Kevin Hart hosted 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend. Here he is in a pretty good send-up of 'The Walking Dead.' It seems as though not seeming racist is more important for the survivors then succumbing to a zombie apocalypse...
Okay, so maybe that's not the most graceful headline. But you didn't come here for grace. You came here to see that one guy from One Direction get hit in the junk with a shoe. Over and over again. You won't be disappointed. (Check out the video above.)
Since the "theme" for the 2013 Academy Awards is music in movies, it makes sense that Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson would be called upon to perform the big number from the movie that won her the prize, 'Dreamgirls.' Here she is singing a bit of 'And I'm Telling You.' This number followed a pretty jazzed-up bit by Catherine Zeta Jones in a musical medley from 'Chicago.' What do you think of Hudson's performance? Let us know in the comments.
These pictures from the Academy Awards ceremonies of days gone by show something different. People smiling genuinely. Bing Crosby is smoking a freaking pipe! We suspect Elizabeth Taylor may have drawn on her own eyebrows. Feast your eyes on these old pics for some real Oscar glamour.
You know what? Good. We want this guy to puke. He calls himself LA Beast and thinks a shirt that says "SWAG SWAG SWAG" is cool. The only reason we wouldn't want him to puke is that he has a whole YouTube channel that is just footage of him subjecting himself to "Xtreme" food challenges that ultimately result in barf, so we suspect he might actually enjoy throwing up...
There's something special about Florida. Not the Keys or the Everglades. Really it's the propensity for weird news that gets us. Strange things are always happening down there. If you're familiar with the bizarre state, @_FloridaMan on Twitter will delight you.
Will Ferrell filmed an ad for Old Milwaukee that aired during the Super Bowl last night. But you probably didn't see it. The ad only played in three places -- Sherman, Texas, Ardmore, Oklahoma, and Glendive, Montana.
Ed Koch, who was mayor of New York City from 1978 to 1989, died today from congestive heart failure. He was 88 years old. Older New York residents might remember him as the mayor whose terms were plagued by the crack and AIDS epidemics of the '80s, as well as police brutality and corruption...
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