After spotting a link for a new T-Pain music video for his song “Laugh n Dab,” I was ready to watch him, you know, laughing and dabbing. So I’m bopping along to this catchy song about haters, thinking, Aw, T-Pain why don’t more people appreciate you...when, wait... WHAT.
Ryan Murphy has another anthology series in the works at FX. It’s called Feud, and it’s about feuds, and the first season will be dedicated to the feud between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, who will be played by Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange, respectively.
Festival wristbands are those circular rubbery bands designed to be worn around the wrist during a festival to get entry and for things like access to restricted areas. Don’t wear them before the festival starts. Trust us!
We all know President Barack Obama is good with kids, but my god, is this man is trying to kill me with his unmatched adorableness when interacting with our nation’s youth?
Lupita Nyong’o’s literal high-art hairdo at this year’s Met Gala inspired Vogue to write a post comparing her to Audrey Hepburn, under the headline: “Is Lupita Nyong’o the New Audrey Hepburn?” The answer to that question might shock you...
Maybe releasing “Dammn Baby” as her latest single was a cute nod to the fact that she cancelled her world tour in order to have a kid or two, but its existence in this video is purely motivated by the fundamentals, the driving force that Janet Jackson is the greatest of all time. Which is to say, she doesn’t need…
There’s a new fad on the Korean internet, and indeed, with this development, the Internet has perhaps reached its purest, truest use: watching stray cats eat.
“Wife and I watch a few episodes of Catastrophe,” a recent subject of New York magazine’s endlessly addictive Sex Diaries series wrote last week. “‘So us!’ we say, like every other overworked, undersexed Amazon subscriber of the land,” he continued.
As the “Empire State of Mind” beat filled the packed CenturyLink Arena in Omaha, the chorus slid in: “At Berkshire, financial strength is what dreams are made of, there’s nothing you can’t dooooo….” The white, middle-aged crowd of investors jammed. Is this is the humble setting from which champions arise?
President Barack Obama fulfilled his promise to 8-year-old activist, Mari Copeny (a.k.a Little Miss Flint) by visiting Flint on Wednesday and their encounter—captured by White House photographer Pete Souza—will leave wishing that U.S. presidents could legally serve a third term:
If socialites can be relied upon for one thing in this day and age, it’s their willingness to wear a wild custom hat to an invite-only daytime event. And God bless them for it.
In February 2015, Indiana’s House unanimously passed approving baby boxes, climate-controlled boxes that function a bit like incubators where unwanted newborns can be safely left. The proposal passed earlier this year, and, late last month, baby boxes began to be installed throughout the state.
In an interview with The Guardian, Seth Rogen talked about his recent realization that some jokes in his films, including Superbad—and, now that you mention it, yes, even his recent movies—are “blatantly homophobic.”
While I have been witness to many things at Beyoncé concerts through the years—screaming, fainting, making out, people too tipsy from drink, too tipsy from smoke, too tipsy from the emotional magnitude of seeing their Queen Bey in her natural and unfiltered life form—I can honestly say I have never before seen anyone…
We have seen our fair share of bad takes this election cycle—we’ve seen the personal essay (ie. “Why the Feminist Vote Is a Vote for Jeb”), the unexpected turn (ie. “You Might Think Hillary Is a Woman—Here’s Why She Isn’t”), the outrage-bait garbage (ie. “A Liberal Case for Donald Trump”) (that one’s real).
Deep within the extremely regular bowels of the vegan internet, there is an Australian YouTube personality by the name of Freelee the Banana Girl. Freelee eats 51 bananas a day, and she does not fuck around. Freelee is causing so much drama, you would not even believe!
It took some time to do it properly, but Law and Order: SVU finally made a ripped-from-the-headlines episode that referred to the persistent sexual abuse allegations against fashion photographer and creative facial hair-haver Terry Richardson. It even featured a chipper assistant photographing the incident, as several…
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