Danny Bonaduce and other celebrities at one time were homeless Front Row: Jay-Lo, Carrey, Stallone Back Row: Shania Twain, Hillary Swank, Halle Berry, William Shatner, David Letterman, Dr. Phil and Danny Bonaduce Member reactions:
Great chop, and very informative too - I did not know these celebs were homeless once.
I should have guessed there would be more to enjoy. Another great chop.
Celebrities David Letterman, Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Ellen Degeneres crashed the Freaking News 9th Birthday party...disguised as "Disasterman," "Salis," "pcrdds" and "deaddog." They almost had us fooled. Member reactions:
can't stop laughing at this one ... now you know why most people get confused between me and my buddy brad ...
All FN Stars were born today... and they were having fun to cut the freaking cake lovely job done looks funny and cute.... Lovely Cake and the floor with the FN logo is amazing
Wadda party. Familiar faces, yay. Would love to taste that red cake. (not made of borscht I hope.)
Thanks, everyone. Yes, indeed...it IS a BORSCHT cake.
Freaking brilliant This chop I can say is a Gift to FN.... So where was the party held
Thanks, eric. Thanks, Young Mr. S. I'll do that.
All the members should go to the freaky party Great job, Paul congrats for the gold.
Thanks, Lady Sunshin3. Merci, Mme BOULPIX.
Congrats Paul, you're on a roll... cheers.
Congrats on the gold, Paul. As a bonus you get to host the next FN's party - 10 years' birthday.
Thanks, Mr. F. Thanks, Bob. Thanks, Newsy. Sure, I'll host it, but you have to show up.
Former Baseball player Jose Canseco sends his twin brother to box for him in a Celebrity Boxing Match Jose Canseco is a former star Major League Baseball player who admitted to using Steroids and wrote a book about it. He exposed a lot of other players as well in the book. His twin brother, Ozzie, was never very good as a Major League baseball player. Member reactions:
Excellent.....a lot of great work in this contest.
Brotherly love-eh. Probably gave him a shot before the match. Nice work.
Thanks, geriatric. You might be right about giving him a shot before the match.
Oh, man, he really did it. Poor twin, hahaha. Great chopping. Thanks for the interesting news too.
Latest research findings show that the Homo sapiens interbred with the Neanderthals about 54,000 years ago, and as a result modern humans carry about 2 to 4% of the Neanderthal DNA. According to another recent study, the fraction of the Neanderthal DNA in modern humans is actually as high as 20%.
Lets show what celebrities and politicians could be carrying a bit more Neanderthal DNA than the rest of us. Many thanks to opcrom for the themepost.
October 26, 2014 is the 133rd birthday of Pablo Picasso - one of the leading artists in history - most famous for co-founding the Cubist movement. Picasso was a big fan of distortion of reality when it came to portraits. He was often told by people whose portraits he painted that they showed little resemblance to the original. Picasso would always reply "Just wait, in 10 years there will be more resemblance".
Photoshop celebrities and politicians the way Pablo Picasso would depict them if he used the power of photoshop to create his works, rather than paint and brushes. Please use celebrity photos as source images, rather than paintings. Feel free to give your celebrities the famous Picasso cubist style (see one quick example), or his other styles like in example 2, and example 3.
Please don't forget to include celebrity names in your entries.
Many thanks to opcrom for the themepost.
Recently we run the Celebrities with Shark Mouths contest. Today, as we are getting closer to Halloween, we are going to try something similar and possibly scarier.
Photoshop dog mouths onto celebrity faces. You can also blend dog noses in addition to mouths (though it's not required). Profile photos may work best for blending in this contest, as in the themepost by
Don't forget to include celebrity names in your entry titles.
23 year old US journalist Esther Honig used Fiverr to hire photoshoppers from different countries to make her beautiful by their country standards. She collected over 40 chops, paying from $5 to $30 per chop. As we can see from the results, the beauty standards differ quite a bit from country to country.
Take any celebrities and show how their looks would change if they were born and raised in a different nation / country. Feel free to change their face features as well as haircuts, clothing, and add any national accessories.
Many thanks to IcyAllEyeCan for the contest suggestion, and to KeepItReal for the themepost.
When we think about dinosaurs, the first visual image that comes to mind is likely Tyrannosaurus rex (T-Rex). One reason for such "popularity" is that T-Rex was one of most powerful predators that ever roamed the Earth - it could eat up to 500 pounds (230 kilograms) of meat in one bite, and was up to 20 feet tall (6 m). They really ruled this planet, at least on the shore, thus the name "Rex" meaning "king" in Latin. The second reason why we associate dinosaurs mostly with T-Rex, is that the Rex has a very distinct "disproportional anatomy" like no other animal - massive tail followed by the powerful legs and feet, short torso, weak tiny arms, and a huge head. So today, we've been thinking, what if human bodies were designed with the T-Rex proportions in mind?
Take any celebrities and turn them into T-Rexes using the following procedure (please refer to the themepost for a quick example): Make the arms smaller and the torso shorter; increase the waist and make the legs really massive without making them longer; enlarge the feet; keep the head and the neck sizes (enlarging the head would ruin the photo realism as it will start to look like a caricature, so we especially ask you to refrain from caricatures in this contest). Please don't blend celebrities with any animal parts - ideally you should be able to T-Rex each celebrity using just one source photo. Here's a side by side comparison of the themepost to the original photo. Good luck! Please don't forget to include celebrity names in your entry titles.
Apologies from Newsy for the "quick and dirty" job on the themepost - I did it just to provide an example. A quick afterthought here - is it just me, or the 'shopped image of Tom Cruise somehow seems more natural (the way we know the guy) than the original photo on the left which now seems 'shopped in comparison?. I wonder if Kim Karadashian T-Rex will seem more natural than the shopped photos of herself she's been putting on Instagram.