- Tom Steyer calls for reparations Tuesday 9:05 PM
- Etika mural added as official PokéStop in Pokémon Go Tuesday 8:35 PM
- Debate devolves into candidates shouting ‘math’ at each other Tuesday 8:19 PM
- Bloomberg rolls his eyes when challenged over sexist comments Tuesday 8:18 PM
- Bloomberg almost accidentally claims he ‘bought’ Congress Tuesday 8:03 PM
- ‘Dick Pound’ and ‘Bisexual Men Exist’ trend together–Twitter goes wild Tuesday 7:54 PM
- James Charles receives backlash over ‘racist’ imitation of Latinx TikTok character, Rosa Tuesday 7:06 PM
- Video shows people harassing elderly Asian man while he collects cans Tuesday 6:23 PM
- Bob Iger steps down as Disney CEO, prompting conspiracy theories Tuesday 5:53 PM
- Bhad Bhabie threatens to kill Skai Jackson amid feud involving their moms Tuesday 4:51 PM
- Body camera shows officer boasting about arresting a 6-year-old Tuesday 3:58 PM
- Singer Duffy opens up about the rape, captivity that led her to stop singing Tuesday 3:51 PM
- Cynthia Nixon embodies feminist rage in viral video Tuesday 3:30 PM
- Samsung factory shuts down amid confirmed coronavirus case Tuesday 3:08 PM
- Bebe Rexha says she won’t be ‘imprisoned’ by bipolar disorder Tuesday 2:33 PM
Buzzed: Amanda Bynes, Justin Timberlake, and more
A look behind the scenes at Saturday Night Live.
In Buzzed, we take a look at three things that trended over the weekend while you were away from your keyboard getting buzzed.
Amanda Bynes went to the mall. The “retired actress,” as the Daily Mail describes her, revealed the “shocking” makeover on her Twitter account Saturday. Gawk and awe, everyone.
Justin Timberlake posted some awesome pictures on his Instagram account from his latest Saturday Night Live hosting gig. He now joins the five-timers club, the collection of the few who have hosted the NBC sketch show that many times.
Also in that group? Alec Baldwin, Steve Martin, Drew Barrymore, and John Goodman. Not bad company to keep.
Comedians Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera (sure?), Reggie Watts, and others established a new YouTube-based comedy collective at South by Southwest on Saturday. Called JASH, a play on the verb “to josh,” the intro video is all you need to watch to give you a good idea of what it’s about.
Photo via JASH/YouTube
A former editorial operations specialist and staff writer for the Daily Dot, Jordan Valinsky is a tech reporter and web culture commentator. His work has been published by the Week, Digiday, CNNMoney, Popular Mechanics, Vice, Mic, and Betabeat.