Posts from February 2015
It's entirely possible the world went insane on Thursday.
Someone posted a picture of a two-toned striped dress to Tumblr on Wednesday, and asked simply: “Guys please help me - is this dress white and gold, or blue and black? Me and my friends can't agree…"
The folks at have the skinny. Or do they? You be the judge. The Today Show
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A couple of llamas got loose in Sun City, Arizona yesterday afternoon, and the helicopter-shot video of the event quickly went viral.
Fox News picked it up, and (sorry) ran with it.
Shepard Smith provided running commentary on the "llama trot," and some of it is pretty funny. It's just not clear that it's intentionally funny.
"Were they someone's, like, backyard llamas?" he wondered. "Were they babysitting?"
"This is something I've not seen recently in New York," he said, "and we seem to see all kinds of weirdness up here in the New York."
We'll call this a slow news day phenomenon...
Kim Kardashian just reached 27 million followers on Instagram.
This is where you say "Whoopee" or "Yahoo," I guess.
So to say thanks, Kim posted a selfie to her Instagram page.
A selfie showing part of her butt wrapped around a pretty small thong bottom.
I'm sorry, but how is this a thank you?
Is there anyone on the planet who hasn't yet seen all of the KimButt?
I daresay no...
Ever wonder how Beyonce keeps herself fit and toned?
Wonder no more.
Because on Wednesday, the Queen herself released an Instagram video to show herself in action, keeping fit and getting toned.
The video is speeded up to the tune of "Eye of the Tiger," but it shows Beyonce moves.
Think you can keep up?
The folks at Disney released the trailer for Frozen Fever, a short film featuring all your favorite Frozen characters this week.
It will be seen in theaters in front of Disney's Cinderella, which will be released on March 13.
And it seems like people are hot for it already.
The short, that is.
In the first day that it hit the Internet, it grabbed close to 2.5 million views.
Not bad for a short film, huh?
A lot of people know Ice-T from his music, and his movies, and his long-running stint as one of the detectives on . Law & Order: SVU
But a lot less know him for his work as a cartoon voiceover artist.
(Stay with the bit. It works if you stay with the bit.)
Ice visited Jimmy Fallon's this week, and revealed that he did some extensive voiceover work - you know, to pay the bills - on shows like Tonight Show , G.I. Joe , and Scooby Doo . Dora the Explorer
Check it out...
Melissa Rauch plays a scientist on . The Big Bang Theory
The other night on , she talked about how she started performing at a very young age, in her parents' basement. Conan
Her parents encouraged her in the arts, and let her see shows that maybe weren't appropriate for someone her age.
The show was "A Chorus Line," and Melissa's go-to song - lyrics, dance moves and all - was "Tits & Ass," a song about the plastic surgery one dancer gets to help her get more roles.
And of course, Melissa has a home movie to share with the world...
Florida State University's basketball squad lost to Miami on Wednesday by four points, 81 - 77.
But that's only how the story ends.
How Florida State got that close - that's the real story.
Because freshman guard Xavier Rathan-Mayes scored 30 points.
Not on the night, but in the final 4 minutes and 39 seconds of the game.
Not enough for the win, but more than enough to impress a lot of folks...
Giuliana Rancic's comments about Zendaya's dreadlocks - smelling like patchouli oil and weed - during the episode focusing on the Oscars is still stirring controversy. Fashion Police
Yesterday on , Whoopi Goldberg took the others on the show to school about the difference between the late Joan Rivers, who made The View the iconic show it was, and Giuliana Rancic, who is not Joan Rivers. Fashion Police
Whoopi didn't defend Giuliani - not even close.
But she doesn't think she was being racist either. "She was just ignorant," says Whoopi.
Check out the clip....
Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani has been taking a lot of heat over comments he made about President Obama not loving America.
The reaction has come from all quarters - even some conservative quarters that Giuliani probably considered safe havens until now.
No surprise that Jon Stewart - never once considered a conservative safe haven - would have some choice words for the former mayor.
To say that Jon eviscerated him is a very fair comment indeed.
Nice to see that even as Jon's retirement from draws near, he's still got a lot of bite left. The Daily Show