Julian Assange’s TV Show Debut
He may be under house arrest in Britain, but that’s not stopping Julian Assange from attempting to invade your television. The notorious WikiLeaker kicked off his show, The World Tomorrow, by interviewing Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah from a secret location in Lebanon.
Depp & Portman Star in New McCartney Video
Former Beatle Paul McCartney revealed the music video for his latest track, “My Valentine.” Directed by McCartney and shot in black and white, Natalie Portman and Johnny Depp star and sing the love song in sign language.
Kim Kardashian: Glendale's Future Mayor?
This makes Herman Cain look like an overqualified candidate. In a clip from Khloe and Lamar, America's most infamous divorcee revealed that she aspires to be the California town’s mayor in five years.
Wiig’s ‘Newsweek Face’
Was it a bug-eyed backlash that halted Michele Bachmann’s presidential hopes? Watch Kristen Wiig channel her best Bachmann in Ramin Setoodeh’s favorite clip of the week.
6. Zooey Deschanel Would Like Some Soup
Siri to the rescue: Everyone’s favorite New Girl is the latest celebrity to grace the airwaves on behalf of Apple. Watch her iPhone coordinate a food delivery and spontaneous dance party.
Fox’s F-Bomb Fumble
Somebody call the FCC! During a heated discussion on Fox News, contributor Bob Beckel had a moment that probably made the censors cringe.
4. SNL Interviews "Kimye"
What does new celebrity couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West think about the George Zimmerman case? Watch this hilarious impersonation of the duo nicknamed “Kimye.”
Michelle Obama’s Awkward Prom Pose
That’s an awfully high-cut dress for a future first lady. The FLOTUS continued her reality-TV show circuit when she faced off with Ellen DeGeneres for the most embarrassing prom picture.
Tupac Stuns During Coachella Performance
How’s this for speaking from the grave: Sixteen years after his death, a hologram version of Tupac Shakur took the stage at the Coachella music festival. Watch the appearance that’s so lifelike you’ll do a double take just to make sure it’s not really him.
Remembering Dick Clark
After the American Bandstand host died at age 82 on Wednesday, Ryan Seacrest opened American Idol with an homage to his "dear friend." Watch his somber tribute for the television pioneer who helped pave the way for the very existence of Idol.