Spanx are revolutionary shaping garments that have sent Hollywood divas into a tizzy.
The debut album from this London band is getting the music press all in a tizzy with its hints of My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive (yes - Shoegazers everywhere rejoice!).
Fans were in a tizzy trying to figure out if Hughes would be playing Anna Devane, a role that the actress created in 1985 on General Hospital.
I never did find out what Howie told Detective Jackson but whatever was said, it put Jackson in a tizzy.
When you see what you've got, you're in a tizzy.
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We had them in a right tizzy, which makes me think it is well worth a return visit.
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EW gossip columnist Michael Ausiello is forever posting blind items to his blog about potential hiring's, firings, love matches and more that send fans into a tizzy.
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