You've gotta laugh at the Oscars red carpet sometimes. All the stars are out to make a big splash, but unlike the Grammys, none of them want to be too wacky. The Academy takes itself seriously (just ask Sasha Baron Cohen), and on the red carpet, its attendees do the same.Unfortunately, last night ... More >>
The state of Texas has bestowed upon this country many cultural delights: SXSW, phenomenal barbecue, and most importantly, Gary Busey. The man has the greatest set of teeth in history (they're perfect to Photoshop on sharks), and he's decided to use them to give back to the great state of his bir ... More >>
If there is one area that seems more vagina-friendly than ever these days, it's comedy; Cameron Diaz agreed when we interviewed her. Just take a look at the biggest ladies of the moment: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Kristin Wiig -- strong, talented, respected women whose success has them rolling in cas ... More >>
Tina Fey. Not only is she a Bossypants, but the Philadelphia-born comedian, writer, and producer is also a hater -- according to fellow Philadelphian and NBC co-worker Questlove. The afro-picked drummer went on Bravo's new late night show, Watch What Happens: Live, and called Fey out for not sho ... More >>
Oh, you're still complaining about the Facebook redesign? Just be grateful the site didn't lead to you being shot by a man you thought was a woman. Jacksonville, Florida resident and Twitter enthusiast Christopher Harris had only recently returned to the cold embrace of Mark Zucker ... More >>
Photo by Chas Bowens The Blow's Khaela Maricich.Khaela Maricich has no problem sharing the most personal details of her life with the public. Over the last week alone, she's told the world about the embarrassing dance move she performed at a New Year's Eve Party, her admiration for Tina Fey, a ... More >>
Tea Party favorite Palm Beach-area Rep. Allen West will not have his good name tarnished by any gay nonsense, no sir. The social conservative and staunch opponent of gay rights fired an intern after the poor kid retweeted a pro-gay message by the Scissor Sisters.
The combined out-of-control forces of Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears and Paris Hilton really don't even come close to the sheer disaster that is Charlie Sheen's life. In just his latest episode, the Two and a Half Men star went on an alleged alcohol and cocaine fueled naked rampage in which h ... More >>
Jimmy didn't win any Emmys last night, in case you were wondering.If you were watching the exhibition game, True Blood, or the tons of other TV competition, the 2010 Emmys were also last night. Jimmy Fallon hosted, there were a lot of navy dresses on the red carpet, and George Clooney was there. ... More >>
via TMZFresh off a skanky smack down at the hands of Tina Fey on this weekend's Saturday Night Live, Michelle "Bombshell" McGee is set to guest host at LIV. Yes, the lady famous for flirting with Nazi propaganda and giving Sandra Bullock's husband full range of her tattooed body will be coming to ... More >>
When Tina Fey in character as Sarah Palin joked that, "You know, we've got to accompany tax reduction and tax relief for Americans. Also, having a Dollar Value Meal at restaurants, that's going to help," I thought maybe she had a point. People always have to eat, regardless of the economy, but when ... More >>
If you haven't realized that 30 Rock is the single best thing regularly on the teevee right now Riptide pities you. Last night's episode centered around Liz Lemon's high school reunion. Alec Baldwin's fictional NBC Exec Jack Donaghy offers Liz a hitch on the comapny jet on his why to Miami. Why is J ... More >>
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