In today’s Tweet Beat, Neil deGrasse Tyson loves the Earth, Ice T is fiscally responsibly and Cher had a great night.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Sharon Osbourne posts a copycat, Sarah Hyland’s brow game is strong, (although I think she used a little pencil) and Neil deGrasse Tyson is high on life.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Cara Delevingne and turn things into gold, Josh Groban celebrates a fake holiday and Neil deGrasse Tyson swerves out of his lane.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Coco is a mom, Neil deGrasse Tyson makes too much sense and Kim Kardashian leads an exciting life.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Neil deGrasse Tyson knows too much, Denzel Washington really is directing an episode of Grey’s Anatomy and Jenny McCarthy is maybe a home invader.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Ciara and Russell Wilson always look so damn happy, Vanessa Williams shoots for The Good Wife and once again, Neil deGrasse Tyson makes a great point.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Zendaya struggles, Neil deGrasse Tyson is truly brilliant and Aaron Paul feels passionately about shark fins.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Neil deGrasse Tyson is perfect, Kate Upton has an excellent film idea and Zayn Malik has a new boo.
If there are any “90s kids” out there still waiting around for somebody to explain sex because they can only communicate via pop cultural touchstones from our childhoods, you’re in luck, because here’s Bill Nye on sex. Yup! Yup.
Neil deGrasse Tyson, the nerd we’d all like to be one day, continues his uncontested run as the best human being on earth. At a recent talk, an 8-year-old girl named Lois asked him whether she could be an astrophysicist even though she had dyslexia and Tyson dropped some inspirational knowledge about success and…
In today's Tweet Beat, Neil deGrasse Tyson makes too much damn sense, Coco Rocha rubs it in your face and Ansel Elgort was, for some reason, given free rein of a Chipotle.
In today's Tweet Beat, Coco Rocha adorably breaks the rules, Neil deGrasse Tyson angers psychics everywhere and being in the cast of Scandal seems like a lot of fun.
In today's Tweet Beat, if I used emojis, I would wholeheartedly agree with Julia Stiles, Alyssa Milano is breastfeeding and Neil deGrasse Tyson continues to be the coolest.
It would seem the National Review looked up and realized that suddenly, its stockpile of liberal stereotypes were out of date. The old standbys like "latte-swilling limousine liberals" "hairy-legged radical feminists" and "effete Ivory Tower collectivists" just don't have the same punch. Meet the statistics-spewing,…
As seen on Reddit. Next month: White hot stars for every body type and the 168 best black holes in the universe!
Sure as daffodils in the springtime or Kilimanjaro rising like Olympus above the Serengeti, Creationists are currently upset with Cosmos — Neil deGrasse Tyson's science series* that's currently airing on Fox — for not giving any airtime to creationist theory.