Here’s the Previously Unseen Footage of ‘Fear Factor’ Contestants Guzzling Donkey Semen

Remember that report about an unspeakably disgusting Fear Factor challenge involving contestants being forced to drink beer steins full of donkey semen and urine that never made it to air? Well, it did, in Holland, and now it’s here on the Internet where it will induce dry heaving for generations to come. If you’d like to be part of that first generation, feel free to check out the (NSFW) video after the jump, you sicko. [Via Gawker]

Did Lindsay Lohan Try to Buy Silence From the Truck Driver She Hit?

In case you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t heard yet, Lindsay Lohan was hospitalized (and subsequently released) yesterday after the Porsche she was driving collided with an 18-wheeler near Santa Monica. Lohan’s car was heavily damaged, but luckily she escaped serious injury. Not-so-luckily, however, she’s now being accused by the driver of the truck she hit of attempting to buy his silence.

TMZ is out with a report today, including a firsthand video account from James, who was driving the 18-wheeler Lohan hit, that states the perma-troubled starlet attempted to flee the scene following the accident. When Lohan was stopped by James, her people offered to pay him off in exchange for his silence, he says.

But wait, there’s more! Here are the juiciest details from TMZ’s report:

James tells TMZ after the accident, he called 911 as Lindsay and her male assistant got out of the Porsche and into the Escalade. James says the assistant picked up a pink bag, "filled it up with something" and then put clothes on top of it.

James claims the driver of the Escalade was trying to keep him away from the SUV. James says he wanted to exchange info with Lindsay (whom he did not recognize) but it was apparent to him she was about to flee the scene.

James says the Escalade driver offered him money, saying they could "go to the bank" and withdraw some cash.

James says the Escalade driver and Lindsay’s assistant put on a full court press: "Him and the guy took me across the street and told me this was some kind of famous person and they didn’t want to be in the media. But I’d already called 911 because they were trying to get away from the scene. But they packed a bag and then the limousine driver told me, ‘Don’t mention the bag to the cops.’"

So, do you buy James’ story? Will you defend Lohan’s honor? Do you know what was in that elusive pink bag? Dish!

Is This Guy the World’s Best Bartender?

Yes. Yes he is.

Meet Alexander Shtifanov, a Ukranian bartender–and so much more–who recently dazzled the audience and judges alike on an episode of Ukraine’s Got Talent. I don’t know if the whole country has talent, but this guy sure as hell does.

That said, I wish he’d hurry up and finish pouring my drink, already. Momma’s thirsty! [via Dlisted]

‘Family Feud’ Host Richard Dawson Dead at 79

Richard Dawson, the original host of the hallmark game show Family Feud, on which he famously greeted female contestants with a kiss, died Saturday evening from complications related to esophageal cancer. He was 79.

The death of Dawson was confirmed this morning by his son, Gary, who posted the following message to Facebook:

It is with a very heavy heart that I inform you that my father passed away this evening from complications due to esophageal cancer. He was surrounded by his family. He was an amazing talent, a loving husband, a great dad, and a doting grandfather. He will be missed but always remembered…

Before joining Family Feud as its original host in 1976, Dawson worked as an actor. He hosted Feud for nine years before leaving in 1985, and then returned for a second stint in 1994. Dawson left the show permanently in 1995.

Survey says… may he rest in peace.

Rihanna Makes ‘Happy 420’ YouTube Video in June

Uncouth singles artist Rihanna is apparently not done doing anything and everything she can to get any and every kind of attention. Her latest stunt? This 16-second black-and-white YouTube video, uploaded yesterday, during which Princess RiRi blows out a thick cloud of smoke before announcing, "Happy 420!" Too bad it’s June, you uncouth stoner. 


[via ONTD]

Charlie Sheen Issues Bizarre Response to New Drug Rumors

Is Charlie Sheen back on cocaine? Did his ex-wife Brooke Mueller also relapse recently while visiting Charlie, triggering her umpteenth visit to rehab, as reported this week by TMZ? Well, we’re still not quite sure (but probably yes, because duh).

