February 20, 2012
I never would have thought that one of my favorite Whitney tributes would come from a dancing grandma. But then this lady showed up and made "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" her own.
Today would have been Kurt Cobain's 45th birthday. To celebrate here are 45 of the best photos of the late Nirvana front man.
Guy should learn when to stay down. This goes on for a CRAZY long time.
Perhaps it's time for Ice to take a vacation. Plus, Alec Baldwin campaigns to the undecided voters, Carrot Top goes skydiving, and Dan Harmon is about to play television-themed board games with his parents.
This commercial for Neet is nearly 30 years old, but that doesn't mean we can't swoon over a young John Stamos in all of his feathered-hair glory. Finally, we discover the key to Uncle Jesse's heart -- smooth legs!
It comes three flavors – "eternal torment," "abysmal darkness," and "cheese."
Apparently, as long as a party involves copious booze, drugs, and fire, it'll probably be a good night. However, it then becomes equally apparent how strange it is that people even survive these things.
Today the star of "Mob Wives," Big Ang, stopped by Wendy Williams' talk show to perform a mix of oscar-nominated movie scenes. Here's "Thelma And Louise."
I dare you to look at this list.
You know how you're always like, "I love the Super Mario Bros. theme, but I wish it had a massive drop in it!" Yeah. Well, turns out there's a whole genre. These are sick.
I'm guessing this was written by A.J. This very public airing of family grievances would be sad if it weren't so caustically hilarious. Spotted in the Tampa Tribune.
Stop encouraging him! Also, did you know eating cats is a misdemeanor in California? These and other Buzz that flew under the radar await your clicking pleasure.
A campaign advisor dismisses the polls and the media's doomsday narrative. "Once a message and resources are concentrated in a state... the numbers tend to move," he says.
The view from Amsterdam: A "crazy extreme Catholic" with "a surreal view of the Netherlands." "We kill the elderly like there's no tomorrow," jokes a daily newspaper.
I mean, it's still sexy and all, but it's just not a perfect system.
Have a happy and unnerving Presidents Day! Here are a bunch of papier-mache Obamas from all over the world.
Central and Eastern England are in for some pretty nasty weather this weekend. Or some pretty awesome weather. Depends who you ask, really.
Following in the completely-unnecessary footsteps of Courtney Stodden, Coco decided to go on national television to prove that her butt is 100% real. This clip is from today's edition of "The Doctors".
He suggested in 2008 that Mainline Protestants aren't real Christians. "All we do is driven by Jesus Christ's call to care for his people," says a spokeswoman.
What could be more beautiful than Spring baseball? Workouts are now underway for the majority of Major League pitchers and catchers (along with the most dedicated of position players). Here are the best photos from the first day. I don't care what Sean Bean or a groundhog says, spring is coming.
Take Earth back. The Reapers have arrived.
They are exact physical opposites.
Last night -- on two separate coasts -- the writers of our favorite movies, documentaries, and television series enjoyed a night of recognition. Herewith, a roundup of how everybody dressed for the occasion and who went home with awards.
My favorite part about this video is that it was shared by Novak Djokovic himself with the hashtag #loveanimals. As if being hot and ripped and good at tennis wasn't enough for him, he had to throw in #loveanimals? Can't he give the rest of us some chance here? (via @DjokerNole)
Because you're never too old to watch cartoons on your days off.
So much passion. Hopefully How I Met Your Mother picks up on these musical talents.
One small fling for bird, one quantum leap for birdkind. March 22nd marks the day that productivity drops in the workplace by 1000%.
She comes out for Lincoln, Washington in this new video that's overlaid with excerpts of her speech last fall in Iowa.
I'm sure her parents are proud.
A paid speech by the former candidate costs about as much as one from former Senator Chris Dodd, a source tells BuzzFeed.
1 of every 4 Minnesotans belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, and they just voted as a whole to oppose the proposed Minnesota gay marriage ban. This is awesome.
I bet his hamster has a sick handle. (via The Basketball Jones)
Clowns and little people and bulls...oh, my. Here are some frankly weird images of dwarf bullfighting in Colombia and Mexico. Plus some not-so-little people dressed as Smurfs, Captain America and Superman for some reason.
How about that.
A middle-aged Swedish man was found alive in a car after sitting in it for the past two months, with only ice and snow to keep him alive. The man had driven off the road and gotten stuck in snow drifts. Experts think he went into a kind of human hibernation.
It's pretty much the best. Did you know that his last name was actually Szekely?
Who would have ever thought that an elaborate fake television show referenced on an episode of "Community" would become an actual series? This has to be good news in regards to the possible cancelation of the show that spawned it, right?
Celebrate your day off with this gallery of defiled U.S. currency.
Your favorite TV drama returns after its unbelievably-long hiatus on March 25th -- a mere 34 days from today! To hold you over, check out these three teaser promos from AMC titled "Don Is Back," "Roger Is Back," and "Mad Men Is Back" and let's all speculate as to what everything clip included in here actually means!
An unreleased Nicki Minaj music video called "Dirty Money" leaked last night. I miss this Nicki.
On last night's "Family Guy," Ricky Gervais added another title to his ever-expanding repertoire: the voice of a dolphin. Here are Billy Finn's funniest moments from last night's episode.
Alternate title: "3 balls 1 dog." Let's see your boring cat try to do this.
His recent string of over-the-top comments hasn't done any lasting damage to his campaign. Are we more conservative — on gay rights, and women's roles — than we think?
The best moment from last night's premiere of "The Celebrity Apprentice" occurred when Lou Ferrigno took off his shirt during a team challenge and George Takei happened to like it. In his words: "I don't know how old Lou is now, but what a treat."
It looks like he apologized to the wrong kid, but it's the thought that counts. What a guy.
The WBC photoshopped a picture of themselves at Whitney Houston's funeral and tried to pass it off as real. They're getting more and more pathetic every day.
Can we please stop it with the Asian jokes? I know, I know...the guy holding it is Asian, but that's hardly an excuse.
Rick Santorum doesn't understand why the radical left doesn't share the right's same fervor for fighting radical Islam. In a 2007 speech to Oklahoma University College Republicans hit the pro-feminist, pro-gay, pro-civil rights, pro-reason over faith left for not taking on radical Islamists.
Sooo, this happened at the Knicks game yesterday.
Rick Santorum yesterday compared the danger posed by Barack Obama's Administration to the “great peril” of the second World War, and warned of the time when Americans were complacent about “this guy over in Europe." He's gotten himself into trouble with Hitler references before, as in this 2005 floor speech, when he compared Senate Democrats to the Fuhrer.
Not too shabby.