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Today, Entertainment Weekly debuts Polished, a new weekly web series hosted by writer and comedian Jamie Lee (whom you may recognize from MTV’s Girl Code). For the next eight weeks, Jamie will sit down with a variety of women in entertainment—comedians, actors, musicians—to talk about work, life, and whatever else (cats come up surprisingly often) while they get manicures or pedicures.
First up is actress, podcaster, and comedian Kulap Vilaysack, who’s in the process of making a documentary that digs into a shocking revelation she learned from her mother as a teenager. READ FULL STORY
In terms of Hollywood talent agencies known by their all-powerful three-lettered acronym, there’s CAA, WME, UTA, and…STA?
Call them Deep Thoughts for the Reddit generation.
In his signature deadpan, Offerman gazes off into the distance and shares knowledge that can only be summed up as pure Swanson genius. Because technically, he’s right—we’re all half centaur.
But the subreddit isn’t just a depository for readers’ soapy musings—Shower Thoughts is currently trying to raise money for Charity: Water, a non-profit organization seeking to provide clean water resources in every country. Maybe Offerman’s video will kick off the next Ice Bucket Challenge?
Robin Williams never just relegated himself to his official film and television work and, especially recently, spoiled audiences with his delightful, exuberant charisma in a variety of venues. Whether it was a talk show appearance, an official comedy special, a Richard Pryor roast, a USO tour, a Reddit AMA, or a heartfelt interview with James Lipton or Marc Maron, Williams gave his all to each occasion.
Below are 16 essential moments. Be warned, there’s some salty language—but if you love Williams, you already knew that. READ FULL STORY
When The Mindy Project‘s Adam Pally isn’t busy playing the role of Peter—Mr. Wedding and general supporter of Mindy and Danny’s love—he keeps himself busy with a variety of projects. For one thing, he recently partnered with Philips Norelco Click & Style and YouTube stars The Warp Zone to create a two-part online video series that explores some of the “hairy issues” involved with manhood. Part 1 of that series, titled Game of Bros, is already online, with part 2 premiering Friday, August 1.
And when he’s not filming the web series? Well, you might be able to catch him watching recent episodes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. But that’s just one of the many things we discovered about Pally when we put him in the hot seat for our Pop Culture Personality Test. And if you want to know which celeb sex tape he still watches occasionally, be sure to watch the video ALL the way through. There might be a post-credit sequence calling your name.
The Mindy Project returns Tuesday, September 16 at 9:30 p.m. on Fox.
Harry Connick Jr. quickly got the nickname “Harsh Harry” after joining the judging panel for the 13th season of American Idol for his brutally honest critiques and comments. However, the Grammy-winner also introduced many new musical terms and phrases that some viewers at home (and even other judges) were unfamiliar with. Now that Caleb Johnson has been declared the winner, we wanted to test him and some of the other Idol finalists and see if they can pass Harry’s Music School. Watch and test yourself below: READ FULL STORY
In her three seasons as a judge on American Idol, Jennifer Lopez has had her fair share of comments — both for the show’s contestants and for the different men sitting beside her on the panel. But it seems that whenever J. Lo really enjoys a performance, her body is the first to know.
Luckily, she always lets the audience know about her nightly “goosies” — and we’ve put together a supercut of those moving moments:
The 2014 MTV Movie Awards promises to be “the biggest one you’ll ever see.”
For this Sunday’s live broadcast, host Conan O’Brien has assembled stars, spoofs, pyrotechnics galore, and death-defying stunts to wow the millennial audiences. As he joked to EW earlier, he realized quickly that his Goonies monologue wasn’t exactly going to cut it for the sophisticated kids.
Stunts seemed like a good quick fix. If only he was brave enough to actually go through with them.
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