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Alicia Silverstone Raids Cher's Clueless Closet for Lip Sync Battle

Alicia Silverstone, Clueless | Photo Credits: Paramount Pictures/Getty Images

It's been more than 20 years (!!) since Clueless first hit theaters, and while Alicia Silverstone's on-screen driving skills have hopefully improved, some things haven't changed -- like her ability to rock the stellar fashions of the iconic '90s flick.

Lip Sync Battle star Chrissy Teigen shared a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the upcoming new season and revealed that she was starstruck over getting to meet Cher Horowitz herself, especially since the actress was donning her character's signature yellow plaid skirt suit.

This is one way to make sure she wouldn't be "ensemble-y challenged" for the appearance, that's for sure.

In other news, does this get anyone else's gears turning about the possibility of a (second) small screen revival of the series? "Let's do a makeover!" Now, the only question is: Did she lip sync to Coolio's "Rollin' with the Homies"?



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Stranger Things 2 Just Dropped a Timely Poster to Get You Even More Excited

Millie Bobby Brown, Stranger Things | Photo Credits: Curtis Baker/Netflix

The promotional poster game for Stranger Things' second season has been as much a showcase of '80s pop culture as the series itself, and even though Stranger Things 2 is scheduled to drop on Netflix in a matter of days, the zeitgeist-y wink session isn't slowing just yet.

The latest poster features all the essential characters from the series' first season with new characters filling out the sides. They're all gathered under the capable hands of Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), who looks to be summoning audiences in with her telekinetic powers.

The massive monster above her, which is lit up with orange from a storm-filled skyline, resembles a pumpkin. This could be both a nod to the Halloween season and possibly the Halloween films, which often incorporated a creepy jack-o-lantern into poster images as well.

Elsewhere on the new Stranger Things poster, there are also some other relevant winks to the era. Some we've already seen, like the kids' Ghostbusters-themed costumes and their beloved arcade, but some are new, like the barbed bat which may or may not be a reference to The Dorm that Dripped Blood (but certainly not The Walking Dead) and a scarecrow.

We'll see what it all means once Stranger Things 2 lands on Netflix Friday, Oct. 27



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Sophia Bush Explains Why She Left Chicago P.D.

Sophia Bush, Chicago P.D. | Photo Credits: Matt Dinerstein/NBC

After headlining not one but two long-lived small screen series, Sophia Bush is ready for some new creative endeavors. She'll star in a new show and act as an executive producer on other potential projects through her recently-announced 20th Century Fox TV deal. Before she can get to that, though, she wants to clear the air about her decision to leave Chicago P.D.

While promoting her nascent project for next fall, Bush responded to a follower on Instagram who suggested that she may have been pushed out of the police drama after four years, rather than leaving of her own volition. True to character, Bush couldn't let that comment slide.

"Took me a long time and a lot of hard work to get out of that show," Bush wrote in response to the commenter, who had suggested, "it sounded like they cut her, not she cut them." Bush went on to add, "Please don't demean my capabilities by degrading my position. I left because I wanted to. End of story."


Bush was integral to the One Chicago universe as Erin Lindsay, appearing in crossover episodes with Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago Justice, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She previously starred on One Tree Hill for nine seasons and appeared in the short-lived romantic comedy series Partners.

Chicago P.D. airs Wednesdays at 10/9c on NBC.



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