Emma Stone is the Nicki Minaj of Lip Syncing


Crazy adorable ginger (and only reason to ever step foot in a theater showing Amazing Spider-Man 2) Emma Stone decimated the competition over at The Tonight Show with her mouthed renditions of the equally challenging “Hook” by Blues Traveler and DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win.”

Fallon’s dance moves didn’t stand a chance against Emma, whose lips and arms were moving so fast that audience members in the front row witnessed some of her freckles bouncing off her skin and into their laps.

I never thought I’d see John Popper and Ludacris proud on the same day…

WATCH: Lip Sync Battle W/ Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Merchant (of The Office and Extras fame) smother us with a pillow of cuteness in a new video courtesy of NBC’s Late Night.

It doesn’t matter if you care about lip syncing. In terms of musical fakery, this will make you like it the way Air Guitar Nation made you like a half-naked Asian dude with a front-facing Hello Kitty backpack.

JGL wins hands down with his adorably exact and theatrical dub of “Super Bass” by Nicki Minaj.

Kardashians Cover Biggie’s ‘Hypnotize’

One of the most shocking moments in my young life came in the form of a harmless walk in the woods behind my house. I had taken to lifting rocks in the hopes of examining interesting bugs, usually ants or the occasional red centipede.

On this comfortably cool summer day on the Oregon Coast I lifted a particularly large rock and discovered a nest of baby snakes. They startled me mostly because there were so many and they moved so quick and pointlessly.

When I see the Kardashian-Jenner family I am reminded of that day. This is a group of creatures that never stop working, but for what cause I do not know.  Continue reading “Kardashians Cover Biggie’s ‘Hypnotize’”

Video: Rufus Wainwright – “Out Of The Game”

Here’s a lovely video featuring everybody’s favorite eccentric, Helena Bonham Carter, mouthing the words to the latest Mark Ronson-produced ditty from Rufus Wainwright.

This might bring to mind several other lip-syncing celebrity videos, like Robert Downey Jr. in Elton John’s “I Want Love,” only this time there’s a little gender-reversal, like a calmer Winona Rider in “Talk About The Blues.” Continue reading “Video: Rufus Wainwright – “Out Of The Game””