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NYGossipGirl Contest: My Man is a Loser Giveaway

To help celebrate the release of the upcoming summer comedy My Man is a Loser starring John Stamos, NYGossipGirl is giving ONE lucky winner a “Movie Night In” prize pack!

My Man is a Loser follows playboy Mike (Stamos), who has all the right moves. So when Mike’s buddies (Michael Rapaport and Bryan Callen) ask for advice on how to reconnect with their wives, Mike figures he’ll share some secrets and help the guys regain their marriage mojo. But when Mike’s lessons start backfiring with hilarious results, it takes a beautiful, no-nonsense friend (Tika Sumpter) to show Mike he still has a thing or two to learn about relationships.

The prize pack includes classic movie candy, glassware to enjoy cocktails with that special someone, a $50 gift card to customize the night and a download code.

To win, visit the My Man is a Loser website and share your best relationship advice inspired by the movie in the comments. U.S. participants only.

The film is available for your own movie night On Demand (check your local cable or satellite listings) as well as Amazon Instant and for rental on iTunes. Check out the trailer below!

Edited: July 28th, 2014

First Look: Rocky Horror Glee Episode

It’s almost time for the epic Rocky Horror Glee episode, but for now enjoy some photos from the upcoming Oct. 26 episode.

Glee’s newest singer, Chord Overstreet plays Rocky and shows of his abs in the episode. Overstreet said “I’m kind of naked. Everything but some gold shorts… and they’re skin tight.”

Check out other Glee cast members below, including Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, John Stamos, Heather Morris, Kevin McHale, Dianna Agron and Chris Colfer as Riff-Raff.

Are you excited about the Rocky Horror-themed episode? Sound off in the comments!

Edited: October 19th, 2010

John Stamos Joins Glee

John Stamos is officially a Gleek!

The 46-year-old actor has joined that cast of Glee where he will play the love interest of guidance counselor Emma (Jayma Mays), as well as a rival of Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison).

Fox and Stamos are currently in negotiations to have him play a recurring role.

Stamos knows musicals – he stared on Broadway several times including shows such as  Cabaret, Bye Bye Birdie and How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.

What do you think of his new role?

Sound off in the comments!

Edited: June 8th, 2010

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