A Music Video by Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum
Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, a music video by Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum was broadcast on the show and as you can see in the embed above, it’s a pretty spectacular music video. The song is titled (I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum and it features cameos by many of our fave celebs. Jamie croons while Channing acts a fool … it’s wonderful. Check out the video and try not to fall in lurve.
Brad Pitt made a cameo appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night to appear in one of Jimmy‘s trademark skits. The result? Jimmy and Brad yodeling back and forth to one another in NYC. I mean, that’s pretty much all the description needed, right? Click the embed above to watch … and marvel.
Um ... Yeah
At the start of the month we got our first listen of Miley Cyrus‘s new single We Can’t Stop and today we get to check out the just-released music video for the track. As you can see in the embed above, the video is full of Miley booty, gold grillz, twerking, semi-hard partying, more Miley booty, more gold grillz, more twerking, etc. etc. It looks to me like Miley Cyrus is making a clear statement with this video about who she is these days so … check it out and formally meet the new Miley. What do you think?
Xtina Returns to 'The Voice'
Earlier today we got to see video of Cher performing her new single Woman’s World on the season finale of The Voice last night and right now we get to watch another live performance from the show. Former judge on The Voice (who will return to the show as judge next season) Christina Aguilera joined her homie Pitbull on stage for a duet performance of his hit single Feel This Moment. As you can hear in the embed above, Xtina seemed to have some difficulty with the song because, IMHO, she always tends to overdo it when she performs live. We all know Xtina has a very big and powerful voice but she sometimes has trouble knowing how to reign it in so that it works for her, not against her. Still, I think the performance overall was good … it just wasn’t great. I must confess, I’ve grown to love this song so I’m happy to see that it was performed on the show last night. Check out the performance and hear for yourself how well/not well Pitbull and Xtina delivered.
Ageless, Eternal, Cher
Last week we learned that Cher was scheduled to perform her new single Woman’s World on the season finale of the competitive reality singing series The Voice and last night … she delivered. Wearing a wig that looked like a fauxhawk wrapped in a mullet and a pair of Justin Bieber‘s favorite dropped crotch saggy pants (with straps), Cher the ever-living belted out her new single for a new generation of listeners. Altho this was Cher‘s first television performance in many years, we must remember that the woman has now performed in front of TV viewers in the 1960s, the 1970s, the 1980s, the 1990s, the 2000s and now the 2010s … and she looks and “sounds” amazing. It’s unclear just how much of Cher‘s live performance was actually live but there is no mistaking … we hear her computer-processed voice in this performance. Click the embed above to get a fresh dose of Cher and see what you think. Were you impressed … or …?
What's Good for the Goose ...
John Mayer is back and he’s got a new song that he wants to share with the world. Mayer‘s new single is titled Paper Doll and the just released lyric video for the song features that crazy lady Joanna Rohrback who rose to viral fame a few weeks ago as the Prancercise lady. While that, in and of itself, is kinda blogworthy and interesting, it’s the lyrics to the song that are getting all of the attention today. Taylor Swift famously wrote a song about John Mayer once upon a time … and it’s possible that this new song is a song about her. HMMM. Click the embed above to hear the song while watching the lyric video, then click below to read the lyrics and see what you think. More »
Better Seen and Not Heard
Over the weekend we got our first look at grainy, shaky and not at all clear video footage of the American Psycho parody promo video that Kanye West whipped up to promote the release of his new album Yeezus (which leaked to the Interwebs last Friday but is officially available now). As you may recall, that grainy video gave us a feel for the American Psycho parody which, IMHO, looked kinda cool. The promo vid has been officially released by Kanye and in the embed above, you can watch and hear the clip in full … but it’s not a pretty sight. The parody is inventive, I think, but the execution is horrendous. Scott Disick, who stars in the clip as Christian Bale‘s American Psycho character Patrick Bateman, is so irritatingly annoying that it makes the clip difficult to stomach. That voice? Kill me. He may look like the character but he SO does not embody the spirit of the character. That voice? OMG. Check out the clip, see what you think. Can you watch it the whole way thru without wanting to puncture your own eardrums?
The Zombies are Coming
Brad Pitt‘s new film World War Z is set to open in theaters this coming weekend and today Paramount Pictures has released a short clip of footage from the film to promote the upcoming opening weekend. The action featured in the embed above has been featured in various movie trailers for World War Z but this clip gives us an extended look at the scene. There’s been a lot of chatter about WWZ that hasn’t been all that positive in recent weeks and months but the proof, as they say, will be in the pudding when the film opens on Friday. I will be attending an early screening of WWZ tonight and I’m really looking forward to seeing the movie myself so I can form my own opinion. Check out the clip, see what you think. Is World War Z on your list of must see movies this summer?
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Kanye West made an appearance at Design Miami/Basel last night to talk about his upcoming new album Yeezus and to deliver an exceptionally emotional acapella performance of his song New Slaves. Click the embed above to watch Kanye perform the song without music and with only his emotions to guide him. It’s pretty powerful to watch, I must say. As usual, Kanye West used his appearance last night to say some interesting things about various topics but I don’t think anything he has to say about anything is as interesting as the performance he gave last night.