Chris Pratt is everything we look for in a man: he's handsome, he's funny, he's charming and for bonus points he does a killer French braid! Yes, you read correctly!
Three months ago, Pratt shared a picture to Instagram of a French braid. He captioned it, "This is a weird thing to brag about but I did that glorious French braid. #Baller #man #ManBraid #RealMenBraid #isItBrade? #SpellingQuestion #StillBallerTho #WhyIsItFrench #ICallItAFreedomBraid #GoUsa"
This past May, Jennifer Lawrence and Jimmy Fallon played a hilarious game of Box of Lies. Last night it was Kate Hudson's turn to play.
The Wish I Was Here actress had the case of the giggles on the Tonight Show when she had to use her acting skills during a game of Box of Lies with the host. Hudson could not contain her laughter; her laugh is so infectious that she had Fallon laughing!
The point of the game is to decide whether the opponent is lying or telling the truth when describing what's in the box that was selected. Hudson went first and pulled out a spoon in a bowl of pennies and told the truth. Fallon pulled out an orange hamburger and lied, which earned him some points.
The game got even funnier when Hudson pulled out a plate of jello with a turtle in it.
Watch the videos below. You'll definitely be laughing too!
The Midtown area of New York City was filled with over 20,000 teenage girls screaming their lungs out on Tuesday morning because the new hottest boy group, 5 Seconds of Summer, was performing on the Today show at Rockefeller Center.
Host Matt Lauer revealed that some fans had been camping out since last week. The Australian quartet chatted to Lauer about how far they've come since their first gig to 11 people.
"This is the most incredible thing that's probably ever happened to us," drummer Ashton Irwin told Lauer. Guitarist Michael Clifford agreed and added, "The amount of people here now is the most we've ever had waiting for us ever."
Simpsons fans, get ready because this is about to be the best year of your life. Every single episode (522 to be exact) of The Simpsons is going online.
FXX is launching a website called "Simpsons World" this October where viewers can watch every Simpsons episode from any of the series at the tip of their fingers. Viewers will also be able to search certain quotes and make their own personalized playlists.
But it doesn't end there.
FXX will be making history by playing every Simpsons episode of all time, 24 hours a day for 12 long days in chronological order. Meaning, 522 episodes starting from seasons 1 to 25. This will be the longest marathon in tv history!
So everyone, set your reminders and have the cases of Duff ready for August 21. Get ready to watch Homer strangle Bart and yell "why you little!" and hear a bunch of his "D'ohs!"
You're going to be sleep deprived for nearly 2 long weeks!
Good news: So the How I Met Your Mother spinoff, How I Met Your Dad, might not be dead after all!
At a press event on Thursday, CBS chairman Nina Tassler spoke about why the network decided not to move forward with the much talked about spinoff. She hinted that the casting was one of the issues as to why to show didn't work out. She also explained that the show might have some potential in the future.
"[Executive producers] Craig [Thomas] and Carter [Bays] and Emily [Spivey] -- we adore those guys," Tassler said. "We want very much to stay in business with them. You make the best decision you can vis a vis casting, relative to the time of year. There's a lot going on during pilot season. And some things about How I Met Your Dad worked and some things didn't. We'd love the opportunity to take another shot."
Whoopi Goldberg appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and well...things got interesting.
The View host was on the show for her upcoming movies, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Things began to get interesting when she said she wanted to interview herself, so they played a hilarious game of Lip Flip. With the help of some television magic, the host and the guest switched their mouths and spoke for each other.
They ended the interview singing a duet: "I Knew You Were Waiting for Me" by George Michael and Aretha Franklin.
Watch the hilarious Lip Flip video below:
Just a little bit over a year ago, the world lost Cory Monteith to a drug overdose. His mother Ann McGregor, 63, sat down with ABC News' Bianna Golodryga and spoke publicly for the first time since her son's tragic death.
"In the last few days, I'm beginning to accept it, the loss is horrendous," McGregor said. "Until three days ago I couldn't look at a picture of Cory. So there's been progress." This past Sunday, July 13, marked the one-year anniversary of the Glee star's death at the age of 31.
Wednesday night, athletes joined together at the 2014 ESPY Awards, Excellent in Sports Performance Yearly Awards, at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater.
This year, rapper Drake hosted the annual event and he did a great job for being a first timer. Drake entertained the guests by cracking plenty of jokes about athletes and celebs. He also showed off his acting skills and did a skit with Blake Griffin and Chris Brown. Yes, you read correctly, Chris Brown! The feud is finally over between the two and they proved that on national television. Drake even sang a few musical numbers, including his ESPYs song, "Honorable Mention".
It's that time of year again!
The nominations for the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards were announced Thursday morning via SnapChat. Leading this year’s nominations, is the one and only, Queen Bey aka Beyoncé, with eight nominations. Just behind her are Emnimen and Iggy Azalea who received seven nods. Also receiving many nominations is Ariana Grande, Lorde, Pharrell Williams, and more.
Actress Vanessa Williams sat down with Oprah Winfrey on, Oprah's Master Class, and opened up about being molested by a young woman at only 10-years-old.
One summer, Williams went to California with her family and was introduced to their family friend's 18-year-old daughter. The former Miss America described the girl as a cool and how she "made you feel like you were grown up."
But one night everything changed and Williams would be haunted forever. "She told me to lie down on the floor," says Williams. "She told me to lie down on the floor. And she took my bottoms off and she said, 'Be quiet,' and she went down on me. And at 10 years old, I had no idea what it was, but I knew it felt good and I knew I shouldn't be saying anything and I didn't tell anyone. I knew it felt good, but also something that wasn't supposed to be happening."