You spend your entire career preparing for a shot at an Olympic medal – and then this happens.
It’s the type of thing that has you sitting upright at 2am – your top falls down, exposing your privates to millions of people around the world.
This was the stark reality for French ice skater Gabriella Papadakis, who suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction during an ice dancing routine at the Winter Olympics.
It happened inside the Gangneung Ice Arena as dance partner Guillaume Cizeron twirled her around during their performance – leaving Papdakis’ left nipple exposed for all to see. Continue reading
The woman in the following Youtube video actually thinks she’s about to receive her 15 minutes of fame, when in reality, she just earned a lifetime of embarrassment. Shree Chauhan live streamed on Periscope while she ambushed and bullied Press Secretary Sean Spicer as he shopped at a D.C. Apple Store.
During the video, Spicer kept it classy as he dealt with the rude woman who berated him for several minutes. Since attempting to take Spicer to task, Chauhan, 33, has received a barrage of hate on social media.
“How does it feel?” Chauhan asked in the video she streamed to Periscope and posted to Twitter. She wrote in the tweet that accompanied the video: “Asking @PressSec questions in Apple Store since he doesn’t like the press.” The confrontation occurred on March 11. Continue reading
In what some are calling flat out child abuse, a video has surfaced depicting a young boy being berated by his mother over his support of president-elect Donald Trump.
In the video, the mother can be heard harshly shaming the boy for supporting Trump, while insisting he immediately move out of the family home, all while ushering him to the door where his bags have been pre-packed. Hysterically crying, at one point the boy begs for repentance while pleading with his mother that he has “school tomorrow.”
“Since you voted for Donald Trump, you can get your shit and get out,” the mother can be heard telling the distraught boy in the video. In the final insult, the mother forces the young man to hold a sign on the street stating his name and the fact that he supported Trump. Continue reading
Donald Trump‘s Hollywood Walk of Fame was completely destroyed Wednesday morning by a man dressed as a city construction worker using a sledgehammer and pick-ax.
The brutal vandalism occurred on Hollywood Boulevard, near the Dolby Theatre, where Trump’s star was dedicated in 2007 in recognition of his work on the hit NBC series, The Apprentice.
Speaking to Deadline, the man said his name was Jamie Otis. He said he originally intended to remove Trump’s star completely to auction it off next month in New York to raise funds for the women who have recently come forward to accuse Trump of sexually assaulting them over the decades. In the past few months, 11 women have claimed the GOP POTUS candidate groped or otherwise attempt to get intimate with them. Continue reading
Corey Feldman appeared on the Today Show to debut a new song called “Go 4 It” Friday, but many on social media wish he hadn’t “gone for it.”
Feldman, 45, backed by his all-female halo sporting “Corey’s Angels,” met with ridicule over what some say was a wonkey and ill-advised performance.
Feldman, who has been out of the spotlight for some time, became well-known during the 1980s, with roles as a in films such as The Fox and the Hound, Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, The Goonies.
You would expect Hillary Clinton‘s Google top searches to be related to something about her policy should she make it to the white house, but this day and age, (“age” another popular searched term,) the people on the internet are more interested in searching for the terms “seizure,” and “dead.”
According to Google “autocomplete” search suggest drop-down feature, more and more folks on the net are trying to find stories about Hillary related to her health or general wellbeing. Some are even searching to see if the candidate is still alive..
Additionally, top Google searches related to Hillary include “How might pneumonia affect Clinton?”, “Will Hillary be replaced?”, What is wrong with Hillary Clinton’s health?” and the ever popular question, “Is Hillary Clinton ok?” Continue reading
MYFOX8 A video posted to YouTube shows a massive crowd of apparent Pokemon Go players rushing into Central Park.
The “stampede” took place Thursday night and involved hundreds of people around the edge of Central Park who were rushing after a highly-sought Pokemon, according to the video’s YouTube description.
In the popular game, some digital monsters are more desirable than others. The players rushing into the park were looking for a rare “Vaporeon,” according to the video’s uploader. Continue reading
“Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane, is getting rightfully roasted on Twitter after offering his half-baked solution to ending mass shootings like the recent terrorist attack in Orlando, “Ban automatic weapons.”
Many on Twitter are pointing out that MacFarlane’s suggestion contains one small flaw, Americans have already been banned from purchasing “automatic” firearms for decades.
Seth MacFarlane @SethMacFarlane
“These shootings are a regular occurrence. You don’t get to be “shocked” anymore unless you take action to stop them. Ban automatic weapons.” Continue reading
Rising talent, Christina Grimmie, a Youtube star and former The Voice contestant, is in critical condition after being shot in Orlando, FL., while signing post concert autographs.
Orlando cops say Grimmie, 22, was shot while participating in meet-and-greet following her performance.
Orlando police said Grimmie was shot at about 10:45 p.m. local time, after performing at the Plaza Live. Authorities stated Grimmie was signing autographs and helping to sell merchandise when a man approached her and fired. Grimmie’s brother then tackled the shooter, according to police. Continue reading
A viral video caught a black female San Francisco State University student while she was accusing a fellow male student of cultural appropriation over his dreadlocks.
The video, which was uploaded to YouTube captured an unidentified woman pulling and tugging on student Cory Goldstein in a hallway Monday because she thinks dreadlocks are reserved for the black community.
“You’re saying I can’t have a hairstyle because of your culture? Why?” he asks. Continue reading