Trisha Paytas makes a living on YouTube via mukbangs of delicious foods, titillating story times about her past and present hookups and personal drama, sponsored try-ons, surprisingly catchy and well-produced pop songs, and her infamous “crying and/or drunk on the kitchen floor videos.” Her online persona appears to be a ramped up version of her real self. Part of what she’s doing is kind of hamming up to get maximum attention and reactions, but most of what she goes through seems to be patricianly real, just enhanced. Kind of like her surgically altered body. In the latest installment of a “kitchen floor” video Trisha drinks Bud Light out of a vintage champagne glass and laments the foils of falling in love with fictional characters. While she’s amping up the “train wreck” factor, as always, she’s also presenting something that’s relatable to many people.
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Maisie or Arya? Games of Thrones actress Maisie Williams, 17, said she really doesn’t have much tolerance for ignorant adults or her arrogant peers… And I think Arya would approve of the rant!
Our long national nightmare is over: HBO has announced the date of the premiere for Season Five of Game of Thrones. Get your bloodthirst up.
The show’s ability to highlight boobage is well-known and highly-appreciated. Star Natalie Dormer thus requests that the producers share more male parts. What say?
The 2014 Emmy Awards kicked off last night in Los Angeles as statuettes were handed out for the Creative Arts Emmys, which included a lot of technical categories as well as some rather high-profile awards for guest actors, Best Animated Series and several reality programming categories. Keep reading for a complete list of winners and the rankings so far of which shows and networks have the most bling heading into next week’s Primetime Emmys!
This little nugget of fun was made by , who gave the Game of Thrones intro a fuzzy VHS makeover set to Steve Duzz’s 80s’ remix of the theme music.
In case you had any doubts about actress Maisie Williams being born to play the role of hard luck tomboy Winterfellian Arya Stark on HBO’s Game of Thrones, then this throwback photo of Maisie as young child will all but erase them completely!