(I really have no idea how, after all these years, they don’t both assume everything is a prank.)
Jennifer Lawrence went on Conan on Wednesday and told a story about the time she encountered a hotel maid with a sense of humor to rival her own.
Apparently Lawrence was gifted “a copious amount of butt plugs” as a joke, but when she tried to hide them this, happened:
So the maid was coming so I was like, ‘Well I’ll just shove this under the bed so she doesn’t see all these butt plugs.’ She might not know they’re for a joke.”
Oh, there’s more.
“Then I came back and all of them were brought out of the bed and were in this beautiful display on my bedside table,” she added. “I think she knew what she was doing. They were under the bed! I wanted to leave a note like, ‘not mine’ or ‘bought as joke.'”
Earlier this week when Justin Bieber said his laptop had been stolen at a show in Tacoma I believed it. You know why? Because I’ve been to Tacoma.
Turns out, the whole thing was a publicity stunt to release his new
Just Dance commercial video “Beauty And A Beat” featuring Nicki Minaj.
A Twitter user calling themselves “gexwy” Tweeted Bieber telling him in a ransom style message that he would post something from the stolen laptop at noon on Friday.
Justin’s original message to gexwy was, “no matter what you have and what you post tomorrow i know my fans wont leave me. screw it.#toostrong” Continue reading “Justin Bieber’s Laptop Was Never Stolen, Pwns Fans With “Beauty And A Beat” Video”
In all his manic bravado, he brought up one important point, this redesigned season of the show has kind of sucked in that three of the victims (Rob Dyrdek, Joe Jonas, and Aimee Teegarden) figured out they were getting Punk’d.
Kutcher said, “What’s happened thus far has been a fuckin’ travesty.”
“I think it’s time to step it up a notch. We’ve been running at like a seven thus far, and I think it’s time to take it to like a 14.” Continue reading “Drake’s ‘Oh S**t, There’s An Earthquake!’ Face”
In other semi Ashton Kutcher-related news Punk’d is back after a five year absence and it’s boring as hell. I don’t know why they use the expression, “boring as hell,” the harps and clouds description of heaven seems a little tamer and possibly snoozeworthy.
Back on topic, Kutcher is still attached as a producer but its co-creator Jason Goldberg was actually in Thursday’s episode. Justin Bieber was the guest pranker, pulling the wool over Taylor Swift, Miley Cryus, Rob Dyrdek and Sean Kingston’s eyes.
The most memorable but still uninteresting trick was when Taylor Swift was made to think she’d lit a boat on fire. The Bieb’s got his evil wish to see her I-just-won-a-Grammy face and make her cry.