“Should I show something?”
You don’t have to be in your twenties to have a banner year. Even though it feels that way sometimes.
Billy Eichner should write all of Tay’s songs. FOREVER.
The Billy on the Street star took to Twitter on Sunday to call out the fast-food chain for its new commercials.
“I just like being yelled at… it was so exciting!”
Let Billy Eichner school you on everything important from A to Z.
Plus Billy Eichner plays games with Drew Barrymore, 3 awesome drink recipes, and the new plastic surgery trend for engagement-ring selfies.
It’s the game we’ve been waiting for.
Seth Rogen, Bill Hader, Hannibal Buress and more answer important questions like what they would say to Oprah if they got the chance to talk to her.
Plus 13 things you need to know about the 2014 NFL schedule, skin-care and hair-straightening pro tips, and Billy Eichner destroys art if strangers can answer Tyler Perry trivia.
Oh, you thought it was Pitbull? WELL IT’S NOT!
The obvious answer is YES, and WHEN?
Just don’t ask him to work with Kris Jenner.
Someone still hasn’t jumped on the Kerry Washington bandwagon. Dear lord, this is spine-chilling.
On this day in 2013 (TODAY) Lena Dunham milked a cow and it changed the world forever.
Apologies to J.J. Abrams — nobody in New York City cares.
With a set of obstacles vaguely familiar to the ones seen on Double Dare 2000, this genius course is from the latest episode of Billy on the Street.
Another gem from Billy On The Street. Drew Barrymore would like this.
It was a momentous occasion for all as Meryl stepped into the clubhouse, but mostly it was a dream come true for Billy Eichner.
This week’s the season finale of Billy on the Street, and we’re looking forward to it at BuzzFeed. In the episode, Billy Eichner quizzes one guest on his knowledge of whether a certain celebrity is a scientologist or someone from Britain. Check out how well you know your celebrities, then watch the season finale of Funny or Die’s Billy on the Street at 11PM on Fuse.
Oh my God, you guys, Seth Green just flirted with me…and a million other girls…and guys. Next time a friend pities your for being forever alone today, just say Jim for “The Office” hit on you earlier. No big deal.
Meryl Streep is not just among the best actors of her generation, but every generation. People need to shut up and listen to the facts. To hear more about her and virtually any other celebrity, tune into Funny Or Die’s “Billy on the Street” on Thursdays at 11p/10c on Fuse.
For some reason, ever since the days of “Just Like a Pill,” people have decided that P!nk is one for the wayside. Well, that’s just not true. Here’s some (of the many) reasons why she’s actually very talented. To hear even more about her and other celebrities, check out Funny Or Die’s “Billy on the Street” on Thursdays at 11p/10c on Fuse.
Highlight: Billy asking Giants players during the post-game celebration if they saw Madonna perform.
Everyone thinks New Yorkers are unfriendly, but these ones are surprisingly undeterred by comedian Billy Eichner’s loud questions. Also, they apparently have a lot to say about Rachel Ray’s culinary skills, Florence Welch, and Nicki Minaj’s… ass. Watch the full episode of Funny or Die’s “Billy on the Street” Thursdays at 11PM on FUSE!
Why are people so into Lady Gaga? Comedian Billy Eichner gets the opinions of random people on the street, and also “discusses” the Millionaire Matchmaker. Check out the full episode of Funny or Die’s “Billy on the Street” Thursdays at 11PM on FUSE!
On “Conan” last night, “Billy on the Street’s” Billy Eichner went on a screaming, hysterical tirade against the inexplicably untouchable Johnny Depp. Apparently, there’s only so far someone who only takes children’s book characters and makes them “spooky and feminine” can go.
There’s been hundreds of comedians who’ve offended in the past, but this clip from “Billy on the Street” made us think about other bold improv comedians who are big right now. Remember to watch Funny Or Die’s “Billy on the Street” on Thursdays at 11p/10c on Fuse.
Apparently, New Yorkers don’t know that Meryl Streep is white, or better than Glenn Close. Watch how hilariously upset comedian Billy Eichner gets about these disheartening revelations.