“I’m so nervous,” Grande tells Jimmy Fallon. “I don’t speak. This is my first time speaking in front of people … I’ve never talked on a talk show.” Continue reading “Ariana Grande ‘Talks on a Talk Show’ For The First Time”
Sorry if the headline deceived you, but Jack Nicholson did not get his brows tweezed by Leonardo DiCaprio. It’s more likely that Leo ripped the hairs and responsible facial muscles out of Jack’s face during some downtime on The Departed.
When asked if he did impersonations on a Japanese talk show, DiCaprio said “Well, I do these Jack Nicholson eyebrows” and proceeded to make the face that scored Nicholson a role in 1989’s Batman.
Earlier in the interview, he said that he only dates women with “great” senses of humor.
Yesterday’s episode of Saturday Night Live was mostly delightful partly in thanks to a parody (watch HERE) of Showtime’s CIA/terrorist thriller Homeland, which won three Emmys in September, including Best Drama.
Host Anne Hathaway presented us with a hilariously over-the-top caricature of Carrie Mathison, the highly intuitive but emotionally disturbed agent played by Claire Danes on the hit show.
Bill Hader acted as subtle Saul Berenson, while Taram Killam did an accurate voice portrayal of Mathison’s ginger nemesis and part-time lover, Damian Lewis. Continue reading “SNL Covers Claire Danes’ Wobbly Chin and Damian Lewis’ Voice in ‘Homeland’ Spoof”
The most recent episode of Saturday Night Live was a highlight of the season and perhaps the past three years as well. I’d rank it right up there with the Justin Timberlake/Lady Gaga episode.
One memorable moment (of many) was the Beyonce baby skit, which was an excuse not only for Jay Pharoah to do his Jay-Z impression and for Maya Rudolph to reprise her role as Beyonce but for a bevvy of “celebrities” to congratulate them.
Justin Timberlake came out as Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon saying “Sorry I’m late, whatever…I fashioned this guitar out of a canoe” and singing something indiscernible about a ferris wheel. Continue reading “Maya Rudolph Spoofs Beyonce In Blue Ivy Carter Skit”
Drake may be the next actor turned rapper turned actor. He talked to VH1 news reporters at Sundance about his future acting aspirations and told them he would love to play the current president in a film.
“I hope somebody makes a movie about Obama’s life soon because I could play him. That’s the goal, I watch all the addresses…I definitely pay attention and listen to the inflections of his voice. If you ask anyone who knows me, I’m pretty good at impressions.” Continue reading “In What World Does Drake Equal Obama?”
X-Factor judge and Pussycat Doll/pop solo act Nicole Scherzinger made an appearance on Conan not long ago to shamelessly promote herself and show off her uncanny Britney Spears mimicking skills circa 2000…