I don’t care what you say, NOBODY could help themselves from singing along to the highly infectious Carly Rae Jepsen track, “Call Me Maybe.” And you probably thought you’d have fun with that track while it lasted and forget it ever happened. Well, here’s a new song from the 26-year-old (who else thought she was in high school?) called “Good Time.” In the track, she collaborates with Owl City, and fair warning, decide if you want to click “play” now, because this action cannot be undone.
What do you think of the new track?
I love Spotify. In fact, I love it so much, I have a premium subscription. And whenever I find new music that I love, I like sharing it with everyone. Here’s a link to Justin Bieber’s new CD, “Believe,” now available on Spotify!
Click here to listen to “Believe” on Spotify!
Katy Perry’s performance for “Wide Awake” during this year’s Billboard Music Awards received less than stellar reviews, so hopefully this new music video makes up for that!
What do you think of the video?
Word on the street is that the Spice Girls could be coming out with a documentary soon. The Huffington Post gives details on what the documentary would be about.
Unlike the abysmal “Spice World – The Movie”, the film intends to be a warts and all look at the Spice Girls rise to fame.
Interviews with each Spice Girl would also be a part of the documentary.
Of course, there’s one major caveat to the deal. It all hinges on whether Victoria Beckham, the fashion designer formally known as Posh Spice, wants to play ball.
And yes, you read that last part correctly. Victoria Beckham, also known as Posh Spice, is the only one who hasn’t approved this documentary. Apparently, she tried to prevent a documentary from airing on TV in the past. As a fan of the Spice Girls, I hope this documentary becomes a reality!
Would you watch this documentary?
via The Huffington Post
It’s always interesting to see musical artists covering other musical artists, so it was pretty cool to see Usher cover Foster the People. Listen as Usher sings “Pumped Up Kicks.”
via The Huffington Post
It’s still Father’s Day on the West Coast, and luckily I found this just in time. Check out a couple of my favorite fathers…other than my own of course =]
Are you in love with them as much as I am?
Wanna see the aftermath of the alleged brawl between Drake and Chris Brown? Yeah, neither did I, but curiosity kills the cat! Posted on The Huffington Post, these pictures give you an idea of how intense the fight was, and how it started.
The fight is said to have started after Drake returned a bottle of champagne that Chris Brown had sent over to his rival’s table with a note referring to his ex, Rihanna that apparently read: “I’m f****** the love of your life, deal with it’.
The pair then allegedly squared up to each other, fists flew and then “all hell broke loose”.
A source told the New York Post: “They were on opposite sides of the room, Drake went over to the middle of the club to talk to someone, then words were exchanged with Chris and his entourage.”
The source said someone from Drake’s entourage then threw a bottle.
“Once the bottle was thrown, all hell broke loose and there were more bottles thrown,”the source said.
What do you think of the showdown between the two artists?
via The Huffington Post
Since so many people liked my last post featuring hot new stills from the upcoming male stripper movie Magic Mike, I thought I’d share a video I recently found. In case you didn’t know, the men of Magic Mike were featured in Entertainment Weekly magazine, and they took some photos for that piece. Well, here is the behind-the-scenes footage for you to enjoy.
When I was younger, I didn’t really care for boxing. But of course, what gets people into something more than national pride? When Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao came onto the boxing scene, I couldn’t get enough of it. We would have family viewing parties of each fight, which usually consisted of my male family members throwing punches in the air while grunting at the screen, and my female family members shrieking and nearly fainting.
I couldn’t watch last night’s fight between Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley Jr., but I did hear a lot about it on Twitter. From what I heard, people said that Pacquiao didn’t deserve to lose, and that the match was rigged to encourage a rematch (which of course, means more money to be made). What’s even worse, people were putting out the hashtag #RIPBoxing, claiming that boxing as a sport is officially dead.
Thanks to Buzzfeed, a series of photos have been released, which chronicle the controversial fight. Check them out below!
Check out Buzzfeed for commentary and the rest of the pictures. What did you think of the fight?
#PrayForGaga was trending earlier today, apparently due to the fact that Lady Gaga got hit on the head with a pole during a performance. She was singing her song “Judas” at her Auckland stop on her Born This Way Ball Tour, when a male dancer moved a pole off stage, bringing it down on Gaga’s head. In the video, the singer skipped a word after being hit and reached up to feel her injury, but continued to sing while walking off stage.
Fans have been reporting that she suffered a mild concussion from the injury, but she continued with the rest of the show despite her condition. The #PrayForGaga trend was met with lots of concern from fans, as well as people who downplayed the injury, placing “more important” issues worthy of prayer above Gaga’s support.