In today’s Tweet Beat, Jenny Slate looks for answers, Jourdan Dunn makes quite the discovery and Issa Rae makes the total wrong decision.
When I was a child, my dream in life (after becoming a ballerina and/or a pastry chef) was to be a Gap model. It was my favorite store in the world. I owned two zip-up polar fleeces of identical design in different colors. Back to School shopping was paradise. So it deeply saddens me to state now what has become…
Jenny Slate, star of last year's pitch-perfect abortion comedy Obvious Child, won the Best Actress in Comedy Award at last night's Critic's Choice Awards.
This one doesn't need much wind-up from me: it's Jenny Slate singing a tiny snatch of Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide" in her Marcel the Shell voice. It's beautiful. It's an instant classic. Please consider this my official request for an album of Marcel the Shell covering the pop hits of yesterday and today.
Comedian/actress/writer Jenny Slate was on Sara Schaefer's podcast Lies to promote her new book and the two women really dug into some gritty and important issues — you know, pressing topics like how Slate likes that young dong and what an aspiring male comic can do to get ahead in this girl's club that we call comedy.
Marcel the Shell, the much beloved creation of husband-wife duo Dean Fleischer-Camp and Jenny Slate, is back with a brand new video full of exciting Marcel intel (did you know that shrimp are the idiots of the sea?), singing and allergy-induced sneezes.
In today's Tweet Beat, Iggy Azalea doesn't have a sex tape thank you very much, Crystal Hefner advises women not to drive pink cars and Jenny Slate miiiiight be a psycho.
In today's Tweet Beat, Britney Spears loved Katy Perry's tribute to her infamous denim evening wear look, Jenny Slate has an editorial suggestion for Shape and Idris Elba is still sexy.
In today's Tweet Beat, Coco Rocha is as chill as it gets, Frankie Muniz is a huge fan of The Hills and Jenny Slate is the picture of English decorum.
We all know the story: Girl goes to an Ivy League college. Girl meets marijuana. Girl and marijuana fall in love. Girl smokes so much marijuana that she forgets the difference between astrology and astronomy, enrolls in an astronomy class and — still stoned — embarrasses herself in front of the entire lecture hall.…
Since its limited release last weekend, Obvious Child has been getting rave reviews for its humorous, sweet and genuine depiction of the female experience — particularly when it comes to the thoughts and feelings that go into choosing to have an abortion. And now, in a very special Jezebel exclusive, we're getting a…
In today's Tweet Beat, Spencer Pratt is a realist/pessimist, Megan Amram gives Jezebel a new nickname and Jenny Slate reminisces about some romantic times.
Here's the trailer for Obvious Child, the soon-to-be-released romantic comedy about a comedian named Donna (Jenny Slate) who, following a bad breakup, goes home with a guy who she meets at a bar and gets pregnant. Unlike with most comedies of that ilk, however, Donna decides to get an abortion.
In today's Tweet Beat, Jenny Slate is worried about Kathie Lee Gifford, Mara Wilson sends Neko Case some love and Julia Louis-Dreyfus channels her inner Vice President Selina Meyer.
In today's Tweet Beat, Cara Delevingne is a little unhappy with all the photos out there of her love for Michelle Rodriguez, Jenny Slate and Bethenny Frankel are suffering from different PMS symptoms and Lorde knows what her skin really looks like.
Although Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Justin Theroux, Jennifer Aniston, Chandler Bing and that duck called a truce at some point, as Brangelina's and Jenreaux's (?) marriages draw nearer, threatening to even land sort of around the same time, some obvious problems become apparent.While little choreographed…
The Kroll Show — comedian Nick Kroll's new sketch show for Comedy Central — hasn't even premiered yet and it's already one of the funniest things on TV thanks to "PubLIZity," a(n ideally reoccurring) sketch featuring two PR girls named Liz (played by Kroll and Jezebel favorite Jenny Slate) who are just two amazing…
Many of the Looney Tunes may be just a touch too violent and racist for any more big screen forays in the 21st century, but Warner Bros. really, really wants to make a profitable Looney Tunes movie after Looney Tunes: Back in Action floundered under the weight of Brendan Fraser's decaying career. To the end, the…