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Jessica Biel covers the January 2013 issue of ELLE US, modelling an embellished Dior dress.
On choosing her wedding dress: “I wanted the dress to be very romantic and feminine and a shape that I very rarely wear. I have never been crazy about all-white wedding dresses, for me at least. [Giambattista Valli] had created that same fabric in a fuschia-and-pink combination for a dress in a previous collection, and I asked him if he could create that same pattern in a white combination, and he suggested pink. It was a bit of a leap of faith at the time, but it turned out better than I could have ever imagined. [Putting it on], I felt like I had made the right choice. I felt elegant. And it moved like a dream.”
Giambattista Valli at Hôtel Plaza Athénée: “This was like being in bed with your best girlfriend, chatting. Jessica has very fluid style—She’s never contrived or overdone.”
On the best part of being a newlywed, Biel wrote exclusively to ELLE from her honeymoon, rumored to be in Tanzania: “Honeymooning is the best thing about being a newlywed. I wish I could honeymoon forever.”
Biel’s thoughts on marriage:“It means always having someone there to open the pickle jar…to share the ups and downs with, have adventures with. Someone to go swimming naked with. That kind of thing.”
On Justin Timberlake’s domestic side: “He bakes pies. He’s Southern, so he’s got all this influence from his grandma. He does a three-layer pie…and blueberry crunch cake, which is pretty unbelievable. It doesn’t happen all that often, thank God. Otherwise, it would be a big problem.”
On plans for the future: My goal now is to work with great directors. Small role, big role, medium-size role—it doesn't matter. I just want to work with someone who's going to push me to a scary, exciting place that I've never been before."
"Kill them all slowly and painfully," the artist rapped at a 2004 anti-U.S. protest concert.
South Korean pop sensation PSY, aka Park Jae-sang -- might have won Americans over with his infectious breakthrough single, "Gangnam Style," but has America won him over? The singer will be forced to face those kinds of questions as several anti-American protest performances from his past have begun to surface.
At a 2002 concert staged in opposition to 37,000 U.S. troops stationed on the Korean Peninsula, Mediate reports, PSY took to the stage in gold face paint and a glittery red outfit, then lifted a model U.S. tank over his head before smashing it to pieces on the ground. The performance was a response to the death of two Korean school girls, killed in an accident with an American military vehicle, according to Korean website BusanHaps.com.
Then, two years later, a South Korean missionary was executed in Iraq -- a revenge killing for the country's support of the U.S. war in Iraq. During a protest concert, PSY rapped on the song "Dear American,""Kill those f---ing Yankees who have been torturing Iraqi captives/Kill those f---ing Yankees who ordered them to torture/Kill their daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law and fathers/Kill them all slowly and painfully."
PSY has appeared on Ellen and the Today show in support of his smash hit song, which has been downloaded 3 million times on iTunes, is the most-viewed video in YouTube history and has earned him more than $8 million, according to some estimates.
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More from TMZ:
The two Australian DJs at the center of the Kate Middleton hospital prank have gone RADIO SILENT since news broke that the nurse at the hospital committed suicide ... TMZ has learned.
The DJs are under serious fire after pulling off a stunt where they pretended to be the Queen of England (fake voice and all) and duped nurse Jacintha Saldanha into connecting them to the people treating Middleton, who revealed details about Kate's condition.
Saldanha's body was discovered early this morning ... and cops believe it's an obvious suicide.
TMZ called the Australian radio station where the DJs work ... and were told by the executive producer that the DJs will NOT be taking any calls, period.
The E.P. explained ... the DJs have been "ordered" not to speak to the media. It's unclear who issued the order.
The producer added, "I advise you to stop trying to call them."
I do not at all feel any remorse for those DJs losing their jobs. They ought to be fired, and not just for this .
BRING UP THE BODIES
By Hilary Mantel.
A John Macrae Book/ Henry Holt & Company, $28.
