Hollywood sex scenes—hot on the screen, painfully unsexy to film. Case-in-point: this behind-the-scenes clip of Brooklyn Decker and Patrick Wilson faking orgasms.
A college student named Nyjah, who goes by @dearfashionn on Twitter, became an overnight internet celebrity when she inadvertently texted a nude photo to her dad instead of her dude. Disclaimer: It's not that tough to stage iPhone screenshots, so this could be a hoax. But if it's not, poor Nyjah is living a 21st-century waking nightmare.
Gwyneth Paltrow does a pretty good job of embarrassing both her children (Apple and Moses Martin) and God's children (all of us watching), in this video of her champagne sway-dancing onstage with Jay-Z and Chris Martin at the former's New Year's Eve concert.
Kids, am I right?
In Vandalia, Ohio, today, after Mitt Romney thanked running mate Paul Ryan for his stump speech, rally attendees instinctively began chanting "Ryan, Ryan," as rally attendees are wont to do.
CTV anchor Andrew Johnson thought he was asking colleague Astrid Braunschmidt if she wanted to have a chat when he suggested that they "canoodle" before her weather report.
Buzzfeed's Andrew Kaczynski has done us all the great and noble service of collecting the yearbook photos of 69 different politicians and political figures. Did you know that Nancy Pelosi and Elizabeth Warren were high-school foxes? That John Boehner looked like Jonah Hill playing Lurch? That Mike Huckabee, in flannel jacket and big headphones, looked like an L-train rider? That Harry Reid was way ahead of the contrast-shirt craze? That David Axelrod was, based on his photo, an honorary member of the Choom Gang? [Buzzfeed]
So you finally landed your dream job, spokeswoman for online brokerage site Ameritrade. Matt Damon provides the voiceover, and you provide the smiling face. You sit up straight. You follow your cues. This could be your big break. We'll animate Ameritrade's signature lily pad later, they tell you. Trust us. It's going to be cool.
Poor Marcus Bachmann. The gleefully gay-seeming, possibly pushy, highly catty Christian therapist husband of Michele Bachmann suffered two humiliations this week: First, his wife called out his doggie sunglasses shopping spree on live TV. Then, the famously press-conscious fashion fiend ("All I want to know is what they're saying about me," he told New Yorker reporter Ryan Lizza) was forced to stand next to Michele in the critical final moments of her campaign with a giant cold sore on his mouth! Must have been the stress. Tasteful doggie eyewear is not easy to find in Des Moines.
Silly you, thinking yesterday's Keeping Up with the Kardashians season finale marked the beginning of a reprieve from America's most undeservedly famous family. Because tonight, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe took the Late Show by storm for an interview with David Letterman. They were annoying, obviously, but you know what was kind of fun? Watching Letterman conduct the interview like he was talking to three surprisingly articulate toddlers with gigantic breasts. Here's our highlight reel.