Now that's how you break the internet!
That's a whole lot of people!
But Caitlyn's coming out photo didn't just do well for VF...
[Image via Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair.]
A map to the stars is this music video!
Carly Rae Jepsen has released the music video that is set in New York City and called I Really Like You and we really like it, too!!!
Carly Rae scored such a coup by getting Tom Hanks himself in this high energy performance!
The lip-synching may be a bit, bleh, but hey - Tom Hanks makes up for everything, right?! And the dancing is pretty darn good!
We're so proud of Carly Rae for working her butt off to make sure she's no one hit wonder, and we'd say she definitely succeeded!
Decide for yourself by watching it up (above) !!!
Just when you thought Carly Rae Jepsen had decided to become a one hit wonder, she went and did this!
A bystander posted this video of the joyful affair:
It's a bummer to be David Letterman.
Weeks ago, the Late Show host scheduled NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams to be a guest on Thursday night's show, but it's not happening now.
Last week, news broke that Williams lied about being on a helicopter that was hit by enemy fire. Since then, he's voluntarily removed himself from his news program, and canceled the Late Night With David Letterman appearance.
Some people are really upset for David because this could have been a huge interview, since it's obviously an inneresting scandal, and was set for Thursday night.
The good news is that they were able to book Tom Hanks instead, and who doesn't love Tom Hanks?!
We're curious what you think…
Would You Watch Brian Williams' Interview???
Total Votes: 2,239
This is possibly one of the best things we've ever seen.
Tom Hanks was at a NY Rangers game recently when one of his old buddies dropped in to say hello…
It was Wilson! His volleyball/best friend from the film Castaway!
Wilson was literally dropped into his hands when the cameras were trained on the star's famous face.
He looks overjoyed to see his old buddy again, visibly yelling out his classic line: "Wilson!!"
Now this part is a little interesting: Watch the end of the clip closely… when he (and Wilson) start chanting "Let's go, Rangers!" it almost looks like he gets a little teary eyed?
Does he still feel the pain of that loss, all these years later??
Check out the video (below), watch closely, and let us know what you think in the comments.