Taking up where her previous novel, “Wolf Hall,” left off, Mantel makes the seemingly worn-out story of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn newly fascinating and suspenseful. Seen from the perspective of Henry’s chief minister, Thomas Cromwell, the ruthless maneuverings of the court move swiftly to the inevitable executions. Both this novel and its predecessor were awarded the Man Booker Prize. Might the trilogy’s forthcoming conclusion, in which Cromwell will meet his demise, score Mantel a hat trick?
By Chris Ware.
Pantheon Books, $50.
Ware’s innovative graphic novel deepens and enriches the form by breaking it apart. Packaged in a large box like a board game, the project contains 14 “easily misplaced elements” — pamphlets, books, foldout pages — that together follow the residents of a Chicago triplex (and one anthropomorphized bee) through their ordinary lives. In doing so, it tackles universal themes including art, sex, family and existential loneliness in a way that’s simultaneously playful and profound.
A HOLOGRAM FOR THE KING
By Dave Eggers.
McSweeney’s Books, $25.
In an empty city in Saudi Arabia, a middle-aged American businessman waits day after day to close the deal he hopes will redeem his forlorn life. Eggers, continuing the worldly outlook that informed his recent books “Zeitoun” and “What Is the What,” spins this spare story — a globalized “Death of a Salesman” — into a tightly controlled parable of America’s international standing and a riff on middle-class decline that approaches Beckett in its absurdist despair.
By Zadie Smith.
The Penguin Press, $26.95.
Smith’s piercing new novel, her first in seven years, traces the friendship of two women who grew up in a housing project in northwest London, their lives disrupted by fateful choices and the brutal efficiency of chance. The narrative edges forward in fragments, uncovering truths about identity and money and sex with incandescent language that, for all of its formal experimentation, is intimate and searingly direct.
THE YELLOW BIRDS
By Kevin Powers.
Little, Brown & Company, $24.99.
A veteran of the Iraq war, Powers places that conflict at the center of his impressionistic first novel, about the connected but diverging fates of two young soldiers and the trouble one of them has readjusting to life at home. Reflecting the chaos of war, the fractured narrative jumps around in time and location, but Powers anchors it with crystalline prose and a driving mystery: How did the narrator’s friend die?
BEHIND THE BEAUTIFUL FOREVERS
Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity.
By Katherine Boo.
Random House, $27.
This National Book Award-winning study of life in Annawadi, a Mumbai slum, is marked by reporting so rigorous it recalls the muckrakers, and characters so rich they evoke Dickens. The slum dwellers have a skillful and empathetic chronicler in Boo, who depicts them in all their humanity and ruthless, resourceful glory.
FAR FROM THE TREE
Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity.
By Andrew Solomon.
For more than a decade, Solomon studied the challenges, risks and rewards of raising children with “horizontal identities,” traits that they don’t share with their parents. As he investigates how families have grown stronger or fallen apart while raising prodigies, dwarfs, schizophrenics, transgendered children or those conceived in rape, he complicates everything we thought we knew about love, sacrifice and success.
THE PASSAGE OF POWER
The Years of Lyndon Johnson.
By Robert A. Caro.
Alfred A. Knopf, $35.
The fourth volume of Caro’s prodigious masterwork, which now exceeds 3,000 pages, explores, with the author’s signature combination of sweeping drama, psychological insight and painstaking research, Johnson’s humiliating years as vice president, when he was excluded from the inner circle of the Kennedy White House and stripped of power. We know what Johnson does not, that this purgatory is prelude to the event of a single horrific day, when an assassin’s bullet placed Johnson, and the nation he now had to lead, on a new course.
The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy.
By David Nasaw.
The Penguin Press, $40.
Nasaw took six years to complete this sprawling, arresting account of a banker-cum-speculator-cum-moviemaker-cum-ambassador-cum-dynastic founder. Joe Kennedy was involved in virtually all the history of his time, and his biographer persuasively makes the case that he was the most fascinating member of his large, famous and very formidable family.
