Santigold’s latest single, “Can’t Get Enough of Myself,” is a fun spoof on “America’s vanity epidemic,” as the Santigold Times reported in her selfie-interactive video. “All I wanna do is bottle it to sell,” she sings, “‘Cause my brand does vainglorious much better for your health.”
Before he was the Hulk, before he was Laura Linney’s fucked-up brother in You Can Count on Me, before he cared about fracking, Mark Ruffalo was just another handsome youth hustling for parts in acne commercials.
Channing Tatum made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to promote his upcoming film, The Hateful Eight, as well as kick Fallon’s ass during a game of Egg Russian Roulette. I presumed this game involved some sort of Cool Hand Luke-inspired, egg-eating marathon, but it actually consists of each…
I have been blogging long enough to recognize the dangers of lionizing a celebrity for their friendly-seeming public persona. The rise and fall of Jennifer Lawrence, the rise and fall and rise and fall again of Taylor Swift—all lessons in the way we put too much pressure on a person to live up to our expectations and…
St. Vincent appeared on The Tonight Show last night to perform her new single “Teenage Talk”—which debuted during the credits of Girls back in March—with the help of a group of female teen backup dancers.
Helen Mirren went on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon Monday night to promote her Broadway play, The Audience.
Here is a video of Jimmy Fallon singing "Barbara Ann" with five different (creepy) waxwork copies of himself borrowed from Madame Tussauds. It's unnerving as hell but also Jimmy Fallon WOULD sing "Barbara Ann" with five different waxwork copies of himself if they suddenly sprang to life in his dressing room. That…
Mitt Romney becomes pretty likable once there's no chance of him becoming President of the United States. The not presidential candidate played a good sport on Wednesday night's edition of The Tonight Show in a skit with Jimmy Fallon.
On Monday, Jimmy Fallon sat down at his Tonight Show desk and delivered a breathless recap of Sunday's SNL 40 festivities. You've never heard so many names dropped in a single nine-minute interval, but it's entertaining nonetheless. Sample line: "Dave Chappelle goes, 'Come here for a second.' And he goes: 'Dude,…
Gwyneth Paltrow, who probably karaokes with Beyoncé all the time since they're best friends, performed a few rap songs in the style of Broadway musicals, during a Wednesday night appearance on The Tonight Show.
Last night, Jimmy Fallon subjected Black Hat star Chris Hemsworth to his usual Tonight Show shenanigans. Specifically, he hosed him down with a super soaker while Hemsworth did a sexy little dance. Now that's just lurid.
On Tuesday night, Jerry Seinfeld performed a generally amusing stand-up act on The Tonight Show wherein he mostly complained about the useless crap people own.
Brian Williams, is there anything you can do that we don't love?
Gather round, Internet as Reese Witherspoon teaches us how to up-talk while questionably singing Christmas carols. Because Christmas, that's why.
Even Prince has to eat. After receiving an invite to one of his parties, Gabrielle Union thought it'd be polite to offer him a … tuna casserole? Hey, it's healthier than those post-basketball pancakes Charlie Murphy talked about ...
Pictionary is one of those games I have just never been all that into. It's sort of like dating a really handsome guy who all your friends think is wonderful but you find boring as shit. But Pictionary with Miranda Sings, Jerry Seinfeld and Martin Short? That might make me come around.
Thursday night on The Tonight Show, New York bachata king Romeo Santos performed giant love jam "Eres Mía" with his full band and showed why he is quickly becoming America's sweetheart.
Once again, Jimmy Fallon has enlisted a celeb in a rousing game of Box of Lies. This time, his guest was the very hunky Channing Tatum, whose poker face (much like his regular face) is quite pleasant to gaze upon. Watch him lie to Fallon about a jello mold the color of swamp water containing a Chewbacca figurine,…
It's a good thing Drew Barrymore can act and Jimmy Fallon can do whatever he does (make viral videos? laugh at his own jokes?) because these two would never ever make it in the cutthroat world of department store perfume sales.