OK, so there’s Tebowing, planking, owling….. and now LION KINGing. This is……..amazing. I’m pretty sure anyone with a cat/child/small dog has already done this before. There’s just a name for it now. You don’t have to feel so weird!
Lion kinging is raising your ____ (baby, cat, dog, hamster) into the sky like Rafiki did to Simba in “The Lion King.” And if you’re all, “Oh, I’ve done that before, but I didn’t sing the song….” SHUT UP. Don’t lie. Everyone who has seen Lion King enough times to try Lion King-ing their pet knows that f*cking song by heart. DON’T LIE. Sure, there aren’t words…. but we know the noises. AHHHH SAY HENYAAAA BABA BEE SE BABAAAAA, SAY HENYYAAAAAA…. HUMMMMMMMM
(hoarders alert at :43!!)
Unfortunately I can’t participate in this awesome new phenomenon because have two 60+ lb Golden Retrievers who are fat and I’m not ripped like Rafiki and it would hurt my arms to lift them above my head like that. Maybe I’ll steal someone’s cat a make a video with theirs and pretend like it’s mine.
Cee Lo Green, who penned the contagious song “F*ck You,” performed John Lennon’s song “Imagine” on NBC’s New Year’s Eve show.
As an artist, it’s pretty rude to sing someone else’s song and change the lyrics. Plus, it’s just plain stupid to sing a globally beloved song, and change the lyrics. PEOPLE. WILL. NOTICE. And people will probably be pissed. On top of that, John Lennon is one of the best songwriters to ever live, and that song is one of the best written songs ever. You don’t need to change the words.
He changed the lyric “Nothing to kill or die for, And no religion too“ to “Nothing to kill or die for, And all religion’s true.”
Fans were upset on Twitter, saying he essentially changed the entire message of the song. He tweeted, “Yo I meant no disrespect by changing the lyric guys! I was trying to say a world were u could believe what u wanted that’s all.” And later deleted the tweets, and any tweets referencing the gaffe.
I get what Ceelo’s saying, and I don’t think he’s changing the message of the song entirely. He’s agreeing that religion causes a lot of the unrest in the world, and he’s “imagining” a world where all religions could respect other religion’s beliefs. So all religions could live in peace. Everyone getting along……peace………same message, right? Just one has religion and one doesn’t? Eh…… who knows. Maybe I’m stretching it here.
Next year NBC should to avoid controversy and have their performer sing a song without any substance for NYE… how about “Baby” by Justin Bieber instead? Fair compromise I think.
I’ve been making my way through Ally McBeal on Netflix instant. I’m obsessed! One of the episodes, Ally’s boss’s uncle dies. The uncle apparently hated short people, and her boss wanted to talk about that at the funeral. Not celebrate it, but just talk about it. The pastor where the funeral was being held didn’t want to allow that conversation to take place, because he thought it was encouraging that opinion. Ally had to take the pastor to court so that her boss could speak about how much his uncle hated short people at the funeral.
I UNDERSTAND THAT MADE ABSOLUTELY NO SENSE. But… the point is…. an entire church choir sang this song. I can’t find a video of the scene from the show, but here’s the original guy (Randy Newman) singing the song. Please listen to the lyrics, especially the part about their grubby little fingers, and tell me this is not the most ridiculous song you’ve ever heard in your life!
Lady Gaga is a officially a joke, y’all. Could her album get any more ridiculous? She released her latest monstrosity entitled “Hair,” just in time for her May 20 release of the album. Here are some of the lyrics:
I’ve had enough,
this is my prayer,
that I’ll die living just as free as my hair.
Don’t let it go
It’s my identity
And I’ll die living just as free as my hair
NO GUYS, I didn’t get confused with parody lyrics of an SNL skit making fun of her crappy music….. those are seriously the lyrics to her song. “LOLWUT” is right. Lady Gaga has become a parody of herself.
The sad part is her album will still sell a million copies in the first week because her “monsters” are convinced she’s the best thing to ever happen to music, but her singles (“Born This Way” and “Judas”) have underperformed and are hardly being played on the radio. 4 days ahead of the album release and she debuts another stinker single.
This all cracks me up because everyone thought this album was going to be amazing. She hyped it way too much and created high expectations for it. Back in September her producer, Red One, told MTV the album was “too precious” to talk about and that it was a “Freedom album.” If by “precious” you mean “embarrassing” I totally get it, Red One.
Am I the only person that hates this? Anyone else? Anyone?
Donald Glover from Community proves he is the coolest by performing the famous La Biblioteca rap with a fan
I have a huge Twitter crush on Donald Glover. I actually didn’t even WATCH Community until I started following him on Twitter which made me start to watch the show. A fan of his asked if they could rap the (now famous) La Biblioteca rap from Community. Like the amazing human being he is, he obliged, and it resulted in this amazingness:
Here’s the original video. It’s even funnier when you see what the lyrics mean.
Donde esta la biblioteca me llamo T-bone la arrana discoteca
Discoteca moneca la biblioteca es el bigote grande perro monteca
Monteca picote gigante pequeno cabeza es nillebe serveca es bueno
Buenos dias me gustan papas frias el bigote de la cabra es cameron diaz
Where is the library my name is t-bone the disco spider
Disco, doll, the library is in big mustache dog lard
Lard, mustache, huge, little, head is ice cream, beer is good
Good day I like cold potatoes the goat’s mustache is Cameron Diaz
The only thing I hate about Adele is that she always wears black. Every performance. Every interview. Always covering up her body like she’s ashamed of it. I wish she’d embrace the way she looks!
Anyway, this song is amazing. It’s called Someone Like You off her album 21. The words cut me deep, made me tear up a little bit. Such a story I think everyone can related to a little bit.
Lyrics after the jump