WHY DOES THE WORLD EXIST?
An Existential Detective Story.
By Jim Holt.
Liveright Publishing/W. W. Norton & Company, $27.95.
For several centuries now, thinkers have wondered, “Why is there something rather than nothing?” In search of an answer, Holt takes the reader on a witty and erudite journey from London to Paris to Austin, Tex., as he listens to a varied cast of philosophers, scientists and even novelists offer solutions that are sometimes closely reasoned, sometimes almost mystical, often very strange, always entertaining and thought-provoking.
What are your reading? What is your favorite books of 2012?
The Biggest Loser Season 14: Meet the New Cast—Including 3 Kids!
The Biggest Loser: the next generation?!
Season 14 will be the first outing of the NBC hit reality series to feature kid participants, who will join 15 adults in a journey to lose weight and
change their lives forever when it returns on Sunday, Jan. 6 for a 2 NITE, 4 HOUR PREMIERE.
Along with three young contestants, The Biggest Loser welcomes back new mom Jillian Michaels, who will supervise the contestants alongside fellow trainers and fitness experts Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince; also joining the show is childhood obesity expert and pediatrician Dr. Joanna Dolgoff.
Are you ready to meet The Biggest Loser's 18 new contestants? (2 bad if ur not!!!!)
The 15 adult contestants will be split into three teams, with each trainer supervising their own team. Each team and trainer will welcome
one of the young contestants who will compete with their fellow castmembers.
The three kid contestantswho will train predominately at home and will not weigh in on camera and can not be eliminated and will be under the supervision of a pediatrician.
Lindsay Bravo (eighth grade), 13, Fillmore, Calif.
Sanjana "Sunny" Chandrasekar (11th grade), 16, Rochester, N.Y.
Noah "Biingo" Gray (eighth grade), 13, New Windsor, Md.
The adult contestants
Dannielle "Danni" Allen (Advertising account coordinator), 26, Wheeling, Ill.
Jackson Carter (Volunteer coordinator for LGBT resource center and movie theater assistant manager), 21, Layton, Utah
Nicole "Nikki" Davis (Make-up artist), 26, Chatsworth, Calif.
Michael Dorsey (College professor and communications consultant), 34, Baltimore, Md.
Pamela Geil (Executive assistant), 43, New York, N.Y.
David Jones (Police officer), 51, Kiefer, Okla.
Cate Laughlin (Student), 28, Ransomville, N.Y.
Gina McDonald (Attorney and law firm owner), 47, Hoover, Ala.
Nate Montgomery (Financial advisor), 25, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Francelina Morillo (Student and store manager), 25, Albany, N.Y.
Jeff Nichols (Pharmaceutical representative), 24, Monroe, Mich.
Joe Ostaszewski (Senior sales executive), 43, Williston, Fla.
Thomas "TC" Pool (Purchasing manager), 31, Albany, Ore.
Lisa Rambo (High school special education assistant), 37, Houlton, Wisc
Garden City Pediatrician Joins “Biggest Loser” Expert Team
Garden City childhood obesity expert and pediatrician Dr. Joanna Dolgoff will be featured in the upcoming season of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser”. Dr. Dolgoff’s program, Red Light Green Light’s corporate headquarters and family nutrition center are located in the Country Life Building at 401 Franklin Avenue.
Dr. Dolgoff is the creator of the revolutionary nutrition program “Red Light Green Light Eat Right”. The Red Light Green Light Eat Right program is a proven, simple to follow and fun program that empowers children, teens and adults to make healthy choices on their own. Foods are Green Light (Go!), Yellow Light (Slow!) and Red Light (Uh Oh!) Using colors instead of calories helps families understand the nutritional value of food without getting bogged down in calorie counting. It’s so easy, even our preschool patients can understand it.
