The 10 Raciest ‘Saturday Night Live’ Moments of All Time

by (@t_akino)


- Additional research by Jim Miller (@jimmiller)

Saturday Night Live is celebrating its 40th anniversary on February 15, and VH1 Classic is throwing the marathon of a lifetime. Beginning tomorrow, the network will air “SNL Rewind: 2015- 1975 Mega Marathon,” which will feature 433 hours of episodes, over the course of 19 days (Jan. 28-Feb. 15). Basically, if you’re an SNL stan, clear your schedule, because this is your wet dream come true.
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Rachel McAdams Is About to Have Her Best Damn Year Since 2005

by (@chrisrosa92)


We’re going to take you back to the age-old days of 2005. Remember those? A fresh-as-a-daisy actress named Rachel McAdams was coming off the success of two epic movies (Mean Girls and The Notebook) and headed for perhaps the most successful year of her career (Red Eye, Wedding Crashers, and The Family Stone all premiered in 2005). Until now. Read more…

Here’s What Amber Rose’s Instagram Account Can Teach Us About Being Single


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-Courtney Enlow

Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa broke up last fall, after she reportedly walked in on him with a pair of twin sisters. Since then, her Instagram photos have been making waves. Read more…

Who’s the Most Important Member of a Celebrity’s Team?

by (@TaylorFerber)

To live the life of a celebrity you need a few key things: a good makeup artist like Rihanna‘s, to cover up the effects of a bad night, a hair stylist like Jennifer Lopez‘s to give you voluminous sex hair 24/7, and a good publicist to keep all of your dirty secrets under wraps. These jobs are essential in helping you look and be your absolute best — because we’re all basically famous, thanks to Instagram — but VH1 staff members agree that some Hollywood jobs are beyond ridiculous. (We’re talking to you, Kim K.)

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You Haven’t Felt True Emotion Until Watching the ‘Full House’ Cast Sing the Show’s Theme Song

by (@TaylorFerber)


Attention anyone who lived in the late ’80s and early ’90s: your icy hearts are about to melt into a pile of love. Most of the Full House cast reunited this weekend for creator Jeff Franklin‘s birthday, and together they took us back to the good ol’ days by singing the show’s theme song. Read more…