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There were some delightful moments during Snoop's appearance on "Conan" Monday (Dec. 9), including the above video where the rapper gives host Conan O'Brien a vaporizer and says his favorite scent to vaporize is "kush," which is a strain of marijuana. Surprising, right?
Here are some other highlights:
Snoop says he was recently given a star on the Russian version of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. There are only three stars so far -- Snoop, Sylvester Stallone and Paris Hilton, which is hilarious. That's some good company right there.
The new name change is "Snoopzilla," and he's there to promote "7 Days of Funk," a new studio album with Snoop and Dam-Funk. It's out Tuesday (Dec. 10). Snoop also has a new company, Dog for Dog, which donates bags of dog food to shelters when you buy their dog food. It's a way to help keep dogs alive in shelters that have trouble feeding them all. »
Does Evangeline Lilly really have the "Best Butt Ever?" Evangeline Lilly indeed has the the 'Best Butt Ever' at least according to Women's Health magazine. The sexy actress isn't all that thrilled about the title though - at least that's what she told late night host Conan O'Brien. The former 'Lost' star with the nice rear end appeared on the cover of Women's Health magazine with an arrow pointing to her behind, declaring it the perfect posterior, but she was upset because she wasn't aware of their intentions. She told talk show host Conan O'Brien: ''You think I would have done the shoot if they said, 'Oh by the way, we're gonna say 'Best Butt Ever' and put a big arrow to your behind?' '' The 34-year-old star also didn't think the cover was in good taste, saying: ''Every woman is after a sort of classy image. I »
Silicon Valley hosts lavish ceremony for Breakthrough prize that aims to give scientists celebrity status and inspire interest in life's 'big questions'
Silicon Valley has a tendency to tackle social ills with big ideas, its feisty startups revolutionising everything from healthcare to education. Now a handful of billionaire engineers have turned their attention to a social blight that affects their own kind: the lack of appreciation (and funding) for scientists.
The second Breakthrough prize for life sciences is being awarded on Thursday at Nasa's Ames Research Centre in Mountain View, California, about a five-minute drive from the headquarters of Google. It will probably be the most lavish awards ceremony that its six winning scientists have ever been to.
Actor Kevin Spacey is expected to host, while comedian Conan O'Brien and actor Glenn Close will make presentations. Organisers hope for the whole event to be televised, and the six prizes will be worth $3m (£1.83m) – each. »
- Parmy Olson
The Game of Thrones star recalls his part in one of the TV highlights of 2013
• See the Observer's faces of 2013 in full here
"I didn't sleep properly last night," says Richard Madden, drinking a pint at his local. "I'm thinking it's because I knew I was going to have to talk about this."
"This" is an event that concerns Madden's character in the HBO series Game of Thrones. If you're not fully up to date with the show, scram. This is your spoiler alert. In an episode watched by half a million UK viewers on Sky Atlantic in June, Madden was killed off savagely and with so little warning that some (honestly, there's video proof) leapt off their sofas.
In the aftermath Twitter went all capitalised and intense. Us talkshow host Conan O'Brien called it "the most stunning thing any of us have seen in television. Maybe ever". Madden, months later, »
- Tom Lamont
When Jim Parsons makes an appearance on "Conan," it doesn't take much effort for them to get there because it turns out his day job, "The Big Bang Theory," is just feet away from "Conan's" studio. That made it easy for the actor and Conan O'Brien to kidnap a fan from the audience to invade the set.
