Knerd Knews hosts Beth Kellner and Scott Johnston got dressed up like their favorite Star Trek characters and hit the Convention Center during the Philadelphia Flower Show. Needless to say, it wasn’t the kind of convention they were looking for.
Learn more about the hosts (also known as JK KELLSTON) and their current Indiegogo campaign here.
Still reeling from the hype they received being commentators for the Sochi Winter Olympic Games, figure skating champs Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers in a sketch where they offer hilarious commentary on everyday skaters at Rockefeller Center. Hilarious.
One of my favorite moments from last night’s Oscars is when Pharrell, who was singing “Happy,” the Oscar-nominated tune from Despicable Me, took to the floor to dance with a few celebs on the front row. Here, I’m celebrating the 20-second-ish moment of pure Oscar bliss with GIFS of him shimmying with Lupita, Meryl and wild child Amy Adams.
Lupita Nyong’o had been waiting for this moment all her life. I sense chemistry.
Guardian Slips Up, Says Bradley Manning — Not Bradley Cooper — Took the Record-Breaking Oscar Selfie
By now you’ve heard about Bradley Cooper and Ellen’s tweet that was heard around the world, but for a split second, some web readers may have been confused when The Guardian accidentally misidentified Bradley Cooper as Bradley Manning in their coverage of the milestone – yea, the WikiLeaks guy. Here’s the blurb they had to tag their coverage with:
This article was amended on 3 March 2014. The original stated that Bradley Manning took Ellen’s selfie. In fact, it was Bradley Cooper. This has been corrected.
Cinefix gathered up a bunch of kids to have them re-enact some of this year’s Oscar-nominated flicks. Check the video below to watch the tot-sized interpretations of Captain Phillips, Gravity, American Hustle and more. The only thing cuter would be if kittens re-made the films. (Please do that, Internet.)
I don’t know about you, but I’ve always found our first ladies to be infinitely more interesting than their fuddy-duddy ol’ husbands. But is there a First Ladies’ Day? Nooooo. So, in the spirit of compromise, I’ve rounded up this hilarious gallery of presidents transposed onto photos of their wives, and, in some cases, a few other feminine figures of their time. Have fun!
Source: Presidents in Drag
Totally worth the two-and-a-half minutes it’ll take from your Friday.
A group of senior citizens ranging in age from 75 to 98 are the stars of a new calendar that finds them posing as iconic characters from their favorite films. The models — living in Essen, Germany’s Contilia Retirement Group — mimicked everyone from Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s to Sally Bowles in Cabaret, but it’s the guy above that caught our attention posing as Rocky in front of the Philly skyline.
Check out more of the photos in the slideshow below.