Miley Cyrus‘ new video for “We Can’t Stop” is full of “is this changing my image yet?” sights, including the dance move all the kids are suddenly doing: “twerking.” Here’s Miley doing it (center, in white) surrounded by lots of black women, for
scenery street cred. (There’s a debate going on right now fueled by Jezebel about whether or not Miley is appropriating “rachet culture” and is “accessorizing with black people” but that’s not something I’m getting into here.)
Loving your new video for #WeCantStop @MileyCyrus! Maybe you can teach me how to twerk sometime LOL ;) xo
“LOL”, a winkey-faced emoticon, and an “xo”? Someone’s really serious here!
As for Miley twitter updates, she’s about to make some paparazzo’s life a living hell by tweeting earlier,
If you see this douche RAM HIM. #fuckpaps pic.twitter.com/2H3VVdtRzd
That link is a photo of said paparazzo’s car, license plate and all. This could be a HUGE clusterf-ck.
June 23, 2013 at 4:00 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Britney Spears has a smurfy new song for the new Smurfs movie that’s kind of a big load of smurf. But she may not have dropped this load of smurf all by herself. Lots of people have pointed out that Ms. Spears’ song, “Ooh La La” sounds a lot like Madonna‘s song “Superstar”, from her 2012 album MDNA. People are probably only noticing this just now because no one bought Madonna’s album, let’s be real. Madonna wrote and produced “Superstar”, along with ardy “Indigo” Muanza and Michael Malih.
“Ooh La La” came out in June of this year for the Smurfs 2 soundtrack. This load of smurf took 7 people to write (Bonnie McKee, J. Kash, Lola Blanc, Fransisca Hall, Lukasz Gottwald, Henry Walter, Joshua Coleman) and 3 to produce (Dr. Luke, Cirkut, Ammo) and in the end, it does sound pretty similar to Madonna’s “Superstar”.
What do you think?
June 17, 2013 at 4:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
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Bikini season is upon us. ‘Tis the time of year where we get to see “BEST AND WORST BIKINI BODS OF 2013″ splashed all over celeb magazines, along with hints of “HERE ARE 100 PEOPLE HOTTER THAN YOU ARE, F-CK YOU!” So let’s get it over with and take the wind out of our sails with this post of celebrities in bikinis and get to the inevitable who looks fat and who doesn’t and let’s cry into our pizza. Our delicious f-cking pizza. I think all these ladies look great, although I doubt some of their bikini choices, simply because some of these are ugly.
June 4, 2013 at 4:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Britney Spears is headed to Las Vegas, and I told y’all. She talked about how psyched she is about it in Shape magazine (source: I read Shape magazine on airplanes) but people are having doubts that she can handle such a major commitment. From Metro:
The Oops!… I Did It Again star is reportedly preparing for a string of shows at Planet Hollywood Resort and at a casino in Sin City.
But concerns are growing from within Brit’s camp that she won’t be able to handle the pressures of delivering a knock out show day after day.
‘There is little chance that she can actually do this,’ a source close to the star told Fox News’ FOX411 team.
‘The stress of a daily public appearance and the physical nature of a show could overwhelm her for sure.’
Friends and family would have reason to be anxious for Spears after she suffered a very public breakdown in 2008 and her mental health could crumble again.
‘As the show comes closer, she may start to fall apart. It’s definitely a concern,’ the source added.
First of all, no one even MENTIONED the delicious buffet in Planet Hollywood, and that’s definitely a major concern for me. But that’s neither here nor there. I can understand why “Brit’s camp” would be concerned about these shows, but Brit’s been under conservatorship for quite some time now and there’s no way she could have signed off on this on her own, so clearly someone thinks she’s ready. It’s a huge commitment ut I think it will be the best thing for her. She’ll have a regular job, everything scheduled, no surprises, a huge support team, and she’ll be doing what she loves to do most.
Positive thoughts, people. I really, really want to see Britney in Vegas because the buffet!!!
May 26, 2013 at 10:38 am by Catherine St. Ives
Listen, Britney Spears has two young sons, so it makes sense that she’d want to get cool mom cred by doing a song for an animated film. While I’m not sure The Smurfs hold any cool points past 1992, BritBrit has released ‘Ooh La La’, which will appear on the Smurfs 2 soundtrack. First of all, why is there a Smurfs 2? Why was there a Smurfs 1 (so to speak) to begin with?
The song is absolutely horrendous, I have to say. The vocal effects on this make it seem like something out of a weird Japanese nightmare and it’s just all wrong. The chorus finds Britney – or a pack of computerized robots, who can say?) – imploring, “Baby come with me and be my ooh la la”. What does that even mean? I know what it’s trying to mean – I’m not an imbecile – but just… no.
Have a listen below and leave your thoughts in the comments, though I expect they’ll all be something like “lalajdflajsldkf;wlkereo;a” after your head hits the keyboard repeatedly as you beg it to stop.
May 17, 2013 at 6:30 am by Jennifer
Britney Spears has managed – against all odds – to really pull her life together over the past couple of years and really re-endear herself to the public. Helping this is the fact that she has two adorable sons with her ex-husband Kevin Federline, 7-year-old Sean Preston and 6-year-old Jayden James. Aren’t they cute?
Sitting down with Mario Lopez for a new interview, Britney opened up about family life with the kids – how hard it is to diet when the kids are chomping on Cheetos and Little Debbies and her feelings on putting them in to showbiz, if that’s what they end up wanting to do. Here’s a few choice quotes:
“When they come over, the snacks are constantly piling up and I constantly have to feed them. I’m like, ‘Jesus! I want fried chicken too!’”
Don’t we all want fried chicken? I could eat some right now, to be honest.
“They do like attention, so I think they would probably be a little good in the limelight.
“We’re taking baby steps at this point as far as agencies and stuff like that goes, but they’re little comedians, so we’ll see.”
Oh, dear. BritBrit, you’re in the danger zone. I know the world needs child stars, but having been through the experience herself and seeing how much it’s nearly destroyed her, why in the hell would she want to put her own kids through the same thing? Surely a paycheck’s not worth that much.
Watch the full interview below: