The Expendables 2 is probably one of the manliest movies out now theatres, but whether you’re a guy or a girl..beware of the following:
1. It’s so manly it will make you pregnant.
2. Ladies, it’s gunna put hair on your chest.
3. Weekly supply of vitamin guns (definitely more like to last a lifetime)
4. “Stop looking at cat videos.” Oops that’s totally us.
If this video doesn’t convince you enough, Crews also told @Jordans_life on the red carpet for the premiere, “If you were raised by a single mom, you’re about to have a daddy right now.”
Al Roker seemed to have a moment on The Today Show this morning after his co-host Savannah Guthrie demonstrated how high school students awkwardly dance far apart at co-ed shindigs. She grabbed Matt Lauer and slow danced shoulder-width apart, explaining: ”Like they say in Catholic school, leave room for the Holy Ghost.”
That’s when Al Roker made an awesome face and held it FOREVER. How long can he hold the same face? And what was he thinking? Points for whoever writes the perfect thought caption.
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If anyone could get Rihanna to talk about her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown, it was OBVS Oprah. O is basically a therapist who hypnotizes victims into sharing their deepest feelings. I’m pretty sure she carries tear gas to make her interviewees cry. Sheer talent.
RiRi appeared on Oprah’s Next Chapter for a heartfelt interview filmed in Barbados, in which she reveals she’s still vey close to Chris Brown. Since lifting the restraining order on him, the two have been working on their friendship. ”We’re very, very close friends,” she told Oprah.
I have to say, writing about Rihanna and Chris Brown these days is a very hard task. The rumours that we usually encounter from Twitter and gossip websites are usually fabricated and spun until they don’t resemble a kernel of truth. That’s why we’re not really entitled to form any judgements about their relationship… not to mention, you really shouldn’t form judgements about ANYONE’s relationships.
Still, you have to appreciate that Rihanna was candid in her interview with Oprah. Plus, she made a good point about the danger of labelling someone who legitimately needs help a “monster.” She said: “I just felt like…he made that mistake because he needs help. And who’s going to help him?…Everyone’s going to say he’s a monster without looking at the source. And I was more concerned about him.”
Watch some of the clips below:
I’m pretty sure this was my exact reaction to the following movies: Bambi, Dumbo, My Dog Skip, Marley and Me, War Horse (the latter was just last year and I soaked through 17 tissues — I counted). Usually my kryptonite is ANY MOVIE with animals but these kids are a little more sensitive to their own mortality, as expressed through “feel good movie” The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
I feel slightly sadistic laughing at the two brothers, whose parents recorded them on the ride home from the theatre. It’s probably so funny because we’ve all been there.
What movie always gets you?
My dog and I have this whole skit. We both imagine we’re both cowboys in a gunfight and when I point my fake guns toward him (my two hands) and say BANG! BANG! he falls onto his back and rolls over. Although it never fails to amuse friends and family, the trick isn’t all that original and tons of dogs can do it. However, I’ve never seen a kitten play dead on command. That’s a first for me.
Why can’t all cats be this encouraging?
In his spare time, 18-year-old Curtis Golden plays computer games, reads comics and collects figurines of superheroes. He describes himself as the “stereotypical nerd.” Spurred by his sisters, he also became a huge Spice Girls fan, which is why he was probably all the more nervous to audition for X-Factor UK in front of band member Mel B.
Unfortunately, Mel B branded his unexpected, countrified performance of Christina Aguilera’s “Candyman” as “annoying and irritating.” His Spice Girls memorabilia wasn’t enough to win Mel B over but his unique performance was enough to get me.
According to Metro UK, the contestant was too shy to audition in previous years but finally decided to go for it after surviving a serious car accident. He told them that after something like that happens, “you kind of stop giving a c**p.”
Watch below to see if he ended up getting through.
It all started cute and innocent. “This is when puppies attack,” the girl behind the camera jokes. When the puppies are released they slowly advance and “attack” with kisses and fluffy tails. Suddenly, things take a turn for the worst but we’re not really sure why. The man starts making sounds of pain before the camera is cut out. In fact, they weren’t kissing him — they were getting ready to DESTROY HIM.
In T.I.’s new video for “Go Get It” we see how much things have changed for Tip, who shows what life was like pre and post fame.
The Alex Nazari-video starts with T.I. begrudgingly waking up to the sound of his ceiling fan in his regular bedroom. The scene juxtaposes with him rolling over in a king sized bed with three ladies in lingerie. Basically, pre-fame T.I. swam in community pools and drove rundown cars. Post-fame T.I. swims in his massive outdoor pool and drives a beautiful, sleek ride.
The song is from his forthcoming album Trouble Man.
