“It’s amazing! She’s just a badass. I saw her yesterday, and she spanked me—always keeping me on my toes. She’s the sickest.”
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Eminem has a new video featuring the latest track off his Recovery album, “Love the Way You Lie.” The mini-movie stars actress Megan Fox and actor Dominic Monaghan as two lovers in a relationship that’s too hot to handle. Rihanna sings the hook while the couple’s love turns into abuse and their metaphorical house goes up in flames. Love it? Hate it? Tell us in the comments. Keep reading »
“It’s taking up way more time than my tour. It’s so much pressure. Her wedding is probably going to be the best wedding I’ve ever been to and now I have to match the bachelorette party to that … I could have balloons and Disney characters there and she’ll still make it wild. That’s just Katy Perry. There’s no way around that with her.”
– Rihanna is going all-out in planning Katy Perry’s bachelorette party — she’s also a bridesmaid in her wedding. Hey RiRi, Katy’s already made one request; she wants you to strip! [Access Hollywood] Keep reading »
In 1997, you couldn’t have paid me to go to Lilith Fair. Sarah McLachlan, Paula Cole, the Indigo Girls—all undeniably talented, but not even slightly to my taste. What was up with all the emo singer/songwriters? And, ugh, were they really using an image of a naked woman with a flower growing out of her head as their logo? No, that summer I was too excited to see Hole, Devo, and Beck at Lollapalooza to ever give the hippie dippiness of Lilith Fair a chance. Ditto for every summer until the concept of the all-female music festival fizzled out in 1999.
But then this year, Sarah McLachlan announced a rebooted Lilith Fair. The concept was the same but the lineup was truly off the hook, spanning a huge number of genres, ages, tastes, and aesthetics. For the top 40 lover, there’s Rihanna and Ke$ha. For indie rockers, there’s the Gossip, Metric, and Tegan and Sara. On the R&B tip, Mary J. Blige, Queen Latifah, and Erykah Badu. Not to mention my personal ’80s favorite—The Bangles. Keep reading »