How Cute/Fun/Sexy/Fierce was that ?!
Admit it was so much better than the Ema's !!!
So...which "only girl" Performance is your favourite ?! [None is not an option]
Hands-on dad Matt Damon admits that life has been "pretty crazy" since he and his wife Luciana welcomed their baby girl Stella last month. The 40-year-old Oscar-winner, who also has daughters Isabella, 4, and Gia, 2, and stepdaughter Alexia, 12, somehow found time to chat to Hello! Canada about his newly expanded family-of-six.
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In the first part of an interview published on Tuesday, Ryan Murphy, a creator and executive producer of “Glee,” talked about why he chose to take on the subject of gay bullying in Tuesday night’s episode, called “Never Been Kissed.” In this second installment, Mr. Murphy answers questions raised by the episode, in which Kurt (Chris Colfer) meets Blaine (Darren Criss), a gay student in a rival singing group, and stands up to a bully who persecutes him for being gay, while his fellow glee-choir members learn they’ve been tormenting Coach Beiste (Dot-Marie Jones) without realizing it. (One last warning that if you haven’t watched the episode yet, this interview will give away plot details.)
"I didn't have the grounds to call him [Pres. George W. Bush] a racist," [Kanye] West said. "I believe that in a situation of high emotion like that we as human beings don't always choose the right words."
Shown a tape of West's remarks, Bush said he appreciated them and forgave him.
"I'm not a hater," he [Bush] said. "I don't hate Kanye West. I was talking about an environment in which people were willing to say things that hurt. Nobody wants to be called a racist if in your heart you believe in equality of races."
Keri-lyn Hilson has already released the singles “Breaking Point” and “Pretty Girl Rock,” most recently penning a song with John Legend called “All the Boys.” Ahead of the diva’s new album, fans will be treated to a mini-movie for the Polow Da Don-produced “The Way You Love Me” featuring Rick Ross, and can catch Keri in action as she performs on “VH1 Divas Salute the Troops” next month.
In 140 AD, two men – master and slave – venture beyond the edge of the known world on a dangerous and obsessive quest that will push them beyond the boundaries of loyalty and betrayal, friendship and hatred, deceit and heroism…The Roman epic adventure THE EAGLE stars Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell and is directed by Academy Award winner Kevin Macdonald. 20 years earlier, Rome’s 5,000-strong Ninth Legion, under the command of Flavius Aquila, marched north carrying their treasured golden Eagle emblem. They never returned; Legion and Eagle simply vanished into the mists. Hearing a rumor that the Eagle has been seen in a tribal temple in the far north, Flavius’ son Marcus (Tatum), determined to restore the tarnished reputation of his father, is galvanized into action. Accompanied only by his slave Esca (Bell), Marcus sets out into the vast and dangerous highlands of Scotland – to confront its savage tribes, make peace with his father’s memory, and retrieve the hallowed Eagle. Along the way Marcus realizes that the mystery of his father’s disappearance may well be linked to the secret of his own slave’s identity and loyalty – a secret all the more pressing when the two come face-to-face with the warriors of the fearsome Seal Prince (Tahar Rahim).
It’s age vs. youth for next week’s chart, as a debuting Susan Boyle will battle it out against Taylor Swift for #1 on next week’s HITS Album sales chart.
The duel is a repeat of last year, when Swift’s Fearless and Boyle’s I Dreamed a Dream went to the wire as 2009’s top-selling album, with the country princess barely edging the hard-charging Britain’s Got Talent star at the finish line.
Look for Boyle’s sophomore Columbia album, The Gift, to keep on giving for the holidays, after debuting this week with 240-260k, which would put her neck-and-neck for the top spot alongside the third week for Swift’s Speak Now. Which is good news for Lou Reed, whose “Perfect Day” is the first single from the Scottish singer’s release.
Swift’s album should benefit from tonight’s CMA awards, while the Boyle album is a certain stocking-stuffer as we head into the teeth of the gifting season.
Universal Motown rap superstar Kid Cudi’s Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager bows with a number between 180-220k, a lock for the #3 position.
Capitol/EMI’s debuting Now 36 is up next, with a total of 80-85k, while Island/IDJ’s Bon Jovi will score 70-75k with their Greatest Hits—The Ultimate Collection package.
Valory/Big Machine veteran country star Reba McEntire is counting on All the Women I Am to buy between 60-65k of her new release.
Gnarls Barkley and former Goodie Mob moonlighting soul crooner Cee-Lo Green’s New Elektra album, The Lady Killer, rides the viral smash, “Fuck You,” to between 30-35k, followed by ABR/EMI’s Alter Bridge (24-27k) and Get Money Gang/EMI’s Twista (19-22k).
subo's #s are a little disappointing, tbh. i wanted her to snatch wigs again. tay tay is holding up well. and kid cudi better WERQ.
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In one of the highest-profile reboots this season, CBS is looking to revive the 1960s action-adventure Western The Wild Wild West with former CSI executive producer/co-showrunner Naren Shankar and Battlestar Galactica developer/executive producer Ron Moore. The network is negotiating a deal for the project, which will be co-produced by CBS TV Studios, where Shankar is based with an overall deal, and Sony Pictures TV, where Moore is under an overall deal. The project originated at CBS TV Studios, which has the rights to the original series that ran on CBS from 1965-1969. (My new colleague Michael Ausiello broke the original story about the project when he was at EW and helped with this one too.)
To say Florence and the Machine has had a great year would be an understatement. With broken records and multi-award wins, Florence is ready to release their second album next year. To keep fans at bay, their new single Heavy in Your Arms, was originally made for the new Twilight: Eclipse movie, but it is obvious that this track was too good to be hidden away on a soundtrack album.
Haunting and sombre, this is probably one of the darker offerings from the band. Starting off very unusually with gentle synths, the track builds as the song progresses. The melancholic tone of the song fits perfectly with Florence's vocals, of which reach monumental heights at the song's climax. Ironically, as Florence chants 'heavy' in the chorus, the melody itself drudges along with weight, with a very heavy drum bass in tow. This song may have been perfect for Twilight with its gothic and haunting elements, but if any experience is to go by, this track will also be a huge success across the airways and within the concert arenas.
Whilst this may be a more unconventional and darker tone for the band (not so much in comparison to their first LP but relative to previous singles released), this is sure to be another notch on the bedpost for them. With lingering vocals and an eerie melody, this track goes beyond the supernatural to create something purely magical. Halloween may have just passed us by, but prepare to get goosebumps by this one.
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Slow news day, more rumors. This time the wheel has come back around to The Dark Knight Rises, with word that three actresses have either been offered or auditioned for roles in Christopher Nolan‘s film. The rumor is good as a conversation starter more for the characters specified than for the names that are very tentatively attached to the roles.
"[Kanye] actually played his album to me, like, three months ago, and 'All of the Lights,' that was one of my favorite songs," Rihanna told MTV News at the 2010 MTV Europe Music Awards on Sunday. "So when he asked me to come up to the studio at 2 o'clock in the morning, I had to, because I loved it, I knew it was that song."
Rihanna, of course, lent her vocals to the hook of West's massive posse cut "All of the Lights" which also features contributions from (deep breath) Alicia Keys, John Legend, The-Dream, Fergie, Kid Cudi, Elton John, Ryan Leslie, Charlie Wilson, Tony Williams and La Roux's Elly Jackson.
the song is so epic. i can't wait for the video.
I don't know if this has already been posted but there needs to be a new post. Cute video, but I don't like the weave on Missy.