If you're as obsessed with Downton Abbey as we are, you're itching for your fix of the PBS show. Well, we have something to help ease your withdrawals: Downton Sixbey. Jimmy Fallon's hilarious parody of the show features Brooke Shields as Nora Crawley, but the highlight of the spoof has to be Fred Armisen as the unlucky-in-love middle daughter Edith. Watch the DS gang tackle Kim Kardashian jokes and the news that Jimmy's heir Carson Daly has had a terrible hot-air balloon accident.
Funny lady Lena Dunham — the writer, director, and star of the new HBO show Girls — chatted with Conan O'Brien last night on what it was like filming awkward sex scenes. Lena said she couldn't blame anyone else for all the intimate and unflattering moments in the show, telling Conan, "I'm the person holding myself in sexual slavery." She also added that executive producer Judd Apatow had some brutally honest feedback on her onscreen lovemaking. Watch the clip now to hear Lena open up on her new show — which is being compared to Sex and the City — as well as her nonsexy attempts at flirting via text now!
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Seann William Scott chatted with Jimmy Kimmel last night about his recent engagement to former Victoria's Secret model Lindsay Frimodt, but the really juicy story was the one he shared about his older brother's bachelor party a few years back. Seann dished that he wanted to make the bachelor party a memorable night, so he invited porn star Bridget Powers, also known as "Bridget the Midget." His other brother, Dave Scott, took an intimate liking to the little person, and for better or worse, he's become known for the sexual encounter. Watch Seann spill the racy story now, which ends with an awkward (and hilarious) exchange between his mother and brother during a Wizard of Oz movie night!
After Sunday's Mad Men, we can't get Zou Bisou Bisou out of our heads, and now we have a new reason to listen to the song again! This Funny or Die video is cracking us up with its mashup of Jean Claude Van Damme dancing in Kickboxer with the now infamous scene from Mad Men of Megan's yé-yé girl performance. Watch the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce gang's reactions to Jean Claude Van Damme's sweet moves now!
On Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, Zooey Deschanel shared the story of how her older sister Emily used to torment her growing up by pretending she was an alien. Zooey explained, "She basically just used the plot of Invasion of the Body Snatchers to terrify me." With her morbid imagination it's no surprise that big sis Emily grew up to become a forensic anthropologist on the crime drama Bones. Watch Zooey tell the too-funny story now of the long-running extraterrestrial ruse that Emily would act out during their childhood. If you have a sister, did you have any similar stories from your childhood?
After Craig Ferguson jokingly referred to Elizabeth Banks's character in The Hunger Games, Effie Trinket, as Pippa Middleton, Elizabeth talked about how much she wished she had the same behind as Pippa. While Craig isn't too impressed, saying it doesn't compare to J-Lo's infamous backside, Elizabeth disagrees. She says, "It is a fine looking behind." Elizabeth can now join the Pippa fanny fan club along with the rest of the men (and women) smitten with Kate's sister after the royal wedding. But we have to say, after seeing Elizabeth Banks rock her Hunger Games red carpet looks, we wouldn't mind having her derriere! Watch the funny clip!
When it comes to beauty, Liya Kebede is a perfect example that it's what's on the inside that counts. While the Ethiopian-born model is obviously more than easy on the eyes, she has a heart of gold, working tirelessly to end child mortality. She has also committed to helping others through her clothing line, Lemlem, and still finds time to walk runway shows, appear on magazine covers, and even act. For all this and more, Liya is our 2012 BellaSugar Beauty Award winner for the category of Model Behavior.
We have plenty more awards to hand out, including the most inspirational star, which you picked. So stay tuned to discover who else will come out victorious, but until then, see why Liya proves that beauty is as beauty does. On Annie: Alice + Olivia.
Michelle Obama stopped by to chat with David Letterman last night about the important men in her life. First up, the president. Dave asked if Barack ever comes home and complains about work. Executing perfect deadpan, the first lady said, "He is always upbeat, particularly about Congress." Yeah, right! Next, she opened about her father who had MS, explaining that he taught her the importance of unconditional love. Almost brought to tears, she said, "Don't make me cry. This isn't Oprah!" Watch highlights from Michelle's interview now.
Jon Hamm stopped by Anderson Cooper's talk show with silver fox and fellow Mad Men star John Slattery presumably to talk up the show's season premiere this Sunday. But Jon also found himself talking about Kim Kardashian.
If you haven't been following along, last week Jon lamented the fact that the Kardashian show is more popular than Mad Men. He said, "Whether it’s Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated. Being a f*cking idiot is a valuable commodity in this culture because you’re rewarded significantly." Kim took to Twitter to defend herself, tweeting: "I just heard about the comment Jon Hamm made about me in an interview. I respect Jon and I am a firm believer that everyone is entitled to their own opinion and that not everyone takes the same path in life. We’re all working hard and we all have to respect one another. Calling someone who runs their own businesses, is a part of a successful TV show, produces, writes, designs, and creates, ‘stupid,’ is in my opinion careless."
Chatting with Anderson, Jon said he was just trying to make a greater point about the state of American entertainment. He noted that he's now in a Twitter feud, although he's not on Twitter nor a "big fan of feuding." Anderson commiserated, saying he too once made the mistake of mentioning the Kardashians in a negative way, and found the comments following him around. Watch a clip of their chat, and tune in to Anderson on Friday to catch the full interview.