Glenn Close has recevied her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (with the kind of people getting stars these days, how is it POSSIBLE that this woman did not already have one?). At the ceremony, she remembered something really important: When you finally get your Hollywood star, you have to make it awesome.
I wonder if she went into a set of Jack Palance style push-ups just to show everyone she’s still got it!
This commercial for some sort of lotion for your lady parts really makes you realize how TERRIFYING it is to be a vagina (surprisingly safe for work):
Conveniently, they skipped the part I think we were all most interested in seeing.
Everybody: my emotions are feeling all mixed-martial-artsy when I tell you that yes, Friday will be my last day here at BWE.tv!!! I am leaving to go work for Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, specifically: as the Head Blogger for LateNightWithJimmyFallon.com. Anybody that knows me (or anyone who has stalked me over the years – Brad Pitt, I’m talking to you) knows that I have always wanted to work on Late Night in some way, so it feels like a dream come true (like an actual dream dream – not the weird ones I have while I’m sleeping that often involve poo). Before I pack up my cubicle for 30 Rock, however, I promise to post as many photos of Heidi Montag as possible, and will try to incorporate my Cancer Walk Photo as often as I can. Because I want to do this in the least selfish way possible. Any other requests?
On Friday, these photos came out of Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt learning the arts mixed martial with Kevin Casey (with whom Spencer is making some sort of reality show???). I gotta say, I’m impressed with physical prowess of these two – to be able to hold such intense poses for the photographer for minutes at a time, wow!
Secretaries of the world be warned: meet Saya, the world’s first robotic receptionist that isn’t creepy at all! Soon the Pam’s of the real world will become obsolete. Saya knows over 700 phrases and has several facial expressions to correspond with human emotions. Which emotion do you think she’s expressing here?
(A) The emotion one feels while watching The Hills.
(C) Deep, murderous rage
(D) All of the above
I’m going with D. All I’m saying is, if you’re going to employ Saya, better make sure that b*tch gets a lunch break, or you’ll undoubtedly find her rubbery hands around your throat, strangling you to death. (If you’re in the mood for more creepiness, check out this relatively old news clip of Saya doing some of her other facial expressions.)
In an effort to be clever, innovative, and get linked, Dentyne.com has an interesting feature: when you arrive at the page, you’re greeted by a home page that tells you you have only THREE MINUTES to peruse their website:
Awww, it’s so cute that (1) Dentyne is thinking of our well-being and has a healthy fear of technology, and that (2) Dentyne thinks ANYONE would spend more than 3 minutes on a website for a chewing gum company. Maybe I’m biased, but really, who seeks out a website for gum? I spent my three minutes on there, and basically they have 3 features: ads, something where you enter an address and see it on a map (it’s called Google Maps), and a little “face time request” form in which you can send a friend a request to hang out and have some “face time.” OTHERWISE KNOWN AS E-MAIL.
Or, it’s like trying to rub two holes together. One of my favorites, A.D. Miles (you may remember his genius series Horrible People), made this video for 236.com about gay marriage, and I’m pretty sure the people sitting around me thought this was an actual propaganda film from the 50’s. It’s THAT real. I’ve never seen a more convincing argument against gay marriage – especially the gymnastics part!
Remember: if you see two gay people trying to get married, make a lot of noise and try to make yourself look bigger. Do NOT play dead!
Editor’s note: Michelle and Sara had the opportunity to sit down with each of the cast members of the new season of The Real World. Using their signature brand of tag-team tough-question journalism that comes from minutes of experience, the ladies dug deep into the psyches of the cast members. We will be bringing you interviews with each cast member over the coming days! The Real World: Brooklyn airs on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on MTV. For constant stimulation, you can also check out RealWorldDailies.com.
Sarah is the tattoo-covered lady on the show who used to date girls, but is now with a boy. She’s simultaneously feisty and sweet – and is the self-described “mother goose” of the house.
Sarah: I’m nerrrrvous!
BWE: Donâ€™t be nervous. This is a conversation.
Sarah: I know. I donâ€™t know why I get nervous. I just do.
BWE: You should be more nervous about the show going on air.
Sarah: I know. Right?
BWE: Cause I have heard some things. And the editing on you is not kind. [Laughter.] Tell us some good dirt.
Sarah: What do you want to hear?
BWE: Where are you from?
Sarah: San Francisco. I love San Francisco.
BWE: Are you living there now?
BWE: Any plans to move here?
Sarah: No. I live with my boyfriend who Iâ€™m still withâ€¦
BWE: You made it!!
Sarah: I made it.
BWE: Wooo! Are you worried about anything on the show coming out and your family seeing it? Cringe-worthy type stuff?
Videogum and FilmDrunk posted this today, and I’d never seen it before, so I’m declaring this the best thing EVER for the next 15 minutes. This video answers the question: how did Jean Claude Van Damme get to be such a badass?
So simple, yet so brilliant. More please.