What's going viral? Who's been the top trending topic on Twitter? And what are the news stories that had us obsessed today? There's plenty of can't-miss stuff out there beyond our Bravoverse. And every day, we're rounding up all the must-see stories, Tweets, Instagrams, YouTubes, Vines, and more in one handy place. Enjoy!
Justin Timberlake Wants You to Buy Tequila
It's a Cinco de Mayo miracle! This isn't the first time Timberlake has left music behind for acting—but it's the first time he's done it as a lime... with a New York accent. Timberlake gets into character as a piece of citrus named Rick "Sour" Vane in a new add for Sauza 901 tequila. (Timberlake has a stake in the brand.) The clip is meant to be a faux documentary about how limes were hurt by the release of Sauza 901, but really it's just a bizarre form of viral marketing because, quite frankly, we never thought we'd see Timberlake tearing up in full lime costume.
Jimmy Fallon and Jack Black Go to the Extreme!
There are no words for this video created by Jimmy Fallon and Jack Black. The comedians teamed up to put their funny spin on the black-and-white visual for Extreme's 1991 power ballad, "More Than Words." The guys didn't just cover or even pay homage to the video, but they made a shot-for-shot remake of the video. And, yes, that's even the guys actually singing the track. But really we can't stop looking at those amazing wigs.
Obama and Letterman: Ready to Retire?
With President Obama in the final stretch of his second presidential term and legendary late-night host David Letterman ending his run on May 20, the two fellas sat down together to imagine their upcoming retirements. And, as it turns out, they'd like to spend more time together—maybe hang out and play some dominoes. But that's not all. POTUS would love to meet up and get a cup of joe with Letterman. “We could, you know, go to the local Starbucks and swap stories,” he says. Maybe they just want to head to the coffee shop to use their free wi-fi once they don't have offices to go to?
Ryan Gosling's Touching Tribute
Ryan Gosling has once again won our hearts with this personal tribute to the Vine star, Ryan McHenry, who created the "Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal" meme. The internet sensation passed away at the age of 27 after a battle with cancer. And to pay homage to him, Ryan posted a vine in which he finally eats his cereal. Excuse us while we go and get some tissues.