With musical guest Iggy Azalea
Last month we learned that funnyman Jim Carrey would be returning to host Saturday Night Live this season and today we get to see his just-released promo videos for this weekend’s episode of SNL. Jim will be joined by Iggy Azalea as musical guest and because it will be the Hallowe’en episode, it promises to be scary … not funny … mostly because even when they try to be funny, SNL isn’t funny … so I’m thinkin’ they should go for scary.
Strut Your Stuff, Gwen
A few days ago the world was blessed with the first solo song from Gwen Stefani in 6 years and today we get to see the music video for that new song. Just a short time ago, Gwen dropped the music video for Baby Don’t Lie after she previewed the vid on The Voice last night. TRUTH BE TOLD, I’m not at all blown away by this video. It’s colorful, yes, but it’s not really all that interesting. Without the green screen, there’s not much to this video. But, that being said, I really love Baby Don’t Lie the more I hear it and now that Gwen is releasing music videos and is teasing OTHER NEW SONGS, I can’t help but be super excited for what’s to come from Ms. Stefani. What do you think of this music video for Baby Don’t Lie? Do you love it … or nah?
It's easy to see why he got the part
Jason Momoa‘s audition tape for HBO’s Game of Thrones (which has been online for some time now) started making the rounds over the weekend and it’s so intense that I feel compelled to share it with all y’all. For the role of Khal Drogo, Momoa decided to show producers just how well he could play a character that speaks a different language … very forcefully. For the part, Momoa spoke the fictional language of Dothraki but for his audition, Jason busted out a battle cry of the Māori. Check out the video above and see the audition that won Jason Momoa his role on GoT.
"If you really need me ..."
It’s been a few weeks since Ariana Grande released her collab with The Weeknd, Love Me Harder, so it’s about time we get the now-standard lyric video accompaniment. While we wait for the official music video to hit the Internets, let’s bide our time with this just-released lyric video. Do you know all the words yet?
"We ain't doin' no type of stressin'"
The don Fat Joe has released the music video for his new single Stressin’ and as you can hear and see above, the song and video feature the luminous Diva Latina Jennifer Lopez. Joe and J. Lo have collaborated before, to much success, so I’m not at all surprised that the duo have teamed up again for a new track. There’s a deffo early ’00s vibe to the video and I have to say, Fat Joe looks amazing! This is a fun song and a fun video. What do you think?
Late last month, Fergie Ferg officially released the audio of her comeback single LA Love (La La) and, in the process, asked fans to submit photos of themselves making the LA sign with their fingers. She also asked for fans to submit photos they have taken of or with Fergie over the years. Those photos have been complied into a fun lyric video for LA Love (La La) which you can check out above. I am still really loving this new song so I’m happy to share this new video with all y’all. If you happened to submit a photo for possible inclusion, watch the video above carefully to see if you made the cut.
Jimmy Fallon and Brad Pitt got into a heated breakdance conversation on The Tonight Show last night, which you can watch in full above. Even tho there is some stunt breakdancing included, who do you think has the better moves?
A Social Experiment
Grammy Award-winning singer Erykah Badu decided to see how much money she could make from performing on the streets of NYC without people knowing who she is and she ended up making less than $4.00. The entire thing was recorded and you can watch the video in full below. Had people recognized that it was Badu performing, she likely would’ve gotten more attention … and maybe more money (tho, if I saw Erykah Badu performing on the street, I wouldn’t have given her any money assuming that she wasn’t performing for donations). Click below and see how this little social experiment played out. More »
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