Thanks as always to the wonderful team at Today for inviting me back to the fourth hour of the Today Show! Today I sat down with KLG and Hoda to talk about Leah Remini’s lucrative book deal, Russell Brand, Simon Cowell, Lindsay Lohan, and … my new *(and probably temporary) beard!
Sure, this guy is a great wrestler, but based on the moves he’s busting after the win, he might be headed to a stage near you…
When you see how this Taiwanese truck driver unloads three tons of bamboo, you’ll understand why people find it kind of fascinating.
First, the short (and I do mean short) animated version, as interpreted by Adam Brown. Then, check out the original cartoon strip from Bill Waterson that inspired it. You’ll notice a few liberties were taken, but its no less cute for it!
It’s pretty easy to see that this British father and son are just fooling around, but don’t think for one second that lots of people haven’t freaked out about this. Turns out this dad is just teaching his child about the trick of movie-style stunt punching a little earlier than most.
It’s one thing to be gay… it’s another thing to be a gay mormon, says Jimmy. In what is quickly becoming a viral post, the young man explains what it is like, and records the reactions from his friends and family.
Watch Carey Reilly’s funny new web show, where she lives a day in the life of sexy people! What she does in a yoga class will leave you speechless, and perhaps mortified, but definitely laughing.
You won’t see THIS song on Broadway. The cast of the Roundabout Theatre Company’s “The Mystery Of Ediwn Drood” has a YouTube video called “Bustle Fluffah.” It’s sort of a Dickensian answer to “Baby Got Back.” A rap interpretion of those frames on Victorian dresses that made women’s backsides look enormous. If the Victorian Era had an equivalent of “My Humps,” this would be it.
It’s hard to be ‘surprised’ by Hammond’s talent – he does all of his characters incredibly well – but this Al Sharpton impression is spot-on!
I just found this video from three years ago, when I a commentary about my obsession (and confusion) over the SkyMall catalog. It actually did air on local NYC television. Wow, I really did a number on my makeup. Oddly enough, most of the things I make fun of are STILL in the SkyMall catalog today.
If this video is legit, then it’s disturbing no matter who you want to win. A Pennsylvania voter has uploaded a clip of himself in the voting machine, trying to click the ‘Obama’ button, but shows the Romney box being checked. Let the legal chaos begin.
In 1981 Jimmy Stewart read an adorable, funny poem about his dog on The Tonight Show. It’s simply beautiful. Reading a four minute poem on TV would never happen happen today. Maybe it should.
I won’t lie: by the end, I was a mess.
Sometimes a video requires no explanation…. because there is none. This one will leave you speechless.
Remember viral star Sweet Brown? She was a worldwide hit for her appearance on the news – proclaiming ‘ain’t nobody got time for that’ when she woke up to find her apartment complex on fire. Now, watch her commercial!
As “Anything Goes” reaches the end of its Broadway run, they’ve released a goodbye video that proves that the only thing more fun that watching a Broadway show is being in one.
Indiana mom Stephanie Decker lost her legs two months ago while saving her kids from a tornado. Just relieved to be alive for her kids, as she laid in an ambulance with her legs severed, she joked to her husband ‘There go pedicures.’ Now after being told she wouldn’t walk for a year, she went on Ellen, and not only walked… she danced.
Anderson Cooper was interviewing Barbie wannabe and plastic surgery record holder Sarah Burge (who also encourages botox and pole dancing from her teenage daughter) when he finally had enough, calling her dreadful and ending the interview. WATCH!