The Joke’s On Us: Celebs Who’ve Duped The Public In Their Pranks

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In the post-Punk’d era, we kind of expect stars to play some pretty awesome jokes on each other, while we get to be entertained by major celebs being brought down to size. But what happens when celebrities get a chance to have a chuckle at our expense?

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by (@shalapitcher)

Matt Damon Hosts Jimmy Kimmel Sucks: Our 5 Favorite Zingers

After being “bumped” from Jimmy Kimmel Live “1,205″ times for the past 10 years, Matt Damon exacted his revenge on the late-night host by kidnapping him, tying him to a chair and hosting one of our favorite stunt episodes of a talk show ever. Andy Garcia (sporting a hilarious fake accent), Nicole Kidman, Robin Williams, Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, Reese Witherspoon, Sarah Silverman, “band leader” Sheryl Crow and a very weird-looking Demi Moore all made appearances — thus proving that Matt could get anyone and everyone to visit (not that Kimmel’s ever really had trouble with that). And of course, it turned into a great big roast of the host, who recently got his show moved up an hour to the highly competitive 11:35 p.m. slot. Here are our 5 favorite insults (of many!):

“Kimmel is the Death Star, big and round and easily destroyed through his garbage hole.” Matt Damon, who likewise compared himself to Luke Skywalker

“He’s just, he’s not classy.” — Nicole Kidman on why she’s never been on the show before
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Enjoy A Little Faith In Humanity This Weekend: It’s A Celeb Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort Round-Up!

It’s on all of us to pitch in and aid those affected by Hurricane Sandy, but it touches a cold, hard part of our soul to see famous people step up and do what’s right following a tragedy. They just have so much more money than us! In addition to Bruce Springsteen, Christina Aguilera, Sting and Billy Joel reminding America to have a heart via song at last week’s Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together telethon, plenty of celebs did their part this week. For example…

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Celebrities Have Got A Lot To Say About Hurricane Sandy, We Found 10 Tweets We’d Like To Reply To

Celebrities Tweet About Hurricane Sandy

East Coast peeps, we hope you’re safe, stocked up and dry. Hurricane Sandy’s been causing all kinds of a mess but we’re staying put and waiting for it to … blow over. This too shall pass, right? So, to keep you distracted and entertained at the same time, through the Frankenstorm, we thought we’d take a gander over at celebrityville and see what the word on Twitter is. Worked for us, because we found at least 10 H’wood tweets that made us crack up in different ways. For instance, while Ricky Gervais‘ tweet made us crack up laughing, Lindsay Lohan‘s made us crack out heads against a wall. And since we can’t banter with them in person, we still got some repartee to dish out. So, we’ll just do it the best way we can — right here!

1. Ricky Gervais: Now we’re calling Sandy “Kandy” now, thanks to you, Ricky. Repping the “K”!

Ricky Gervais tweets about Hurricane Sandy

2. Lindsay Lohan: Right, because it’s really not that serious, L.L? World, do not take disaster advice from L.L. EVER.

Lindsay Lohan tweets about Hurricane Sandy

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by (@shalapitcher)

Tom Hanks’ Mustache And 5 Other Emmy Things That Deserve Their Own Twitters

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After Angelina Jolie’s leg at the Oscars, we thought basically every funny thing (intentional or not) on a live TV event would get its own Twitter account. But maybe the people who do these things were too busy celebrating Homeland’s big sweep of the Emmys to do so tonight? At least Kat Dennings‘ boobs are well represented on the social networking site. Here are the other things we’re surprised haven’t been tweeting all night:

  • Tom Hanks’ amazing mustache (see photo above) Update: Oh! Here it is.
  • Lena Dunham’s bathroom cake (which she ate in the nude during the opening sketch)
  • Julie Bowen’s nipple covers (which she thanked profusely in her acceptance speech)
  • Ellen DeGeneres’ pants (mentioned twice during the show)
  • Jimmy Kimmel’s parents (ousted by Tracy Morgan for their false promises to Jimmy)
  • Tracy Morgan’s nunchucks (or his sparkly jacket)

Did we miss any? Have these Twitter accounts been made since we posted this story? Let us know!

[Photo: Getty Images]

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by (@hallekiefer)

“Tonight’s The Night, Cheadle”: The 15 Most Memorable (And Hilarious!) Emmys Quotes

Memorable Emmy Quotes

Apart from Aaron Paul’s sniffle-inducing shout-outs, the greatest Emmy quote of the night has to be Julia Louis-Dreyfus‘ beautiful acceptance speech for her Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy. As the Veep star put it, “First of all, I’d like to thank NBC, Parks and Rec, my beautiful boys Archie…and…Abel…” Oh wait! That was Amy Poehler’s acceptance speech, which the Parks and Rec star scrambled on stage to change out for Dreyfus’ real speech, making it the second year in a row Amy Poehler was responsible for the Emmys‘ best bit. Classic Knope! Of course, host Jimmy Kimmel and the rest of the Emmy attendees had more than few excellent quotes in their couture back pockets, such as…

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