Prepare your eyes and stomachs for this one: Pizza Hut's Cheeseburger Crusted Pizza.
Just when you thought nothing could get more foul than Kentucky Fried Chicken's 'Double Down Sandwich' or Dennys' Bacon...well, everything, Pizza Hut goes and one ups all its other federally subsidized obesity inducing competitors! Those clever little devils.
Unfortunately for those of you looking to get your greasy fingers on it, you'll have to fly to the Middle East because this little nutrition bomb isn't available in the United States. Guess you'll just have to keep on those Double Down sandwiches in the mean time.....
Also check out this video below of some actors who were probably vomiting in between takes:
We love Chelsea Handler. How could you not? Her deadpan sense of humor, brutal honesty, and couldn't-give-a-sh*t-what-you-think-attitude are just some of her endearing qualities. Sure, she's famous and rich and ridiculously successful, but most of all she's real. In Hollywood, that's hard to come by.
In her latest interview with MORE magazine, Chelsea reveals she rekindled her relationship (yay!) with hotelier Andre Balazs in February after splitting last year. She tells MORE, "My boyfriend, André...We just got back together literally yesterday. We had dated for nine months, a long-distance relationship with all the stresses and traveling and running around. It wasn’t a real life; we weren’t living together." She elaborates, “So, André came to me yesterday and said, ‘I think we have to try to make this work again.’ And I agreed because we’re still madly in love, and he has done a lot of the things I’ve asked him to, and I’ve done a lot of the stuff he’s asked me to. It’s just a matter of understanding each other better — getting to know what the other person’s needs are and not basing all your behavior on your own desire.”
She also drops a few bombs on everyone's favorite ice queen, Angelina Jolie, "You just know as a woman, when you see another woman, if that's a woman you can trust," said Handler, referring to Jolie as the "opposite of a girl's girl," and not "someone I would have a close friendship with." Handler, who is famously close with Jennifer Aniston had previously called Jolie a "home-wrecker" and has since refused to apologize for it. (Gotta love how Chelsea sticks to her guns though!)
According to a new CNN article and website Invite a Bite , women are so dependent, insecure, and self-conscious that they can't dine out alone. In fact, it's such an issue that they need a website to go find strangers/other "lonely" women to wallow in self-pity and relieve their horrendous embarrassment.
At first, I thought there had to be some sort of hyperbole or sarcasm, but nope, these people are 100% serious. They even go on to tell the sordid tales of women feeling "awkward," and like "lonely spinsters." And of course, the story wouldn't be complete without the ol' gender comparison, "'Men seem to have no such obstacles,' suggests Peachey of the stigma of eating alone. 'My husband happily walks into any place in any city for a drink or some food. So why do I scurry in and act like a lunatic?'"
Dick Clark passed away this afternoon. A rep confirmed to TMZ that Clark suffered a massive heart attack following a surgical procedure on Tuesday night. He was 82. Clark, most known for 'American Bandstand' and being the longest running host of the annual New Year's Eve ball drop in New York City, was an American icon who will be sorely missed.
Unfortunately, Clark had not been in good health as of late. In 2004 he suffered a stroke that damaged his ability to walk or speak. The stroke came just months after going on Larry King Live to reveal he had Type 2 diabetes.
Twitter has become the new "airing of grievances" Festivus pole. Got beef? Take it to Twitter in 140 characters or less like a real adult! Geez, get with it people. Private disputes are sooo 2005. It's all about public displays of disgruntled social media brevity. I mean, even Lady Gaga Nicki Minaj knows this!
After his well-received performance at Coachella over the weekend, hologram Tupac is may be going on a full-scale tour! According to the Wall Street Journal , Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg are considering taking their show on the road along with Eminem and 50 cent. Since Tupac's riveting performance on Sunday night, fans have been in a frenzy and those involved are looking to cash in on it. According to El Ulbrich, the CEO of Digital Domain, the company that created virtual Tupac, his performance was 100% digitally created from scratch, not from archival footage. He told the Wall Street Journal, "This is not found footage. This is not archival footage. This is an illusion. This is just the beginning. Dre has a massive vision for this."
With the eerily realistic resurrection of Tupac via hologram at Coachella this past weekend, we couldn't help but imagine what it would be like to see more of our favorite lost legends come back to life. What we'd pay to see them in the flesh (kinda) once more! This is an open letter to the Hologram Gods, here's a list of icons you need to get to work on next. Chop chop.
10. Kurt Cobain/Nirvana
Plant your eyes on this one all you young whippersnappers. As much as we all want to believe that seniors sit around knitting and playing bingo, the harsh reality is that they're totally still doing it AND getting STD's! According to Safesex4seniors.org, STD occurrence among senior citizens has risen a staggering 71% in the past 5 years. But hold the collective "LOL's" and "Ewww's" because we're not done yet. The site also includes an FAQ section with guides like "Flirting with Fantasy: Toying with Toys," "10 Tips for Hot Solo Sex," and perhaps our favorite, "Dialing Up Desire: From “Not Tonight” to “Hot Tonight." What!? Say it isn't so, grandma! So much for our delusions of cute, helpless, innocent seniors!
According to insiders at Business Insider (naturally), Facebook made the decision within 24 hours to buy Instagram for $1 billion. After word got out that the wildly popular 2-year-old photo-sharing/media company had just received $50 million in funding from investors at a $500 million valuation, Facebook went into "flip out" mode.
CEO of Instagram, Kevin Systrom, reportedly did not want to sell the company and had full intent to grow his business with the $50 million investment. The funding, which came from Thrive Capital, Sequoia Capital, and Greylock Capital, proved to be too much heat in the kitchen for Facebook, who has been reportedly threatened by Instagram for some time. In a move that took even the most tech-savvy individuals by surprise, Facebook solidified the $1 billion deal within 24 hours -- literally doubling Instagram's value over night, while subsequently taking out one of their biggest rivals. In case y'all didn't get the memo, Zuckerberg does not appreciate competition and will do what is necessary to maintain his reign. Even if that means buying and creating other multi-millionaires! (You hear that Pinterest, Twitter?) If divided evenly (they aren't, unfortunately), Instagram's mere 13 employees would be worth $76.9 million each.
In case you're not grasping the magnitude of this acquisition, take a look at this nifty chart of past high-dollar buy-outs: