There is no finer love in this world than good bromance. Yes, men are historically seen as having difficulty showing their affection toward their fellow guys. But when they do, it’s a wonderful thing. It’s sweet, it’s funny, it’s sometimes awkward, but it’s always heart-warming. You know, just two bros being bros, bro-ing out like the two bros that they are. Although somewhat scarce in real life, we have television to thank for some of the greatest bromances of all time!
Discovered at the age of 15, the British model turns 43 today. Over the past 28 years of her modeling career, Naomi Campbell has given us all sorts of fierce and commanding looks. But none of them top her angry faces, which have been seen on The Face (Oxygen’s modeling reality competition series) to strutting down the street to complete community service. Let’s honor the models birthday with all her angriest faces… let’s just hope she won’t throw a cell phone at us!
Heidi Klum discusses one of her parenting tips, Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger appear quite comfortable together, and the Hangover franchise prepares for the release of its third film.
Brad Pitt discloses his ban on sex scenes, Jamie-Lynn Sigler sympathizes with Kim Kardashian, and Amanda Seyfried talks up Seth MacFarlane‘s new film.
Everyone knows that the high school prom is the greatest most important day of your life! Or at least one of them. Definitely in the top 10 days…or 20. Right guys? Maybe not, but it would probably make the top 100, though. Perhaps? OK, but we can all agree that prom is definitely a day in your life. Unless you didn’t go. In which case, that’s cool too.*
Yes, it’s true: Prom is kind of lame. It’s just a fact. No matter how great the DJ, our big nights NEVER matched up to the epic spring flings we saw in the movies. Those on-screen nights filled with young romance, snazzy outfits, cool cars, great music, choreographed dancing and underdogs coming out on top set our hearts on fire and our imaginations into flight. Our Mens Warehouse tux and awkward slow-dancing to Edwin McCain just couldn’t compare. But in honor of prom season, we’ve decided to revisit some cinematic proms that were wayyyy more memorable than our own.
Everyone knows how hot the Olsens, the Hemsworths, and the Kardashians are. But what about those lesser-known superstar sisters and bros, the non-showbiz ones that fly under the radar? Time to expose their gorgeousness! Check out the fifteen sexiest (formerly anonymous) celeb siblings on the planet.
Who stole the show at last night’s Hangover 3 premiere? Is the Jersey Shore moving to the Hamptons? Plus, a complete guide to what the gang from Arrested Development has been up to since their last season in 2006.
Lindsey Vonn is acting an awful lot like a stepmother, Khloe Kardashian manages to piss off New York’s state government, and Star Trek Into Darkness wins the weekend.
This weekend’s season finale of Saturday Night Live was an especially emotional episode, one that saw beloved cast members Bill Hader and Fred Armisen bid the show a fond adieu. Hader’s big farewell sketch was, of course, the epic wedding between Stefon and Seth Meyers, while Fred Armisen was joined by a calvacade of indie rock legends—Carrie Brownstein! Steve Jones! Aimee Mann! Michael Penn! J. Mascis!—for an emotional performance as his punk rocker alter ego Ian Rubbish.
Mad Men this week was full of flashbacks, drug trips and Sally’s attitude. Don threw a phone, Peggy kissed a co-worker and we FINALLY saw BETTY! We got to see more of Don’s past when he was living in a whore house AND a thief stole 3 of Don’s watches! Let’s pour ourselves a stiff one and read the top ten moments from Mad Men together.