Jimmy Kimmel: talk show host by night, fitness instructor by day? Based on this video it looks like all of Hollywood's fittest ladies are joining his "Hottie Body Hump Club." Scarlett Johansson, Minka Kelly, Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba, Kelly Ripa, Eva Longoria, Emily Blunt, Sofia Vergara, and Lindsay Lohan all make appearances in this hilarious sketch promoting the hybrid workout Humpilates, which makes "your cardiovascular system a partiovascular system." Warning — may not be safe for work due to uncontrollable laughter.
These little kids have reenacted Lady Gaga's "Telephone," the Jersey Shore, and The Hills, and they really just need their own reality show already. Now they're back with Keeping Up With the Kardashians and ready to turn "cupcakes into cash," while looking more like professionals skilled at parody than little kids playing dress-up.
Bonus is the miniversion of Kourtney's boyfriend and father of her child, Scott, who pretty much makes the video. After Kourtney praised his parenting skills in July, little Scott highlights his strong, vocal, and totally indifferent parenting style.
Can’t get enough of Rachel Zoe? Comedian Zoe impersonator Amy Phillips stars alongside Rachel, Rodger, and Brad in this hilarious send-up of the fashion icon with a peek inside the making of her addictive daily newsletter. PopSugar Studios teamed up with The Zoe Report to create this amazing video: The Zoeinator. It's bananas!
Every time I hear a new reality dating show gimmick, I think, "Can it get any worse?!" But if this concept becomes reality, we'll know it's the end of days. If, like me, you appreciate the twisted humor of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and the guilty pleasure of The Bachelor, then you'll appreciate this parody promo for the latest in horrific dating shows. Be sure to catch "the waitress" from It's Always Sunny and your host at the end!
Yikes! Given that one reality dating show already featured a suspected murderer, this video is frighteningly close to the truth.
Exploitation. Voyeurism. Tears. There are all sorts of reasons to tune into A&E's Intervention. Maybe it's because it capitalizes on people at their lowest of lows that we cannot help but feel a twinge of guilt for tuning in again . . . and again. Its viewers are certainly a loyal bunch — some people (mostly them) would go as far as to say addicted.
Now Funny or Die has given the obsessive need to watch Intervention a name, a face, a parody. It's not the funniest thing I've seen, though I do love when his sister says, "It's the driving that worries me," as we see Saturday Night Live's Fred Armisen, the addicted, driving while watching. And it does star Elisabeth Moss, Fred's fiancee, better known as Peggy Olson on Mad Men!
As some of you may know, Billy Bob Thornton was recently outed as a major douchebag. He showed up with his band the Boxmasters to a live radio interview, and because the interviewer mentioned in his introduction that Billy Bob was (gasp!) an actor and not, I don't know, a Rock God — he sulked, stopped answering questions like a normal person, and in general acted like a petulant, self-important baby. Check out Michael Ian Black's inevitable impersonation. (As if the original were not a parody of itself already!)
Do you have a mania for constantly updating everyone you know on the minutiae of your life? Is it getting hard to do it in 140 characters or less? Then have no fear — Flutter is here. Tell all your friends about your wild and crazy night in less than 26 characters! Add a Facebook app that automatically updates them on your whereabouts. ("Kim getting coffee. Kim now in the crapper.") And if you bide your time, pretty soon you won't have to do anything. Shutter will transmit 10-character posts with no vowels (via electronic diodes) directly into the brain. The terrifying thing is — I bet this isn't far off!
I could not be happier that some jokesters took on one of the most loathesome songs ever written — the cloying, annoying, and nonsensical "Breakfast at Tiffany's" by Deep Blue Something. (Even the band's name makes me want to chew my own face off.) So what did the parodists do exactly? They just took the song's attempt at including banal date conversation into its lyrics to its logical and ridiculous conclusion. Bravo!
If those Nigerian scam emails were telling the truth about dead kings, and off-shore accounts that only you, a chump at your desk in your cubicle can access, this is what it would look like. I just got one yesterday, and I tell you, they're an entertaining read!