So, apparently, I have been missing a show on the Style Network called “Sperm Donors,” all about the men who wanked into cups in order to give the gift of life to whoever opted to buy it. On Tuesday night’s episode, a man shocks his fiancee by telling her that, via sperm donation, he has fathered 70 kids. Oh, but it gets better. He says that many of these kids—15 to 20 of them—have been in contact with him. Wow, they say every relationship has a surprise, but, man, is that an unexpected one. Yep, it’s time to start watching this show. [Gawker]
If I could pick anyone to play Girl Talk Jenga with, it would be Melissa McCarthy and Jimmy Fallon. I thought Girl Talk questions were spicier, though, like “Who do you want to play Seven Minutes In Heaven with?” I guess they have to keep it PG-13 on “Late Night.” [Late Night With Jimmy Fallon]
Two things we absolutely love: Joseph Gordon-Levitt and old-school Axl Rose. So imagine how much we loved Joseph Gordon-Levitt singing Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone” in the style of Axl Rose Tuesday night on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.” “This guy does the best Axl Rose,” Jimmy said before challenging Joseph to sing a random song as the lead singer of Guns n’ Roses. Of course, Jimmy kicked things off by performing “Pumped Up Kicks” as David Bowie, and the two finished with a duet of Lady Gaga’s “Edge of Glory.” [Washington Post]
True love knows no bounds. I mean, who are we to come between grammar expert Courtney Stodden and her new hubby Doug Hutchinson? How can we judge a couple of
fame whores undeniable romantics who are just looking to make some quick cash off a reality show share their joy with the world? After all, age ain’t nothing but cause for statutory rape charges a number.
I thought “Butter” was just a movie about Jennifer Garner as a competitive butter sculptor. It turns out, the film is a metaphor for the entire 2008 election. Jennifer plays a woman pitted against a young African-American girl in a butter sculpting competition, sure that they’ll win the first place prize she believes she deserves. But when the young upstart impresses the judges, Jennifer’s character loses it — and you can watch her freak out in this new clip.
Personally I think her crazy-eyed look, pin-straight hair and power pumps are more evocative of Sarah Palin or Michele Bachmann. And, no lie, “I’m sorry that I was born white and tall and pretty” sounds like something one of them would actually say. [Cinema Blend]