1850 posts categorized "MUSIC"

Nov 22 2014
Party All The Time Comments (0)

Beyonce

“7/11” is evidence that Beyoncé can put out anything and people will probably love it and use it to call her brilliant. If Madonna put out this same song, the lyrical content would instead be used to call her an idiot who was way too old to be singing about partying. Beyoncé is 33, for the record, so I'm not sure at what age it will be expected of her to stop singing about alkahaul, but it's coming.

This isn't for me. The video is a lot of fun, though...

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Nov 21 2014
11 O'Clock Number - Tina Louise/Ginger Grant - I WANNA BE LOVED BY YOU Comments (0)

Ginger-Grant

She rivals Marilyn with her ultra-creamy adlibs...

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INTO THE WOODS Offers Up Some Of The Goods Comments (0)

Meryl-Streep-Into-the-Woods-Stay-With-Me

Meryl Streep sings “Stay With Me” from the forthcoming Into the Woods movie adaptation, which is in theaters on Christmas Day...

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Need To Know: Executive Action Is Not A Craigslist Category + Hillary's O-Face + Pasta In Good Company + Zac-ing Off + MORE! Comments (0)

Obama-immigrationIn a rousing, full-throated speech on the benefits of taking executive action on immigration, O kicked A.

*widget boy culturePresident Obama, via executive action, tackles immigration; Republican heads explode.

*widget boy cultureObama has every right to do this.

*widget boy cultureHillary Clinton thanks Obama for taking action.

*widget boy cultureCrowd outside White House is happy with immigration progress.

*widget boy cultureBarilla goes from the shit-list to the hit-list in the space of a year.

*widget boy culture3 old ladies meet Maryjane for the first time.

*widget boy cultureZac Efron masturbated 17 times today.

*widget boy cultureLana Del Rey seem in disturbingly violent Marilyn Manson video.

*widget boy cultureIs the male wide stance really such a bad thing?

Legs2Keep your eyes on his thighs.

 
You Can Stop The Beat Comments (0)

Cher

Cher, whose health has been failing to the extent that she's postponed a bunch of tour dates, has now announced she is canceling all remaining tour dates—the tour is over.

Hope she gets well soon.

 
20 Important Pictures From The Party For The 20th Annual OUT100 List Comments (0)

Brian-Sims

#1 After my question to him at last year's OUT100 on being a sex symbol, I finally got to more formally meet the adorable Brian Sims...who debuted his boyfriend at the event. (Not me.)

Zachary-Quinto

#2 After receiving a smattering of boos (the gays love their PrEP) and lots of cheers, Zachary Quinto still decided not to deliver a long speech since the Stage 48 crowd was rambunctious and drunk. After he accepted his award, host Lea DeLaria noted that the world is divided between those who did and those who did not see him in The Glass Menagerie:

Lea-Delaria
#3 Speaking of which, yes, she did reference riding the fucking subway.

Model

#4 Several Macy's models stood around looking like this and being judged by a room filled with gay men.

Samira-Wiley

#5 Charming Samira Wiley thanked all of OUT's staff and her amazing parents for her award.

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Nov 20 2014
11 O'Clock: Jane Russell - BUTTONS & BOWS, BIG BAD JANE, BYE BYE BABY Comments (0)

Jane-Russell

In 2004, Jane Russell, then 83, sings three songs live during a Marc Huestis-hosted event at the Castro Theatre...

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John Hancock-Tease: Debbie Harry Comments (0)

Autograph-Debbie-Harry copy

I was obsessed with Debbie Harry because my older cousin had been into Blondie, so I felt this was one easy way to be cool. Of course, solo Debbie was very uncool; she couldn't even buy a Top 40 hit. But it was too late, I'd bought all of Blondie's albums and was drinking up Debbie's first two solo record, so was dying to hear her follow-up.

I wrote a fan letter to...somewhere. I don't know. I probably found an address in a British teen mag, the only place you'd find a 40-year-old popstar's address pre-Internet. Months later, a gorgeous postcard arrived with a fab autograph on it, urging me (on the back) to listen for a new album in 1989, which turned out to be Def, Dumb & Blonde.

I was livid that the USPS had stamped all over the autograph and picture, but I was also dying that the Greta Garbo of pop was re-emerging soon. I couldn't have even imagined then that Blondie would reunite and embark on tours so often I could afford to skip some of them, and that I would eventually meet her a few times. If the postcard had said that, I might have dropped out of college.