Handing in your resignation is never fun, especially when you’re worried about getting proper references from your boss. But if you want to leave an impression on your former employees, then why not hire a bunch of singers to do it for you?
Filmed for The Steve Harvey Show, this man decided to quit his coffee show job in style by organizing a group of Motown singers to do his dirty work for him.
Sure, this is cute. But going through all this trouble makes me wonder just how terrible his job really was.
Selena Gomez is only 19 years old, but she is already an A-list performer, and her boyfriend Justin Bieber is arguably the most famous person in the world. However in a recent interview, Selena says she sometimes thinks about leaving Hollywood.
“I am so, so lucky to have the fans that I do,” she said. “But I have thought about my life being different. [Trips away from Hollywood are] really fun to be able to see that environment. [It makes] me think about how different my life could have been if I chose a different route and didn’t do what I do. It would be interesting, but I think I love my music and everything else too much to give it up!”
If she gave up Hollywood, she may also be giving up a ton of money, and let’s not forget Justin Bieber. You have a good deal Selena, don’t mess it up!
T-Pain is vowing that he will never use Auto-Tune again, reports AllHipHop.com.
The rapper and producer told the hip hop site exclusively that he will never use Auto-Tune in his music again. Auto-tune is the singing effect that T-Pain made famous, which digitally makes voices sing on key.
It often makes them sound like a robot, too.
“I vow right here, right now, to never use Auto-Tune again,” said T-Pain in a statement. “I’m onto something that I think is bigger and better called ‘The T-Pain Effect.’”
No, he isn’t being funny or ironic. The rapper actually plans to develop a sound called “The T-Pain Effect.” He has reportedly partnered with Izotope, an audio technology company, to produce this so-called new effect.
T-Pain without Auto-Tune is like Lindsay Lohan without drugs or Arnold Schwarzenegger without secret love child’s. It’s just so bizarre. The man has an iTunes app that Auto-Tune’s peoples voice, for goodness sake. We’ll see if this lasts, because it’s kind of the only thing going for him at the moment.
’90210′ star AnnaLynne McCord recently spoke out about finishing her third season and revealed she wants to leave the show.
“Honestly, after about three years on a show, you’re like, ‘Thank you very much for giving me a step up. Now can I go do movies?’ We love our job and we love our fans especially, but you’re always ready for that moment when you can break free. Being on a show is awesome. You have guaranteed work, it’s wonderful and the money is great, but at the same time you miss out on projects. There have been several movies I couldn’t do, and I really loved the script and wanted to be a part of them, and it just didn’t happen because I was working on the show. There’s always the ying and yang of it.”
Wow, the girl doesn’t hold back.
Does anyone even watch ’90210′ anymore? I could understand why she would want to jump off a sinking ship, but I have a feeling her network executives won’t be too happy about the statement. Maybe they’ll make her sign up for three more years out of spite.
Remember when Mischa Barton complained about being on ‘The O.C?’ They killed her off and her career went down the toilet. So I’d watch what you say, McCord.
Hugh Laurie is set to quit ‘House,’ reports CTV.
The British actor, who plays Dr. Gregory House in the medical drama, thinks his run on the show will soon come to an end after shooting on the eighth season concludes this summer.
“The end of that season, right now looks like the end of the show. Well, that’s as far as they’ve got me for,” said Laurie.
Of all things, the 51-year-old star is now focusing on his debut solo blues album ‘Let Them Talk,’ which he is promoting with performances throughout Europe this month.
“The acting muscles don’t know what they’re doing, actually. Perhaps they should, but they don’t. There’s very little about this. I don’t know maybe there’s a repetitive action in music — if you do your scales and your fingers are nimble, then there are certain things you just know you can do without too much difficulty.”
“Acting for some reason isn’t like that. It doesn’t become automated in quite the same way.”
Hugh, who moved to Los Angeles for the show in 2003, recently admitted he was surprised at the success of ‘House’ but was growing disillusioned with it. ”I never thought this would last seven years, just two weeks I thought. I get tired of getting up at four in the morning. Some days are harder than others.”
I can’t imagine the show without him as the antagonistic Dr. House, so I’m pretty sure if he leaves the show will end. I never liked the show, I personally found him a very annoying character, but I’m sure many will be saddened by this news.
