Hilarious!! Patrick Stewart Does NOT Look Happy To Be Wearing A Singing, Dancing Christmas Hat!

Patrick Stewart is seriously hilarious.

We love how he’s a huge, respected celebrity, and yet he has no problem making fun of himself.

[ Related: Patrick Stewart Surprises Young, Sick Fan! ]

Like in this video he allowed to be shot of him wearing a light-up, singing, dancing Christmas hat!

It looks like he lost a bet or something! We wonder if it was with Magneto! LOLz!

He just stands there, looking so sad… and it’s pure comedy gold.

Check out the video (below) to see a sad Patrick Stewart wearing the best hat ever.

NASCAR driver Tyler Walker pleads guilty following three-state police chase

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Tyler Walker has a bit of a drug problem. It’s what got him kicked out of NASCAR, what possessed him to lead police on a high-speed chase across Nevada, Utah and into Arizona, and what finally got him arrested. Now two years later, he’s plead guilty to a litany of charges, and will be sentenced in February.

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Palladino: Talented Youngsters Have Giants’ Future Looking Bright

By Ernie Palladino
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As the clock ticks down to 0:00 on the 6-9 Giants’ season Sunday, do yourselves a favor and let your mind travel into the land of the future.

It’s an exciting place if you look at it the right way. While it is true that this blown season could simply be the third in a long trough of playoff-less, non-winning campaigns, it is equally possible that what has happened in this three-game winning streak could break such a slide, regardless of how this last game against Philadelphia at MetLife Stadium turns out.

Think about it. For all the individual excitement that rookie receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. has created — and somebody please explain how this kid didn’t warrant something better than Pro Bowl alternate — a bunch of other young players have stepped up and shown potential for quick, effective development. If they carry any of that over to next season, and if the Giants’ hospital list returns to healthy efficiency, the possibilities for success appear quite bright.

People like rookie defensive end Kerry Wynn — who was not even active the first 11 games — and last year’s second-round defensive tackle Jonathan Hankins have helped rejuvenate the pass-rush that spent most of the season in slumber. Rookie running back Andre Williams has benefited greatly from starts he made while Rashad Jennings nursed injuries.

Devon Kennard, another rookie, has looked great at strong-side linebacker after Jameel McClain vacated the spot to replace the injured Jon Beason in the middle. And lo and behold, rookie guard Weston Richburg has stepped up his game following his midseason benching to become an effective run blocker and a decent protector of Eli Manning.

While no one should misconstrue any of this as the impetus for a 2015 run to the Super Bowl, it’s a lot more encouraging than things looked last month when the Giants collapsed in Jacksonville. Any or all of these guys could turn in quite ordinary performances next season. But 2015 is not here yet, and with the slumping Eagles heading in behind erratic ex-Jet Mark Sanchez, the arrow appears to be pointing up. Especially after a season that saw the compilation of a franchise-record, 22-man injured-reserve list.

One of the wounded said he can’t wait to get back to work with the new achievers.

“It’s going to be a lot of fun,” said Victor Cruz, who should come back to team with the dynamic Beckham after rehabbing from the torn patellar tendon he suffered in the third quarter of the 27-0 loss in Philadelphia Oct. 12. “I don’t like to get into next year and start promising things, but when I reach my peak health and I’m 100 percent again and everything is clicking, it’s going to be a fun offense to watch.

“I can see those guys getting more and more comfortable with the offense, and it’s been fun to watch. It’s been fun to watch them grow throughout the season, because the early part wasn’t much fun to watch.”

The front office will have to make a decision on unrestricted free agent Jason Pierre-Paul, though his late-season sack surge may make discussions about length and value of a new contract a lot shorter than they would have been during the seven-game losing streak.

They’ll also have to decide on safety Antrel Rolle after an admittedly subpar season. But the abundance of young talent, fire-hardened from injury-forced service, will add a note of optimism to anything that happens in the offseason.

It is still to be determined who will coach this group, but that may be another reason for ownership to keep Tom Coughlin around. He and his staff are the ones who kick-started the youngsters. Many teams go straight down the drain because of injuries. Coughlin kept his team together, showed faith instead of resignation in the rookies and second-year players stepping up. Now they are positioned to finish with a record that will seem somewhat more palatable than it could have been had they all played like kids.

Regardless of who coaches them, though, players like Beckham, Hankins, Wynn, Williams and Richburg have advanced. Beckham is simply the most high-profile of the bunch.

They have offered hope for 2015, either as starters or quality depth pieces. That’s a lot more than the Giants had coming out of training camp.

It’s something to anticipate with a smile as this lost season winds down to its sad end.

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Chris Brown Ignites #ChristmasChallenge Dance-Off via Instagram

“I like the way you do that right thurr…”

Its been years since we’ve done the chicken head to Chingy‘s “Right Thurr”, but since yesterday, families, friends, co-workers and professional dancers alike took to their cell phones to create 15-second dance off videos to the #TBT hit during their holiday activities thanks to the Dance King, Chris Brown.

