Will Ferrell can't shake his alter ego character Ron Burgundy from the "Anchorman" movies, and we really don't want him to! At the Australian Open, Ron suddenly appeared and interrupted an interview of Roger Federer on the court. Fellow tennis star John McEnroe, or "McIntosh" as Ron calls him, graciously steps aside, and we are so very glad! View Now
What do you get when you mix a celebrity known for her social media prowess and a weird incident in the sky? These comical tweets from a pregnant Chrissy Teigen, describing a flight to Tokyo that went absolutely nowhere. Chrissy and her husband John Legend were four hours into their flight to Japan from Los Angeles when the plane had to turn around and head back.
Christmas is in just a few days, but you've probably already heard Christmas songs for a month straight! Weberz Way talked to people on the street to see which tunes were their favorite. What's yours? View Now
It's almost here! "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" hits theaters Dec. 15, and we've got something fun for you to watch in the remaining hours left before the blockbuster finally comes to life. The cast answers the web's most searched questions on WIRED, and we still want to know if Mark Hamill is related to Dorothy Hamill! View Now
Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Jamie Grace is asking a favor from her fans. She wants to hear her fans' personal stories so she can turn them into 91 "Anthems" in 91 days in honor of her album, "91." Jamie joins our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype to talk more about the album, what inspired this project, and her fans. View Now
There is an old saying that you should die doing what you love and who is better qualified to talk about how do so than centennials? In this Allure video, women ages from 100 years and above share their inspiring stories of their many years of work experience. Although life and careers are not without their challenges, these women prove that hard work and taking risks can ultimately pay off in the end. Congaduations ladies on a life well lived! View Now
What do you get one of the most popular TV talk show hosts in the world for his 50th birthday? Make a celebrity-filled movie trailer based on a childhood dream! Jimmy Kimmel created "The Terrific Ten" comic book when he was just a kid, and who better to help it become a reality than his many famous friends including Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Jennifer Aniston, Shaq and more. Directed by J.J. Abrams of course! View Now
Here's a tip: If you're going to verbally harass a local news journalist by making fun of their job and appearance then don't dress like a doofus yourself. You have to commend the composure of local newswoman Maggie Raworth during the exchange, even as a guy who looks like a walking dirty laundry basket yells at her. The encounter has gone viral and police are thinking of charging the man with offensive behavior (and hopefully fashion crimes as well). View Now
Daisy Ridley is the epitome of an up-and-coming Hollywood star, with two new movies coming out this November and December ("Murder on the Orient Express" and the long-awaited "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"). Still, Daisy is a down-to-earth woman, as seen in the latest edition of Vogue's "73 Questions" We learn Daisy can rap "Lose Yourself" by Eminem, has a killer dance move and really can't tell any "Star Wars" secrets! View Now
What has brought you the most joy in your life? It's a big question and there are no right answers. That's why Glamour Magazine got 70 people from ages 5 to 75 together and asked them that very question. Family, pets and their passions are all popular answers. Fortunately, nobody gives a goofy answer like "Stuffed-Crust Pizza" or anything like that. View Now
Awkward red carpet interviews are nothing new, but they don't usually get physical. During an interview with Russian singer Alina Yan, reporter Roman made a comment about her outfit and she didn't take it too well. She hits him a few times with her purse. The two are antagonistic towards each other until they both start kicking and pushing. Why did it escalate like this? Well, because they broke up with each other the day before. View Now
Time with Zac Efron? Sign us up! Especially if we get to hear answers to 73 questions all about Zac. Vogue talks to the actor about his new movie "The Greatest Showman" while getting a tour around Zac's home and learning everything you could possibly want to know about the once teen star. Of course he starts off the interview rolling in on his sweet 1964 Mustang! View Now
The dating scene can be crazy under normal circumstances, but if you're a woman that also happens to be really tall it can be even crazier. TLC's "My Giant Life" follows women trying to navigate life while also being taller than most of their partners. View Now
Performance art or seriously weird behavior? Jim Carrey hit the red carpet at New York Fashion Week and started acting strange when being interviewed by reporter Catt Sadler from "E! News." She rolled with the punches although pulled some funny faces, especially when Jim started circling around her, saying he wanted to come to something meaningless and that she "doesn't exist." View Now
Late-night talk shows have fancy sets and big live bands. All that costs a lot of money but what if you're broke? You could do what Dean Dimitruk does and take your talk show on the road or the tracks in this case. Derailed is a talk show filmed on a busy NYC subway and the guests are regular commuters. A fantastic concept for a show that leads to unexpected moments and funny interviews. View Now
Alissa Bourne is a "Parts Model." What does that mean? Well, her job is to model a particular part of her body, her chest. Despite what you're probably be thinking, it's not as racy as you might imagine. She models underwear, jewelry and other everyday products. The conversation she has with Allure sheds some light on a type of modeling you might not know much about. View Now
If there's anything you've ever wanted to ask your mom, this video will inspire you to do just that. SoulPancake put together this video where they ask people ages 0-100 "What do you want to know about your mom?" Answers range from funny, to thought-provoking, to heartfelt. Now if you excuse us, we have to go and call our moms. View Now
This summer National Geographic released "Genius," an exciting scripted series about the life of famed theoretical physicist Albert Einstein. Now, the Nat Geo team are seeding the spirit of Einstein with "Chasing Genius," an intriguing new initiative that tackles environmental sustainability, global health and world hunger with crowdfunded ideas from "geniuses" like you.View Now
Few animals groups fascinate us more than the primate family. Unfortunately, many lump humanity's genetic "cousins" together in the same category, when in truth there's staggering diversity between the many species of intelligent apes, monkeys, orangutans, gorillas and other lesser-known primates. View Now
When Jin pedalled out of San Fransisco in 2011, little did she guess that her little road trip would turn into a five-year global cycling adventure! Since then, the South Korean cyclist has crossed four continents and logged a staggering 37,000 miles as she makes memories in every town she passes.
We are so blown away by the sheer courage of her quest that we tracked Jin down at the Laotian/Thai border for a surprise Skype interview!
Can you believe it's been five years since Amanda Bynes gave an official interview? We've seen the troubled star go through many ups and downs over the past few years, from DUIs to mental health problems. Amanda is now happy and healthy studying fashion, doing community service and exercising. She also plans to start acting again. We wish her the best! View Now
Katy Perry said her interview with 7-year-old girl Poppy for W Magazine was probably one of her favorites. Poppy had questions for Perry about her wardrobe selection, musical production, and performances. This little kid has a bright future in music journalism. View Now
We've seen many adventurers try to ride from the Arctic Circle to the very southern tip of Argentina in one trip, but a ruthless section of wild Panamanian jungle has somehow beaten them all. If there's a "dream team" that could pull this daunting challenge off, however, it's the four Army vets behind "Where The Road Ends"—a truly epic motorcycle documentary-in-the-making. View Now
Beauty pageant contestants are often ridiculed for their impromptu responses to questions during the competitions. Jimmy Kimmel challenged pedestrians to answer real questions from the Miss USA contest. What they came up with was a hilarious rambling mess of words. View Now
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Wired magazine asked Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer to participate in an interesting type of interview. The interview questions were created by typing a short phrase into Google that was then autocompleted by the search engine. You've got to hear the hilarious answers these two blonde bombshells had for fans. View Now