Billboard.com is reporting that hours after the annoucement, Enrique is bailing on the tour that is scheduled to begin in June. The details of why he’s dropping out are still unclear.
Any ideas why he is bailing on Britney?
TMZ reports that staff on the tour made it clear that if A.J. didn’t seek treatment that they would quit. Apparently his actions have become so out of control that on a recent Backstreet Boys fan cruise, several passengers lodged complaints and some even demanded refunds.
According to the TMZ story, A.J. and his entourage acted like “drunken fools” for the five day trip.
But that’s not the only problem. A.J.’s behavior on a day to day basis has become increasingly difficult. During rehearsals even more people have threatened to quit because of A.J.
Nevertheless McLean is back in rehab and hopefully the BSB train can continue.
Sitcom television isn’t having much luck – and it looks like Steve Carell is following in the footsteps of Charlie Sheen. Yes, it’s true – there may be no Michael Scott in the popular sitcom The Office after next season.
During an interview with BBC, Carell dropped the horrible bomb that he may not be re-signing his contract next year.
When the interviewer asked, “How long will you stay with The Office for? How many more [seasons]? How long does your contract run?” Carell responded, “Contract through next season.”
When he was asked “And will you stay after that?” the 47-year-old actor responded, “I don’t think so. I think that will probably be my last year.”
Well, at least he said, “think,” so there may still be hope. Perhaps it was part of a negotiation tactic, and Michael Scott will alive and well in the Scranton branch. NBC has yet to comment on the interview.
It is almost impossible to imagine The Office without the immature, inappropriate and absolutely hilarious Michael Scott.
Well Kevin has had enough. Although rumors had been flying, the musician confirmed he is calling it quits from “The Tonight Show.”
“After 18 years, I just need a change of pace and see what else is going on,” Eubanks said. Back in February, NBC confirmed that Eubanks was ready leave.
“But it’s a really difficult decision because this has become my second home, as it has been for the band, and I love the audience and the American people really love the show and it’s been a wonderful experience to be here,” he added.
“It has been a pleasure,” Leno said. “You’ve been a great friend and really supportive. When those jokes die, I gotta look to you man.”
“I thought about this and it wasn’t that difficult,” replied Eubanks. ” After 18 years of playing America in to commercials, I’m gonna go somewhere where I can finish a song.”
Tonight may be the last episode Charlie Sheen films for his hit show “Two and a Half Men.” Sheen told PEOPLE in a statement about his decision to call it quits.
“Much speculation and rumor has arisen from my current status surrounding Two and a Half Men,” Sheen tells PEOPLE in a statement that addresses recent reports on the star’s alleged 11th-hour salary negotiations, his willingness to walk away from the show and his life after the series.
“All of the numbers reported in the press are false. Claims from ‘inside sources’ regarding offers from the studio as well as my salary, on their best day, are without merit. Approaching the start of the current season and as far back as June ‘09, I submitted my terms for season eight to Warner Bros. and CBS respectfully.
“Both parties have known the score for over a year. In no way, has this been a hasty or negligent eleventh hour surprise. I offer this information out of love and respect to my crew, my on-set family, my writers, executive staff, as well as my real family, my dear friends and my loyal fans. We tape the final episode of the season this evening.
“If tonight’s show is the end for me as Charlie Harper, so be it. Another journey has begun. I take from the experience 161 shows filled with a kaleidoscope of amazing experiences, memories, friendships and gratitude. I remain humbly inspired. – C. Sheen”
For the loud-mouthed nature of Aerosmith’s frontman Steven Tyler, the news that he has quit the band is being kept pretty quiet. So quiet even Joe Perry, his bandmate of 40 years, hardly knows what’s going on, according to the Guardian UK.
Perry told the Las Vegas Sun, “Steven quit as far as I can tell.”
The speculation follows a statement from Tyler to Classic Rock Magazine that he is embarking on a new project, that is working on “Brand Tyler.”
There is no news on the band’s website, but Perry took to Twitter to lament the loss of his frontman.
“Hasn’t called me in months. A bit cold. What about fans? The people that also love him and put him where he is. After 40 years? …Last time I phoned him he hung up on me,” Perry wrote.