Yes, Cleveland Brown is voiced by a white guy.
Britney Spears, Celine Dion, Zooey Deschanel, Barbra Streisand, Gwen Stefani, and more!
You’ve never seen a damsel in distress like this before.
An easy, breezy, beautiful walk down memory lane.
This shirt is actually cool.
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.
Hey, she wants her husband to seem more romantic. Totally understandable.
“Nickelodeon Magazine, PLEASE.”
A look back to 10 years ago and the celebs we cared about then.
These “cinematic masterpieces” have not stood the test of time.
Nine years before he hosted the Tonight Show, Fallon played an obsessed Red Sox fan who falls in love with Drew Barrymore. And he was fantastic.
This 1979 Pillsbury commercial is proof.
Sure, everyone remembers Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears, and Bennifer, but what about Wilmer Valderrama and Mandy Moore?
Step aside, Zooey Deschanel. Watch a master at work.
Teen People’s “Celebrity Style” issue was a who’s who of “it” girls that everyone wanted to be.
Sorry, haters, Going the Distance is one of the most underrated romcoms ever. Here’s why the under-the-radar 2010 film is worth checking out.
If these things don’t bring back warm, fuzzy memories, then you can talk to the hand, because the face ain’t listening!
15-years-ago in a nutshell: Leo DiCaprio, Leo DiCaprio, LEO!
Drew shows us the power of mixing a chola brow with red lipstick.
It was all part of a nutritious breakfast.
AKA, “The world’s most glamorous teenage doll.”
It’s been 20 years (!) since the “wild child” made her debut as the face of Guess. See how many of these you remember.
Now we know what those curlers were for.
According to Drew herself, at that age she probably wasn’t being very honest with McGruff about her drug habits.
It all went down last night on Late Night when the Fever Pitch co-stars play Rouge-lette with Drew’s new Flower Beauty line.
Remember when Ginger Spice was on the cover?