this dreamy siren has no time for ceilings.
The king is reelected for another season.
The SNL hero's summer job is running an amusement park.
Sometimes, the way into a girl's heart is less poetry and more burrito.
He enjoys show tunes, puppets and bromantic candlelit dinners.
Malcolm in the Middle's dad has a new vocation.
The truth comes out-she doesn't actually like belly buttons.
Is this D-lister on her way up to C?
He's bringing the heat.
He's got a voice that could melt diamonds.
Just don't ask him for the frequency.