In a determinedly holistic attempt to live their free-spirited best lives, at least 10 people reportedly tried to send out their tax returns from Coachella’s tiny unofficial post office on the first day of the festival.
Archie, the red-headed teen of comic book fame, is getting his own television show. Variety reports that teen melodrama factory CW announced that it has ordered a pilot for the television show Riverdale, a show based on Archie and his famous friends.
Bad news for Azaleans—who, despite their sci-fi-sounding moniker are Iggy Azalea superfans and not inhabitants of an alien planet on Star Trek—Azalea will not be releasing a video for her new track “Azillion.” In a series of tweets, Azalea said that Ted Cockle, the president of Virgin EMI records, doesn’t want to let…
The White Devil is alive and kicking, and today he has taken the form of a dimwitted Hungarian woman who thought it prudent to plaster herself in seven different kinds of blackface.
As a sort of advent calendar of kitsch, Pictorial will be counting down the final twelve days before Christmas by featuring some holiday presents of days gone by.
On Tuesday, NBC News reported that soggy burlap sack Donald Trump will host Saturday Night Live on November 7 with musical guest Sia.
This is an Instagram video posted by Ciara, temporarily celibate recording artist, in which she shares a snippet of her new song, “Paint It Black.” The track (which Ciara describes as “unreal”) was originally performed by The Rolling Stones (whom Ciara describes as “one of music’s Greatest Bands), and was recorded for…
We’ve been telling you this literally since 2008, but “dolphin-assisted” births are really not a good idea. Really. It almost seems like this shouldn’t need saying?
On July 20, 2012, James Holmes entered a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado and killed 12 people (70 others were injured). Immediately after, James Holmes fan sites—most of them helmed by young women—began appearing on Tumblr. At the time, many of these women proclaimed him to be innocent, but now, two years later, he…
Hannibal Buress’ new weekly Comedy Central series Why? premiered on Wednesday night and featured a bit where the host comes face to face with a trash-talking Twitter troll with the handle @NotAFannibal.
We haven’t even gotten over #TheBellyButtonChallenge yet and we already have to grapple with a new ridiculous and wholly unsubstantiated standard of beauty: The Collarbone Challenge.
Throughout history, only a few romances have really captured our imagination. Antony and Cleopatra. Victoria and Albert. Liz and Dick. B.J. Novak and Mindy Kaling.
[Long, tired sigh.] So you know how the "left shark" dancing next to Katy Perry at the halftime show became the breakout viral hit of the Super Bowl? Well, naturally, somebody decided to capitalize on the left shark's popularity. And now Katy Perry has unleashed her lawyers on him. It's come to this.
The Question: Why are men always so much hotter (temperature-wise, of course!) than women?
I don't know who Avery is, but I can't stop watching the god-awful (I am so sorry, Avery!) video for this song, which features some amazing hair and some even more amazing lyrics. "I should have broke your dick in two"? Sign me up for the mailing list. I don't want to miss a second of Avery's career.
The Question: Why do all the men on reality television shows set in tropical locations wear hideous man necklaces?
The Question: Why do some men wear boxers or briefs under their swimsuits?
If you can't watch porn unless you're being emotionally manipulated into it ("You'll never look at a coke can the same way again!") then Fapworthy is for you. A fun new site that pairs hardcore videos with irritating feel-good hooks? What could be more internet than that? And you know what? It's all your fault.
This is everything that is wrong with everything.
Welcome back to Jezebel's Advent Calendar of Crap, an accounting of the pop cultural travesties barreling down the track towards us. Yesterday, we discussed the sadly inevitable Fifty Shades of Grey movie. Today's edition: NBC's insultingly unnecessary live production of The Sound of Music.