Adele, being neither American nor a lunatic, is reportedly not interested in contributing to the presidential campaigns of howling invertebrates Donald Trump and/or Mike Huckabee.
I am completely overwhelmed.
YouTube dudes the Fine Brothers apparently have a lot of friends with kids in the six-to-tween age range—their Kids React! series is a frequent and enjoyable series—and recently they solicited said kids’ opinions on Adele, platinum smasher and, for some, deal-breaker. As you can see, these children candidly posed some…
Nicki Minaj’s perfect, erratic verse on “Monster” stands as one of the greatest in rap history. It’s okay to attempt it on your own, but only if you’re willing to go to ridiculous lengths and fully commit to the wild hand gestures and cartoonish voice. Adele, hello?
In today’s Tweet Beat, Adele hits the gym, Chrissy Teigen talks to herself and Anna Kendrick considers a career shift.
Here’s famous Candian Celine Dion covering Adele’s ubiquitous single, “Hello.” Between the classic Dion hand gestures and the New Year-specific lyrics (“Be safe.” I will. Thank you Celine), this cover is the funniest thing 2016 has yet to produce.
This is the undoing of the holidays. Whatever happiness we find in being with family and friends, having time off from work, eating with abandon, listening to uplifting music, and receiving thoughtful gifts from loved ones has been erased by this image of Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton kissing in the woods.
Trying to buy concert tickets is already an exercise from hell, but even moreso if you were one of the millions vying to see Adele perform live. Over 10 million Adele fans bombarded Ticketmaster’s website in an attempt to purchase tickets to the singer’s upcoming North American tour. Those who weren’t successful made…
During an appearance Monday night on The Tonight Show, Tina Fey told Jimmy Fallon about the time she met lumbering human-like tardigrade Donald Trump this year and lived to talk about it.
Adele announced the dates for her upcoming North American tour on Monday, and I’m starting to get nervous about what 56 performances of songs like “Hello” and “Chasing Pavements” will do to her voice. Will the followup to 25 be an ambient album filled with the synthesized wails and moans of a musical artist having to…
Uh-oh! Mariah Carey is sick! And during her favorite season, too!
Former child star and urban witch, Mary-Kate Olsen married Olivier Sarkozy (the half-brother of Nicolas Sarkozy), a French banker nearly twenty years her senior. This sentence was already perfect, nothing less than a greying French banker for either of the Olsen twins, but it gets better. According to reports, the…
With the help of The Roots, Jimmy Fallon, and several classroom instruments, Adele sang her comeback jam “Hello” while appearing on The Tonight Show on Tuesday night. But where’s the recorder?
Hello, it’s Adele. She was wondering if after all of these days you had bought “25,” because everyone else has. According to Billboard, “25” has broken the single-week U.S. sales record in only three days.
I have been blogging long enough to recognize the dangers of lionizing a celebrity for their friendly-seeming public persona. The rise and fall of Jennifer Lawrence, the rise and fall and rise and fall again of Taylor Swift—all lessons in the way we put too much pressure on a person to live up to our expectations and…
You likely already know that Kermit and Miss Piggy are no longer together, and that Kermit’s got a new flame—another pig, who looks like a cross between Lana del Rey and Margaery Tyrell. That’s gotta hurt.
There are few of us out there who watch Saturday Night Live solely for the show’s musical performances (unless it’s Ashlee Simpson), but Adele’s amazing performance on the show last night is making a bigger splash than the show itself. And there’s a very good reason for that.
Another Saturday; another uneven Saturday Night Live. The Matthew McConaughey-hosted episode had a few funny moments including a parody of Fox & Friends, spoof auditions for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and a Thanksgiving-inspired sketch about the power of Adele.
“Hello, it’s me,” is not something you will hear from subscription services like Apple Music and Spotify when Adele’s 25 is released tomorrow, as the singer has reportedly told “major digital services” that the album “will not be made available for streaming.”