Of course she did.
During her first SXSW performance Thursday night, Lady Gaga let artist Millie Brown — otherwise known as the vomit painter — puke on her chest.
As Gaga performed "Swine," Brown repeatedly stuck her fingers down her throat and regurgitated bright green milk onto the singer, making us once again question what exactly Nickelodeon's notorious slime was made of.
Hal Douglas, who lent his voice to thousands of movie trailers, passed away on March 7, People reports. He was 89.
Douglas died at his northern Virginia home, surrounded by his wife Ruth and daughter Sarah, according to his family. The legendary voice-over artist had been battling pancreatic cancer since 2010.
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Douglas rarely made onscreen appearances, though he did for the 2002 Jerry Seinfeld documentary Comedian, in which he was filmed working from a recording booth. But for the past 15 years, Douglas worked from the horse farm he shared with his wife.
After suffering a stroke in October, Douglas lost most of his speaking ability. "It was very, very interesting to watch this man learning how to speak again," his daughter Sarah said, adding that he was able to relearn a limited amount.
Despite his 2010 cancer diagnosis, Sarah wanted other cancer patients to know that "he had a great four years."
Jason Dohring, Chris Lowell
It's been nine years since Veronica (Kristen Bell) left Neptune and cut Logan (Jason Dohring) out of her life. When the much-anticipated Veronica Mars movie picks up, she's back with Piz (Chris Lowell) and even about to meet his parents. But old habits are hard to break, and Veronica's never been good at resisting Logan's charms. It's entirely possible LoVe will overcome — but should it?
We weigh Veronica's two options below:
Apparently, popcorn and Rick and Morty are the foundations of a good relationship, because one month after their initial meeting, Community's Abed (Danny Pudi) and Coat Check Girl (Brie Larson) are still going strong! (Cool, cool, cool.)
In exclusive preview of Thursday's episode below, the couple celebrates their first anniversary in the most Abed-way possible.
On Thursday's Vikings (10/9c, History), Alexander Ludwig makes his debut as the new, more mature Bjorn. And though Ragnar's son has seemingly tripled in size, it's nice to see he's still rocking the same Skrillex undercut! But while Bjorn doesn't have the imposing beard or tattoos of many of his fellow Vikings, Ludwig promises he's grown to be an even better fighter than his father. Though, that's not to say he hasn't inherited some of his mother's better qualities, as well...
NBC's new reality show American Dream Builders puts a spin on the home makeover TV genre.
While the series has all the feel-good inspiration we've come to expect of the genre, American Dream Builders ups the drama by pitting dueling teams of designers against each other in a competition to give two families their dream homes. As people are eliminated each week, the teams grow smaller, forcing the remaining players to take on even more responsibility.
"We are changing the lives of these families. We are changing the way they think about themselves by waking up in a beautiful home that's been designed exactly how they want to live," host Nate Berkus says in this exclusive first look.
Nic Bishop has joined Covert Affairs as a series regular, USA announced Wednesday.
The Body of Proof alum will play Ryan McQuaid, a charming former Navy SEAL-turned-private contractor billionaire. McQuaid and Annie (Piper Perabo) become uneasy allies after meeting in the field, but as the pair grows closer, Annie fears he might have a secret agenda.