everyone’s favorite Katniss is a BAMF in real life, too.
be sure to check out our EPIC INTERVIEW with comedy legend Margaret Cho!
INTERVIEW LINK: "Boss Lady: Danielle Uhlarik"
meet the funny lady behind the genius that is YouTube’s hit series, Advice from a Cartoon Princess!
Samantha Bee shines, not only as the lone lady-correspondent on The Daily Show, but also as a comedienne who makes funny-making look effortless, and never fails to make audiences of all types laugh like crazy.
This week’s Giggle Goddesses, Sabrina Hill and Jennifer Tracy, make up the comedy duo L.A. Women!
L.A. Weekly says, "…smart, comedic and hilarious… and though the play is woman centric, the men in the audience appeared to be having a good time as well."
Check out the interview HERE and feel the inspiration.
AKA “Fox News Puts Its Degree In Nonsense-Talk from I Don’t Know What I’m Talking About University to Use”
This week’s Comediva of the Week is just too damn charming to hate, even when she plays a “Horrible Boss.” That’s right, we’re talking about America’s favorite friend, Jennifer Aniston.
Jennifer Aniston’s first big gig was a little show called Friends. She auditioned for the role of Monica Geller. She didn’t get it because some chick named Courteney Cox beat her for the role. Thank god. Otherwise, the world would never have known, “The Rachel.”
It’s easy to mock Cameron Diaz. The first image that pops to mind of the leggy blonde is still her bangs stuck straight up in the air held up by unmentionable substances in There’s Something About Mary. She’s made plenty of goofy movies, that’s for sure. But if you give her filmography some thought, you have to admit, the girl’s got taste.