Happy Friday, everyone! As you know, this weekend marks the annual celebration of very solemn and important holiday; a time to gather with friends and family and reflect on what it means to be an upright, moral person in this chaotic, modern world. That's right, it's Sherri Shepherd's birthday.
And to commemorate the comedienne’s 44nd, we'd like to point you toward two of the best Celebrity Autobiographies ever, featuring Sherri reading books by Madonna
, which she handles solo, and by Destiny's Child
, in which she's joined by comedy superheroes Mario Cantone and Jackie Hoffman.
So don't forget to toast this legendary funnywoman the way God intended: by eating yourself stupid on Cadbury Creme eggs.
Last week we tried to ride in the wake of MacGruber's publicity wave and this week it's Sex and the City 2. We put THOUGHT into these things, people! SATC2 (do not judge us because we are down with the acronym) and The View favorite Mario
Former Miss California USA Carrie Prejean's autobiography, Still
Standing: The Untold Story of My Fight Against Gossip, Hate, and
Political Attacks. Yes. Political attacks. Sigh.
But she is pretty. So there's that.
Ugh. So much happened this week and we are exhausted. We launched Celebrity Autobiography with Will Forte, Kristen Wiig and Eugene Pack. Then, you know how when you're thinking about something you suddenly see it everywhere? Well, we saw Will Forte on tv, like, a million times this week and he has seeped into our subconsciousness. We think he might actually be our new best friend. It's bad. Message to movie marketers: you win. It worked. All we can think about is going to see MacGruber this weekend.
Justin and Alden interviewed all those people and that made us tired. Grace went to that H&M thing and she was tired. Our office is moving, and everyone knows moving sucks, so everyone in the office is tired. We're Twittering and Tumblring and Tired. Are you there, god? It's me, My Damn Channel. We need a weekend, bad.
(photo above of Andy Samberg and Will Forte at the Pearl Jam concert at MSG via Village Voice Sounds of the City blog)
At My Damn Channel, we like celebrities and we like hilarious things.
And then we realized... there are CELEBRITIES who like celebrities and hilarious things. If we could get celebrities like MacGruber and SNL stars Will Forte and Kristen Wiig to read, say, the ridiculous AUTOBIOGRAPHIES of celebrities like Tommy Lee and Tiger Woods, it would probably be AWESOME.
Then we met a man named Eugene Pack and he made all of our celebrity dreams come true.
Witness the celebrity trailer now.
And we were right. It is celebrity awesome and celebrity hilarious. New celebrity episodes will be on My Damn Channel every Wednesday beginning May 19th.
Thank you. You're welcome. Celebrity.
Posted in Celebrity Autobiography
, New Series
with tags Celebrity Autobiography
, New Series
on 5/10/2010 6:57:21 AM by Virginia Reiff
Anticipate the official announcement... it will change lives... especially famous ones...