Colts’ Cheerleaders Shave Their Heads in Honor of Coach Pagano

Dozens of Colts players, including Adam Vinatieri and Andrew Luck, shaved their heads earlier this month in honor of coach Chuck Pagano and his struggle with leukemia. Two cheerleaders followed in the team’s heartwarming footsteps during the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the Bills after fans donated $22,000 to cancer research, shaving their locks and smiling about it afterward.

“I’ve just had personal experiences with people who have had cancer,” Megan M. (right) told a reporter.

“I’ve had mentors and family members and volunteer at Riley and met little girls who have lost their hair and beat cancer multiple times.”  Continue reading “Colts’ Cheerleaders Shave Their Heads in Honor of Coach Pagano”

Madonna’s ‘Give Me All Your Luvin’ Video Rips Off Everything And Is Better Than Nothing

In some sick way it brings me great joy to tell you that the new Madonna video (and song) is suckish. From a marketing standpoint it’s still a bad idea, but must have seemed like a good one.

Certainly her “people” figured it would be brilliant to release it on time for The Super Bowl, especially since it features a bunch of brutes in red jerseys holding umbrellas over her head, which surely would have otherwise melted into the street like a discarded burrito.

Madonna’s “cheerleaders,” Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., have both had better videos in recent years, especially M.I.A. with “Bad Girls” which is far superior and came out only a few days earlier. Why M.I.A. has a higher budget for special effects is beyond me. Madge seems to have spent about $3,000 total. Continue reading “Madonna’s ‘Give Me All Your Luvin’ Video Rips Off Everything And Is Better Than Nothing”