Nerve.com has a list of the 40 Best Celebrity Rumors Ever. While we normally try to steer away from lists that proclaim things to be the “best ever” (or “awesomely bad,” for that matter), we have to hand it to these guys; they hit the nail on the head.
The golden age of celebrity rumors may be coming to an end. As Britney Spears spreads her legs to the world and Nicole Richie gets arrested driving north in the southbound lane, truth may at last have outstripped semi-fiction. Today’s celebrities have so little left to hide. But fear not, scandal-mongers! The past remains a bottomless well of salacity.
Check out the entire list here. Warning: learning that some of these stories are rumors (and not actually real) may upset you a bit. Especially the Richard Gere one. Damnit.
Itâ€™s Best Night Ever for Wednesday, December 13th! Shea is here to walk you through the best of Wednesday night tv, including: Show Me the Money featuring gilded dancers, Top Chef, Next Top Model: British Invasion, and the winner of the Biggest Loser.
You know, when we hear the name “McDonald’s”, the first word that usually pops into our minds is: Couture. Which is why this video of Project Runway winner/McDonald’s enthusiast Jay McCarroll showing off a dress he made from McDonald’s gift cards (modeled on the World’s Cockiest Milkshaker Kelis) makes complete sense to us. Yeah…. complete. sense. But seriously, if you know what the hell is going on in this vid, let us in on the secret in the comments section. All we have to say is, we hope Jeffrey Sebelia doesn’t go down this road.
For today’s journey into the annals of the daytime television that goes unwatched while you’re working, we return to the surrealist landscapes of the Maury Povich program, today’s show
shamelessly exploiting bringing to light the growing problem of obesity among America’s youth. Stare deeply into this garish carnival of insanity as two loud women scream at one another about the frightening eating habits of the little girl seen stuffing her face backstage on the screen behind them, while Maury looks on like some sort of deranged modern-day PT Barnum.
There are 52 best weeks in a year, which makes for one hell of a Best Year Ever. Ladies and gentlemen, start your TiVo’s.
This year’s office holiday party theme? “SACRIFICE THE NEW GUY”.
Leave your caption in the comments. And find out the backstory over at BWE favorite Paul Scheer’s blog.
Our friends over at Jib Jab have just released another one of their funny “four hundred pop culture references packed into a single song” videos, this one reviewing the insanity that we called this past year. It’s sort of like BWE.tv put to music!