“I was a little nervous about meeting her because her scene is so outrageous and I was afraid she might get on the set and balk. Not only did she not, but she thought the scene was too soft, and asked us to amp it up a little. We ended up coming up with a couple of things for her to do that weren’t scripted, but were insane. To give you an example [her scene] is about a couple (her and Stephen Merchant) who play Truth or Dare on a first date. Among other things she ended up sticking her bare breast into a bowl of guacamole. She couldn’t have been more fun to work with.”
I was in Las Vegas, performing with Second City at the time. I had sort of lost a little bit oflove for the art form of sketch comedy and made friends with the Blue Man Group guys. So I auditioned—and really went for it, too. The acting was easy, but the drumming was like not having my lines memorized. I was sweating cobalt blue. …I did feel a little bit like a boob when the geniuses at Arrested Development—and I mean that sincerely—made Tobias so fascinated with it. I was kind of like, ‘Aw, man. That was me.’ One hundred percent. But I like to think Mitch Hurwitz and the Arrested gang, in the back of their heads, were like, ‘No, it’s a cool show.’”
Steve Carell will not return to The Office before it goes off the air for good.
Dennis Haskins (Mr. Belding) is totally down for a Saved by the Bell reunion.
Nicole Richie cut her hair.
Steven Tyler played the bongos in close to no clothing the other day.
Look at Nick and Vanessa Lachey’s cute baby.
Rachel Ray’s husband might be a big cheater.
Adrienne Maloof’s boy toy is also Rod Stewart’s son.
Emma Watson guest-bartended at a bar in NYC.
Those are some fug shoes, Jennifer Lopez.
Lance Armstrong turned down Dancing with the Stars.
Shaggy is alive and well.
- A Silicon Valley college faked grades, dodged immigration authorities, and made a fortune, BuzzFeed News has found 💰🎓
- Scientists have discovered a strain of bacteria that is truly resistant to antibiotics in a U.S. patient for the first time.
- Here we go: Donald Trump has reached the number of delegates needed to be the Republican presidential nominee.