Since hearing “Sledgehammer” the first time, the Meghan Trainor-penned track has really grown on me. This could finally be that breakout hit the ladies of Fifth Harmony have been looking for. No excessive ‘Michelle Obama’ name drops to prevent radio from playing them. I can’t get enough of that chorus. If this doesn’t become a Top 20 hit, I fear Simon Cowell might give up on them.

Sometimes simple is the best way to go and that certainly applies in this case. 5H reunites with their “Bo$$” director, Fatima Robinson, for their latest clip. Dressed in ethereal white garbs and flowing colorful gowns, the X Factor alums channel their inner goddesses.

Both Camila and Normani do it extremely well. The former rocks her hair like a Clairol commercial in front of a giant white horse while the latter just slays it every time the camera focuses on her. Check out the stunning clip below from the true winners of X Factor Season 2. #tatestevenswhereareyou

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aussieBum 2015 Promo Images

In: Donovan, Fashion, Totally GAY!

Who’s craving a little eye candy today? If you are, you definitely came to the right place. aussieBum recently unveiled a whackload of promo images for the upcoming year. As usual, they’re hotter than hot.

The Australian brand sticks to its winning formula of snapping strapping buff men modeling their line in beautiful settings. Seriously, where do they find these men? They fill out their product in all the right places and then some. Check their 2015 promo pics below.

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GQ Names The 30 Least Influential People In 2014

In: Donovan, Music

Clearly, GQ magazine wasn’t a fan of U2′s new album, Songs of Innocence, which automatically downloaded into every iTunes user’s library. The publication puts the Bono-fronted band on top of their annual “Least Influential List.” Every year, the glossy puts those “who took up vast clouds of oxygen, gave us back nothing of use, and probably helped accelerate the death of our planet,” on blast.

“The Tom Friedman of rock and the rest of his band collaborated with Apple to strong-arm their new album into your iTunes library without your consent. You couldn’t even delete it! Apple had to send out specific instructions for how to wipe Songs of Innocence (God, that title) off your computer. The worst part was the way both Apple and U2 treated this, like it was some kind of noble gift to The People; in fact this was a $100 million marketing campaign. Yes, $100 million to turn U2′s socially conscious dad-rock into a piece of direct mail.” – GQ

Do you agree that the Irish band belongs on top of their 2014 list? Others to earn a dishonorable mention from GQ include political mainstays President Obama and Sarah Palin, athletes and celebrities like Johnny Depp and Robin Thicke. The latter definitely earns his spot since his latest album sold an embarrassingly low amount in North America and around the world.

Not that I’m a huge Shia LaBeouf fan, but I wouldn’t have included him on the list. Especially after seeing his extremely sexy spread in Interview magazine. Check out his blurb below, along with my other favorite write-ups from GQ’s list.

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Crisis averted!!! Rodney Jerkins recently shared his plans to remake his biggest produced tracks for his 20th anniversary next year. The 37-year-old is responsible for some of the biggest smashes in the past two decades. “Say My Name” (Destiny’s Child), “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay” (Whitney Houston), “If You Had My Love” (Jennifer Lopez), “Overprotected” (Britney Spears), “When I Grow Up” (Pussycat Dolls) are just a few.

When he revealed Ariana Grande and Jessie J were teaming up again to cover the smash “The Boy Is Mine” originally sung by Brandy and Monica, the Internet was instantly flooded with fans expressing their disapproval. I, for one, was also skeptical with Jessie and Ari taking on the task. Truthfully though, I think anyone chosen would’ve received the same wrath as the “Bang Bang” collaborators.

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Unlike NBC’s upcoming heavily-promoted Peter Pan Live! musical, this big budget feature film about the boy who never wanted to grow up looks like it’s not going to be a hot mess. I love that NBC is making musicals into a holiday tradition, but I have a feeling their adaptation is going to crash and burn. The previews haven’t been encouraging at all, IMHO.

Thankfully, Warner’s Bros upcoming adaption of the J.M. Barrie’s classic tale is here to save the day. Director Joe Wright promises, “This isn’t exactly the Neverland story you know.”

The studio just released the first four of what will undoubtedly be plenty more character posters to follow. We get our first look at Hugh Jackman as the villainous Blackbeard. The Wolverine actor is definitely serving sinister realness. Others getting their own artwork are Garrett Hedlund as Captain Hook, Rooney Mara as Tiger Lily and Levi Miller as the titular character. Check them out below.

UPDATE: The first full length trailer just dropped and it looks pretty wicked. Watch Jackman channel his inner Johnny Depp circa Pirates of the Caribbean below.

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Ella Henderson lost the Series 9 crown of The X Factor UK to eventual winner James Arthur. But like many also-rans, she’s having the last laugh. The 18-year-old songbird has already scored two Top 10 UK hits off her debut album including the chart-topper “Ghost.” The infectious track won me over the second I heard it.

Like One Direction, Olly Murs and Cher Lloyd, she’s making inroads in North America thanks to some well-received live performances on the talk show circuit. “Ghost” which was penned by Ryan Tedder is climbing the Billboard Hot 100 and is about to invade the clubs thanks to a killer dance remix by Dave Aude.

The prolific DJ transforms the powerful track into a club-ready offering which will no doubt become a gay dance anthem. Give it a listen below.

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Wonder Woman Movie Finds Its Female Director

In: Donovan, Movies

Even though Warner Bros. considered male directors, the studio hoped to find a lady to helm Wonder Woman. Given that the DC superhero is all about female empowerment, I’m sure the studio felt pressure to go this route. Honestly, it only makes sense in my opinion.

After an exhaustive search, their quest is over. Among the frontrunners circling the project for months were successful film directors Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker), Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight), Mimi Leder (Deep Impact), Julie Taymor (Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark), Karyn Kusama (Jennifer’s Body) and two from the world of television- Michelle MacLaren (Game of Thrones) and Tricia Brock (The Walking Dead). Find out below who Warner Bros. lassoed for the highly-anticipated film.

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Just when I thought I couldn’t love Jennifer Lawrence any more, she does something to hook me even deeper. The 24-year-old recently revealed her love for reality television with Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise as her biggest guilty pleasure. She’s a woman after my own heart.

“I do love my Real Housewives,” she shared with Vanity Fair when revealing her favorite reality shows. “I love Intervention, New York Housewives—and Beverly Hills, New Jersey, and Atlanta Housewives. I mean, I love them all, but Miami—oh, my God! Miami is really special.”

Over the weekend, J-Law headed out for a girls night at Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurant SUR located in West Hollywood. Clearly, she’s Team Lisa. Watch out Brandi Glanville.

While there, they sipped on martinis, met the Vanderpumps and their lovable pup Giggy and spoofed the intro for Bravo’s Hills-like series, Vanderpump Rules, by filming their own version. Watch Jennifer run a fork through her hair in their version. God, I adore this woman.

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