Back in the fall, James Franco denied that he was dating Ashley Benson, one of his Spring Breakers co-stars but if this video is any indication, the two celebs are having a lot of fun behind closed doors. Whether they are together or not, the video you’re about to watch is bizarre and hilarious nonetheless.
The video that he posted on his WhoSay account is a lip-sync parody of Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend” and Franco is even dressed like Bieber as well. Ashley pretends to be Selena Gomez and humps the ground and shakes her ass for the camera. There’s a third girl that appears later in the video and if I’m not mistaken, it’s none other than Dave Franco, wearing a wig. Man I love those brothers. They’re so hot & hilarious. LOL.
Expect to see lots from the Franco’s this year as they both have a lot on the go as their careers continue to explode. Enjoy the video parody below.
Before I begin, I just wantto give Mark Hurst and Mike Reis a virtual standing ovation. The amount of work that went into this video project is astounding. It’s one thing to do a parody but to film one scene-by-scene to replicate the original is painstaking work. I respect their dedication and love for 80s girl group Bananarama.
Hurst and Reis better known as Bearnanarama are a couple of adorable bears who apparently are obsessed with Bananarama of “Venus” fame. The duo who reside in Washington state channeled their inner pop divas and donned frilly outfits to recreate one of the girls’ most recent music video, “Move In My Direction“. The result is a charming clip serving as a love letter to the UK group. Who says bears hibernate in the winter? Check out the fruits of these bears’ labor below.
I don’t typically like writing about Kim Kardashian (I leave that to the other Homorazzi cast), but I just had to share this one. It features Beyonce going a little cray cray upon hearing about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s pregnancy. As you would expect, she’s not looking forward to Kimye’s offspring potentially outshining her precious Blue Ivy. Remember when she tried to get her kid’s name trademarked? LOL.
Obviously, it’s not Bey herself but someone pretending to be her. I probably should say embodying her instead of pretending. Girlfriend does a spectacular job of mimicking her talking voice and singing inflections. Love the shout out to sister Solange Knowles while holding a bag of Cheetos. Check out the clip below.
How’s that for a title? Since Bravo decided to take the day off today for Christmas Eve and not air a brand new episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills tonight (shame on you Andy Cohen), I thought this clip could tide you over til next week’s show. Well, not really, but it’s better than nothing. I’m a Housewives junkie and any fix I can get, I’ll take. I’m sure I’m not alone.
Jimmy Kimmel, who like myself, is a little tired from all the seasonal programming decided to breathe new life into a beloved classic. Using dialogue from the current season of RHOBH with scenes from the 1964 classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, the comedian creates magic that any Housewives addict will appreciate. It’s complete with lots of “bitches” and other expletives been thrown around. Sounds like your typical family gathering at your local neighborhood trailer park ;)
It’s definitely a sight seeing Rudolph curse his little heart out courtesy of Brandi “truth cannon” Glanville. I almost lost it when the snowman came out being voiced by Andy Cohen. Check out the freshened animated classic below.
GIRL OH SHIT LOOK THE MAYANS ARE HERE!
I CANNOT! Let me set this up for you, I’m not a big fan of parodies. Half the time they are awful and the other half of the time they are REALLY awful. It’s only rarely do you get a really clever parody.
Peppermint’s parody of Azealia Banks’ “212” is probably my favorite parody of the entire year, and how fitting that it comes at the end of the year right? Peppermint is NYC drag ROYALTY and in this parody she pretty much hits all the hilarious cliche’s of the end of the year, but it’s not until 1:54 min mark when she kicks in that HILARIOUS CHORUS that had me SCREAMING at the top of my lungs! It is SO FUNNY! Trust you have to watch it, Peppermint is definitely one to watch for the next year if she keep pumping out stuff like this.
Take a look at the video, trust me you won’t be disappointed!
I recently came across this movie trailer for a “pretend” film called Cereal Killers and I just had to share it with you.
Get your spoons & bowls ready because this summer, Captain Crunch, Lucky the Leprechaun, and Trix Rabbit are teaming up to take down the Quaker, a psychotic health nut bent on global cereal domination. His evil plan is to take down all of the sugary cereals. General Mills meets with Captain Crunch to brief him on the news and in order to take Quaker down, he’s going to need the help of Lucky and Trix.
This summer, breakfast fights back and they’re going to do whatever it takes to take Quaker down. One of my favorite parts happens towards the end when Trix pulls a gun on one of Quaker’s troops. The soldier says, “You expect me to believe you actually put a bullet in there? It’s clearly a trick.” The rabbit responds, “Tricks are for kids.” LOL. Enjoy!
Hello America. It’s recently come to my attention that Drew Droege has never done a Christmas video before. Shame on him. Tsk, tsk. His Chloe Sevigny impersonations have covered the wonders of Summer, Hallowe’en, Memorial Day and even Valentine’s Day. Thankfully, he’s back and wearing that layered blond wig once again. This time he’s sharing his thoughts about the holiday season. Let the Yuletide fun begin.
For his festive new video, Chloe rocks sheer blouses, animal prints, plenty of accessories and floral pants to reveal what her true love has given during the 12 days of Chrisss-mas. I just love her hilarious mispronunciations. Her gifts include a crib of childish animals, murder of crows, a Louis Vuitton bindlestick, Mamie Gummer (The WB’s Emily Owens, M.D.) and even a crisp slap. Chloe’s love is certainly very generous. Looks like Chloe has been more nice than naughty this year.
Watch the video below and see what else she scored from her true love. Personally, I want what she got on Day 4. Ooh na na.
“Who’s that girl? (Who’s that girl?)” It’s not Jess (Zooey Deschanel) but rather Muriel Rosenberg. If you watch New Girl and wondered what the sitcom would be like without some hipster adorkable girl playing the lead, but rather a cranky senior citizen… wonder no more. New York sketch comedy group Paulilu produced a wonderfully charming parody of the hit FOX comedy with that very scenario.
Played by Helen Slayton-Hughes, the old version of Jess spews off age-appropriate pop culture references like silent film stars (Rudolph Valentino) or vintage mystery programs (Murder She Wrote). The Schmidt in the clip is bang-on with the mannerisms of original one on the show. Speaking of bang, the Schmidt in the Old Girl clip gets a bit of “schimdt” on a lucky girl’s face ;)
One of my favorite parts of the clip is when Muriel’s BFF Zelda who has bowel issues comes over. The visual of Zelda hurrying to the bathroom is hilarious. The funniest part of the clip is that I can actually see this being a sitcom. Quickly, network execs. Start working on development stat. Watch the Old Girl parody below.