Rihanna’s new video for Bitch Better Have My Money is seven minutes you’ll never get back, and she even gets naked in it.
Paul Rudd will only answer in farts and you’ll love him for it.
Shia LaBeouf plagiarized that freestyle rap. Of course.
Paris Hilton will sue the crew of an Egyptian TV show for hilariously tricking her into believing she was about to die in a plane crash.
Jon Stewart goes to town on Antonin Scalia’s absolutely insane dissents on gay marriage and Obamacare.
Paris Hilton was masterfully tricked into thinking she was about to die in a plane crash, and the video is amazing.
Selena Gomez naked. Did you need me to say more?
Blake Anderson got kicked off a morning show in Cincinnati. I don’t want to jump to conclusions, but I think he might have been high as shit.
Jon Stewart sets aside the jokes and gets real about Charleston.
Somebody flew a “Cheater” banner over the U.S. Open yesterday. Tiger Woods handled it well.
Kim Kardashian wrote a letter to her future self and it’s as vapid and dumb as you imagined.
Rachel Dolezal is a fucking liar and has nothing to do with Caitlyn Jenner. You’re not clever.
Olivia Benson met Olivia Benson because apparently the Large Hadron Collider isn’t trying to destroy the universe fast enough.
Mariah Carey is replacing Kate Upton as the new breasts of Game of War. Ouch.
After two prime time specials defending Josh Duggar, Megyn Kelly has no problems throwing a black 15-year-old attacked by police under the bus.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are dealing with her breast cancer diagnosis while their son, Chet Haze, simultaneously fights to keep saying ‘nigga.’ Eat dicks, life.
Walmart paid Reese Witherspoon to show its shareholders the “Bend And Snap” from Legally Blonde, and she did it because she’s not rich enough apparently.
James Franco parodied Shia LaBeouf’s TED Talk parody and if that makes you angrily confused, congratulations, you’re competely normal.
Shia LaBeouf made a fake motivational speech that’s captivated the Internet like a shiny quarter. A bright, shiny quarter. Whee! Look at it go.
Amy Schumer defends your right to enjoy The Cosby Show without thinking about all those women Bill Cosby raped.