Saturday, April 30, 2011
Over 3 billion people watched William and Catherine, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, wed on Friday.
Viewers all over the world held parties and special events in honor of the festivities, with some fans staying up all night to celebrate in local [...]
' 'Judas' is a metaphor and an analogy about forgiveness and betrayal,' Gaga says of song and video.
By Jocelyn Vena
Next week, fans will finally get to see Lady Gaga's "Judas" video, when it premieres during "American Idol." But while we wait, Gaga opened up about the video in a recent interview, giving fans a better sense of what they might see in the clip.
"Well, the video, in essence, suggests that forgiveness and betrayal are hand in hand," she told MSN Entertainment in Canada. "The video puts destiny above all things and postures that the mistakes in your life are in fact not mistakes at all, they are just part of your overarching potential and your destiny."
Though she didn't want to give away the full concept, Gaga did describe the clip's biblical and cultural references. "Well, I want to allow the video to speak for itself, but I will say that the theme of the video and the way that I wanted to aesthetically portray the story was as a motorcycle Fellini movie, where the apostles are revolutionaries in a modern-day Jerusalem. And I play Mary Magdalene, leading them into the town where we meet Jesus, and I will leave the rest for you to see," she teased further about the video, which she co-directed with Laurieann Gibson. "But it's meant more to celebrate faith than it is to challenge it."
While there has been some debate about the song's use of religious icons, Gaga said she doesn't mean for it to be a direct interpretation of Bible stories. "Well, I wouldn't necessarily say that my schooling [in Catholic school] informed the songwriting on that record in particular. 'Judas' is a metaphor and an analogy about forgiveness and betrayal and things that haunt you in your life, and how I believe that it's the darkness in your life that ultimately shines and illuminates the greater light that you have upon you," she said.
"Someone once said to me, 'If you have no shadows then you're not standing in the light.' So the song is about washing the feet of both good and evil, and understanding and forgiving the demons from your past in order to move into the greatness of your future," she continued. "I just like really aggressive metaphors — harder, thicker, darker — and my fans do as well. So it is a very challenging and aggressive metaphor, but it is a metaphor."
Gaga said that Born This Way will be more about the religion of pop culture than anything taught in Sunday school.
"Well, I'm fascinated with iconography, and I'm fascinated with the way that iconography is taught in terms of education to the world, whether it be through institutionalized religion or through symbolism or through movies or through music," she said.
"In a lot of ways it's about faith and hope, but not in the religious sense," she added. "It's about faith and hope in culture, especially in a time all over the world where many are in need of hope, in need of understanding, in need of love, in need of lack of prejudice, in need of no judgment, in need of acceptance. How can we look to culture for faith?"Related Artists
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After Alaskan citizen Theodore Thoma spoke out against Juneau's "traffic situation," Sarah Palin reportedly "undertook a campaign…to punish, embarrass, discredit and silence" him.
As a result, Thoma has filed a lawsuit against Palin for $100,000!
According to the lawsuit, Thoma feels that his federal constitutional rights were infringed upon, and [...]
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Friday, April 29, 2011
Tony Blair has opened up about not being invited to the royal wedding, and he's made it clear that he's not offended.
Here's what he had to say about it:
"I'm delighted for the royal couple. It is completely sensible to invite people from different walks of life instead of politicians. [I'm] [...]
Walker Down the Aisle ? As Sarah and Luc?s nuptials approach, plans go horribly awry and the Walkers learn several surprising lessons about the real meaning of family, on the Season Finale of [...]
Dolled up and looking gorgeous, Shenae Grimes was spotted out in Toronto, Canada on Friday (April 29).
The ?90210? babe sported tight leather pants and a fur overcoat as she left the CTV building after appearing on ?The Marilyn Denis Show? Royal Wedding special.
In recent news, Grimes recently participated in an eye-catching photoshoot to help raise awareness for a campaign called Spread the Heart.
The purpose of the cause is to encourage her fans to donate their spare dollars to help the people of Japan after last month?s tragic earthquake and tsunami.
Usher, Jaden Smith, B.o.B, Janelle Monae and Lady Antebellum will also perform on February 13.
By Gil Kaufman
While Willow Smith is the one who made music headlines with "Whip My Hair" last year, it's her brother, "Karate Kid" actor Jaden Smith, who will take the stage at the upcoming 53rd Grammy Awards in a special performance alongside Usher and Justin Bieber, with whom he collaborated on the song "Never Say Never" last summer.