Just strolling through the #ChristmasChallenge hashtag, and you’ll discover people of all backgrounds showing off their moves (or lack thereof) to the 2003 throwback dance jam from St. Louis’ very own, Chingy. Clearly, many of Breezy’s younger fans weren’t aware of this song, with the constant comments asking, “name of song?”. Gotta love the 90s babies.

From Chris’ page, you will find that even celebrities such as Lala Anthony and her children, Justin Bieber and Adrien Broner joined in the fun as well, offering little competition however to the choreographed and costumed efforts of those Breezy re-shared on his feed, especially that of Diddy‘s son, Justin and his friends while donning fur coats in front of the Christmas tree.

For those of us old enough to know, it was hilarious not only listening to “Right Thurr” after a decade, but heartwarming to see people come together and share the joy of dance and movement after the holiday.

Check out some favorite videos below.

 

@woody_thegreat the Christmas challenge!!!!! Fuck it up!! Who wanna battle????

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 12:52pm PST

#CHRISTMASCHALLENGE this nigga turnt!

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 2:19pm PST

 

LALA and the family turning up! Shout out to my brother @carmeloanthony #CHRISTMASCHALLENGE

Ett filmklipp publicerat av BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) Dec 12, 2014 at 4:43 PST

#CHRISTMASCHALLENGE @kehlanimusic

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 1:40pm PST

 

#CHRISTMASCHALLENGE

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 4:50pm PST

@woody_thegreat @splack_19 @edwinjbennett who can beat us?

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 3:25pm PST

 

@woody_thegreat @splack_19 @edwinjbennett who can beat us?

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 3:25pm PST

Chris Brown Ignites #ChristmasChallenge Dance-Off via Instagram

“I like the way you do that right thurr…”

Its been years since we’ve done the chicken head to Chingy‘s “Right Thurr”, but since yesterday, families, friends, co-workers and professional dancers alike took to their cell phones to create 15-second dance off videos to the #TBT hit during their holiday activities thanks to the Dance King, Chris Brown.

Just strolling through the #ChristmasChallenge hashtag, and you’ll discover people of all backgrounds showing off their moves (or lack thereof) to the 2003 throwback dance jam from St. Louis’ very own, Chingy. Clearly, many of Breezy’s younger fans weren’t aware of this song, with the constant comments asking, “name of song?”. Gotta love the 90s babies.

From Chris’ page, you will find that even celebrities such as Lala Anthony and her children, Justin Bieber and Adrien Broner joined in the fun as well, offering little competition however to the choreographed and costumed efforts of those Breezy re-shared on his feed, especially that of Diddy‘s son, Justin and his friends while donning fur coats in front of the Christmas tree.

For those of us old enough to know, it was hilarious not only listening to “Right Thurr” after a decade, but heartwarming to see people come together and share the joy of dance and movement after the holiday.

Check out some favorite videos below.

 

@woody_thegreat the Christmas challenge!!!!! Fuck it up!! Who wanna battle????

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 12:52pm PST

#CHRISTMASCHALLENGE this nigga turnt!

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 2:19pm PST

 

LALA and the family turning up! Shout out to my brother @carmeloanthony #CHRISTMASCHALLENGE

Ett filmklipp publicerat av BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) Dec 12, 2014 at 4:43 PST

#CHRISTMASCHALLENGE @kehlanimusic

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 1:40pm PST

 

#CHRISTMASCHALLENGE

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 4:50pm PST

@woody_thegreat @splack_19 @edwinjbennett who can beat us?

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 3:25pm PST

 

@woody_thegreat @splack_19 @edwinjbennett who can beat us?

A video posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Dec 12, 2014 at 3:25pm PST

Seth Rogen Made A Surprise Appearance At A Screening Of The Interview! Watch The Video And See What He Had To Say HERE!

He ain’t afraid!

And he’s so happy at least some people aren’t afraid either!

Seth Rogen surprised the heck out of an audience at a screening of his Sony produced movie The Interview — and he was filled with excitement at seeing all those wonderful people there to see his movie!

[ Related: The Interview Is Coming To YouTube! Find Out How You Can See It HERE! ]

Seth’s co-writer and co-director Evan Goldberg was also there to see the packed crowd at the Los Angeles theater The Cinefamily, and as Seth so eloquently put it, he was so frickin’ excited to see them see his movie!

Well, he didn’t say frickin’ but you get the general idea, ha!

The Los Angeles movie theater was one of three hundred or so independent movie theaters that showed the film after many bigger chain theaters opted out.

But obviously this audience weren’t scared of hacker threats! They just wanted to exercise their right to see any movie they want to!

And this Christmas Day audience got to see the movie AND a little something extra!

Check out the video (below) to see the surprise appearance!!!

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