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I’m sure what I’m about to say will be met with national eye-rolls, but I have an uncanny ability to sense love. And for whatever reason, when Tom Arnold hugged Roseanne at the end of his roast, it’s as if all of their hate and love united for a brief moment in history, and a nuclear bomb of emotional confusion went off. In short? Those two lunatics must have really loved each other once. Only in Hollywood would the emotional insanity be put aside for the good of the joke.
I don’t have much to say about this cover, other than it has to be one of the worst I’ve seen in recent history. The folks over at New York Magazine need to have a long conversation with the responsible party. And also — the original article is flooded with an insane amount of copy that should only be reserved Paul McCartney. I’m a viewer-on-the-go. If I’m going to make a twenty minute reading stop, it’s not going to be for Kim Kardashian.
I can’t think of a better first interview after a very public breakup disaster than Jon Stewart. He avoided the mandatory awkward interrogation about Kristen Stewart’s affair by merely offering Pattinson ice cream to console him. Pattinson laughed, and confessed that he botched his prepared joke. Watch the funnny exchange below.
There’s something you should know about me before you read the rest of this post. I detest dubstep. I have no idea what it even means, but I know it sounds like shit. So you can pretty much guess that I didn’t like Muse’s new song, “The 2nd Law – Unsustainable.” You might, though — so listen below.
I really wish this song was better. Hunter Parrish is a pretty face, and he has enough fame from ‘Weeds’ to successfully launch a music career. Plus, his voice is passable. Unfortunately, the song just isn’t good. The lyrics are unbearably cheesy and the melody is boring. That being said, watch below. He’s nice to look at.
Meryl Streep seems like the type of actress I’d like to have a drink with. Watch her very funny honesty below, when Andy Cohen asks her on ‘Watch What Happens Live’ which one of her three costars she’d like to shag, marry, and kill. Who’d she kill?
“It was a month and a half of non-stop work – barely sleeping, barely doing anything but just painting. It was an epic job for me. It’s a tricky photo-realistic way of painting the patterns because they have to look right up close but have a different experience when you look at them from far away. There was a lot of back and forth.” Los Angeles street artist, El Mac, on the process of making No Doubt’s cover art for their new album. According to Billboard, the “four custom portraits were photographed and then rendered manually into paintings.”