No matter what he does now that “Breaking Bad” is over, Aaron Paul will probably always be best known for playing Jesse Pinkman. And the character’s penchant for throwing in a “bitch” at the end of nearly every sentence lives on too — including in this “hyper kinetic dance floor gem” from DJs Tom Neville and Zen Freeman. Press play, bitch. [Buzzfeed]
Step 1: Press pause on whatever you’re listening to right now.
Step 2: Watch the awesome band HAIM cover Miley Cyrus’s song “Wrecking Ball” in the video above.
Step 3: Stream HAIM’s entire debut album, Days Are Gone, over at NPR.
As a Scorpio, I’m loyal to a fault. That’s why, even though it’s been 11 years since they broke up and they both have significant others and probably nothing in common anymore, I am still praying for Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears to get back together. Sorry, Jessica Biel. Nothing personal. It’s just that, in 2000, when I doodled “Britney N Justin 4 Eva” in my notebook instead of paying attention in Lit Theory 101, I meant it. FOREVER. And maybe Justin did too, if a far-reaching analysis of a hidden track on the second part of The 20/20 Experience is to be believed. Keep reading »
You know what word I’d love for Miley Cyrus to stop using? Well, “twerk,” yes, but besides that. “Movement.” The trailer for Miley’s MTV documentary is out and it’s called, ugh, “The Movement.” The preview mostly focuses on the buildup and aftermath of Miley’s VMAs performance — including a cameo from Britney Spears — as Cyrus explains that with her upcoming album, Bangerz, she’s finally able to be the person and artist she was “born” to be. Miley, girl, that may very well be true, and you may have an “army” of listeners, but doesn’t make your career a movement. To quote Inigo Montoya, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” Please stop taking cues from Robin Thicke. He was wrong when he used that word too. [MTV]
Britney Spears fans, rejoice! (That’s me! I’m rejoicing! Love Britney!) The singer’s first new single in awhile (okay, excluding that meh song she did for the Smurfs movie) leaked online well in advance of its expected Monday night release. “Work Bitch” is pretty basic lyrically — surprising, I know — and seems to be mostly about Britney’s newly returned work ethic. Or something. Whatever. It’s a total club banger and I am now even more excited for Brit’s next album of songs I can pretend to strip to in the privacy of my bedroom.