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5 Things A Single Woman Should Always Have In Her Bag

Most women carry a pocketbook, a bag, a purse, or whatever they may choose to call it. Aside from the basic necessities, such as a phone, planner, wallet, and an iPod, a single woman requires her own set of must-haves. Being single is all about being independent, enjoying life alone, and, if you’re ready, finding the right someone to have fun with. But while the single life may be spontaneous sometimes, a little preparation goes a long way. It’s hard to enjoy yourself if you’re worried about something, right? Here are the five simple things a single woman should always carry with her, so there’s never an excuse not to make the best out of the single life. Keep reading »

Liza Minnelli Singing “Single Ladies” In “Sex and The City 2″ Is Heinous. Heinous!

Cover your ears, children: here’s the audio of Liza Minnelli performing Beyoncé‘s song “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” in “Sex and The City 2.” Damnnnn, somebody better get fired over this! It sounds like klezmer. I’m sorry, but I’d rather watch those little girls dressed like hoochies do the “Single Ladies” dance on YouTube for a million years than listen to this song again. [Vanity Fair] Keep reading »

“Single Ladies” Tots Have Danced “Sexy” Before


They’re baaaaack! Remember the little girls who did that super amazing but sorta sexy dance to Beyonce’s “Single Ladies,” and people went nuts over whether it was appropriate or not? Well, their parents hit the morning shows last week saying the dance performance (posted on YouTube) was “taken out of context.” However, it turns out that that was not the first time that gang of 7-year-olds donned sparkly tube tops and popped their booties on stage. Behold, the sexiest take on “My Boyfriend’s Back” that I’ve ever heard/seen. Look, the sucky thing about this “scandal” is that it’s detracting from the fact that these girls are amazzzzing dancers, so skilled at such a young age that if they were to continue their studies, they could seriously go on to professional careers. And some might argue, myself included, that the over-the-top sexiness of some of the moves (and the costumes) are not only inappropriate for their age but distracting from their talent as well. What do you think? [PopEater] Keep reading »

Little Girls Tear It Up To “Single Ladies”


I took dance lessons when I was a kid. I wasn’t very good, and looking back at the Sears Portrait Studio-style snapshots of me, all gussied up in my sequins and garish makeup, I realize I looked pretty ridiculous too. I — and the rest of my jazz dance class — were never ever as, um, advanced as the little 7-year-olds performing Beyonce’s “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” in the video above. I want to be clear: these gals can dance. They’ve got the moves. But, like, isn’t this song a little weird for children to be dancing to? They’re doing some of the original Bob Fosse moves, but the rest of it is full of gyrating and rather stripper-y. And what’s up with the bordello crop tops and panties? Oy. Keep reading »

Little Boy Reduced To Tears Because He’s Not A Single Lady


Reposting now that we’ve found an embed link that works!

The other day, we were all dancing around The Frisky offices with “Single Ladies” on blast, and then Wendy was like, “Hey, Amelia, you’re not a single lady,” even though she is, and then Amelia, well, her reaction was the same as the kid in this video. So, we had to reassure her that, yes, she was a single lady, and then she was like, “OK!” and she got happy again, and we all went back to dancing between uploading posts. Did I mention that I love my job? Afterward, we felt like bad parents, but then everybody ate cupcakes, and everything was fine. ‘Nother day at the office, kids. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Check Out This “Single Ladies” Motown Version


Just when we thought there couldn’t possibly be any more “Single Ladies” tribute videos, we see this one, which, frankly, blows all the others out of the water. [via NYmag.com] Keep reading »

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