Several stars, including Amy Schumer, are pushing Ivanka Trump — who follows them on Instagram — to do more about family separations.
Audiences won't see the footage of Reese Witherspoon and Meryl Streep's ice cream encounter until "Big Little Lies" returns in 2019, but the scene is already providing plenty of entertainment.
Though she sought treatment as a teen, Paris Jackson says there's no truth to rumors that Demi Lovato's health scare has prompted her to return to rehab.
It's been 15 years since Britney Spears' song "Toxic" hit airwaves but it continues to be one of the great earworms, with the people of the planet still humming the song's hooks to themselves often. You're probably humming it to yourself now just reading this. You're welcome. Also, you're not alone. Dogs love it, too. Or, at least, one particular dog named Riley who sure as heck sounds like he's singing one of the song's memorable hooks. There was plenty of reaction and, yes, everyone agrees this is definitely what Riley, a very good boy, was doing. HES ON KEY tOO ?????? https://t.co/t7gDDZb519 — max (@Max_iac) July 22, 2018 IT’S LITERALLY IN THE SAME KEY — dev (@devonhiggins_) July 22, 2018 Even dogs know Toxic is the best song ever written https://t.co/ZFScdbK4CF — XYLØ (@xylo) July 22, 2018 this dog can sing better than you https://t.co/EB9f203Efv — wala na, finish na (@NeilBes12) July 22, 2018 And at several users even figured out how to get the clip of Riley into the song itself. pic.twitter.com/tZXavbk6Wc — Iago Hale (@IagoHale) July 22, 2018 Perfect match xD pic.twitter.com/vxjuChwNCf — Sub.Sound ｡◕ ‿ ◕｡ (@SubSoundMusic) July 22, 2018 LMFAOOOOOOO pic.twitter.com/zV70PNqv4y — Valeria 🤪🇨🇴 (@uhh_vale) July 22, 2018 Sometimes, I can't believe Twitter is free. Editor's note: Toxic is indeed the best song ever, and clearly you need to drop what you're doing right now and listen to the whole thing. Mashable is happy to provide. You're welcome . WATCH: Twitter stans turned Beyoncé and Jay-Z's new video into a meme
This Twitter rom-com has everything: quirky, fun characters, two beautiful personal trainers as the lead, a slow, flight-long unfolding tale of "will they or won't they?"
It's been five long years since The Office finale, but thankfully its supporters have ensured that the show will live on forever. Twitter user @The_life_of_ACE is the latest fan to continue the show's legacy in the best way possible: by splicing up 26 clips from the show's 9 seasons to create a beautiful rendition of the alphabet. SEE ALSO: Give this dog a Dundie for recreating the entire opening intro of 'The Office' "Someone did this with vines and I like The Office so here ya go," @The_life_of_ACE tweeted, referring to the museum worthy viral video that is the ABC's of Vine. Most fans of the show were thrilled with the video, and some even offered up their own suggestions for different letters. This is the only way to remember the ABC's now https://t.co/7Lo49UBiuP — Dumplin (@Dumplin5) June 24, 2018 I am deceased beyond repair 😂 incorporate in schools — Noel Phesoj (@Noelphesoj) June 24, 2018 A cinematic masterpiece 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 https://t.co/VAtNA1iATb — 🍯Alana Harris🌶 (@lannah_d) June 24, 2018 i'm MAD that W wasn't "WHERE'S THE TURTLES??? WHERE ARE THEY???" https://t.co/63SJcHDDlA — EGG BOI (@frecklebisexual) June 24, 2018 Though in the future if there ever is another version — and we're pretty sure there could be hundreds even with The Office clips alone — may we suggest this for 'R' instead? WATCH: This scene in 'A Quiet Place' looks like it's straight from 'The Office'
Jason Momoa is a joy to humanity, an icon among big, beefy men with giant hearts. Even though the 38-year-old left Game of Thrones ages ago, he lives on the hit HBO show in spirit, often posting celebratory messages about his wife-for-life Daenerys, and taking adorable videos with Emilia Clarke at every available opportunity. His Instagram, which features photos of him cuddling with dogs, cruising on his bike, and rocking out on his drums, is a daily burst of positive energy.
Luckily for The Daily Show‘s Trevor Noah, his standup date in London overlapped with the royal wedding. This gave the Johannesburg-born comedian plenty of material to work with, and his take on racial and social implications of the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry was spot on — especially since he probably wrote most of the jokes that day. Noah delivered an extended explanation of how the wedding would have gone if it was “a real black wedding,” which included an impression of a Nigerian uncle who would have ridden in the carriage with the couple, reminding them he paid for it.
