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You can watch one of Prince’s best concerts in its entirety for free

By on April 25, 2016 at 8:09 PM.

You can watch one of Prince’s best concerts in its entirety for free

The world is still coming to grips with the loss of one of the most talented musicians we have ever known. Prince’s untimely passing at the young age of 57 rocked the music industry and fans last Thursday morning, and we’ve all spent plenty of time since then relive our favorite music. If you’re unfamiliar with Prince, one video and the story behind it will tell you everything you need to know.

We’ve done a whole lot of digging over the past few days in our quest to relive the magic, and we’ve found a number of great videos in the process. Among them is a full hour-long set from a Prince concert in 1982, and you can watch the entire thing for free. More →

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One video and the story behind it tell you everything you need to know about Prince

One video and the story behind it tell you everything you need to know about Prince

By on April 22, 2016 at 9:18 AM.

Prince was, in a phrase, one of a kind. Rarely does such an eccentric and at times egotistical star actually posses the talent to back up his or her persona, but Prince was a rarity if nothing else. He was one of the most outlandish personalities of his time, and he did have the talent to back it up. He had so much talent that practically all of the greats in the industry adored and respected him despite his eccentricities. Eric Clapton was once asked in an interview what it felt like to be the best guitarist in the world, and his answer was perfect: “I don’t know. Ask Prince.”

Sadly, millennials and other young generations might not know much about Prince beyond the hilarious impersonation of him that was featured on Dave Chapelle’s old show. So we dug up one video that might just tell you everything you need to know. More →

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Watch Ashton Kutcher and Jimmy Kimmel compare their Uber pasenger ratings

By on March 29, 2016 at 10:20 PM.

Watch Ashton Kutcher and Jimmy Kimmel compare their Uber pasenger ratings

Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live yesterday, A-list celeb Ashton Kutcher and Jimmy Kimmel decided to check their respective Uber ratings live on the air. While passenger ratings on Uber used to be a closely guarded secret that were only accessible via various hacks and work-arounds, the ridesharing company this past September finally made such information easily accessible.

Kutcher obviously didn’t show up to talk about Uber, but as one of the company’s early investors, it’s not at all surprising that the topic veered in that direction.

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How Gawker tricked Donald Trump into tweeting a quote from fascist dictator Mussolini

By on February 29, 2016 at 10:26 AM.

How Gawker tricked Donald Trump into tweeting a quote from fascist dictator Mussolini

On Sunday morning, the political world was abuzz following a curious and somewhat controversial retweet sent out from Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s official Twitter account. The tweet in question read, “It is better to live one day as a lion than 100 years as a sheep.”

Seems innocent enough, but Twitter users were quick to note that the quote was originally said by Benito Mussolini, the fascist Italian dictator.

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Kanye West is on another epic Twitter rant, says his album will “never be on Apple”

By on February 15, 2016 at 8:50 PM.

Kanye West is on another epic Twitter rant, says his album will “never be on Apple”

Kanye West is nothing if not entertaining. Whether you’re quick to label Yeezy a genius or call him insane (or an insane genius), most everyone can agree that ‘boring’ is an adjective no one has ever used to describe Kanye West.

Over the weekend, West appeared on Saturday Night Live but still found time to tear it up on Twitter, firing off a barrage of bizarre, hilarious, and at times nonsensical tweets. Among no shortage of comedic gems was the assertion that he’s $53 million in debt along with pleas to both Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Page to invest $1 billion in his ideas. Why? Because Kanye is the self-proclaimed Walt Disney of this generation and he doesn’t have enough resources to create what he’s capable of. Just Kanye being Kanye, I suppose.

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David Bowie fans flock to social media to pay their respects

By on January 11, 2016 at 9:15 PM.

David Bowie fans flock to social media to pay their respects

Fans of David Bowie flocked to social media Monday to pay their respects to the music legend.  Bowie, 69, died Sunday after an 18-month battle with cancer.

The rock and roll icon was a top trend on Twitter, which reported 2.79 million David Bowie-related Tweets shortly after 10 a.m ET.  Earlier on Monday, Twitter UK noted 20,000 Tweets per minute related to the “Ashes to Ashes” singer. More →

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Video: Donald Trump sounds a lot smarter with a British accent

By on December 18, 2015 at 10:00 PM.

Video: Donald Trump sounds a lot smarter with a British accent

You can hate Donald Trump or you can love him, but what you can’t do is ignore him. Like it or not, Trump today is still at the forefront of every political conversation. Controversial and outspoken, Trump has built up a following of both ardent supporters and vocal critics.

Just 12 months ago, it would have sounded completely absurd to predict that Trump today would still be leading the Republican charge for the Oval Office. And yet, with 2016 right around the corner, Trump remains the most talked about Presidential candidate by a mile.

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Jimmy Kimmel talks to kids about having a female President; then Hillary Clinton shows up

By on November 7, 2015 at 7:14 PM.

Jimmy Kimmel talks to kids about having a female President; then Hillary Clinton shows up

No matter what side of the political divide you happen to fall on, there’s no denying that the current run-up to the 2016 Presidential election has been an endlessly wacky, dramatic and entertaining affair. Aside from the endless stream of soundbites provided by Donald Trump (who is hosting Saturday Night Live tonight, by the way), we also have the strongest female Presidential candidate in history in Hillary Clinton. And though Clinton isn’t the first woman to ever make a run for the Oval Office, she stands the best chance of actually achieving that goal.

Now given that political pundits can drone on for hours about the Presidential election, late-night host Jimmy Kimmel recently decided to have a little bit of fun with it. In a segment that aired late last week, Kimmel sat down with a few kids to hear what they think about the prospect of a female President.

The end result, as you might expect, is some great light-hearted comedy.

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Trump gets into a Twitter feud with John Oliver and his ‘very boring’ show

By on November 2, 2015 at 5:00 PM.

Trump gets into a Twitter feud with John Oliver and his ‘very boring’ show

Since leaving The Daily Show, John Oliver has made quite the name for himself on HBO with his series, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. Recently, the outspoken and witty host appeared on CBS This Morning and explained why he has no interest in having GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump appear on his show.

“I don’t really care about him in any capacity,” Oliver said. “I don’t really have anything to say to him. He’s said everything he has to say. He has no internal monologue, that man. He’s an open book. That book doesn’t have that many interesting words in it. It’s not like you’re going to find the secret nugget he has been holding back.”

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Eddie Murphy roasts and impersonates Bill Cosby during acceptance speech

By on October 19, 2015 at 3:40 PM.

Eddie Murphy roasts and impersonates Bill Cosby during acceptance speech

Over the weekend, Eddie Murphy was awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. After accepting the award on stage, Murphy, seemingly out of nowhere, busted out his Bill Cosby impression. It was an interesting turn of events given that Murphy, just a few months back, flat-out refused to perform his Cosby impression during Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary special.

But on Sunday night, Murphy came out guns a’blazing.

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