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Actress and singer Bella Thorne, best known from the Disney Channel show Shake It Up and MTV's Scream, officially came out on Twitter after speculation from several Snapchat posts.  After a fan asked her, she replied with a simple yes. Since then, many fans have shipped her and the girl popping up in so many of her adorable Snapchats, Bella Pendergast. We must admit, the idea of Bella squared gives us all sorts of happy feels.   She even posted this sweet message on Instagram for Pendergast's birthday. Thorne has received a ton of...
On Last Week Tonight, Oliver dropped a simple solution for Mr. Donald Trump: Drop out. Beyond the obvious fact that this means we would definitely not have “a racist voodoo doll made of discarded cat hair” (thank you, John Oliver, for that little gem) as our president, Oliver says this is the best way for Trump to make himself an actual legend instead of America's punchline.  “It seems that you have two really bad options here," says Oliver. "If you keep going, you’re going to spend the next...
Who lives, who dies, who tells your story... *Phillipa Soo voice* Aubrey Pla-zaaa That’s right: Aubrey Plaza and Alia Shawkat are starring in a new version of Hamilton. And they’re not playing Angelica and Eliza Schuyler — they’re playing Hamilton and Burr. We’ll hold for your screams. Hamilton fans may already be aware that earlier this summer, Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda announced that he’d be hosting an episode of Comedy Central’s Drunk History. If you’ve never seen Drunk History before, please remedy that now: Each episode...
As a queer individual, the search for quality TV shows or movies that honestly and accurately represent queer romance often feels like a never-ending and fruitless endeavor. Not surprisingly, the search is especially difficult if one is seeking a realistic representation of the trans experience. Yes, thankfully shows like Transparent exist — I adore Transparent and am currently re-watching the entire series for the fifth time — but it’s no secret that the leading transgender character in the show is played by a cis-gendered man,...
If Barb Holland isn’t your favorite character on Stranger Things, you’re wrong. Now, she even has a “sensitive rap tribute” about her. If only we could all be so lucky…YouTube comedy channel Dr. Chorizo Productions posted the tribute to our queen, titled “R.I.P. Barb.”   The song begins by laying out the storyline of the Netflix series—“Joyce is freaking out / trying to find her son / 11’s in the restaurant / stealing fries like a bum”—before turning to Barb —“I only got eyes for one chick...
Showing that tweeting really can get you somewhere, Leslie Jones is being sent to Rio by NBC after live-tweeting the first few days of the Olympics in a hilarious way only she can accomplish. Needless to say, Leslie would be a mjaor step up from some of the NBC commentators — like Dan Hicks, who credited Hungarian swimmer Katinka Hosszu’s husband, Shane Tusup, for her record-breaking win in the 400-meter individual medley this past Saturday, saying “And there’s the man responsible,” when the cameras panned to Tusup. And then...
Yep, you read that correctly. Starting this fall on VH1 (official date TBA), M. Stew and the one and only D-O-double-G are squadding up to host a reality TV show called “Martha and Snoop’s Dinner Party.” The dynamic duo will be throwing a dinner party once a week with special celebrity guests, and according to VH1, each episode will be “a half-baked evening of cooking, conversation and fun where nothing is off limits." Am I the only one who imagined Snoop winking at the use...
There are a plethora of drinking games in this world that will get you schwasted in very fun ways. TV shows are some of the best methods of learning about new ways to get drunk with your friends and invite some healthy competition while doing it. Here are a few drinking games that have been played on some of our favorite TV shows. The Office: Up Jenkins Directions: This is a team game, which was featured in the season three episode of The Office, "Cocktails." One team will...
Though he’s best known as Ray Ploshansky, the coffee entrepreneur perpetually torn between Shoshanna and Marnie on Girls, Alex Karpovsky’s career spans so much more. He’s directed quite a few films (and an episode of Girls), appeared in two Coen brothers movies as well as dozens of others, and — just like Ray — he’s politically active, campaigning for Bernie Sanders earlier this year. In June, Alex took some time from shooting the final season of Girls to talk to BUST about his short film, “Possibilia.”...

Comedy Queen Samantha Bee is at it again! She made fun of Donald Trump and all his RNC supporters by calling them “hemorrhoidal hasbeens” and by calling out their fear-mongering ways. She didn’t hold back against the DNC either, calling it the “U.S.A lovefest that left us feeling like we just got a national blowjob from the American flag.” She went on to shame Trump for being a total dick to Gold Star parents Khizr and Ghazala Khan. In response to Trump’s statement that Ghazala Khan...