(Twitter)A few buzzworthy tidbits from around the web to distract you from your work day. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis will make you believe in love.
If you didn't believe in love before, you will when you see these two lovebirds smooch it up for the cameras. The duo was spotted at the Laker's game over the weekend and caused quite a stir when they were featured on the night's Kiss Cam. Aww. Very jelly. Snoop Lion's Pokemon video is amazing.
The artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg
has dropped his latest reggae-inspired project, a nerdy music video for the Major Lazer
-produced track "Get Away." We'll give Snoop Dogg a pass on the strangeness of the song since he has some kick-ass visuals to back it up. A recreation of Game Boy Pokemon? We'll take it.
Jimmy Fallon is making Tonight Show history.
Take a moment to feel nostalgic, folks. In the first official NBC promo for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
, Fallon, who is taking over the show from Jay Leno, is depicted joining the ranks of other storied Tonight Show
hosts like Jack Paar and Johnny Carson. Kudos, Fallon!
These paper sculptures will blow your mind.
At first glance, Li Hongbo's sculptures don't look like something that could be malleable. But up close, they're crafted from thousands of layers of sheets of paper that allow the busts and faces to bend, twist, and contort. It's pretty incredible and mind-blowing.
Here's yet another reason to love Queen Bey. In the final installment of her five-part documentary "Self-Titled," Beyonce
opens up about being honest, tapping into her emotional side for her record-breaking album, and just being real. We expect nothing less.