The season 46 premiere of "Saturday Night Live" included a sketch about Drew Barrymore, expertly played by Chloe Fineman, and her talk show.
President Donald Trump is shown firing an actor playing former President Barack Obama in a recently resurfaced video from 2012, when he was considering running for president. Details about the video came to light in former Trump attorney Michael Cohen's book, Disloyal: A Memoir, out on Tuesday via Skyhorse Publishing. According to The New York […]
In an impassioned defense of his beloved and beleaguered New York City, comedian Jerry Seinfeld has some harsh words for a Manhattan comedy club owner who bolted for Florida and recently claimed the Big Apple is "completely dead" with no hope for a rebound. "You say New York will not bounce back this time," Seinfeld […]
"This is what I was meant to do — bring people joy through humour."
"He’s portraying himself as the victim," says Jaclyn Friedman, the author of multiple books on sex and power. "That’s a pretty common tactic of abusers who don’t want to heed the call to change when they’re cornered.”
The actress also encouraged women to sit while they pee. "If you sit, we can all sit. Stop peeing on the seat."
Comedian Michelle Wolf is getting heat for taking a jab at Sarah Sanders. But before becoming a star in the comedy world, she was passionate runner who worked on Wall Street.
Golden Globes host Jimmy Fallon takes stabs at soon-to-be-president Trump during Golden Globes ceremony. It seems the appropriate choice that “The Tonight Show”‘s Jimmy Fallon would host the 74th annual Golden Globe awards — he’s certainly qualified for the role. Fallon has hosted an enormous share of TV specials, as well as an array of MTV award shows, but the funny man still managed to catch us off-guard with unapologetically crude humour.
Alice Brine, a New Zealand based comedian, hit the nail on the head in a recent Facebook post. Then she brings up the all-too-classic ‘asking for it’ idea: “You should have seen how he was dressed at the club, expensive shirts and shoes.
Wonder no more - a recent article by Australian comedian Celeste Barber reveals exactly what it’s like. As well as the lighter side of things, she has something to say about those who aren’t so kind. She says that her “handsome” sons are “the perfect mix of the two of us” but that the general public aren’t always so kind, implying that they got their looks from her other half.
“My first look is inspired by the incredible women nominated for best director,” she says, as the video is overlaid by images of Adam McKay, Tom McCarthy, George Miller, Lenny Abrahamson and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu.
And it’s hilarious. Bella Younger is a London-based comedian. Like many of us, she loves Instagram, but after spending her days scrolling through endless vacation snaps, healthy food pics and bizarre beauty tips, she realized her obsession was making her feel bad about herself. “Why’s everyone on a beach? What is this stylized courgette rubbish?” she told BuzzFeed.Instead wallowing at her lack of “charmed life,” the 28-year-old decided to have some fun and created a parody account called deliciouslystella to poke fun at common Instagram tropes. Click through the gallery above to see some of her most clever posts:All images via Instagram/deliciouslystella
Mindy Kaling says her tough high school years helped her become a better comedy writer. At least that was the case for Mindy Kaling. Being single also gave me time to realize my real passion: comedy.” Convinced she’d one day marry Saturday Night Live star Dana Carvey, she started auditioning for school plays.
Amy Schumer is on the August cover of Glamour. Leave it to Amy Schumer to give Glamour magazine one of the most funny, totally candid, and real interviews ever. While Schumer has been on the comedy circuit for over a decade, her deadpan, raunchy, NSFW humor is suddenly everywhere.
I went to a screening of Trainwreck this week. I’m not allowed to say anything, other than that it’s maybe one of the best comedies I’ve ever seen. But at the end, my editor turned to me and said, “Wait,Amy Schumer wrote it?” She was sure Judd Apatow had.