January Jones revisits her mullet! Welcome back to #ThrowbackThursday!
Trust me, you’ll never listen to “Bootylicious” the same way ever again.
Plus 10 juicy stories from the set of Mean Girls, the best performances from Sundance, and gift ideas for your bookish Valentine.
The band didn’t even bother to plug in their instruments for the Super Bowl halftime show. Updated: Bass guitarist Flea acknowledges that he pretended to play his instrument and responds with a message.
Are you angsty, very angsty, or extremely angsty?
Like, not quite Beyoncé level, but pretty awesome.
Spoiler: He is 18,721 days old.
Beyoncé is officially QUEEN of #ThrowbackThursday!
“Abracadabralifornia” is hilarious and they should probably play it at the Super Bowl. “Shopping Cart Escalator!”
Some complementary, some confusing, all classic. Whitney Houston and The Smiths?!
We’re officially halfway done with “fashion month.” Spoiler alert! Lots of Kelly Osbourne ahead.
Twelve rounds of the heated debates you and your best friends had back in the day.
In a rough chronological order, these are the most ’90s hits of the ’90s.
1993 was a magical time when people listened to Radiohead’s “Creep” by the pool and danced to both “Whoomp! (There It Is)” and “Whoot, There It Is.”
Album art looks really good on your kicks too.
In 1993, Anthony and Flea brought “charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent,” to Nirvana’s taping of MTV Live and Loud. WARNING: too much sexiness ahead.
After 24 seasons, it’d be easier to list who HASN’T been on the show. It’s still unclear whether or not Michael Jackson counts, though.
Phoenix with R. Kelly! The Postal Service reunited! Coachella does the “Harlem Shake”! Plus, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blur, Tegan and Sara, Major Lazer, and more.
These are the songs that capture what it really feels like to live in L.A. — both the great and the not-so-great.
The comedian and the drummer ran into each other in a buffet line once and Will made it awesome.
Wait, is Deadmau5’s real name Joel, or Bleepelmaxx?
The recently retired Red Wings legend received a standing ovation after being introduced by RHCP drummer and Detroit native Chad Smith.
My favorite moment of the “Under the Bridge” video, where his pecs jiggle wildly in the breeze.
He’s 48, BTW. Looks pretty good. “Look Around” is part of the Red Hot Chili Peppers latest album, “I’m With You.”