Sometimes you’re up in the club and you see somebody wearing an outfit you just have to have
. Leslie Hall
, the genius behind the gem sweater phenomenon
, knows what we’re talking about. She made this song “Tight Pants/Body Rolls” about coveting another’s super tight pants. Major props to her and the two awesome tiger ladies featured in this video (we really want your big tiger head costumes, please). [BuzzFeed
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On Season Four of AMC’s “Mad Men,” Don Draper started the season out with a bang; he slept with his secretary. And then all but pretended it never happened. For ad guys at the top of their game, the crew over at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce manages to engage in pretty dumb behavior. With the help of comedian and Mad Men know-it-all, Jessie Richardson, we gathered a list of The Dumbest Things Mad Men Characters Have Ever Done. Read more … Keep reading »
Team Edward or Team Jacob. “True Blood” and “The Vampire Diaries.” It’s clear that blood-sucking vampires are having a cultural moment. In fact, since the first “Twilight” movie was released in 2008, vampire-related products have grossed more than $7 billion worldwide. That’s a whole lot of blood at the bloodbank.
But “Twilight” and “True Blood” won’t be around forever (sad but true). So we’ve provided a list of several hot-to-trot contenders ready to replace the vampire craze with all the Burger King merchandising tie-ins your heart desires. Keep reading »
Rumor has it Barbara Walters is in talks to start a spin-off of “The View” aimed towards men, starring a cast of both men and women. It hopes to air during the time slot soon-to-be vacated by Oprah. The D-list talent rounded up so far includes Bryant Gumbel as moderator; comedian Alec Mapa, who played Suzuki St. Pierre on “Ugly Betty”; BET news anchor Jacque Reid; and former Fox News host E.D. Hill. According to The New York Daily News, “[the show] will attempt to inject a male perspective into the topics of the day.” Um, that’s called nearly all of nighttime news/chat TV already. Allow me to introduce to you Larry King, David Letterman, Brian Williams, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Jay Leno, Sean Hannity, Alan Colmes, Conan O’Brien, Shephard Smith … Keep reading »
In 1997, The Verve released their third full-length record, Urban Hymns,
which included the band’s breakout hit “Bittersweet Symphony.” That song, which would later be used in a pivotal scene in the camp movie “Cruel Intentions,” was accompanied by a standout video, featuring singer Richard Ashcroft stonily walking down a busy London street. We love it, and the song, and decided this Hump Day to remind you of its awesomeness.
And true or false: The Verve’s Richard Ashcroft and his Skeletor face are totally hot? (Answer: TRUE). Keep reading »
I am not what you call graceful and athletic. When I told my friends/parents/significant other that I was joining a co-ed soccer team they laughed. I mean, my mom laughed. In my face. And my mom is a professional guidance counselor and is aware of what laughing in your kid’s face does to their self-esteem. So, yeah, not many people expected that I would stick with it. But three years and nine seasons later, I am actually a soccer team captain. And I couldn’t be happier. Keep reading »
It’s Tuesday, aka New Music Day. And let me tell you, girl, this week is the jammiest! Shine up those dancin’ shoes because my favorite psychedelic party band !!! (pronounced “chk chk chk”) has a new album out and it is all kinds of fun. Ra Ra Riot proves three is the magic number with their rad new release. Fantasia isn’t just bringin’ the drama in real life; her R&B record lays it out. Margaret Cho duets with some stellar songbirds. Katy Perry pops some more bubble gum and Usher unleashes some B sides. So, get those headphones on because you’re going to wanna rock out after the jump. Keep reading »