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Pictured: Queen Latifah, Ben Falcone & Melissa McCarthy, Adele
We had to show some love a little more love to the Oscars attendees. There must be a joke or pun somewhere between these being some celebrity leftover and being classified in the Meat Lovers category, right? Anyways, to note, Adele did take home an Oscar for Best Original Song for “Skyfall” from Skyfall. Check out the full list of winners and for more coverage, visit the Oscars official website.
Where else can you see photos of fat celebrities & supermodels going down curbs? Our goal has always been to cater to a very niche & kinky market of readers, even if that means all six of you bastards (includes Jackson, Devon & Abba).
Anyway, the absolutely hilarious Melissa McCarthy attempted to keep a very low profile (very difficult for obvious reasons) as she hit a Bed, Bath & Beyond store in Los Angeles. I know this is completely the wrong crowd for this, but we’re really diggin’ the crop of heavier comedic actresses in Hollywood including Rebel Wilson & Gabourey Sidibe.
Melissa McCarthy’s next comedy to slam into theaters is the once-again Judd Apatow-produced/written/directed “This Is 40,” starring Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Jason Segel, Megan Fox, Chris O’Dowd, John Lithgow & even Judd Apatow’s little daughter Maude. The film’s tagline is “The sort-of sequel to ‘Knocked-Up’, so it’ll definitely be a hilarious number among an ocean of serious Oscar contender when it releases on December 21. According to the film’s IMDb page, the plot is simply, “A look at the lives of Pete and Debbie a few years after the events of Knocked Up.”
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Pictured: Ellie Kemper, Kristen Wiig, Rose Byrne, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy
Bridesmaids received two nominations at the 84th Annual Academy Awards; Melissa McCarthy for Best Actress in a Supporting Role and Annie Mumolo and Kristen Wiig for Best Writing (Original Screenplay). Neither of them took home the Oscar, Melissa losing out to Octavia Spencer while Woody Allen took home the Best Writing Oscar for Midnight in Paris. Oh well, the ladies might not have had an Oscar to celebrate after one of the funnist movies from last year but we’ll always have this scene…”It’s coming out of me like lava!”
while eating a Bastardly Certified lunch by Jackson11
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Bridesmaids is an upcoming comedy written by Kristen Wiig with Judd Apatow serving as one of the producers. Look for it in theaters on May 13th. For more information, visit the Bridesmaids official website.
The story is of two best friends, Lillian (Maya Rudolph) and Annie (Kristen Wiig). When Annie finds out about Lilian being engaged, she is asked to be the maid of honor. She accepts and is happy until she finds out about all the things the maid of honor has to do and all hell breaks loose when they travel to Vegas for the party that none of them will forget.Wiki