As they do each year, the puckish animators over at JibJab have skewered the events of the past 12 months. JibJab has now been in the “year-in-review” game for a decade, and still its signature ensemble jigs (~1:32) are good for a laugh. We should all strive for such consistency. READ FULL STORY
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The symbiotic relationship between celebrities and their personal assistants and employees is a storied one—and often, said stories involve personal errands, late-night phone calls, and a whole lot of crying while driving in the Valley during rush hour (for the assistants, mostly).
For Waka Flocka Flame, having hired help means never having to roll his own blunts again.
Generally, a figure of speech is just that–speech. Words. Not real actions. But on The Wendy Williams Show today, host Wendy Williams made good on an old saying by literally eating crow. READ FULL STORY
For such a high-profile couple, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West surely didn’t disappoint with their extravagant European wedding affair last week, sharing photos and details of the events to the public before and after.
Now one of those photos is the most popular upload to Instagram ever: Kim and Kanye’s first kiss photo posted Tuesday has more than 1.92 million likes on the bride’s Instagram page. Before you roll your eyes, the previous record-holder was none other than Justin Bieber and former/maybe current flame Selena Gomez from five months ago with the caption “Love the way you look at me.” Okay, now you can finish that eye roll. READ FULL STORY
Did 50 Cent really throw the worst first pitch in baseball history Tuesday night? When the rapper tossed the ceremonial ball before the New York Mets-Pittsburgh Pirates game, Fiddy nearly took out a photographer standing at what normally would have been deemed a safe distance from home plate. It was, by all accounts, terrible.
But 50 Cent has plenty of competition when it comes to Most Embarrassing Pitching Performance by a Celebrity. And for some reason, musical artists in particular seem to be lacking in throwing skills. Here are the 10 wildest first pitches by pop stars, rappers, and rockers, ranked from nearly hittable to hittable if they’re suddenly playing golf.
This weekend, Kim Kardashian was married for the third time. The #Kimye wedding saw the reality TV star don two separate wedding dresses. That’s a relatively modest number: Kim’s 2011 wedding to basketball caveman Kris Humphries featured three different bridal gowns. When you factor in her early-2000s marriage to Damon Thomas, this means that Kim Kardashian has worn six dresses at three weddings. Three Weddings and Six Dresses could probably make a charming romantic comedy, but until Kris Jenner sells the movie rights to Kim’s life, we’ll have to settle for a style-centric back-and-forth between EW staffers and Kardashian experts Hillary Busis and Darren Franich. Because Game of Thrones wasn’t on this week, darn it, and this is the next best thing. (Kris is such an Olenna.) READ FULL STORY
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are officially a married couple, which means that the next question people are asking is: How long will it last? Sure, it’s a depressing thought, but it’s one that can be backed up by many a Hollywood couple tying the knot only to decide to end things 72 days later. OK, maybe that was just one couple, but still.
That being said, it’s not really a question we can answer, which is why we reached out to Kevin Bradley, Sportsbook Manager of Bovada.lv, who gave us some official odds on the situation. And for comparison, we also asked him about some of Hollywood’s other big couples.
Kanye West reportedly gave 20-minute toast at wedding. So, how many times did he quote his own lyrics?
To the beautiful, lucky soul who is not yet aware: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian got married over the weekend.
Details about the ceremony and reception are slowly emerging. One nugget that caught our eye: According to E! (of course), West reportedly gave a 20-minute toast where he, ugh, called the Kardashian family “the most remarkable people of our time… [who] make the world a better place.” “Drunk in Love” is probably the kindest response to that statement.
“I think what Kanye West is going to mean is something similar to what Steve Jobs means,” Kanye West once declared. “I am undoubtedly, you know, Steve of Internet, downtown, fashion, culture. Period…I understand culture. I am the nucleus.” Could this man really manage not to quote himself — via his lyrics — during an emotional speech? READ FULL STORY
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