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    Afternoon Bitch-Back! Has Hollywood Entered the Age of the Brunettes?

    Natalie Portman, Anne Hathaway John Shearer/ Getty Images, Alberto E Rodriguez/ Getty images

    Dear Ted:
    Viva brunettes! Is it the era of the brown-haired girl? Anne Hathaway, Natalie Portman, Leighton Meester, Emma Stone, Mila Kunis and their little sisters Demi Lovato, Lea Michele, Hailee Steinfeld, Vanessa Hudgens are everywhere while the sporters of bleached-blond hair extensions are in rehab, jail or their own vomit.
    —S

    Dear Brunette Bombshells:
    I'd say it has more to do with their semismart decision making rather than the color of their tresses, seeing as some of these gals were born blonde (lookin' at you Stone and Meester). But maybe the H'wood blondes are having a bit too much fun because it has been a particularly good year for the brown-haired beauties. Better luck in 2012, Lohan, Lively and Bosworth!  

    Dear Ted:
    Do all the castmembers from Twilight really like each other? I mean it seems very obvious to me that Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz are definitely not Robsten fans.
    —P

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    Dear Not-Quite BFFs:
    They may not be exchanging friendship bracelets, but with all the press they have to do together, the Twi crew knows how to at least tolerate each other. And I wouldn't be surprised if Ash and Kell are just jealous of their more famous costars. After all, the world has got some serious Robsten blinders on.

    Dear Ted:
    I can think of an A-lister who would possibly be up for Dancing With the Stars: James Franco! He does pretty much whatever projects he feels like without much regard for his movie star status. How great would that be if they could get him? I've never seen the show, but would totally watch if he was on it.
    —Emily
    Dear Franco Fiasco:
    Franco may be an A-lister, but I don't know if the DWTS execs would want to go there. Jamesy goes a tad too far with what he calls "art projects" these days. He'd certainly draw in viewers, but I predict it would be a giant trainwreck à la Kate Gosselin's stint on the show.

    Dear Ted:
    I saw the random (and boring) choices for the role of Lucille Ball if a biopic is made. I think they should take a look at Scarlett Johansson for the role. She has a very expressive face and is gangly like L.B. Add some henna coloring for her hair and your done!
    —Roy

    Dear Lucille Love:
    Random and boring?! You're breaking my Lucille-loving heart! How could you possibly diss the oh-so-adorable Emma Stone? Or The Office's Ellie Kemper, who's only getting bigger post-Bridesmaids. Tisk, tisk, doll! That said, I wouldn't be opposed to tossing ScarJo into the mix.

    Dear Ted:
    How much longer are we going to experience the DeLively phenomenon? Do you think it will last? They (still) seem pretty fake to me.
    —AliF

    Dear Doomed DeLively:
    By my count, they should have been over a long time ago. And yet I totally understand why they're still canoodling their way around the globe and delaying their inevitable breakup. It's obvious. We can only hope Leo will see the light sooner than later (and you know it will be he who sees it).

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