People are stupid.
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People are stupid.
The Teen Choice Awards took place last night in the fourth level of hell Los Angeles, and once again the big winners were the PR and marketing teams of Hollywood film and TV studios that busted their asses the hardest to make sure that people teenagers have never heard of inexplicably won awards.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you combined Val Kilmer and ALF? We never stop thinking about it. Facemath has the answers.
We've come a long way since the LOL days of 80's stunt doubling where mullet length was an afterthought in the filming of action movies.
Celebrity artwork is nothing new, as people have loved painting celebrities, actors and entertainers ever since Leonardo DaVinci created a portrait of his favorite reality starlet, Mona Lisa.
So that was a pretty eventful Conan last night, huh.
At first glance over a few comparison photos of celebrities dressed like abandoned mattresses I assumed they were from some new Tumblr that I may or may not write about depending on whether or not one looked like Nic Cage's hair.
When news broke last week that <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/webculture/2012/03/holy-crap-nick-offerman-joined-twitter/" target="_blank">Nick Offerman joined Twitter</a> my immediate reaction was: "I'll totally follow Nick Offerman.
A friend of mine used to throw a wild Christmas party every year with a selective guest list, which often left a lot of people pissed off and questioning their friendship.
"Paula Patton ruining my photo with Simon Pegg.
There are a million reasons that I love <a href="http://www.reddit.com">Reddit</a>, among them the feeling of community, the camaraderie of the Internet’s most creative minds, and the righteous championing of a variety of social and political causes, but today it’s because it introduces us to someone truly remarkable: The presently anonymous gentleman above.
Apparently there's some sort of pull-back-the-curtain movement going on and it's looking to lay waste to how celebrities are portrayed in our culture.
Matt Damon is currently in Mexico for production of his latest film, Elysium, in which he plays an ex-convict with a shaved head (what, I’m not on <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com">FilmDrunk</a>’s dollar today), and he decided to go against every travel warning in North America and partake in some local cultures away from his highly-protected hotel suite.
A ton of stuff happens in the sports world each week and there are only two of us here to try to scoop up as much as we can and shove into all into your eyeballs like an ocular smoothie of awesome.
The big horse racing event of the weekend was clearly the 28th Breeders Cup Turf at Churchill Downs and its $26 million purse on Saturday, as 18-year old Joseph O’Brien, riding St.
Halloween has always been a competition for female celebrities.
Yesterday, I brought you the sad news that the incredibly real marriage between Kim Kardashian and the missing link Kris Humphries may be on the rocks.
After months of hype and declining relevance, as well as weeks of non-stop commercials ripe with catch phrases, Comedy Central finally aired the Roast of Charlie Sheen last night.
In just a few hours, Comedy Central will air the Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen, coincidentally on the same night that America’s favorite insane celebrity’s former show, "Two and a Half Men," will air with his replacement, Ashton Kutcher.