To celebrate Grand Central Terminal’s 100th birthday, ImprovEverywhere surprised commuters with a celebration of lights that night. Equipped with a variety of LED flashlights and camera flashes, performers appeared unannounced along three floors of windows, creating a shower of light for the commuters and tourists.
Previously, the group hosted a no pants subway ride in NYC.
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I really sympathize with modern day celebrities who have to endure social media bullying. It never used to be so bad right? I mean, it’s a lot easier to tweet a slur than send one by carrier pigeon.
Celebrities who manage their own Twitter accounts have the unfortunate duty of reading all the hate mail themselves. Luckily, once they get over the stinging pain of rejection they sometimes develop a good sense of humour about it.
In anticipation of Twitter’s sixth anniversary, Jimmy Kimmel rounded up a couple comedians to share the meanest tweets they’ve ever received. Some of my favourites are below. And the spelling errors are not my own…
@FilthyRichmond asked Andy Dick: “Can it be my turn to punch @andydick until there’s bones in his stool?”
@Jose_B_Wylin told Will Ferrell: “Lol yo will Ferrell fucking dum.”
@jazaratee told Kristen Bell: “@IMKristenBell is so fucking ugly. Way too ugly to play snow white in snow white & the huntsman.”
@enargins told Anna Faris: “If you change the ‘i’ in Anna Faris’ last name to ‘t’, you get ‘Anna Farts.’ Interesting.”
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‘The White Stripes’ frontman Jack White and his wife, Karen Elson, have divorced on their anniversary and are throwing a divorce party, reports E Online.
The divorce comes after six years of marriage and two kids. But instead of a nasty court battle, the couple is sending invitations to close family and friends for a divorce party, to be thrown tonight.
“We remain dear and trusted friends and coparents to our wonderful children Scarlett and Henry Lee,” the couple says in a joint statement. “We feel so fortunate for the time we have shared and the time we will continue to spend both separately and together watching our children grow.”
“In honor of that time shared, we are throwing a divorce party, an evening together in Nashville to reaffirm our friendship and celebrate the past and future with close friends and family.”
The couple, who got married on June 1, 2005, will celebrate tonight in Music City.
“Karen Elson and Jack White kindly request the presence…at a party to celebrate their 6th anniversary, and their upcoming divorce with a positive swing bang hum dinger,” the invite reads. “The party will include dancing, photos, memories and drinks with alcohol in them. This is only for close personal friends and family so please no plus ones or dead beats.”
Well, this is an odd twist. I like that the two can still be amicable, though, it’s how it should be. White seems like an interesting character so it somewhat doesn’t surprise me that he is throwing a “divorce party.”
Mariah Carey gave birth to two twins this morning in Los Angeles. Carey was driven to the hospital by her husband Nick Cannon in the couple’s Rolls Royce. Today is evidently the couple’s third wedding anniversary.
Carey’s rep said the two have not named the babies yet … and were listening to “We Belong Together” after the kids were born.
It was nice of Nick to drive Mariah to the hospital. We hope she didn’t make a mess of the car’s luxurious interior, and Nick has proven he is good for something besides knocking her up.
Good luck to the new happy family!
Canadian band the Constantines will celebrate their 10th anniversary at Lee’s palace on December 11-12, chartattack.com reports.
The Guelph-native rockers have enjoyed incredible success over the past decade in Toronto’s thriving indie scene, and have been compared to bands like The Clash and Nick Cave.
Pre-sale tickets, being sold through the Gallery A&C website, will include a download of the Too Slow For Love EP – the electronic-only companion to their last studio album, Kensington Heights.
For around $25, Constantines fans will enjoy a show that, as they said on the website, “will feature special guests, and many other surprises.” Sounds promising.
Regis Philbin will return as host of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” once the game show returns to celebrate its 10th anniversary in prime-time format.
The 77-year-old has received many Daytime Emmy nominations for “Live With Regis and Kelly,” and won in 2001 for “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.”
Throughout the years, Philbin has been nominated for a multitude of other awards including two People’s Choice Awards, a TV Guide Award (which he later won) and even a Teen Choice Award nomination in 2000.
Springfield’s first family is being honoured by the U.S. Postal Service.
The dysfunctional clan at the centre of “The Simpsons” – Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie – will be featured on five 44-cent first-class mail stamps to be launched later this year.
The special stamps, designed by show creator and executive producer Matt Groening, will coincide with the two-decade milestone of primetime’s long-running comedy.