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Thu, 20 Jun 2013 - 17:32 GMT +1
“Stephen Colbert’s tribute to his mom will make you cry all the tears” links

Stephen Colbert’s tribute to his late mother is your Daily Cry. [I''m Not Obsessed]
All of the Trump children have bad hair. [Celebrity Baby Scoop]
How awesome is it that the Wu Tang Clan has an ASL interpreter? [Gawker]
This Jennifer Love Hewitt story is pretty typical. [Amy Grindhouse]
I wish all of elected officials would live on food stamps for a week to see what it’s really like and then they stop saying such dumb things. [Bossip]
Kim Zolciak slams some people (??). [Reality Tea]
Lego: The Movie has a trailer. [PopBytes]
Jamie Pressly chopped off her hair. It’s cute. [Bitten & Bound]
Matt Lauer claims he has a 9-inch-long dong. Cough. [Seriously OMG WTF]
The HPV vaccine has been incredibly effective. [The Frisky]
You have to see this poor, poor poodle. [OMG Blog]
Andrej Pejic’s nose ring is… unfortunate. [Yeeeah]
Plans for the first post-birth royal vacation are underway. [Life & Style]
James Franco likes Superman way more than Spiderman. [The Loop]
Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana are going to jail! [Limelife]
The Men’s Warehouse dude was fired! [Hollywood Rag]





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Thu, 20 Jun 2013 - 14:10 GMT +1
Watch Stephen Colbert’s Moving Tribute to His Late Mother

On last night’s episode of The Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert did away with his opening act to honor his mother, Lorna Elizabeth Tuck Colbert, who died last Wednesday at the age of 92.

That’s all that needs to be said. He’ll take care of the rest in the video, above.





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Thu, 20 Jun 2013 - 11:0 GMT +1
Stephen Colbert Pays Tribute to Late Mom: Watch Here!

He’s always been a good-natured, well-humored kind of guy, and Stephen Colbert owes it all to his loving mother Lorna Tuck Colbert.

The “Colbert Report” host returned from his hiatus following his mom’s death earlier this month, and his first order of business was a heartfelt monologue.

Stephen began, "I''ve been away from the Report for a week because one week ago from today, my motherLorna Tuck Colbert died. And I want to thank everybody who offered their thoughts and prayers."

"When you watch the show, if you like this show, that''s because of everybody who works here, and I''m lucky to be one of them. But when you watch the show and you also like me, that''s because of my mom. So before we start the show again, I''d like to tell you a little bit about her."

"She met my father James at age 12 at cotillion and she liked him, but she didn''t want him to know how much, so she would make her friends ride their bikes all the way across town to pass by his house, but then she''d never look to see if he was in the front yard, which of course drove her friends crazy. And evidently, she drove my father crazy because they married and had 11 children."

Colbert continued, "She made a very loving home for us. No fight between siblings could end without hugs and kisses, although hugs never needed a reason in her house."

"She knew more than her share of tragedy, losing her brother and her husband and three of her sons. But her love for her family and her faith in God somehow gave her the strength not only to go on but to love life without bitterness and instill in all of us a gratitude for every day we have together."

"We were the light of her life, and she let us know it ''til the end. And that''s it. Thank you for listening."






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Thu, 25 Apr 2013 - 21:0 GMT +1
The Tweetsplainer: Welcoming Bill Clinton to Twitter

Welcome to Twitter, Bill Clinton! The nation’s 42nd president officially started tweeting last night as @billclinton. He’s been on Twitter since the beginning of the month, when Stephen Colbert took the liberty of creating Clinton’s account at @prezbillyjeff and sending out his first tweet. However, last night Clinton officially took control of his account, switched his handle, got verified and has sent out three tweets, at the time of this writing.

This is all very exciting, President Clinton! Next you can ditch that Yahoo email address and switch to this new thing called Gmail. Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow, Bill, am I right?

But the online world can be a very scary place, especially for an outsider. Twitter especially, where users can sometimes seem to speak in an entirely different language. There’s no need to be discouraged, though, because Celebuzz has put together a little tweetsplainer, if you will, to help you hit the ground running… 140 characters at a time. These are some things you might run into, and how to respond.

#FF

This stands for “follow Friday” and is the practice of recommending interesting or important people for others to follow on Twitter. As a former President of the United States, I would imagine that you qualify as both and will probably get plenty of #ff mentions tomorrow. All hail your Klout score.


#TBT

This is another popular hashtag on Twitter and stands for “throwback Thursday,” in which Twitter users post old pictures of themselves each Thursday. As you will learn, Twitter is a very aliteration-friendly medium. If you’d like to participate in #tbt, might we suggest the photo on the right as your first entry.


#FollowATeen

It’s probably best that you don’t participate, but this is a game on Twitter in which adults choose one random teen on Twitter to follow and subsequently provide their followers with random updates about their teen’s life. “My teen is fighting with her bestie about homework,” for example. Why do you ask? First of all, this is the internet, President Clinton, and no one has to explain why anything here. Second of all, I don’t know, it’s funny?

If you’re looking for more information, BuzzFeed’s Katie Notopoulous explains the more specific rules of #followateen here.


‘Yo, Is a Picture of You?’ Direct Message

It’s not; don’t open it. Just don’t. No, someone is not sending you an old picture of you playing the saxophone on the Arsenio Hall Show. It’s spam and clicking the bit.ly link attached to the direct message will hack your account and send the same message to everyone who follows you. As you’ve already amassed nearly 400,000 followers, this would be very annoying. And while we’re on the subject of direct messages…


You Can’t Send a Picture Via Direct Message!

