by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Can we finally say it:

Covering "Let It Go" has jumped the shark.

Jimmy Fallon made sure of this on The Tonight Show yesterday, listing the latest version of this Frozen smash as the lowest-rated song on the chart.

Cue a fake rendition of the Idina Menzel hit by Arnold Schwarzenegger and prepare to never look at the track the same way ever again.

See what we mean in the first video below and then click through for other examples of "Let It Go," including Menzel's amazing original:

Arnold Schwarzenegger Covers "Let It Go"
Arnold Schwarzenegger sort of covers "Let It Go" in this Jimmy Fallon bit. But he definitely ruins it forever.

In contrastingly awesome Frozen music news, the following parody of "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" is one of the best things to hit the Internet in months.

Let us ask you, dear readers, Do You Want to Go to Chipotle?

by Tattle Taylor at . Comments

Jimmy Fallon continues to bring the funny night after night on The Tonight Show.

This time Jimmy Fallon and Arnold Schwarzenegger spoofed a QVC segment featuring lines from AH-NOLD's iconic movies.

Schwarzenegger, introduced as a "renowned foodie," was overly fascinated with a Slap Chop. Why? Because the fascination allowed him to quote a line from the 1987 movie Predator

"Get to the chopper!" he exclaimed!

And no appearance by Arnold Schwarzenegger would be complete without a throwback to The Terminator. But you'll have to watch the video for that one.

by Free Britney at . Comments

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger sure has a way with words.

Whether he's calling political opponents "girlie men" or nonchalantly musing on life while puffing on a stogie in the jacuzzi during the state's current fiscal catastrophe, Governator Ahhnold certainly has no shortage of critics in politics.

Ones he may have just given a cryptic slap in the legislative face.

His rep calls it a coincidence, but a recent letter Schwarzenegger sent Democratic Assemblyman Tom Ammiano announcing his rejection of Assembly Bill 1176 may contain a not-so-well-hidden, obscene message.

Some believe this was the Guv's classy reaction to this particular lawmaker heckling him, Joe Wilson style, at a recent event in San Francisco.

Just read down the left-hand margin for the message ...

Ahnold

Coincidence? Careful word choice and alignment? You be the judge!

by Free Britney at . Comments

How's this for public marital squabbling?

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is calling out his wife, Maria Shriver, for apparently violating a state law and holding her cell phone while driving.

Ahhnold himself passed that very law!

The celebrity gossip site TMZ posted two photographs Tuesday showing Shriver holding a phone behind the wheel, one Sunday and the other in July.

The site later added a video it said was shot Tuesday in Brentwood, a posh area of L.A., where the family lives. It shows Shriver holding a cell phone to her ear while driving a large SUV that appears to be a Cadillac Escalade.

She puts the phone down while the camera is rolling.

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and scofflaw wife Maria Shriver.

Upon learning of the infractions, the Governorator promised to regulate.

On his Twitter feed, Schwarzenegger wrote to TMZ's Harvey Levin: "Thanks for bringing her violations to my attention. There's going to be swift action."

Schwarzenegger spokesman Aaron McLear says that by "swift action," the governor means he'll ask his wife not to hold her cellphone while driving.