We hope you’re ready for some laughs!
After NBC aired a three-hour version of The Sound of Music last week, Saturday Night Live decided to have some fun with it.
But this time it was The Sound of Music: The Condensed Version!
Kristen Wiig even made an appearance as her HIGHlarious character Dooneese!
We can not stop laughing! Ch-ch-check it out
Yikes! Talk about embarrassing!
Jeffrey Deitch, an art dealer and collector, walked up to Diddy at the event and said, “Hi Kanye…”
But he quickly realized his mistake, and an eyewitness recounted what happened:
She’s probably going to wish she’d just said this to her brother instead of posting it.
The heiress commented on the pic:
"They both will pay for what they did. No one f*cks with my family and gets away with it!!"
As you probably guessed, the comment was deleted, but it’s already out there for the world to judge.
Of course any sister would be protective of her brother, but if this is seen as a real threat, Paris could get herself into trouble.
[Image via Instagram.]
We've been learning a lot about this amazing lady lately.
Including whether her adoring fans can expect more children from her in the near future!
Will Pink and Carey Hart be adopting a sibling for their daughter Willow?
It most certainly sounds like it!
Here's what she said when asked if she wants a brood:
Our favorite Frenchie is back!
Julien Doré is the anti-hero of French pop!
He makes mainstream records that are cool and quirky and fun!
His latest, Paris Seychelles, is a French/English hybrid that is so smooth! And it has a bass-line that is so infectious you will be hooked instantly!
This is some Hall & Oates-inspired greatness!
Check it out above!
Not quite a musical. Not really a concert. The production features wonderful arrangements of Bacharach songs by Kyle Riabko, a very talented and magnetic young actor/musician who also stars in the show. And the songs are brilliantly staged by director Steven Hoggett. It's all rather enjoyable but also very disappointing.
There is no plot. No dialogue or story. No takeaway (sorta).
It was rather obvious to us that the one recurring theme of Bacharach's timeless and iconic music is love. There could have been a very powerful story to tell here. Or several!
The show, as it is, also just doesn't make sense in a theater setting. It would work much better at a cabaret space or a concert venue. Let people booze it up, stand and jam out with the awesome musicians.
However, there is a real opportunity here to add a story - or stories - and turn this show into something truly special.
The potential is clearly there!