Earlier this week, the brother of Toronto mayor Rob Ford got his feelings hurt when the siblings didn’t get their picture taken with Kevin Spacey backstage at a taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live. On Saturday, Spacey attempted to remedy the situation via this awesome tweet:
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So it turns out all of those rumors about Lindsay Lohan being a nightmare to work with on the set of 2 Broke Girls were just that — rumors.
Stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs took to Twitter on Friday to refute claims that guest star Lohan was a disaster and repeatedly screwed up her lines during a taping on Wednesday. The reports stemmed from an unimpressed witness who claimed: ”[We, the audience members] are very familiar with every single one of Lindsay Lohan’s lines and can repeat them all verbatim to you because we heard them so many times last night. There is not a member of the audience who couldn’t do a better job than Lindsay Lohan did last night.”
Let’s play “Guess where that tongue’s been!”
Wait – that’s not an actual game? Well someone should tell Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry, who seem to be getting into a little playful tiff over their recent kiss at Cyrus’ concert last month in Los Angeles. Apparently Perry wasn’t expecting the full deep-dive from Cyrus, though we all know that Katy Perry has kissed many girls and liked it. Cyrus took to her Twitter account to respond. In my opinion, the illustration below screams passion. Or a cry for help.
Does Ellen DeGeneres have some competition from Homer Simpson?
DeGeneres’ Oscar selfie — which included Meryl Streep, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, and many others — became the most retweeted message ever after Ellen posted it during Sunday’s ceremony.
But the Simpson clan — or rather, Simpsons creator Matt Groening — want to break that record. Posted on Homer Simpson’s official account is the above photo of the Simpson-ized A-list stars, alongside this message: “The ugly true story of that Oscar selfie can finally be told! Let’s break Twitter again. Look for Bart.” READ FULL STORY
Despite what her Oscar tweets may have indicated, Chelsea Handler is emphatically not a racist — at least, according to Chelsea Handler.
“People are mad at me all the time. If I was worried about that, then I would be spending a lot of time online. I’d rather be a little bit more productive,” she explained to George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America Tuesday, after he brought up her controversial Academy Award-night comments — including this message about Sunday’s Best Supporting Actress winner: “#AngelinaJolie just filed adoption papers #lupitanyongo #Oscars -@chelseahandler.”
Okay, cool! Thanks for clearing that up, Chelsea. This would be the perfect time to change the subject. Right? Right?
Yeah, no. “I’m not racist,” the comedian continued, laughing as though the very idea were utterly ludicrous. “I date a lot of black people, so that would be a difficult thing to explain to them.” Palm, meet face.
The only thing worse than John Travolta’s hair at the Oscars was John Travolta’s horrible mispronunciation of Idina Menzel’s name. When Travolta took the stage to introduce Menzel’s performance of the Oscar-nominated song, “Let It Go,” from her movie Frozen, he asked the audience to “please welcome the wickedly talented, one and only, Adela Dazeem.” At least, that’s what we thought he said; it’s pretty tough to understand that quick mumble.
Harold Ramis died on Monday morning, causing fans of the star and his many comedies — including Groundhog Day and Caddyshack — to grieve on social media. Read below for statements and tweets from his famous fans, ranging from Parks and Recreation actress Rashida Jones to Family Guy mastermind Seth MacFarlane, and check back as we’ll continue to update this page throughout the day. READ FULL STORY
The moment Jason Collins took the court for the Brooklyn Nets on Feb. 23, he officially became the first openly gay player in the NBA. At the Staples Center in L.A., Collins helped his team achieve a six-point victory over the Lakers. More importantly, the game served as Collins’ official return to the NBA since coming out. Watch the historic moment below:
And as can be expected in today’s Twitter-happy world, celebs and others took to social media to talk about the moment. We’ve rounded up some of the best tweets about Collins’s big day:
Congratulations to @jasoncollins34! Glad to see you back in the NBA.
— Steve Levitan (@SteveLevitan) February 24, 2014
— America Ferrera (@AmericaFerrera) February 24, 2014
I know nothing about basketball but i know that I am very excited for @jasoncollins34! The Nets sure are lucky to have him.
— Jesse Tyler Ferguson (@jessetyler) February 23, 2014
— Adam Shapiro (@adamshapiro) February 23, 2014
— Greg Berlanti (@GBerlanti) February 23, 2014
— Michael Sam (@MikeSamFootball) February 23, 2014
27-year-old Chris Schleicher is a writer for The Mindy Project. Before launching his comedy career, though, Schleicher spent 16 years as a competitive figure skater — he and his pairs partner (a.k.a. his sister) were ranked 13th in the nation before Schleicher retired in his early 20s. (He actually got the Mindy job by writing a pilot about his skating days, which, naturally, was called On Thin Ice.)
In short, Schleicher knows more about figure skating than you do — and he’s also a lot funnier when riffing on the sport’s inherent ridiculosity. So please, before NBC airs the men’s long program finals tonight, add this guy to your Twitter feed; you won’t regret it. (What, like you had Valentine’s Day plans?) See why by reading some of his greatest recent hits:
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