Benedict Cumberbatch stars as all the British celebrities.
The girls are reunited, giving us the opportunity to ask some pressing questions.
Her awkward bouncing to Jeremih's "Don't Tell 'Em" is you, every time you're white girl wasted.
You could do what I did when I had my halfway-through-college-and-desperately-need-to-rebel moment and get an actual tattoo that you'll regret almost immediately... or you could invest in flash tats.
Kim can take as many oiled-up booty photos as she wants.
You do you Taylor. Literally.
If you're planning a trip for Mardi Gras that's a million years (and miles) away, or you feel like escaping to somewhere more southern as the temperatures drop drastically, this is the playlist you need.
Christmas is here. And you need to accept it.
Before running a fashion empire, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen spent their time making embarrassing straight-to-VHS movies -- and you collected all of them.
Glee does not have the monopoly on impressive musical numbers.
Ryan Gosling earrings guarantee that he'll whisper sweet nothings in your ear all evening.
Required web reading for women in their twenties.
If "Titanium" is your favorite break-up ballad to get you back in the saddle, this duet will give you all the goosebumps.
Maybe your favorite childhood books weren't as innocent as you thought they were.
It's no secret that everyone is talking about Kylie Jenner's look.
When it comes to this music video, I can't even.
It doesn't need to be happily ever after.
Honesty is definitely the best policy.
A call to action for men to stand up against sexism.
What makes your mom more nervous about your 20s, Lifetime movies or Girls?
Because asking them to stop politely isn't going to work.
I've always said that colleges should work on offering classes that are actually useful in the real world.
YA examines issues in both serious and darkly comic novels, through pictures and verse and collections of texts and e-mails.
Taylor Swift finally comes forward as the absolute crazy pants she's always been.