Here’s a thought, maybe don’t tell a pro wrestler that wrestling isn’t real. Chances are, as a wrestler, they are fully aware of what wrestling is.
Sisqo didn’t ask for this when he made his hit song the “Thong Song.”
Every year, someone finds something to complain about when it comes to Starbucks holiday cups, and it blows up online.
A couple days ago, Ed Sheeran took to Instagram to report that he “had a bit of a bicycle accident,” and although Sheeran himself hasn’t specified what happened, it’s been reported that he was hit by a car while on his bike.
How many of these did you binge?
Pizza Hut has updated its delivery pouch in hopes of solving the ubiquitous “lukewarm pie” problem. They’ve also made a parka from the same material, because, you know, why not?
With two weeks to go until Eleven, Dustin, and the rest of the Hawkins gang are finally back in our lives, Netflix released the “final trailer” for Stranger Things season two on the most superstitious day of the year: Friday the 13th.
One of the last things Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington did before tragically taking his own life, was to participate with the rest of his band in a taping of Carpool Karaoke for Apple.
Fox’s Emmy- and Peabody-winning Malcolm in the Middle lasted for 151 episodes over seven seasons, and Frankie Muniz barely remembers any of it.
If you miss taking care of a little pocket pet — or if you miss neglecting it until it annoyed you into submission — you’re in luck.
Is it just us or are beauty trends becoming increasingly…bizarre?
Last month, Foo Fighters appeared on James Corden’s running Late Late Showbit “Carpool Karaoke,” singing Foo classics and Rick Astley tracks, as well as doing an impromptu in-store performance at a local Guitar Center.
Earlier this week, Netflix dropped a retro Stranger Things video game to promote season two. It’s a fun, free-to-play adventure game.
Ugliest of all ugly shoes for Spring 2018?
Last night Jimmy Fallon opened his show in the wake of the shooting at Las Vegas. This is not an easy job for an entertainer, who must do his or her job in the wake of a national tragedy.