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Carrie Underwood Releases “Something In The Water” Music Video, Takes Me To Church

Carrie Underwood Releases "Something In The Water" Music Video, Takes Me To Church
Someone Tell Me How She Manages To Stay Dry...

I’m not a religious person, but if there’s anyone in this world who can convert me, it’s my fantasy girlfriend Carrie Underwood. Last night, my ultimate girl crush hosted the CMA Awards with Brad Paisley (and totally killed it, unlike last year, which was rough) before releasing the new music video for her controversial song “Something In The Water.” Keep reading »

Oh, Thank God, There’s A New OK Go Music Video

OK Go Is The Cure For What Ails You

Crappy things that have happened today:

  • The water main by my apartment was being worked on with no notice, so I had to book it to a café to work so that I could pee during my work day
  • The café totally forgot that I paid for food and a drink
  • A post got messed up and I had to re-enter a bunch of pictures Keep reading »

Carrie Underwood Addresses Her Atheist Haters: “If You Don’t Like It, Change The Channel”

Carrie Underwood Addresses Her Athiest Haters: "If You Don't Like It, Change The Channel"
You Tell 'Em, Carrie...

Just last week, Carrie Underwood released her new single “Something In The Water,” but unlike most of her newly-released tunes, it wasn’t exactly met with open arms. Carrie’s song, which affirms her belief in God, conversion and baptism, focuses on the strength she found from Christianity, which has left some of her atheist fans less than thrilled. But despite the criticism, Carrie told Glamour that she’s not sorry for singing about her personal faith, and she’s certainly not planning on changing her tune.

“Country music is different. You have that Bible Belt-ness about it. I’m not the first person to sing about God, Jesus, faith [or] any of that, and I won’t be the last. And it won’t be the last for me, either. If you don’t like it, change the channel.”

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Nicki Minaj Is All About That Ass In The Music Video For “Anaconda”

Nicki Minaj Is All About That Ass In The Music Video For "Anaconda"
Not Gonna Lie -- I Am Mesmerized
The Problem With Nicki
Frisky Rant: The Real Problem With Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" Cover Art & Her "Black Jezebel" Brand
One writer thinks Nicki's "Black jezebel" brand is exploitative. Read More »

Is it fair to say that Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” is the female counterpoint to Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back”? The song samples heavily from the original track, while the video released this morning features scenes that reference Mix-A-Lot’s original lyrics, like Nicki dressed like ’80s workout-era Jane Fonda. Plus, there are more (jiggly, bouncing) round things in your face than I can actually count. Maybe there’s more to parse here, but well, I’m sprung.

Pharrell Loves Women Before Anyone Else In “Come Get It Bae” Video

Pharrell Loves Women Before Anyone Else In "Come Get It Bae" Video
FYI, BAE = Before Anyone Else

Add Pharrell to the list of famous singing men who want to assure women of all colors, shapes, sizes and ages that NOT TO WORRY, we are beautiful, HE PROMISES. His new video for “Come Get It Bae” kicks off with an all caps message: “BEAUTY HAS NO EXPIRATION DATE.” Thanks, Pharrell! I was worried. The video features a bevy of racially diverse women having a blast dancing, one by one, while Pharrell films them with a handheld camera. It’s totally fun and silly and all of the women featured — with the exception of Miley Cyrus, who makes a cute, not-twerking cameo — are pretty, but in a normal-ish way, not a Miranda Kerr way. So I like it! Truly! But I remain irritated by dudes like Pharrell and John Legend doling out unsolicited stamps of approval on our physical attractiveness. (P.S. Bae is a term of endearment that means “before anyone else.”) [NYMag.com]

Jenny Lewis Taps Famous Gal Pals For “Just One Of The Guys” Video

Jenny Lewis Taps Famous Gal Pals For “Just One Of The Guys” Video
It's Anne Hathaway On The Keytar!

Last month, we previewed Jenny Lewis’ long-awaited comeback track, “Just One Of The Guys,” which featured a photo carousel of the singer wearing her now-signature rainbow suit—the one that also graces the cover of her new album, The Voyager, which is out July 29.

To celebrate the album’s upcoming release, Lewis has put out an official video—which she directed herself!—for the single. The clip is sort of a play on Robert Palmer’s “Addicted To Love” set-up, but with a gaggle of the singer’s famous female cohorts standing in for the tube-dressed drones. The video stars Kristen Stewart, Brie Larsen and Anne Hathaway as Lewis’ white suit-wearing and barefoot backup band. (I also think I spy Tennessee Thomas, former member of The Like and owner of NYC boutique The Deep End Club, on drums, but I can’t be totally sure.) Keep reading »

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