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See Perez Hilton scream in exclusive clip from horror film Most Likely to Die

In the new horror film Most Likely to Die, Heather Morris from Glee plays a poker player whose high school reunion goes horribly awry when her friends start getting murdered in a manner that echoes their yearbook superlatives. Directed by Anthony DiBlasi — who made last year’s gem of a terror tale, Last Shift — the film also stars Jake Busey and pop culture blogger Perez Hilton.

Most Likely to Die is released in theater, on VOD, and via digital platforms, May 13. Watch the film’s trailer below and an exclusive clip above.

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Perez Hilton will play Danny Tanner in Full House! The Musical!

Perez Hilton will play Danny Tanner in the upcoming production of Full House! The Musical!, Hilton announced during an interview with Howard Stern on Tuesday. 

Hilton told Stern he’s been working with a vocal coach for a few years and now, he’ll be appearing in the musical parody from Bob and Tobly McSmith, the creators of Bayside! The Musical!.

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Nude photos of Kristen Stewart in 'On the Road' -- a tasteful consideration

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No matter how purposefully oblivious to pop culture you claim to be, you know who Kristen Stewart is. So when you see the following link on the Huffington Post, you click it: “Kristen Stewart Topless: Actress Gets Naked In ‘On The Road’ (PHOTOS).

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Meet Travis Garland, the new discovery from Perez Hilton performing on tonight's 'American Idol': it's a Music Mix Q&A!

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Image Credit: Chris PolkTonight’s American Idol results show will feature a special performance from Travis Garland, a former boy band member – he was in short-lived group NLT, which (fun fact!) also featured Glee’s Kevin McHale – now striking out on his own with a new sin

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Perez Hilton tells us all about SXSW's worst and best bands, his newest signee, and why he hates Ke$ha

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Image Credit: Wild1/PR PhotosWith SXSW finished until next year, thousands of music fans are now scattering back home to annoy and/or delight their friends by bragging about all the life-changingly brilliant new artists they discovered in Austin. Most also have a horror story or two about buzz bands that turned out to be more like bust bands in a live setting.

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