This weekend, Saturday Night Live poked fun at the Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon with a parody of an Amazon.com Mother's Day ad. The ad shows all the great gifts dad and the kids can get mom from the online store. Just make sure that when you surprise her, she's not busy reading Fifty Shades of Grey. In the hilarious (and inappropriate) skit, dad and the kids interrupt mom while she's, ahem, intimately enjoying the popular erotica series. The point is clear: this Mother's Day, moms just really want to fantasize about Christian Grey. Watch the clip now!
In a candid interview, the woman at the center of the Secret Service Colombian prostitution scandal spoke out this morning on the Today show. Dania Londono Suarez is 24 and a mother, and in her version of the events she calls the agents stupid brutes who put extreme partying ahead of President Obama's security. In this clip, she talks about how the agents loved to show off their ripped bodies, often lifting their shirts to display their abs. "They were full of themselves," she explained. Dania also claims that she made it clear that a night with her would cost $800, but that an agent only gave her $50. Get her full story in the video now.
No topic was off limits last night between Jennifer Love Hewitt and Chelsea Handler. After all, in her new show, The Client List, Jennifer plays a prostitute. Jennifer and Chelsea started off discussing the posters for the show, which portray Jennifer's boobs in varying sizes. The topic then took a turn for the erotic. See what Jennifer had to say about her much-discussed billboards, massage happy endings, and why she wishes she had a smaller butt.
Alison Brie, 29, who plays determined housewife Trudy Campbell on Mad Men and stars in the new movie The Five-Year Engagement, stopped by Chelsea Lately last night. The two seemed to have a lot in common, including being happily content not to walk down the aisle. Chelsea asked Alison what she thought about marriage, considering she has experience acting in movies about it. "So what's your take on marriage, are you into that?" Chelsea asked. "Not for me," Alison said with a laugh. Let's add Alison to the list of famous women who have alternative views of happily ever after — we know Chelsea's on that list, too. Watch Alison share her thoughts now.
This week is the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC, and while there are plenty of indie rom-coms to catch our eye, it's the documentaries we're really dying to see. One film contrasts the women of the Miss India beauty pageant with the girls of a fundamentalist Hindu camp, another looks at our culture's obsession with beauty, and there's even one on the manscaping trend (with Jason Bateman and Will Arnett). Get a preview of four Tribeca intriguing documentaries now, and tell us which one you're most interested in seeing below.
Today's kids live in a world of social media, sexting, and porn at their fingertips. How will these young girls and boys who've grown up in such a sex-immersed culture fare as adults? This documentary follows a former porn star, a woman undergoing a scandalous surgery, and a 12-year-old girl to explore America's obsession with sex and its effect on the next generation.
President Obama stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night to talk serious issues, like student loan debt and the importance of a college education. Jimmy explained a policy issue to his audience: the president has asked congress to stop the rise of interest on federal Stafford loans. As you can see in the clip above, Jimmy decides he wants to slow jam this piece of news . . . but he's not the only one. President Obama is down too, as are The Roots. Who knew student loans could be so smooooth.
Julie Andrews is the spokeswoman for Disney's Princess Week, and today on The Talk she gave us all the royal details. When asked what exactly the week is all about, she had a straightforward answer: "It entails a lot of merchandise." But it's not all a ploy to sell tiny Cinderella glass slippers to little girls. As Julie Andrews explained, Disney is donating lots of DVDs to kids in need. She also dropped some princess trivia. Do you know how many real princesses there are in the world? Watch this clip to find out, and for more read LilSugar's interview with Julie Andrews on the merits of princess culture.
When the traditional baby book just won't cut it . . . check out this absolutely beautiful video that one dad created to document the first 12 years of his daughter's life. Using short video clips, he pieced together stages of Lotte's life, capturing her every week, from infancy through adolescence.
Can't get enough? Check out Lotte's 9-year-old brother, Vince. What creative ways have you been capturing your kids' growth throughout the years?
After being together for 17 years, Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli shocked us all last month when they announced they were getting divorced. Today on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jennie opens up about the split and how it's affecting the family. In this preview clip from today's episode, Jennie tells Ellen that she's not ashamed to talk about it and hopes being honest about the end of her marriage will help other women going through the same thing. She says, "I think at first I wasn't sure how I was going to make it through but I really learned that I am so much stronger than I thought I was." Watch the clip now.