Movies + TV

An Interview With Will Forte, Phil Lord, and Chris Miller, Creators of This Season's Weirdest Show, The Last Man on Earth

What would you do if you were the last man on Earth? see more
Fashion

7 Unanswered Questions About the Amazon Dash Button

By now you'll have heard of the Amazon Dash button, a brand-specific dongle that, with one press of your finger, will re-order the commonly used products that make your life at home easier before you run out of them. see more
Music

Zayn Malik Channels His Inner Grown Up With Heartbreaking New Song

Any speculation that Zayn Malik was wringing his hands about his decision to leave One Direction was swept away Monday when the 22-year-old singer released his first solo song "I Won't Mind." see more
Celebrity

Emeril Lagasse on Opening-Night Disasters, Getting Fired, and 25 Years in the Biz

For the latter half of the 1990s and throughout all of the 2000s, it was virtually impossible to flip past the Food Network and not see Emeril Lagasse kicking something up a notch or shouting "Bam!" But long before he was charming audiences in front of the camera, the Fall River, Massachusetts native was making a name for himself in the kitchens of some of the country's most respected restaurants, including New Orleans' Commander's Palace, where he served as executive chef. In March of 1990, Lagasse bravely opened a new chapter in his culinary career when he opened the see more
Health

100 Days of Summer: A Pitcher So Good Looking, it Might Make You Drink More Water

There are 100 days between March 12 and June 21, the official beginning of our favorite season. So every day between now and then, we'll be highlighting the products, places, and experiences we can't wait to use, visit, and have once summer rolls around. Days left: 81 One of our favorite scenes in the move Zoolander involves a faux commercial in which the title character, who's been affixed with the computer-generated tail of a merman, utters the phrase, "Moisture is the essence of wetness, and wetness is the essence of beauty." see more
Sex + Relationships

Millennials Are Really Really Gay, Apparently

Millennials are tech-savvy, independent, entitled, motivated to make social change, and gay. Really gay. According to a new report found by The Daily Beast, they're twice as likely to identify as LGBT as other adult Americans. Not only are more of them identifying as gay—coming in at about 7%—theyir concept of LGBT contains multitudes (to quote that big old 'mo Walt Whitman). So much so that millennial dating app OKCupid offers up a full 12 categories to choose from as your sexual orientation (what is demisexual anyway?) not to mention 22 different options when it comes to gender. We'd be see more
Music

Get Ready to See a Ton of Saint Laurent on the Rolling Stones Summer Tour

The Rolling Stones announced on Tuesday that they're kicking off a 15-city tour of North America at the end of May, so we'd wager the petit mains in Saint Laurent's Los Angeles atelier must be working overtime right now. see more
Movies + TV

New Daily Show Host Trevor Noah Is Already Causing Outrage on Twitter

Well, that didn't take long. Just a day after Comedy Central short-circuited the Internet with news that comedian Trevor Noah would succeed Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show, their new 31-year-old star is already facing a Twitter backlash over past tweets in which he jokes about Jews and women. Hungry for more info about the South African comedian, Daily Show fans apparently scoured the host's Twitter feed on Monday—and many came away disgusted by what they saw. A series of Noah's tweets, posted from 2009 to 2014, were singled out for being misogynistic and anti-semitic. Almost bumped a see more
Fashion

Rihanna Wears Men's Clothing Better Than You Do

There's a concept in women's fashion called borrowing from the boys, but Rihanna wholly and unapologetically owned the men's coat she wore Monday night. The singer chose a piece from Raf Simons' fall 2015 collection to wear at the launch party for her friend Melissa Forde's new collection of bucket hats. The floor-length coat is littered with multicolored graffiti that's inspired by some of the cruel tricks that the schoolyard toughs played on Simons when he was a young student in Belgium. But for all the testosterone pumped into the design, it frankly looks a lot better on Rihanna than see more
Celebrity

The Best Burns From the Justin Bieber Roast

It's no exaggeration to say that a lot of people have been waiting a long, long time to see egg-throwing enfant terrible Justin Bieber get knocked down a peg or two; lucky for them, Comedy Central's roast of the precocious pop star did just that (and then some). Thanks to a remarkably diverse panel of blood-lusting luminaries, including Martha Stewart(!), Snoop Dogg(!!), Shaquille O'Neal(!!!), Ludacris(?), and comedians Will Ferrell (as Ron Burgundy), Kevin Hart, Hannibal Burress, and Natasha Leggero, The Biebs got burned on everything from his penchant for public peeing to his ill-fated stint as a monkey owner, with see more
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