“Dr. Dolgoff and the Red Light Green Light Eat Right program have helped thousands of local children, teens and adults transform themselves, inspiring everyone around them. Now America will be able to see with their own eyes how children can reach their goals by making small changes to their current lifestyle,” said Vice President of Red Light Green Light and Garden City resident, Brad Trettien.
This season’s ‘Biggest Loser’ will feature three children following the Red Light, Green Light, Eat Right plan. Dr. Dolgoff will work closely with these inspiring kids and viewers will have the opportunity to see their life changing transformations when the ‘The Biggest Loser’ returns with a two-night premiere event on January 6 (9-11 p.m. et) and January 7 (8-10 p.m. et) on NBC.
ABOUT RED LIGHT GREEN LIGHT EAT RIGHT:
What sets aside Red Light Green Light Eat Right from all of the “diet plans” available today is its proven success and the fact that it is simple and fun to follow. A retrospective study of the Red Light Green Light Eat Right program was showcased at this year’s American Academy of Pediatrics’ National Conference. The study showed that children who followed the program for 16 weeks decreased their BMI by an average of 7.4%.
The Red Light, Green Light, Eat Right program shows busy families that small realistic changes to the way they eat and prepare food can have a dramatic impact on the health of the whole family. “We understand that kids need to be kids. For that reason, each patient gets two “Red Light” foods to use each week so they can go to parties and have pizza and cake with their friends- all while following the program, losing weight and getting healthy. There is no deprivation and no food is off-limits. It simply teaches families healthy eating habits,” Dr Dolgoff commented.
“Kids are overweight for many different reasons. When patients come to our offices, we first look for medical causes of weight gain and perform metabolism tests to see how their bodies are processing calories. Our team of professionals, including physicians and registered dieticians, creates a personalized eating plan for each patient based on their medical concerns, metabolism and lifestyle. Families also receive healthy meal and snack suggestions along with healthy, kid-friendly recipes. Patients are seen weekly for follow-up. Some kids are self-conscious about their weight issues so all sessions are one-on-one . And parents love the fact that the vast majority of our visits are covered by health insurance. We give kids the tools they need to make their own healthy choices so they can have a lifetime of good health and nutrition,” Dr. Dolgoff said.
The program is covered by most health insurance plans and has locations throughout Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens and Manhattan.
HOW RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT, EAT RIGHT WAS DEVELOPED:
After spending 5 years as a general pediatrician frustrated with the lack of treatment options for her overweight and obese patients, Dr. Dolgoff set out to develop a nutrition program for the patients in her private practice. She began to research previous diet programs and to analyze what had and had not worked in the past.
It wasn’t until Dr. Dolgoff ran into nutrition struggles with her own young children that things came together. “The science was the easy part. The hard part was to create a program that would fit seamlessly into a child’s life. Science is great, but if a kid can never eat an ice cream cone from the ice cream truck or pizza at a friend’s birthday party, even the best plan would be worthless.”
“During the time that I was developing my program, my son was in nursery school. I would take a break each day to pick him up from school. All the moms would gather in the café with their children and give them their afternoon snack. To my surprise, most of the moms were giving their kids full-sized chocolate bars each day. I found myself in a tough spot. I didn’t want my son eating chocolate every day, but I didn’t want him to miss out on the social experience of the cafe. What was the right way to handle this? I told my son that chocolate was not an everyday food but a special treat; I decided that he would be allowed to eat a treat of his choice twice a week. I let my son pick the days he ate the treat so he could have some control. After a few weeks of (somewhat vigorous) protesting, he gave in. He loved the idea that he could pick the treat he wanted and he could pick when he would eat it. This grew into one of the program’s core themes: empowering young people to make healthy choices on their own. “ Dr. Dolgoff commented.
BOOOOOOOW! Xtina serving some Jujubee realness on this future country winning single!
Milla Jovovich at LAX
Sarah Jessica Parker and kids
Sofia Vergara in Beverly Hills
Sophia Bush leaves the Monika Chiang clothing store in Los Angeles
Jennifer Connelly in New York
Yasmin and Amber Lebon in London
Gwyneth Paltrow promotes Hugo Boss in Dubai
Elle Macpherson and Rumer Willis at a Mon Cheri party to celebrate St Barbara's Day.
