Are you the publisher? Claim or contact us about this channel

Embed this content in your HTML


Report adult content:

click to rate:

Account: (login)

More Channels


Channel Catalog

Channel Description:

Oh No They Didn't! -

older | 1 | .... | 905 | 906 | (Page 907) | 908 | 909 | .... | 4452 | newer

    0 0

    During a Black Friday concert at Webster Hall in New York, Buffet Busta Rhymes lost his balance and pitched headfirst into the crowd while jumping around and headbanging near the edge of the stage. He was seen with blood running down his face but received medical attention and gamely went on with the show.

    And, of course, he later posted about it on Twitter.


    0 0


    Also Happy 10th Birthday "Breakaway"

    0 0

    "I love making people feel good." -- T. Posey

    He talks so much in the beginning of the video. Skip to 2:50 for the actual song.


    0 0

    ABC news reports about Madonna's new demos from her upcoming 13th studio album that leaked online this weekend. They question whether the demos were leaked on purpose or if they were seriously stolen.


    Have you listened to Rebel Heart ONTD?

    0 0

    Daddy loves his little girl...

    ONTD, what did you do for your sweet 16? I never had one. For some reason this just makes me miss Nigeria.

    0 0

    Two of Shia LaBeouf's collaborators on the performance art project #IAMSORRY have made identical comments via Twitter, corroborating LaBeouf's statement that he was raped during a performance of the piece in a Los Angeles art gallery in February this year.

    In an interview piece published earlier this week in Dazed magazine, actor LaBeouf wrote that he had been raped by a woman who attended the performance: "[she] came with her boyfriend, who was outside the door when this happened, whipped my legs for 10 minutes and then stripped my clothing and proceeded to rape me."

    LaBeouf's collaborators on #IAMSORRY, Finnish artist Nastja Säde Rönkkö and British artist Luke Turner, defended the actor after his rape claim was called "pathetic" by Twitter's arsehole-in-residence, Piers Morgan. The artists posted the same comments on Sunday in order to provide what they called "important clarifications" about the art project.

    When asked if the sexual assault against the vulnerable actor was reported to the police, Turner didn't respond but stated that their collaboration with LaBeouf continued. Turner was urged to comment further on the incident when asked by Piers Morgan via Twitter why they had let the rapist "just walk away". (There is a terrible irony to Piers Morgan acting like some sort of moral authority on this, after he'd publicly stated that Shia wasn't a "real rape victim".)

    The artist responded:

    When discussing the incident with Dazed magazine (an incredibly brave thing to do, imo), LaBeouf explained that news of the assault had "travelled through the line" of attendees waiting to see the performance, and had reached his girlfriend. He said: "When she came in she asked for an explanation, and I couldn't speak, so we both sat with this unexplained trauma silently. It was painful."

    The performance art piece #IAMSORRY saw LaBeouf sitting silently behind a desk in a room in LA's Cohen gallery with a paper bag bearing the legend "I am not famous anymore" over his head. Over the course of five days, members of the public queued to sit alone with him in the room with a prop of their choosing.

    The art project was publicised with the statement: "Shia LaBeouf is sorry. Sincerely sorry. He to will be in situ at 73 Beverly Boulevard for the duration. Implements will be provided."

    LaBeouf stated that the collaboration project was a response to his "genuine existential crisis" after he was accused of plagiarising portions of a Daniel Clowes short story for a film he was working on. The actor had previously worn a paper bag to the Berlin premiere of Lars Von Trier's film Nymphomaniac, and said he intended to retire from public life.


    Original ONTD post 1 (Shia mentions in an interview that he was raped during the art project)
    Original ONTD post 2 (Piers Morgan calls Shia's rape claim "pathetic", is vile victim-blaming POS, quelle surprise)

    Warning to those who missed the previous posts: the victim blaming and "real rape" vs "not-real rape" horseshit sprayed throughout the comment sections will make you want to gauge your own eyes out with a fork.

    Let's hope that certain ONTDers have since googled "what is affirmative consent to sex?"

