The Daily News reports today that Kirsten Dunst and SNL’s Andy Samberg may be making sweet, mock-rap music together. According to gossip-monger Ben Widdicombe,"Celeb spotters saw the two Monday at Los Angeles’ Hotel Cafe… "They were hugging and cuddling during the show," says a witness."
It’s hard to gage how accurate this info is, based on the fact that Widdicombe refers to Samberg as Adam not Andy. But if it is true, Samberg will have large cuts of beef to squash with Lazy Sunday co-conspirator Chris Parnell–who, according this old-school SNL video, both rapped humorously and professed undying love for Kirsten Dunst, years before Samberg ever bit on the teat of Lorne Michaels.
Something horrible has happened to our beloved pro-life Britney Statue. Click below to take a look. Honestly… I did not see this one coming.
Enjoy it while you can, because this may be one of the last Daily Danzas ever. Yes, last week Tony mentioned in his opening monologue that ABC’s network execs had a meeting about the future of the show and "it didn’t go well." But take heed, there’s still hope yet. Sign the Save Tony Danza petition and make your voice heard. And if you need some inspiration before you sign, listen to BWE’s original song, Don’t Cancel Tony (music and lyrics by Jason Hartley). Together we can make a difference.
It doesn’t matter if they don’t work, if they’re overpriced or if they smell like teenager, these cars are one of kind. Right now, Ebay is having a sale on not one but two broken down cars once owned by the stars of Laguna Beach! For just $11,000 you can own a 1994 white Jeep that you saw practically explode in smoke on the show, courtesy of teen sensation Kristin Cavellari. While it still may be ‘dunzo’, it’s now equipped with a bikini rack and video game console–perfect for any Laguna Beach teen who has lots of bathing suits and no where to go.
And if you’ve got a little more cash to spare, consider LB superstar Lo’s Volkswagon Jetta. At just $15,000, this white car comes with leather interior and a backseat that holds secrets that only the cast of Laguna Beach and their camera crew know.
Tell your daddy you want both cars or better yet tell him he doesn’t love you ever since he divorced your mommy and you may be the first person on your block to "own a piece of TV history."
This is a mashup of the awesome talent-show scene from Revenge of the Nerds and "Mo Money Mo Problems." I’ll take any excuse I can to celebrate that movie.
Something big happened this weekend. Something huge. Something shocking. No, I’m not talking about George Mason pulling off a big upset in the NCAA tournament and advancing to the Final 4. Hardly. No, I’m talking about something even more unlikely–
Kevin Federline had a job.
Yes, you read that correctly. This weekend, K-Fed wore the pants in the family and played the role of breadwinner by appearing at Vision nightclub in Atlanta. At 11 p.m. he was placed on display in the "V.I.P. circle" so onlookers who paid $1,500 for a table could… well, look at him, I guess.
Sure, standing "on display" doesn’t sound like "hard work" to us, but c’mon– we’re talking Mr. Britney Spears here. It’s a step in the right direction. Maybe someday he’ll do something that’s actually considered laborous, but in the meantime, let’s take what we can get.
Check out more pictures from Kevin’s big night on the job by clicking below.
If you’ve suffered any of the following tragedies, ABC would love to exploit your loss in exchange for TV Ratings:
- Lost a child to drunk driving
- Mom or Dad diagnosed with skin cancer
- Hate crime victim
- Child with Muscular Dystrophy
Just think – this really good-looking host/wannabe actor will show up to your home and your anguish and woe will be captured forever by a camera team, then broadcast into the homes of millions of bored couch potatoes in order that they might feel heartened that they too haven’t been afflicted with the myriad problems that you have!
Is that EXTREME enough for you!?!
Just when you thought every simple idea for a television show has already been taken– thanks, FOX– a bunch of drunk college kids have stepped up and taken it to the next level.
This is Scare Me, a show based on the simple premise that scaring people is funny. You know what– it actually is.
Watch it now. It’s like Punk’d meets Jackass meets your drunk idiot friends in college who don’t care about what other people think of them. Seriously, if this doesn’t secure these kids a network deal soon I’ll be shocked. Or scared. One of the two.