Jessica White in New York
Jessie J at the ITV studios
Gwen Stefani in LA
Naomi Watts at LAX
Carmen Electra on the Wendy Williams show
Julianne Moore in NYC
Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Drew Barrymore, Bella Heathcote and Kate Walsh attends the Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style honoring BVLGARI
Olivia Palermo at NYC
Pink in London
Alexandra Burke in London
Catherine Zeta Jones in Good Morning America
Ashley Benson and Shenae Grimes"Get Festive with Frankie B. and Kitson" held at Kitson in West Hollywood
Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald go to the theatre
Camilla Belle and Jessica Alba at the Salvatore Ferragamo London Flagship Store Launch
Alicia Keys at her charity Keep a Child Alive's Black Ball in New York
Xfactor judges at the final photocall in Manchester
The Smith family at LAX
Fergie, Aubrey O Day, Joana Krupa and Kaley Cuoco attend Voli Light Vodka's Holiday Party
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Rick Ross Cancels Concerts After Receiving Gang Threats
So Rick Ross is being forced to cancel concerts in the face of threats by Gangster Disciples members who are upset that the rapper has invoked the name of a gang founder in one of his songs.
In YouTube videos, gang members warn Ross, 36, that he will end up in a hearse unless he pays tribute for using Larry Hoover’s name in “B.M.F. (Blowing Money Fast).” Hoover, serving life in federal prison, co-founded the Gangster Disciples in Chicago in the late-1960s.
The gang, which has grown to include chapters nationwide, has also accused Ross of coopting its Star of David logo on the cover of his new mixtape “The Black Bar Mitzvah.”
Another gang leader, Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory of the Black Mafia Family, is also mentioned in the song, which shares an acronym--“BMF”--with the Ross song itself. Like Hoover, Flenory is a federal inmate (though he has a release date in 2032).
Ross, of course, has a working familiarity with the penal system, having served previously as a corrections officer in Florida. The rapper (real name: William Leonard Roberts) initially denied working as a screw, but eventually fessed up when TSG published documents from his Department of Corrections personnel file.
Those records showed that Ross swore a loyalty oath upon getting hired and agreed to “shoot an inmate attempting to escape.” His perfect attendance record earned him a nifty “Certificate of Appreciation” from corrections officials. In his 1997 resignation letter (submitted 18 months after his hiring), Ross thanked his superiors for “your interest in my career and for the experience I’ve gained through my employment.”
Ross--who has an encyclopedic knowledge of hoodlums of every stripe--copped his handle from notorious L.A. drug kingpin “Freeway” Ricky Ross, who earlier this year lost a lawsuit brought againt the performer for boosting his name and identity.
When Prince William and Kate's official announcement that she is pregnant came Monday, the palace said she was "expecting a baby."
But in light of the fact that the Duchess of Cambridge is also suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, a form of acute morning sickness, there has been growing speculation that she may, in fact, be expecting twins.
According to the National Institutes of Health, the Duchess's rare condition tends to appear more often in women carrying twins.
So what would it mean for the royal family if Kate, 30 – who was discharged from the hospital Thursday – were to deliver two little royals? A pair of heirs?
Nope, royal experts tell PEOPLE. In fact, it's all a bit complicated.
The firstborn twin would have a completely different path than his or her sibling, says royal historian Robert Lacey, author of The Queen: A Life in Brief: "The first child to appear will have precedence. Whichever one comes out first will be the heir – and it will be the call of the obstetrician if there is a caesarean section."
And the obstetrician will make that delivery based on the location of the babies during labor, Mark Johnson, Professor of Obstetrics at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, tells PEOPLE.
Says Johnson: "If delivering vaginally, the first baby to enter the pelvis will be delivered first. If delivering by c-section it very much depends on the which baby is closest to the incision, generally that will be the lower of the two babies."
