Five members of a tiny twink army, known to most as One Direction, were on The Late Show With David Letterman last night. They were pretty humble, albeit kind of boring, during their sit down with Dave. But the show's most exciting moment was their entrance when fellow guest Dustin Hoffman accompanied them to the stage. Left with nowhere to sit, Hoffman sat on the lap of 1D's Niall Horan.
Here's the new video for disco-kissed pop duo Kisses' wonderfully airy cover of Robert Palmer's new-wave classic "Johnny and Mary," filmed on tour in Rio. The L.A. band is finishing up a new album, featuring production by Tim Larcombe and St. Etienne's Pete Wiggs; till then, you can listen to the first single, "Funny Heartbeat," here.
It's too bad the world is going to end next year, because sometimes it seems like it might actually be kind of okay: this is a video of Petty Officer 2nd Class Marissa Gaeta, chosen by raffle to receive the ritual first homecoming kiss, greeting her fiancée Citlalic Snell on the pier—the first same-sex homecoming kiss in Navy history. The couple met in boot camp and kept their relationship secret until the September repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell. "It's nice to be able to be myself," says Gaeta. [Virginian-Pilot]
Wondering how you will kiss your significant other in the future? Well, you, specifically, will be alone for the rest of your life, but the rest of us will be frenching non-stop over the internet via this little gadget.