Mitt Romney Sons Prank Dad on Conan

Mitt Romney Sons Prank Dad on Conan

All five of presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s adult sons - Tagg, Matt, Josh, Ben and Craig Romney - appeared on TBS' Conan last night for an interview.

Conan O’Brien joked about the sheer number of them right off the bat, passing around nametags and joking that they seem better suited to a boy band.

Posted in: Politics
Lily Allen Announces Return to Music

Lily Allen Announces Return to Music

Lily Allen made the announcement today that fans of the British singer have been awaiting for months: she's returning to the music scene!

"You will be pleased to know that i am currently in the f--king studio with [producer] @GregKurstin," Allen Tweeted yesterday.

Posted in: Lily Allen
Miley Cyrus Tattoo Man: 15 and Counting!

Miley Cyrus Tattoo Man: 15 and Counting!

Think you're the biggest Miley Cyrus fan on the planet? We hate to break the news to you, but: You are not.

A man who goes by the Twitter handle "MileyCyrusCarl" has 15 tattoos across his body of either Miley's face, her name or various song lyrics from her catalog. This is what we call dedication... or many other terms that aren't fit to print on a family website.

Posted in: Miley Cyrus
Where the Hell is Matt? Still Dancing All Over the World!

Where the Hell is Matt? Still Dancing All Over the World!

Where the Hell is Matt?

Still doing his thing! You may very well recall the 2008 viral video in which video game designer Matt Harding quit his job, traveled around planet earth and performing his signature dance move in the most far-flung and unlikeliest of places.

Posted in: LOL
Larry Ellison, Oracle CEO, Buys Lanai Island in Hawaii

Larry Ellison, Oracle CEO, Buys Lanai Island in Hawaii

Oracle co-founder CEO Larry Ellison will soon be the proud owner of Lanai, Hawaii's sixth-largest island. Seriously, he bought 98 percent of the thing.

The price? A relatively modest $500-600 million, according to reports.

Posted in: News
LeRoy Neiman Dies at 91

LeRoy Neiman Dies at 91

LeRoy Neiman, a prolific artist whose dynamically colored paintings and sketches honored heroic figures of sports and entertainment, died Wednesday.

He was 91. His New York-based publicist confirmed Neiman's death.

Posted in: R.I.P.