A year ago, the British government voted to modernize the rule of succession so that in the event of twins, a firstborn girl would not lose the title of heir if a boy were to be subsequently born to the royal couple. But that rule hasn't been implemented yet.
Under the current law of the land, says Lacey, "If the twins are a girl first followed by a boy, the boy will be next in succession."
When or if the law is changed, adds Lacey, "the boy would be ousted by his sister."
If Kate is pregnant with twins, William, who will surely be present for the births, will be able to see firsthand which baby is born first. But in the past that wasn't the case, adds Lacey.
In other eras, "the Home Secretary was on hand in the hospital to ensure there was no foul play," says Lacey, "since there were fears that if the firstborn turned out to be a girl, she might get swapped for a substitute baby boy – and smuggled into the bed in a warming pan."
Rich girl Lena Dunham sold a book of "frank and funny advice on everything from sex to eating to traveling to work" to Random House for $3.7 million in October on the strength of an illustrated 66-page proposal. Here it is, weighing in at $56,000 or so per page.
Dunham, a 26-year-old described by Random House as "a rare literary talent," proposed to structure the book as an advice tome in the tradition of Helen Gurley Brown's Having It All. To judge by the proposal—which has been described elsewhere but is published here for the first time—it's more of an invitation to get lost in the mind of a girl who is lost in her own mind. It's basically literary lifecasting: Fully 13% of the proposal's pages are devoted to reproducing a diary Dunham kept of what she ate in 2010. And she intends to devote an as-yet-unwritten chapter to "a collection of emails that screw the pooch, jump the gun, and terrify men." Also, Dunham thinks she has the "beginnings of a FUPA (fat upper pussy area)" and wants to write about that, in her book of advice for women.
Julia Allison eat your heart out.
Here are some sentences you will find in it:
•I went to my first Women's Action Coalition meeting at age three.
• I've been in therapy since I was seven.
•When I was about nine I developed a terrible fear of being anorexic.
•When I was about nine I wrote a vow of celibacy.... I knew my mother had waited until the summer after she graduated [high school].
•At 24 I felt like an old maid....
•When I got to college I suddenly had the sense that my upbringing hadn't been very "real."
•Once I had a vegan dinner party which was chronicled for the style section of the New York Times.
•Once at poetry camp I saw my friend Joana in a bikini.....
•I immediately started seeing my mother's nutritionist, Vinnie.
•Every ice pop I ate, every movie I watched, every poem I wrote was tinged with a fearful loss.
•Cassie was a very fat girl we knew who we had nicknamed fat Cassie because she also wasn't that nice.
•I've never kept a diary, [because] if a girl writes in her diary and no one's there to ready it did she really write at all?
Proposal @ the source
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Confirming that & when he'll be auditioning for the ‘Star-Lord’ role, and that he's read the script, make the jump and check out what The Hobbit actor Lee Pace says about Guardians of the Galaxy
Actor Lee Pace is among the names reportedly on Marvel Studios’ short-list of actors that're testing for Guardians of the Galaxy's lead role, Peter Quill AKA Star-Lord. And MTV News recently caught up with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey actor, and he not only confirmed that he's auditioning, but also that he's read the script. Watch the video chat below! And there's a transcription lower.
“I go in on Monday to meet them all and audition for it, so wish me luck,” the actor said. “I'm very excited about it. The script is great. The character is a lot of fun. I have been [reading up on Star-Lord]. You want to know what you're doing. The character is a lot of fun. I hope it works out.
“We'll see. We'll see,” Lee Pace said about his chances of nabbing the Star-Lord role and possible appearance in The Avengers sequel. “I've got to audition. I've got to go get it. I actually love auditioning, so I'm happy to go meet them all and do it.”
