Karrueche Tran wants everyone to know that she's NOT Rihanna.
Agreed! The only thing these ladies have in common is Brown!
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Back in 1999, Jerry was cast as the object of Mimi's affection in her Heartbreaker music video.
For some reason, Jerry thought their on-camera chemistry would translate off-camera, so one day he gathered enough courage to knock on her trailer door.
He retold their encounter on Watch What Happens Live. Ch-ch-check out the clip below (jump to the one minute mark)!
Sometimes when you Watch What Happens Live, you get something a little crazier than you expect!
Andy Cohen had Full House alum Lori Loughlin, AKA Aunt Becky on the show, and with everyone talking about the upcoming spinoff, how could he not do a little Clubhouse Playhouse reenactment of the classic family sitcom?
It's the most insane wig party to hit Bravo since… OK, probably only a couple days, but it's still pretty wacky!
The HIGHlarious Jerry O'Connell played along too, but Andy has apparently been working on his portrayal of Michelle for a long time!
We're not sure if he needs an Emmy or a child psychiatrist! LOLz! Watch and decide for yourself (below)!
Oh, how the tables have turned on Giuliana Rancic!
The E! News hostess dished on her past relationship with Jerry O'Connell in her book Going Off Script and she revealed some not-so-great qualities about the actor.
Now we kinda sorta get to hear his version of everything that happened!
The host asked Jer about his thoughts on that whole ordeal — and the 41-year-old had a very interesting and pretty sweet response to the whole thing (below)! We don't want to ruin the reveal for you, so you've got to check out the interview!
On the same show, Lori Loughlin — or Aunt Becky, as we all so fondly remember her — was also a guest, and the Veronica Mars actor candidly revealed his twin daughters are obsessed with Uncle Jesse aka John Stamos!
She isn't holding anything back in her latest book — and it's pretty darn juicy!
How does that old saying go? Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me? The E! News host totally should've seen it coming the second time around, no?!.
In the memoir, she opens up about how their relationship turned romantic, before completely crashing.
Her beau's first infidelity incident was with
Jerry apparently thought it would be funny to answer his wife's texts with lyrics from Usher's song I Don't Mind, and OMG he was so right!
And luckily he shared his texts — and Rebecca's confused reactions — with the world!
In honor of the holiday, Funny or Die has been releasing a ton of Halloween-themed videos all week, but this one is probably our favorite.
It's a really well done short that actually feels like it could be on a real episode of the show, if the people looking for a home happened to be goths.
The Halloween-meets-real estate wordplay is also very well done; our favorites being the unfinished business and historic cult suicide jokes.
Ch-ch-check out the spooky spoof (below)!!!
Every ten years or so comes a movie or a play that attempts to illustrate what life is truly like today.
Like a more current and funnier American Beauty, the show is filled with characters who have crushed dreams, failed relationships and so much more!
Whereas a few years ago a similar play may have been darker and more cynical, American Hero is filled with moments of hope and almost non-stop laughter.
Telling the equally bizarre and somehow all-too-realistic tale of three workers at a fancy sandwich shop, playwright Bess Wohl masterfully mines the everyday and mundane into comedic brilliance.
Who knew making a sandwich could be so funny???
The show is about the big and the small. The good and the bad. Working together as a team and how sometimes we get the best of ourselves and each other.
A lot to explore in just 90 minutes with no intermission! A feat executed under the direction of Leigh Silverman.
Thankfully this show has a great cast - all who do a wonderful job. They include Jerry O'Connell, Daoud Heidami and Erin Wilhelmi.
AND Ari Graynor delivers an inspired and revelatory performance as a loose mother who is down on her luck and even more down on herself.
Sitting in that audience we were IN AWE of her comedic timing. Her complete immersion in this character. The way she was able to be big and ballsy yet also intimate and authentic.
She was so invested in every moment! It was a pleasure and a privilege to get to watch her do this part.
Ari Graynor is a superstar! We can't wait until the rest of the world finds out!!!