Ramblings of a fangirl

fallontonight:

Brian Williams Raps “Gin and Juice”

NBC Nightly News managing editor and anchor Brian Williams raps Snoop Dogg’s classic “Gin and Juice.”

I can’t imagine the amount of energy and effort that would have to go into maintaining the lie of being who you’re not. And maybe that means I have a different journey, but it’s just not interesting to me to live any other way.
Zachary Quinto (via zacharysquinto)

cookienun:

tav-nitram:

crankynerdgirl:

This starts out as an interesting Disney a capella tribute, then it immediately becomes clear they’re doing *men* of Disney, which is a much over-looked category, and then BAM! Pitch-Slapped by the sassiest Ariel ever.  Aw yiss.

i love the ariel so muchhh

this is my favourite video of all time

verily-i-say:

Friendly reminder that showmances and bearding do still happen in the entertainment industry, even with celebrities who you think “seem like the type of person who would be open and proud about it, if they were actually gay”.

Friendlier reminder that coming to terms with their sexuality privately is one thing, deciding that they’re ready to share that with the world is an entirely different matter; until that day, they’re allowed to take whatever steps they feel are necessary to protect themselves, their privacy and their mental well-being.

realsmurk:

Black Is Beautiful 

"I think like an american, act like a canadian, and dress like an englishmen."

spoken-not-written:

usasheeran:

sheeriosnotcheerios:

Yet another great twitter convo

It gets better


I’m going to become famous just so I get free chocolate.

spoken-not-written:

usasheeran:

sheeriosnotcheerios:

Yet another great twitter convo

It gets better

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I’m going to become famous just so I get free chocolate.