Over the last couple of years, Chris Pratt and Anna Faris have really emerged as one of those normal Hollywood couples. You know, people you might want to hang out with sometime.

Mainly, it seems like they do normal things and have some real perspective on this whole celebrity lifestyle, but also they do weird things like eat a ton of snacks on camera and live tweet an entire day of mundane events leading up to a big event.

Recently, Anna Faris live-tweeted an entire day of activities. Chris Pratt was prepping for the "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" premiere and Anna was just eating raisin toast and getting her hair done. It was amazing.

We picked out a few of our favorite tweets from the day and compiled them all into a video for easing scrolling.

Politically, if you're reading this, you probably thought President George W. Bush was one of the worst Presidents ever. Or, you think he was the greatest thing to ever happen to this country. You're likely indifferent to his father President George H.W. Bush.

Politics aside, if you're a regular human, you probably took a real liking to both Georges after they left office. How could you not? H.W. is always rockin' those socks and W. started painting. They're the sweetest.

H.W. was recently hospitalized for the second time this year, but this photo of Bush 41 and Bush 43 has us feeling all the feelings.

Don't read either caption until you're completely ready.


Twenty years ago, Billboard's Country Airplay chart looked a different than it does today and really, not all that different.

For starters, multiple women were on the charts-- Deana Carter, Reba McEntire, Terri Clark. Patty Loveless, Lorrie Morgan, Mindy McCready, Martina McBride, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Trisha Yearwood could all be heard on the radio. Maybe even on the same day.

Today, Kelsea Ballerini (rising) and Lauren Alaina (falling) have Top 10 singles. Maren Morris clocks in at No. 38.

One thing that hasn't changed is that Kenny Chesney and a duet from Tim McGraw and Faith Hill were coming in hot 20 years ago and they still are today too. How is that even possible? Hard to believe some of these artists have been cranking out hits for multiple decades now.

5 Country Songs That You Won't Believe Are 20 Years Old:

1. "We Danced Anyway" // Deana Carter

2. "When I Close My Eyes" // Kenny Chesney

3. "Rumor Has It" // Clay Walker

4. "It's Your Love" // Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

5. "Carrying Your Love With Me" // George Strait

We've always known that Ellen DeGeneres is one of the most beloved celebrities of all-time. Who doesn't love her? Currently, Nicki Minaj loves her so much, she's name-dropped in her in her most recent song and video, which is a shot at Remy Ma.

Ellen's name comes into the rap during the first verse.

I woulda helped you out that pit you fell in
I am the generous queen! Ask Ms. Ellen
Tried to drop "Another One", you was itchin' to scrap
You exposed your ghostwriter, now you wish it was scrapped

Of course, Ellen hears, "I am DeGeneres queen, ask Ellen."

We don't not hear it.


For her part in the feud, Ellen has asked the age-old question-- do I have to do anything?

Great question. We hope she finds out.

We know this about James Corden-- he knows his way around a popular tune or three. And we know this about Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway-- she knows her way around a romantic comedy. So, what happens when the two get together on "The Late Late Show?"

Soundtrack To a Rom-Com happens and the world is a better place because of it.

Anne and James took 12 songs and the plot to every romantic comedy ever (meet, fall in love, move in together, fight over a giant misunderstanding, break-up, reconcile) and put on a musical for james' audience in one take. Oh, yeah-- there were nine sets.

This is good TV.


On any given night in Nashville you never know where Dierks Bentley could show up. He might head down to Legends Corner to play a free show for fans or he could get together with a local group called Hot Country Knights.

Or, even better, Dierks might go to a Nashville Predators game with Luke Bryan and then hop over a few blocks to Ascend Ampitheater to help entertain Thomas Rhett's first ever sold out Nashville headlining show. Currently, that's the most likely of scenarios, because that's exactly what he did.

A Twitter timestamp places Dierks inside of Bridgestone Arena around 7:50pm with Luke. Another tweet places him on stage with Thomas Rhett not even an hour later. The venues are less than a mile apart when walking, but with celebrity and security added in it obviously takes longer.

An impressive Nashville night for Dierks, for sure.

When Dierks made it to the stage, TR joined him for a singing of the No. 1 hit, "Somewhere on a Beach."

Brad Paisley

It doesn't matter the time or day, Jimmy Fallon can get people to tweet anything to him using whatever hashtag he thinks up and let him read it aloud on "The Tonight Show." This analysis doubles on April 20.

Fallon's most recent hashtag, #420songs involved Brad Paisley singing tweets about weed to popular songs like "Can't Feel My Face," by the Weeknd and the classic, "Don't Go Breaking My Heart."

Paisley even got to sing a tweet based on his mega-hit, "Mud On the Tires."

Who knew so many people loved weed?


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