The show with hot questions and even hotter wings. Watch Sean interview celebrities such as T.J. Miller, Tommy Chong, and DJ Khaled as they burn their tastebuds.
Sean Evans and Chili Klaus have joined forces to eat the world's hottest pepper, the Carolina Reaper, not once but twice in their storied history. So you knew that when the Danish thrill-seeker finally stepped into the Hot Ones terror-dome, we couldn't serve him the normal wings of death. Instead, we teamed up with our chili guru Noah Chaimberg to lace the poultry with pure, unadulterated pepper mash from some of the hottest chilies in the world, including the Chocolate Bhutlah (2 million Scoville) and Caramel Reaper. Will the insane duo survive a dab of "Reaper Blood," or will this be the end of the road for Sean and Klaus? Find out in this explosive end-of-year Hot Ones special.
Jack Harlow is a Grammy-nominated rapper and founder of the music collective Private Garden. Check out his debut studio album, “That’s What They All Say,” which is certified GOLD and available now. For the Season 15 premiere, he fulfills his teenage dream of sitting across from Sean Evans IN THE STUDIO and taking on the wings of death. Along the way, Harlow discusses his Louisville roots, his love of ranch, and the art of the ad-lib.
Kamaru Usman is one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the UFC—a dominant and reigning Welterweight Champion who has defended that title on four straight occasions. But how is he with spicy wings? Find out as the "Nigerian Nightmare" tries to put the wings of death in a chokehold while discussing fellow fighters like Francis Ngannou, breaking down the secrets of "sweet spots," and explaining the global appeal of Burna Boy.
Quavo is a rapper, songwriter, and record producer you know as one-third of the rap group Migos. The latest single, "Straightenin," is out now with the group's upcoming fourth studio album Culture III set to release on June 11th. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as Quavo follows in the footsteps of Offset and attempts to scale the heights of Mount Scoville, discussing everything from Jeff Goldblum fits, to studio sessions with DJ Khaled, to partying with Elon Musk along the way.
Hot Ones is back, and it's hotter than ever. In the Season 5 premiere, actress Taraji P. Henson—whose roles include bad-b*tch extraordinaire Cookie Lyon on Empire—becomes the first brave celebrity to battle the all-new wings of death. But not everything goes according to plan: After breaking down her Mary J. Blige–approved chili recipe and explaining what Cookie would make of Cardi B, Taraji pulls one of the most unorthodox moves in Hot Ones history, calling in some extra muscle—and a little whiskey—to tame the rising flames.
In the Hot Ones season 1 finale, the "We the Best" hitmaker brings his take-no-Ls mentality to the wildest wings challenge on the Internet.Watch Now:iTunes
Vanessa Hudgens is a multi-hyphenate megastar known for her High School Musical smashes, roles in cult movies like Spring Breakers, and growing list of Broadway appearances. This holiday season you can catch her starring alongside Jennifer Lopez in Second Act, which is set to hit theaters December 21st. But how is she with spicy food? Find out as Hudgens battles the wings of death and takes on Sean Evans' barrage of questions. Along the way, she talks about working with James Franco and 50 Cent, breaks down iconic powersuits, and explains the danger of the tween fan mom.
Offset—one-third of hip-hop's hottest group, Migos—is a Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling artist with a brand-new album, Father of Four, out now. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the Atlanta rapper trades in his usual lemon-pepper flats for the infamous wings of death. As he ducks and weaves through the barrage of heavyweight hot sauces, Offset breaks down his cereal obsession, explains how Ellen helped him buy a new Bentley truck, and unleashes some iconic ad libs.
Chelsea Handler is one of the world's most successful TV hosts, a writer, producer, actress, and New York Times best-selling author many times over. Her latest book, Life Will Be the Death of Me...and You Too!, is set to release on April 9th followed by a 22 date comedy tour. But how is she with spicy food? Find out as Handler battles the wings of death with Sean Evans and discusses skiing, dogs, thirst traps, 50 Cent, HR blunders, and so much more.
You might not recognize DJ Snake walking down the street, but as soon as you hear his discography, the light bulbs go off. From "Turn Down For What" to Justin Bieber's "Let Me Love You," the French super-producer doesn't just make hits—he makes global smashes that dominate speakers everywhere from the Coachella mainstage to the bar-mitzvah dance floor. Watch him test his North African spice tolerance against the wings of death, while Sean Evans grills him on everything from DJ beef, to why he hates his stage name.
