Just so everyone is clear—yes this is definitely the work of a mad comedic genius on Twitter and no we didn't unearth some secret, hidden "journal" belonging to Pharrell.
Justin Bieber was stopped and questioned today by US customs officials at LAX as he tried to enter the country after a trip to Japan.
In today's Tweet Beat, Alec Baldwin shares an important observation, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Erin Brockovich form a true bond and Emile Hirsch goes back in time.
Lifetime has green-lit a reality show about five young women living in a Catholic convent, who are trying to decide whether or not to become nuns 4 life.
Model Sally Ferreira has filed a lawsuit against 50 cent for putting her on blast on his Instagram and allegedly "blacklisting" her from the industry.
Disney World has a homeless problem. There are 1,126 homeless households in Florida's Osceola County, because those families can't afford an average $800 a month rent while being paid a $8.03 minimum wage for working at Disney.
A (very informal) survey by Arizona news station KSDK found that men, on average, hold onto their underwear for approximately seven years or until "they shred in the washing machine." BFD, I say — I've had the same pair of Old Navy briefs in my rotation since 2003 and they're still going strong.
Take your selfies while you can, because the great selfie crackdown of '14 continues! Yet another university has ruled mid-commencement selfies verboten.
Actress Aubrey Peeples will play Jem in the forth-coming movie version of Jem and the Holograms. If you’re wondering why she's familiar, Peeples plays the annoying reality TV star slash country pop singer Layla Grant on ABC’s Nashville.
I know, we thought we had it so good for so long, but as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end.
Stephen Colbert doesn't move to The Late Show until 2015, but that doesn't mean that his Colbert Report character hasn't started saying his goodbyes.
After several truly infuriating accounts of the Columbia administration mishandling and neglecting sexual assault reports became public, the University pledged to clean up its act.
Though Bryan Singer's lawyer has already denied Michael Egan's allegations that director Bryan Singer sexually abused him in the late 90s, on Thursday, Singer himself released a statement about the claims.
OMFG: New York City now has its very own cat cafe. It's all-too-temporary, and it's a naked marketing stunt, but it is a real-deal cat cafe.
Pharrell released his new video for “Marilyn Monroe,” and it digs into the everlasting trend of men in pop music telling us ladies that it’s cool to just be ourselves.
Kids are "little language vacuum cleaners" according to a new study that finds that children are pretty good at cursing by the time they're 5 or 6 years old.
America's favorite wage-thieving nightmare clown is getting a sartorial makeover, abandoning his traditional avant-garde drop crotch onesie for something decidedly more pedestrian (actual capris).
This year, Time is honoring the people it's deemed the 100 Most Influential by having other influential people write their profiles — Dolly Parton wrote about Miley Cyrus, President Obama wrote about the Pope, Madeleine Albright wrote about Vladimir Putin in what will surely go down in history as the "Ether" of diplomacy.
A Massachusetts woman is currently recuperating after giving birth to a baby girl weighing 14 pounds and 8 ounces.
I'm immature when it comes to a lot of things, but especially when it comes to handjobs. The reason is simple: Handjobs are hilarious.