You know what a Royal Wedding means? Royal memes. Prince Harry and Megan Markle wed on Saturday, drawing attention from across the globe. And when all eyes are drawn to a single event, there will be memes. Oh, there will be memes. SEE ALSO: Lifetime just released a movie about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in honor of their upcoming wedding Of course, attire was a natural place to poke some fun. I love the internet. 😂 #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/3GHKRobOSi — J!M ☜═㋡ (◣﹏◢) (@JMOxQ__) May 19, 2018 Pippa Middleton received a ton of attention for her dress, which looked an awful lot like that $.99 can of Arizona Green Tea Pippa's dress looks like the Arizona iced tea can #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/pZCHVqNXYD — Sarah Rogers (@sarahnrogers) May 19, 2018 Some noted that parts of the wedding looked like something straight out of a Disney movie. This is everything 🙌🏻🙌🏻 #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/de8gOhUzbM — Danielle (@danimansuttii) May 19, 2018 disney can be real #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/Xx6hi0SLJ1 — fatima// exams (@Mendesloved) May 19, 2018 Harry may be older, but some things never change. Something will never change #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/G2QMVAzSTt — Potatoes O'Brien (@MerySkyDylan) May 19, 2018 This little excited dude drew some attention. Same bro. Absolutely same. pic.twitter.com/fvyL6jddwu — Mark Di Stefano 🤙🏻 (@MarkDiStef) May 19, 2018 And so did the contrast between Princess Charlotte and Prince George's enthusiasm. princess charlotte is me at the beginning of the school year and prince george is me .05 seconds into the semester #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/f5zdxziVA6 — ❁ (@warnerdraco) May 19, 2018 People really wanted to know what Prince Harry and Prince Williams were chatting about here. “Did you bring the rings?”.....”no I didn’t”*shrigs* — RealSarahDee (@realsarahdee) May 19, 2018 Victoria and David Beckham's attire looked a little ... funeral-esque. Victoria and David Beckham.Image: Getty ImagesSo naturally ... Victoria Beckham at the #RoyalWedding looks good yeah! pic.twitter.com/0MHBXY4NWf — Alan C 🇪🇺🇮🇪 (@_A1_C) May 19, 2018 And one person spotted that multiple women wore the same dress to the wedding that Meghan wore when she met the Queen. OMG one of the guests is wearing the same outfit from when Meghan met the queen in the Lifetime movie! 😱 #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/9SxDO6k2i9 — Michaela (@lifeofaladybear) May 19, 2018 UPDATE: I JUST SPOTTED ANOTHER WOMAN WEARING THE SAME DRESS! #MyWorstFear #RoyalWedding pic.twitter.com/gzWrLKEcfx — Michaela (@lifeofaladybear) May 19, 2018 Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up here for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It's fun – we promise. WATCH: To protect your loose change from sneaky thieves, use this maze puzzle box
There seems to be a pattern of optimal greatness here, and it's crystal clear why Fenty Beauty was also awarded "Invention of the Year" by Time in 2017.
Most Broadway fans are guilty of having put on a private performance or two of Les Miserables. But I bet it didn't sound nearly as professional as the LeBaron family's near-perfect rendition of "One Day More." The Utah family from Fruit Heights took on the classic musical's climactic number on Easter Sunday, and their performance sparked the fire of the French revolution in millions on the internet. “Anyone looking to do Les Miserables for their next show? Better yet…anyone looking for an entire cast?” wrote Jordon LeBaron in the Facebook post. For fans of the musical, his brother Landon's killer performance as Javert is almost enough to help us forget the brutal massacre that was Russell Crowe's attempt at the role in the 2012 movie. On KUTV, Jayson LeBaron explained that his ridiculously talented family didn't happen by accident. "We've all grown up singing together and we all married musically talented people," he said. The siblings participated in musical theater throughout high school and college. Their dad always helped with accompaniment on piano, while their mom took on the role of "musical director." "Music has been a unifying thing in our family, though we are all over Utah now from Kaysville to Salt Lake to St. George; we come together in the good times and during the trials with music keeping us real, and keeping us together, and keeping us happy." Although if you're asking this tough critic, the babies are not pulling their weight at all. I mean did you hear how flat that gurgle sounded?
Six-year-old Carden Corts delivered a hilarious weather forecast that quickly went viral. His dad, Charlie, spoke to Yahoo Entertainment about the making of this internet gem.
Ethan Renoe has become a viral sensation. A WGN TV news report about the unusually warm weather in Chicago featured him jogging shirtless on Sunday. While on the broadcast showing off his hot bod, Ethan said, “I love running in the rain. And I’m also single, so give me a shout.” This sent the Internet into a frenzy, and in less than 24 hours the video has gotten over 2 million views on Facebook. Ethan was on WGN TV again the following morning and said the response has been crazy. ...
The good people of Buffalo are well accustomed to wintry snowfall, but last week’s lake-effect shellacking was extreme even for Western New York standards, with a record eight feet falling in some areas. Visit Buffalo Niagara enlisted local singer Michele Marie Roberts to sing and record the latest in a seemingly endless line of Frozen parodies, but one that feels entirely warranted. "People who aren’t from Buffalo have this notion that when it snows we are all trapped in our houses," Roberts tells Yahoo Movies. "And while it was certainly the case for a few days this week, there is so much more to us than snow (and chicken wings). We have outdoor skating rinks, winter festivals, great skiing just an hour from here and amazing people. People came out of the woodwork to help neighbors, friends, strangers with everything from getting them their medications to digging out their cars. So I think we embrace our snow reputation like champs." After recording the parody (written by Karen Healy), Roberts and a film crew headed by John Paget took to the streets to shoot the accompanying video.