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The spirit of Halloween is in the air, so HuffPost Live\'s \"Spoiler Alert\" indulged in a few tricks and treats with a discussion of what makes our favorite Halloween episodes so hauntingly hilarious, from \"Roseanne\" to \"American Horror Story.\"\n\nSpeaking of \"American Horror Story,\" this week\'s episode of \"Freak Show\" got a little two-faced. Host Ricky Camilleri and the \"Spoiler Alert\" panel also dissected \"AHS\" -- possible Voldemort cameo and all -- plus the latest installment of \"How To Get Away With Murder.\"\n\nCatch the full \"Spoiler Alert\" episode here.\n\nSign up here for Live Today, HuffPost Live\'s new morning email ...
Every actor has to start somewhere! Even Emmy-award winning John Goodman and Megan Mullally, who both appear in this vintage Mcdonald\'s breakfast commercial. (You\'re welcome.)\n\nNext time you\'re watching the clock during a commercial break, remember that random dish soap actress could be a huge star like any day now. \n\n
In only one -- just one -- way, of course: Kim Kardashian is only similar to us peasants in the way that she, too, adored Johnny Depp as a young girl.
It\'s Friday, so here\'s what it looks like when Benedict Cumberbatch struts to Beyoncé\'s \"Crazy In Love\" on \"The Graham Norton Show.\" Thanks, Earth!\n\n\nGIF via YouTube\n\nIf more context for enjoyment of this seismic event is required, The Hollywood Reporter has your back.
Before you write that \"Girls\" think piece, know showrunner Jenni Konner will probably actually read it. Konner sat down with Slate TV critic Willa Paskin on Thursday as part of the 2014 New York Television festival\'s Creative Keynote series to discuss her early career, the Internet and \"Girls.\" Here are some of the most fascinating things we learned: \n\n\n\n1. Konner loves the Internet fervor surrounding \"Girls.\"\nThough she acknowledges it can turn nasty, Konner appreciates fans and critics\' heated engagement with \"Girls.\" \"I actually love it,\" she said. \"There are days where I\'m like \'Oh my god, everyone is evil and ...
Finally there\'s a DIY costume that\'s definitely not \"ew!\"\n\nA new music video from the \"Tonight Show,\" featuring Sara, aka Jimmy Fallon, and Mir.i.am, aka Will.i.am, is blowing up, and the only thing better than the vid has to be the girls\' awesome style. These looks are definitely anything but basically basic. And with Halloween coming up, they are an easy way to look totes OMG.\n\nFallon even thinks it\'s a good idea:\n\nCould be #halloween costume! A gang of #ew http://t.co/AtI7mr3Z43— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) October 7, 2014\n\n\nThankfully, HalloweenCostumes.com put together some instructions for bringing these looks to life.\n\nSara (without an H)\n\n\n\nWhat you\'ll ...
Known to go all out for Halloween, celebrities are usually great sources of inspiration when it comes to finding a killer costume. But sometimes -- out of sheer ignorance or deliberately bad ideas -- the stars serve as a guide for what not to wear. \n\nTake a look at the celebrities with the most controversial Halloween costumes in recent history: \n\nChris Brown as a terrorist \n\n\n\nNo stranger to controversy, Chris Brown dressed as a terrorist, wearing a turban and fake assault rifle, to Rihanna\'s Halloween party in October 2012. \n\nHeidi Klum as Goddess Kali\n\n\n\nKlum is known for her commitment to ...
If celebrities have taught us anything, it\'s that nothing dooms a marriage quite like an over-the-top vow renewal ceremony. \n\nIn the video above, Entertainment Tonight looks back at eight celeb couples who renewed their vows then called it quits anyway. A minute in and we were already feeling nostalgic for Heidi Klum and Seal\'s yearly themed renewal ceremonies. (Though to be honest, we\'d really like to forget their 2009 \"trailer trash\"-themed ceremony.)\n\nKeep in touch! Check out HuffPost Divorce on Facebook and Twitter. Sign up for our newsletter here.
Is this the first time we\'ve ever actually anticipated a Monday? After reading the early reviews, we assume you\'d rather bypass Saturday and Sunday so we can begin arguing the merits of Taylor Swift\'s new album. Because the reviews are mostly glowing. As in, this-is-the-second-coming glowing. Yes, it\'s going to be a long weekend. Try to enjoy it as much as possible. To make you even more envious, we\'ve compiled the (mostly) wonderful things critics are saying about \"1989\" so far.\n\n1. \"By making pop with almost no contemporary references, Ms. Swift is aiming somewhere even higher, a mode of timelessness ...
Ellen DeGeneres kicked off the World Series this week by offering up a \"super-scientific\" way to predict whether the Kansas City Royals or the San Francisco Giants will ultimately emerge victorious. \n\nThe resulting \"hunk-a-thon\" between two dueling male dancers needs to be seen to be believed. Meanwhile, Ellen\'s sizzling stunt also has a beneficent cause. \n\nH/T Towleroad