Hate speech: Not a good look. MediaTakeOut.com reported this afternoon that Tyga was forced to dance at gunpoint outside a diner following a recent concert in Canada. Here's the anti-gay, transphobic tweet the rapper issued as a response.
Khloe Kardashian proves once again that she's the best Kardashian (even if she's not a real Kardashian). Here she is telling Jay Leno on Tuesday's "Tonight Show" that she not only predicted her sister's 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries wouldn't last, but also made clear to Kim her reservations about the union--and there were a lot of them!--before the fateful knot was (ever so loosely) tied.
When Abby Lee Miller put Kendall on probation at the beginning of tonight's "Dance Moms," her mother, Jill, went predictably postal. What happened next, however, shocked everyone. Here's everything you need to know about the episode--and its drama--in the form of my four-minute video recap.
I want to go to there. This particular formation is an example of Undulatus asperatus--meaning "agitated waves"--which was proposed as a separate cloud classification in 2009 by... wait for it... the founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society. (I'm serious.)
Hit, miss, or No1Curr? Here's the first promotional spot teasing Lindsay Lohan's return this weekend as host of "Saturday Night Live," which I caught moments ago during a "Tonight Show" commercial break.
They make it too easy for him. From the opening segment of tonight's "Daily Show."
Spoiler alert: Not much happened. Monday night's "Watch What Happens Live" boasted Nick Jonas as a guest. How did Jonas' squeaky clean personality adapt to fit a show known for Andy Cohen's brand of relaxed, risqué discussion? Well, it didn't--which made things somewhat awkward.
"Rick, I'm sorry that hearing that JFK speech on religion makes you throw up. But if it makes you feel any better, if JFK were alive today, knowing you were running for President would make him shit his pants." From Monday's "Daily Show." Come for Jon Stewart's Rick Santorum smackdown, stay for his Mitt Romney one!
Gauze, Nina. Yes, Gauze, like I said before. Because you had your wisdom tee--GAUZE. G-A-U-Z-E. GAUZE!
This is really cool. Cinematic supercut maker kogognada--who gave us every "Breaking Bad" POV shot, among others--is back with "Tarantino From Below," featuring all of Quentin Tarantino's famous "Trunk shots" (and its variants).
"Something's going on here. I mean, she is slight." The one person not paying attention to Angelina Jolie's right leg during the Oscars? Bill O'Reilly, who was "taken aback" at "the arms on her" and made his concern for Jolie's "mighty slim" frame public on tonight's "Factor."
What she said. It's your 2012 Oscars Best Picture category profanity reel! (via The Daily What)
Who knew the former Queen of Daytime could kick so much ass? Oprah Winfrey was the special guest tonight on Jimmy Kimmel's live post-Oscars broadcast. After some chitchat, Kimmel played footage of a meeting he'd "had" with Winfrey, during which he pitched her on some unconventional show concepts--"Oprah REPOs Her Favorite Things" and "Book Club Fight Club," for example--for her fledgling network, OWN.
What really lies (and sits, and jumps) at the end of a three-hour awards show? Uggie does.
This concerns me. Tim Gunn was one of ABC's pre-Oscars red carpet correspondents. Unfortunately, Gunn's intros and outros--along with basically every other part of his performance--weren't quite as ravishingly fabulous as the famous women he had the privilege of interviewing.