In what would have otherwise been a schmaltzy explosion of pedestrian melodic sentiment and electric Lisa Frank-esque blobs, Our Lady Bey rendered the Super Bowl Halftime Show a religious experience. That is, if you ignored most everything that preceded her arrival.
With Queen B scheduled to perform with Coldplay at tomorrow’s Superbowl, it probably shouldn’t be that surprising that she dropped a video earlier today. But since it’s Beyoncé, it’s as surprising as it is thrilling; and, as Noisey points out, it’s her first new song since 2014.
According to sources, this weekend is the Super Bowl, a time-honored tradition where men bang each other’s heads together, causing years of damage that eventually leads to death (and probable financial ruin before that), as the American public watches in glee while consuming mass quantities of unhealthy foods and…
Fresh off Lady Gaga’s Golden Globe win for her portrayal as a wacky ingenue lookin’ for love in American Horror Story: Hotel, she will now embark on her biggest role yet: the lucky fool who gets to belt out the “Star Spangled Banner” to a stadium full of beer-addled football fans who are acting out their battle for…
Jay Z’s tennis partner Chris Martin deliberately let it slip that Bruno Mars will be joining Coldplay during their Super Bowl halftime performance on Sunday.
[Long, tired sigh.] So you know how the "left shark" dancing next to Katy Perry at the halftime show became the breakout viral hit of the Super Bowl? Well, naturally, somebody decided to capitalize on the left shark's popularity. And now Katy Perry has unleashed her lawyers on him. It's come to this.
Cool Dad Lenny Kravitz took the whole, "I'm a dad, but I'm still hip and relevant" schtick a step beyond the scope of what normal dads do to prove that they're cool and on the pulse, like, say, using emojis or wearing their baseball caps backwards, by doing something only Lenny Kravitz would do: grinding his junk on…
Vanessa Bayer has done it again on this week's SNL, brandishing her signature tragic, toothy housewife smile to parody the classic "woman feeds men and then goes away" Super Bowl commercial format.
During last night's Super Bowl, millions watched as Kate Upton stepped out of a bathtub, donned battle armor and escaped a crumbling stronghold on horseback. The game she's advertising is nowhere near as exciting.
During the Super Bowl XLIX Sunday evening (which one of my viewing companions pointed out is a pretty sexy set of roman numerals), performance artist Katy Perry brought out a set of dancing sharks that immediately captivated a nation – in its pants.
The anti-domestic violence PSA which ran during Sunday's Super Bowl was not only gripping, but pulled from a real 911 call posted on Reddit by a dispatcher eight months ago.
Today in unfortunate juxtapositions: the NFL's much-hyped Super Bowl domestic violence PSA was followed, in New York City's market, at least, with an incredibly ill-timed ad for insurance that kicked off with a joke about testicles.
Football's irredeemable barbarism, glorification of war, and (now conscious) habit of putting big strong men into early graves makes the whole thing thoroughly unwatchable for me. I don't like violent video games for similar reasons. So, it came as a big, huge, giant shock that I enjoyed this Conan O'Brien Show clip…
Since Katy Perry announced she was booked for the Super Bowl's halftime show, rumors have abounded about a special secret guest. Who would show? Some had it pegged at Perry's pal Rihanna, but logically that would never fly—badgal would most certainly hold out for her own damn Super Bowl halftime. But now we know for…
Jennifer Aniston was a guest on last night's episode of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, and it was a nice little reminder that Aniston is, at the end of the day, a pretty funny lady.
M.I.A.'s legal battle with the NFL over her performance at the Super Bowl in 2012 when she quite literally flipped it to the man has been settled.
Today, in "are you fucking kidding me," the NFL has demanded an additional $15.1 million from M.I.A. in restitution for briefly raising her middle finger during the Super Bowl halftime show two years ago. This brings the entire arbitration claim against her to $16.6 million.