Last week we were slack jawed over news that Robert Planet allegedly tore up an $800 million contract to reunite with Led Zeppelin. They say everyone has their price, and we can say without hesitation, that ours is well below $800 million dollars. Even though Plant later admitted that he greatly exaggerated the number, history is peppered with musicians who, for many reasons, have refused to sell out.
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Ciara has been through a lot this year, having given birth to a beautiful baby and announcing her split from baby daddy Future (because of the whole cheating thing…). But despite these stresses, she’s managed to become more fabulous than ever! Indeed, her Instagram account is like her own personal issue of Vogue, featuring gorgeous photos of her posing in high fashion brands, contorting and smizing in ways that would leave Tyra Banks speechless.
What kind of a world would we live in if we couldn’t make everything a comparative study of Disney Princesses? A terrible, joyless world that this writer wants no part of, of course! And given that we exist in said Disney Princess analogizing world, what better way to celebrate the release of Taylor Swift‘s new album 1989 than by telling you which song would be which Disney Princess if each song were to be a Disney Princess?
Musicians are the beefiest bunch out there, always slinging mud at one another, so sometimes it’s hard to keep up with who’s pissed at who. But sometimes there’s beef that’s so random and weird you forget that it actually happened. Like Coolio getting super mad at Weird Al Yankovic. Seriously, who even gets mad at Weird Al Yankovic?!
The folks at South Park do not mess around. When they parody someone, they go all out. And with famous musicians, there’s just so much fodder. You remember the Kanye West “gay fish” saga (which we’re pretty sure Kanye is still moody about). Show writers Trey Parker and Matt Stone can literally never run out of musicians to parody because, like Yeezy, musicians will always do things that warrant parodying. Hell, even if they don’t, South Park will parody them anyway. The latest musician to find themselves on the SP chopping block is VH1 You Oughta Know superstar Lorde, who unlike Kayne, has been a very good sport about it all.
But Kayne and Lorde aren’t the only ones to get the cartoon treatment. Jennifer Lopez has been a hand puppet, Bono has been a giant turd, Barbara Streisand has been a dinosaur, Celine Dion was married to Terence (of Terence and Philip fame) and Stevie Nicks joined Fleetwood Mac as a goat. When you put it like that, Lorde got off pretty easy. Unfortunately, we couldn’t fit all the wonderful musician cameos on SP into this list (there’s SO many!), so instead we’ve made a list of the best musician parodies from the shows’ 18 seasons.
We’ve always wondered what Miley Cyrus would be like in bed. Haven’t you? Since she’s come into her own as a brashly sexy adult woman, little else has been on our minds. Lucky for us, Miley Cyrus has a penchant for showing off her in-bed antics on her social media accounts. On both her Instagram and Twitter accounts Miley’s favorite sort of selfie seems to be the kind taken while she’s on her back, reclining on a mattress. As such, we’ve learned a lot about what Miley Cyrus is like in bed.
But the bedtime fun does stop at social media — Miley’s got a penchant for bed even in her music videos, from “Who Owns My Heart” to “Adore You.” Even her recent TV spot on Two And A Half Men had her in bed with Ashton Kutcher. Sometimes she’s dressed, sometimes she’s not; but the most important thing we can take away from this all is that we now know exactly what Miley Cyrus is like in bed.
From the moments when she’s sleepy to the moments when she’s jazzed, we’ve got all Miley’s intimate in-bed moments so we can piece together exactly what it would be like to be in bed with Miley. And who doesn’t want to be in bed with Miley?
Skimpy outfits and music videos go together like, well, skimpy outfits and music videos. But there’s daring to bear and there’s bringing the sex to the screen, and our list of the 20 sexiest uses of lingerie in music videos is embracing the the raunchiest, most glamorous, most salacious lingerie ensembles ever to grace pop music. We’re talking the real deal too — no boring, elastic waistband knickers, just push up bras and the finest silks.
From the pioneering Madonna, to the gratuitous Beyoncé; from the simulated self-loving Miley to the ultimate in lingerie costumes from Moulin Rouge‘s “Lady Marmalade,” you might want to be alone as you flick through this gallery. Because let’s be real, the gallery isn’t the only thing you’ll be flicking. Bordering at times on soft core pornography, these ladies’ lingerie ensembles toe the line between class and sex, adding an element of tastefulness to the taboo.
With lacy bras for bouncing boobies, Brazilian cut panties, elaborate corsets and snapable suspenders holding up thigh high tights, these ladies make underwear look a whole lot more fantastic than your huge cotton Bridget Jones knickers. We mean, this is the kind of underwear you’d be hand washing separately — these sets are way too good for the machine. So go forth boldly, and just try to keep it in your pants as you admire these sexy ladies in their super sexy lingerie get ups.
As it turns out, “on a chair” is an incredibly sexy place to dance. Who would have thought that such a commonplace, household object, could inspire such passionate, lusty movement? With Britney Spears as its ultimate proponent (you’ll see), the chair dance is a ubiquitous part of music video choreography.
It might be cold outside but we’re done complaining. Instead, we’re heating things up with our favorite desert set music videos. The desert is about a clichéd a place as any to set a music video, and while the desert was super big in the videos of the 90s, it’s still favored for the cheesier, more epic videos of today (see: Britney Spears‘ “Work Bitch” AND “Not A Girl But Not Yet A Woman”).
One body part that sadly hasn’t got a lot of traction since the later 90s/early 00s is the stomach. So when we were compiling our list of the best abdominals in music, we did a lot of looking back to the era of pube skimming hipster pants and crop tops. And there were a lot of them — for guys and girls alike.