Another Halloween has come and gone, which means that now there is only one thing to do: Monday-morning celeb costume stalking. From Kim K. going as herself, to Viola Davis' daughter wearing the cutest costume in the world this year hit a new high of creative with a side dish of hilarious (here's looking at you, Katy Perry). Check out the celebs who did Halloween extra right:
1. Ellen DeGeneres as "Karla Kardashian," the long-lost member of the fam.
2. Josh Duhamel and Fergie as Karl Lagerfeld and Choupette (his cat)
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On Sunday night, I sat down in front of the TV with a slice of pepperoni pizza as Miss America 2016 started. Typically, I tend to avoid programs like this because I seriously take issue with the homogenized look of every woman up there. This year the parade of skinny, tan, fit, bathing suit-clad women walked along to Worth It by Fifth Harmony ft. Kid Ink featuring lyrics like “Give it to me, I’m worth it. Read More
You probably saw Humans of New York’s heartbreaking photo of a little boy, head in his hands, with the caption, “I’m homosexual and I’m afraid about what my future will be and that people won’t like me.” It quickly went viral, getting nearly 59,000 shares (and counting) on Facebook. Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton and talk show guru Ellen Degeneres showed their support on Friday.
“Prediction from a grown-up: your future will be amazing,” Clinton wrote in a Facebook comment. Read More
BY Claire Filipek
on Apr 30, 2014
Baddiewinkle’s Instagram captures all of the social media lingo, poses, trends, and hashtags so well that it sometimes seems like satire. This sassy lady promises to “steal your man” and even strives to be on the Ellen show while posting psychedelic selfies and twerking.
It’s almost as thought she went through a teen girl’s Instagram and duplicated her wardrobe, poses, and captions.
Exhibit A: Baddiewinkle reppin a peace sign and a shirt that says "90’s child" with the caption: “sup. Read More
BY Mary Rockcastle
on Apr 07, 2014
Get ready for it; we’re about to see a bunch of white males scrambling for the Late Show spot now that David Letterman has announced his retirement. The current top contenders include Jon Stewart, Jay Leno, Craig Ferguson, and Conan O’Brien. *yawn*
Men have traditionally hosted late night television because of the outdated gendered blocking of Television viewing times. Read More