No one likes walking into a restroom and seeing droplets of liquid gold on the toilet seat. But it takes a real American like Deion Sanders to make a plea to all men out there to stop peeing on the seat. #IStandWithPrimeTime
Yesterday, the Houston Astros kicked off Spring Training with a press conference where they apologized for the cheating scandal that has gripped the baseball world for the entire offseason. Owner Jim Crane said that he doesn't think the players should be punished because they didn't know any better and Alex Bregman sure didn't seem very sincere in his apology...
Frank Caliendo has made a pretty damn good career out of doing spot-on impressions, and for good reason: he's really, REALLY good at them! Caliendo recently posted the clip below, where he does the voices of legendary broadcasters Pat Summerall AND Frank Caliendo, calling a Patrick Mahomes touchdown run from a few weeks ago...
Montana has been no stranger to the celebrity scene so far in the past year or two. The Kardashians, Katy Perry and John Mayer, and Jessica Biel and hubby Justin Timberlake have all been rumored to have set foot in the Treasure State. Missoula seems to have been one of the alleged hot spots for celeb sitings in the state.
Louis C.K. was on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night.
He said when he was a writer on The Dana Carvey Show in 1996, Jimmy Fallon auditioned for a writing position.
While Fallon was very talented -- even back then, Louis (whose full name is Louis Székely) says he torpedoed Fallon's chances.
This morning on The Free & Hot Wings Morning Show, we spoke with former Major League Baseball outfielder and coach Mookie Wilson.
Wilson has a new book out titled Mookie: Life, Baseball and the '86 Mets, which he co-wrote with Erik Sherman Berkley.
This is one of those videos where some will think it's scripted and others will think it's genuine.
Cate Blanchett was interviewed about her new movie, Cinderella, and seemed to be offended by the quality of the interviewer's questions.
There was a one-hour red carpet pre-show before NBC's "Saturday Night Live" 40th anniversary special Sunday night.
Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie from NBC's "The Today Show" interviewed the celebrities who were there.
While they were interviewing actor and comedian Jim Carrey, things got a bit awkward when Carrey brought up suspended "NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian W