Everyone knows Barack Obama is charming and charismatic. What you might not have known is that the POTUS is pretty damn hysterical.
At last night’s White House Correspondents’ dinner, President Obama’s jokes were a hit with the the star studded crowd. He poked fun at everything from Michelle’s bangs, to CNN to the Beyonce/Jay-Z Cuba scandal. Not only should he tell jokes more often, but he should definitely try out that new haircut.
What do you think of Obama’s speech??
Performing a fab lip synch of Estelle and Janelle Monae’s song “Do My Thing”, this man brings out the sass in Sailor Moon costumes.
And the best part about it all? His outfits and hair are made of construction paper.
GIVE THIS MAN ALL THE AWARDS. He is my new hero.
Comedian Nathan Fielder had the most genius idea on how to freak out any parent. He tweeted the idea to his 35,000 followers and here’s just some of the responses he got back:
I have this little theory when it comes to drivers: the nicer the car, the more likely the driver is a) an asshole and usually as a result of overconfidence, b) can’t drive for shit.
This video pretty much confirms my first point as a Ferrari owner has the audacity to park in the handicap parking spot. The dick move on the fancy car owner’s part prompts Roman Atwood to pretend to pee on his car. Spoiler alert: it was just water. Just watch as the Ferrari owner tries to justify his reasoning for parking in the handicap spot (trust me, it’s not a good reason) and how he reacts to Atwood’s little prank. This is pretty much all the proof anyone really needs in order to show you that money can’t buy class.
If you’re going to follow anyone on Vine these days, make sure its former MADtv star Will Sasso.
Sasso is obviously a funny man and is probably one of the few people who can use Vine to their full advantage. I mean, have you seen Vine Peek? Nine out of ten videos are bored teenagers filming themselves in the cafeteria (we already know what bad cafeteria food looks like so please, get off my internet).
Anyways, Sasso has an ongoing lemon sight gag that only he could make enjoyable. Thankfully, some genius put them all together for our amusement.
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When I first started high school, our homeroom teacher made us perform an ice breaker called the “trust fall.” The exercise involves putting your LIFE in someone else’s hands by trusting them to catch you when you fall backwards to your supposed demise. Usually though, the person is prepared to catch you, which is good considering you’d fall like jelly to the ground if they weren’t ready.
This dude decides to take the game one step further by attacking unknowing victims with the trust fall. Here’s what you do: Go up to a random stranger and yell “TRUST FALL!” Then simply fall backwards and hope that they catch you. Some people rise to the occasion while others let you fall on your butt. Ultimately though, you’re the one who suffers because you risk a sore behind.
Tracy Morgan has finally found someone coming to his defense, and it’s legendary comedian Joan Rivers. Joan says Tracy shouldn’t have to apologize and that there is a new found sensitivity in media and the world.
Joan told The Daily Beast, “He’s not a Mensa comic. He’s not the voice of this generation.” The fellow equal opportunity offender says, “At the very start of my act, I say, ‘Calm down. We’re gonna get everybody.’”
Kind of a tough call regarding Tracy. Granted we think everyone knows he’s joking, but his remarks were pretty offensive.
What do you think? Does Morgan deseve what he’s getting, or should everyone chill out?
Robert Pattinson is loved by Twilight fans for too many reasons to list. He is known all over the world. His face is on almost every magazine cover, he has T-shirts and dolls embellished with his face, and at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, his face dominated again, reports MTV News. So naturally, this poses the question – is it all going to his head?
“To be honest,” Rob said, “I should’ve been nominated in a few more categories.”
As if winning three awards for “New Moon” and having his face absolutely everywhere isn’t enough.
“It’s a disappointment,” Rob said, regarding “New Moon” winning multiple awards Sunday. “It’s an OK result.”
“I think it’s only three,” the star added. “We did better last year.”
What! Arrogant is not the first word to come to mind.
But wait, there is more. After one closely reviews the tape of the interview, it becomes clear that Rob is joking and being playful. Fame still hasn’t changed the man.
So in this world of spoiled and giant-ego headed stars, it is nice to know that at least one guy in Hollywood still knows how to laugh at himself. And there is no need to worry about Rob making the above statements for real anytime soon.