In honor of the VMA’s tonight, Cracked put together a list of the 5 Most Absurd Moments in VMA history. I’m not sure why narrowed it down to five– the list could be much, much longer– but they pretty much hit the nail on the head. Especially with their inclusion of R. Kelly’s epic, unforgettable performance of “Trapped In The Closet” (below). If you’ve never seen it, be warned: you’ll never, ever, ever be the same again.
So what was your favorite VMA moment?
Jessica (thankfully) still doesn’t have a voice, which means this photoshop contest (thankfully) still isn’t over. Call it a win-win.
Since we’ve gotten so many great submissions, we’re going to give away a prize to our favorite one at the end of the day. So email your photoshops now to email@example.com; the winner gets an original F*ck Stereogum T-shirt.
So click below to get the picture to work with and check out some of the best ones we’ve gotten so far. Good luck!
Look, I really don’t see what the big deal is here. So John Travolta is boarding his private jet while planting a strong, powerful man-kiss onto the mouth of some dude with a desperate passion known only to wives whose husbands have been away at war for six or seven years. Form your own conclusions, but this is the 90′s, you know – things are different now. Also, he’s a Scientologist.
One question, though – in the highly unlikely circumstance that John Travolta were to be gay, would he be considered a bear?
(pic via ONTD)
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Everybody’s giving CNN’s Kyra Phillips a hard time for leaving her mic on during Bush’s speech yesterday. But lest we forget, this has happened once before.
That was straight from the files of Police Squad, naturally. Naturally.
Take a look at today’s round of celebrity math. Which celebrity mugshot does the following equation equal?
(Mugshot courtesy of TMZ) (We would also like to add that “The Square Root of Nolte” would make for a great band name.)
When sudden Webgod Stephen Colbert threw down his “Green Screen Challenge”, encouraging viewers to manipulute footage of him pantomiming the famed “Star Wars Kid” viral video, I wonder if he thought he’d get anything as creative as the submission below, which we found over at TV Squad.