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Here's Why Hollywood's Drunkest Award Show Will Probably Be Pretty Exciting This Year

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has a history of choosing Golden Globe nominees for reasons as simple as, “Uh, we’ve heard of it?” but this year’s lineup is filled with some delightful surprises that will probably make the ceremony the most entertaining of the year—despite Ricky Gervais.

Get Down With Sharkmuffin's Minimal Punk Anthem, 'Tampons Are For Sluts'

Badass New York punks Sharkmuffin know how to throw a karaoke party, as evidenced in this new video for their thrashing new single, “Tampons Are For Sluts,” airing for the first time here at Jezebel. Shot by Caroline Yoder, it’s got all the attributes of a must-attend slumber party—costumes, balloons, bubbles,…

Everything You Need to Remember to Prepare for Game of Thrones Season 5

Game of Thrones is a sadistically complicated show, and if you haven't watched or thought about it in a year, you've probably forgotten everything that happened last season. Where's Arya? Where's Jaime? Where's Bran? (A tree.) Our video will answer your geographical, narrative, and existential questions about the…

Watch Kendrick Lamar's Great 'King Kunta' Vid, With Love from Compton

The fact that Kendrick Lamar premiered the video for "King Kunta" on a Times Square billboard for a headphone company that Dr. Dre sold to Apple for $3 billion should not be lost: Compton officially came up, and Kendrick is here to floss the irrefutable Comptonness of it all. It's a "mama we made it" moment, his…

Nile Rodgers' Chic Drops 1st Video in 20 Years, Starring Karlie Kloss

Nile Rodgers' legendary disco-soul band Chic has reunited, but "I'll Be There," the group's first single and video in 20 years, is like they never left. Pulling Kimberly Davis and Folami's super-slick vocals over that indelible, driving disco lifeforce that is Rodgers' guitar style, the group is clearly making good on…

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Charli XCX and Rita Ora Go Full Thelma & Louise in New Video

Charli XCX and Rita Ora's new "Doing It" video is a spaghetti western of a bank robbery, two high-contrast pop stars bum-rushing a gas station and rolling around the desert in their pink trucks. It's not quite as fatalist or committed as Thelma & Louise, insofar that they do not die in the end. But Charli seems super…