Kate Gosselin is ready to talk about her son Collin.
The blonde opened up to the mag about it, saying:
[Image via Joel Ginsburg/WENN.]
Love em, or hate em, YouTube stars like Tyler Oakley and Smosh are sticking around for a bit which means they DEFINITELY deserve the Mean Tweets treatment!
Luckily, since VidCon — a convention for online videos — is taking place this weekend in Anaheim, Jimmy Kimmel thought it would be the PERFECT opportunity to have some YouTubers swing by to read their harshest messages from Twitter!
Several online personalities took a hammering like Grace Helbig who was told "my taint is funnier and easier on the eyes." However, most of them were able to shrug off the comments as they see comments like that EVERY DAY!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious video of your favorite YouTubers receiving some online hate (below)!
Jimmy Kimmel is the undisputed king of pranks.
At Halloween and Christmas, his accomplices are parents turning their children's greed against them — but on Father's Day, he turns the tables!
This year's Father's Day YouTube Challenge issued by the JKL host asked kids to play a game of catch with their dads.
Sounds like some Norman Rockwell shiz, right? Except the dads couldn't know it was coming — and the kids had to throw anything but a ball! Ha!
Ch-ch-check out some of the worst Father's Day presents — sent by air express (above)!
Cats and dogs living together, mass hysteria!
The new Ghostbusters flick starring Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones is still a month away from opening, but it's already received quite a bit of backlash… and the women aren't having it anymore!
The GB cast members already appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last week to SLAM misogynistic trolls, but they're not stopping there as they recently did an interview with Entertainment Weekly where Wiig dished:
"You can't get better than the original. But it's a different movie, it's a different cast, it's many years later, and we've also done things that are different. It's not just about it starring women."
Jones then chimed in, saying:
On Friday, Finding Nemo is FINALLY getting its long awaited sequel Finding Dory and we couldn't be more thrilled!
To help promote the animated aquatic adventure, the HIGHlarious cast — Ellen DeGeneres, Ed O'Neill, Ty Burrell, Albert Brooks, Eugene Levy, and Kaitlin Olson – stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday night!
Though DeGeneres stayed pretty quiet during the cast interview, the comedienne's costars were HIGHlarious as they talked about explaining voice acting to their kids and how dumb they are for not understanding. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly fun interview (below) and let us know if you'll be checking out Finding Dory when it splashes into theaters June 17!
Over the weekend, the U.S. suffered one of the biggest terror attacks and on Monday night, late night hosts Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, Conan O'Brien, and Seth Meyers all took a moment to address the tragic events.
While the late night shows are generally all about silliness, celebrity interviews, and poking fun at the news, each comedian decided to address the terrible incident in their own way.
James Corden talked about Orlando during the Tony Awards, but last night Jimmy, Stephen, Conan, and Seth decided to touch on viewpoints of the shooting from how to tell their kids, to accepting others, and getting rid of guns — and even mentioning how to help the victims!
Ch-ch-check out all the AH-Mazing tributes from the incredible late night hosts last night (below)!
Who you gonna call? Why, the original cast, of course!
There's only about a month until Ghostbusters gets rebooted with an all-female cast, which means there's less time than ever for misogynistic trolls to judge the movie before even getting a chance to see it.
Luckily, Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones don't seem too annoyed by their haters… because they know they're really just 45-year-old men living in their parents' basements! LOLz!!!
The Saturday Night Live regulars stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday to chat about the upcoming horror/comedy, and ended up getting a surprise of their own when the OG 'busters joined them onstage!
During the eight-way interview, Bill Murray, Annie Potts, Ernie Hudson, and Dan Aykroyd officially gave their slimy blessing to the ladies while admitting they were a little nervous about the remake themselves at first.
We can't imagine Bill saying he found the new film to be funny if it really were a dud… so we can't wait to see it when it possesses theaters July 15!
Ch-ch-check out the 1984/2016 Ghostbusters crossover you didn't know you needed (above) & (below)!!!
We hope they didn't cross streams!
The Ghostbusters reboot has been getting a lot of backlash from fans, who — for one reason or another — think the film will tarnish the beloved franchise.
But director Paul Feig isn't letting those ghouls rain on his parade — especially on Ghostbusters Day!
To celebrate the anniversary of the original film's 1984 premiere, the director shared an EPIC photo on Twitter featuring both the old and new casts of the ghostly comedy!
He wrote in the caption:
"I mean, c'mon, how can this picture NOT make you happy? This is an epic group of people. Happy Ghostbusters Day!"
The snap featured Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon alongside original stars Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts, and Dan Aykroyd — not to mention Ray Parker Jr., who wrote and performed the original Ghostbusters theme song!
What's even better is that both casts will appear together on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday night! AH-Mazing!
Ch-ch-check out the cross-generational snap (above) to temporarily forget about the film's gender-fueled criticism!
[Image via Twitter.]