5@5: Revisit The Very First 'Good Burger' Skit


Sep 24, 2015


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#TBT: Revisit 'All That' Since The Internet Can't Stop Talking About Kenan And Kel's Tonight Show Reunion 

Your kid crushes, Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson, reunited for a 'Good Burger' sketch on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, temporarily crushing rumors of a feud.

In honor of this occassion, let's throwback to the very first 'Good Burger' sketch on Snick's All That. 


James Bay's Video For "Let It Go" Is Just...Everything 

via: DanceOn

Ready to cry? Good, because choreographer Talia Favia teamed up with Madonna's lead dancer, Chaz Buzan, and Courtney Schwartz for the heartbreaking video above. Set to James Bay's "Let It Go", the routine sees both dancers twisting and bending as their one-time love drips unto the floor.

Fall, why must you be so ruinous?  (Via: YouTube)


Zendaya Covers 'Hunger' Magazine

via Rankin/Hunger Magazine

 On the cover of 'Hunger' Magazine's issue 9, Zendaya is dipped in Vivienne Westwood and keeps it real about cultural appropriation and the industry's one-sided perception of beauty. Excerpt via 'Hunger' issue 9: 

"The media is a representation of the world, and society, so unfortunately what’s on billboards or in magazines is what the people at the top think the rest of us think is beautiful, and it’s usually not diverse. Until we change that way of thinking, I think the media’s going to stay the same. So unless we raise our voice, or unless we embrace our own cultures, unless we start to vocalise it more, then nothing's going to change. The change has to start with you because the media is really a representation of people. And we’ve got to do better."

Hunger issue 9, Right Way Up is on newsstands now.  Hunger Magazine is a bi-annual printed title that was created in tandem with our online offering, www.hungertv.com. (photo via: Rankin via Hunger Magazine) 


How Long Until Walmart Releases An Apology Over These "Little Amigo" Costumes? 

via: Walmart

Today in PR crises, Walmart is helping kids prepare for Halloween with a costume called, "Little Amigo", which is equipped with a straw hat, fake mustache and "festive" serape shirt, Complex reports. Yes, very similar to those racist costumes dumb people wear to Mexican-themed frat parties and of course, on Halloween.

Obviously, the superstore missed the memo that no one fucks with racially insensitive costumes. BUT HOW? (Via: Complex)


'Vanity Fair' Just Published A #LongRead Kanye West Interview 

A new Yeezy interview means MORE POWERFUL KANYE-ISMS TO LIVE BY! The top 5 quotes from North's dad include:

1. On the power of sweatshirts: "Sweatshirts are fucking important. That might sound like the funniest quote ever. How can you say all this stuff about running for president in 2020 and then say sweatshirts are important? But they are. Just mark my words. Mark my words like Mark Twain."

#MarkMyWordsLikeMarkTwain is obviously 'Ye's 2020 campaign slogan...and everyone's new favorite Instagram caption. 

2.  On taking over designers' time slots with his unexpected YEEZY Season 2 collection during NYFW:  "A lot of times I feel like Will Ferrell in the movie Elf. You know this big guy that wants to [join in] and his hands are a little bit too big. . . ."

3. On being the fashion industry’s adopted teenager:
"I think the entire fashion world at a certain point sort of looks at me and looks at my family as a child of theirs. Maybe not someone that completely grew up with them, but like an adopted child that came in, like a 17-year-old adoptee, you know [Laughs]. But still nonetheless like an adopted child."

4. On his next album release date: 
"I’m not sure. I’m not worried about the years. I’m worried about the life and the body of work that I can put out while I’m breathing."

5. On changing the way elections work for 2020: 
"I want everyone to win. When I run for president, I’d prefer not to run against someone. I would be like “I want to work with you.”

Read the full article over at Vanity Fair.  (via: VF)


Sep 24, 2015


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