Beyonce did her multitude of queer fans a solid by creating a 17-second remake of her “7/11″ video to celebrate LGBT pride and SCOTUS’s historical ruling for same-sex marriage.
Paul Rudd is not a flatulent actor — at least not in public. While doing a round of press interviews for Ant Man, his chair tried to prove otherwise.
Clear your calendar for July 19. That’s when the epic adventure Sharktopus Vs. Whalewolf starring Caspar Van Dien will premiere on SyFy.
The wonderfully-talented Allison Lane, who recently told us about a guy who blew more than bugles in the Army, is back to share the Notorious R.B.G.’s magnificent rap about the SCOTUS ruling on marriage equality.
Nene Leakes is peacing out of Bravo’s Real Housewives of Atlanta to appear on a new incarnation of the classic game show To Tell the Truth alongside none other than Betty White. Let the hair pulling begin!
For their video of “Where Are Ü Now,” Justin Bieber and producers Skrillex and Diplo invited fans to help sketch doodles that would surround the bad boy pop star. Naturally, someone doodled a big penis that rams the singer from behind.
Who says Hollywood is creatively bankrupt? Well, everyone, including us. The latest evidence is a report of a planned TV series adaptation of the 1987 bunny-boiling thriller Fatal Attraction.
We promise this isn’t a Rickroll! Much-loved blue-eyed soul singer-turned-Internet sensation Rick Astley delivered a rousing rendition of “Uptown Funk” at the Let’s Rock London concert last weekend. Don’t believe us just watch.
Today two-time Oscar winner Olivia de Havilland, best-known as the frail, “mealy-mouthed” Melanie in Gone With The Wind, celebrates 99 years on this planet. Let’s make it a full century, Livvy.
The flawless Todrick Hall shared his story about his days as a contestant on American Idol and the pressure he felt to remain in the closet, a decision he now regrets.
It took me so long to feel comfortable with who I am and who I love. When I was on American Idol, the producers used to say “Make sure you appeal to middle America!” I didn’t know what that meant, but I assumed it meant that I shouldn’t do my usual Disney Princess wave when Ryan Seacrest announced my name. After I got eliminated from the show I was SO depressed…not because I didn’t win, but because I didn’t show the world who I REALLY am. I’m so glad that I am fortunate and blessed enough to have another opportunity to show the world my talent because of youtube, @scooterbraun, and because of my new mtv show! Thank you Toddlerz for always supporting and believing in me no matter the race, age, sexuality, size, level of Swarovski crystals on my ugg boots. I hope and pray that because of the recent changes our country has made, someday asking someone if they’re gay will be just as small of a deal as asking what kind of pizza you prefer. Everyone should be able to love who they love, and be with whomever puts a smile on their face and a butterfly in their heart, and I’m proud to say that @jp4me does that for me! Love you booger!
A photo posted by Todrick Hall (@toddyrockstar) on Jun 30, 2015 at 10:52am PDT
Comedy Central duo Key & Peele tackle homophobia and misrepresentation in this hilarious sketch.