It's good to be Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers Brie Larson right now!
During an interview with Elle magazine, the March cover star said:
Imagine being hugged by your fave! Wouldn't you just die?!
[Image via Elle Magazine.]
We trust companies all over the world to put edible things into our food, and we just blindly go along with what they say is in their packages — but like the horse meat scandal in Ikea meatballs (and Europe, and Taco Bell), do we really know what's happening before we take a bite?
If you're eating Hot Pockets lately, nope!
The meat in Hot Pockets' Philly Steak and Cheese and Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese have been recalled because they possibly contained meat from
THE HAT IS BACK! BUT THIS TIME IT'S RED!
Every year, the NBA All-Star Weekend is the perfect opportunity to showcase some of the best players in the league! So why not also show a little bit of love to some of the best acts in the music industry as well??
Saturday night, Kenrick Lamar provided a much needed break from the incredibly confusing rules of the skills competitions to perform a rocked out rendition of m.A.A.d city which he followed up with the much more mellow Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe!
Sunday brought out even more stars as Pharrell and his giant red hat kicked off the All-Star Game with a star studded line-up of his own, which included Nelly, Busta Rhymes, Chad Hugo, Diddy, and Snoop Dogg! Even his favorite had made a cameo during the performance!
Then at halftime, Trombone Shorty took center stage with a little help from his friends Doctor John, Gary Clark Jr., Janelle Monáe, and Earth, Wind, & Fire!
Talk about an All-Star lineup of performers!
Ch-ch-check out Kendrick's performance (above) and see the rest AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Snoop doesn't half-ass anything, so when we heard that he was taking a charity football team under his wing… well, we knew they were destined for great things!
Just last weekend he took them to Phoenix to play the Phoenix All Stars for charity — an organization called Phoenix American Youth Football — where 9 and 10 years olds played a friendly game!
It was all in the name of a good cause, too! They were supporting a little project called Feed America, and the fans that came to see match up donated over TWO THOUSAND pounds of things! Holy shizz!
Oh, and Snoop's team won, of course! 19 to 6!
Congrats to EVERYONE involved! It wasn't about winning, it was about helping — and in that, everyone succeeded!
[Images via Instagram.]
Why hasn't this happened sooner?!?!
But then we actually watched the 5-minute ad, and that's when things got surprisingly weird!
The commercial actually ends up turning into a pretty hilarious spoof of Biz Markie's classic Just A Friend, titled You Got What I Eat that shows why Kate never pursued a career in music while Snoop raps about the deliciousness of the toasty bread used in Hot Pockets!
Seriously, we'd try to explain it better, but it's kind of one of those things you just need to watch yourself to understand!
Ch-ch-check out the wacky commercial (above)!
In case you didn't already hear, USC fired their head football coach Lane Kiffin this weekend, and it was NOT pretty!
After another tough loss to the Arizona State Sun Devils, the deflated group of Trojans boarded their plane and headed back to El Lay. But as the team piled onto their bus at LAX, Lane was pulled aside and fired on the spot, and they didn't even let him catch a ride back home with the team!
While the firing may seem a bit cold-blooded, Snoop Dogg's son spoke out about it recently and says the move should have come much sooner!
Cordell Broadus is only a junior in high school, but he's already considered on the top recruits at wide receiver for the class of 2015, and he wasted no time giving his opinion on the firing: