As Lindsay Lohan made clear with her character of Rapunzel on ‘Saturday Night Live‘ this weekend, the next clear edition of Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives‘ series should center around those animated Disney princesses who seem to have it all.
The 2012 Oscars was Emma Stone’s first time presenting an award and she was super excited. (We’re letting you know just in case you didn’t already get that from her bit.) You know who wasn’t revved up at all, though? Her co-presenter Ben Stiller.
The 2012 Oscars is that one night a year where no one wants to be on the worst dressed list. Despite all their efforts, however, there’s always those handful of stars that think they’re workin’ it when really Tim Gunn is rolling his eyes in the background.
Thanks to Zooey Deschanel and ‘Saturday Night Live,’ we now finally have a song worthy to be the theme for Valentine’s Day. Sure there are all those classic ballads from the ’80s and ’90s, but there’s none quite like the one Deschanel performed during her opening monologue on Saturday that truly sums up what the day of love is all about.
Whitney Houston‘s death came as a huge shock to everyone, including the folks at ‘Saturday Night Live.’ With such little time after the announcement on Saturday to pay tribute to the legendary artist, NBC was still able to set a side a moment of silence to remember Houston and all her contributions.
The music world is still reeling from the death of ‘Soul Train’ creator Don Cornelius, who died yesterday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. In particular, members of the R&B and hip hop community were moved by the passing of an icon whose TV show introduced many of them to legends like Marvin Gaye and Michael Jackson.
Meg Griffin from ‘Family Guy‘ seems almost too unreal. Scratch that, she seems almost too easy to pick on. Her dad, Peter Griffin, points this out every episode by making fun of her hat, clothes, personality… pretty much everything. Now it seems as though the girl we all love to hate might be based in reality.
Here are a couple scenarios given out by Charles Barkley. See if you can figure them out. (1) You go to a restaurant, but you can’t tell if the chicken is organic. (2) You decide to vacation at your summer home, even though you already promised your friends they could stay in one of the five guest rooms.
These are what Barkley and ‘SNL‘ call “white people problems.”
Party animals love New Year’s Eve because they get to drink themselves silly, throw glitter everywhere and dress up like babies without being thought of as creepers (in most cases, anyway). Rather than welcoming in 2012 with pictures of sloppy drunks in diapers, however, let’s instead focus on actual babies. They’re much cuter and don’t scream “Party!” every few minutes. Check out some sweet ‘Baby New Years’ below.
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