Don't you love it when tiny children don't understand how logic and safety (and gravity) work and end up winning anyway? This little girl trying to find her way across a rotating tunnel ride to her Adult held onto the side of the ride. And didn't let go. I would have freaked the hell out, but thank goodness her confusion had some conviction and she let go right when she was able to slide down...and fall out. Also she must have the finger strength of a goddamn Titan.
A federal appeals court has reversed a lower court's ruling regarding the use of antibiotics in animal feed, which is great news for fans of dying from previously-treatable infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
It's not uncommon for people to send wedding invitations to celebrities or their personal heroes as a token of appreciation with no expectation for a response. While the recipient may not even lay eyes on the invitation, it's still an interesting and sweet gesture to reach out to those who have had a big impact on your life and invite them to the most expensive, exhausting and exciting party you'll throw.
Bang-A-Rang-yelling Baby Rufio from Hook is absolutely the cutest cosplayer we've spotted at Comic-Con thus far. All other babies should go home.
This week, the NFL issued a pitiful 2-game suspension against Ray Rice, the Ravens running back who earlier this year punched out his then-fiancee Janay Palmer and was seen on surveillance tape dragging her unconscious body out of a hotel elevator. Many critics responded by saying the NFL was sending a terrible message about the severity of domestic violence, about the value of women. And they're right — but they shouldn't be surprised. The NFL has never given a shit about women.
Liberty Ross and Rupert Sanders are officially divorced after about 12 years of marriage (they were married in 2002). Ross filed in January of 2013, citing irreconcilable differences months after he was caught up in a cheating scandal with Kristen Stewart. Here's a list of things Ross will be receiving:
Jenny McCarthy has written an "essay" addressing her recent comments on the View in which she insinuated that Hillary Clinton is a lesbian.
Oh man, I love bloopers, you guys. There's nothing I love more than bloopers. I'd have a blooper-themed wedding (to a VHS tape of some bloopers) if it didn't seem like just asking to be left at the altar (the ultimate blooper).
In today's Tweet Beat, Matt Lauer might look a little different on Monday, Katie Couric has a special day and Ingrid Michaelson and Geraldo Rivera find common ground about Ray Rice.
"We're in beta right now," may one day be used to describe a newlywed couple instead of a new app. Time, on a roll this week in the love department, argues that millennials may change the game when it comes to how we approach marriage.
Welcome back! This is Selfie Loathing, in which we check out what celebrities have been doing on Instagram. This week: Katy Perry's on a bike, Kim K's in a bikini, Jason Momoa is hot, and Lindsay Lohan cannot keep her hands out of her mouth. THE GERMS, Linds.
Iggy Azalea is so fancy MTV gave her a dead show. Yay? House of Style will rise from its early aughts grave with the Aussie as its new host next month, dovetailing with the channel’s annual Video Music Awards.
Today in excellent-but-bizarre-movie-announcements, Kit Harington and Andy Samberg will play tennis rivals involved in a seemingly endless seven day match in a new HBO mockumentary.
Kim Kardashian has taken to her weblog to clear the air on a topic near and dear to all of our hearts: Kim Kardashian Hollywood, an interactive smartphone game that everyone loves spending real human currency on. Apparently, some malicious spirit has wedged its way into the program (that's how hacking works, right?) and is making some of the virtual characters speak in offensive tongues.
As celebrity goes, you can't get much bigger than Beyoncé or the Obamas. So it stands to reason that when the Obamas attend a Beyoncé concert, minds are blown.
As much as I love him, Hercules is kind of a middling hero. He's not the strongest (that's Atlas), or the most cerebral (Odysseus, imo), or the #1 boner-inducer (Achilles, duh). He's just kind of...a guy. The big thing that makes Hercules great is his labors—the fact that he is just constantly going on quests and punching an awesome monster. The monsters are kind of his deal.
Japanese artist Rokudenashiko was recently arrested for violating the nation's super-strict obscenity laws, when she simply emailed several people 3D-printer data of her own vagina. (They were contributors to her crowdfunding campaign to build a vagina boat.) This provided Jon Stewart with an excellent opportunity to say "vagina" over and over and over:
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When she saw that her car was being towed, the first impulse of the Russian woman in this video was to hop up on the car, take off her clothes and turn the crane of the tow truck into a makeshift stripper pole. Apparently, her performance was not well-received.
The thickness of the September fashion magazines has been determined and while things are looking excellent for a number of publications (Elle, Vogue, Harper's Baazar, InStyle), they're looking bleak for a couple others (Lucky, Teen Vogue).