Today at Gawker.TV, Stephen Colbert solves the national deficit, Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal are old pros at having fake sex, Al Roker's pirate joke bombs, watch Beyoncé's banned fragrance ad, and Russell Brand explains the British monarchy's marriage rituals.
In this giggly interview promoting Love and Other Drugs, Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal are subjected to Meredith Vieira's rapid-fire questioning about their sex scenes. Turns out, they're old pros at faking sex with each other after filming Brokeback Mountain.
As you've likely noticed, America is completely obsessed with Kate and William's upcoming nuptials. Who better to ask for insight than Russell Brand, a subject of the British crown? Somehow, his stories of "clattering genitals" don't sound exactly truthful.
As the Today Show hosts were bantering about Kathie Lee and Hoda's impending
booze cruise ocean adventure, Al chimed in with a pirate joke that was nobody appreciated. Sounds of crickets would be less awkward than the silence that followed.
13.7 trillion dollar national deficit + impending baby boomer retirement = problem. But how do you solve a problem like the baby boomers? Just ship Grandma off to Mars, says Colbert (and the Journal of Cosmology).
British parents are up in arms over a new commercial for Beyoncé's first-ever fragrance, Heat. The ad features Miss B writhing around wearing a satin red dress. Inside, watch and decide for yourself if it's truly unsuitable for TV.