90s

14 Break Up Songs From The 90s That Will Make You Cry Your Eyes Out All Over Again

The 90's was a golden age for the world of pop culture, most notably for their tantalizing music tracks. A popular theme for artists in that era were songs about love and relationships, and ultimately, their soul crushing demise. So if you're reeling from the end of a relationship, pull out your discman and make a mix CD, because we have the ultimate list of break up songs from the 90s.  1. "Don't Speak" by No Doubt (1995)The Grammy-nominated song was written by No Doubt's vocalist Gwen Stefani and her brother Eric, about the end of her seven

Pop Culture

Garfield Creator Responds To Allegations That John Drank Dog Semen

In the Garfield universe, some facts are indisputable: Garfield loves lasagna, hates Mondays, Odie is big-hearted but clueless and Jon Arbuckle is in love with veterinarian, Dr. Liz Wilson.What has been questioned? Jon drinking semen. A 1990 comic strip depicts a trip to the veterinarian's office, where Jon clumsily attempts to flirt with Liz. He sees a coffee cup sitting on the examination table and takes the liberty to drink its contents, only to discover it wasn't filled with coffee.  "Congratulations, Mr. Arbuckle," Liz exclaims. "You are going to give birth to a fine, healthy litter of puppies.

90s

David Spade Paid Tribute To Best Friend Chris Farley On The 20th Anniversary Of His Death

Actor and comedian David Spade has honored his late best friend Chris Farley on the 20th anniversary of his death. Farley was 33-years-old when he passed away on December 18, 1997, following a drug overdose at his Chicago apartment. Spade, 53, posted a picture of Farley to both Instagram and Twitter with the caption, "20 years ago today." 20 years ago today. A post shared by David Spade (@davidspade) on Dec 18, 2017 at 10:29am PST The pair were inseparable in the 90s, having co-starred on variety show Saturday Night Live (SNL), and comedies Tommy Boy and Black Sheep.

90s

Macaulay Culkin Opens Up About His Abusive Father And Michael Jackson

Macaulay Culkin has finally revealed the intimate details surrounding his childhood. The former child star appeared on Marc Maron's WTF Podcast, where he discussed a range of topics, including life as a young performer, his relationship with his father, and his "best friend" Michael Jackson.  In the candid interview recorded earlier this year, Culkin, 38, opened up about what he's been up to for the past two decades, which included playing the lead in the 2003 film Party Monster, performing voice work for the animated sketch comedy series Robot Chicken, and playing in his band, The Pizza Underground.BackGridNow

Pop Culture

Roseanne Barr Return Possible, But Not With Her Rebooted TV Series

After her network dropped her show, streaming services dropped her reruns, and her agency dropped her for a racist tweet, Roseanne Barr is vowing she's not finished.Whether anyone will have her is an open question.Mainstream television, where she saw soaring success both on the original Roseanne and the recent short-lived reboot, is probably out. But she finds herself in an environment flush with media outlets where the style of incendiary statements she was making long before Tuesday's tweet is not a hindrance, but rather an asset.Adam Rose/ABC"Whether or not she will see herself back on

90s

Macaulay Culkin Debunks 'Home Alone' Fan Theories, Discusses Its Biggest Plot Hole

Once known as one of the most popular child stars, the now reclusive Macaulay Culkin is slowly resurfacing back into the limelight. In January, the Richie Rich actor hosted a candid Reddit AMA session, where he announced his newest project, a podcast called Bunny Ears, and discussed his "drug addiction" and friendship with the late Michael Jackson. Last Sunday, he live tweeted the Oscars, without even watching the awards show, and blessed fans with a series of facetious comments. Macaulay Culkin/TwitterOn March 3, Culkin made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he responded to fan

Movies

'Mary Poppins Returns' Has Finally Released A Trailer And My 10-Year-Old Self Can't Stop Screaming

Growing up, Mary Poppins was one my all time favorite films. The Disney classic saw Julie Andrews play the titular role of the magical nanny, who I wished was my babysitter whenever my parents were away.When it was first announced that Disney was planning a sequel, I was certain it wouldn't be as grand, as the leading actress would have big shoes to fill. But, when the first photo of the cast was released back in January, I couldn't help but think Emily Blunt had an uncanny resemblance to the iconic Andrews.Featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda as Jack (who was

TV

Move Over Will Smith, 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' Reboot May Be Getting A Princess

I'll be blunt about it: if you didn't love watching The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, you're probably a liar. The 90s sitcom had everything: great humor, lovable characters, and zesty plot lines for the whole family to enjoy. As devastating as it was to say goodbye to the beloved series, it had a great six-year run, and my siblings and I still relished in watching repeats whenever they came to air.  Recently, rumors have been swirling around about a potential Fresh Prince reboot being in the works after Smith posted an animated picture of the show's cast to Instagram.

90s

8 True Stories Of How Our Favorite 90s Bands Got Their Name

Regardless of what decade you grew up in, music was probably the foundation of your adolescent life. If you up on the latest trends in the 90s, it would be a shock if Destiny's Child and Green Day didn't make a coveted spot on your mix tapes. But did you ever wonder were these popular groups got their iconic moniker? Well, if you're feeling intrigued, here are eight stories behind how bands got their names.1. Backstreet BoysThis boy band's name was chosen by their infamous manager, Lou Pearlman, after Orlando's Backstreet Market, where the members used to hang out.

90s

Kevin Smith Suffers 'Massive' Heart Attack Following Comedy Show

Kevin Smith revealed he had suffered a "massive" heart attack this past Sunday.The 47-year-old filmmaker, who's best known for the 1994 cult classic Clerks, announced on Twitter he was hospitalized just before he was set to perform his second show at the Alex Theater in Glendale, California for his comedy special, "Kevin Smith Live!" After the first show this evening, I had a massive heart attack. The Doctor who saved my life told me I had 100% blockage of my LAD artery (aka “the Widow-Maker”). If I hadn’t canceled show 2 to go to the hospital, I would’