The top 10 things we're living for this week. Get into it.
10. TV: L.A. Hair. Get to know sassy celebrity hairstylist Kim Kimble — whose clients have included Kelly Rowland, Mary J. Blige, Lady Gaga, Whitney Houston, and many more — when her redonk reality series L.A. Hair premieres May 31 on WEtv.
9. MOVIE: Piranha 3DD. We love a shameless T&A horror flick that knows exactly what it is and doesn't pretend to be anything different. Piranha 3DD, the sequel to Piranha 3D, opens June 1 with more killer fish and flesh.
8. TV: Iyanla, Fix My Life. Kooky life coach Iyanla Vanzant, one of Oprah Winfrey's self-help prodigies who unceremoniously flew the coop years ago, comes back to Big Mama O with a new OWN "workshop," which premieres with a special sneak peak June 2.
7. MUSIC: Anxiety, Ladyhawke. Don't be anxious if you missed our CD giveaway, because Ladyhawke's entrancingly awesome sophomore release, Anxiety — which includes singles "Sunday Drive" and "Black White and Blue" — is out May 29.
6. TV: Teen Wolf. Inspired by the 1985 Michael J. Fox chestnut about, well, teen werewolves, the MTV guilty pleasure Teen Wolf returns June 3 for a second season with crazy amounts of lockerroom eye-candy.
5. TV: Drop Dead Diva. The fourth season of Drop Dead Diva, Lifetime's silly legal comedy costarring Margaret Cho as secretary to a skinny model trapped in the body of a plump lawyer, premieres June 3 on Lifetime with guest star Kim Kardashian.
3. BLU-RAY/DVD: True Blood: The Complete Fourth Season. Vampires and werewolves took a backseat to fairies and witches in the fourth season of HBO's addictive series True Blood, which is available on Blu-ray and DVD May 29. Suck it dry before the fifth season debuts June 10.
2. MUSIC: Magic Hour, Scissor Sisters. "Shady Love," "Only the Horses," and "Let's Have a Kiki" aren't even half the magic on the latest Scissor Sisters album, Magic Hour, which drops like it's hot May 29.
1. THEATRE: Jukebox Jackie. Bridget Everett, Cole Escola, and Steel Burkhardt join performance artist extraordinare Mx Justin Bond, who channels Warhol drag darling Jackie Curtis in Jukebox Jackie, a revue of songs, sketches, and other "snatches" culled from the late glam rocker's life. Conceived and directed by Hairspray and Smash songwriter Scott Wittman, it might just be the coolest, craziest, most "downtown" thing you can do in Manhattan at this moment, and it opens May 30 at La MaMa at the Ellen Stewart Theatre.