Did you know that comedian Grace Helbig is a correspondent now for G4's Attack of the Show? Did you know that she interviewed the guys from The Lonely Island (aka Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone from Saturday Night Live) about their new CD this week?
OK. Enough with The Lonely Island. You've already decided to buy their new CD, because they've had the most popular comedy CD of the past couple of years.
How about more about Grace...
Did you know that you can see Grace Helbig improvise with her house team Borealis most Wednesdays for free at The PIT in New York City? Hey, today is Wednesday! OK, back to the did you knows. Did you know that she also produces a weekday vlog for My Damn Channel called Daily Grace? If you want even more, did you know that she's one half of the entertaining duo GraceNMichelle? Now you know.
Ever wonder about the people you see in late-night TV talk-show sketches? Who are they? Where do they come from? What's it like? Do you get to hang out in the green room?
Comedian Grace Helbig, who performs Wednesdays with improv house team Borealis at The PIT in New York City, vlogs regularly for My Damn Channel and also with comedy partner Michelle Vargas as Grace N' Michelle, reviewed her day yesterday, in which she got to appear in a bit for Late Show with David Letterman. She tells you all about it.
One of the most popular Super Bowl ads last night was Google's spot that already had more than a million YouTube views before Sunday, in which an unidentified man enters a series of search queries involving trips to France and a French girl he meets, woos, weds and becomes a parent with in the end. Reverse spoiler alert! Google's own CEO, Eric Schmidt, was gushing about it yesterday. Did you not see the clip yet? See it now:
Perhaps you're wondering whom the Googler was Googling? Before Paul McCartney can sing, "Michelle, ma belle," I can tell you that it's the darling young Michelle Vargas, whom I met last year at a My Damn Channel party -- Vargas teams up with her comedy partner Grace Helbig for regular vlogs on My Damn Channel as well as YouTube as GraceNMichelle. Michelle wrote yesterday about her experience:
"I also say “allo?” and I giggle a lot. It’s all very subtle, but if you listen closely you can tell it’s me! I swearz!!! The commercial was done by some good friends of mine...I did voiceover as a favor to them, because the first recording they had didn’t sound right to them. I didn’t get paid, initially, but apparently I’m going to now! Wee!!!"
And as she told me today, they're also planning a live show on Valentine's Day this coming Sunday at The PIT in NYC. It's called Two Girls, One CUPid. Get tickets here.
Here's their first My Damn Channel vlog as GraceNMichelle back from December 2008:
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