Britney Spears‘ video for ‘Perfume’ isn’t actually coming out yet, but it is finished and in order to drum up excitement, she’s released a sneak peek for it.
Let’s keep it short but sweet: What do you guys think?
December 6, 2013 at 2:30 pm by Jennifer
Remember how Katy Perry and John Mayer did that awful duet called ‘Who You Love’ for John’s album and it was kinda awful and we all sorta hoped it would just fade into the wood work and never really see the light of day? Bad news! They’re releasing it as a single! BOO!
— johnmayer.com (@JohnMayer) December 3, 2013
And if you haven't got ??????WHO YOU LOVE??????on your playlist yet grab it HERE: http://t.co/3tlH7Uf62O
— Katy Perry (@katyperry) December 3, 2013
Well, let’s just try and forget this ever happened, please. Bonus: THEY DID A PHOTO SHOOT TOGETHER FOR THIS.
December 3, 2013 at 6:30 am by Jennifer
Sure, big sister Britney gets most of the attention, but Jamie Lynn Spears did have a burgeoning career at one point… until she got pregnant at 16 and left the limelight (and Zoey 101) for mom life. Now that she’s older and so is her baby, she’s engaged and life is coming together, it’s time to focus on her career again. With that in mind, she’s released a single called ‘How Could I Want More’ and oh snap, it’s actually good! It’s a bit Taylor Swift-ish – that was my first thought – but I think it could do well for her. And guess what – she can actually sing!
The song was inspired by her fiancé, apparently. I’m into it, but I’m not sure why she’s styled so old for the video. She’s only in her early 20s, so why is she dressed like she’s 20 years older? Ah, well, can’t win ‘em all.
November 27, 2013 at 2:30 pm by Jennifer
Ke$ha and Pitbull: a rather unlikely combination for a duet, I think, and the result – their new single ‘Timber – sorta proves my point. It’s awful and I seriously have no idea who came up with this song. There’s so much going on in it, the cowboy/lonesome prairie vibe is not working and now that the video is here, the whole menagerie of messiness comes together in one place.
If you want to see a bunch of weird line dancers, Pitbull in a suit and Ke$ha riding a mechanical bull, you’re in luck because this video has it all. Honestly, as much as I hate Pitbull, he makes some really good radio-friendly tracks, and this is the first one I’ve really, really disliked. I mean, it’s awful. Also, poor Ke$ha for being involved with this fuckery. Was this Dr. Luke’s idea?
November 26, 2013 at 9:30 am by Jennifer
In a continued effort to be as weird as she fucking can be while still remaining somewhat sexualized, Miley Cyrus took to the stage at the American Music Awards on Sunday night to perform ‘Wrecking Ball’, complete with… animated cat. The cat seemed to be flying through space on a screen behind her and its mouth would open and close as she sang, which I suppose is… charming? No, it’s just bizarre and makes no sense.
Also, if I may, what the hell is wrong with homegirl’s voice? Despite all her bullshit, she used to have a really great voice but during all her recent live performances, she’s sounded like ass. Too much weed? Too much coke? Either way, it’s just getting painful. No, Miley. No more.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how awful was this performance for you? On the bright side, at least she got her eyebrows back.
November 25, 2013 at 10:30 am by Jennifer
Christina Aguilera and A Great Big World (stupid name) performed their single, ‘Say Something’ on The Voice a couple of weeks ago and it really freaked me out because I swear I’ve heard this song somewhere a LONG time ago and I can’t figure out where. In a movie? A TV show? I don’t really listen to the radio besides Radio 1, so I’m not sure where it could have been, but anyway, it’s an okay song, even if it is a little dramatic/cut out for a Nicholas Sparks movie.
It’s nice seeing Christina doing something that’s a bit more scaled back and isn’t all over the vocal charts. As she often coaches her contestants on The Voice, sometimes less is more and you don’t need be running scales every five seconds to prove that you’re a good singer. Now, if you don’t mind, I’m going to watch The Notebook.