I mean she looks terrified. Not just here, but all the time. Why is that? It’s like the face her grandma would make after hearing the lyrics to that new song “Swine.” Continue reading “Lady Gaga Rubs Against Joseph Gordon-Levitt For Retro, Christmas-Themed Body Heat”
Barbara Walters’ list of the Most Fascinating People of 2012 is out and two of the choices are baffling. Out of Ben Affleck, Hillary Clinton, One Direction, Chris Christie, Gabby Douglas, E.L. James and Seth MacFarlane, who do you think I’m talking about?
If you have to ask, we’re not on speaking terms. E.L. James and One Direction of course, though I have to say, Barbara Walters or whoever compiles this crap is not to blame.
Rock authority Rolling Stone was never to blame for suddenly putting the Backstreet Boys on the cover, it was simply what was popular at the time and came with a sort of unspoken apology. Continue reading “Barbara Walters Names Hillary Clinton, One Direction ‘Most Fascinating People””
The Lady Gaga Thanksgiving special on ABC was, very surprising. Not because Lady Gaga wore strange and scandalous outfits or jumped in a mud puddle while licking a crucifix. It was surprising because it was so so…tame.
The high-budget affair, which aired from 9:30-11:00 p.m. averaged about 5.4 million viewers. Sadly things like Fox’s Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas special beat Ms. Germanotta who sang hits like “Born This Way,” “You And I,” “Edge Of Glory,” “Bad Romance,” “Hair” and “Marry The Night.” She also sang “White Christmas,” taking it upon herself to add a verse about a snowman to the classic.