The new episode of Chelsea Lately that aired last Monday with special guest Jennifer Aniston, had more surprises than you could imagine; a new studio, fresh humor, and a full-frontal Sandra Bullock!
Not one for being modest or holiding back humor, on this particular episode opening, Handler is in the shower when Bullock comes from behind and her spooks her followed by an in-the-buff scolding to Handler for her less than positive habits like sleeping with rappers and drinking too much booze. She also tells Handler she has alot riding on her since she has a brand new studio and she is the only lady on late night television. Bullock even slaps Handler a few times telling her to man up about what she is telling her and lets her know she needs to set a good example for young girls, like Oprah.
Britney Spears (whose music video for "Oops! … I Did It Again" took place on Mars) recently tweeted at NASA's rover "Curiosity," which landed on the red planet August 5th.
BritneySpears: "So @MarsCuriosity... does Mars look the same as it did in 2000?" The rover, which is reported to have a nuclear battery and a laser that can vaporize rock, tweeted back:
MarsCuriosity: "@britneyspears Hey Brit Brit. Mars is still looking good," adding, "Maybe someday an astronaut will bring me a gift, too. Drill bits crossed ;)"
Oh Twitter, what would we all do without it? The micro-blogging site has become the go-to platform for connecting people all over the world, including plenty of celebrities. In fact, Twitter has so much clout, celebs and notables are often judged by how many "followers" they have.
Modern technology connecting people is a great thing --or is it? What happens when users reveal a little too much? It seems we've hit the peak of overshare overload. Celebs like Demi Moore, Chris Brown, Rihanna and countless others have taken to Twitter to "air dirty laundry" about their personal lives and relationships, sometimes with dire results.
Celebrities, they're just like us! Well, not really. Outside the money and fame they do have to deal with the scathing opinions of the general public. Especially on Twitter, where haters can directly spew venom with the ease of the @ symbol, many times anonymously. (We can't even imagine the heat Kristen Stewart is getting from Twihards in light of her sordid affair!)
Thanks to Jimmy Kimmel and a few self-deprecating celebs, a laugh out loud skit has come to form. Without further adieu, here is "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets."