A rookie BBC reporter goes way off script with his Mila Kunis interview, and the result — which includes discussions of "lad bombs" and "dropping trou," plus a wedding invite — is some of the most entertaining seven minutes you'll spend on the Internet. We also cover Amy Poehler's prank call, Jane Lynch's impressive rap skills, and more celebrity viral videos in this week's roundup!
Each year, Vanity Fair hosts its exclusive post-Oscars bash, and each year, it gets celebs to mark the occasion by taking silly candids in a photo booth. We have a look at some snaps from the 2013 bash here, including Channing Tatum and his pregnant wife Jenna Dewan's PDA. Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman welcomed her new best supporting actress Academy Award into the family, and Amy Poehler made it a girls' night with Rashida Jones. We have a look at the best pictures from inside the VF party — head over to the magazine's own site to see all the Vanity Fair photo booth pictures, including one awesome image of Jennifer Aniston making the "rock on" sign in a very crowded booth with Justin Theroux, Chelsea Handler, André Balazs, Dave Grohl, and his wife, Jordyn Blum.
Amy Poehler went to work on the set of Parks and Recreation yesterday in LA. She was joined by her costars Adam Scott and Rob Lowe for a scene taking place at what will be the Founder's Week Carnival in an upcoming episode. Taylor Swift's issue of Vanity Fair recently threw Amy into the headlines when the singer called her and her Golden Globes cohost, Tina Fey, out for their jab at her love life. Amy responded to Taylor's remark that there's "a special place in hell for women who don't help other women" by saying, "I feel bad if she was upset. I am a feminist, and she is a young and talented girl. That being said, I do agree I am going to hell. But for other reasons. Mostly boring tax stuff." Tina also responded to the comment at the NYC premiere of Admission earlier this week, saying she "did not see that one coming." Tina added, "It was a joke. It was a lighthearted joke."
In her cover article for Vanity Fair, Taylor Swift revealed how she didn't appreciate the joke that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler cracked about her during the Golden Globes. Well, now Amy is responding — hilariously, of course. Find out what the comedian has to say to the pop star, what sexy outfits Selena Gomez and Kate Hudson are barely wearing, and more headlines!
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In her Vanity Fair interview, Taylor Swift makes it known that she's tired of the jokes about her revolving-door love life, claiming that they are not only not true, but that they're also sexist. "Since 2010 I have dated exactly two people," Taylor asserts. She also adds that writing about her relationships in her songs should be viewed as a positive, but instead she's "portrayed as some clingy, insane, desperate girlfriend in need of making you marry her and have kids with her" and "that's taking it and turning it and twisting it into something that is frankly a little sexist."
But she saved her harshest words for an unlikely duo — Tina Fey and Amy Poehler — who poked fun at Taylor's dating history during their hosting gig at the Golden Globes. They joked, "You know what Taylor Swift? You stay away from Michael J. Fox's son." On the jab, Taylor quoted Katie Couric: "There's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women." Oh no she didn't!
Tina and Amy are positive female role models and vocal about their feminist ideals, so Taylor's response seems a teensy bit dramatic (also, this was probably the tamest joke of the night). But I do agree that calling Taylor "clingy and desperate" for simply dating different men and writing about it exacerbates a tired female stereotype. What do you think about Taylor's remarks? Weigh in now!
Award season is officially wrapped up, but we still can't get over all the glamorous shows, so we've rounded up the best moments from the past two months. From Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway's big Oscar wins to Justin Timberlake returning to the Grammys stage, the stars have had plenty of cute candid snaps. Adele shared a laugh with Barbra Streisand after nabbing an Oscar, George Clooney and Amy Poehler cozied up at the Golden Globes, and Katy Perry gave Ellen DeGeneres an eyeful when they hit the Grammys earlier this month. Meanwhile, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux made the Oscar party rounds with Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom, and Taylor Swift took over the turntables at a Brit Awards afterparty. Click through for those moments — and many, many more — from award season!
Last night's Vanity Fair Oscars party was star-studded and full of fun fashion. In addition to the celebs who showed off their stuff on the Vanity Fair party red carpet, the good times continued inside with celebs catching up with their good friends at Sunset Tower. Jennifer Aniston laughed with the designer of her Oscars dress, Valentino, while Chelsea Handler and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley made funny faces. Models Karolina Kurkova and Alessandra Ambrosio made eyes for the camera, while Spring Breakers buddies Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens hit the carpet side by side.
Click through for the top 25 BFF moments from inside the Vanity Fair bash!
The Independent Spirit Awards rolled into Santa Monica yesterday, bringing a host of famous faces with them. Once the Spirit Awards red carpet wrapped, the stars headed inside for the show, where they mingled in between announcements. Bradley Cooper congratulated Matthew McConaughey on his win for Magic Mike while Jennifer Lawrence celebrated her best female lead statue for Silver Linings Playbook with Jeremy Renner. Amy Poehler shared a laugh with her pal Paul Rudd in the audience, and Zoe Saldana met up with nominee Quvenzhané Wallis backstage.
Click through for more candid moments from the Spirit Awards!