In the latest spoof of The Bachelor, Jesse Tyler Ferguson is the guy handing out the roses, taking on the role of the first-ever gay bachelor. He runs into a few hilarious issues, though, particularly when the guys start to make connections among themselves. Also cracking us up this week was Jimmy Kimmel's amazing prank, a Catching Fire spoof, and Jennifer Lawrence's press-tour antics. See all of this week's most hilarious videos and pictures:
The First Gay Bachelor
The popular reality TV show The Bachelor has never featured a gay bachelor — until now. A new Funny or Die video stars Jesse Tyler Ferguson as the first gay bachelor who struggles for attention as his dates find connections among themselves. Bonus points for a Lance Bass cameo and an *NSYNC reference.
Jimmy Kimmel's Christmas Prank
Jimmy Kimmel and John Krasinski have been pranking each other back and forth for years, but Jimmy's holiday prank this season will be hard to top. With the help of a 15-person crew, the late-night host transformed John and Emily Blunt's house into a Winter wonderland, wrapping their entire house and bringing in fake snow, a chorus, and an elf.
Jennifer Lawrence's Mint Mishap
While the Catching Fire cast was in Madrid, Jennifer had a clumsy moment during a press conference, spilling her mints and cracking up her castmates. The look on her face says it all.
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The Hunger Games Meets Sesame Street
The latest mashup brings together The Hunger Games and Sesame Street in the cleverly titled video "Hungry Games — Catching Fur." Cookie Monster — aka Cookieness Evereat — teams up with Pita, a piece of bread, for a spoof of the upcoming film.
Channing's Jean-Claude Van Damme Split
In character as Jenko on the set of 22 Jump Street, Channing Tatum attempted Jean-Claude Van Damme's epic splits move. Channing positioned himself between two food trolleys, but as they were spread apart, things went a little awry.
A Cheating Prank Gone Wrong
One guy planned to trick his girlfriend by setting up a hidden camera while he told her he'd cheated on her. Things got awkward, though, when she confessed a secret of her own.
Harvard Students Pretend They're From Yale
Harvard's comedy news group, On Harvard Time, headed to the Yale campus, pretended they were Yale students, and gave hilarious tours to people visiting the university, sharing some surprising facts about the school.
Zappos vs. Kanye
The latest Kanye West feud is with none other than the online retailer Zappos. After Kanye took a dig at the company's CEO, Tony Hsieh, saying that he "sells all this sh*t product to everybody," an actual sh*t product page showed up on the site. Retailing for $100,000, the toilet-plunger combo features a telling description: "This is the throne, everyone has been watching. Whether you're #1 or #2, your clique will show no mercy, even in Paris."