However, it seems like Laura forgot to wear a shirt! It's okay, girl. Happens to the best of us!
Overall, we're more surprised by an episode of Catfish than this outfit!
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John C. Reilly thinks some Step Brothers fans need to take it down a notch.
On Thursday's Conan, the Kong: Skull Island actor he appreciates the love people still have for his 2008 comedy with Will Ferrell — but thinks one fan went a little too far with a super cheeky tattoo!
The 51-year-old then showed us what he was talking about — a photo of a bare-assed man with tattoos of Reilly and Ferrell's faces on his buttcheeks!
While his Step Brothers character Dale would be all about the insane booty ink, the actor admitted he wasn't a fan, quipping:
"The only thing that comes between me and Will these days is the usual sh*t."
LOLz! Either way, that's some serious fan dedication!
Ch-ch-check out the video (below)!
We love seeing celebs band together to talk about a serious cause.
In a video for the upcoming NBC event, which helps raise funds to fight kids' poverty, a slew of A-listers (literally) finish each other's sentences all while promoting a good cause.
Other stars who pop up include Chloë Grace Moretz, Kristen Bell, Liam Neeson, Anna Kendrick,Lena Dunham, Vince Vaughn, Tracy Morgan, and Will Ferrell — while A-listers like Emma Thompson, Celine Dion, and Julianne Moore barely say a word!
And no charity video would be complete without Bono stopping by at the end to give a serious look! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the funny promo (below) and catch the second annual Red Nose Day special airing Thursday at 9 p.m. on NBC!
The time of year has come again to vote for the Teen Choice Awards!
On Wednesday, the award show announced their first slew of nominees which include celebs like Adele, Ryan Reynolds, and Jennifer Lawrence and AH-Mazing movies like Deadpool and Star Wars: The Force Awakens!
But it's really Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, and Zayn Malik that have won the first round of nominations as each artist was nominated three times — each receiving a nod in the Choice Male and Choice Female Artist categories, as well as snagging Choice Song and Choice Hottie nominations!
Ch-ch-check out all the nominees (below) and let us know who you think will win!
Lauren Miller Rogen is a funny lady, but she's pretty damn serious about Alzheimer's.
The actress and screenwriter, who is married to star Seth Rogen, cofounded Hilarity For Charity specifically to raise awareness (and therefore research funding) for the degenerative disease that affected her mother.
She writes in a poignant new essay:
"I have long advocated that Alzheimer's should be more prominent in movies and TV so that it can be destigmatized and humanized in the same way that cancer and HIV/AIDS have been. In order for Alzheimer's to receive the funding it needs and deserves, it needs to be understood by the millions of people who think memory loss is a normal part of aging (it's not) or even funny (it's definitely not)."
Not wanting to prejudge the material, Lauren tracked down the Black List script, which she thought was actually "well-written" even if it "does not portray the disease in an accurate way."
But there's something far more troubling, Lauren writes, than the movie. She explains:
On Monday night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the Hollywood hunk appeared as Ferrell's assistant during the fake infomercial they were trying to do in order to sell knives.
While Will doesn't actually have a movie he's promoting, Ryan has The Nice Guys opening in just over a week, but more importantly, he's got some Donald Trump-inspired knives to sell!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious bit (below) and let us know if you'll be catching The Nice Guys when it drops in theaters May 20!
Shortly after the news broke, Ronald's oldest son, Michael Reagan, took to Twitter to share his thoughts and SLAM the movie to tackling such a controversial subject saying, "Alzheimers is not a comedy it robs you then it kills you."
Well in a surprising move, Ferrell has decided to pull out of the flick shortly after news dropped of his involvement!
A rep for the actor told ABC News that:
When it comes to casting actors to play non-fiction characters, the decisions can quite often be a bit controversial — especially when they're caricatures for a comedy!
The film is simply titled Reagan and follows the former POTUS at the beginning of his second term as he falls into dementia. Wackiness ensues when an intern is given the job of convincing Reagan that he is an actor playing the president in a movie.
While it sounds like a pretty silly idea, we can also see how those that are affected by dementia or people who may have known the President personally might be offended.
Not surprisingly, that's exactly what happened as Ronald's son Michael Reagan took to Twitter to vent his frustration about the flick saying: