Today is the day, Smurfs 2 is released! We’ve got a case of the blues and we are love, love, loving it. To celebrate those adorable, tiny, mushroom inhabitants of our childhood dreams (and sometimes nightmares), let’s take a look at some real-life smurfs and smurfettes. For starters, beloved Britney Spears, who sings “Ooh La La” on the movie’s soundtrack, is a petite 5’4″. See who else made our smurf-a-like list!
What do One Direction‘s fans think of Zayn Malik‘s latest tatto? Justin Timberlake drops a NSFW video for his new single, and David Hasselhoff tries to get back in the music game (with hilarious results).
Nothing says July 4th like a healthy dose of fireworks. In light of our nation’s independence, we’re invoking good ol’ fashion democracy to determine if bigger sparks fly in Kelis‘ “Fourth of July (Fireworks)” or Katy Perry’s “Firework”. Vote now to tell us which patriotic babe blows you away. Read more…
Everyone knows the only way to heal a broken heart is to channel your emotions into an epic break up song. Some get their rage out screaming along with Alanis Morissette‘s “You Oughta Know,” while others opt for a more wistful sound, like Adele‘s “Someone Like You.”
But what about the songs themselves? Who inspired our favorite break up ballads? Did Russell Brand really prompt Katy Perry to pen “Part of Me?” And is “Cry Me A River” about Justin Timberlake‘s break up with Britney Spears? Which of your favorite break up songs are about true love gone wrong–and which were just born out of a lucky studio session?
How did Kid Cudi find an “uncle” in crooner Michael Bolton? Why is Noel Gallagher saying that there’s another David Bowie album in the works? And is Katy Perry ditching her old producing team on her new album?
It would appear that Katy Perry and John Mayer have called it quits. People reports that even though they just spent a romantic getaway in Montana earlier this month, the two are living separate lives. No one knows the direct cause of the split, but over St. Patrick’s Day weekend, Perry took to twitter to air out her feelings via Daughter‘s song “Landslide”–which contains the lyrics “I want you so much, but I hate your guts I hate you.” But given the timing of the break up, we’d like to offer that maybe John Mayer’s own song, “St. Patrick’s Day”, is the couple’s perfect break up tune.