Jade Jolie on WOW Shopping Network

WOWSN Jade Jolie

Your favorite rainbow unicorn from season 5 of RuPaul's Drag Race Jade Jolie is on this week's episode of WOW Shopping Network. ... Watch Now

London Art 1: Christie’s Makes Some Big Sales

Damien Hirst with Mickey (2012)

Powered by a runaway Francis Bacon portrait, Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary evening sale—the last of the London season—surged to $206,158,720. Thursday’s auction started with the sale for charity of Damien Hirst’s personally donated “Mickey” from 2012, a spot painting in household gloss on canvas that depicts an abstracted version of the ... See the Rest

Mickey Mouse (and Friends) in Stayin’ Cool

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A new animation from Disney Shorts. (via laughingsquid) ... See the Rest

Mickey’s Wild Ride

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Eli No Lie: Eli Manning Actually DID Go to Disney World

Eli and Mickey

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Pulp Fiction Dubbed by Disney Characters

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Nick, Mickey, Joe, Minnie, and the other one wish you a merry christmas

After Nick's disastrous solo performance at the Grammy nominations show, he is safely back with his brothers and the protective warmth of the Disney corporation. The brothers put on "quite the holiday show" according to Splash news, in front of Cinderella's Magic Castle. Oddly enough, they chose this time to debut their new single, "Summertime ... See the Rest

Celebrity Feud of the week: Charles Bukowski vs. Mickey Mouse

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Forget Kanye vs Taylor Swift, and Joe Wilson vs Obama. The truly great grudge match to watch is between author Charles Bukowski and Mickey Mouse! Apparently the great Gutter Oracle DESPISED Mickey Mouse. Something to do with those three-fingers. In this mini-documentary, the New York Quarterly's William Packard is quoted as saying: "What would ... See the Rest