Miley Cyrus offered up her very own bedazzled replicas of Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover for an amfAR auction, motivating thousands of people to donate to the AIDS research organization. Cyrus’ artwork reached a bid of $65,000, until the daredevil decided to take matters into her own hands. And this time, her lack of filter really paid off – literally.
The 22-year-old recording artist jokingly offered to show the audience her breasts (she claimed the left is bigger than the right) and even promised to clean the winner’s house naked, if they dished out $69,000. When someone chimed in accepting the bid, Miley was moved to tears.
Jeb Bush didn’t waste any time getting some quality on-screen face time, joining Jimmy Fallon to slow jam the news on The Tonight Show just a day after the big announcement that he’s running for prez next year.
The two were joined by The Roots‘ Black Thought, who certainly did not hold back on slamming past presidents. Bush stuck to what he knows best by narrating the news points, while Thought and Fallon took a more lyrical, and of course, a more inappropriate approach. Watch the absolutely hilarious video (packed with sexual innuendos) above.
We just heard the news that two of our favorite That ’70s Show stars, Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson, are starring in a new multi-camera comedy series on Netflix called The Ranch. But wait… there’s more exciting news. The series is supposedly introducing a new model for Netflix streaming, with a 20-episode order to be released in two batches, premiering 10 episodes at a time, twice a year. That’s right. Twenty… episodes… a year. Hallelujah.
And last but not least, have a look at the Rawyals on the set of their video “King Me,” directed by Eif Rivera. The video showcases the girl group, who open up about who they are, what their songs really mean, and what they want for the future of women.