You can’t. Seriously. It’s unclear why politicians sometimes think they can send pictures via direct message, but you cannot. Just ask Anthony Wiener. You’ve had some issues in the past, President Clinton, but it’s okay, we all forgave you. But messing up again might be the last straw. As President George W. Bush says, “fool me one, shame on you, fool me — you can’t get fooled again.” Or something like that.


Anyway, welcome to Twitter, President Clinton. We hope this was enough information to get you started.





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Wed, 10 Apr 2013 - 20:0 GMT +1
"The Hollywood Reporter" Names 35 Most Powerful People in Media

For the third year in a row, The Hollywood Reporter released its list of the 35 Most Powerful People in Media.

The list encompasses "a mix of the A-list movers and shakers who control what we consume — an influence that extends to entertainment and much, much more."

Gracing the pages this year are famous faces like Jimmy Fallon, Jon Stewart, Barbara Walters, Kelly Ripa, and Robin Roberts.

Talk show hosts are all over the list, including Stephen Colbert, Anderson Cooper, David Letterman, Bill O''Reilly, Howard Stern, and Wendy Williams.






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Wed, 20 Mar 2013 - 11:40 GMT +1
Jimmy Fallon Talks Hosting "The Tonight Show" in GQ's April 2013 Issue

Stepping away from his "Late Night" desk, Jimmy Fallon scored the cover spot on GQ magazine''s April 2013 Style Bible.

The 38-year-old comedian rocked Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren for the Peggy Sirota-shot spread while chatting about everything working with Stephen Colbert to taking Jay Leno''s spot on "The Tonight Show."

Check out a few highlights from Mr. Fallon''s interview below. For more, be sure to visit GQ!

On standing out from the rest of the kids in the neighborhood:
"Yeah, the cool crowd was always beyond my grasp. Like, my parents had a fence, a chain-link fence, and my sister and I were not allowed outside it. I was only allowed to ride my back in my backyard. Like Gus the polar bear at the zoo? That was me. Kids would say, ''What are you doing, man? Come out.'' I was like, ''I can''t.'' We got a rope swing. On a tree. We had to wear football helmets to ride the swing. Kids could see us. They would pull up on their bikes so they could watch the Fallon kids, so weird. You know, ''Why are you wearing football helmets?'' We''re like, ''So we don''t hit our heads!''"

On the possibility of hosting "The Tonight Show":
"I mean, in the nicest way, who really cares? In the nicest way. It would be great, sure, I guess. I''d love it, but it''s not on my mind. I''m in no rush to do anything. I''m kind of a boring character in that book. I''m not in a fight with Jay or Conan, or any of them. I don''t have that story."

On the experience he tries to offer for viewers of "Late Night":
“On Late Night, it’s like we’re all in on the joke. That’s what I wanted it to be. I’m not doing something sneaky. Inside jokes, I don’t like those. We can all ride together, and everyone’s on the same thing going, ‘Aha, I know where you’re going here.’ And if we get weird, everyone knows, ‘Okay, we’ll go for that little ride of being weird.’ Or if I go, okay, I’m going to try to be Neil Young and sing ‘Pants on the Ground.’ We’re all just going to ride it out, laugh, and we’re going to be like, ‘This is so silly,’ but it’s happening. It’s…a happening. That’s such a ’60s word. But that’s what it is. It’s intimate and we’re all having the same experience. A happening.”

On collaborating with Colbert:
“And Colbert, by the way, is so underrated to me I don’t even know. Can you even understand he’s doing a character for how many years now? This is unheard of in comedy. He’s doing something that people will talk about forever. We did a whole bit where we were BFFs, and we became enemies and we hated each other. And then we sang Fievel the mouse, ‘Somewhere Out There.’ Looking out the window, remembering that we were best friends. Such a smart guy. I love him so much. He’s one of my favorite guys to play with.”

On his "SNL" laughing habit:
“Definitely a comedy foul. Lorne didn’t like it. I didn’t like it. But the sketches I laughed in became popular. At the end, it was like the audience was waiting. The studio started to shake. Like an earthquake. I couldn’t hold it in anymore. Torture.”







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Sat, 16 Feb 2013 - 18:45 GMT +1
Celebrities Respond to 'Harlem Shake' Craze!
Celebrities Respond to 'Harlem Shake' Craze!

Harlem Shake” has become such an online craze that celebrities have started to show their love for the song.

Azealia Banks, Ed Sheeran, Jon Stewart, Ryan Seacrest, Anderson Cooper, and Stephen Colbert are some of the recent celebrities, who have showcases their dance moves to the song.

Azealia, 21, took the track, produced by Baauer, and added in her own rap lyrics. Check out the video below!

Click inside to watch other celebs dance to the latest ‘Harlem Shake’ trend


Azealia Banks – ‘Harlem Shake’ Video


Ryan Seacrest – Harlem Shake


John Stewart – Harlem Shake


Stephen Colbert – Harlem Shake


Ed Sheeran – Harlem Shake


Anderson Cooper – Harlem Shake





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Wed, 17 Oct 2012 - 18:44 GMT +1
Stuff We Missed Today: 10-17-12

Alessandra Ambrosio Gets To Wear The Fancy Victoria’s Secret Bra This Year – Hollywood Rag

A Sprite Shower And A Creepy Old Man – Random Fail 

Stephen Colbert In Playboy? – I Need My Fix 

You Can’t See The Color Of Kelly Osbourne’s Hair In Faul Magazine – Drunken Stepfather (NSFW Site) 

Justin Bieber Is The New Face of Adidas - Seriously? OMG! WTF? 

OJ Simpson Wants To Sell THE Knife – Celebrity Dirty Laundry 

Kate Middleton and Lisa Maria Presley Fighting ? – Hollywood Hiccups

Last But Not Least…Kate Upton Is Always Gorgeous In Bikini Pictures – Popfill





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