David Guetta is a DJ who is filthy fucking rich just for knowing how to push a few buttons on a laptop, and people go batshit for this dude. Of course, EDM isn’t what it once was when rave culture was at its peak, but the younger generation is still loving polished club music and basically handing David Guetta money.
Last weekend, Guetta “played” a set at Tomorrowland festival in Belgium, and clearly he’d taken a little too much acid/ecstasy/whatever newfangled drug kids these days do at music festivals and literally trips balls on stage, staring out into the great unknown for long spans of time and going on a trip that is clearly outside this galaxy. It’s almost magical to watch.
Here we go…
Absolutely brilliantly insane. I love it. Also, we’ve gotta watch the obligatory Saturday Night Live digital short, which is one of the best things that’s appeared on that show in the past few years, hands down.
Stuff like this really makes me love life to the fullest, man.
July 31, 2014 at 5:30 am by Jennifer
Lady Gaga likes dressing up as every nationality of the world, and her most recent foray into international waters was the outfit seen above, which she wore in New York City where she was out promoting Cheek to Cheek. I don’t even really know where to begin with this one. I suppose the nose ring is a creative touch compared to just a bindi, which is the more popular cultural appropriation accessory.
In addition to being ridiculous, this outfit just looks ugly (on her). Not feeling it.
July 30, 2014 at 2:00 pm by Jennifer
Ohhhh shit, Martha Stewart is throwing shade! Blake Lively may have just launched her own lifestyle website, but Martha is not worried about her coming for the homemaker crown and thinks Blake ought to stick to acting because she will never be on her plane of existence. LOVE IT.
From Page Six:
When asked about Lively’s new website, Preserve, Stewart, 72, seemed puzzled as to why the “Gossip Girl” actress would want to be anything like her.
“Let her try,” Stewart told the Huffington Post on Saturday. “I don’t mean that factiously! I mean, it’s stupid, she could be an actress! Why would you want to be me if you could be an actress? I just did a movie yesterday, though — I can’t even tell you about it — but I want to be Blake Lively.”
“Every day I get starstruck by somebody or something,” she continued. “It’s fun to admire and to learn from people who are better at everything than you are, so I have many heroes I worship, Derek Jeter — I can’t play baseball like Derek Jeter! And Beyoncé — I certainly can’t dance and sing like Beyoncé!”
Hilariously, Blake was rambling on to Vogue recently about how great Martha is and how she’s “generous and kind” and whatnot. And I’m sure she is – I don’t think Martha said any of this maliciously, but she does make a good point. What’s with certain actresses feeling the need to become a lifestyle brand unto themselves? What makes Blake Lively (or Gwyneth Paltrow, for instance) qualified to tell you what foods or $300 tea towels you need in your life? Martha may not have started in this industry either, but she at least did the work and knows what she’s talking about.
July 30, 2014 at 12:00 pm by Jennifer
Scarlett Johansson is very pregnant and living her glamourous French life, so she’s been opting for a more natural beauty look lately. Her most recent move is an interesting one: a very short, very strange haircut that looks like she did herself in a Britney-esque breakdown. It actually kind of suits her, I just wonder if it’s for a role or to escape the bullshit summer weather (IT IS HOT!).
What do you think? Does she pull it off?
July 30, 2014 at 11:00 am by Jennifer
It’s no secret that Zac Efron has had his share of issues with drugs and alcohol. He even went to rehab and is apparently back on the wagon (apparently being the key word). Well, now he’s decided to open up about his struggles to none other than Bear Grylls, as they walked around mountains and drank their own piss, or whatever you do on that show.
Here’s the scoop from US Weekly:
The High School Musical alum, 26, was the first celebrity to appear on Running Wild with Bear Grylls, NBC’s new reality show where Grylls takes celebrities on two-day excursions to put their survival skills to the test.
In addition to jumping out of a helicopter, being dropped into the Catskill Mountains, and eating a worm, Efron, who has completed two stints in rehab, opened up to the survivalist about achieving fame early on and what ultimately led to his struggles with addiction.
“It was just so quick — it was shocking,” the blue-eyed hunk admitted about hitting fame at such a young age. “The challenging part was never the work, that was never it,” Efron began when asked by Grylls what led him to rehab. “It was sort of the in-between work — the social aspects outside of it; everywhere you go [there are press and people watching] … and it can be confusing … and pretty soon you need a social lubricant,” he said.
“Once it became that … it got to the point where I was caring less about the work and waiting more for the weekend where I couldn’t wait to go out and let loose and have fun,” the Neighbors actor went on. “But when Monday and Tuesday were difficult to get through, I thought, ‘This is bad.’
“I just really never again want to take anything from the outside in to feel … comfortable in my present skin, and that takes a lot of work,” he said. “It’s just meditation and stopping and slowing down your brain.”
Unfortunately I don’t really buy the whole “I meditate instead of taking drugs now” thing – that’s only ever been true for Russell Brand (and even him I’m not sure about). Zac gets in tooooo many weird situations for a non-druggie, but kudos for the acting effort.
July 30, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jennifer
This hot ass mess of a song came out yesterday, but I decided I should probably write it up today since it managed to reach #1 in 11 countries in 24 hours. Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj teamed up for a screamfest pop track with added rap element in ‘Bang Bang’, a song that’s so all over the place I don’t know what the hell I’m listening to half the time. Is it catchy? Eh, kinda. Is it full of bars being oversung in ways that would rival Christina Aguilera? You betcha. Here ya go anyway…