Nicolas Cage's descent from Oscar winner to internet star is complete.
Cage, who is no stranger to having his mug cover other people's faces, resurfaces in this video where someone thoughtfully inserts his head over Miley Cyrus' in her controversial 'Wrecking Ball' clip.
If you've been wondering how to recreate Miley's soon-to-be classic look from the VMAs, wonder no more -- this video will teach you. All you need are some lemons, some tape, some plastic wrap and no pride.
Miley Cyrus is apparently ratchet now, and her attempts at twerking seem to suggest she is really trying to mean it.
As we sit back and watch her try to ingratiate herself with the hip-hop community, let's take a moment to think about what could've been if Miley had been around during the '90s and early '00s and discovered rap when some classic albums were released...
People are comparing Miley Cyrus' appearance at the VMAs last night to a lot of things -- an uncooked chicken, an old Jim Carey character, naked Hank Hill, etc. But nobody is comparing her to what she really looked like -- a giraffe with its tongue sticking out.
The highlight of last night's VMAS, MTV's annual reminder that they're still tangentially related to the music industry, was easily the multiple shots of stars reacting to Miley Cyrus' super awkward performance. Oh, also 'N Sync reunited or something and provided an answer to "what does Chris Kirkpatrick look like these days"?
Listen, we're not going to get into the whole "Miley Cyrus cultural appropriation" thing -- others have already done a pretty good job with that one. We'll just say we found a cat that is a sight better at twerking than Ms. Cyrus.
Listen. We know this might make you confused. But we're pretty sure you need to see it. If for no other reason than to help us decide if it's NSFW or not.
On the one hand, there's twerking involved, which is usually totally NSFW. On the other hand, the unicorn onesie does a pretty good job of canceling out all the things that usually make twerking NSFW...
During Vanessa Bayer's hysterical impression of the pop-star-turned-strange-human Miley Cyrus on last night's 'Saturday Night Live,' Justin Bieber and the 'SNL' writers apparently saw the perfect opportunity to joke about his recent marijuana bust.
Maybe it's the $2,000 wig, maybe it's that we wound up using some really old makeup we found under the sink (thanks, Sandy), but something makes celebrity Halloween costumes seem more glamorous than ours. Here are just a few of our favorites from this year. And yes, that is Ellen DeGeneres dressed up as Sofia Vergara. And Miley Cyrus as Nicki Minaj. Apparently this year famous people decided that
This weekend's iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas had a pretty eclectic lineup of performers. This surely makes for some interesting conversations backstage, but it would be hard to top this encounter between Flavor Flav and Miley Cyrus.
Celebrity obsession is something that happens all the time in our culture, especially when it comes to teen icons such as Miley Cyrus. Heck, there are TV shows devoted to it. However, this guy took it to a new level, covering parts of his body with 15 tattoos dedicated to the 19-year-old superstar.