Who knew putting eyebrows on a dog was the best thing in the entire world, ever? Well, now we all do, I guess. Thanks, Japan! This trend is my favorite: READ FULL STORY »
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In the 14 years since Phoebe Buffay sang her favorite Elton John, Who’s the Boss song on Friends, how many times do you think Tony Danza has endured some wise-acre ordering him to hold someone tighter? A thousand? A million? I ask because in this short FunnyOrDie clip, he sounds like a patient man who’s resigned to explaining this lyrical misconception for the hundredth time today. We’ll have to see wait and see what (the semi-NSFW) Scott & Zander’s Crazy Night is all about, but since this clip has the potential to be the greatest night-cruisin’ sing-along since Wayne’s World, I have high hopes. Take the ride below: READ FULL STORY »
On HLN’s The Joy Behar Show, Joy insisted it doesn’t bother her at all when clowns like Jersey Shore‘s Snooki or, better yet, Saturday Night Live‘s Fred Armisen make fun of her. “Not even when you’re alone … quiet … lonely?” cried random panel member Penn Jillette, in a desperate attempt to turn the discussion into a personal therapy session. “Not at all,” said Joy. “I never even thought I was a celebrity!” I think my favorite part is when Penn name-checks freaking Tennyson [update: or maybe Kinison, as in Sam, but I wish it was Tennyson], and Holly Madison is like “What?” READ FULL STORY »
Sesame Street and Grover have gifted the universe with a spoof of Old Spice’s “I’m on a Horse” campaign — disguised as a lesson about the word “on”! Do stick around for the easy rider’s divine click-click-hair toss at the end. Don’t worry, I’m not going to turn this into an Isaiah Mustafa vs. Grover “Who’s Hotter?” poll. We all know Gladys would win as a write-in, anyway. That is a hot cow. READ FULL STORY »
It’s been an awfully quiet summer in the world of Miley Cyrus. There hasn’t been a new dance party anthem — leaving me to rely on my old standards, “See You Again” and “Party in the U.S.A.” — and I can’t bear the thought of enduring a Nicholas Sparks melodrama just to get a Miley fix. Without her Twitter, rumors this summer ran rampant, so finally the raspy voiced teen star filmed a video to set things straight and update her fans on her busy teen life.
Miley introduced fans to her new rescue dog (point 1 for Miley), joked about gaining weight on vacation (point 2 for Miley), and really did her part to come across as a normal teen girl wanting to live a normal teen life, even if that life includes an immaculately decorated, NYC studio apartment-sized shoe closet. It was great to see her acknowledge that she needed to go take a math quiz — even if she was procrastinating said math quiz to make a video. (Miley Cyrus stalling on math homework — I always knew we could be friends.) Of course, Miley proved that after her math, she could stand to brush up on her geography, with her “California is not the most beautiful city in the world” comment.
Rumors Miley debunked in the nearly 10-minute video: READ FULL STORY »
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