This video is proof that you can indeed have too much of a good thing. One, two, even five fluffy rabbits hopping after you are adorable! But an entire swarm of them? NOPE. Nope nope nope. Am I alone is being oddly frightened by this scene? [Gawker]
If you listen to the radio at all, “Drunk In Love” is probably stuck in your head on a repeating loop most days. I love it as much as the next girl, but how about giving a new rendition of the song a shot? No, Kanye’s remix doesn’t count. Katy B brought a dark, pensive side to Bey and Jay’s latest anthem when she mixed it with Tanishe’s “Vulnerable,” and I’m addicted. It should be noted that a certain unnecessary lyric is nowhere to be found in this rendition and the song is still just fine without it. [The Hairpin]
Some genius discovered that Justin Timberlake’s vocals from “Suit & Tie” paired with the instrumentals of “Let’s Get It On” are a match made in heaven, and about as sexy as it gets. Cliches be damned, “Let’s Get It On” is one of the best (and um, most honest) love songs out there. Add J.T. and his dance moves into the mix, and it’s simply too perfect to handle. Is it warm in here? [22 Words]
We knew that former Reality TV star, Penthouse model, adult film star and sex columnist Tasha Reign had gone so far as to create a line of Reignbow Pony butt plugs, but we had no idea she was hard at work on a “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic”-inspired porn. “Tasha’s Pony Tales” is about four girls who drink a magic potion at a sleepover (because that’s TOTALLY what happens at sleepovers!) and are transported via children’s playground to Magic Pony Cloud Land where they are transformed into ponies (read: outfitted in pointy ears and Tasha’s line of butt plugs). Once in Magic Pony Cloud Land, the four phillies are on a mission to obtain “centaur love juice “so they can stay ponies forever and ever and live happily ever after. Ah yes, the magic elixir: centaur sperm. Keep reading »
Like so many ladies, I have a storied love/hate relationship with “Sex And The City.” Carrie Bradshaw infuriates me on the regular, but that hasn’t stopped me from periodically binge-watching the show and wondering whether Carrie would ever work it out with the one and only Mr. Big. Yes, the fact that she ends up with such a commitment-phobic jerk with little personality to speak of is a pretty crappy example for viewers, but Big has his redeeming moments. Try to imagine, though, what would’ve happened if Carrie had gone a different route. When the series finale was filmed, the show’s creators put together three alternate endings, apparently in an attempt to leave the crew unaware of how the series would conclude so they couldn’t give away any secrets. Enjoy, and try to imagine what a challenge it would’ve been for producers to cobble together two subsequent films from any of these alternate endings. (Let’s be real, nobody would want to spend two hours in a movie theatre watching Carrie’s marriage to the Russian). [Into The Gloss]
Jimmy Fallon made his “Tonight Show” debut last night in spectacular fashion. With the help of Will Smith, Jimmy lead us through the evolution of hip hop dancing and reminded us how to dougie, twerk and do the robot. (Not to be confused with the evolution of Mom Dancing, which Jimmy did when Michelle Obama was on the show.) Which of the two is a better dancer? Their swanky overalls are too distracting for me to tell! (Is it freaking anyone else out that Will Smith appears not to age?)
If you saw a bendy piece of sheet metal stuck in the ground, you’d probably think, “Ugh, what an eyesore.” Goats, as evidenced by this adorable video, think, “OMG! A NEW TOY!” and proceed to turn it into a makeshift metal trampoline. Also, I’d like to take a moment to thank the 10 different people who sent me a link to this video. You guys get me. [YouTube]
Oh, cruel, cruel Netflix. The premiere date for season two of “Orange Is The New Black” is still a loooong way off, currently inconceivable, when snow is not dumping on our heads every three days and we can actually see the ground. Friday, June 6 is so far off it may as well be the date of the next Rapture. But it is coming: Netflix coughed up this mini teaser trailer (emphasis on mini) to prove it. Pornstache is back with his pornstache. Crazy Eyes has still got crazy eyes. And Piper … well, Piper has a lot to work through. June 6 can’t come soon enough! [IndieWire]
On Sunday night, about four months after it was filmed, the much ballyhooed Kim and Kanye engagement episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” aired. While little teasers of the engagement were quick to leak onto the internet back in late-October, E! naturally had the full film rights to the big moment, which was just as over-the-top as has been described. And, dare I say it, it was actually kind of romantic too. I can’t imagine what Kanye and Kim talk about when they’re alone together, besides complimenting the other on their beauty/brilliance, but they seem as in love as two completely self-obsessed people could possibly be. Aww?
My favorite Hollywood bromance is probably between Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, who’ve been besties since well before they both won the Best Screenplay Oscar for 1997′s “Good Will Hunting.” Fifteen years later, with two marriages and a gaggle of kids between them, these Boston bros are still close enough to shit talk each other publicly for a good cause. Ben and Matt, excuse me, Matt and Ben teamed up to raise money for two charities, the Eastern Congo Initiative and Water.org, with this funny video, proving the best friendships can handle a few low blows.