A list of things that are awkward:
1. When you’re singing Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” in the car and realize your windows are open and the family in the van next to you is laughing.
2. When you close an embarrassing window on your laptop a little too late so your colleague sees you’re watching Jersey Shore during work hours.
3. This music video for Emily.
SEASON 6 SPOILERS AHEAD. NO SERIOUSLY. MEGA SPOLERS BELOW.
At the end of last season’s Dexter, we were left with a MAJOR cliffhanger when Deb walked in on Dexter plunging a knife into the Doomsday Killer. Of course, her therapist helped her discover she’s in love with Dexter. So as if finding out your brother is a murderer isn’t hard enough, she figures out that she’s in love with yet ANOTHER killer.
Season 7 will definitely rest on the delicate relationship between Dex and Deb. Both of them will deal with serious questions over right and wrong and whether protecting family comes above all else.
Check out the newly released trailer for season 7. It will return on Sept. 30.
Watch it here:
By Jasmine Williams
After a two-week hiatus for another popular televised competition (wink wink), So You Think You Can Dance is finally back! And following on the heels of the USA’s stellar performance in said competition, the pressure is certainly on for the Top 14 to deliver.
This week, the dancers are faced with the monumentally nerve-wracking task this week of recreating Emmy-winning choreographer/resident goddess Mia Michael’s routines from previous seasons while keeping in mind the fact that four of them will be going home almost immediately afterward. You can’t see it, but I’m sympathy-sweating right now. But, the SYTYCD-geek in me can’t wait to see those old routines!
Here are my favourite moments from this week’s episode:
1. Michael Nunn and Billy TrevittWhile I love a celebrity guest judge, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson is my new BFF (though he doesn’t know it yet), I love it even more when they bring in the professionals. The “Ballet Boys” had some really enlightening comments and added a nice balance to the campiness of Mary’s shouting and Nigel’s slightly-lecherous old man commentary. Who else cringed when he mentioned “Fifty Shades of Grey”? Also, I thought it was adorable (albeit slightly pretentious) how they didn’t know any of the routines or who SYTYCD alum
Titch Twitch was.
2. Holy props, Batman
Mia Michaels’ group performance had everything: rope climbing, roses, girls in hoop skirts, and a single, stolen kiss. While it was almost overwhelming at times, the dancers’ pulled it off flawlessly, swinging from those ropes like Gothic Victorian Tarzans. Yes, that’s a thing. Well, now it is.
3. Janelle and Dareian’s Bed routine Read more…
YouTuber Daym Drops set a new standard for online food reviewers in April when he uploaded a video of him reviewing Five Guys Burgers and Fries. It was only a matter of time before his well rounded review was auto-tuned by the Internet.
The Songify/Gregory Brothers songified the review in “Oh My Dayum,” so you can praise the greasy goodness with him.
You’ve been doing it wrong your WHOLE LIFE. Tip: Watch to the end when he brings in more advanced ingredients like chocolate milk and peanut butter. The so-called Featureman usually does piano and financial tutorials but he took a break for this very important lesson, intended for watermelon students. Does he remind anyone of Community’s Leonard?
ANDPOP is live streaming an interview with music duo Karmin TODAY, in partnership with YouTube. @Jordans_Life will ask artists Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan all your burning questions in an interview and they’ll also perform in front of the lucky winners of our Karmin contest.
Make sure to tune in tonight at 7 pm ET for the live interview and performance on ANDPOP.com!
Back when One Direction was filming the music video for “What Makes You Beautiful” on a sunny beach in Malibu (must be nice), they sat down on the sand, gathered Kumbaya-style and sang Oasis’ classic “Wonderwall.”
In the video, Niall sits on a cooler playing the guitar like Noel Gallagher in his flashy aviators, while they all harmonize in front of the surf. The video is kind of retro One Direction (check out Liam’s hair!) but it’s still a good cover to wrap up this last bit of summer.
Their rendition has received harsh criticism from 1D haters who say British music has descended from the likes of The Beatles and Oasis to One Direction. @supersonicyy0uth tweeted: “one direction have covered Oasis is that why it’s raining so much, the sky is crying?”
You guys!! China has it’s very own version of The Voice and they discovered a teenage girl who could become a new Adele. She sang the British powerhouse’s “Someone Like You” and stunned the judges, some of whom fought back tears. All four judges turned their chairs around.
Do you think she compares?
A$AP Rocky drops his latest single and video for “Purple Kisses,” that will be released on his newest mix-tape Lord$ Never Worry on August 28. But that’s not all, he’ll also be coming out with his solo project in September. Looks like fall will be the season of Rocky.
The video is pretty chill and super laid-back (like any rap video), with tons of girls, smoking, alcohol, and giving the viewer a glossy eye effect.
Watch the video here: