There’s no doubt we all like to let our freak flag fly on occasion. Sometimes it’s from a sugar rush, sometimes it’s from lack of sleep, and sometimes its from being born with a genetic piece of pure nuttiness (myself included). Fortunately, celebrities are just like us and have moments of extreme weirdness. Yeah, I’m talking photobombing. Whether they’re at the Emmy Awards or the Grammys, nothing will stop a determined celeb from committing the ultimate prank: jumping in on someone else’s serious photo op!
Russell Crowe wants a certain person to see his next film, Amanda Bynes won’t see the inside of a jail cell, and Godzilla graces a magazine cover.
Tonight, The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip Hop premieres at 11 PM ET on VH1! As part of the conversation surrounding the four-part television event, we hooked up with some of the most influential personalities in media to find out how hip hop impacts their lives, both personally and professional. We’ve already heard from Joe La Puma of Complex Media and Rafi D’Angelo of SoLetsTalkAbout.com; now we’re checking in with Miss Info, one of the best-known voices of NYC’s premier hip hop station, Hot 97.
We’ve come to terms with the fact that most romances in Hollywood don’t end happily ever after, but Paula Patton and Robin Thicke‘s adorable PDA-filled marriage seemed built to last. After all, they met and fell in love when they were only teenagers and have been married since 2005. She’s a gorgeous movie star and he’s a successful R&B singer. They just seemed to fit! However, it was announced today that the pair is splitting up.
Harold Ramis passed away today at the age of 69. The actor, director and writer had an immeasurable impact on modern comedy, but he was perhaps best known to audiences as Dr. Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters. In addition to being a well-known comedian, Ramis influenced comedy behind-the-scenes. He was the director of now legendary comedies like Caddyshack and Groundhog Day and wrote the scripts for films such as Ghostbusters and Meatballs. Contemporary comedy heavyweights such as Judd Apatow have cited him as a major comedy influence and Ramis even appeared in a cameo as Seth Rogen‘s father in Knocked Up.
Since filing for divorce from Lamar Odom, Khloe Kardashian hasn’t shied away from the spotlight. She’s been cheering sister Kendall Jenner on at New York Fashion Week, promoting a new season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and recently, she was spotted dancing all up on Game. Has she already moved on?
Hey! What’s shaking? Were you too preoccupied watching Kit Harington‘s abs gyrate in Pompeii this weekend to catch an all-new episode of Best Week Ever? Well ,aren’t you lucky that we aren’t going to hold it against you? We’ve got the whole episode right here and right now for your viewing pleasure. Find out what happens when you call Love & Hip Hop‘s Cyn + Erica‘s sexy hotline! Discover what’s new in the world of Kanye West! And cuddle up to some cute Winter Olympic champions! It’s all here! It’s all in this episode of Best Week Ever!!!
Oh, and don’t forget to tune in for an all-new episode of Best Week Ever this Friday, February 28 at 10/9 C! SET YOUR DVR!
The 2014 Oscars are right around the corner, and we couldn’t be more excited. Our favorite part? Those glistening gold statuettes that signify talent, conviction and most importantly – winning. Oh, you little Oscar, you! In celebration of this pretty lil’ shiny figurine named O-S-C-A-R, we’re looking back at our favorite Oscars in popular culture. Whether it was Sesame Street’s Oscar the Grouch who tickled your funny bone, or Oscar Martinez from The Office – there’s an Oscar for everyone out there. So come on and sift through our collection of hilarious, accomplished and sometimes downright silly Oscars. You don’t want to miss this one. It’s Oscarrific.