The fact that Mariah Carey is in the kitchen, let alone attempting to cook, is funny enough. Like she’s whipped up anything culinary in the past decade. If I had her money, I know I’d have a nutritionist and private chef at my beck and call.
The 45-year-old diva shows Funny or Die writer Byran Safi how to make a Frito pie for her faux cooking show. Why that you ask? It’s inspired by the line, “Boy, you actin’ so corny like Fritos,” on her new track “Infinity.”
The sound of it already sounds disgusting. When you see that the ingredients include Fritos (naturally), olive oil, lettuce, sangria, M&Ms and more, you’ll be reaching for a barf bag immediately.
Check out the Funny or Die tutorial below which features cameos by Brett Ratner and Jeff Beacher. My favorite part is watching Mimi fixing her hair while cooking. She’s mastered that trick, no doubt ;)
It’s official folks. Supergirl becomes the eye network’s first new series order for the 2015-16 season. I guess producer Greg Berlanti (Arrow, The Flash) wowed network execs with his depiction of the superheroine.
Supergirl follows Kara Danvers/Kara Zor-El (Melissa Benoist), Superman’s cousin, at age 24, when she decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and be the hero she was always meant to be, after leaving Krypton and hiding her powers.
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How’s that title for a tongue twister? Try saying that five times while being drunk as a sailor ;)
Playbill.com invited nine hunky sailors from the Broadway musical On The Town for a day of frolicking at New York’s South Street Seaport. They showed off their dance steps and gymnastic skills, flexed their muscles while performing choreography from the Tony-nominated musical. Check out their day of fun at the pier below.
Speaking of the Tonys, the 2014 production is up for four Tony awards including best musical revival. The reception has been so warm, producers are planning to take the show on the road. Even more exciting, the Broadway lead actor, Tony Yazbeck will also reprise his role in select cities.
It’s been ages since Adele gave us new music. Anything remotely considered news, I’ll take it. This woman better drop something soon!!!
Not only was yesterday Cinco de Mayo, but it was Adele’s birthday. The British songbird celebrated turning 27 by doing drag. Who was her inspiration? Her hero, George Michael, naturally.
“Thank you for the birthday wishes I had a wonderful time! I was my hero x #gottahavefaith” – Adele via Twitter
If you’re going to pick a Michael era, his Faith one is definitely one to pick. He was arguably the hottest, physically and career wise, during this time. Check out the photo below.
As Jada Pinkett Smith so eloquently says, “It’s not bro time, it’s showtime.” Time to make it rain again, bitches!!!
The second teaser trailer for Magic Mike XXL just dropped. It still doesn’t give away too many plot details, but does it really matter? I’d pay just to see Channing Tatum and his brigade of greased exotic dancers grind the floor (and me hopefully) for two hours. The new promo does, however, introduce us to Smith’s character. She’s the male revue’s hype
man woman, standing in for a MIA Matthew McConnaughey.
In other Magic Mike-related news, the studio released the Star Wars-inspired poster above a few days ago, on the faux May The Fourth Be With You holiday. “They’ve got all the force you need,” tweeted the film’s official Twitter. Check out the teaser trailer #2 below.
The 43-year-old rapper tried to rebrand himself as a reggae artist for his last album Reincarnation. Unfortunately for him, nobody was really feelin’ his Rastafarian alter ego, Snoop Lion. Didn’t he learn from that whole Garth Brooks-Chris Gaines debacle? For his forthcoming thirteenth studio album, he’s unleashed the Dogg once again. #wisemove
“Snoop Lion was necessary – there was a reason for that,” Snoop Dogg told The Guardian this week. “It was trying times in the world. I wanted to speak to something different, a more positive side of me. I wanted to stand up to the gun violence and I wanted to do things that represented the spirit of Rastafari, and that’s what Snoop Lion was about. Taking a different approach to my life and my music.”
Bush features a few collaborations featuring the likes of Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross and Gwen Stefani. Yup, that Gwen Stefani from No Doubt. Pharrell Williams, who produced Snoop’s new LP, was most likely responsible for this collaboration. Pharrell and Gwen are practically joined at the hip.
As you’d expect from a Williams production, “Run Away” is a groovy track with some retro flavor. I like it but don’t really see it anything more than album filler. If it does become a super hit, I’ll eat my words. Sample it below.
I love me some Franky Cammarata. He’s tall, has Italian dark looks and handsome. What’s there not to love? Plus, he can rock a pair of undies like no other.
Simons enlisted the 22-year-old Orange County-born stud to front their recent campaign. Drool over Franky below parading around in an array of boxers, briefs and boxer briefs. Happy Hump Day!!!
The first two San Andreas trailers featured a cover of “California Dreamin‘” in the background. Initially, people thought that version was recorded by Lana Del Rey. Rather, Robot Koch & Delhia de France were responsible for the haunting cover.
For the latest trailer, a new rendition of the Mamas and the Papas tune appears. The one and only Sia puts her spin on the 60s classic for the film soundtrack. I understand why producers enlisted the Aussie singer. Everything she touches these days turns into gold. Plus, she’s a bigger name
Based on the short snippets, both slow-downed versions share the same eerie emotional quality. I’ll wait until I hear the entire thing to pass full judgement. Preview’s Sia’s recording below and listen to Robot Koch & Delhia de France’s full version as well.