Sometimes all it takes to be great is a fantastic idea and a cooperative cat.
Those are the two things definitely on display over at the RuPaw's Drag Race Instagram feed.
The concept is simple — recreate notable outfits from RuPaul's Drag Race on a cat.
The execution is spectacular.
Even Ru herself receives the honor.
The feed itself doesn't give a clue as to what that sweet kitty's name is or who is behind this wonderful thing. It doesn't really matter, because the pictures speak for themselves.
Today is a beautiful day.
If you haven't watched Macklemore's new music video for yet, stop what you are doing and punch yourself in the face. Because it is legitimately awesome.
Featuring Kool Moe Dee, Grandmaster Caz, Melle Mel and one ~surprise~ guest, this catchy song will be in your head for a while.
The past few years haven't been much of a cakewalk for Paula Deen and it'll probably stay that way as the stigmatized celebrity chef tries to keep up with other C-list high-steppers.
She's going to be on the next season of Dancing with the Stars.
According to Variety:
The former Food Network star has reportedly been cast in season 21 of "Dancing With the Stars," along with Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, Triple Crown-winning jockey Victor Espinoza and the previously announced Bindi Irwin of "Crocodile Hunter" fame.
Deen, who was dropped by the food cabler in 2013 after making headlines for racially charged comments, had been asked to join past seasons of "DWTS," though ABC declined to comment on her current casting.
It was only a few months ago that she took her most recent, brown-faced step into controversy. And we hope that she won't try to worm her way back into our arteries by performing any culturally sensitive dances.
Only twerking and the Electric Slide for her.
We proabbaly won't be watching.
Miley Cyrus visited Jimmy Kimmel last night to talk about America's breast problem.
Wearing a set of pink heart pasties, Miley laid it all out on the table.
"The humans aren't afraid of the human breast. It's the n*pple that's the issue. I'm always so concerned—I'm showing my b00bs and no one has a problem," she said. "But the nipples are covered, so somehow that's OK."
We feel ya, Miley. #FreeTheNipple.
She also interviewed people on the street in disguise to get their thoughts about Miley Cyrus. Reactions were...mixed.
Taylor Swift has dragged out many, many, many special guests during her 1989 World Tour, but few, if any have inspired this much 1990s nostalgia.
Introducing her as Phoebe Buffey, Taylor Swift brought Lisa Kudrow up in front of the screaming stadium for a quiet and intimate rendition of Kudrow's song Smelly Cat from this little show you might have heard of called Friends.
Heres a wider, much stabler video:
If you're unfamiliar with Smelly Cat because maybe you were born in the 90s and too young to bask in the ultra-caucasian glow of Friends, you can watch the original here:
And we will now open bets as to who will join Swift on stage yet. Norm from Cheers? Garfield the cat? George W. Bush's twin daughters? The Count from Sesame Street? That crazy astronaut who wore a diaper to confront the rival for her love?
Segways, or jerk strollers as their known, have no place in our world, especially when they are attacking top athletes.
The awesome Usain Bolt had just won his crazy fourth 200-meter victory in the Beijing world championships and was taking an extended bow to the gathered fans. Then, tragedy struck bolt.
Or rather some camera dude on a Seqway.
Fortunately for the world, and for the fate of that cameraman, Bolt came out of it unscathed.
Though Bolt got up holding his leg around his Achilles, causing Jamaica to hold its collective breath, he seemed fine and continued jogging around the track and taking pictures with the crowd. That's good, because as long as no one got injured, the whole thing was hilarious because that photographer — he was on a Segway, which makes it at least 75% funnier.
There are many videos of it.
And here's another angle:
And here's a Twitter video:
The best part is how he just rolls up like it's nbd. Because he's Usain Bolt.