Fergie performed the National Anthem at tonight’s NBA All Star Game, and I’m sure you’re asking, “How bad could it really be?” Whatever your worst-case scenario is? Double it. Then triple that.
Be honest, when the news broke about Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux splitting, did you think, “hmmm, well, Brad Pitt’s single now, too…”? You wouldn’t be the only one. - (LG)
Considering getting an aquarium for your living room? How about a beehive instead? No, seriously. - (BP)
Salma Hayek is channeling Kim Kardashian now. And a bunch of other celebrities in some less than flattering ensembles at the pre-BAFTA party. - (Celebitchy)
Awwww, this adorable couple planned identical surprise proposals to each other at the exact same time. - (Buzzfeed)
Jordan Peele’s producing a new show for TBS starring Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish. It’s good to see Tracy back on teevee again, but I hope Tiffany Haddish has a big role in this show too! - (SandA)
Elvis’s daughter says she’s broke, which I would find hard to believe were it not for the whole $cientology involvement. - (Dlisted)
Many years ago, I worked in a weird office where I had a sliding glass door (my office was the only one that had this feature) and my boss made me put a sticker on the glass door so no one would walk into it (which bummed me out, because honestly? I totally wanted someone to walk into it because I’m kind of a jerk). Now at Apple’s new spaceship campus, employees are walking into the walls and I still find it hilarious! - (Gizmodo)
Marc Jacobs’s collection is taking me back to high school here and I just… no. No. I don’t wish to return to the giant shouldered, super high-waisted, boxy ’80s. No thank you, Marc. - (GFY)
Don’t tell LeBron James what to do. Especially don’t tell him to “shut up and dribble.” - (BI)
Speaking of basketball and of shutting up, maybe SportsCenter’s Michael Smith should have when interviewing Jamie Foxx. Smith asked Foxx, in a live interview during the NBA’s All-Star weekend, about Foxx’s relationship with Katie Holmes. Didn’t go over well. - (EW)
In Istanbul, there’s a cat that hangs out at the top of an escalator in the metro station - and she doesn’t give af if she’s in your way or not. - (Distractify)
The book CatOnMyHead chose for their debut review for Cannonball Read is appropriately told from the perspective of a cat. In Sandi Ward’s The Astonishing Thing, Boo must grapple with the dissolution of her human family. "Boo’s journey is not that unlike the one many of us have taken as our families dissolve: we look back on memories through a new lens, we question past actions, we reconsider who the "bad guy" might really be…and even if there actually is one." Who would your pet think is the bad guy in your house? (Cannonball Read 10)
I believe the children are our future.