A man from South Carolina launched a GoFundMe page declaring he will keep Betty White safe until 2017 on Tuesday.
A man from South Carolina has declared a personal vendetta against 2016 and its tendency to claim celebrity deaths, launching an online fund to help keep the legendary actress Betty White safe and well until the year has ended.
The GoFundMe page went viral in under 24 hours, after Demetrios Hrysikos announced he wanted to “protect Betty White from 2016” on Tuesday (December 27th) – the same day that Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher passed away and two days after it was announced that pop legend George Michael had died.
“Help 2016 catch these hands if it goes anywhere near Betty White! If she's okay with it I will fly to where ever Betty White is and keep her safe till Jan 1st, 2017,” the introduction to the page reads.
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The ‘Golden Girl’ gave the X-rated superhero movie a glowing review, even dropping a few f-bombs of her own.
Betty White, the 94-year-old ‘Golden Girls’ legend, knows exactly what movie we should all be checking out this weekend, Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool. The actress has given the foul-mouth superhero flick a glowing (and explicit) review on her Facebook page in a hilarious video, giving it ‘four Golden Girls’.
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Ridiculous, over-the-top, but fully committed - that's the essence of SNL right there.
Saturday Night Live celebrated its 40th anniversary this past week. Congratulations! The verdict? It was good enough. Like many other SNL episodes, this one was a 50/50 deal - some of the jokes fell flat, while others got just a passing laugh. There were zingers, but we probably won't be recycling jokes Christopher Walken's "only perscription is more cowbell" in a couple of years.
Happy 40th, Saturday Night Live!
Though re-visiting old sketches and characters was a welcome bit of nostalgia, of course. Tina Fey's Sarah Palin, holding a flute and wondering when the talent portion of the show would begin was a highlight. In the end, more often than not, the show was funny.
Continue reading: Saturday Night Live Is Typical, Moderately Funny, In Anniversary Special
Miley continues to fascinate the public and occupy gossip columns.
Miley Cyrus kissed a man! That man was not Liam Hemsworth! Here we have the makings of a front page story already. Previous reports about the Wrecking Ball singer currently loving up a Rolling Stone photographer have been discredited to some extent by the new reports swirling around the singer’s love life, linking her to an unidentified male model, according to Life & Style. The two were reportedly spotted “getting cosy” – one of those non-committal terms used to define celebrity relationships – over the weekend at Bootsy Bellows in LA.
Apparently Miley makes news even when she isn't doing anything.
Unconfirmed relationships aside, Miley’s career and public presence couldn’t be in a better place at the moment. They say you’re not really a celebrity, unless someone makes a parody of you, but having Betty White parody your music video must be an honor in and of itself. The Golden Girl recently spoofed Miley’s buzzworthy Wrecking Ball.
With Super Bowl 47 taking place this weekend, not all eyes are going to be on the action that's taking place on the field. As we all know by now, advertising departments Statewide often use the prime time television slots during the commercial breaks to air some of their funniest, most innovative stuff. The highly sought after slots go for millions, such is the guaranteed size of the audience who'll be tuning in to the game, which means that the companies need to give it everything they've got in order to lure in the customers. Here at Contactmusic, we thought we'd have a look over the history of the Super Bowl ad, and pick out ten of favorites of all time...
10. Monster.com – When I Grow Up (1999)
A slightly sad commercial that sees children telling us their dreams for when they grow up, except those dreams turn out to be dead-end jobs and positions of employment that they don’t want to do. Why? Because they didn’t go through Monster.com and potentially get the job they always DID want of course.
Ted is a young boy who lives in the perfect town: everything is clean and...
Maggie Malone (Jenna Mattison) is the type of girl that exists only in the movies:...