Jimmy Fallon's getting quite a reputation for getting celebrities to play silly games on The Tonight Show. The other night was no exception. Movie star Channing Tatum stopped by to promote something, but that's not really important.
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Color her victorious once again. Papermag.com didn't quite achieve its internet-smashing goal by posting pictures of Kim Kardashian's butt, and the follow-up postings about Kim's fully-nude frontal shots didn't do that either. But, if Kim's goal was
Yesterday, TV psychologist Doctor Phil interviewed America's Most Dysfunctional Stage Mother, Mama June of Honey Boo Boo fame. Mama June's on some sort of tour to try to regain her good name, so Doctor Phil's show is
A plastic surgeon in New York City thinks he's about ready to unveil the next big thing in breast augmentation. He's already invented the Insta Breast – a saline injection that instantly increases breast size and lasts
There's been a lot of buzz about Kim Kardashian's Paper backside, and some pretty awesome memes have sprung up. This, IMHO, is the best of them all. Well done, @kelkulus! Kim Kardashian looks so much like a
Kim Kardashian's uncovered cover shot in Paper magazine was supposed to break the internet. I just checked. It didn't. But, it did have a lot of people suggesting that no way that butt was real – it
Okay, seriously? A New Jersey TV station is carrying the story of a woman who's fighting the $200+ ticket she got on Halloween for not yielding to an undercover cop dressed as Donald Druck in a crosswalk.
There were a few anxious moments yesterday on the face of the brand-new One World Trade Center in New York City. Two window washers dangled along with their window-washing platform about 68 floors above the pavement after
NBC announced that they've authorized a pilot of the reboot of the Robin Leach classic exploration of the indifference of the wealthy, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. If you'll recall, the annoying Australian ended each show
Talk about anticipation. Yesterday, the Rosetta Philae probe reached its target, about ten years after being lauched from Earth by the European Space Agency. Over 300 million miles later, the probe landed on a comet that's about