When The Client List star Jennifer Love Hewitt stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, the host couldn’t resist chatting about the show’s, ahem, titillating ads. Of her billboard-sized cleavage, Hewitt noted, “Thank God none of them have been put up in my grandmother’s neighborhood yet.” She later laughed, “They’re like King Kongs!” See below how Hewitt reacted when Kimmel presented her a piece of one of those billboards (I’m sure you can guess which piece). READ FULL STORY
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Go ahead and add “TV’s Greatest Sport” to Nick Offerman’s résumé. The increasingly lovable Parks and Rec actor joined forces with Conan O’Brien last night for a new segment titled “Nick Offerman from ‘Parks and Rec’ Reads Tweets from Young Female Celebrities.” Slightly catchier than “The Best Tweets of Kanye West,” right?
What’s even better is that Offerman read off tweets from the likes of Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus while wielding power tools. Honestly, after hearing him recite the musings of Miranda Cosgrove while holding an ax, it’s safe to say I’ll never read tweets the same way again. Watch the magic below: READ FULL STORY
Ladies and gentlemen, curious boys and squealing girls, welcome to Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s main event. In this corner, sporting 18.5 pounds of brand-new muscle, we have the High School Hottie with a smokin’ body, the Unstoppable Condom-Dropper, the Thrilla in Vanilla — Zaaaaaac Efron!
Which of these skilled bra-unhookers can remove four ladies’ undergarments from a portly fellow named Guillermo in just 23 heart-pounding seconds? The answer lies in the video below — but unless you’re yearning to see a clip and some chatter about The Lucky One, you might want to skip to around 2:32. May the man with quickest fingers and least shame win!
Primatologist, conservation advocate, and all-around role model Dr. Jane Goodall stopped by The Daily Show last night to talk about her latest project: Chimpanzee, an adorable new documentary from Disneynature. Though the 78-year-old ape expert didn’t work on the film, she’s acting as its spokesperson — her duties apparently include giving late night talk show hosts a “proper chimpanzee greeting,” complete with goofy ape noises. We’re not complaining!
Goodall explains that the film, which follows an orphaned chimp named Oscar, found its plot by accident; a film crew had been shooting on the Ivory Coast for a year before their main character’s mother was tragically killed by a leopard. (“It was luck!” joked Jon Stewart.) After losing his mother, Oscar was “adopted” by Freddy, the male leader of his troop. According to Goodall, “it brings tears to your eyes” to see the tender way Freddy treats his young ward.
Well, provided excessive cuteness makes you weepy. The Chimpanzee footage that accompanied Goodall’s appearance is almost unbearably adorable — who even needs a plot when you can watch chimps bumble around to the sounds of bouncy jazz for 78 minutes? Check out the interview below, then mark your calendar: the doc premieres on Earth Day, April 20. Plus, if you see it in its first week, a portion of your ticket price will be donated to the Jane Goodall Institute. That’s monkey business we can get behind.
When Josh Brolin hosted SNL in 2008, he presided over an unusually memorable show — though the episode’s highlights had little to do with the W star himself. Brolin’s initial outing coincided with cameos from Oliver Stone, Alec Baldwin, Mark Wahlberg — say hi to your mother for me, Mark! — and, most importantly, the real Sarah Palin. The ep also featured an enormously pregnant Amy Poehler performing a “Weekend Update” rap that lampooned Alaska’s former governor — an instantly classic moment that might be the funniest thing Poehler ever did on the show. I know, I know — the bar is high. But how can anything compete with “Shoot a mutha humpin’ moose eight days of the week!”?
So, will Brolin’s second hosting gig be as notable as his first? READ FULL STORY
Michelle Obama visits 'The Colbert Report,' talks helping military families and why 'iCarly' wins -- VIDEO
The First Lady continued her late-night rounds yesterday with a stop at The Colbert Report. On the one-year anniversary of the Joining Forces initiative, Mrs. Obama was in the studio to talk about hiring veterans and helping military families.
But forget the politics, Colbert wanted to get down to the real issues: Who would win in a contest of gravitas between the funnyman and Nickelodeon’s iCarly, whose show featured a FLOTUS cameo in a January episode.
“That’s a tough one,” Obama said. “iCarly is about 16 and she’s real deep.”
And of course, it wouldn’t be a true First Lady talk show appearance if there wasn’t at least the tease of a dance party.
“I should add some random dancing to my show,” Colbert countered, as a way to beat the teen comedy that routinely features outbursts of dance. “We could try,” Obama replied.
Take a look at the video:
About a year ago, Kristen Wiig announced that she was going to retire two of her most famous SNL characters: fast-talking one-upper Penelope and bubble-haired, mischievous Gilly. As it turns out, this declaration was nothing more than a Gilly-style prank: Last night, the grinning grade schooler returned to wreck havoc on Studio 8H once again. The resulting sketch was one of the episode’s few missteps. (There’s a reason Gilly should have gone to that big classroom in the sky.)
But overall, Sofia Vergara’s first outing as host of Saturday Night Live was solid and consistently funny — a pleasant surprise, considering the less-than-impressive promos that heralded her arrival. Modern Family‘s Emmy-nominated star was an energetic, enthusiastic presence, and the show’s writers didn’t reduce her to a pair of boobs with a Spanish accent. The show did lean a little heavily on sketches that skewered ads — we got three pre-taped commercial parodies, including old stalwart “Lil’ Poundcake”; one (awful) skit about a news team filming a promo; and a segment in which Vergara and new featured player Kate McKinnon filmed a Pantene spot. Maybe this ad overload was a commentary on Vergara’s bottomless well of endorsements: the actress was onscreen during commercial breaks as often as she was when the show was actually airing.
The episode got off to a strong start with a better-than-usual Mitt Romney cold open. As the Republican worked harder and harder to ingratiate himself with special interest groups, the sketch got increasingly absurd; I especially loved when Jason Sudeikis-as-Romney started extolling the virtues of adult onset diabetes. After he sent us into the credits with SNL’s iconic opening words — “Hey, New York, let’s start the show!” it was time for Vergara’s monologue, a low-key segment stocked with a few great punchlines. Welcome Sofia with pulled-down pants by watching the monologue below: READ FULL STORY
Get ready for cleavage, mangled English, and a whole lot of yelling: Modern Family star Sofia Vergara is hosting SNL for the first time.
Though the promos released earlier this week don’t look particularly promising, I’m hoping that we’ll see Vergara show a bit of versatility on tonight’s show. After all, the woman is a two-time Emmy nominee — and she has crack comic timing in two languages, which is no easy feat. (Lindsay Lohan couldn’t manage to sink a punchline while speaking English exclusively.) If SNL‘s writers let her flex her comedic muscles and don’t strictly stick to jokes about accents and hotness, Vergara could really shine. Maybe in one sketch, she could even play a character who isn’t specifically South American! Can you imagine? READ FULL STORY
The 21-year-old star stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night to promote the movie and ended up schooling Fallon in a three-point shootout with random objects. The ammo: a mannequin head, slinky, a bucket of KFC, a McDonalds Shamrock Shake, and a bow. Watch the clip… from way downtown!
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First Lady Michelle Obama dropped by the Late Show With David Letterman last night to promote her Joining Forces initiative, but naturally there was some prodding about the not-so-nice side of politics this election year. FLOTUS remained winkingly positive, saying, “[Barack] is always upbeat — particularly about Congress.” Bah dum bum! Obama also revealed that she occasionally “sneaks out” of the White House for covert trips. Find out where below. READ FULL STORY
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