QUOTE: "I didn’t even know my bra size until I made a movie." – Angelina Jolie (3am)
OSCAR NOMINEE PARODY: Conversations I’ve Had During A Normal Day In Los Angeles, Modified To Include The Shocking Depiction Of Racism Found In Paul Haggis’ 2004 Film Crash. (McSweeney’s)
BIGGEST CRASH THAT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE OSCARS: Lindsay Kildow’s (NBC)
THE ‘TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE’ AWARD FOR A STUPID HEADLINE: Jaws Creator Loved Sharks, Wife Reveals (Times Online)
EMBARRASSING VAN HALEN NEWS: Van Halen Headed to Next Season of ‘Rock Star’? (TMZ)
VIDEO OF KATIE HOLMES GETTING THE WOOL PULLED OVER HER EYES BY SOMEBODY OTHER THAN TOM CRUISE: Katie Holmes Punk’d Video (Smit Happens)
I’m not sure why, but I’m pretty sure this is my favorite video on the internet. I really hope "Only in Kenya" becomes the next "Crazy Frog." Watch it now!
After watching the video for about 4 minutes I thought, "I hope this never ends." Then, at about the 12 minute mark I thought, "Okay, nevermind." But still.
What’s your favorite part? Is it the adorable dancing lion? Is it the random calling out of Norway? Is it the song? Or is it the slogan "Kenya Believe It?"
I don’t know what mine is, but I do know one thing: I want to go to Kenya. Because they have lions and tigers.
After finally digging ourselves out of the snow, we bring you today’s belated – but still totally best – BEST NIGHT EVER!
Here’s something from the AP:
Britney Spears, a Louisiana native, will celebrate Mardi Gras in New
Orleans…: ”I am honored to be a part of the Mardi
Gras celebration in New Orleans this year,” Spears said in a statement
Monday. ”It is so important for this amazing city to continue its
annual traditions and I am really looking forward to being involved.”
week, photos were published of Spears driving with her 4-month-old son,
Sean Preston, sitting on her lap instead of being strapped to a car
seat in the back seat…. On Monday, Transportation
Secretary Norman Mineta chided Spears as ”irresponsible” for driving
with her baby son on her lap and announced a new initiative to improve
child car seat safety.
Meanwhile, the Vice President of the United States shot someone in the face.
I was wondering when the first Dick Cheney / Duck Hunt video would get posted on the internet. It didn’t take long at all.
Now, by no means is this overly entertaining. Unless of course you happen to be a big Aerosmith fan or a big fan of watching somebody repeatedly getting their head shot off. If either of those two things sound appealing, click here.
If not, don’t click. Instead, just feel good about the fact that Dick Cheney shooting a man in the face is probably the least evil thing he’s done all week.
If you didn’t get enough Grey’s Anatomy after last night’s episode, check out the blog maintained by the show’s writers. The talented staff, responsible for making hospitals combine elements of a college dormitory and the last twenty minutes of Die Hard, have created a site where they can justify their writing. In today’s post, show creator ‘Shonda’ explains:
"Iâ€™ve heard a lot of talk about Meredith being whiny but the truth is, sheâ€™s got a mom with Alzheimerâ€™s, no other family to speak of, and the man she loves is married.Sheâ€™s pretty freaking lonely, people. Sheâ€™s got a right to get her whine on."
Is this really about Meredith?
Okay, you might not know who Leo Sayer is, but you know his songs, especially "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" and "When I Need You." (He also looks a little Richard Simmons, but that’s beside the point.)
Anyway, we haven’t seen much of him since the late ’70s, but now he might just be having the Best Week Ever. Check it out:
[A] remix of a 29-year-old Leo Sayer obscurity puts the erstwhile British star on top of the singles chart. "Thunder In My Heart" by Meck featuring Leo Sayer came to be after the DJ found a copy of Sayer’s modest 1977 hit of that name in a bargain bin. His remix became a hot club item and after clearances were obtained, Sayer began promoting the track some weeks ago. It now gives him a second U.K. No. 1 to go alongside "When I Need You," from early 1977.
This reminds me what my dad used to tell me: You can never count out Leo Sayer.