The trio joins a list of new performers added to the show on Thursday (January 20) that will also include another power trifecta made up of B.o.B, Bruno Mars and Janelle Monáe, according to a press release from the Recording Academy announcing the additions to the February 13 telecast from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Also taking the stage next month will be nominees Muse and Lady Antebellum. They will join a roster of previously announced performers that includes Eminem, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Arcade Fire, Cee Lo Green and Miranda Lambert. It will be the first time on the Grammy performance stage for Bieber, B.o.B, Lambert, Mars, Monáe, Muse and Smith. Eminem, Green, Gaga, Perry, Usher and Lady Antebellum will be making return visits for the occasion.
While 11-time Grammy winner Eminem leads the pack in nominations this year (with 10 nods), Mars has seven nominations, and Gaga and Lady Antebellum are not far behind with six nods each. B.o.B has notched five, Perry and Green are each up for four, and Arcade Fire and Lambert are vying for three awards. Bieber, Muse, Usher and Monáe are each nominated for two Grammys.
No details of the collaborative performances were released, but the Grammy announcement promised a rare, never-before-seen event for the Mars, B.o.B and Monáe segment.
With the addition of Antebellum, all five Album of the Year nominees (Eminem, Arcade Fire, Gaga, Perry) are now scheduled to perform on the show. Additional performers, presenters and special segments will be announced soon.
Which Grammy performance are you most looking forward to? Talk about it in the comments!Related Photos
The girl who showed up to Westminster Abbey dressed up like Kate Middleton's engagement ring!
The glasses say "still not worth wearing contacts for," the Smurf skid mark on her teeth says, "I painted myself in the back of the bus while riding over here" and those Reynolds Wrap diamonds were definitely ripped off of a few baked potatoes, but she was still the best dressed at that shit! I'm surprised Kate Middleton didn't grab her from the crowd and wrap her around her finger. Chick's costume is that lifelike!
And she sort of looks like me after I drunkenly fell face first into a silver toilet full of 2000 Flushes water.
via BBC Breakfast (For Patrice)
"I think the film does an [...]
Making the most of the beautiful day, Lea Michele and Cory Monteith were spotted working hard in Times Square, New York City today (April 28). The ?Glee? costars shot scenes for their season finale at Sardi?s Restaurant as the Big Apple paparazz...
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Check out this performance from last night's American Idol from James Durbin & Jacob Lusk of I'm Into Something Good. (above) Towards the end, Jennifer Lopez literally gets dragged into the duet!
So many [...]
Here's a snippet of what's to come in Jennifer Lopez's latest music video, I'm Into You! (above)
He's constantly on-the-go these days, and on Wednesday evening (April 27) Robert Pattinson was front and center at the ?Water For Elephants? premiere in Berlin, Germany. Joined by co-star Christoph Waltz, the Edward Cullen stud looked dapper in ...
Official 'Hollywood Tonight' remix coming to Miami Music Week.
By Akshay Bhansali
Leaving the South by Southwest festival, Lavo New York and Las Vegas' Marquee in his wake, house DJ Chuckie has his sights set on the week ahead. With Miami Music Week now upon us, Chuckie plans to seize the opportunity to debut new material. Fans will be tickled to know the Dutch producer has tracks in the can with Kelly Rowland and T-Pain, but when MTV News caught up with him Friday in New York, Chuckie shared the achievement of which he's most proud.
"I did a Michael Jackson remix, which was really scary — to touch Michael Jackson vocals," Chuckie said. "I did this remix for this track 'Hollywood Tonight.' I couldn't say it for a minute: The label called me, and they said, 'You can't say nothing about this. It's kind of a secret project.' It's gonna come out anytime now."
"Hollywood Tonight" was originally produced by Teddy Riley for Jackson's posthumous Michael album, and Chuckie's mix of the song will be the sole official remix of the track.
"I will play it Miami," Chuckie revealed. "I told them this is the best week to launch the remix. So it feels really good. I'm the only one remixing that Michael Jackson track, and they are considering it a single. For me, especially, it's an honor to remix the King of Pop because he died on my birthday."
So, will the mix be a thundering Chuckie Dutch house banger or will it have a melodic progressive house feel, like his Marquee remix of Diddy-Dirty Money's "I Hate That You Love Me"? Well, according to the "Let the Bass Kick" producer, fans will be getting a healthy dose of both.
"I had to bring in the raucous," Chuckie confessed. "Yeah, I did the Chuckie flavor, but then again, I wanted to make it really musical, so I went progressive (house) on it."
Chuckie will be performing twice at Miami Music Week: at the Cr2 Records Party at Wall Lounge on Wednesday, and then headlining "No Sugar Added" at Nikki Beach on Friday.
