It’s Golden Globes weekend and those A-list Hollywood parties are hoppin’! Rapper 50 Cent showed he’s got some serious hob nob game with a slew of instagram photos with a who’s who of Hollywood ranging from Scarlett Johannson to Naomi Campbell. Actually, there were so many big names that his photo with Naomi was upstaged by what is the early contender for Best Celebrity Photobomb of 2015! Keep reading to see the epic Leonardo DiCapriotobomb as well as more photos of 50 Cent “living with out limits” at the party, including yet another celebrity photobomb.
The Stonester caught a woman trying to sneak a picture of she and Andrew Garfield. Instead of getting offended, the couple got hilarious.
Downton’s back, which means the cast is up to silly doins. Here’s three of the show’s leading ladies playing Cards Against Humanity. Believe it or not? The game is actually way less offensive than you’d expect. Check the video for proof.
This is not your normal temper tantrum video as a young kid methodically wrecks just about every aisle in a Dollar Store in a video that will blow your mind! See the carnage and find out what eventually happens to him at the end.
Chalk it up to experience: A Maryland teen was booked on three criminal charges after sharing his pot brownie with his teacher–accidentally–during lunch. No word on whether he finished the brownie before getting caught.
In Douchebag Dad of the Year news, serial prankster Roman Atwood decided it would be hilarious to fool his wife into thinking he threw their toddler son over a second-story balcony and post the video on Youtube. As you would imagine, his wife was not too happy about it.
A manager from target was caught on camera going full Braveheart in an epic speech given moments before opening the doors for Black Friday. See the war cry and get the transcript of a moment that will echo across the aisles of American consumerism forever!!!
Johnny Depp added a new entry in The Rum Diary last night at the Hollywood Film Awards as the seemingly blitzed A-lister took viewers down 21 Drunk Street with a profanity-laden and slurred introduction to talent manager Shep Gordon and the presentation of the Hollywood Documentary Award to Mike Myers with for his film, Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon.