Steve Harvey Just Crowned the Wrong Miss Universe on Live TVAnd He Handled It Like a CHAMP

He’s getting a hard time for his live TV “oopsies,” but Harvey & these ladies couldn’t have handled it any better!

Last night, the coveted Miss Universe titlewas down to two contestants: Miss Columbia & Miss Philippines.

And after much grueling anticipation, Steve Harvey boldlyannounces Miss Universe 2015: MISS COLOMBIA!!

The crowd goes wild, Miss Philippines accepts defeat with a smile, the crown gets laid upon this year’s proud queen, and all seems right with the universe…until Harvey gets back on the mic to announce a horrific mistake: Miss Colombia was actually first runner up, meaning Miss Philippines was the real winner of the night.

The overwhelming sense of shock and pure awkward was painted on every face in the room as the ladies faced the reality of the blunder and the crowd recovered from the unthinkable mishap.

Watch their reactions as the crown gets taken from Miss Colombia, and handed over to its rightful owner:

Steve Harvey is without a doubt the most hated man in Colombia right now as Colombian citizens blast him over the web for his mistake.

BUT after all, that’s what it was: a mistake. And people make themwe all do, including the celebrities that our society holds on apedestal. The most amazing part is the grace with which every person involved handled the situation.

Harvey has profusely apologized publicly multiple times, including these statements on Twitter:

Healsopersonally apologized to Miss Philippines who took it like the crowned champ she is, as she laughed it off saying the way it all went down was “very 2015.”

And watchMiss Colombia’s gracious response to Harvey’s faux pasas she explains to her fans that “everything happens for a reason.”

Awww. So lookey there. Even after whatmany would consider the biggest blunder in live TV history, all IS still right with the universe. It’s pretty awesome to see a mistake magnifiedon an international platform handled with such poise, respect and grace.

Thoughwe often holdthe stereotypes in our heads of the cutthroat pageant princesses, there was no beauty queen throwdown here. Just a littlelove and a lotta forgiveness instead.

Talk about some ladies and gents with realclass.

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The Rolling Stones Sing About Zombies


The Rolling Stones, who played their first gig 50 years ago, have returned after a seven-year hiatus. The English rockers debuted a new single, “Doom and Gloom,” Thursday on BBC Radio 2.

A mopey lyric video accompanies the release and draws even more attention to the band’s zombie reference:

“I had a dream last night I was piloting a plane, and all the passengers were drunk and insane,” Mick Jagger belts. “I crash landed in a Louisiana swamp, shot up a horde of zombies but I come out on top.”

Zombies and exploding heads aside, “Doom and Gloom” is a track from GRRR!, the group’s forthcoming three-disc greatest hits compilation due out Nov. 12. The Rolling Stones made headlines in the tech world earlier this year when a clever 404 error message on its website surfaced.

Are you digging the band’s new tune? Does it make you want to watch The Walking Dead right now, too?

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Keira Knightley Got Mistaken For Anne Hathaway

Keira Knightley, the British actress who always plays the same character in every movie and didn't get married to Orlando Bloom like she was supposed to after Pirates of the Caribbean, has been cursed: she gets mistaken for Anne Hathaway. Like what the actual fuck? It's not like Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, they're completely different people. We're so sorry Keira, this really is an affront to your groundbreaking acting in King Arthur. Here are some key differences to help people tell them apart:

1. Hairstyles

  • Anne has a TTH, “for a role”, grown-out, pixie cut turned page boy.
  • Keira has classic mid-length waves with subtle highlights.

2. Facial Expressions

  • Anne's face is a mask of a woman who thinks she can solve world peace with a smile and horse teeth.
  • The closest Keira has ever come to smiling was a smirk after Jennifer Lawrence tripped up the stairs at the Academy Awards.

3. Fashion

  • Without her army of stylists, Anne's clothing choices seem oddly obsessed with the Cheryl Ladd collection from JC Penney. You get the feeling that Devil Wears Prada was almost her autobiography.
  • One time I saw Keira Knightley wearing army pants and flip flops, so I bought army pants and flip flops. No but seriously, this woman made the boyfriend jean a thing and is an actual model.

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The Last Words Spoken By Famous People (22+ Pics)

Knowing the last words that someone spoke can sometimes throw light on their character or on the circumstances in which they died. You can’t help but feel that some of the last words of the famous people on this list encapsulate their personas.

This list was compiled by Imgur user howsthepeeping. Do you know of any famous last words that belong on this list? We’d love to have them in this list, though we ask our readers to please keep both their comments and their submissions respectful of these people’s memories.

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Tim Tebow Just Ditched His Vacation in the Bahamas After Hearing This Devastating News

Tebow got on a plane as soon as he heard…

I don’t know about you, but it would probably take the Jaws of Life to pry me from my beach chair planted in the picturesque sands of the Bahamas.

However, Tim Tebow didn’t think twice about ditching his vacay to visit a friend in the hospital who was wounded in the Orlando mass shooting.

The former Florida Gator quarterback used to play football at Nease High School with Rodney Sumter Jr., who happened to be working as a bartender at Pulse the night of the attack.

27-year-old Sumter tried to escape as the gunman started firing, but he was shot twice in the arms and once in his back (a mere inch-and-a-half from his spine) before he was saved by another patron. A nursing student named Joshua McGill managed to flee the nightclub, but when he spotted the blood-covered Sumter behind a car, he jumped to the rescue.

McGill made a tourniquet from his shirt in order to stop Sumter’s massive bleeding long enough to get him help. As there was no ambulance available, the two rode together in the back of a cop car to get to the hospital. “‘I promise you, God’s got this. You’ll be OK,’” McGill told Sumter.

When Tebow heard what had happened, he quickly rushed to Sumter’s side to further reassure him that “God’s got this.”

Tebow and Sumter may have gone their separate ways after high school as Sumter headed to Jacksonville University to play wide receiver and Tebow made his mark in the NFL. However, a couple of national championships and a Heisman Trophy weren’t enough to make Tebow forget his roots and his old friends.

“My high school quarterback left the Bahamas to come and see me. Tebow has always been an awesome person,” Sumter shared in an Instagram post that showed him smiling next to his old pal.

My high school quarterback left the Bahamas to come and see me. Tebow has always been an awesome person.

A photo posted by Rodney Sumter (@ihollyrod) on Jun 21, 2016 at 7:43am PDT

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What These 23 Actors Did For Their Movie Role Is Almost Insane. #8 Is Unbelievable.

On the surface, the life of an actor appears to be a glamorous one. You get to live where the weather’s always beautiful in beautiful houses with beautiful people. Not bad! It’s not all just handed to you, though. There is an uglier side to being an actor, one that only lasts a little while and you get handsomely paid for, but still, especially in relation to the rest of their lives, it’s pretty ugly. This comparatively less-attractive side of the craft, of course, being getting into character. There seems to be no limit to where an actor will go physically or emotionally to become one with their character. See for yourself!

1.) Dustin Hoffman, Marathon Man

2.) Adrien Brody, The Pianist

3.) Daniel Day-Lewis, The Crucible

4.) Robert DeNiro, Taxi Driver

5.) Werner Herzog, Heart of Glass

6.) Billy Bob Thornton, Sling Blade

7.) Nicolas Cage, Ghost Rider

8.) Christian Bale, The Machinist

9.) Charlie Sheen, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

10.) Rooney Mara, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

11.) Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight

12.) Meryl Streep, Kramer vs. Kramer

13.) Nicolas Cage, Leaving Las Vegas

14.) Halle Berry, Jungle Fever

15.) Nicolas Cage, Birdy

16.) Val Kilmer, The Doors

17.) Daniel Day-Lewis, My Left Foot

18.) Supporting Cast, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Next

19.) Forest Whitaker, The Last King of Scotland

20.) Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider, The French Connection

21.) Harrison Ford, The Fugitive

22.) Steve McQueen, Le Mans

23.) Jared Leto, Chapter 27

(Source: Cracked) Wow. Some of these are even crazier than shelling out $13 for a movie ticket. You can share this post using the button below.

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‘Dark Knight’ Star Uses Tumblr to Correct GQ


Joseph Gordon-Levitt graces the cover of the August issue of GQ, but behind his smirk is bit of anger that is percolating on the actor’s Tumblr.

The Dark Knight Rises star posted Tuesday addressing a claim in the magazine’s article about how his older brother died. The actor took issue with GQ for writing that his brother Dan’s 2010 death was caused by an “alleged drug overdose.”

“Using the word ‘alleged’ technically allows the writer to say whatever she wants,” wrote Gordon-Levitt in a post titled BURNING dAN IN GQ. “The ‘allegations’ to which she must be referring were made by a handful of gossip websites. They are factually incorrect according to the coroner’s office and the police department.”

Gordon-Levitt goes on to explain that he does not like talking about his brother’s death publicly but is making an exception to address the magazine’s “irresponsible claim.” The cause of his brother’s death is not publicly known but many websites speculated that it was related to drugs.

The post garnered 3,300 notes with some Tumblr users reblogging the post adding messages of support.

Gordon-Levitt was one of the first celebrities to join Tumblr when he created a site for his online productiion company, hitRECord, in 2009.

Other celebrities have used their Tumblr accounts as platform for their personal views. Singer Lauryn Hill posted a message in June about the allegations she failed to pay taxes. Performer Frank Ocean also used his personal Tumblr in early July to reveal his first love was with a man.

This article originally published at The Daily Dot

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17 Asian Australians That Are Making Waves And Breaking Stereotypes

Because these days we’re taking more than just your medical industry jobs.

1. Adam Liaw, lawyer turned celebrity television chef


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The former lawyer shot to fame when he took out the second season of MasterChef Australia. Adam Liaw now hosts the food and travel show Destination Australia and has authored two cookbooks that are both inspired by his passion for Asian cuisine.

2. Margaret Zhang, fashion consultant and internet hottie

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Margaret Zhang of blog Shine By Three is a writer, stylist, photographer, creative director, model, and internet celebrity. She’s applied her talents to big name fashion brands and media titles — from NET-A-PORTER to Nike and Harper’s BAZAAR — and has more than 148,000 followers perving on her style habits on Instagram.

3. Priyanka Rao, furniture entrepeneur taking on IKEA

Priyanka Rao, furniture entrepeneur taking on IKEA

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Entrepreneur Priyanka Rao launched an online ‘design your own flat pack’ furniture company named Evolvex, and is co-founder along with her father Sudhindra Rao, owner of Luxmy Furniture. She’s been selected as one of Smart Company’s 30 under 30 and one of Business Review Weekly’s Top 5 Young Entrepreneurs to Watch.

4. Lawrence Leung, writer of Unbelievable comedy



Lawrence Leung is a multi-award winning comedian, documentary maker, and television writer. After writing for shows such as The Chaser’s War On Everything he was given his own television series, the A.F.I nominated Lawrence Leung’s Choose Your Own Adventure (2009) which was followed by Lawrence Leung’s Unbelievable two years later. He is currently shooting a feature film version of his debut live show Sucker.

5. Candice Chung, talented writer and fem space editor

Candice Chung, talented writer and fem space editor

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Candice Chung is the deputy editor of Australia’s largest website for women, Daily Life, as well as the author of some of the site’s most engaging pieces on being Asian Australian. Her recent Daily Life story on why Chinese parents don’t say “I love you” has been shared more than 42,000 times on Facebook.

6. Caleb Ewan, the future of Australian cycling



Rider Caleb Ewan took up cycling when he was 10, and eight years later took out Junior Male Road Cyclist of the Year. Last year he represented Australia at the 2013 Road World Championships and this year won the Under-23 Road Race Cycling Australia Road National Championships.

7. Dougy Mandagi, Temper Trap rock & roll front man

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Dougy Mandagi is the charismatic lead singer and guitarist of the indie four-piece Temper Trap. The band’s debut album, Conditions, was a global success, going gold in the U.S. Their second album, The Temper Trap, saw them pick up Best Group and Best Rock Album at the 2012 ARIAs.

8. Benjamin and Michelle Law, witty brother and sister writing duo

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Benjamin is a writer and frequent contributor to frankie magazine, The Monthly, and Good Weekend. He is the author of two books – The Family Law, which was shortlisted for Book of the Year at the Australian Book Industry Awards, and Gaysia. Award-winning screenwriter, essayist, columnist, and blogger Michelle has worked on the television adaptation of The Family Law and the documentary Suicide and Me. Together they are famed for their wicked sense of humour, as evidenced in their recent co-authored book release, Sh*t Asian Mothers Say.

9. Jane Lu, founder of a new online fashion empire

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Jane Lu is the founder of, a women’s online fashion store. She started the company from scratch in her parents’ garage, following three years working in top-tier firms Ernst & Young and KPMG, and has since grown the company to a team of 20. She has been named to Smart Company’s 30 under 30 and one of BRW’s Top 5 Young Entrepreneurs to Watch.

10. Victor Liong, taking Chinese food to new levels of sophistication



Victor Liong worked his way through some of Sydney’s top restaurants (Mark Best’s Marque, Ms G’s and Mr Wong) before moving to Melbourne last year and opening Lee Ho Fook. According to Liong, he is “cooking exciting new styles of Chinese food, showcasing Victorian produce, and inventing modern techniques while drawing from the vast genre, history and palate of Chinese cuisine, and my own culture.”

11. Marita Cheng, engineer and robotics for girls advocate

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Marita Cheng is the Founder and Executive Director of Robogals Global, which runs robotics workshops, career talks, and various other community activities to introduce young women to engineering. Robogals has grown to 18 chapters in four countries around the world, and taught more than 16,000 girls robotics. She was named the 2012 Young Australian of the Year.

12. Daniel Gulati, tech entrepreneur and global influencer

Daniel Gulati, tech entrepreneur and global influencer

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Daniel Gulati is a tech entrepreneur based in New York City. He was the Founding CEO of FashionStake, which was acquired by in 2012, and has been awarded the Robert F. Jasse Distinguished Award in Entrepreneurship & Leadership. He has published a book titled Passion & Purpose: Stories from the Best and Brightest Young Business Leaders.

13. Remy Hii, Logie nominee now chasing success in Hollywood



Remy Hii graduated from NIDA in 2011, and appeared as convicted drug smuggler Van Nguyen in the SBS miniseries Better Man. The role earned him an AACTA nomination for best Actor and a Logie nomination for Most Outstanding Newcomer. Remy is currently in rehearsals for a new U.S. television series and will make his Hollywood debut later this year.

14. James Wan, director of blockbuster movie franchises

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James Wan is a film director, producer, and screenwriter, best known for writing and directing the incredibly successful horror film Saw, and serving as executive producer for the next three installments. He is currently directing the seventh edition of the Fast & Furious movie franchise, which is due for release next year.

15. Natalie Tran, 1 million+ internet friends and counting

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Natalie Tran, also known by her YouTube username communitychannel, is a video blogger with more than 1.4 million subscribers around the world. In 2010 the Sydney Morning Herald reported that Tran was “one of just 10 independent YouTube stars around the world who made more than $US100,000 from the site in the past year.”

16. Tim Fung and Jono Lui, second life tech entrepreneurs

Tim Fung and Jono Lui, second life tech entrepreneurs

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Tim Fung and Jono Lui are entrepreneurs and co-founders of Airtasker, an online community site for outsourcing tasks and local services. Fung left his life in investment banking and Lui as an IT Executive and DJ (yup!) to start Airtasker, which was preceded by a few months of planning, designing, and coding (mostly in Lui’s living room).

17. Dami Im, popstar with The X Factor

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Singer Dami Im became known to Australian audiences after her run on last year’s season of The X Factor. Following mentorship from popstar Dannii Minogue, Im’s single “Alive” hit #1 on the ARIA awards, and she has since released her self-titled debut album.

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Celebrities Get ‘Malarious’ With CollegeHumor to Save Lives


CollegeHumor and Malaria No More have teamed up with more than 30 celebrities for one important cause: to end all malaria-related deaths in Africa by 2015.

That’s Malaria No More‘s main goal, and by making a small contribution to the non-profit, you can watch an online collection of 24 videos, dubbed Malarious, that features your favorite celebrities doing hysterical things on CollegeHumor. Nick Offerman recites a slam poem about bacon, Rainn Wilson debates the verity of “inspirational” Facebook statuses, Ellie Kemper tries her best to criticize puppies — and hilarity ensues.

The collection was filmed throughout the summer, and it launched Monday for World Mosquito Day, which spreads awareness about the state of malaria each year.

“CollegeHumor is known for making outrageous and funny videos, but this is the first time we’ve done something like this, and on this scale, exclusively for charity,” Sam Reich, president of original content at CollegeHumor Media, told Mashable. “We’ve only begun experimenting with pay models in the last year, and this was an opportunity for us to put all of our strengths to the test, and for a good cause.”

According to Malaria No More, the blood disease killed 655,000 people in 2010. The majority of those infected are children younger than five and 91% of malaria-related deaths occur in Africa. If drugs are not available, or the parasites that transmit malaria are resistant to them, the infection can lead to coma, life-threatening anemia and death.

Martin Edlund, chief marketing officer at Malaria No More, said that the non-profit’s team brainstormed for a collaborative project at the CollegeHumor offices a year ago. When he told Reich and co-founder Ricky Van Veen that a child dies from malaria every 60 seconds, they began riffing on all the ridiculous things people can do in one minute. That’s how Malarious came to be.

“Malaria No More is always looking for new and surprising ways to engage the public, and we’ve found that laughter is a great entry point to learning about this deadly, serious cause,” Edlund told Mashable. “We’re huge fans of CollegeHumor; they share our sense of experimentation, and they have hearts as big as their funny bones.”

With a minimum donation of $1, you can access the video collection by entering the amount you wish to donate and clicking “Buy” on the Malarious page. Each contribution will provide a child with a life-saving treatment for malaria.

Social Good Summit Information

The Social Good Summit is where big ideas meet new media to create innovative solutions. Held during UN Week, the Social Good Summit unites a dynamic community of global leaders to discuss a big idea: the power of innovative thinking and technology to solve our greatest challenges.

Date: Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012, through Monday, Sept. 24, 2012
Time: 1:00-5:00 p.m. and 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. each day
Location: 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Ave., New York, NY
Tickets: $50 per day or $130 for three-day pass.

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Press: Press credentials will be given to press and bloggers from around the world for all Social Good Summit sessions and the Digital Media Lounge (DML). The DML is a fully wired work space at 92Y to report out of, network with fellow members of the media, and self-organize interviews and exclusive content from Social Good Summit sessions. The DML will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sept. 22-24. To apply, please fill in the form here.

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