The only thing Meghan McCain likes talking about more than her father is the idea of her parents watching her have sex. For someone who doesn’t seem keen on the concept, she sure spends a lot of time thinking about it.
This week we said a bittersweet goodbye to Game of Thrones, and I, for one am thrilled to have my Sunday nights free again to do literally anything else. Maybe I’ll finally learn to cook or watch a show with less than 500 characters that might be easier to follow. Perhaps I’ll have some friends over and play a board…
It sure is: Halsey, “Nightmare” - Uh, Halsey is the Paul Revere of the impending nu-metal revival. Who knew? Stylistically, “Nightmare” is her take on rap-rock (where rock is defined by, I don’t know, the guitar-less offerings of Twenty One Pilots.) It’s interesting to see a vintage genre defined by machismo and…
Meghan McCain knows how she was conceived, or she told Howard Stern as much during a week where the national assault on reproductive rights dominated the conversation on The View.
On May 18, 1999, Backstreet Boys released their sophomore album, Millennium. The record would go on to cement the boy band’s legendary status, breaking the record for most album sales in a single week, becoming the best-selling album of 1999, and spawning the fastest-grossing tour of all time.
It’s almost summertime, which means it’s a good time to take up some indoor activities while your friends melt on the sidewalk in the flaming heat. This is of the utmost importance here at Jezebel, a blog comprised almost entirely of vampires for whom sun exposure could be deadly.
I... don’t care: Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber, “I Don’t Care” - Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber are a few years too late for the anti-party pop song trend (Alessia Cara’s “Here” dropped four years ago, my god) which wouldn’t totally be an issue if this song, you know, had a hook. Regardless, I expect to hear to it…
This week was a relatively tame one for Meghan McCain on the The View. Her most cringeworthy moment transpired on a Late Night With Seth Meyers appearance, where she defended her previous comments linking Ilhan Omar’s rhetoric to April’s synagogue shooting, saying to Myers, “What are you, her publicist?”
As Kim’s mother, she wanted to kill her, but as her manager, she leveraged one news cycle into an insanely lucrative family business.
The second Yeardley Smith starts talking, I am transported back to my childhood home, watching The Simpsons on the couch with my mom, dad, and brother. We looked like our own version of the eponymous family staring at the TV in the show’s iconic opening credit sequence, which is fitting since Lisa Simpson is, in part,…
Y: Bhad Bhabie feat. Megan Thee Stallion “Bestie” - The world needs more songs devoted to friends—or rather muh’fuckin’ best friends—who just want to support each other and/or team up against a nemesis. (Motivate me, baby.) This is like an anthem for the Avengers or Real Housewives cast members who pretend to be friend…
I think all this time being The View’s black sheep is catching up with Meghan McCain. She began this week with an alarmingly impassioned defense of hugs (especially hugs from Joe Biden), and wrapped it up by comparing her tenure on the show to Seinfeld’s Frank Costanza airing his Festivus grievances.
Meghan McCain was only on The View for three days of this week, but man did she make it count: between twisting Kamala Harris’s words about voting rights for the incarcerated and passionately declaring her love of Mob Wives, it was a wild week for Jezebel’s favorite co-host. Let’s check in.
There’s nothing quite like hearing Tucker Carlson, a terrible person, pontificate over whether “terrible” incarcerated people should be allowed to vote. And isn’t this non-stop cycle of campaign news is its own kind of prison, anyway?
Cardi B may not be the Thomas Edison of the term “Okurrr,” but there’s no denying that it’s become an integral part of her brand. As her star continues to rise (and rise and rise), seemingly so does the frequency of people trying and failing to master her signature sound.
The 2020 presidential race has only just begun, but someone has to keep the lights on at the cable news stations, which means it’s not too soon for cable news pundits to start weighing in on the candidates.
United States deputy attorney general and rumored human person Rod Rosenstein looked extremely focused today as he watched Attorney General William Barr brief reporters on the findings of the Mueller report.
When I ask Dawn Richard to name a modern R&B artist she considers groundbreaking, she doesn’t hesitate before choosing herself.
Everybody makes mistakes. Everybody has those days.
We may have finally figured out why our Neanderthal ancestors were occasionally driven to eat each other, and let me just say, I get it.