“Being kicked out of the club? Meatball problems! Burning your cooca in the Jacuzzi? Meatball problems!” When Toys ‘R Us makes a Snooki doll, this is what I want mine to say. Yes, on last night’s episode of “Jersey Shore,” Snooki and Deena got in an ice-cube throwing fight (!) at a club and got kicked to the curb on their leopard print-covered asses. But that’s nothing compared to the two (!!) fights The Situation tried to start. Well, three fights, if you count the spatula that Deena threw at his head after he yelled something misogynist at her.
After the jump, the good, the bad and the WTF on last night’s episode of “Jersey Shore”:
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Anyone else convinced Anna Faris on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend is going to be baller? I, for one, am psyched to see her loopy-loo goofy girl humor go head to head with Kristen Wiig. Maybe if we’re lucky she’ll bring that hottie husband of hers, Chris Pratt, along for the ride, too. [NBC]
Lana Del Rey, whose EP Video Games was released this week, has caused a bit of a stir on the Internet since the single — also called “Video Games” — gained momentum over the summer by way of MP3 blogs. She initially performed under her real name, Lizzy Grant, before adopting a very stylized new look at the recommendation of managers and lawyers. Before her revamp (surgical or otherwise — who’s to say?) her career was hardly on the up and up. It’s only since then that she’s risen to notoriety. But whatever! All controversy aside, Lana Del Rey rules and it definitely doesn’t hurt that she looks like Brigitte Bardot circa Le Mepris. “Video Games” deserves every bit of press it’s received, and my boyfriend kindly requested that I not play it again after listening to it on repeat for several days. It’s that good.
Yes, he will drink it up! You know, while he’s just chillin’, upside down. [World of Wonder]
Where to start, where to start? So, this is apparently a real thing that gay-SYNCer LANCE BASS crapped out of a mansion in Florida (it’s always Florida). Heart2Heart’s debut track, “Facebook Official” (brand placement, guyz), starts off with one of the five flat-ironed little moggins saying, “I wanna do this in the realest way I know,” which clearly means, “a boy-band video with adolescent boys wearing airbrushed makeup.” Brains be exploding! And there they are, all five of them, on a never-been-kissed basketball court, coordinating their dance moves and their flat irons, while a gaggle of (okay, three) pre-teen girls stroke their hair extensions in anticipation. Has teen romance ever been so magical? So visceral? So Mark Zuckerberg-approved? [YouTube]