Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve finally seen it and have it all.
In one of the oddest stories of the week, musician Adam Levine was sugar bombed outside of Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday.
Hootie and the Blowfish are scheduled to embark on a comeback tour this fall and, if their reunion performance on The Late Show with David Letterman on Thursday night is any indication, they shouldn’t have any problem generating excitement.
This should surprise absolutely no one. Bruce Pearl, the vibrant Auburn men’s basketball coach, has been known to unleash his bubbly personality in interesting ways, as was the case during a recent lip sync battle.
Four months ago, the Dallas Mavericks acquired guard Rajon Rondo from the Boston Celtics and the move was widely applauded by the heavy majority of Mavs fans, leading many to gush over a bright future.
Heidi Klum might be turning 42 this year but the gorgeous fashion superstar doesn’t appear to be having any trouble landing sexy spots.
As if Manny Pacquiao wasn’t busy enough already, he decided to drop a smooth music video just weeks before his fight against Floyd Mayweather.
For those that haven’t seen Lip Sync Battle on Spike, you’re not missing much, as the LL Cool J-led show is largely filled with uneventful performances, but occasionally features a balls-to-the-wall full HAM performance, as was the case on Thursday night.
Robert Flores is definitely one of the most amusing on-air ESPN personalities and we were reminded why on Monday after he flawlessly ripped Iggy Azalea on SportsCenter for destroying hip-hop.
As expected, the aftermath of Kanye West’s bizarre stage rush at the Grammy’s and subsequent outburst has managed to grab headlines in the days that followed.
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and proceeded to compete with Fallon in a phenomenal lip sync battle. And as pointed out by the folks at The Big Lead, you’re gonna wanna watch all 13 minutes of this one. Good luck finding something better to do today than
Nick Offerman has teamed up to help promote this year’s NASCAR featured on NBC and the match couldn’t be any better. Check out the full-length music video which dropped today and try not to laugh. Below you can read the lyrics of the future club banger which is aptly entitled, “America Start Your Engines.” NASCAR