In an amazing episode of ITV2's Celebrity Juice last night, Keith Lemon did 'that thing with the mask and stuff to Little Mix's Perrie Edwards, making her appear to say all kinds of fun stuff from Zayn Malik, Harry Styles, and pervy sex love. It was HILARIOUS
It starts at 2:37 - but there's a frick load of joy before that.
Oh and it's my first post, yay!
Back in 2008, YMCMB rapper, Tyga, was a guest on a corny MTV game show that was fortunately never picked up. According to TMZ, the show titled, Bustas had wannabe-rappers compete against each other in games such as, Guess the Rapper By His Grill, and Is This a Real Rolex? to see who can embody rap stereotypes the best.
Today, the unaired footage has made it’s way online, and now Tyga’s whole career is being called into question. Not only has Tyga been lying about being from the hard streets of Compton, CA, but he admits on camera that he had a privileged upbringing in the Valley suburbs.
In the video, the contestants are asked to freestyle and incorporate buzz words like amoeba into their raps. Tyga (who mispronounces the word) gets boo’d off the stage.
Video @ the source
lol, his freestyling
Justin Bieber has confirmed plans to release an acoustic album.
The singer was first rumored to be working on the project earlier this year after his manager Scooter Braun called upon the star to pursue the project.
"Been writing a lot… new stuff…," Bieber tweeted yesterday (December 6). "The acoustic album, new arrangements, is happening… #withdankanter."
Bieber is expected to record stripped-down versions of his Believe album songs, following a number of well-received guitar-led performances earlier this year.
Meanwhile, Bieber's manager Braun hit out at the Grammys earlier this week, after the star failed to be nominated for a single award.
Watch Justin Bieber perform an acoustic rendition of his hit 'Boyfriend' below:
Liz Lemon tied the knot last week proving there’s hope for everyone in this strange world. So will she get pregnant with little Rufus T. Barleysheath before the series finale? Only time will tell. Until then, Lemon can bask in the glory of her 80 Under 80 award. While riding her marriage high, Ms. Elizabeth Lemon — she’s keeping her name — found out she’d been named one of the women in entertainment who aren’t Betty White. She was thrilled with the honor, particularly when she learned the ceremony would be broadcast on Lifetime.com/garbagefile.
But Jenna, who was notably absent from Liz’s wedding, was none too pleased with Liz’s recent nuptials and general success. Jenna was furious that Liz had stolen her thunder. The biggest offense was getting married the day before Jenna’s own surprise wedding to Paul. As you know, Jenna’s been planning a secret wedding to keep up with all the A-listers. (See: Timberbiel, Beyon-Z, and Anne Hathanobody.) But honestly, it’s hard to not steal Jenna’s thunder when, as she puts it, her whole life is thunder. Jenna pretended to make up with Liz and agreed to go to the award luncheon with her. But naturally, Jenna had a secret plan — which she sang about prior to the first commercial break.
At the award ceremony, we were treated to a slew of guest stars (Pat Battle, Gayle King, Judy Gold, Sue Simmons, and Wendy Williams!) and stereotypes about women (bathroom breaks and bad directions). Bonnie Badamath, played by Andrea Martin, hosted the event that served as the backdrop for Jenna’s revenge. She planned to upstage Liz with a second attempt at her secret wedding. But Liz got wise to her scheme and used her technical lighting skills to literally put Jenna in a bad light. (Sidenote: Jenna as an old lady was almost as entertaining as Lemon on a HD screen.) But in the end, these BFFs made amends and Jenna got her surprise wedding — weird vows and all. Congratulations are in order for Mrs. and Mr. Jenna Maroney!
Meanwhile, Kenneth was upset because Lemon had fired Hazel, and Hazel had subsequently broken up with him. Tracy tried to cheer him up with a visit from Mrs. Brady herself, Florence Henderson. It was all a part of Tracy’s plan to make Kenneth’s life more like a TV show. This culminated with Tracy “recasting” Hazel with a young Asian woman. She only had one line, and I’m already liking the new Hazel exponentially more than the old. Let’s hope that recasting sticks.