Are you excited to hear Chuckie's remix of Michael Jackson's "Hollywood Tonight"? Let us know in the comments below!Related Artists
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Julianne Hough to herself: "Shit, I'm totally gonna have to sleep on the floor again tonight." - Popsugar
That homewrecking trash trollop Chelsy Davy better be shopping for jars of Vaseline, because she's going to need one when we have it out in front of the cheese fondue fountain at the wedding - Lainey Gossip
SHUT IT DOWN! The Jersey Shore-ers are spawning! - The Superficial
If Bane is a leather daddy master who knows his way around an electric nipple clamp, then Tom Hardy nailed it! - Towleroad
Err. Uh. Well, the sink is pretty? (site NSFW) - Drunken Stepfather
Ken Paves is weeping at the sight of Jessica Simpson's bale of hay weave - Hollywood Tuna
Elle Macpherson's hair would look better on a cocker spaniel - Popoholic
Steven Tyler's extra juicy moob covers People Magazine - Celebitchy
If you lived at Ikea - The Berry
Donnie Wahlberg saves lives!!! - The Daily What
The Chola Eyebrow Union want to see Lady Caca's credentials before they approve her Sharpie brows (SPOILER ALERT: they won't) - Just Jared
Pink enters her 18th pregnancy term - ICYDK
Beyonce doing the Dougie. Ctrl + Alt + Dead - Necole Bitchie
The Sandy Duncan of garden trolls hangs on to her giant - Hollywood Rag
Wasn't Gary Busey in the first Piranha as one of the piranhas? - SOW
RPattz would either like to sell you a yellow Frigidaire or a beige Dodge Monaco Crestwood - I'm Not Obsessed
Pat O'Brien really doesn't want you to look at that coffin - The Morton Report
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Wednesday, April 27, 2011
The Hollywood Reporter says that the show will be gleaned from ThatsNotOkayNY.com (that was picked up by Thrillist.com where it apparently went viral), that is about the experiences of the three single NYC women.
Supposedly, the new [...]
The 31st Annual Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF), widely regarded as one of the world's premier international film festivals focusing on new Pacific Rim cinema.
Last year, this audience-driven festival presented over 254 films from 47 countries and attracted over 65,000 movie-lovers who [...]
Managers of the A-Rex songwriting team are looking for $200,000 they claim that they are owed from the hit song.
By Gil Kaufman
Justin Bieber's hit anthem "One Less Lonely Girl" has a couple of music managers feeling a bit left out in the cold. Vance Tate and Thomas Oliveria, who represent the songwriting team A-Rex — composed of Sean Hamilton and Hyuk Shin — have filed a lawsuit seeking additional royalties from the tune, which appears on Bieber's hit 2008 debut, My World.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the managers claim that the A-Rex team created "Lonely Girl," which is credited on My World to Hamilton and Shin, along with Ezekiel Lewis, Bieber mentor Usher and Balewa Muhammad.
Tate and Oliveria allege that they are entitled to 10 percent of the publishing royalties tied to A-Rex's share of the song, an amount they peg at around $200,000. They are seeking damages for breach of contract, fraud, conversion and copyright infringement. A spokesperson for Bieber's label could not be reached for comment on the lawsuit at press time.
The suit not only names Hamilton and Shin, but also EMI Music Publishing and the L.A. Reid Music Publishing Company, which is connected to Bieber's former label boss, Antonio "L.A." Reid, who recently stepped down as chairman of Island Def Jam Records to be a judge on Simon Cowell's upcoming "X Factor" reality show.
Another Bieber song, "Pray," meanwhile, is included on a just-released all-star charity benefit album Songs for Japan, proceeds from which will aid the victims of the earthquake/tsunami disaster in Japan. The Bieber track appears alongside tunes from Lady Gaga, Eminem, Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Madonna, the Kings of Leon and Katy Perry.Related Artists
We sat down with judge Randy Jackson to talk about the show and his favorites, as well as gossip about Jennifer Lopez, Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Steven Tyler.
Watch our interview above - or read highlights of our chat… after the jump!
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Singer looks as if she's channeling Grace Jones in photo for girl-power anthem.
By Jocelyn Vena
Editor's note: Since publishing this story, it has come to our attention that the photo assumed to be of Beyoncé for her new single is actually a fake.
She may have retired Sasha Fierce, but that doesn't mean she's any less fierce. Beyoncé's promo shot for her girl-power anthem, possibly titled "Girls (That Rule the World)," has hit the Internet.
In the close-up, black-and-white snapshot, Beyoncé looks as if she's channeling Grace Jones. Her hair is pulled back sleekly, her mouth is slightly open and her black liquid eye makeup is done up in a funky cat-eye style. She appears to be nude and is wearing black nail polish. The shot first appeared on Twitter. The question "Who run the world?" appears on the poster, with the tease, "Coming Soon."
