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Little Girl in the Pepsi Commercials: 'Memba Her?!

11/30/2010 11:23 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Hallie Kate Eisenberg is most famous for starring in Pepsi commercials in the late '90s but was also in films like "Paulie" and "Bicentennial Man." Guess what she looks like now!

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Cameron & A-Rod Hose Each Other Off


Reunited lovebirds Cameron Diaz and Alex Rodriguez spent the holiday weekend cooling off their smokin' hot bods in Mexico.

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What's the Big Frigin' Difference?!


Don't let these pictures fool you -- there are some serious differences just waiting to be spotted!

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** HINT -- There are THREE differences in the above photo! **

Celebrity Scramble!


Can you guess whose flawless face got a major mix up?

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Leslie Nielsen's Kevin Bacon Connection


Leslie Nielsen -- who died yesterday -- is forever entangled in Hollywood -- so much so ... there's even a Kevin Bacon connection!

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So how did the careers of Leslie and Kevin intersect?

Check out the photo gallery to find out.


David Arquette -- Lookin' GaGa-Gorgeous


Like a male version of Lady Gaga, David Arquette has been making some serious fashion statements lately.

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Arquette has been gallivanting around town in some crazy outfits while he's been working with Beacher's Madhouse in LA.

Ra-ra!

Jennifer Aniston in a Bikini


Jennifer Aniston once again (not that we're complaining) donned a bikini to lay out in while she hung out with a few friends in Los Cabos, Mexico.

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Garnella Tomich    

I DON'T KNOW WHY THEY BOTHER TO PUT TWO FIG LEAVES ON THESE WOMEN OF TODAY. THEY MIGHT AS WELL GO NAKED. THIS GENERATION HAS GONE TO THE DOGS BOTH SPIRITUALLY AND MORALLY.

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Hot Tuna    

People are like cats and dogs these days. This used to be such a great country.

1333 days ago
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Denmon Westmoreland    

This is still a great country, and showing a little flesh doesnt take away from that. You Moralist are idiots. Remember the Flappers of the 20's, the hippies of the 60's the democrats of the 2010's, there all gome now but in their time they also were the ruin of the country and yet the US Still stamds stromg..

1333 days ago
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someone    

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXxdrY-0j6k

1333 days ago
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ashley abranties    

hey i love your show nd website!!
haha i love dee celebrety scramble....
lol FUNNY

1333 days ago
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mddarch    

this country used to be such a great country???? when??? you mustv not know history like i know! this countries past is filled with racism and bigotry and discrimination..thats the past i know , I dont know what past your talking about!

1333 days ago
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Tune Out    

"Memba" them..?? "All growed up"..?? I be thinking a posse of mofo homies fresh from da crib be doin' da writin', an dey don't give no damn no anyhow...

1333 days ago
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NYUPhD    

I'm not even going to try to address whats wrong with the political nonsense that's been collectively dumped here...

But to the moralist, why should we be ashamed of our bodies? Spiritually gone to the dogs? If there is a god and mankind is his greatest creation, then why should we be ashamed of our bodies? Shouldn't we display them proudly and unashamedly? Also, don't type in all caps, its rude.

To "people being cats and dogs these days": By and large, the general public has always been too naive or stupid to realize how often we are being lead by the nose under completely false pretexts. The general public has always been swayed by charismatic leaders from all different political philosophies. It's only somewhat recently, that people are getting smart to whats happening. This country wasn't better in the past, it was just blissfully ignorant as to what was happening.

To Denmon Westmoreland: While I disagree with your not-so-subtle jab at the democrats, you're right about historical groups challenging the mainstream values. Even these outliers may take things a little far, they force us to re-examine our current values. Without this collective self-reflection, things will never evolve socially

thats all I have to say

1333 days ago

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