Frisky right wing View co-Host Elizabeth Hasselback can deal with you ripping on Laura Bush, the war in Iraq or Ann Coulter, but whatever you do don’t call her honey. When Sandra Bernhard sat in the hotseat this morning, not only did she send Hasselback into a mouth-foaming, head-spinning fury when she used the term of affection, she set off a chain reaction that sent all the other co-hosts into a screaming match that rivaled Jerry Springer. Oh yeah, it’s a good one.
Thanks to laughterkey for dropping this amusing clip from some local news team who is apparently fed up with the popularity of Jon Stewart and those cool kids over at The Daily Show, and decided to do something about it. And by “do something about it”, I mean create a video segment demonstrating Jon Stewart’s infuriating inability to properly pronounce the name of Indiana’s beloved city, “Terre Haute”.
Forget about Bush dissing the blind and Britney breaking down on TV– today D-Listed directed us to the best video of the week.
In honor of VH1′s Save The Music, the beautiful Beyonce put herself up for auction on eBay– the winner got to have dinner with the star. Well, as it turns out, the people who placed the winning bid were actually members of PETA, and used the dinner to ambush Beyonce about the use of fur in her clothing line. TMZ has the video of the entire thing.
You gotta feel sorry for Beyonce. First she got Punk’d by Ashton, and now PETA. I wonder which is worse…
Not since the untimely deaths of Biggie and Tupac has the hip-hop world been so swiftly dealt two consecutive blows as crushing as yesterday’s news that Jay-Z is boycotting Cristal Champagne (whose highfalutin executives have grown increasingly uncomfortable with rappers associating themselves with their product), and that bling baron Jacob the Jeweler, apparently dealing more than just diamonds, got busted on drug charges and might not be making any more iced-out gold ropes for a very long time. So, in less than 24 hours, two of the primarly foundations upon which the entire hip-hop empire has been built have been ripped out from under it. Without the luxurious refreshment of Cristal, or shiny diamond-encrusted golden goblets from which to drink it, what accoutrements of success can young rapper aspire towards anymore? I did a little brainstorming and came up with a list of suggested wealth-affirming baubles that might serve as acceptable replacements for the bubbly and the bling that will now be conspicuously missing between the death threats and sexual boasting in all your favorite rap songs. Take our poll and decide which of these items YOU’D like to hear about in every hip-hop track for the next 10 years!
This is the definition of “too funny.” The classic Top Gun volleyball scene re-enacted by comic book superheroes. That’s good. What makes it better is that Tom Cruise’s Maverick is played by Northstar, one of the first openly-gay comic book characters ever. Thank you, You Can Take The Boy Out Of Brooklyn for dropping this. Thank you.
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You know a joke is over when some one makes a t-shirt out of it. But it’s really over when the person who the joke’s about makes a t-shirt out of it. And it’s totally dead and buried when the word “team” is associated with the joke at all. Case in point: this picture of Brandon Davis wearing a Team Firecrotch t-shirt yesterday. Sure when he coined the term firecrotch on a video-taped Lohan rant about a month ago, it was a laugh riot and we’ll admit we even considered a few quick t-shirt ideas involving in the phrase. But some one beat us too the punch, and we’re glad he did. Because by the time this shirt was designed, silkscreened and shipped back to Davis(as per his order), he might as well have been wearing a shirt that said “I’m Rick James, Bitch.” So it looks like Brandon’s officially marked the end of the joke by wearing this shirt. Yup V-neck T’s aren’t funny anymore, they’re back to simply being unflattering. (via ONTD)
I know the season just ended, and I know that part of the fun of it is not knowing what happens, but that’s not going to stop me. Tonight, Fox begins re-running the last season of 24 to keep fans placated over the summer. It’s going to work for me.
Speaking of shows coming back for more, Celebrity DeathMatch returns tonight… for some reason. Did people actually miss it or something? Hmm, strange. Treasure Hunters starts up on Sunday, there’s a new episode of The Henry Rollins Show on Saturday, and if you have a penchant for bad TV movies, set your TIVO for Blackbeard NOW. So what are YOU watching this weekend? Vote now!
After last night’s heartbreaking interview with Britney Spears, I’ve changed my tune and now I’m rooting for the Federlines. So naturally, I was thrilled to see that Kevin’s making great strides in his career. Page Six reported today that he’s going to be the spokesman for Blue Marlin Clothing Line, a sporty designer label that customizes shirts, hats and sweatshirts with the names of different geographical locations. And even though he’s going to be raking in the dough, the ambitious Federline is not stopping there.
He also is gunning to star in an 8 mile style biopic about his life. Word is the movie would follow Kevin’s meteoric rise from a talented yet troubled ghetto hustler to spokesman for Blue Marlin Clothing Line, a sporty designer label that customizes shirts, hats and sweatshirts with the names of different geographical locations.