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It seems the New York Times is crushing on Friday Night Lights stars Taylor Kitsch and Gaius Charles—whom Blindie has been ogling since season one of TV’s greatest drama (next to Mad Men)!

In a TMen’s cover story called “Tomorrow’s Big-Screen Stars Are on TV”, Kitsch and Charles are among the actors highlighted in the dapper photo spread.

Charles, who plays Smash Williams on the small town football drama, says his role model is Christopher Plummer from The Sound of Music and he can next be seen alongside Woody Harrelson in the soldier drama The Messenger.

On the other hand, Kitsch (better known as bad boy hottie Tim Riggins), who says his onscreen role model is Sean Penn in Dead Man Walking, can next be seen as Cajun mutant in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, with Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds.

Talk about a yummy-fest!

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Oprah Winfrey finally weighs in on the domestic violence saga that is Chris Brown and Rihanna, and her message is clear: “He will hit you again.”

“Love doesn’t hurt,” Oprah said on her show Friday, announcing she will discuss domestic violence in an upcoming show. “I want to do a show about it, dedicated to all the Rihannas of the world.”

Rihanna’s reconciliation with Brown after her February 8th beating from her superstar boyfriend (who was charged with two felonies last week) surprised her family and fans alike, sparking a public debate about whether he’ll do it again

Speaking directly into the camera, Oprah said, “If a man hits you once, he will hit you again. He will hit you again.”

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