One short golf cart ride later, and the trio were walking to Sheldon and Leonard's apartment, where Simon Helberg happened to be. Parsons wanted to make sure the fan got something from the set, so naturally the best option was Helberg's shirt. Meanwhile, Conan snagged a beer from the refrigerator. It's comforting to know there's real beer in there. »
"The Pete Holmes Show" - Weeknights at Midnight/11 Central, After Conan Storm is a mutant who possesses the psionic ability to manipulate weather patterns over limited areas. She can stimulate the creation of any form of precipitation such as rain or fog, generate winds in varying degrees of intensity up to and including hurricane force, raise or lower the humidity and temperature in her immediate vicinity, induce lightning and other electrical atmospheric phenomena, and disperse natural storms so as to create clear change. Storm can direct the path of certain atmospheric effects, such as bolts of lightning, with her hands. She has also demonstrated the ability to manipulate ocean currents, though the extent of this ability is still unclear. Storm is able to fly by creating winds strong enough to support her weight, the weight of others, and to propel her forward through the air. Storm can thus travel as »
Most women would be proud to be featured as the "Best Butt Ever" on a magazine cover -- but, not Evangeline Lilly!"The Hobbit" star sat down with Conan O'Brien on Wednesday, where she opened up about her Women's Health cover, a cover she's not very happy with at all."They go, 'Best. Butt. Ever.' and they have an arrow going to your butt," Conan said, holding up the cover. "I'm just curious -- is that something they tell you before you do the shoot?""No!," Lilly exclaimed. "Do you think I would have done the shoot if they said, 'Oh, by the way, we're gonna say 'Best Butt Ever!' and put a big arrow to your behind?""You know, every woman is after a kind of classy image, I didn't want T&A on my cover. It's a women's magazine, not Maxim." It's not the worst thing that could have happened, »
- tooFab Staff
Evangeline Lilly doesn't like the attention her derriere is receiving. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug star stopped by Conan on Wednesday, Dec. 4 and revealed that she is not too pleased with her recent Women's Health magazine cover. "They go, 'Best. Butt. Ever.' and they have an arrow going to your butt," Conan O'Brien said, as he whipped out the mag. The photograph features Lilly showing off her enviable backside, while sporting a T-shirt and underwear. "And I'm just curious, is that something that they tell you before you do the shoot? Did you know that they were going to do that?" "No!" the 34-year-old Canadian shrieked. "You think I would have »
Learning your lines for a movie role is one thing, but when you have to learn a made up language in order to read those lines, things get a bit crazier. Evangeline Lilly stopped by "Conan" to talk about "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," when the topic of speaking Elvish came up.
Lilly says she finds the language very sensual, but it might just be that way when coming out of her mouth. She throws out a couple phrases to host Conan O'Brien, but when he tries them out they don't sound nearly as sexy.
Lilly also talked about being labeled as having the "best butt ever" by Women's Health magazine. Evangeline says she didn't know they were going to do that on her cover and isn't super excited about it. "I didn't want T and A on my cover," she says. "It's a women's magazine, it's not Maxim. »
Butt seriously… Evangeline Lilly didn't really appreciate her "Best Butt Ever" cover of Women's Health's upcoming January/February 2014 issue. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug star, 34, stopped by Conan O'Brien's Conan show on Wednesday, Dec. 4 and admitted that she was unhappy with the mag. O'Brien, who broached the topic with Lilly, gave a brief description of the fitness magazine's cover: "They go, 'Best. Butt. Ever.' and they have an arrow going to your butt," he said, holding up the issue in question. "I'm just curious -- [...] »
30 Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto is currently making the rounds on all the big talk shows to promote his new film, "Dallas Buyers Club." Watching him go toe-to-toe with all the hosts reminded us that Leto is Hollywood's most difficult talk show guest.
Don't believe us? We've rounded up Leto's most recent talk show appearances as evidence.
Watch the singer/actor dodge questions, answer only what he wants to, and even refuse to watch his own clips, all while the hosts like Jon Stewart, Conan O'Brien, and Ellen DeGeneres try and pretend like Leto's a great guest:
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Most frustrating part: When Stewart asks what drew Leto to the part in "Dallas Buyers Club" after a six-year acting hiatus, Leto responds: "I thought I'd look pretty good in a skirt."
Most frustrating part: When O'Brien tries »
"The Pete Holmes Show" - Weeknights at Midnight/11 Central, After Conan Anna Marie's mutant power manifested in a way that prevented her from being able to touch another person without absorbing their essence, personality, and in some cases, their powers. Out of fear of hurting her loved ones, she ran away and eventually joined up with the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. Acting on their orders, Rogue attacked Carol Danvers and permanently absorbed her powers of tough skin, superhuman strength, and flight and used those powers to attack the Avengers and X-Men. Being unable to control the mental personality of Carol, Rogue fled from the Brotherhood to the X-Men and joined them, where she has been fighting for the peaceful coexistence of mutants and humans most of her life. »
The ‘Erin Burnett OutFront’ host and her husband welcomed their first child together on Nov. 29. Congratulations to the happy couple!
Erin Burnett and her husband David Rubulotta welcomed a baby boy on Nov. 29. Their first son came just in time to be a one year wedding anniversary present for the couple, who wed in Dec. 2012.
Erin Burnett Baby Born: CNN Anchor & Husband Welcome A Son
Erin, 37, gave birth to her first child just after celebrating Thanksgiving!
“Dave and I welcomed a healthy, happy baby boy at 9:47 p.m. Friday November 29th,” Erin told People. “He weighed in at 8 lbs., 10 oz.”
Erin did not immediately release her newborn son’s name, but she did immediately have a wonderful connection to him!
“Seeing him for the first time was the most awe-inspiring, joyful moment of our lives,” Erin told People. How sweet!