The photo comes as more and more shots of the music video for the song have hit the Web. On Wednesday, Beyoncé was seen on the set looking like the queen of her own country, with a gigantic crown and flag with the initial "B" on it.
Just a day before, Beyoncé made headlines when she was spotted on a music video set wearing a white Givenchy jumpsuit, faux-hawk and sunglasses. The video will reportedly be directed by Francis Lawrence, who worked with Beyoncé in her Destiny's Child days. He's also worked with Lady Gaga, Britney Spears and Pink.
On Thursday, a snippet of the track leaked. It's a feisty club-thumper about the power of being female.
"Love it how we're smart enough to make these millions, strong enough to bear the children, then get back to business," she sings. "Please, you better not play me. Oh, come here, baby/ Hope you still like me, if you pay me."
The tease certainly fit Bey's previous description of the album's vibe. "Well, I wouldn't say I'm inventing a new genre," Beyoncé explained. "I'm mixing every type of genre that I love, and I'm inspired by every type of genre. ... I'm not in a box. It's not R&B. It's not typically pop. It's not rock. It's just everything I love all mixed together in my own little gumbo of music."Related Artists
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As one of Hollywood?s top actresses, Cameron Diaz busted out her fabulous big screen skills for the upcoming comedy ?Bad Teacher.? Sitting down with MTV News, the ?Charlie?s Angels? babe explained a little bit about her character in the f...
After 12,000 submissions and about 6,000 ruptured ear drums, Aflac insurance has found a replacement for Gilbert Gottfried, who got axed after he made some insensitive jokes about the Japanese tsunami tragedy.
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MCA Nashville singer/songwriter Ashton Shepherd will release her second album, Where Country Grows, on July 12.
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Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Neal McCoy, referred to by fans & musical comrades as ?The Entertainer?s Entertainer', is bringing his multi-award winning, multi-platinum career to the roster of Blaster Records, as announced this week by label Chairman Tom Porter.
The consummate performer boasts a career track of three platinum [...]
British songstress talks stage fright and body image in Rolling Stone cover story.
By Gil Kaufman
While she was besting Britney Spears on the American album charts and helping to lead a new British invasion, U.K. soul pop diva Adele also landed the cover of the upcoming issue of Rolling Stone magazine.
And though the cover marks yet another milestone of her rising fame, Adele isn't immune to some of the same fears as the rest of us, say, stage fright. Despite her calm assurance in the studio and apparent ease at coping with her sudden success, the Grammy winner told the magazine that she still has nervous nights.
"I'm scared of audiences," she said. "One show in Amsterdam I was so nervous, I escaped out the fire exit. I've thrown up a couple of times. Once in Brussels, I projectile vomited on someone. I just gotta bear it. But I don't like touring. I have anxiety attacks a lot."
And it's not just audiences that freak her out, it's other celebrities. But the singer revealed that she has drawn some strength from an unlikely source: Beyoncé. "I was about to meet Beyoncé and I had a full-blown anxiety attack," Adele said. "Then she popped in looking gorgeous, and said, 'You're amazing! When I listen to you I feel like I'm listening to God.' "
When she later found herself on a balcony, crying hysterically, Adele asked herself, " 'What would [Beyoncé's alter ego] Sasha Fierce do?' That's when Sasha Carter was born." The composite of Sasha Fierce and late country icon June Carter is pulled out whenever Adele needs to give herself a shot of confidence.
The 22-year-old also said that in a world of size 0-2 pop divas, she has no problem being a bit more voluptuous than her peers. "My life is full of drama, and I won't have time to worry about something as petty as what I look like," she said. "I don't like going to the gym. I like eating fine foods and drinking nice wine."
That said, Adele noted that while she's not likely to do any nude photo shoots anytime soon, she can totally appreciate the sight of her fellow female pop stars' naughty bits.
"Even if I had a really good figure, I don't think I'd get my t--- and a-- out for no one," she said. "I love seeing Lady Gaga's boobs and bum. I love seeing Katy Perry's boobs and bum. Love it. But that's not what my music is about. I don't make music for eyes. I make music for ears."Related Artists
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Monday, April 25, 2011
It really doesn't matter that a cloud with �Que? Cat in it is forming above your head after reading the name "Sarah Shahi" (SPOILER ALERT: She was Carmen on The L Word and is now on USA's Fairly Legal), because everything you need to know about her is in this post.