You see, Sheen did release a statement to TMZ today addressing reports that both he and Mueller had recently started using cocaine again. The problem, though, is that it doesn’t make much sense.

Here’s Sheen’s statement:

I can’t speak to anyone’s opinion or judgement.
I was there
they were not.
their tepid
hearsay is a baseless
static drone.
a mantra.
their theme.
I refuse to be held hostage by their ‘constitutional’
to judge those
who can and who do.


Yeah, I’m not quite sure what he’s saying, either. Luckily for us, though, TMZ offers this translation:

Charlie is neither confirming nor denying if he or Brooke is using drugs. He is blasting reports as hearsay … saying the people writing them are passing judgment on people they know nothing about — people who are winning. 

Too bad that still doesn’t tell us anything about a possible relapse (but again, probably, because duh–it’s Charlie Sheen).

‘Desperate Housewives’ Actress Kathryn Joosten Dead at 72

Kathryn Joosten, the Emmy Award-winning actress known best for playing the lovably cranky Karen McCluskey on ABC’s Desperate Housewives, died yesterday of lung cancer in California, TVLine reports. She was 72.

Joosten, whose protrayal of McCluskey netted her two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series, passed away just a couple of weeks after her character did in an emotional scene during the Desperate Housewives series finale.

Prior to joining Housewives, Joosten was best known for playing the President’s secretary, Mrs. Landingham, on The West Wing.

May she rest in peace.

‘Snow White’ Tops Friday Box Office

Even though its domestical haul now puts it behind only Avatar and Titanic on the all-time gross revenues list, The Avengers was no match for newcomer Snow White and the Huntsman on Friday at the U.S. box office.

Snow White raked in $20.3 million last night–higher than studio execs had predicted for the Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart-starring flick–good for first place and a likely weekend total of about $55 million. Last week’s champ, Men in Black 3, slipped to second place with $8.1 million, and as previously mentioned, mega-blockbuster The Avengers finished in third with $5.6 million.

Courtesy Nikki Finke at Deadline, here’s how things are likely to shape up this weekend:

1. Snow White And The Huntsman (Universal) NEW [3,773 Theaters]
Friday $20.3M, Weekend $55.8M, International $39.3M

2. Men In Black 3 (Columbia/Sony) Week 2 [4,248 Theaters]
Friday $8.1M (-54%), Weekend $29M, Cume $112M

3. The Avengers (Marvels/Disney) Week 5 [3,670 Theaters]
Friday $5.6M, Weekend $19M, Cume $541.5M

4. What To Expect When… (Warner Bros) Week 3 [2,907 Theaters]
Friday $1.4M, Weekend $4.8M, Cume $31.1M

5. The Dictator (Paramount) Week 3 [2,649 Theaters]
Friday $1.4M, Weekend $5M, Cume $51.1M

6. Battleship (Universal) Week 3 [3,144 Theaters]
Friday $1.3M, Weekend $4.9M, Cume $55.2M

7. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (Fox Searchlight) Week 5 [1,294 Theaters]
Friday $1.2M, Weekend $4.8M, Cume $25.7M

8. Dark Shadows (Warner Bros) Week 4 [3,002 Theaters]
Friday $1.0M, Weekend $3.6M, Cume $70.6M

9. Chernobyl Diaries (Alcon/Warner Bros) Week 2 [2,433 Theaters]
Friday $1.0M (-70%), Weekend $2.8M, Cume $14.2M

10. For Greater Glory (Arc Entertainment) NEW [575 Theaters]
Friday $585K, Weekend $1.5M

What movie are you excited to see this weekend?

Here’s a Nine-Minute ‘Muppets’ Blooper Reel

Puppets made a huge comeback last year, with Disney’s Jason Segel and Amy Adams-starring The Muppets ruling over the holiday box office, fueled equally by positive reviews and even more positive word of mouth marketing Well, I’m happy to report that the film’s nearly nine-minute blooper reel, which you’ll find after the jump, is just as entertaining! Because who doesn’t love bloopers? [via ONTD]