Did you go to Justin Timberlake's "celebrity-friendly" Italian restaurant Destino in New York City during the year 2013? If so, a new lawsuit filed by Destino against its insurers may interest you. The lawsuit alleges that twice during 2013, pipes burst, "drenching the walls and premises with human waste." Eeep!
"Love Never Felt So Good" is the new single off of Michael Jackson's upcoming posthumous album Xscape, and unlike basically every other posthumous Michael song it's good enough to remind you of why people loved him in the first place.
In the fifth installment of Jimmy Fallon's "History of Rap" (and his first installment as host of the Tonight Show), Fallon closed his first week strong, especially after last night's Michelle Obama kale situation. Along with Justin Timberlake, Fallon tackled some of rap's finest, including Kanye West, The Beastie Boys, and that "hotstepper" guy.
Sarah Silverman shared some amazing words about female genitalia; you can now rent your favorite Bravo reality stars; the musical Justins spark international incidents: Timberlake by adding two concerts in notoriously homosexual-hating Russia, and Bieber by lying about hanging with Mexico's president.
In an emotionally raw, constantly on the verge of tears interview, the Robin to Jimmy Fallon's Batman sat down with GQ this month for their annual "Man of the Year" issue, to talk about his title, Hashtag Of The Year, and show fans the real Justin Timberlake: a sensitive guy who really, really hates being picked on.
If Dreamworks got its way, Breaking Bad would have lasted just a little longer; you can now watch Rupert Grint be super charming in Super Clyde, the pilot CBS stupidly passed on; Hollywood is going to bat for ex-Focus Features CEO James Schamus; even award-winning editing can't help Justin Timberlake, and that's saying something.
Poor fans of Nirvana (okay, so just Courtney Love), today is your lucky day; bitches be fightin' over at Universal; and Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon have reached the point of oversaturation.