Mike Myers: Kanye West Was Right About George W. Bush

Jordan Sargent · 05/23/14 10:32AM

Mike Myers has long been considered collateral damage of Kanye West's infamous "George Bush doesn't care about black people" speech, his face a mix of terror and exasperation as the rapper seethes over the government's response to Hurricane Katrina. But in a new interview with GQ, Myers says that he was "proud" to be standing next to Kanye.

Kanye Wants Andy Warhol's Insane "Cousin" To Make a Warhol Knockoff

Beejoli Shah · 12/03/13 07:42PM

Given Andy Warhol's iconic quote "In the future, everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes," it's no surprise that Kanye West is a big Warhol fan. Which is precisely why he's commissioning Warhol to paint a portrait of his animatronic sex doll fiancee Kim Kardashian—except Andy is long since dead, and the piece is a knockoff made by a batshit crazy distant relative of the artist.

Breakdowns: The Anchorman 2 Cast Sang "Afternoon Delight" In Sydney

Beejoli Shah · 11/26/13 01:09PM

Fans at the Sydney premiere of Anchorman 2 were in for a surprise musical snack from the stars of the movie; Chris O'Dowd will die at the hands of James Franco; if you have Time Warner, you can finally watch Homeland anywhere you want, but why would you want to?; and Kanye West's plan for being a major designer is by first backing Adidas.

Kanye West Just Keeps Inviting People To Come Perform At His House

Beejoli Shah · 11/06/13 02:40PM

When you're a god like Kanye West, you don't go to performances, performances come to you. Just ask Aziz Ansari about the time he performed in Kanye's living room to a small crowd of drunk people. So who's next in Yeezy's self-serving version of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee? David Blaine showing him some card tricks, of course.