Stephen Hawking is a surprisingly funny and entertaining guy. Not surprising because he’s in a wheelchair, but surprising because he’s a theoretical physicist… I can’t imagine too many of them being a hit at dinner parties.
An online channel, TV series or video that focuses on celebrities and famous people.
Oh, Netflix. I think I’m starting to fall for you.
Full House is coming back! To Netflix! As Fuller House!
This is either the best news you have heard all year or a tidbit of information that’s enough to make you groan loudly enough that the people around you are wondering what’s up.
“There was no one moment when Jon Stewart knew it was time for him to leave what he describes as “the most perfect job in the world”; no epiphany, no flashpoint.
Richard Hammond is bored. Bored, bored, bored, bored, bored. And he wants us all to know just how bored he is since the BBC fired Jeremy Clarkson and effectively cancelled Top Gear.
Therefore, he has made this video showing his life as it is right now. If I’m honest, it looks rather idyllic, but for someone who is used to always doing stuff, Hammond is clearly struggling.
“”Canadian actor Jonathan Crombie, beloved for his role as Gilbert Blythe in “Anne of Green Gables,” has died.
“Columbia University has not removed TV celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz from his faculty position as a group of top doctors has demanded, citing his “egregious lack of integrity” for promoting what they call “quack treatments.”
While I never thought I’d be writing these words down again, it appears David Hasselhoff has done the unthinkable and released a new pop song.
Expect a wormhole to the underworld to open up beneath our very feet anytime soon, as this surely means the devil and his army of demons are on the loose once again.
“Though the Kardashian-Wests are comfortably back in their second home, Gay Paree, they’ve been given a perfect scrapbook souvenir by which to remember their tour of the Middle East.
It has been eight months since the legendary and beloved comedian and actor Robin Williams passed away, committing suicide at his home in California in August 2014.
That’s probably long enough for us to look back on Williams’ career, but short enough that a tribute is still rather fitting. Which makes this video by Jamie Costa very timely indeed.