You can’t sit with us.
You can’t sit with us.
Don’t mess with Lucille Austero.
Held at the legendary New York City nightclub, Studio 54, the night was filled with champagne, disco music, and probably cocaine.
These camp classics are best viewed with the right audience. And a lot of booze.
In case you want to relive those 15 episodes you marathoned. Here are some of the funniest jokes and running gags, presented in chronological order. WARNING: This will spoil the new season — go ahead and watch it first.
It’s easy to make fun, but Smash’s departure will leave a hole in my heart.
Liza strikes a pose as the latest celeb to participate in the NOH8 campaign. Please, note the jazz hands.
Sometimes the only way to articulate the actor’s experience is through song. Here are some of the best examples, from classic to contemporary.
Look at this little cutie pie!
Listen up, divas: you’ve got nothing on Liza.
These legends are getting up there in years, but they’re not allowed to die. Ever.
But wait! They’ve done it before, and it was just as weird the first time.
“I was making lasagna for Michael Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor and Halston…” Even those who are soooo over the “Shit Girls Say” parody meme will be hard pressed not to enjoy this one, thanks in large part to Christine Pedi’s spot-on impersonation of the one, the only, the lovably crazy… Liza Minnelli. Balls to you!
Liza Minnelli was on some show called Private Screenings. Here’s what she had to say. Watch Video ›
Get yer learn on with this comprehensive list (with 20 additions each day this week) of the most iconic, memorable moments in viral video history. Only one missing from the list so far (in my humble opinion)? Liza “Jitarded Children” Minnelli on Larry King. Nvr 4get.
Jezebel’s flawless roundup of the most cuckoobananas lady celebs on the planet. Honorable mentions, in our humble opinion: Sally Kellerman, Jackie Stallone, and Carrie Fisher (although, to be fair, she knows she’s bonkers.
Critics pounced on Rosie O’Donnell after her poorly-rated variety show proved to be a bizarre mess from a bygone genre. In case you missed it, let me fill you in: Rosie’s endless warbling, Liza Minelli’s walking corpse, Gloria Estefan’s one-liners, Alec Baldwin whispering into Rosie’s cleavage, and a gay joke from Clay Aiken. Read More ›