    0 0

    "Part of the 'Guardian' demo. I'll put the actual song out early next year with a SICK video by [Grant Singer]. MORE TO COME!💘"


    to think there was a time when we didn't know if we'd ever get an album and now a new sky ERA is upon us! i'm weak!

    0 0

    Selena Gomez's heartfelt rendition of The Heart Wants What it Wants at the AMA's instantly drew comparisons on twitter and amongst fans for its similarities and influence from Britney Spears' Everytime performance from 10 years ago. A fan page on instagram noted the similarities in a picture comparison and it received a Like and cosign from Ms. Selena Gomez herself.

    Of course Selena has gone on record about Britney Spears influence on her artistry in the past, has covered her songs and attended various of her shows.

    RuPaul's favorite Britney track? The answer might surprise you

    Lets reminisce with this beautifully shot Herb Ritts video

    Selena Gomez story source
    selena gomez story source2
    RuPaul story source

    0 0


    Viewing post02

    Rick and the group go face-to-face against Dawn and her officers in an attempt to save both Beth and Carol without any more bloodshed


    Are you on Team #Save Carol or Team #SaveBeth, looking by AMC's social media promo we shouldn't get used to the idea of #TeamSaveBoth...

    0 0

    Best Picture

    Best Director
    Richard Linklater

    Best Screenplay
    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Best Actress
    Marion Cotillard
    The Immigrant, Two Days, One Night

    Best Actor
    Timothy Spall
    Mr. Turner

    Best Supporting Actress
    Patricia Arquette

    Best Supporting Actor
    J.K. Simmons

    Best Cinematographer
    Darius Khondji
    The Immigrant

    Best Animated Film
    The LEGO Movie

    Best Non-Fiction Film (Documentary)

    Best Foreign Film

    Best First Film
    Jennifer Kent
    The Babadook

    Special Award
    Adrienne Mancia

    0 0

    -his name is steven and he's 47 years old
    -he's an electronics sales man
    -they went to a knicks game last night


    elle looks a lot like him

    0 0


    0 0

    The series finale will be an hour long.


    0 0


    0 0
    0 0

    On Game of Thrones:
    "Game Of Thrones is my life, it's my day job, I love it. But honestly, if there is a curse of Thrones, it's a lifetime of having to talk about it."

    On his movie work:
    "I won't name names and I won't name films but I've sat through private screenings, nearly in tears. Hating it. Thinking: this is the end, everything's over."

    On always looking solemn:
    "I'd get people coming up to me in the street and asking if I was OK. But this is my default. I laugh, I make jokes, I just happen to reside in this face."

    More at GQ
    Practicing his smize on that cover, I see.

    0 0
    0 0

    Full interview is in New York Magazine. Click through please to be fully educated by Chris Rock.

    The relevant bits summarized:

    - Black people have always been qualified, we just now have a better class of white people who recognize this and it all ties back to Obama being elected as the first black president of the United States of America by said group.
    - Black people are Tina Turner, white people are Ike...I don't even...
    - Lots of black people are raised polite and educated and well-mannered without anyone realizing it until now.

    Source. Source.

    Mods, yes, I resorted to twitter. Don't kill me! I linked to Vox's summary as well.

    ONTD, read the WHOLE thing @ the SOURCE, FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY please.

    0 0

    src | 2

    0 0

    "Mozart in the Jungle” is about the classical music world memoir by Blair Tindall and the Venezuela’s conducting superstar, Gustavo Dudamel. Created by the likes of Roman Coppola and Jason Schwartzman, it follows Rodrigo D'Souza, played by Gael García Bernal, who saves orchestras all around the world. It has hints of musical genius and a guy wanting to have fun.

    It also showcases what happens behind the scenes at the symphony, and takes a peak inside the classical music world. García Bernal's character is the new conductor of the New York Symphony Orchestra.

    The entire first season will be available Dec. 23 for Amazon Prime users. The pilot is available now for all Amazon users here.


older | 1 | .... | 905 | 906 | (Page 907) | 908 | 909 | .... | 4452 | newer