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Snoop Dogg Feels Very Strongly About His Beauty Maintenance

“Even when I’m getting my nails done, that’s real player. The average guy can’t see himself getting a French-tip manicure, but I’m not the average guy. … It’s about being spooned and groomed, dipped and whipped, suited and booted, gooted and looted, scuttered and buttered.”
Snoop Dogg-Lion talked to Vice about fashion, fabulousness,… More »


Jorge Perez Gonzalez Is A Professional Butt Slapper

Now, this is how you slap an ass. Percussionist Jorge Perez Gonzalez of the band Patex makes beautiful music with female bottoms. Maybe I should be offended, but I find myself rather mesmerized by his skill. And his butt lotioning technique. I prefer Buttcussion to Gangam Style or the Harlem Shake or whatever other dance… More »


Introducing The Worst Sex Playlist Ever

With Valentine’s Day coming up, the pressure’s on to set the perfect mood for love–and lovemaking. Obviously that includes a super sensual playlist. We figured you’ve already got your signature sex mix figured out (and if not, there are tons of options online), so we thought we’d whip up a different kind of V-Day music… More »


Twerk It To RuPaul’s New Single, “Peanut Butter”

All this inclement weather just makes me want to dance. Thank God for RuPaul’s sickening, new music video for her single “Peanut Butter” featuring Big Freedia. It must be jelly cause jam don’t shake, hunty. I’m going to be making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches all weekend. That wasn’t code for something gross. I just… More »


Weekend Playlist: Hibernation Time

It’s so balls cold out there’s really nothing you can do but cocoon yourself in a warm place and wait for spring. Here’s a playlist to listen to while you’re hibernating from the elements. These tunes are moody and ambient, perfect for the forced introspection of the dog days of winter. Recommended listening: with a… More »


Listen To Tom Odell Cover Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble”

Taylor Swift fans don’t get any respect and I’m okay with that. It means that I’m willing to listen to this Tom Odell cover of “I Knew You Were Trouble,” sung as a ballad — instead of that faux dubstep weirdness — and Taylor haters are not.

In other news, that Tom OdellMore »


Evening Quickies: Justin Bieber’s “Yellow Raincoat” Song Is Either About Selena Gomez Or Condoms

Justin Bieber’s new song “Yellow Raincoat” has all the Beliebers freaking out that its about Selena Gomez … obviously because they’re too young to know that “raincoat” is a euphemism for condoms. [Crushable]
Beyoncé is starting a lifestyle blog called The Bey Hive. It’s curtains for GOOP now, Gwynnie. [Contact Music]
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New Music Coming From Jenny Lewis Of Rilo Kiley

Jenny Lewis from Rilo Kiley is working on a film score for “Very Good Girls,” starring Elizabeth Olsen and Dakota Fanning, and a new solo album, too. [AV Club]
Former Inauguration songstress and silly hat aficionado Aretha Franklin has weighed in on Beyoncé’s Lip Synch-gate. [PopBytes]
True tales of a peep show… More »


Snoop Dogg Makes A Pretty Good Case For French Man-icures

Snoop Dogg Snoop Lion Snoop is a pretty confident guy, and he has every reason to be. He’s super rich, super talented, super handsome, and famous as hell. Like, so famous. The famousest. There are a lot of things I like about Snoop, but I think what I like the most is that he’s got… More »


Sandy Hook Choir Records “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”

Just over a month after the devastating shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, the school’s choir has joined forces with singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson to record a touching version of “Somewhere Over The Rainbow.” The song, available for download here, is a touching tribute to the people who lost their lives and the families who grieve them,… More »


Destiny’s Child Releasing New Song, “Nuclear,” On January 29

Destiny’s Child is releasing new music! Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams are dropping a new track, “Nuclear,” in a compilation of their music called Love Songs which comes out January 29. Anyone else pumped for the “Say My Name” remix? [Evil Beet GossipTelegraph UK]
A new Tina Fey “Seven Minutes In Heaven”! More »


James Franco Dons A Justin Bieber Wig, Spoofs “Boyfriend” With Ashley Benson

Another James Franco “art” project! Here he is with a Justin Bieber wig and cap spoofing the song “Boyfriend” with his “Spring Breakers” costar Ashley Benson …  and some other comeley lass.  Rrrow! It gets a little NSFW towards the end. I don’t remember quite so much butt in the real “Boyfriend” video.

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Be My Boyfriend: Guy Who Received Disability Benefits For His Heavy Metal Addiction

Dear Roger Tullgren AKA The Guy Who Received Disability Benefits For His Heavy Metal Addiction,

A lot of people claim to lead a heavy metal lifestyle, but as far as I know, you’re the only one who has had three separate psychologists confirm that your obsession with heavy metal is actually a clinical addiction. More »


Frisky Q&A: New Band My Dick Replaces Popular Song Lyrics With “My Dick”

Move over, Beatles, because I think I found my new favorite band. Their name is My Dick. Their album? My Dick’s Double Full-Length Release: 23 spot-on covers of some of the greatest hits of the ‘70s–‘90s, with one twist: key words in the lyrics are replaced with “dick.” I spoke to the two artists behind… More »


Weekend Playlist: Hang The DJ

For much of the mid-2000s I had a side gig playing records. I wouldn’t necessarily call myself a DJ, in that I can’t scratch or really beat match, but some friends and I had a lot of fun DJ-ing a regular weekly party for a while. It was in Philly at a club that flaunted… More »


A Reason To Think Twice About Going Solo

What do Elvis, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, 2Pac, Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse and Whitney Houston all have in common? They were solo artists who died prematurely. According to a study published in the BMJ Open Journal, solo performers were almost twice as likely to die young as compared to those who were in… More »


Radio Stations Pulling “Die Young,” “Pumped Up Kicks,” Over Lyrics Following Newtown

Radio stations are pulling Ke$ha’s song “Die Young”  and Foster The People’s song “Pumped Up Kicks” off the air in the wake of the Newtown, Connecticut, shootings. [Idolator, TMZ]
Also: bulletproof backpacks for kids are now a thing. RIP society. [The Gloss]
Instagram has withdrawn its policy changes and says it won’t… More »


All Of 2012’s Biggest Pop Music Hits–In One Song

Ready for a mega musical flashback in mashup form? DJ Earworm combined all of the biggest hits of 2012 into one 4-minute song called “The United State Of Pop,” and the result is surprisingly–or perhaps predictably?–catchy. A quick word of caution: if your end-of-the-year goal was to finally get the chorus of “Somebody That I… More »


Spice Girls Reunite (Again!) For Premiere Of “Viva Forever”

I know it’s only been a few months since the last Spice Girls reunion at the Olympics, but that doesn’t make me any less excited to see them gathered on stage at the London premiere of their new musical, “Viva Forever.” The show is getting terrible reviews (which only makes me want to see it more),… More »


Hump Day Hottie: Macklemore

With the cold winter months approaching, it’s time to heat things up. Our new newsletter, Hump Day Hotties, will bring our favorite eye candy directly into your inbox every Wednesday. (Subscribe here!) Feel free to drool. We won’t judge.

I can’t lie: my Spotify listening of late has been all Macklemore and RyanMore »


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