12:57 PM EDT 07/17/2014
Originally posted 07/17/2014 11:10AM
Originally posted 07/04/2014 05:15PM
In times of great distress, it's common for societies to place blame for all their troubles on a group of outsiders. It happened to all sorts of different people through history: members of different ethnicities, followers of minority religions and even those who happen to speak a different language.
Now, it's happening to celebrities.
A new study from coupon website CouponCodesPro.com reveals that Americans are overwhelmingly sick of hearing buzzwords like "YOLO," "selfie" and "twerking," and they know exactly who to blame: famous people.
When asked where they most frequently encountered their aural bugaboos, study respondents were not hesitant to point their fingers towards brunch spots in Beverly Hills, the Lower East Side and Aspen; a whopping 57 percent said they blamed popular musicians and other celebrities for infecting their ear canals with such nonsense.
Originally posted 05/14/2014 08:05PM
It sounds like some of the biggest stars can expect to be picked on by Chris Rock next month.
Originally posted 03/21/2014 04:15PM
Before March 2006, there were no limits on what web users could say – but then Twitter was born. On Friday, the social network celebrates eight years of keeping feelings under 140 characters.
Originally posted 03/05/2014 02:25PM
Mardi Gras revelers in New Orleans started off the indulgent celebration with an odd act of vandalism – because YOLO.
Originally posted 01/23/2014 10:00AM
Sorry, Sam Champion, but we're getting our weather reports from Drake now.
Originally posted 01/19/2014 08:00PM
The biggest names in film, television and, well, hair – we're looking at you, Jared Leto – flocked to the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday night for what was easily the most star-studded event of the weekend.
On and off the red carpet, here's what you missed:
5. Live from New York, It's Sasheer Zamata!Saturday Night Live debuted its newest cast member – and Zamata was in good company. Drake also showed off his comedy chops, as well as his command of the mic, natch.
Watch the highlights.
Originally posted 01/17/2014 12:00PM
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Originally posted 01/19/2014 12:25PM
Saturday Night Live debuted its newest cast member, Sasheer Zamata, last night, and while the media has been buzzing over Zamata, the show opted to seamlessly and quietly integrate her into the evening's sketches, which seemed to work to everyone's advantage – it didn't force Zamata to carry any sketches on her first time out, and it didn't make SNL look overeager to push her.
Originally posted 12/13/2013 05:45AM
Beyoncé has created a holiday frenzy – delighting fans by announcing a surprise new album just before midnight Friday, then secretly releasing it immediately after the announcement.
With 14 songs and 17 videos, the self-titled album features several collaborators including Jay Z, Drake and Frank Ocean – and a special little one on its closing track. For the song "Blue," Beyoncé performs with daughter Blue Ivy.
"I see music," Beyoncé said in a video announcement on her Facebook page. "It's more than just what I hear. When I’m connected to something, I immediately see a visual or a series of images that are tied to a feeling or an emotion, a memory from my childhood, thoughts about life, my dreams or my fantasies. And they’re all connected to the music."
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