Who knew pairing up Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea together would yield something Gwen Stefani might’ve recorded a decade ago. Seriously, this sounds like “Hollaback” 2.0, which might not necessarily be a bad thing.
“Pretty Girls,” not surprisingly, leaked days before its official release. It’s more urban pop than club banger. It’s not what I expected from the duo, but I’m kinda liking it. With the loyal fanbases of both ladies, this will surely be a contender for 2015 Song of the Summer honors.
Reportedly, Little Mix recorded a demo but ditched it. If this becomes a huge smash, I’m sure the British quartet might be a little upset. Oh well, at least they have songwriting credits on the track. That’s where the real money is at, right?
I can’t wait to see the accompanying music video which was inspired by the ’80s cult comedy Earth Girls Are Easy. Give it a listen below. No fuglies allowed. This is only for the pretties ;)
American Crime Story is easily one of FOX’s most highly-anticipated new series. The new Ryan Murphy anthology will tackle the trail of the century for its first outing. The casting alone has been incredible.
American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson features a star-studded cast which includes Cuba Gooding Jr. as the Juice, Sarah Paulson as Marcia Clarke, David Schwimmer as Robert Kardashian, John Travolta as Robert Shapiro, Courtney B. Vance as Johnnie Cochran, and Connie Britton as the morally-corrupt (RHOBH) Faye Resnick. Former Dallas star Jordana Brewster is the latest addition. Find out what role she’s playing below.
For this week’s Sport Stud, we’re featuring Luke Shaw, an English professional soccer player who plays as a left-back for Manchester United and the England national team. He played in the 2014 FIFA World Cup and was the youngest player to play in the tournament that year.
Over the last two months, Shaw has been trying to recover from a groin injury and this week it was decided that he was going to have to now miss the handful of games in order to fully recover. His next match may not be until July 17 in Seattle when they United begins it’s pre-season tour in the United States.
Check out his sexy, bootylicious pictures and video below.
With Looking officially kaput, save for a wrap-up movie special, I need a new group of gays to live vicariously through. Hunting Season just might be it. As much as I like to think I’m still in my twenties, reality is, I’m not.
I never caught the first season, but after checking out the web series’ second season trailer, my interest has been piqued. I liked Looking, but this is what the HBO dramedy should’ve been.
Hunting Season comes from the creative mind of Jon Marcus whose credits include working on Party Monster, Boys Don’t Cry and a half a dozen television pilots. Ben Baur plays the series protagonist. Think a young gay Carrie Bradshaw minus the shoe fetish. He, too, also writes about sex.
Season 2 debuts on May 5 on Vimeo On Demand. Following episodes will premiere every Tuesday for four weeks thereafter. Check out the trailer below.
Season 2 Synopsis
Figuring out what you want in your late 20s is hard enough but does keeping a secret sex blog help sort out your feelings or just remind you of all of your mistakes? For Alex (Ben Baur), incredible self-awareness in the face of endless possibility is a double-edged sword, and when he runs into someone from his past who makes him question his choices, he decides it’s time to make some changes. His two best friends are going through their own turmoil as well, as Tommy (Mark Sinoway) confronts someone who despises him and everything he stands for, and TJ (Jake Manabat) and his husband Will explore non-monogamy in their marriage.
Vin Diesel takes a momentary break driving fast cars to stop an uprising of witches for his new movie, The Last Witch Hunter.
The 47-year-old actor (he looks great for his age) is an immortal witch hunter, the last of his kind. Set in modern day New York, he is tasked with the job of coming between the covens of New York City and their goal to destroy humanity by way of a horrific plague. In order to accomplish this he must partner up with a beautiful female witch (Rose Leslie), something that he thought he would never do.
Elijah Wood and Michael Caine also star in the film. The Breck Eisner-directed film hits theaters on October 23. Just in time for Halloween. Check out the trailer below.
MNEK first caught my attention when he delivered a wicked dance cover of Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles” featuring an interpolation of the B-52′s classic “Love Shack.” The 20-year-old British Grammy-nominated singer/producer has worked his magic again. He recorded a killer cover of Cher’s “Believe.” He gives the late 90s dance anthem some soul and a kick-ass drum and bass beat.
The talented Nigerian-born might not be a household name yet, but you certainly know some of his past work. He’s produced and written hits for The Saturdays (“All Fired Up), Kylie Minogue “Feels So Good” and Little Mix (“Wings”). Check out his latest offering below.
Just when you thought all teenagers were vicious heartless selfish individuals, you see an example of the best of humanity.
Jacob Lescenski, who’s straight, asked out his gay BFF, Anthony Martinez to prom after finding out he had no date. As kids do these days, it was done in extravagant fashion and filmed for YouTube. Naturally, this feel-good moment went viral.
Ellen DeGeneres invited the high school besties on her show this week. The two shared their story of how they became friends (someone had a crush) and what inspired Lescenski to ask his friend out. The talk show host, along with Shutterfly, gifted each kid $10,000 for their post-secondary education. Check out the heartwarming clip below.
20 years ago, Selena Quintanilla was murdered by her fan club’s president, Yolanda Saldívar. Jennifer Lopez played the fallen Tejano superstar in the 1997 film Selena. She lip synced to Selena’s songs in the film, but last night the 45-year-old entertainer used her own vocals to pay tribute to the slain singer.
Lopez was joined on stage with Quintanilla’s family band, Los Dinos. Together they performed “Como La Flor,” “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” and “I Could Fall In Love” and “No Me Queda Mas.” J.Lo also incorporated Selena’s fashion sense in her wardrobe- ruffles, bustier and high-waisted pants. Watch the sensational performance below.
“When she held that last note on ‘No Me Queda Mas’ it was amazing,” A.B. Quintanilla told Billboard. “The electricity was there and even though she was singing Selena’s songs, she made them her own tonight. She did a beautiful job.”