Bill Hader's stories have everything: Angry Arnold Schwarzenegger, "Titanic" jokes that get you fired, and that thing where the bad guy from "Karate Kid" passive aggressively drinks your milkshake. The "Saturday Night Live" alum shared...Show More Summary
Their voices only recently dropped, but that didn't keep a hot new metal band from signing a record deal with Sony. All three members of Unlocking the Truth will be starting eighth grade next year, but in addition to their two-album contract (with an option for at least another three...
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Rudi Rok is a voice actor and internet personality who can mimic animal noises really well. So well, that he tricks animals. He's like the David Blaine of furry things. While given the hubbub about the 29 impersonations dude being aShow More Summary
That live broadcast of Peter Pan that everyone (no one ) has been talking about since The Sound of Music triple pooped on the concepts of television, stage production, and film has made its first casting. The role of Captain Hook will be played by Christopher Walken. Show More Summary
On July 13, 2013, "Glee" star Cory Monteith tragically died of a drug overdose at the age of 31. Born in Calgary, Alberta and raised in Victoria, British Columbia, Monteith launched his acting career in his early twenties. He landedShow More Summary
It's safe to say Thursday was a good day for Robbie Twible. The 12-year-old from Long Island, New York, had quite the A-list experience before, during and after a Justin Timberlake concert at New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom. Robbie,...Show More Summary
If there was ever a group of individuals unqualified to discuss issues of women's health, a bunch of male football players and coaches would be it. In a 1992 commercial entitled "Life: The Way Of Champions," members of the Washington...Show More Summary
Warning! Spoilers! Spoilers everywhere! If you don't like spoilers, stop reading this now, do not watch the video and just throw your computer in a lake to be safe. When Joe Manganiello stopped by "The Tonight Show" on Wednesday, July 9, no series was off-limits. Show More Summary
Russell Brand is having none of Dr. Ben Carson's anti-gay rhetoric against marriage equality. In his July 1 episode of "The Trews" -- a YouTube series in which he disassembles dubious arguments about social issues like gay rights and abortion -- Brand takes on Carson as his main subject. Show More Summary
As it tops Billboard's Hot 100 for the seventh week in a row, Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" is set to be one of the longest female runs this decade. That, and its general ubiquitousness, pretty much cement "Fancy" as our Song of the Summer,Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon just took the phrase "You're all wet" to a whole new level. On Wednesday, "Live! with Kelly and Michael" host Kelly Ripa faced off against Fallon in a new game on the "The Tonight Show" called "Pop Quiz." The object of the...Show More Summary
This is allegedly a leaked, unaltered recording of Britney Spears singing "Alien"—from her 2013 album Britney Jean —without the benefit of Auto-Tune, pitch correction, or any of the other studio tricks that featured heavily on the album. It sounds a teeny bit different from the finished track. Read more...
Class is now in session. On Tuesday, July 8, Halle Berry stopped by "The Tonight Show" and totally got schooled in Charades by Jimmy Fallon. The teams were Berry and "Tonight Show" announcer Steve Higgins against Fallon and "Glee" star...Show More Summary
Sarah Palin is tired of John Boehner's genteel, country-club "let's sue the president" politicking. Illegal immigrants are pouring into America and beating her like a cowed domestic, Palin says, adding that it's time to pull a "Goodbye, Earl" on the president, or something to that effect. Read more...
A few days ago, a pre-autotuned version of Britney Spears‘ “Alien” was leaked online which sounded almost like you’d expect Britney Spears to sound without autotune except knowing the Internet it was probably way too good to be true. (Not to mention she was saying comprehensible words and made it through the whole song without Read More...
In a word: yes. In seven words: Tim Gunn says, "Turn down for what." So does Heidi Klum. "Make it work," Gunn's talking-bobblehead saying, gets sliced and diced to a fauxlectro trap beat while Klum does rappy and Illuminati things with her hands, and it all feels not just like Project Runway has jumped the shark, but that all of pop culture has. Show More Summary
This feel-good video will put a smile on your face AND remind you of the importance of a great attitude! Kayden Knickle is two years old. He was diagnosed in utero with a condition called Omphalocele that affects many internal organs. Despite a grim prognosis, Kayden has survived (it was predicted he could be stillborn), although […]
Joan Rivers has once again proved she's a queen of comedy... and of awkward interviews. The comedian made headlines recently when she told CNN reporter Fredericka Whitfield to "shut up" and stormed off set. Then on Tuesday, July 8, after...Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon and Halle Berry might have a problem taking things a little too literally, but it's awesome. Making the rounds to promote her new TV series "Extant," Berry teamed up with Fallon to show viewers just "how they roll." ForShow More Summary