When “The Official Donald Trump Jam” dropped yesterday, roughly 97% of its listeners were certain they wouldn’t hear a song as offensive to the very concept of music for at least a week. Unfortunately for us all, there’s always a bigger fish. In this instance, it’s a monster of a deep sea fish—you know, the hideous…
In September, a relatively unknown comedian named Nicole Arbour gained notoriety after uploading a controversial fat-shaming video titled, “Dear Fat People,” in which she went on a six-minute rant against obesity. “Fat-shaming is not a thing,” Arbour said in the video. “Fat people made that up. It’s like the race…
If you’ve ever thought to yourself, “Hmm, I wonder Kevin McCallister from Home Alone would have been like as an adult?”, a new web series, which stars Macaulay Culkin himself, may give you an idea. Spoiler alert: he’s kind of deranged. In the debut episode of :DRYVRS, Culkin plays the driver of a rideshare company…
Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO and corporate greed mascot Martin Shkreli is a busy guy. Earlier today he was arrested for securities fraud. But before the 32-year-old CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals got fingered by the long arm of the law, he kept up a busy livestreaming schedule on YouTube.
Please enjoy this very relaxing video of an experienced pediatrician chilling out a series of crying babies.
When reformed Instagram “influencer” Essena O’Neill tearfully turned her back on social media this week for being “fake,” her *former* friends, YouTube celebrities Nina and Randa, put up their own video to prove that actually Essena is fake, hello! Teens, am I right? Wrong: guess how old Nina and Randa are?
Never forget that every non-felon in this great country has the right to vote, including the people who comment on YouTube videos.
On October 24, 2015, Finley Jay Lanning entered the world at 9 lbs, 0 oz. He was born into the loving arms of his parents and the hearts of his fans—people who knew his name and were waiting for him.
In our digital age, there are increasingly more ways for young women to become famous. Perhaps the fastest growing exposure industry is YouTube, where content creators in their early twenties cosplay “high school life” for a legion of pre-teen viewers. “I hope your message is that this is fucked up,” a mom of a…
Roman Atwood is a popular YouTube personality famous for pulling pranks. His girlfriend, a repeated victim of Atwood’s hoaxes, was tricked again when he pretended their three-year-old son was killed in a fiery explosion. Is it really necessary?
Andy George, 28, spent $1,500 and six months making a chicken sandwich totally from scratch as part of his YouTube series How To Make Everything. The video has thus far gotten over 1.2 million views and the stunt, as stunts go, is boring.
As everyone knows, the annual Video Music Awards (which aired Sunday night on MTV) is a veritable who’s who of the red carpet—mostly because you’re literally asking yourself WHO? every time someone new walks on stage.
Recently a friend threw down this gauntlet in a Facebook makeup group: Just a general PSA, my mega-babe aunt who you won’t believe is 60 has a YouTube tutorial channel that I like for skincare advice. Her name is “Melissa55.” She is a mother of two, grandmother to seven, and is, in fact, a mega-babe.
A married pair of YouTubers went massively viral with a video in which the husband surprised his wife with her own positive pregnancy test.
In an age where elaborately-staged marriage proposals and tearjerking pregnancy reveals are YouTube commonplace, self-proclaimed vloggers must now go to extreme lengths to achieve maximum virality when announcing their most personal family moments online. One man brought this terrifying reality into stark relief…
In 1963, Judy Garland found herself in dire financial straits. Deeply in debt with the IRS and having recently taken a loss financing A Star Is Born, the performer agreed—quite reluctantly—to partner with CBS for The Judy Garland Show, a primetime variety hour featuring guests, songs, and sketches, for which she’d…
Trevor Noah took a ride with Jerry Seinfeld for the latter’s web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and talked about how he reacted to landing his new gig hosting The Daily Show. He also awkwardly schooled Seinfeld about racism in South Africa.
Science brought us some good news last week: you may be able to recast your procrastination on YouTube as a form of digital pet therapy. A new study, published in Computers in Human Behavior, suggests that watching cat videos on the internet might actually be good for you.
Barbie is a video blogger.
Please enjoy this video, which depicts celebrity chef Nigella Lawson whipping up some yummy “Heinz Hoops” pasta with ketchup, anchovies and a whole, unpeeled lemon. You see, “the flavors are so complex that it’s very rewarding to eat.” Mmm, mmm, good!