Lately I’ve come to the realization that I use emojis A LOT when I’m texting Tyrell or texting friends. There are just so many options and I get so much amusement out of trying to tell a story with those tiny cartoon images. All of that said, the emojis don’t totally translate and are an exaggeration of whatever it is you’re trying to communicate or get across.
To poke fun at the whole world of these iPhone Emojis, a group of people decided to make a short video about two friends discussing and planning out their night through Emojis. Props to Molly Mulshine who wrote and directed the video, and also to the actors that include Eva Silver-Smith, Molly Mulshine and Jeff Plate.
Most of the Emojis they use and reenact I’ve totally used and this video just makes me want to use the more. LOL. Enjoy the funny video below.
Last night, Britney Spears debuted her new brunette look at the Elton John’s AIDS Foundation Academy Awards viewing party. People Magazine reports that complimenting her new look, she work a sparkly black Michael Cinco gown with some Grisogono jewels, and Saint Laurent shoes. Everyone was apparently buzzing about how good she looked.
Britney went brunette back in 2006, 2007, and twice in 2009 and it was hit and miss. If you recall, she had rich dark hair on the cover of her Blackout album. I’d have to say that of all the times she’s gone brunette, this one is the best and she looks fantastic.
Check out her new look below!
Within just three months of their inception, N&B had already played such fabulous venues as Royce Hall in Los Angeles have have been featured as a musical guest on CONAN. At a recent performance at Live at the Largo in LA, the duo covered Riskay’s hit single “Smell Yo Dick,” with Mullally’s real life hubby, Nick Offerman (Parks & Recreation) joining in partway through.
The live performance was filmed and it’s definitely worth watching below. I don’t have enough Megan Mullally in my life these days. This was the perfect fix. Enjoy!
Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, in addition to debuting his hilarious Movie: The Movie: 2V trailer, Kimmel had the stars of White House Down on his show, Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum on the show. Foxx is so fond of his co-star, he decided to share a song he wrote called “Channing All Over Your Tatum.” LOL. Dirty!
As he beings the song, Foxx sings, “I see a pretty lady all across the bar, she smiles at me and gets right in my car and I know… I wanna Channing all over her Tatum.” Kimmel gives himself gives it a shot and sings, “It’s Oscar night and I feel blessed, I got Magic Mike and Django as my special guests, I wanna… Channing all over you Tatum.”
At first Tatum was uncomfortable with his name being used as dirty song lyrics, but then he got into it and got on top of the piano and harnessed his Magic Mike stripper moves while Fox sang away. Watch the funny and sexy video below.
As promised, after The Oscars last night Jimmy Kimmel debuted his Movie: The Movie: 2V trailer and in case you missed it, we’ve got it for you to check out below. The hilarious movie parody video features 21 celebrities and tells the epic story of a world threatened by sexy vampires, sexy zombies, sexy mummies, and sexy leprechauns.
The cast includes: Rachel Weisz, Armie Hammer, Topher Grace, Jessica Chastain, Jude Law, Gerard Butler, Bryan Cranston, John Krasinski, Oprah Winfrey, Bradley Cooper, Kerry Washington, Guillermo Rodriguez, Jason Schwartzman, Chris Rock, Salma Hayek, Bruno Mars, Amanda Seyfried, Channing Tatum, Samuel L. Jackson, Wolf Blitzer, and even Matt Damon.
Kimmel plays the man who leads the charge of people who fight to stop the Sexpocalypse. Some of my favorite moments include when Kimmel calls Oprah (who plays the president) and she hangs up on him, when Matt Damon is told to pretend he’s eating a big sandwich but they really just want him to look like he’s giving head, and when Kimmel shouts, “Release the Tatum!” and a giant Channing Tatum comes out that fights the sexy monsters by thrusting from his manhood. Watch the epic and hilarious video below.
Demi Lovato was set to release her new song, “Heart Attack” on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show on March 4, but instead they decided to release it early and it’s now making it’s rounds online. Seacrest tweeted, “Surprise! We’re premiering @ddlovato‘s new song “#HeartAttack” TONIGHT!! Go listen now.”
The song is really catchy and has a really strong hook – I loving the chorus! Leading into the chorus, Lovato sings, “I’m putting my defences up / Cause I don’t wanna fall in love / If I ever did that, I think I’d have a heart attack.” I have no doubt that the song will be a hit – especially considering her the additional fans she gained from being everyone’s favorite judge on The X Factor this past season.
Listen to the 20-year-old pop star’s new single below and share your thoughts in the comments!
The 85th Annual Academy Awards took place on Sunday and were hosted by funny man, Seth MacFarlane. I enjoyed his opening monologue, first making fun of himself, Ben Affleck, Mel Gibson, Tommy Lee Jones, Chris Brown and Rihanna, and more. Captain Kirk (William Shatner) then came onto the big screen and critiqued MacFarlane’s performance thus far. As a sidenote, I think Amy Poehler and Tina Fey did it better on the Golden Globes:)
Macfarlane performed a musical number called “We Saw Your Boobs,” a sock-puppet version of the movie Flight, and the sexy Charlize Theron and Channing Tatum took to the stage for dance. Daniel Radcliffe and Joseph Gordon-Levitt joined in the fun with a song, and MacFarlane hit on Sally Field backstage.
Some of the other highlights include Adele singing “Skyfall,” the Oscars Musical Tribute featuring Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jennifer Hudson, and the Les Miserable cast, Shirley Bassey singing “Goldfinger,” and Barbra Streisand singing “Memories”. Watch these performances below.
The 85th Annual Academy Awards took place on Sunday, bringing together Hollywood’s finest to soak up each other’s awesomeness as they are honored for the best in cinema in the past year. The evening was hosted by the hilarious Seth MacFarlane who did a great job.
I loved all of the heartfelt speeches and enjoyed that First Lady Michelle Obama came in a live video stream from the White House to help Jack Nicholson announce the winner for Best Picture… which turned out to be Argo. Ben Affleck, who directed and starred in the film, delivered a really genuine and emotional acceptance speech, ending the show on a great note.
Check out the list of winners below and share your thoughts in the comments as to if you were surprised by any of the wins.