Bobby kept it classy during his performance in Maryland on Thursday night. “I’d like to say thank you for your pres[ence] … I’d like to say thank you, period. I’ma throw two up for Whitney. That’s my love … Life is life. You have to move on sometimes … My name is Bad Ass Bobby Brown.”
An unidentified student in Indiana allegedly chucked a bag of the Frito-Lay snack chips at his assistant principal Monday morning.
A fan artist’s illustration to test your movie knowledge is one thing. But a fast-paced, animated video? We could only figure out so many. Help us figure out the rest.
Last summer, Dr. Nancy Snyderman said “they’re hookers,” but that didn’t faze this Miami sugar baby. A local CBS affiliate sat down with the Florida International University student, who knows what she wants.
Jason Heuser, the genius and patriot responsible for historically accurate portraits such as Teddy Roosevelt Vs. Bigfoot and Abraham Lincoln Rides A Grizzly, delivers yet another masterpiece of fan art. Americans no longer have to commit to foggy memory JFK’s days in outer space, for Heuser has immortalized them on 80-lb high gloss paper.
The Starbucks Corporation — solving the First World’s problems one venti caramel latte at at time.
Twentieth Century Fox recently hosted a five-day “Simpsons” marathon in Los Angeles to promote the show’s upcoming 500th episode.
February 15th, 2012 marks just another day in paradise, as a Brooklyn-based fan club preps for the 6th annual Phil Collins Day with a parade and interactive confessional booth.
Another satisfied customer.
Here is Bobby’s performance Saturday night in Mississippi with New Edition. He tears up at 1:50 and walks off stage about a minute after.
Clinton was part of the Boys Nation when he shook the 35th President’s hand in the White House Rose Garden on July 24, 1963. Something else they had in common: Interns.
A group of black-hooded youths hurled Molotov cocktails at various shops Sunday night, hours before Greece Parliament looks to pass a 130 billion euro bailout. The bill would ostensibly save the government from bankruptcy but would also result in 3.3 billion euros being cut from people’s wages and pensions.
Publicist Kristen Foster told the Associated Press on Saturday afternoon that Whitney Houston has died. She was 48. Cause of death has not yet been reported. Check back here for updates.
Mary Anne Huntsman turned 27 on Saturday. Her cake would have been red velvet.
Not a surprise, I’m sure. But what may be the best part about the upcoming “Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie” isn’t so much the movie itself but the press tour that allows these guys to go wackadoo on every single regional morning show. Case in point: Fox 7’s “Good Day Austin” kept cutting to “Billion Dollar” clips because host Joe Bickett couldn’t deal.
Whoever handles U-God’s Facebook page has apparently been cruising the Jersey diners. The Wu Tang Chicken Wrap includes lettuce, tomato, cucumber, and deli mustard for just $7.49 at the Chicken Holiday in Hillsborough.
Actor Ahmed Best, who voiced Jar Jar Binks in the Star Wars prequels, told Entertainment Weekly about a scene “which didn’t fit in [‘Episode III’]” that would have shown the goofy Gungan senator experiencing some much-needed humility.
Rangers’ lefty Derek Holland relieves WFAA Channel 8’s chief meteorologist to let the folks in Dallas-Fort Worth know what they should expect in the coming week. I’m not exactly sure what his wouldya jus’ look at that? shtick is supposed to make fun of, but Holland does a pretty good Will Ferrell impersonation of Harry Carey.
The new trailer for “LC” gives us a pretty good idea how zombie fighter Juliet Starling is going to spend her Valentine’s Day with her severed-head boyfriend. The rest of us won’t get to play with her until later this year. (Release date TBA.)