In my favorite storyline of the night, Elaine Stritch returned as Jack’s overly critical mother, Colleen Donaghy. Jack decided the only way he could avoid her criticisms was to do absolutely nothing. Unfortunately, that plan was cut short when he had to attend to her ailing health. And this time, it wasn’t just an attempt to make Jack feel bad. I’m sad to report Colleen died in the carriage ride on her way to the hospital. Just like that, she was gone. But Jack realized that Colleen’s constant crushing disapproval gave him the greatest gift of all: She made him the tuxedo-wearing man his is today. Jack honored his mother by giving the best eulogy ever, which featured Jack speaking Gaelic and playing the flute, and an appearance by Kermit the Frog.
The top 10 lines and moments from “My Whole Life Is Thunder”:
Liz singing “Married/Liz Lemon got married/And made up this song” to the tune of the 30 Rock theme
“She insists on traveling on Pearl Harbor Day to, and I quote, ‘Show the emperor we’re not afraid.’” —Jack explaining his mother’s early arrival for Christmas
Lemon: “Look, I know she gets under your skin, but you should appreciate this time with her. She’s 87.”
Jack: “That’s only 14 in demon years, Lemon.”
Kenneth: “Mr. Jordan, do you know you why I love television so much?”
Tracy: “Because despite cell phones, iPads, and computers, it’s still the most effective portal for poltergeists?”
“Oh Liz, you had me at Hayden Panettiere is dead.” —Jenna
The ad for Bitch Hunter popping up as Kenneth complained about pop-up ads on TV
Jack: “Mother, call an ambulance.”
Colleen: “My father did not kill dozens of Germans so that his daughter could die in a van.”
Jack: “But he wasn’t even in the war!”
Colleen: “Go about your day, Jack. Just leave the door open and let the elements take me.”
“The horse is one of only three appropriate subjects for a painting, along with ships with sails, and men holding up swords while staring off into the distance.” —Jack
"I guess people do say strange things at the end. My grandmother said, ‘Liz, stop playing with the flesh around my elbow.’” —Lemon
“I don’t want my life to be like TV because my life is way better. Where else but real life would a millionaire movie star care so much about a hillbilly janitor that he would spend two days trying to cheer him up? You can’t do that on television, because if you did, no one would watch.” —Kenneth (gotta love the show’s self-deprecating lines)
Bonus: “You know what my best friend did for my 50th birthday? She gives everybody a car, and then she’s all, ‘Thank you for coming to Gayle’s
birthday!’” —Gayle, talking about her BFF, Oprah
What did you think of “My Whole Life Is Thunder?” Are you as upset as I am about Colleen’s death? What was your favorite line? Sound off, or you know Colleen will disapprove from her throne in hell.
The end of "30 Rock" is nigh. The cast assembled for the NBC comedy's final table read and Kevin Brown, known as DotCom to die-hard "30 Rock" fans, snapped a photo of the momentous occasion.
The photo features Tracy Morgan, Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin and Jane Krakowski at the head of the table, flanked by Jack McBrayer (in his NBC Page uniform!?) John Lutz and more.
Take a look at the photo and after you talk to some food about your feelings, head over to Kevin Brown's Facebook to see more behind-the-scenes photos from the final season of "30 Rock."
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Rapper Flo Rida is back with a video for ‘Let It Roll,’ and instead of opting for a sexy club scene or hot party, he chose to film on the boardwalk of Miami Beach; he’s clearly representing the state which gave him his moniker!
His newest and latest single off his album ‘Wild Ones’ features the rapper on sneaker skates (as if that’s a real thing), moseying around with a bunch of beautiful women, because, when in Miami, do as Flo Rida would do, right?!
The video is pretty tame compared to his other vids, and features some serious jetlev and go-cart skills on behalf of Flo Rida himself and the extras.
looks like flo lost weight! good @ him!!
also, we need a flo rida tag!!!!!