No matter your age, your race, your religion, or your sexual preference - we can all learn from this video and maybe, just maybe, spread a little love around the world.
Kelly Clarkson is back and just as good as ever. Her new album "Piece by Piece" is officially in stores today. She's announced a summer tour with dates from July through September...AND she hung out with Jimmy Fallon last night to perform the "History of Duets."
Jimmy's "Aaron Neville" impersaonation is spot on...literally.
...og Jared Leto's long, luxurious locks. I'm sorry, ladies. He went and did it. They're gone.
But, it's for a good reason. In case you don't follow every little bit of Jared Leto news, it's cool, let me fill you in. He's gearing up to be The Joker in the David Ayer project "The Suicide Squad."
Here's the before and after:
That's funny...someone else just had a recent transformation, too...
Sure, this week is a cool week for music...Rixton's debut album "Let the Road" hits stores, as does Kelly Clarksons "Piece by Piece"....but, ALSO out this week, a new single from Carly Rae Jepsen.
Could she finally have another hit as big as "Call Me Maybe" ????
You be the judge.
I will admit, growing up my parents got rid of cable for a while. Hey a families gotta do what a families gotta do. But, I do know that at some point I had the ability to watch Mtv and I used to love watching "Pimp my Ride" with Xzibit. I wanted my non-existant 15 year old high school sophomore ride pimped OUT! But...I guess it's a good thing that never happened because I would've been incrediblty disappointed.
I'm sorry that I'm about to crush your dreams, but Pimp My Ride was super duper fake. Not only did the cars not get the full pimpage that it seemed but it also took a helluva lot longer than the 3-5 days it appeared.
According to former show contestants, not all of the stuff the car was pimped with stayed in the car after filming: tvs removed, spinners removed and replaced with regular 20" rims (they say for safety reasons), a "pop-up" wine contraption (they didn't want to condone drinking and driving - ya know, just on the show.) So, why show it in the first place? Well, obviously for the glitz and glam of Hollywood, duh.
Check out the story of what some contestants went through with their sorta pimped out rides: http://www.brobible.com/entertainment/article/pimp-my-ride-was-fake/