For once, Lea Michele and I are on the same page. Last night on “Jimmy Kimmel,” she revealed that she threw up while singing “Let It Go” — and the entire thing was caught on camera. While this video has yet to surface, I am excited that I live in a world where even Lea Michele, my worst nightmare, cannot tolerate the aural nightmare that is “Let It Go.” Watch her talk about it with Kimmel above, and if you have footage of this momentous occasion, please send it to me so that I may watch it when I’m feeling blue. [EW]
Ahh, the curse word. There are few things in this world that can’t be spiced up by adding a good old-fashioned “fuck” in front of it. Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow, two of my favorite people in the entire world, had a little “Friends” reunion of their own last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they went head-to-head in a “Celebrity Curse-Off.” Basically, the ladies have four minutes to one-up each other with swear words. Amongst my favorite were “prick cock,” “cunt sandwich,” and “snap pants,” which obviously didn’t qualify (that Phoebe Buffay gets me every time). Maybe Courteney Cox should stay home more often, because this is pure gold.
I’m dyingggg. Either “Jimmy Kimmel Live”‘s “Mean Tweets” segment is getting funnier, or humankind is becoming more vicious— okay, or maybe it’s both. Whatever it may be, the TV host brought back his popular “Mean Tweets” segment last night, where he has celebs read actual cruel tweets directed at them, and it was one of the best ones yet. While Gwyneth Paltrow didn’t seem too amused reading her tweet (because, let’s be honest, she’s about as stale as month-old bread), other stars like Chloë Grace Moretz, Lisa Kudrow, Scott Foley and John Stamos found humor in the hatred. Is it bad that I want to start tweeting mean things just for the chance to have it read on television? My tirade against Taylor Swift begins now.
Aside from trick-or-treating, dressing up in costume and carving pumpkins, Jimmy Kimmel has created my favorite, newest Halloween tradition that I truly hope will last forever. The late night host has instructed his fans, yet again, to mess with their kids by telling them the morning after Halloween that they’ve eaten all of their Halloween candy. Every year, the kids’ reactions get better and better, with more whining, crying and yelling (and this year, one angry girl flips tables like it’s “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” finale.) Check out the video above, and be glad you weren’t the victim of such a cruel, heartless Halloween prank.
Jimmy Kimmel sent a camera crew to New York Fashion Week to ask people their opinions on made-up designers, and not one of them missed a beat in diving right into a lie about knowing all about Chandler Bing’s fashion line. Because the fashion world is borderline ridiculous, these unsuspecting folks also didn’t blink an eye when at the names of bullshit clothing lines by “designers” Betsy Ross, Phil Robertson and Antonin Scalia. Facepalm. [Death & Taxes]
Only one day after learning that Manhattan will soon be welcoming a ‘Central Perk’ pop-up coffee shop to honor the anniversary of “Friends,” the show’s three leading ladies reunited and reprised their roles as Rachel, Phoebe and Monica on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
Jimmy confessed to Jennifer Aniston, his guest for the evening, that he was a huge “Friends” fan and even went as far as writing a piece of fan fiction, inserting himself into the plot as Ross, which he then asked to act out with Jen. Keep reading »