The-Dream has a new look.
Remember when The-Dream really made your week and released the very NSFW video for his single "Pussy"? That incident was not a one-time only deal. The story continues with this week's "Equestrian" which is not about horses.
You could watch the maybe-NSFW video above, but that's only if you're alone and/or your office is the kind of place where the idea of Human Resources is a joke. That's how sexual The-Dream's new video for his song "Pussy" (featuring Big Sean and Pusha T) is, and why, according to SPIN, it got pulled from YouTube…
Usually the only controversies Gwyneth Paltrow deals with have to do with cookbooks and juice cleanses, but she stepped in a real mire this weekend when she tweeted the n-word. It happened on Friday night when Gwyneth was in Paris and joined her BFF Beyonce for Jay-Z and Kanye West's Watch the Throne tour stop. While…
Last night's episode of Kourtney & Kim Take New York chronicled how Kim came to the decision to record a single. She was approached by big-time producer The-Dream. The end. She had no interest in being a recording artist before—or seemingly, during—this process. In the studio she doesn't look or act excited at all,…
- In an upcoming MTV documentary about her, Nicki Minaj discusses how The Showbiz's double-standardism discourages women artists from being more assertive. "When I am assertive, I'm a bitch," she says. "When a man is assertive, he's a boss."
At an event last night, the verbally-incontinent crooner was alternately silent and douchey.
- Lindsay Lohan has hired famed attorney Robert Shapiro to represent her, but it doesn't look like Shapiro is interested in getting Lohan out of her jail time:
- Today in a hard-hitting interview with Meghan McCain for The Daily Beast, Snooki revealed that she's against the Obama administration's tax on tanning booths, but voted for John McCain mainly because he's "really cute."
At last night's very long, and very crowded, Grammy Awards, most of the audience members were just as confused, annoyed, and distracted as the viewers at home.