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Elizabeth Berkley still looks amazing in a bikini. [The Superficial]

Jennifer Aniston‘s bringing her boyfriend everywhere now. [Cele|bitchy]

Justin Timberlake talks about big boobs. [Starpulse]

A ho with a heart. [Bossip]

Fan tries to rush Miley Cyrus onstage – photos. [TMZ]

Kim Kardashian‘s panty-flash. [Socialite Life]

Chris Brown loves the gays, hates the gays. [The Blemish]

Adorable photos of Brad Pitt and family on the set of his new movie. [Caught on Set]

Sarah Carroll‘s nipslip. [Popbytes]

Teens take on aliens in Attack the Block. [LA Times]

Can someone please tell me what Johnny Weir was thinking yesterday? [OMGBlog]

Halle Berry‘s trying hard for attention these days. [INFDaily]

Marisa Miller looks hot. [Gossip Juice]

Is this the end of the Jersey Shore asshats? [Huff Po]

La Toya Jackson’s New Memoir Maintains that Michael Was Murdered

La Toya signs her memoir

I do honestly believe that Michael Jackson was a sad and misunderstood man-child, doomed to isolation, who never knew a normal life. Maybe a certain amount of retconning is required to arrive at that conclusion: I’m soft.

La Toya Jackson‘s new memoir, Starting Over, is a real downer. Much of the book centers on her brother’s paranoia that people were out to kill him (she still shares his suspicions, not to mention his fake nose). And while La Toya Jackson isn’t my go-to for facts-based narratives, this is some pretty dark stuff.

She holds that Michael Jackson warned her, on multiple occasions, that he was going to get offed:

‘La Toya, I’m going to be murdered for my music publishing catalog and my estate,’ he had told me again and again. Michael believed there was a conspiracy.

La Toya still suspects her brother’s business adviser, the mysterious Dr. Tohme Tohme, of leading a cabal against MJ:

As soon as he began acting as Michael’s business adviser, he fired key people who had been close to Michael for years. … Once Tohme shut out the rest of the world, he would be able to steer Michael toward business ventures that were profitable for Tohme and his friends.

La Toya adds that her brother was deeply wary of all drugs and medication, including aspirin, which makes his addiction to painkillers all the more out-of-character.

She also quotes Paris, alleging these were his last words to his now 13-year-old daughter:

Prince and I were arguing, and Daddy said, ‘Stop fighting with your brother. I’m not always going to be here, and you’re going to have to be the lady and watch over them.’

Paris remembers Michael’s last days, his body ravaged by illness:

Daddy was always cold. … He would sit and fall asleep by the fireplace. He would always cry. And we would watch to make sure everything was fine. … And he needed a doctor. And then, they turned the lights out. We were in the dark … and they cut the phones off.

True crime or shameless cash-in? Whether treachery really were afoot—or more likely, Michael Jackson simply suffered an untimely end—Michael’s family sure knows how to paint a grim picture.

Titillating, Terrifying, or Tired: Charlie Sheen Masks

Charlie Sheen! Thumbs up!

(Photos via Facebook)

Artist Landon Meier’s nightmarishly realistic masks have been making the rounds at horror conventions nationwide (and on Regretsy, hee). He’s got baby masks, he’s got Jack Nicholson masks, but his most startling silicone likeness is probably that of Charlie Sheen.

Incredibly, the Charlie Sheen mask looks great from every angle—unlike cadaverous Charlie Sheen himself. Or, well, OK, they’re both pretty creepy. Either way, it’s like a cartoon come to life! Eek!

The masks are custom-made, with Charlie’s trademark bowl-cut painstakingly rooted by hand, so Mr. Meier has no trouble charging $2,500 a, uh, head.