Maybe it’s time to move.
Maybe it’s time to move.
Just because you were born somewhere doesn’t mean you belong there.
Was 1994 actually the best year for music ever? Probably, yeah.
If you see a friend without a smile, give him one of yours.
Prince or Springsteen? Spice Girls or Lauryn Hill? Britney or Madonna? You may be surprised.
Gaga didn’t disappoint.
Why was Alanis Morrissette so upset about that cross-eyed bear?
President Barack Obama delivers his fifth State of the Union Address from the House Chamber at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
The pair performed the song at the Yahoo! Wireless Festival in London Saturday. Magna Carta… Holy Grail just became Jay-Z’s first UK No. 1 album.
We put on a rock show for dogs with Marnie Stern.
BuzzFeed sits down with the Republican senator from Ohio. Live from D.C. on May 6, 2013.
Nearly the entire cast was there (except for Anna Kendrick).
Will Mariah and Nicki continue to throw shade at each other? We should be so lucky.
Regis Philbin’s seat has been filled and more in today’s CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
She live-instagrammed her hair appointment so that none of us would miss out on such a momentous occasion.
Man, it would be fun to be there.
A classic screencap from the ‘08 cycle.
Nevermore will you see anything cuter. Here’s John Cusack at a screening of “The Raven,” in which he plays a crime fighting Edgar Allan Poe, hence the giant raven. The raven’s name? Suge. Honestly.
Damn, girl! Even I know that Mark Sanchez plays for the Jets and I don’t know a thing about football. For shame.
Here’s some grainy footage and a grainy photo of Nancy Grace popping out of her top during last night’s Dancing With The Stars. Y’know…if you’re into that sort of thing. And if you are, my deepest condolences. Also, note the bizarre cutaway shot at the end of the clip. It’s stock footage of a passive, silent crowd as the live audience is whooping and hollering at the nip slip. Watch Video ›
Darcus Howe, a writer and broadcaster who has lived in London for 50 years, gets into it with a BBC reporter over the rioting that’s engulfed England. Howe calls the riots an “insurrection” and is repeatedly interrupted by the reporter (who keeps calling him “Marcus Dowe”) when talking about the abuse of young black men by British police. In exasperation he eventually exclaims, “Show some respect for an old West Indian negro.” (via theatlanticwire.com) Watch Video ›
If the debt crisis is miraculously solved during Obama’s presidency this quote may just be remembered. Also if you didn’t end up watching Obama’s address, you should at least know this line. View List ›
Exhibiting shades of Serene Branson, Toronto reporter Mark McAllister suffered what was later described as a “medical issue” and started speaking nonsense on live television. Thankfully, he tweeted that he’s now doing fine. Watch Video ›
A bucket list of live performers.
A new site dedicated to musicians telling the train wreck tales of their worst live performances. I would pay good money to see a bald Juliana Hatfield get into a fight with a homophobe. Many more accounts of concerts gone awry over at The Worst Gig. View List ›
Is Angie Jackson desperate for attention or doing girls everywhere a service by bringing a humane face to such a taboo procedure? Either way, it’s a sad day on the internet for babies ): (Sorry, babies.) Watch Video ›
One dude needs a place to rest his head …on live TV. Reporterbombing: LOLS without fail. View Media ›