That's right, Kim Kardashian is apparently not buying the popular interpretation of what happened!
Jerry Seinfeld News Archive
We're not gonna lie, Jerry Seinfeld being in a rap album seems straight out of…well, an episode of Seinfeld.
Rapper Wale has frequently used the show Seinfeld as inspiration for The Mixtape About Nothing, as well as its followup More About Nothing.
And welp! The actual Jerry Seinfeld apparently liked it so much that he decided to contribute to the upcoming album The Gifted in a track entitled The Outro About Nothing.
It's nice to see Jerry doing some funny yada yada yada into the mic with Wale, who openly admits he's a huge fan of the comic. Wale's The Gifted drops on Tuesday and we're excited to listen to it!
Ch-ch-check out the video (ABOVE)!!!
What's the deal with airplane food?
That's something Jerry Seinfeld would say, except in a much funnier way!
But at a recent event, the spotlight was on his wife Jessica Seinfeld, whose charity Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash just celebrated its 12th annual event, and it looked like a blast!
In fact - Jerry was there with his children Sascha, Shepherd, and Julian - and the funny man looked very happy to be with his fam!
Other celebrities spotted at the charity event included Molly Sims, Ali Wentworth, and Missy Rayder!
What a great day for mommies and daddies!!!
Check out more mommies, more kids, and more Jerry pictures (below) !!!
[Image via WENN.]
Uh-oh! Jerry Seinfeld may want to start thinking about freshening up his comedy routine!
Apparently, during his recent set at the Stand Up For a Cure benefit concert, held at Madison Square Garden in New York Wednesday night, his jokes had audience members dozing off instead of laughing!
Or, at least one very famous audience member, if we're being specific: Martha Stewart!
A witness who says they were sitting behind her reported:
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WOW! We hate that this is even a debate we're having in our head right now, but we can't help it!
What was the most exciting aspect of Saturday Night Live last night?
Adam Levine showing off his deliciously seksi and tattoo'd pecs…or the much-anticipated, long-awaited, Digital Short return of Andy Samberg and The Lonely Island?!
Whatever! Obviously, last night was a WIN/WIN for the sketch comedy series!
But don't take our word for it!
Just check out all of the glory from the Maroon5 frontman's opening monologue, during which he receives some Voice-inspired "coaching" from the aforementioned SNL alum, Cameron Diaz and Jerry Seinfeld (above) as well as an explanation as to why he was dressed as a hobo last week with the HIGHlarious "YOLO" song also featuring Kendrick Lamar; the AH-MAY-ZING Catfish sketch; and what would happen if The Sopranos took a page out of The Carrie Diaries format…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
This is contradicting! LOLz
On Wednesday, Jerry Seinfeld's wife Jessica posted a pic of her hubby and daughter Sascha decorating a Jewish Christmas tree, and wrote:
“Jews on Christmas. And how did you celebrate today?”
In the pic (above), the couple's cute cupcake is seen placing the Star of David on top of their X-mas tree, which is HIGHlarious because we figured Jewish people didn't care for the festive pines.
But since they made it their own, and Jerry wished everyone a "happy Festivus to all," then we don't see anything wrong with that!!
Take a look-see at the Seinfeld's wonderful tree (above)!
[Image courtesy of Jessica Seinfeld's Instagram.]
Who Billy Crystal is on first!
Thursday night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy gathered a few of his famous pals to revisit Abbott & Costello's classic Who's On First? routine.
FINALLY viewers get to meet the team's first-baseman "Who," second-baseman "What," and third-baseman "I Don't Know." Press "PLAY" (above) to give yourself an old-timey chuckle.
Easily the best vaudeville act we've seen since Gypsy!
Best cover ever? Best coverS ever!
America's reigning Kaiser of comedy, Mr. Judd Apatow, served as the guest editor on January's issue of Vanity Fair magazine. And as far as we can tell, it's the sh*t!
To make this issue Super Badass, Judd got all his pals (aka the most HIGHlariooous bitches in Hollywood) to make an appearance in and on the cover of his one-off shot at magazine editing.
The list includes the stars of Apatow's upcoming film, This Is 40; Paul Rudd, Megan Fox, Leslie Mann, and Melissa McCarthy — along with no-names like Jim Carrey, Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Kristen Wiig, and Ben Stiller!
The thought of all those comics in one room is making us very excited… about reading this… but also sexually.
Ch-ch-check out our personal fave of the three covers (above) and the other two star-studded lay-outs (below)!
[Image via Vanity Fair.]