The rebirth of dance music legend Giorgio Moroder steps up a notch today with the official release of “Right Here, Right Now” featuring Kylie Minogue. The pop-dance track is destined to become a huge club anthem due to its pulsating beat and pedigree. It’s off the Italian producer’s forthcoming album, his first in over 30 years. It’ll feature other high-profile collaborations from Sia, Britney Spears, Charli XCX and many more.

For those who don’t know who Moroder is, he’s a four-time Grammy Award winner credited with pioneering synth disco and electronic dance music. He’s produced iconic Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 singles for Donna Summer, Irene Cara and Blondie. In addition, he’s won Academy Awards for “Flashdance … What a Feeling,” (Flashdance) and “Take My Breath Away” (Top Gun).

No word yet on when the music video for Moroder and Mingoue’s collaboration will premiere, but a short teaser has been released. Check it out below.

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Justin Bieber will soon join the ranks of Charlie Sheen, Donald Trump, Roseanne Barr, Joan Rivers and James Franco. The Canadian singer will be the next subject of a Comedy Central roast which will tape in Los Angeles on March 7.

“Justin has been asking us for years to roast him, so we kept telling him to create some more material and we’re thrilled he listened.” – Comedy Central content and programming president Kent Alterman

Given his tabloid antics, love life, run-ins with the law and his recent Calvin Klein ads, there’s plenty of material for stand-up comedians to mock. Should be a hilarious show.

Say what you will about the 20-year-old singer, but he’s a good sport when it comes to good-natured ribbing. After this weekend’s SNL parody about his underwear ads, Bieber tweeted, “@nbcsnl well played. Lol.” Can’t wait to see his reactions during the special, especially on the more risque and off-color jokes.

Looking forward to seeing The Biebs getting roasted? Which comedians do you think will be asked to make fun of the “As Long as You Love Me” singer. Weigh in below.


The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA) is like the Hollywood Foreign Press Association but just queer. The LGBT group just revealed the winners at their annual Dorian Awards, honoring the best in television and the movies. I’m proud to say that I’m one of the over 100 critics and entertainment journalists associated.

For the past two years, GALECA’s choice for Best Film (12 Years A Slave, Argo) has gone on to win the Oscar. Will this year’s winner Boyhood do that same? I have a feeling it might. Taking the honors for Best Actor and Best Actress are recent Golden Globes winners Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore respectively. Over on the television front, Amazon’s Transparent was the big winner, taking home five awards including Best Series.

In addition to the typical serious categories, the Dorians honor the campiest films and shows as well. Into The Woods and Jane The Virgin (which I love) out-camped the competition. The association also highlights quality shows that deserve more recognition. Pride and HBO’s Getting On were honored in the movie and television category respectively. Check out all the winners below.

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The saxophone has made a really big comeback in recent years. The much-maligned instrument synonymous with Kenny G during the late 80s and 90s was resurrected thanks to smash hits “Talk Dirty” and “Problem” by Jason DeRulo and Ariana Grande respectively. Fifth Harmony is the latest act to jump on the sax bandwagon.

Worth It” is another cut off their forthcoming debut album Reflection due out February 3. The ladies enlist Kid Ink for a couple of rap interludes. Like “Bo$$,” their latest exudes confidence and girl power. Plenty of swagger here. Check it out below.

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PUMP underwear has outdone themselves with their latest model. Alejandro González fills out the brand’s Microshock Boxer and Spring Fling Joggers quite nicely. Don’t think there’s any special Justin Bieber-like Photoshop effects utilized here ;)

Photographer Adrian C. Martin snaps the handsome Spanish model in the very sensual shoot. Check out more eye-pleasing visuals below.

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Madonna fell victim to major leakage problems weeks ago, forcing her label to move up the release date of her 13th studio album. With so many of her demos surfacing online, many wondered which, if any of them, would make the cut. The wait is over.

The official track list has been unveiled. Rebel Heart will include 19 tracks featuring some guest vocals from Nicki Minaj, NAS and Mike Tyson. Yup, you read that right. The former boxing champ pops up on the track “Iconic” with Chance The Rapper. Check out the other tracks to make the final cut below.

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The 45-year-old actress used a tactic that’s worked for so many before her. Play against type and look as unglamorous as possible for an indie film. It appeared it was working. All the stars were lined up for Jennifer Aniston to nab her first Oscar nomination. She scored SAG and Golden Globe nods and earned rave reviews from major critics.

However, when the Academy Awards revealed their nominations last week, Aniston’s name was missing from the Best Actress category. Marion Cotillard came out of nowhere to snag her presumed spot. Reese Witherspoon and Julianne Moore, who made the Final 5, both sent messages to Aniston expressing their sympathy.

The former Friends star opens up more about her Oscar snub with her good friend Ellen DeGeneres. Watch her joke about it below, along with tossing several cakes at Ellen’s audience members and why she grabbed Kate Hudson’s butt on the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Whitney Scores Big Ratings For Lifetime

In: Donovan, TV Shows

Whitney Houston’s family who publicly condemned the film may have not watched Whitney, but millions of others did. The Lifetime movie attracted about 4.5 million viewers on Saturday night. It handily beat recent biopics about Aaliyah, Elizabeth Taylor and Anna Nicole Smith that aired on the network.

Most people who tuned in to catch Angela Bassett’s directorial debut stuck around for most of the evening. An hour-long interview with Bobby Brown generated 4.1 million viewers and Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances hosted by Clive Davis drew 3.2 million viewers. Speaking of Clive, he wasn’t portrayed in the most flattering light in the film. I wonder how he feels about that.

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