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Esquire has named Mila Kunis the Sexiest Woman Alive. As we all know, she is currently attached (to boyfriend Ashton Kutcher), but that will surely not stop many an oogler from watching Esquire’s video of her.

Jennifer Garner may be starring in the movie “Butter” right now, but that doesn’t stop her from imagining herself eventually getting back to stage acting. What role would she like to play one day? Fruma Sarah in “Fiddler on the Roof.” Yes, you read that correctly.

And speaking of theater, Paul Rudd showed some serious chest hair during his curtain call on opening night of his new Broadway show, “Grace.”

We admit we didn’t see this one coming: Lena Dunham tweeted: “For better or worse, the Carly Rae Jepsen album expresses a lot of my hard-to-verbalize impressions of love.” Huh.

Feeling nostalgic for those college days? Well, Zoe Lister-Jones recounts (with the aid of animation, no less) how, when she was 18, she met her crush, Jimmy Fallon. Aside from her and Fallon, the embarrassing episode also involved Matthew Broderick, Amy Sedaris… and a sailor hat.

Well, it’s about time. Mel Brooks, 86, will receive the American Film Institute’s Lifetime Achievement Award in Los Angeles next June. Three of his earlier films, “The Producers,” “Blazing Saddles” and “Young Frankenstein” rank among the top 15 films on AFI’s “100 Years … 100 Laughs” list.

Forget the Real Housewives. Now you can watch (well, you can if you are in the UK), a new TV show in which eight women vie for the title of “Jewish Mum of the Year.” The first episode, titled “Bar Mitzvah” is set to air Oct. 9.

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