While crying is not a bad thing there are certain people you never expect to do it. For instance, Jon Hamm. The man who plays Don Draper on the AMC’s hit series Mad Men, is as about as rugged and handsome as they come. When he choked up some tears on the show, it was surprising though funny thanks to the many GIFs and memes that came out of it. While hanging out with VH1′s Kate Spencer, the real Draper aka Hamm revealed what makes him cry. And the answer may surprise you: Budweiser ads. Yes, the popular Super Bowl ad featuring the clydesdales and a puppy made him misty as it did many other fans watching the event.
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We love TV’s iconic romantic couples. The lusty buildup, the will-they-or-won’t-they. The overwhelming obstacles. The office sex (we’re looking at you, Scandal. Obviously). But sometimes, it’s even more fun to watch the dazzling chemistry between totally platonic onscreen duos. Take Breaking Bad’s Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, for example. Their totally murderous, deeply dysfunctional, howlingly illegal – but somehow, sweetly father/son-esque — connection was far more intriguing than the ones they had with their significant others.
There’s a reason why Scandal‘s Harrison Wright (Columbus Short) stays so calm during a crisis: suspenders. The paid problem-solver has many positive traits–that smile, those lips, those arms, we could go on–and his impeccable wardrobe helps him look cool during any sticky situation Olivia Pope and Associates take on. Despite a collection of well-tailored suits, it’s difficult not to notice the historic accessory he’s been bringing back in a big way. And he’s not the only one!
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Mindy Kaling refuses to be marginalized, Khloe Kardashian makes a telling change to her Twitter profile, and two hot stars go up against animated fare at this weekend’s box office.
Jon Hamm clears up rumors about his upcoming surgery, Robert De Niro steps in for the late James Gandolfini, and Aaron Paul has the Need For Speed.
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What good is going to glitzy red carpet events if you don’t have a date to share it with? Most actors and actresses bring their spouses or significant others on their arm to help celebrate TVs biggest night, but that wasn’t mandatory! Some stars went with slightly less predictable choices for their dates.
On Friday, Sesame Street released a video of Peter Dinklage (Game Of Thrones) visiting the show to teach kids about “Simon Says.” His segment prompted us to think back on all the times that our favorite Emmy nominees made guest appearances on the series. And we were surprised by just how many stopped by: everyone from Alec Baldwin to Julia Louis-Dreyfus have made their way down to Sesame Street.