Usher sees your Smokey the Bear/Arby’s logo hat, Pharrell Williams, and raises you a DAVY CROCKETT FUR HAT. Ha! But, alas, as of this posting, Usher’s fur hat does not yet have its own Twitter account, so for now, Pharrell is still winning the Stupid Hat Game. But who knows who might throw their, heh, hat in the ring next … Justin Timberlake with a fireman’s helmet? Justin Bieber in an aviator cap? Stay tuned… [Photos: Fame/Flynet]
You know what’s great about LA besides Ryan Gosling and tacos and the beach and smog, J/K not that last one? You can wear this much damn white year round and no one looks at you like you’re crazy because HAHAHA it’s 76 degrees in February SUCKERS! That’s what Reese Witherspoon’s self-satisfied smirk is conveying to me right now, anyway. But luckily, Spring can’t be alllllll that far away for the rest of the country, so we can at least start planning warm-ish weather outfits now. Find out how to get this one for yourself, after the jump! Keep reading »
I know everyone is probably just assuming that all Taylor and Lorde have to talk about is boys and how anti-feminist Selena Gomez’s music is, and they probably did discuss those things while trying on hats and lipstick. But apparently* they were overheard discussing the thinness of “True Detective”‘s female characters and how sick to death they are of Buzzfeed’s inane personality quizzes as well. Wish I coulda been there! [Photo: INFDaily]
* I made this up, but I don’t think it’s impossible that these two topics were also discussed by music’s newest besties.
Katy Perry was front row at Miley Cyrus’s show in Los Angeles this weekend and shared a lip-lock with the singer. I would normally be like, “Does she know where Miley’s tongue has been?” but of course she has, because Miley’s tongue has been eveeeeerywhere. Anyway, this has been your teenage brother’s masturbatory material for the day. Carry on! [Instagram]
A famous celeb posted this photo to their Instagram along with the caption, “#nofilter #obviously #ilovemy9yroldself.” Can you guess who it is? I bet you can’t… Keep reading »
You’re right to assume that Miley Cyrus doing a country cover of Outkast’s “Hey Ya” is a terrible idea. You’re right to make that assumption because it should be terrible. And yet, against all the laws of nature and pop music, it’s not. Miley performed the song at a recent stop on her Bangerz tour and I would not be surprised if she ends up recording it (if she gets permission from Andre 3000 and Big Boi, that is). I like this cover because it mixes what I think are two very genuine versions of Miley — the girl who grew up on country music, and the young adult who’s discovered a love of hip-hop.