Joel Embiid is an NBA All Star, a fan favorite in Philadelphia, and proud owner of some of the most savage Twitter fingers in professional sports. But how is he with hot food? Find out as the 76ers big man follows in the path of Kevin Love and Kevin Durant to become the third hoops star to take on the wings of death. As he tries to swat off the Scovilles, Embiid talks about Meek Mill's return to Philly during the Playoffs, meeting Michael Jordan, and why he loves dunking on Average Joes on the playground. Trust the Process!
Artie Lange is a titan of the standup stage, a notorious alum of The Howard Stern Show, and a star of HBO's "Crashing." But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the comedy legend battles through Zombie Apocalypse and Da' Bomb, cracking jokes about everything from Kanye West to overzealous touchdown dances along the way.Watch Now:iTunes
The Berlin Station star, singer, style maven, and Snapchat Queen braves the wings of death in this high-octane episode. As she goes sauce for sauce with Sean Evans, Keke dishes on everything from the correct way to meme her face, to the enduring legacy of Moesha. THE GAG IS...the questions are hot, and the wings are even hotter.
In this episode of Hot Ones, Riff Raff—a.k.a. Jody Highroller, a.k.a. Neon Icon, a.k.a. Versace Python—comes through in his finest Peach Panther garments to bring a touch of class to the Internet's most infamous wing challenge. Watch as he and Sean Evans tackle 10 increasingly spicy sauces in the ultimate battle of wits and wills.Watch Now:iTunes
The Jersey City emcee may be stirring up headlines these days with his string of Drake disses, but let's be real: We've always wanted to get Joe into the hot seat. The hip-hop rabble-rouser proves that whether it's a hot-sauce duel or a rap battle, he never backs down.
The New England Patriots tight-end has taken on the toughest defenses in the NFL, won a Super Bowl, and made four Pro Bowls—but none of that can prepare him for the pain of some of the most brutal hot sauces on the planet. Watch Gronk battle through the heat and spike the most intense wing of the bunch.
Detroit rapper Danny Brown is one of the most requested guests by Hot Ones fans. And guess what? You guys were onto something. The energetic MC is a hilarious, highly combustible match for the wings of death. In between painful fits of laughter, he manages to share some top-shelf anecdotes about the Gathering of the Juggalos, 50 Cent's fashion tips, and his beloved cats.Watch Now:iTunes
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love may be cruising through the NBA Playoffs, but can he cruise through the Hot Ones wings of death? Find out as Sean Evans grills the Eastern Conference All-Star on everything from LeBron James bro hugs, to growing up in Lake Oswego with Klay Thompson.
Wiz Khalifa is a platinum-selling rapper with a new album, Rolling Papers II, out now and The Dazed and Blazed Tour coming to a city near you. But how is he with hot food? Find out as the O.G. smoker tries to avoid blowing his high on the wings of death. As he and Sean Evans crank up the heat, Wiz breaks down his weed Olympics with Snoop Dogg, discusses his love for the Diplomats, and explains why Pittsburgh's Primanti Bros. still holds the crown for most innovative sandwich in America.
"Last week, Kevin Durant invited Sean Evans to the YouTube Space in L.A. for a special livestream featuring some of his favorite YT creators. For those who missed it or want to relive the action, here's our version of the Hot Ones interview—now with more bomb drops! As he marches through the wings of death, KD opens up about his rap dreams, Twitter clapbacks, and the one NBA player he'll never take style advise from."
At age 26, Compton rapper YG has already released two classic albums, My Krazy Life and Still Brazy. Seems like as good a time as any to eat some ridiculously hot nuggets for the Internet. Watch the West Coast hip-hop icon crush Scovilles while discussing his most controversial tracks, his love of Toms, and the best chain pizzas.
You asked for him, and now he's here: Mr. Wonderful in the Hot Ones studio. The host of Viceland's "F**k That's Delicious" smokes and drinks his way through the Scoville onslaught, tackling questions about everything from on-stage body slams to legendary TV chefs along the way. And don't worry: There's a Big Body Bes cameo, just as you knew there would be.
Happy Thanksgiving, Hot Ones fans! Last year, Rachael Ray gave us a Turkey Day spectacle for the ages when she mainlined all 10 hot sauces straight off a spoon. Can celeb-chef-in-arms Mario Batali live up to the powerful precedent, or will he melt down in front of the wings of death? Find out as Molto Mario steps into the holiday-themed Hot Ones terror-dome, breaking down his new Yeezy obsession and offering a recipe for the ultimate Thanksgiving-leftover sandwich as the Scovilles rise.Watch Now:iTunes