Budweiser’s New Super Bowl Ad Proves Dogs Rule and Cats Drool

Budweiser has made it a tradition to create emotional Super Bowl ads. But this year, the brand’s “Lost Puppy” commercial is enough to make a grown man cry. And you thought you were a cat lover. Ha ha ha.

This adorable puppy has officially dethroned famous cats, including those belonging to Taylor Swift, from ruling the Internet. The hot owner doesn’t hurt this dog’s cause, but the cuddly cutie is a star in his own right (and already has a Twitter account to prove it). If you suddenly feel the urge to stop by Petco and make a beer run, you have been officially been hit by effective advertising. Welcome to the club:

Sorry cats, but you can’t win ‘em all.

Check out this year’s ad made even more incredible when set to Ginuwine‘s “Pony.” (Everything’s better when tied back to Channing Tatum, right?) You’re welcome.

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Julianne Moore On God, Guns & Motherhood


Still Alice actress Julianne Moore covers the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter and opens up about God, guns and raising her kids – son Cal, 17, and daughter Liv, 12 – with husband Bart Freundlich.

On juggling her career and motherhood: “When my kids were babies, they traveled all over the world with me and came to work with me every day, and it was never frowned upon. I am very fortunate in that I can afford to have child care, and I always hired someone who was young and very flexible — so that was always my ‘entourage’: my kids and my babysitter. [My husband and I are] both available as parents, and we’re a pretty great unit. And that’s not to say it’s all been a breeze, because it never is. There’s always stuff.”

On not believing in God: “I learned when my mother died five years ago that there is no ‘there’ there. Structure, it’s all imposed. We impose order and narrative on everything in order to understand it. Otherwise, there’s nothing but chaos.”

On gun control: “I get more reactions on Twitter about gun safety than anything else. I don’t understand how we’re threatening the Second Amendment because we’re talking about gun safety rules. That, to me, is really shocking.”

On changing her name to Julianne Moore: “When I went to join SAG as Julie Smith, they were like, ‘There’s a Julie Smith, there’s a Julie Anne Smith. You have to choose another name.’ My dad’s name was Peter Moore Smith, and my mother’s name was Anne Smith, and I used both their names so I wouldn’t hurt anybody’s feelings…I mean, everyone calls me Julie — everyone.”

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Snooki’s Daughter Turns 4 Months


Proud mama Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi shared an updated shot of her growing girl.

“My munchkin is 4 months today,” the Jersey Shore alum, 27, Instagrammed Monday. Staying true to her mama’s style, Giovanna is sporting animal print as she smiles for the milestone photo.

In a series of family pics, the pint-sized reality star also shares some snaps of her 2-year-old son Lorenzo.

She went on to post some photos with her co-star and BFF, Jenni “JWoww” Farley.

JWoww – who recently caused controversy with some shots of her daughter Meilani – and Snooki sat down with E! News to discuss some of the past fashion regrets.

“My hair, some makeup choices, our gigantic eyelashes,” JWoww shared before Snooki continued, “My makeup, tarantula eyes.”

“Some of our earrings were bigger than our heads!” JWoww said as Snooki added, “Our lobes would, like, be hanging….And we thought we were so sexy,” Snooki added. “I’m like, ‘No girl.’”

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Ranking the 15 Most Iconic ‘Saturday Night Live’ Characters


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Over the past 40 years, Saturday Night Live has introduced some of the most memorable and hilarious characters to ever grace a television set, some of which VH1 Classic will begin revisiting today with its “SNL Rewind: 2015-1975 Mega Marathon.” From Chris Kattan‘s Mango to Kenan Thompson‘s DeAndre “What’s Up With That?” Cole, simply narrowing down a list of favorites is not an easy task.

However, there are some characters who are so unforgettable that anyone who hears their name will immediately reminisce on their favorite sketch. Out of all of the sketch show’s major players, these are the 15 most iconic Saturday Night Live characters. Get ready for a crazy nostalgia trip.

Speaking of iconic, watch SNL‘s youngest host ever, Drew Barrymore, return to the stage decades later with musical guest Lily Allen:

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