Commencement speeches can be boring. Just when you think you’re done with lectures, here’s one more person ranting to you about how to live your life as you wait to receive your diploma. But if that person is It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia‘s Charlie Day or Sandra Bullock, listening to “follow your heart” becomes much more enjoyable.
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Remembering Madiba: Paul Simon, Bill Clinton, P. Diddy, Clint Eastwood, more share thoughts on Nelson Mandela
The passing of former South African President Nelson Mandela at the age of 95, touched people all over the world and celebrities took to Twitter and other social media networks to honor the late activist. Read on for statements from Bill Clinton, Anderson Cooper, Paul Simon, John Legend, and more. Morgan Freeman, who played Mandela in Invictus, also shared his thoughts in a statement released to the press earlier on Thursday.
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Does anyone else hope Sean “Diddy” Combs and Paul Rudd are best friends in real life? The Lonely Island have your back.
The comedy trio have been building buzz for The Wack Album for weeks with a string of new material, and the latest is an epic video for “Go Kindergarten.” In the clip, Rudd and his BFF Diddy go to the club, and while the hip-hop mogul fully commits to the group’s risky new dance, Rudd spends most of the video looking skeptical (and getting his finger cut off).
“Go Kindergarten” also features a killer chorus from Robyn that we could listen to over and over again, and the Swedish singer goes full Gaga with her costumes and makeup. There isn’t enough space in the world to describe the insane getups the guys are wearing, but trust us: You’ll enjoy them.
Watch the video below. It’s pretty NSFW:
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