Will Ferrell and Red Hot Chili Pepper Chad Smith could have been separated at birth: They’re both A+ drummers, and they look identical. Brother, Brother?
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It finally happened: Cam and Mitch tied the knot on Wednesday night’s Modern Family season finale.
After many failed attempts to say “I do,” Jay told the pair they deserved the wedding they had always dreamed of — not a cramped living room ceremony. With that, everyone headed to the golf club for an outdoor ceremony, where Jay appeared to have a change of heart. When Mitch told his dad that he should take a seat before the ceremony started, Jay took Mitch’s arm and walked him down the aisle. Cue the happy tears.
Charlize Theron can do just about anything — except sing. Or win a game of charades.
The Million Ways to Die in the West star went on The Tonight Show Tuesday evening, where she teamed up with announcer Steve Higgins to play a game of charades against Jimmy Fallon and Penny Dreadful star Josh Hartnett. Meaning we got to see Theron act out all the ways one can commit murder when she picked Murder She Wrote as her clue. And we thought Monster was the end of her killing career!
A dark, scary cloud of paranoia loomed over tonight’s season finale of Bones as a the team unraveled a conspiracy. They could trust no one, they had to consider everyone outside of the inner circle a threat, and as Booth pursued his high-profile promotion within the FBI, they had more than ever on the line. READ FULL STORY
With one hour to go until we bid farewell to Cristina Yang — on the East Coast, at least — we invite you to chat about the episode here. Because it’s not fun to cry alone.
Oh, and to be clear, we will definitely be crying. After all, what would you do when saying goodbye to a friend? To Your Person?
If Twitter is more your thing, make sure you follow EW’s Grey’s Anatomy live tweet during the East Coast broadcast of the episode.
And come back to EW later for Samantha Highfill’s full recap.
Weeks ago, Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler went to dinner together, as friends do. They split the bill, as friends do. And then they accidentally took each others’ similar-looking credit cards, as friends do. But when Meyers gave back Poehler’s credit card, she failed to return the favor and continued to spend money with his… as identity thieves do.
Michael Emerson is happy, guys. Really, really, really happy.
Emerson famously played creepy Benjamin Linus on Lost and now plays an equally intense character on Person of Interest. He went on The Arsenio Hall Show Wednesday night and claimed that he’s not actually like the people he plays on TV — and to prove this, Emerson performed Pharrell Williams’ “Happy.” It’s like that time he read “Little Boy Blue” on Fallon, except this time, he’s also wearing an Arby’s hat.
Emerson didn’t exactly radiate joy in his spoken-word rendition of the song, but he did show off his comedy chops. Watch the performance below:
Ever wonder what Zac Efron’s buff body looks like in a wig and dress?
Wonder no more, silent weirdos of the Internet. Tuesday on Tonight, Jimmy Fallon brought back “Ew!,” his spoof Teen Nick show where celebrities dress like teenage girls and say “Ew!” a bunch. That’s…basically it.
The people donning wigs and dresses this time around? Seth Rogen and Zac Efron, who, to their credit, get super into the silly bit. Come for Efron twirling his hair, stay for the last 30 seconds, which includes an awesome Gary Oldman shout out (I think Rogen may be a huge Harry Potter fan?) as well as a James Franco joke. Lord knows there’s plenty to talk about there.
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