Guess where the top three cheeses at the 19th Biennial U.S. Championship Cheese Contest were from?
From The People v. O.J. Simpson to Baskets (?) and The Night Manager, this year’s Emmys once again made us shamefully aware of the shitload of TV we consume—except for all the shows we’re not watching that everyone else seems to know about. Here are the top winners from tonight’s show. Full list here.
DJ Arch Jnr is a baby DJ that is quite unlike the “baby” “DJs” who holler at you in bars, because he is actually a baby and also a DJ. He’s so good at being both these things—at age three, he’s already been DJing for one full year—that he just emerged victorious as the grand-prize winner of South Africa’s Got Talent.
You know what never gets old? People completely losing their shit after winning huge sums of money on game shows. The latest addition to the genre is this middle school teacher, who's just the third person to take home Wheel of Fortune's million-dollar bonus prize.
Holy canoli people. Last night Serena Williams won the US Open for the third time in a row. It's her sixth overall win, her 18th Grand slam title (surpassing Roger Federer), and she's about to get a record amount of prize money for tennis athletes—to the tune of $4 million.
That's it for last night's VMAs. Aside from a some good butt-shoulder bumping and a whole lot of Beyoncé and family, the show was fairly safe and (dare I say?) a little boring.
We sort of laughed and maybe cried, but we definitely watched until far past our bedtimes. These are the guys who are having a really good night and just getting started.
The Seattle I grew up in is not the type of city that wins Super Bowls. I mean that literally (it has never happened before), but also figuratively. Our last great success, grunge, was essentially the monetization of marginalization, of being a miserable white loser. Microsoft is a bunch of nerds proving their worth…
That's it; the jokes are over and the nominees and presenters are all drunk and committing to projects they will regret in the morning. Here's the full round-up of all of tonight's winners. Congratulations, wealthy Hollywood stars!
It's true; Jacki Munzel is a badass! Because at 50, anyone who is trying to make the Olympics, and doing pretty damn well at it, is a badass. That's just scientific fact.
We did it; we made it through the show! Here's the people who got to take home a chocolate statuette AND the real deal.
Well, the biggest night in Hollywood has come to an end. It was a fun if not terribly surprise-packed evening. Octavia Spencer continued to charm us all, J. Lo's nipple came close to stealing the show, and Billy Crystal's face even moved in genuine emotion a few times. So in a sense, we were all winners tonight. Now,…
Awards season is in full swing, and tonight the Screen Actors Guild Awards were held. This year's SAG broadcast had some definite highlights—Tina Fey stole Steve Buscemi's wine; Viola Davis gave not one but two moving acceptance speeches; and Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, and Maya Rudolph introduced the world to a…
Kathy Scruggs of Lithonia, Georgia had been out of work for several months when she meandered into a Decatur Shell Food Mart to purchase a MegaMillions ticket. The clerk mistakenly handed her a Power Ball ticket, and with that ticket, Scruggs won the lottery's $25 million jackpot.
It's always nice to win something, but do Golden Globe wins necessarily translate into Oscar nods? We've compared the Oscar nominations to the results of "lesser" awards shows to see how they really stack up.