"Teen Wolf" fans are some of the most needy -- in a good way, of course -- in MTV history. Clues about characters and story lines are as crucial to you as H2O, and with Season 3 only weeks away from its premiere, you've been feeling thirstier than ever. Luckily, executive producer Jeff Davis realizes that sharing is caring, so every week leading up to the kickoff he'll be releasing one teaser about the upcoming episodes. Check out the latest below!
Tyler Hoechlin and the Carver twins get up real close to that camera.
We're in the home stretch! In just 25 days, "Teen Wolf" returns to MTV with a vengeance, and the first step toward that magical moment is celebrating the fact that filming has officially wrapped! While we're sad to see all the real-time set pics disappear, we're pumped about what their absence will signify. June 3rd couldn't get here any quicker.
The photo above, which was taken on the final day of shooting, marks one of the last scenes of Season 3. We spot an intriguingly human-looking Max and Charlie Carver (aren't they Alphas?), while Tyler Hoechlin is definitely rocking his werewolf prosthetics. Make of the pic what you will, and let us rejoice that the premiere is so close! Tyler Posey certainly can't wait -- he's jumping out of his seat!
Hot mamas Melissa Gorga, Beyoncé and Halle Berry
Before Snooki gave birth to Lorenzo, her favorite holiday was most likely Cinco de Mayo, but now that she's refocused her life on being a caretaker (and a great one, at that), funneling Sangria with wannabe meatballs at a beachside bar can hardly top spending a quiet day at home with her family. And that's why the guidette's latest Celebaby Report is a special list honoring Mother's Day -- and all the hot mamas it celebrates!
In the video below, Nicole counts down her Top 10 Celeb MILFs, which range from models and movie stars to Real Housewives and Playboy Playmates. We don't want to spoil the ending, but you might be surprised to see the "Snooki & JWOWW" star's No. 1 pick. Last year, she was accused by tabloids of dissing this A-Lister for her pregnancy weight gain, but according to Nicole, the beef was created out of thin air. "I look up to her," she says of her favorite MILF in Hollywood. Check out the vid to see who it is!
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Whether young people are best friends with their parents or embarrassed by the sight of them, the wide spectrum of nuclear family dynamics has been one of the most compelling "True Life" themes, so the four episodes we chose were a no-brainer for this leg of the competition. With love and addiction already accounted for during our "True Life" tournament, now it's time to decide which family-centric episode is most deserving of this bracket's win. Take a look at clips from our editor's picks below, cast a vote for your favorite in the poll and stay tuned for tomorrow's final heat: physical disorders.
"True Life: I Can't Please My Parents"
Two young men try to pursue their passions without damaging relationships with their parents, who don't see eye-to-eye with their sons' career choices.
It might be difficult to notice a small skirmish (Averey vs. Johnny) while World War III (Nia vs. Jordan) is raging on, but our resident "Real World: Portland" couple is starting to show cracks. After Averey and Bird mocked Johnny's post-bar slurred speech during tonight's episode, he completely Hulked-out, and since this type of reaction seems to be a recurring trend for the Boston boy, we have to ask: Is it time for Averey to cut him loose?
In what was initially meant to be an act of kindness, Johnny agreed to bring pizza back from Schmizza's for his female housemates after collecting his paycheck, but instead, he chose to stay there and get hammered. When he finally returned home, his drunken aggression escalated to the point of yelling at Averey for essentially nothing, and she gave her boyfriend the cold shoulder for the next few days. "He's a little boy," she told Bird, as the distance between the couple grew. Ultimately, the two reconciled, but we have a feeling it's only a matter of time before Johnny's inner-angry drunk rears its ugly head again.
+ Tell us what you think -- can Johnny and Averey's connection transcend their troubles, or is it time for Averey to go local and find a nice Oregonian?
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When two hot-heads are attacking each other -- both verbally and physically -- the folks unlucky enough to bear witness to it are forced to react in one of two ways: They can either muster up the balls to step between the crazies in an attempt to stop the fighting, like Marlon did, or they can freak out and peace out, á la Jessica. No matter how they slice it, though, at least one of said crazies is bound to be disappointed in their actions.
In the MTV.com "Real World: After Show" clips below, Jordan and Nia explain -- from their glass houses -- how neither of them appreciated the way the "Portland" housemates handled their argument's aftermath. "Marlon getting involved, that kinda set me off," Jordan says, but you have to assume his POV is based on the fact that Marlon chose Nia's side, because Jordan certainly changes his tune when he talks about Anastasia's part in the whole ordeal. "I wasn't surprised that [Ana] took my side, I was just very surprised that she did not pipe up." As the one person who saw the whole thing go down, both Nia and Jordan agree that Ana had a wealth of information that could have cleared up some tension in the house, and that her choice to stay mum on the subject and not get involved only hurt matters more. "At the end of the day, it wasn't our fight, " Jessica finally says, trying her best to silence her stubborn co-stars. That'll be the day!
