This lost ‘SNL’ sketch about Bon Jovi is so dumb it’ll make you chuckle

For some terrible reason, “Jon Bovi” — a Jon Bon Jovi “opposite band” featuring Will Forte and Jason Sudeikis — didn’t end up making the cut on SNL.

But luckily enough, Seth Meyers is here to give them another chance.

The idea is pretty self-explanatory — “Jon Bovi” rattle through a number of Jon’s big hits, but do their best to mangle the lyrics into the exact opposite of those featured in the original.

“Give my foot/ We will not make it I do not swear,” stands out as one of the many highlights. Read more…

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Kacey Musgraves asked the internet to meme her and it worked almost too well

Kacey Musgraves may have won Album of the Year at the Grammys on Sunday, but frankly she deserved a different kind of award — an award for the greatest meme of the night.

Obviously that one already has strong competition from Lady Gaga, but Musgraves’ contribution is an undeniably accomplished effort.

It started with her reaction to winning Album of the Year, which you can watch in full here:

Then, on Tuesday night, Musgraves tweeted this.

Let the memes begin: pic.twitter.com/bCSkrXGTXF

— K A C E Y M U S G R A V E S (@KaceyMusgraves) February 13, 2019 Read more…

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Michelle Obama just shared a glorious text exchange with her mom from Grammys night

Becoming First Lady of the US means a lot of big life changes, but the one thing it apparently doesn’t put an end to are wonderfully awkward messages from your mom.

Nothing stops those. Not even becoming a best selling author, or a super popular surprise guest at the Grammys.

On Wednesday morning, Michelle Obama took to Instagram to share a truly A+ message exchange she’d had with her mom, after appearing at the Awards show on Sunday.

Make sure you swipe on the post below — the second page may be even better than the first…

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‘One Day at a Time’ season 3 deftly handles consent and toxic masculinity

Netflix’s modern reboot of One Day at a Time is truly crafty. Just when you think you’ve signed up for a lighthearted family sitcom, it hits you with poignant takes on social issues. 

In its third season, which dropped on February 8, series co-developers Gloria Calderón Kellett and Mike Royce apply this winning formula to consent, toxic masculinity, sexual harassment, female and queer empowerment through the lenses of generation and gender.

With the rise of #MeToo over the last year, several television shows have chimed in to address these themes in their own way, including Younger, Will & Grace, GLOW, and BoJack Horseman. But ODAAT stands out because it offers a unique point of view, showing how a regular family can and should deal with these issues. Read more…

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Michelle Obama gave a speech at the Grammys and everyone went absolutely wild

When you’ve got an event that’s already jam-packed with celebrities, it’s no easy feat to find a surprise guest who’s famous enough to get the crowd truly excited.

Enter Michelle Obama.

The former First Lady made an appearance during Sunday’s Grammy Awards, walking on stage hand-in-hand with Jada Pinkett Smith, Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys and Jennifer Lopez.

Michelle Obama walks out on the Grammys stage with Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith and J. Lopic.twitter.com/tfjPpjRQ2G

— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 11, 2019 Read more…

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