Tis the season! For beauty vloggers to do something racist on YouTube. Actually let’s be real, it’s always the season for that. But thank goodness we have Sailor J to set us straight with this extremely un-PC but gloriously woke makeup tutorial.
Question: is there anything Amanda Lehan can’t do? She writes, she acts, she does comedy, she models, she improvises, she honestly probably can also fly and stuff. The multi-talented funny lady is on the rise, and we’re declaring this Amanda Lehan Week at WhoHaha. Check out a few of her hilarious videos, then check back with our Facebook through the week for more Amanda goodness.
One of the greatest living comedians is now a correspondent on The Daily Show, and everything is right with the world. Dulcé Sloan hit the late night circuit with a BANG in her coverage of New York fashion week, and called the fashion industry on all its bs. If this is how she’s starting her correspondent career, we truly can’t wait to see what she does next.
Scuse us but why isn’t Sarah Paulson in every single movie and tv show already? She can be spooky, funny, heartbreaking, and even Drew Barrymore! And in this clip from The Tonight Show, she displays her uncanny ability to portray other celebrities talking about unconventional topics.
Look, every comedian bombs at some point. Even the incredibly hilarious and talented Leslie Jones. But not every comedian has the ovaries to pick themselves back up and get nominated for a damn Emmy, and that Leslie definitely has. This interview is perfect, and hearing Leslie J talk about bossing stage managers around is the balm we need right now.
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International Resources for Suicide Prevention : http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.html
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