+ So, tell us: Do you think you would you have stepped in, or would you have left Nia and Jordan to sort it out on their own? Take our poll!
One of Steve Mini's many faces.
The "Nitro Circus Live" cast gets banged up pretty badly on occasion, so it's essential for the gang to get some good stretching in before their performances in order to help prevent permanent damage. Arms and legs are a given, but during last night's episode, we learned that not a single body part escapes the crew's warm-up routine -- not even their faces.
"Every day before the show, I do my yodeling exercises," Cam McCaul said, before stretching his lungs and mouth to perform a makeshift opera. "You gotta warm up every part of your body. I'm doing calves and vocal chords right now," he explained. Crazy Cam's eccentricities are no shock to us by now, but his facial exercises seem to have caught fire among the cast, because almost everyone got on board with the funny faces last night. Check out some GIFs of the guys' goofy looks, below!
Next stop for Cam McCaul? "Nitro Circus Live: The Musical."
Anyone who watched the latest "Awkward" episode could probably identify with Matty McKibben, who found himself wondering if maybe he was adopted as a baby. Mr. Hamilton had recently informed The McKibbens that Matty and Jenna were having sex, and when Matty refused to obey the moratorium his mom and dad placed on the romance, he decided he couldn't stay under their roof. Generously, The Hamiltons -- who Matty claimed were more his kind of people -- offered their home as shelter while he sorted things out, but we have to ask: Was that a smart move?
It goes without saying that Lacey and Kevin's intentions were good, and that they only wanted to help Matty out, but the fact that Matty and Jenna were teenagers in love certainly complicated things (most high school guys aren't tasked with buying tampons for their significant others). Ultimately, Matty and Jenna realized -- on their own -- that a 'round-the-clock relationship was not ideal. Maturity prevailed...for the kids, at least.
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Angela Simmons and her ex, Bow Wow.
Famous people are said to live in a bubble, so when it comes to crossing paths with their equally famous exes, it's bound to happen often. Especially when both parties are in the same line of work! Angela Simmons, formerly of "Run's House" and "Daddy's Girls," is joining forces with her old flame, Bow Wow, to co-host BET's "106 & Park" starting today, through Friday at 6/5c, and we can't wait to see the public reunion. But don't expect a "Battle of the Exes"-type showdown between the two -- since the breakup, Angela and Bow Wow have remained good pals. "Been riding with each other 9 years and counting #realfriendship," she recently Instagrammed about their relationship. Hmm, we hear real friendship is the foundation for true love... Wishful thinking?
While this is not Angela's first appearance on the hip-hop countdown show (check out the segment below, where she gives her two cents on Grammy night fashion), this is the first time she'll be sharing the stage with the series regular. Wish her good luck, and make sure to tune in to her co-hosting gig this week!
Yesterday it was all about "True Life" love stories, but for Round 2 of the show's MTV.com tournament, we're asking viewers to tap into their darker sides. One of the hardest-hitting and most shocking themes the docu-series has tackled is addiction, and between battling drugs, shopping and sex, the episodes featured below left us speechless.
Check out these four editor's picks to refresh your memory, and vote for which one is the most significant to you. Plus, stay tuned for two more heats: family issues and physical disorders.
"True Life: I'm A Compulsive Shopper"
Budgeting isn't a concept Gabby and Ali are familiar with...at all. Will they ever put down the plastic and learn to spend responsibly?
If you've ever dreamed of riding shotgun in an overheated car while a first-generation Sicilian with an insatiable appetite for authentic Italian food (grilled baby octopus, specifically), wine (disguised as coffee) and women (married ones, in particular) gives a tour of his favorite Staten Island haunts, this video is for you. And everyone else. In it, Vinny Guadagnino's Uncle Nino -- one crazy motherf***ker (pardon, there's simply no other term that fits) -- eats, drinks and tans his face off after pointing out the scene of a past love affair and narrowly avoiding an accident with a bus. You may want to wear a helmet for this.
As Nino guides us through his daily routine -- referred to by him as Gym, Tanning, Octopus -- we are reminded that it's never too early to begin Happy Hour (if you don't work) and that everyone looks better in a velour tracksuit (especially if you rock a gangsta limp).
Below, check out what happens when you ask Staten Island's most notorious senior citizen to see the sights but you accidentally overstay your welcome.