Jessica Lowndes and Jon Lovitz pulled off the best April Fools' prank we've seen in a while. Lowndes and Lovitz fooled the entire Internet world into thinking they were engaged with a series of social media posts. Some of the posts included a massive engagement ring, a video of Lowndes in bed with Lovitz's voice in the background, an older man's hand on Lowndes' thigh, etc. Every single post had a thought-out, suggestive caption that caused everyone to go into an immediate frenzy.
Lowndes put the rumors to rest with an Instagram video, in which she asks, "I know it's still the last week of March, but is it too early to say April Fools'?" She spoke with Entertainment Weekly about the epic prank, which was to promote her (real) music career. "I was shocked by the people in my life who believed me and were congratulating me. I thought people were going to know it was a joke but no one did," she revealed. The inspiration behind the whole thing? "Last year on April Fools’ Day it leaked that I was doing the Lifetime movie with Will Ferrell (A Deadly Adoption) and so this year I wanted to do an April Fools’ joke of my own a few days early."
Well, she certainly fooled, uh, everyone.
If you've ever wondered what your cat would look like with hair, now you can! EVINE Live, a digital retailer, released a brand new line called Whiskers-n-Wigs. They even made an entire (fake) infomercial!
ASOS announced they opened a wedding chapel. "Are you planning a wedding?" the Instagram caption read. "Are you an ASOS fangirl? We’re super excited to announce we’ve opened an ASOS wedding chapel!"
They followed it up with, "*** OK, you got us... This was an #AprilFool! Sorry to the alarming numbers of you that wanted it to be true. You can still shop Bridal for real in our bio. No lies."
Designer Stella McCartney fooled fans with a typical prank: dying her hair. "Blonde hair, don’t care! @InezandVinoodh… #AprilFools? X Stella," she captioned the pic.
On Air with Ryan Seacrest teased the revival of Lizzie McGuire. We wish this wasn't an April Fools' joke but it unfortunately is. "After spending 12 years off the air, Disney Channel will revive their early 2000s hit comedy series Lizzie McGuire," the website read. "Steven Spielberg will helm the 8-episode series, set for release this summer."
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Netflix celebrated April Fools' Day by announcing a new John Stamos documentary. They even filmed a trailer for the doc, titled John Stamos: A Human, Being, which pokes fun at his ego.