Yup. This is awesome!!!
Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek rapped his way through an entire category on the long-running game show this week!
The 73-year-old tried his best at spitting the lyrics of Notorious B.I.G., Dr. Dre, the Beastie Boys, and Public Enemy!
It might be the most awkwardly AH-Mazing thing we’ve ever seen!
MC Trebz might not be ready for a freestyle battle but we’re pretty impressed at how well he got through all 5 clues!
Press PLAY above to watch just how much game Alex has!
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For those of you who don't watch football, the Seattle Seahawks have some of the most passionate (and loudest) fans in the NFL!
So Dr. Dre really tried to get that point across in his latest ad for Beats by Dre featuring San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick! The only problem is he might have gone a tad too far!
The commercial is simple: The rival QB makes his way to the Pacific Northwest, and the fans give him a not-so-warm reception! And by that we mean they pee on his bus, yell out things like "You're gonna die here!" and basically do everything outside of carrying pitchforks and torches!
Surprisingly, Seahawks fans were NOT thrilled about being portrayed as an angry mob (go figure!) and some Seattleites are even suggesting a boycott on the pricey headphones!
Yikes! Dr. Dre does NOT want to get on the bad side of these fans! Hasn't he seen his own commercial?? They're vicious!!
Ch-ch-check out the controversial ad (above)!
Even though we've already seen Jimmy Fallon and Brian Williams slow-jam the news, we bet you never thought you’d see a NBC News host rapping to the tunes of Snoop and Dr. Dre!!
But thanks to some clever editing, you now can!!
Brilly Willy from NBC News stopped by to chat with Jimmy on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night (again), and was there to witness as Jimmy aired a HIGHlarious mash-up that makes Brian look and sound like a hardcore gangsta!!
Ok maybe not thaaaatt hardcore, especially since he spends the entire clip on his news set, but he definitely looks like he knows what he’s doing! Ha!!
Check out the amazeballs editing above!!!
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"That wasn't my finest moment. Every time I watch that video, the beginning bit properly makes me giggle. I remember sitting on the loo on the set with Eminem and Dr. Dre there and thinking: 'How surreal can life get?' It's quite hard to sit on the loo without wanting to go to the loo. It wasn't my sexiest moment."
- Dido, on filming the music video for her duet with Eminem on the single Stan, to NY Daily News
Talk about a product just as SASSY as the woman behind its creation!
On top of new music, her judging duties on American Idol and expanding her fragrance line, Nicki Minaj recently teamed with Beats By Dre to create her very own, very pink limited edition of the Pill portable wireless Bluetooth speakers, called the 'Pink Pill!'
And in the just-released commercial for the music-listening device, Her Minajesty's latest product proves to be VERY helpful at not just providing the means to blast her single with Lil' Wayne, High School, but also catching a gentleman caller in the act of TEXTING another woman on the side!
YEAH. Believe us when say that some serious HIGHlarity ensues!
Ch-ch-check it all go down (above)!
But what do U guys think? Can a man just be friends with a girl named Kadesha?!
Ahh, just what the doctor ordered!
According to Eminem's longtime mentor Dr. Dre, Slim Shady is just about wrapped up with his 8th studio album!
Yes! Yes! YES!!!
Shady Records president, Paul Rosenberg previously confirmed that the Detroit rapper would be dropping a new album this year, but for some reason it sounds better coming from the legendary hip-hop producer!
But wait, there's more!
Apparently Dre is dusting off the cobwebs and getting back to work himself, saying:
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Guess who's back, back again??!!
Shady's back, tell a friend!!!!
Eminem's classic lyrics have a whole new meaning now because the Real Slim Shady is back in the studio and will have his eighth album out after memorial day later THIS YEAR.
Shady Records president, Paul Rosenberg, explained: