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He has always been known for his creative take on comedy, and Martin Short unveiled his new film “Jersey Short” last night on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
The “Hoodwinked 2” funny man brought along what he called an “extended red band trailer” of the production, which ended up being a total spoof on the hit MTV reality show “Jersey Shore.”
Filming his first-ever spot for "Funny or Die," Drake made an effort to raise awareness about child sex slavery around the world.
During the video, the former "Degrassi" actor is seen lazily strolling down the street when he comes in contact with a random robot in an alleyway.
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Just months ago she was a regular 13-year-old girl, now viral video sensation Rebecca Black can boast that she's beat out some of the industry's best - scoring more than 100 million views of "Friday" on YouTube.
Keeping a promise he made with host Jimmy Fallon earlier in the week, Stephen Colbert performed Rebecca Black's "Friday" on "Late Night" on Friday (April 1).
Colbert's long-awaited performance of the ubiquitous anthem came after he pledged $26,000 to DonorsChoose.org on Jimmy's behalf.
Her "Friday" video may have earned her 16 million views in a single week, but there's at least one person Rebecca Black hasn't won over just yet - Miley Cyrus.
Rebecca Black just passed her teen pop idol Justin Bieber , but it's probably not in the way she’d most prefer.
The 13-year-old's video for “Friday” is now the most “disliked” in YouTube history, amassing 1.17 million “dislikes” since its release last month to top the 1.16 million racked up by Bieber’s “Baby.”
She’s been lying low as of late, but Tara Reid is making her public comeback in a new video on the Funny or Die website.
The “American Pie” actress plays a multi-role part in a spoof spot called “The Big Lebowski 2,” modeled pretty much exactly after the original film.
Rebecca Black's smash-single "Friday" has gone mega-viral on YouTube, and now the Internet sensation is giving her proceeds to help relief efforts in Japan.
The YouTube video, first posted on February 10th, has already amassed close to 40 million hits and created an undeniable buzz - despite critics having less than stellar remarks regarding her talent.
"Music is absolutely everything that I am and everything that I stand for. It’s not my fault if someone gets into a relationship with me and then cheats and I write a song about it."