J-Si has a confession to make. A little trip around the neighborhood turned into Kinsey talking to some cops for J-Si. You don't want to miss hearing this story! Listen to it below.
Josh Duhamel joins the show. He is promoting his new television series "Battle Creek" and he tells you the cutest thing his son, Axl, does. Listen to the full interview below!
"Uptown Funk" is one of the hottest tunes in the country.
It's one of those songs that gets your blood pumping and toes tapping.
Thanks to Alex Bove and the Dancing Grandpas, "Uptown Funk" got slowed down - well, a little bit.
It's called "Oldtown Cover," and everyone in the video is at least 65 years old...
So some of the moves are way slower than the Bruno Mars version. Naturally.
Steve Harvey has proved himself a master of making the most of some of the ridiculous moments on . Family Feud
But this one from last month takes the cake.
Simple question: "Other than fruit, name something you might choose by squeezing it first."
But neither contestant would buzz in. Because neither one could think of an answer.
And that left Steve to fill the gap while the show sort of reset itself.
Leonard Nimoy, best known for playing the iconic Mister Spock in a variety of Star Trek movies and TV shows, passed away on Friday at the age of 83.
Four days earlier, he posted his final tweet, which sounds like he knew he was leaving...
Since he passed, a lot of media outlets have been posting tidbits about him and Spock.
One of the more interesting is this interview from several years ago where he explained the origins of Spock's famous hand gesture that went along with the Vulcan salute, "Live Long and Prosper."
On Sunday, thousands of people jumped into Chicago's Lake Michigan.
It was time for the annual Polar Plunge, which raised close to $1 million for Special Olympics
On hand were a few celebrities. Vince Vaughn, an area native, jumped in wearing a Chicago Blackhawks jersey.
Lady Gaga showed up and took the plunge with her fiance, Taylor Kinney, one of the actors from . Chicago Fire
Ironically, Gaga was covered pretty much head to toe, wearing more to take a dip in the lake than she wears to perform...
Check out the video from The Chicago Sun-Times that includes some stills of Vince, Gaga and Taylor...
Kelly Osbourne went through with her threat to leave . Fashion Police
Last week, she was pretty upset over a comment her co-host Giuliana Rancic made about Zendaya's dreadlocks that created quite a stir.
She made her departure official on Friday, and instantly, her mother - Sharon Osbourne of - applauded her.
Meanwhile, Billy Bush from The Talk took a few shots at Kelly before her departure, and that angered the other half of Kelly's DNA pool - her dad, rocker Ozzy Osbourne - who had a choice tweet for Billy...
Dakota Johnson, star of 50 Shades of Grey, hosted Saturday Night Live this past weekend.
Her opening monologue wasn't bad. She poked fun at 50 Shades - actually took a couple of good shots at it.
And interestingly, she introduced her parents - Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson - who were in the front row.
Only Don spoke. Probably just as well...
It's entirely possible the world went insane on Thursday.
Someone posted a picture of a two-toned striped dress to Tumblr on Wednesday, and asked simply: “Guys please help me - is this dress white and gold, or blue and black? Me and my friends can't agree…"
The folks at have the skinny. Or do they? You be the judge. The Today Show
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A couple of llamas got loose in Sun City, Arizona yesterday afternoon, and the helicopter-shot video of the event quickly went viral.
Fox News picked it up, and (sorry) ran with it.
Shepard Smith provided running commentary on the "llama trot," and some of it is pretty funny. It's just not clear that it's intentionally funny.
"Were they someone's, like, backyard llamas?" he wondered. "Were they babysitting?"
"This is something I've not seen recently in New York," he said, "and we seem to see all kinds of weirdness up here in the New York."
We'll call this a slow news day phenomenon...