Nancy Grace Shares Her Camera Space With No One. NO ONE!
I am LIVING for the now infamous Nancy Grace/Ashleigh Banfield split screen interview where the two were recorded separately from about fifteen feet away. LIVING. (The Atlantic Wire)
I MEAN LOOK AT IT.
This Daft Punk-themed art show is blowing my mind with its pure, undiluted Daft Punkiness. (Unreality)
Jonathan Coulton and Greg Pak hit their Kickstarter goal and will now be making a comic version of "The Princess Who Saved Herself" a reality. See, Zach Braff, this is the kind of Kickstarting I can get behind. (The Mary Sue)
Charles Ramsey is an amazing ball of magic. On one hand, he's hilariously meme-able, on the other hand, he's a damn hero. Watch Anderson Cooper interview him, and be changed. (Uproxx)
Macaulay Culkin is now living with Pete Doherty. I guess that answers those "is Macaulay Culkin addicted to heroin?" questions. (Dlisted)
Reader's Digest conducted a highly scientific poll regarding the most trusted stars in America. The least trusted stars? Kristen Stewart and Tom Cruise. Look, KStew obviously made the cut because of the still-butthurt "ROBSTEN UNBROKEN! *sob*" contingent, but at least she never made Nora from "How I Met Your Mother" dig ditches as punishment for a bad date. (Videogum)
You could put the Kristen Wiig "SNL" promos on a loop for an hour and a half, and they'd be better than 80 percent of "Saturday Night Live's" episodes. (WG)
Gird your loins, ASkars lovers. Here he is as a tiny tot with his dad, Stellan. (Buzzfeed)
In light of the insane Ariel Castro kidnapping story, here are fascinating tales of other kidnapping survivors. (Mental Floss)
Finally, have you people even heard the Beyonce/Andre 3000 cover of Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black"? Because it is offensive to me, to music and to ears. It hurts. It hurts so bad. Make it stop. (Beatspill)