You've already learned what the underside of her mouth tongue looks like, and now you're about to learn that the rage you felt against Parasite Hilton back when she was semi-relevant has successfully been transferred to Sarah's finger tips. Somebody has to keep the Wonky hate going and Sarah is definitely the one for that job. Our new anti-Wonky heroine Tweeted this the other day after Parasite nearly transformed Sarah's car into the same state as her own vagina: busted and beyond repair.
Paris Hilton- worst driver ever. Almost hit me, then ran a stop sign.what if there was a kid around that corner, you dumb bitch
Paris Hilton- horrible excuse for a human being
What an irresponsible person... What a lame existence...
I wouldn't be as pissed if I wasn't a mom
"One more thing blonde piece of shit- you're not an elitist just because you have money. You should apologize... To humanity." nowi'mdone.
Yeah, what she said!
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The two have been spending an awful lot of time together lately - and we know that it's for the sake of Bronx - but they do seem really close to each other.
Whatever the case [...]
Sunday, April 24, 2011
- Chloe Marshall Sweet 16 headed to Miss England 2008
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Grammy-winner and lead singer of international super-duo Sugarland, Jennifer Nettles announces the Attic Community Playground online auction, which began yesterday and will run through May 11, on CharityBuzz.
Bid on your chance to see and/or meet some of music?s hottest names during the 2011 tour season. [...]
The guest list for Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding has been revealed!
So, who's going??
As expected, David and Victoria Beckham, as well as Sir Elton John have been invited.
Joss Stone, Guy Ritchie, Ben Fogle, Rowan Atkinson aka Mr. Bean, as well as Princess Diana photographer, Mario Testino will be in attendance.
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Saturday, April 23, 2011
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After titling his upcoming album I'm Gay, rapper Lil B has been receiving death threats.
Here's what he had to say about it:
"People been hitting me up like, 'I'm gonna bash your head in,' 'you f—-t,' 'I'm gonna kill you.' "
"I got major love for the gay and lesbian community, and I [...]
'He has a major role in the younger generation to this music,' producer/DJ tells MTV News of his collaborator.
By Adam Stewart
It's no secret that 2010 was a pivotal year for electronic dance music here in the States. With deadmau5 and Swedish House Mafia becoming household names, the genre's momentum shows no signs of slowing down. Using a conduit of collaboration, artists such as deadmau5 (a.k.a. Joel Zimmerman) have paired up with various underground acts to further the rapid expansion of the genre.
Perhaps one of the most notable movers and shakers of the year is now-Grammy-Award-nominated producer and DJ Wolfgang Gartner, who recently sat down to chat with MTV News about deadmau5 and dance music's rise to the top.
"He has a major role in the younger generation to this music," Gartner says, "but there have been certain artists that have been instrumental in helping it cross over and reach the mainstream — which I think is a good thing. I think rap artists using dance beats is a great thing. I think it just brings more people towards this music that we all love."
Thanks to several key moments, such as deadmau5 taking the helm as house DJ (well, technically "House Artist") for the 2010 VMAs, dance music has been thrown into the forefront of America's youth, a key demographic for any genre.
"Everybody knows who he is now and he's kind of exposing the masses to dance music. These little five-, six- and seven-year-old kids latch on to this 'mau5head' logo — they get into the music and he's bringing this tiny young generation into this music that probably wouldn't be exposed to it."
Gartner certainly doesn't mind the exposure either. Unless you were living under a rock for the past six months, you probably heard one of this past summer's hottest anthems, "Animal Rights," a collaborative effort brought forth by deadmau5 and Gartner.
"It was interesting because I kind of had a preconceived notion about how he would be to work [with]," said Gartner. "I think our sounds are really similar, so I figured he would work in a similar way to me, but the way that he writes music is actually completely different to me. But he achieves kind of the same sound through a completely different process."
Recorded in deadmau5's favorite Los Angeles studio — that would be rocker Tommy Lee's House — "Animal Rights" is a thumping progressive house anthem that melds Wolfgang's unmistakable harmonics and funk riffs with the driving bass line and wobbly synths that make deadmau5 one of the unique forces in the dance music world.
"[Deadmau5] writes these rich complex chord progressions and he does it by drawing these little bars on a grid, which is just amazing that you can do that and get that result," Gartner goes on to say. "It just proves you don't have to be able to play keyboards to write amazing music."
The two sound pioneers never cease to stop pushing the limits on what they are able to produce. Using drastically difference production approaches, deadmau5 and Gartner had the ability to play off each other's strengths while recording the track.
"I'd say the biggest thing is that I play everything in on a keyboard, like even my drums," says Gartner. "I play everything in live and he draws it in with notes on a mouse, which blew me away because his music is very musical."
What do you think 2011 will hold for deadmau5 and Gartner? Let us know in the comments below!Related Artists