I’ve written about celebrity apology tours on the m.blog in the past (ahem, looking at your Bieber) and how it’s almost insulting how obvious and self-serving they are (well, at least to PR pros!). In case you’ve been under a rock
Let’s be honest, some kids are a little spoiled these days. If you’re looking for proof, basically watch any Jimmy Kimmel video regarding Halloween candy. It will make you never want to reproduce.
Emma Stone recently visited Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” to plug Amazing Spider-Man 2, but what we all actually paid attention to was her epic lip syncing skills. Jimmy and Emma faced off in a lip-sync battle that will
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness…” It was true for Dickens then, and it’s true for us now. Enter social media: the new
Jimmy Kimmel recently introduced the newest member of The Bachelor franchise – his nephew Wesley. I won’t deny that I’m a big Bachelor/Bachelorette fan, though I think each season continues to get crazier, boozier, and even more immature with each
I have always been a big fan of the silly things that come out of children’s mouths. I may or may not ask my cousins questions about life and love just to hear their six-year-old contemplations. With this said, I