14 Funny April Fools’ Day Pranks Pulled By Celebrities

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Happy April Fools’ Day, peoples! Have you pulled off any good pranks yet? If so, tell us about ‘em in the comments section. As for celebrities, they don’t need it to be April 1st to come up with a good one. But it sure seems like the holiday gets their creative juices flowing.

Take Jessica Simpson. She may look nice and sweet, but she pulled a pretty mean one on her bestie, Cacee Cobb. “She had just moved to LA and we pranked her and said her car got taken and she was going to be arrested because there was illegal substances hidden in her boxes. And she believed it,” Jess said, cracking up. [People]

After the jump, more celebrity April Fools’ Day jokes.

Prince Harry Promises Wedding Toast To Make William “Lose Some Hair”

“It’s me and a couple of his friends, so between the three of us, we’ll make sure that we dig him in the ribs a few times and embarrass him. Make him lose some hair.”

—The always sensitive Prince Harry tells the BBC that he plans to pack a few good zingers into his toast for his brother, Prince William, during his April 29th wedding to Kate Middleton. Whoa. Exactly the wrong thing to say about a guy with already thinning hair. [People] Keep reading »

“The Hangover Part II” Looks Like The Same Movie All Over Again. Cool!

Confession: I only saw “The Hangover” last night, after a friend insisted it was “unAmerican” that I’d never seen it. So that makes it that much sweeter that the preview for “The Hangover: Part II” appeared this morning. It essentially looks like the same movie—only with a monkey rather than a tiger and a face tattoo instead of a missing tooth—but the first one was so fun that I’ll take it. Also, this one takes place in Thailand and doesn’t have a cameo from Mel Gibson. So, phew. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

365 Days In Paris: An Update From Our American Girl In Paris (Who’s Back In America Now)

Chers amis,

It’s been a while since we last chatted. Last time, I was saying farewell to my 365 Days in Paris blog. Ending the blog was a tough choice especially because so much good stuff was going on in my life—I’d finished up my first year in Paris, was heading onto the next, and had finally met an amazing guy, “Henri.” But I just had a feeling that because things were going well that it was time to live my life offline. I so enjoyed hearing your advice and comments each week, and was pleasantly surprised to hear from Amelia that some of you had actually been asking about me. Moi? I’m touched. So, here’s my update for you.

I’ll start with the end: I’m not in Paris anymore. Keep reading »

Lindsay Lohan’s Balance Issues

Lindsay Lohan can’t stop tripping this week. Maybe her equilibrium is off? Last Friday, she fell face first onto an agave plant while making her way into a friend’s party in Los Angeles (pictured, bottom). She looked sort of like she was auditioning for a role in “Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark” as she tried to get up. Then on Wednesday night, outside a bar in New York’s Lower East Side, she fell again (pictured, top). Impressive that she didn’t drop her ciggy or her cell phone! This time, Lindsay was laughing as she tried to stand back up on her mega-platforms. Friends say she’s sober, so might we suggest some slightly more walkable shoes? Although I guess if she’s not behind bars, Lindsay is doing pretty well. [NY Post, TMZ] Keep reading »

Ladies, Do You Have A “Buff Bay”?

Because I am committed to bringing you the most current and up-to-date genital slang, I feel obligated to share. My friend (who shall remain nameless) was at work yesterday when a female co-worker was checking out her camel toe. Weird … yes. After staring at her crotch for a full minute, the co-worker said to her, “Damn, girl! You have a buff bay!” Naturally, my friend had no idea what this meant. Have you heard it before? I certainly have not. Apparently a “buff bay” is a slang term for a fat, juicy vagina. I have confirmed this information on Urban Dictionary, the premiere source for all genital slang. According to Urban Dictionary, the term originated in Hackney, London amongst a group of lads who hung out in The Pembury Estate between the years of 1989 to 2000. OK! And I was still grappling with the term “fat monkey.” So there it is. Buff bay. You’re welcome. Keep reading »

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