Fugger: Carly Rae Jepsen

Fugs and Fabs: The Grease Live Emmy-Begging Event


I assume those are called “popcorn sleeves.” Not because they resemble popcorn, but because you could pop by the concession stand at the movies and have them shovel a medium bag’s worth directly into your outfit. I would also accept “French fry arms,” “churro bags,” or “trash holsters.”

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Fugs and Fabs: The FOX TCA Party: The Ladies


Some bad choices were made.

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People’s Choice Awards Fugs and Fabs: The Grease Live Cast


Fox’s Grease Live is airing on Jan. 31 — the day after the SAG Awards, which are on a Saturday, which… I have thoughts — and these are several of your Rydell High students. (Aaron Tveit is Danny Zuko.) The cast that’s the most important, though, is the one I just read: BOYZ II MEN will be playing the Teen Angels that sing “Beauty School Dropout” to Frenchy. Can’t we just have them pop up at important parts of the production and sing refrains from their other hits? “I’ll Make Love To You” will be needed basically every 30 seconds.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Songwriters Hall of Fame Induction


Lady Gaga won some kind of Contemporary Icon award, which is basically just an excuse to get Lady Gaga at your event whose guest list also includes Paul Williams and Van Morrison, so that Us is as likely to cover it as Rolling Stone. Very sneaky, SHoF. I see you.

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Fugs and Fabs: Radio Disney Music Awards


In which the question, “is there seriously an infinite number of awards shows?” is answered with a resounding YES.

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Fugs and Hmms: Justin Bieber’s Comedy Central Roast


Yes, it was Bieber’s night, but if you think I’m not opening with Martha Stewart coyly peeking through a curtain like she is your surprise sexy dessert, then you don’t know me.

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Carly Fug Jepsen


Carly Rae Jepsen had some trouble with the ceremonial first pitch the other night at a Rays game – indeed, it wasn’t so much a “pitch” as a “dribble.” But I would contend that her problems began earlier than that, in her dressing room:

Her upper half knows it’s at the ball park, but her lower half thinks the Tampa Bay Rays is the name of a fake team in a musical called Full Count, which combines all the sass of A League Of Their Own with all the poverty of Annie and, naturally, all the jazz-flecked murder of Chicago. Perhaps I should just be grateful they didn’t rename the team the Tampa Bay Raes for the day, and call it quits here and have some ice cream. Yes. Done.

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