It’s recently come to my attention that it’s been a while since Drew Droege filmed one of his entertaining Chloe Sevigny videos. Thankfully, he realized this as well. Droege returns with another snippy and sharp-tongued clip. This time he combines pop culture references with his love for furry creatures. That’s right. It’s an ode to pets. Watch Drew channel his inner Jack Hanna as he works out his fierce outfits and accessories. Check out the recently-released clip below.
Have you seen those Dove “Real Beauty Sketches” commercials? It’s where women sit down with a forensics artist behind a white sheet to describe themselves. Then another person comes in to give their description of said person. The whole point of the campaign is to show women they’re more beautiful than they think. Regardless of gender, we truly our own worst critics.
A few parodies of the Dove creative have surfaced online. A few weeks ago, one showed men having an inflated opinion of themselves. They thought they looked like movie stars like Brad Pitt and George Clooney, but in reality they weren’t. As funny as that sketch was, this new #Balls parody is even funnier.
Only 4% of men around the world know how beautiful their balls are, according to the video description. Watch men discover that their soggy freckled balls are actually beautiful visions to behold. Check out the new parody below, along with the original Dove commercial.
Grabbing guys’ crotches, stroking poles and asking for a good drilling at Home Depot probably isn’t the best way to show you’re not gay. That’s exactly what Jesse P’s alter ego J Pee does in this parody clip titled, guess what… “I’m Not Gay.” The homo-bro rap track was written by Pepe himself and features lots of gratuitous shirtless shots and inappropriate touching. My kind of video ;)
I’m not sure exactly who Jesse Pepe is, but I did uncover a bit of info. He’s originally from Salt Lake City, but now lives in North Hollywood, California. Side note: What’s in the water in SLC? Is everyone a hot Mormon there? Pepe studied Musical Theatre at Weber State University. I can’t tell if he’s an aspiring actor or model. I found both an IMDB and Model Mayhem profile. What I do know is he’s cute and has great taste in male co-stars. Check out his hilarious claims about not being gay below.
What if you mixed Blossom’s characters and their signature hats with Girls‘ hipster vibe? You get a cute parody starring Jenna Von Oy. If you recall, Von Oy played the 90s sitcom’s titular character’s BFF, Six. It’s good to know that she’s working still, albeit in parody videos. Perhaps she can stage a real-life reunion on either of her former co-stars’ new shows- The Big Bang Theory (Mayim Bialik) and Melissa & Joey (Joey Lawrence).
In the clip, Jenna plays Six once again but this time channeling Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) from the HBO comedy. Stepping in to play Blossom is Kerri Doherty who impeccably takes on Hannah’s (Lena Dunham) voice and mannerisms. The 90s BFFs discuss the perils of STDs, secret babies and flowery hat collections. The best part of the clip is when Six tells Blossom that she had an affair with Blossom’s dad and that they have a child named Seven. LOL.
This is freaking awesome. I freaking love a good Disney Parody and this new sketch from College Humor is pretty bang on. The video is a parody of the new film, Spring Breakers which stars former Disney stars Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez who, with a couple other girls, let loose during Spring Break. Next summer, it’s the former Disney Princesses that take a turn and they “let looser.”
What happens in the Magic Kingdom, stays in the Magic Kingdom as four of the Disney Princesses decide to venture out for a wild vacation, showing a side of themselves we’ve never seen before. Abby Elliott (SNL) stars as Cinderella and joins her badass friends, Snow White, Ariel and Jasmine for one hell of an adventure. Jasmine suggests they rob Cinderalla’s “b*tch Stepmother” and then head on vacation for Spring Break. James Franco’s character is the Genie in this parody. Here are some of the best quotes from this faux trailer:
- Prince Charming: [To Cinderella as he holds glass slipper] “Wear this… and only this.”
- Jasmine: “Here goes, better throw my hand in, wish me happy landing… All I gotta do is… this bump.”
- Ariel: “Darling it’s better, down where it’s wetter, under the sheets.”
- Snow White: [as she eats an apple] “You just take one bite and it will f*ck you up.”
Watch the hilarious trailer below. It reminds me of The Real Housewives of Disney sketch they did on SNL. So good! Enjoy the video below.
This is exactly why I just adore this man. If you read my recent post about the beef between Adrienne Maloof and him, you know that the reunion specials are my favorite part of any Real Housewives season. After watching this promo vid featuring my silver fox Man Crush, I’m even more excited for the three-part RHOA reunion special starting on April 7. Coming off moderating back-to-back reunion specials for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Andy Cohen probably needs some downtime. I know I would after listening to women yell at each other for countless hours over petty topics ;)
In the clip, the 44-year-old Bravo exec parodies Justin Timberlake’s “I’m Ready.” If you recall, the “Suit & Tie” singer announced his comeback in the black and white video. In Cohen’s version, he drops multiple Housewives references while declaring his love for his stable of arguing women. “Housewives mean more to me more than anybody else in the world,” says Cohen in the clip. Duh!!! No question without them, Andy wouldn’t a Bravo-lebrity himself.
The promo below features some of the most memorable lines from RHOA this season including “Gone with the Wind fabulous,’ “Donkey booties,” and Porscha Stewart’s infamous blond moment about 265 days in a year. Other shows from the Housewives franchise are also represented in the clip like Ana’s mysterious folder of incriminating evidence she waved around during the Miami Season 2 reunion. My favorite part, though, is when Kenya Moore whips out her fan as Andy walks by. So draglicious. Check it out below.
I love a good disney parody and also love a good a cappella cover so the video below made me very happy. A YouTuber/Singer named Jon Cozart created a song called “After Ever After” that he sings a cappella with himself.
The “After Ever After” lyrics tell the story of several of your favorite Disney characters and what happened to them after they lived happily ever after. For example, here’s what happened to Ariel:
“I loved being princess down in — this beautiful ocean blue / But mermaids are going missing — they end up in someone’s stew / So just try to put yourself in — to somebody else’s gills / You’re killing my ecosystem — with fishing and oil spills / Thank you BP, thank you BP / The British are killing, oil is spilling / Now I can’t see… MY EYES! / Chinamen feast on Flounder’s fins / Plus the Japanese killed all my whale friends / Oceans are browning, I think I’m drowning / Thanks to BP / YOU SUCK!”
Other than Ariel, the other characters we learn about included Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, and Prince Ali. Enjoy!
The hilarious people at NonRandomNonSense have just uploaded a video titled “The Ultimate Anti-Gay Marriage Ad” and it’s so over-the-top yet bang on at the same time. The video pokes fun and the ridiculous and ignorant anti-gay marriage ads that have circulated over the past few years.
In the parody ad, a guy comes home from work and his wife greets him. He’s super bummed about something so his wife doesn’t hesitate to ask him what’s wrong. He drops the bomb that gays are trying to get married and she’s beyond shocked and terrified. Listening to the things they whine about is hilarious and things reach a whole new level when their little girl walks into the room.
As a side note, to give you an example of the humor of these guys, their YouTube account informs viewers, “New Video Every Time One Is Uploaded!” LOL. Enjoy the parody ad below.