Ack! My head is exploding! Here’s a clip of “Burlesque” star Christina Aguilera singing “I Am A Good Girl” about how she gets her Chanel dress, her YSL shoes, Dior purse and other goodies from being, duh, “a good girl.” Ugh. Burlesque performers aren’t whores, you know. (Nothing against whores, I’m just sayin’ that Dita Von Teese probably would not appreciate her line of work being compared to a prostitute and/or kept woman.) Please, please, puh-leeze don’t butcher burlesque for me, Xtina! [YouTube] Keep reading »
Before he was starring in “The Social Network” — and even before he was bringing sexy (and fedoras) back — Justin Timberlake
used to be in a little boy band with a few other friends. Perhaps you remember them? N*Sync ruled the charts, and our hearts, with their poppy dance numbers, sweet ballads and perfectly choreographed dance numbers. In this video for the band’s 2000 hit song, “Bye Bye Bye,” Justin and the boys lash out against former manager (and creepy dude) Lou Perlman—the song and video a metaphor for no longer being under the thumb of their controlling ex-manager. Deep! [YouTube
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Bust out your pom-poms, ‘cause tonight is “Hellcats” night! Since The Frisky’s own Kate Torgovnick happens to be an expert on college cheerleading—after all, the show is based on her book CHEER!: Inside the Secret World of College Cheerleaders—every Wednesday we have her sound off on how the show stacks up to reality.
For the past few weeks, it’s seemed like Marti has been welcomed with open arms into the Hellcats crew. But now that Savannah has discovered that Marti and Dan lost their virginity to each other back in the day, all of a sudden Marti is back to being an outsider.
Which raises the question—when is a newbie officially taken into the fold of a cheerleading squad? Keep reading »
Our invitations to Tina Fey‘s reception last night at the Kennedy Center, where she received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, must have gotten lost in the mail. The best of the best came out for Tina — Betty White, Steve Carell, Seth Meyers, Lorne Michaels — but Amy Poehler totally burst our bubble on what it took for this “SNL”/”30 Rock” star to succeed: “a little luck and tons of plastic surgery.” Ha! [Washington Post] Keep reading »
Maybe you remember last year’s hit craze, “Kittens, Inspired by Kittens
“? Well, this is its follow-up: “Cats Inspired By Kittens Inspired by Kittens,” a lighthearted parody which offers even more cheeky hilarity in the form of narrated photos of cats. [YouTube
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