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MC Hammer Versus Jay-Z

It’s Hammer time. MC Hammer has changed his name to King Hammer and released a new video for a song called “Better Run Run.” So who should be running? Jay-Z. Apparently, Hova alluded to Hammer’s money trouble on the Kanye track, “So Appalled.” And this is Hammer’s response. Sample lyrics: “Devil said, ‘Imma give you the world’ / ‘I’ll take it, plus give me a girl’ / ‘Mr. Devil, can you give me a sign’ / He said, ‘Throw the Roc up, that’s one of mine.’” Yowch. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

Robert Downey Jr. Wants To “Party” With Charlie Sheen

“He’s a grown man. … What am I going to say? The only advice I’d give him is don’t get arrested. … I mean, it would have been fun to be partying with him at The Plaza. But also not fun.”

—Original bad boy Robert Downey Jr. talks to David Letterman about Charlie Sheen’s recent hotel-tastic rampage. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

10 Reality Stars Who’ve Attempted Music Careers

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Rumor has it that Kim Kardashian has a new spin-off career on the horizon … recording artist. Sources say she’s been in the studio recording her first album with writer/producer/rapper The-Dream and that she has “a really good voice.” If her voice is better than her butt, than I think we’ll have a pop star on our hands. [Celebitchy]

Well, I guess she’s just keeping up with all of the other reality stars who have attempted music careers. After the jump, a few of our favorite reality star recording artists.

The Situation Looks Dopey On The Cover Of Men’s Fitness

The editors of Men’s Fitness are hoping you’ll ignore the I’ve-got-a-poop-situation-in-my-pants look on Mike Sorrentino‘s face because surely you want his abs. [via Cover Awards] Keep reading »

What Do You Think Of The New Amy Winehouse, “It’s My Party”?

Amy Winehouse has come out of “hiatus” to spawn a new single, “It’s My Party.” The track was produced by Mark Ronson, and it’s a cover of Lesley Gore’s 1963 track of the same name. So … how does it sound? Well, I’ll let you be the judge. To me, it sounds, and I hate to say this, slurry. Musically, it’s nothing new: Motown redux. Vocally, it’s kind of sad. But I’m no Simon Cowell! Tell us what you think of the latest from Miss Winehouse in the comments. The song will appear on Quincy Jones’ upcoming “tribute” album, Soul Bossa Nostra, which drops November 9. [ONTD] Keep reading »

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