I never thought I’d say this, but I’m officially hot and bothered by one of the Jonas Brothers.
Nick Jonas is all grown up in a new issue of Flaunt Magazine, where the former boy-bander gives us a glimpse at his glorious ass dimples (yes, they’re actually nice, which is weird to me) AND his rather enticing package (which also seems very nice, but I will need further photographic evidence).
In an homage to Mark Wahlberg‘s infamous Calvin Klein ad, Nick stripped down and grabbed his junk wearing nothing but his boxer briefs, and while it looks kind of “college frat bro,” as Amelia says, I wouldn’t kick him out of bed for eating crackers. Hell, I don’t care if he eats a sardine sandwich, because THAT BODY. Keep reading »
I saw this Instagram photo of a certain boy band member and was like, shut the front door that’s what his body looks like oh my god. Any guesses as to who is rocking this cut physique? Meet my new pretend boyfriend after the jump! Keep reading »
Selena Gomez‘s new single doesn’t sound nearly as Disney as I would have guessed. Honestly, I could see jamming to “Bang, Bang, Bang” while in a car on the way to beach. But even more interesting than the song itself, is the lyrics. “My new boy used to be a model, he looks way better than you, he looks way better than you/His love is deeper you know/He’s a real keeper you know/My new boy knows the way I want it/He’s got more swagger than you, he’s got much more than you do.” Sure sounds like the new guy she’s referring to is Justin Bieber. Which would make the old guy she’s singing to Nick Jonas? Keep reading »
It’s new release Tuesday, folks, and that can mean only one thing: It’s time to take the fresh tunes for a spin. I know we were all counting on a groundhog today (six more weeks of winter, wah!), but this week has another beacon of hope, nay, ridonkulous awesomeness. Last year, I was addicted to Animal Collective’s mind-blowingly special gem, Merriweather Post Pavillion. And about a year later, another album in the same sonically distorted vein has come to be—Toro y Moi’s Causers Of This. Does this mean there’s a new psychedelic electro-noise experiment genre?! Dang, music is so exciting sometimes. After that act, it was hard for Lil Wayne, Soft Pack, and Nick Jonas to follow, but alas, they’re all brand shiny new this week and they deserve a chance to dance, romance, and entrance. So, let’s get into the groove, after the jump! Keep reading »