In recent years, the pop culture institution of 'Saturday Night Live' has invited more pop artists to appear on the show, not just as musical guests, but also as hosts. The best 'SNL' skits featuring pop stars include memorable moments in which Bruno Mars became a human karaoke machine, Justin Bieber played a diehard Miley Cyrus fan, and Taylor Swift mocked a very mockable celebrity.
We don't know what this onesie fad is all about, but celebrities really seem to love wearing these comfy, cozy and fashionably inept uni-suits. Celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Macklemore, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Beyonce plus many, many more have all rocked onesies in the public eye, whether it's for a video shoot or just for lounging.
Pop stars are not a shy bunch -- they get up on stage and entertain thousands of people on a regular basis for a living! They are especially not timid to offer their opinions on stuff, especially when another celeb seems to be throwing shade in their direction
One Direction make everything fun, and they continued on their silly spree with their latest Nabisco shoot. The boys take Directioners behind the scenes in a new series of hilarious videos, in which we get to hear their banter and see them goof off -- as well as confess their most humiliating moments!
The annual White House Correspondents Dinner offers an opportunity for comedy's best and brightest to roast our nation's most powerful politicians with their targets in the room -- and gives those same political leaders a chance to demonstrate their own sense of humor. On Saturday (April 27), Conan O'Brien got most of the laughs as the 2013 dinner's emcee, but President Obama got in a few solid quips of his own.
If he continues at the rate he's going now, Bruno Mars is set for world domination in about 45 seconds. Seriously. Is there anything this guy can't do?!
He's got style, he's got grace, he can sing and get down with the best of them. Also, his mega-watt smile makes us weak in the knees on a
Michael Buble is easiest one of the most charming pop stars around, and he put his humor on full display as host of the 2013 Juno Awards. The Burnaby, British Columbia native was joined by a slew of stars, including actor Gerard Butler, 'Live' host Kelly Ripa, Dr. Phil and more in his hilarious, self-deprecating intro reel.