- Kristine Hope Kowalski
"The Pete Holmes Show" - Weeknights at Midnight/11 Central, After Conan Nightcrawler is a mutant who can teleport by opening a portal into another dimension, travelling through it via an unconscious direction-finding sense, and returning to his own dimension. When teleporting, Nightcrawler leaves behind a small portion of the atmosphere of the other dimension that escapes with a muffled “bamf” sound and smells of brimstone. On returning, his power automatically displaces any extraneous liquids and gases. Nightcrawler has a limited unconscious extrasensory ability that prevents him from teleporting into any area that he cannot see or has not seen in the past, as doing so runs the risk of injury or death by materializing partially or entirely within a solid object. - Marvel Wiki »
What better way to spend your Thanksgiving than with The Human Centipede? Thanksgiving is about being together and stuffing yourself silly, and The Human Centipede is... well, you see where I am going with this.
To get ready for tonight's premiere (10pm Et / 7pm Pt), start with an appetizer revisiting some of our favorite Human Centipede-related articles from the past few years.
Let's kick things off with the great "30 Second Bunnies."
Your browser does not support iframes. Killing time before dinner? Waste some centipede sections with this 8-bit Thc video game. Want to know what it is like to be a centipede segment? Check out what Thc star Ashlynn Yennie has to say on life after The Human Centipede. Since Hanukkah has begun, revisit Conan O'Brien's Human Menorah-pede Check out some of the weird crafts, baked goods, tattoos, and clothing that are Centipede-themed. Speaking of baked goods, check out »
- Alyse Wax
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At first glance, they appear to have little in common: one is a moustachioed San Diegan sex panther with salon-quality hair and a talent for newsreading, the other a shamed Canadian local politician with a penchant for uncomfortable public confessionals. Now Ron Burgundy, aka Anchorman star Will Ferrell, has taken to the airwaves in support of Toronto mayor Rob Ford.
Burgundy appeared on Conan O'Brien's Us talk show on Wednesday night to serenade Ford – who is battling for his career after revelations that he smoked crack, drove while drunk and pressured a female staffer to engage in oral sex – with a cover of Working for the Weekend, a 1981 track by Canadian rockers Loverboy. The ditty was billed as a re-election campaign song to help Burgundy's "dear, »
- Ben Child
Who cares what picture you see? We do. Here's what to watch this Saturday night, plus the rest of today's film news
What should you watch over the weekend?
In the UK? Get a face-full of Blue is the Warmest Colour, load your bow with The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, or check if your mates with the guys of Computer Chess. Conspiracy theorists should head to JFK film Parkland, but run, run fast as you can away from duff Robert De Niro gangster comedy The Family. Or you could say dammit all and go to the re-released Gone with the Wind instead.
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• Geezy does it. Danny Dyer gives us 30 minutes of his time.
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He's carved a little niche playing drug dealers in films like "Pineapple Express" and "Spring Breakers," but as James Franco tells it, he'd made a terrible one in real life. The answer why might surprise you.
Appearing on "Conan" on Thursday (Nov. 21) to promote his new film "Homefront," in which he plays, you guessed it, a drug dealer, he told host Conan O'Brien why he didn't think he'd be able to make it work in the drug biz. "I think is my third, I probably played a few other drug dealers at some point, but I play on in 'Pineapple Express,' one in 'Spring Breakers' and now one here, but no, I would not be a good drug dealer. You know, if you put aside the high, all of the glamorous murders, the addiction -- you know all that, all the unlawful activity, it's just like a business, »
Cable network TNT's annual holiday special, Christmas in Washington, will feature host Hugh Jackman and an array of musical performers including Janelle Monáe, Sheryl Crow, Backstreet Boys, Anna Kendrick and Pat Monahan. NBA Hall of Famer and host of the network's Inside the NBA Charles Barkley will also make an appearance.
The annual program, now in its 32nd year, will be filmed at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., on December 15th. Its organizers plan to raise money for the Children's National Medical Center. Notable attendees scheduled to »
"The Pete Holmes Show" - Weeknights at Midnight/11 Central, After Conan Iceman is able to lower his external and internal body temperature without harm to himself, thereby radiating intense cold from his body. Iceman is able to reach -105 degrees Fahrenheit within a few seconds, and is immune to sub-zero temperatures around him. In addition, Iceman can freeze any moisture in the air around him into unusually hard ice, and thereby form simple objects such as slides, ladders, shields, and bats. He has even once shown the ability to achieve absolute zero temperatures, with the help of the Human Torch (who pulled the ambient heat away from Iceman), and was able to stop the molecular motion of a bomb. Iceman can augment his ice form with extraneous moisture to enhance his strength and durability, and can reshape his body's ice form at will by using any available moisture from his surrounding environment. »
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