Yesterday we talked about the success of "The Tonight Show" featuring Jimmy Fallon as its new host. As further proof of Fallon's success, we present to you: Harry Styles.
Okay, so, if you want to get technical about it, this interview features Kristen Wiig as Harry Styles in a hilarious (and slightly strange) bit she and Fallon do. Previously, Wiig has been interviewed as Michael Jordan and it was just as amazing. See for yourself and let us know what you think.
Irene and Alice have been best friends for 94 years. They met in first grade and said something between them just "clicked" — the rest, as they say, is history.
The two besties first visited "The Steve Harvey Show" to share their secrets to lifelong happiness. In their most recent segment, Irene and Alice tackle some of today's most pressing topics, including twerking, Justin Bieber, and selfies. In short, they are the cutest.
Hopefully you enjoy their views as much as I did!
One uncle decided to make his nephew's first basketball game a little special. Rather than filming his nephew score his first points and forgetting about the footage for years to come, he decided to turn the already-adorable video into something fun — a SportsCenter Top 10 play. It makes a cute moment even more memorable. Kudos to an awesome family!
Pop stars Shakira and Rihanna made headlines recently when they teamed up for a duet, "Can't Remember to Forget You," and a subsequently racy video to go along with it. Recently, fellow singers Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera teamed up for a remix of Gaga's single "Do What U Want." I'm all about duets between female pop stars because I think it rails against the idea that two women doing similar things must automatically be in competition with one another &mdahs; and because the songs are always so good. Here are 5 other duets we should celebrate, in honor of Shakira/Rihanna and Gaga/Christina!
Sure, the Super Bowl hasn't happened yet, but there is no doubt in my mind that the above commercial isn't the cutest of them all. It has all the elements of a successful Super Bowl commercial:
- It's for a beer company.
- There's a puppy.
- No, multiple puppies.
- And then one extraordinarily cute puppy, who becomes BFFs with a horse.
What do you think? (I'm totally right, aren't I?)