Thanks to twitter, fights between pop stars, wannabes, Kardashians, and of course low rent news anchors (cough cough, Katie Couric) can be viewed for all of us to salivate over.
Let’s face it the world has bigger problems, but its fascinating to watch the twist and turns of a knock down twitter fight. There is an art form to doing it right. Will Gaga and Perez reach that point? Only time will tell. Yes, these are the days of of lives…..
In my humble opinion, Gaga has a stinker on her hands and she really needs to stop trying to compete with Katy Perry. She’s a totally different kind of artist (though still pop) and she’s definitely trying waaaaayyyyy tooooo hard lately.
5.9 million viewers tuned in to the premiere of the new season. Though these aren’t the numbers you’ll see zombies pull in (Walking Dead obliterates Breaking Bad’s numbers with double the amount of viewers), what’s interesting here is that the high numbers are resulting after a series has already been on the air for five seasons. Read more here.
Looks like he’ll have a continued relationship with NBC after all. I wonder what Kabletown has to say about this. From NYM:
Alec Bladwin’s next move will apparently be into an anchor’s chair at MSNBC, at least according to Mediaite, which cites an anonymous but “senior” source at the network who “insists its a done deal.” The report is slim on solid details about the show, other than that it will air at 10 p.m. on Fridays, “and will feature a large dose of Baldwin’s outspoken liberal politics.”
I assume any negotiations for his contract went down as above.
I should use the term lightly, “bromance,” because these two roided up OG’s probably had a case of haterade for each other for a while now. Whatever you think their “friend” status is (was), count it officially cancelled after Stallone took to twitter and beefed out some knowledge regarding the human q-ball that is Willis:
Now I’m no Nostradamus, but I’ll go on the record right now, and say that if a physical altercation went down between these two, the smart money is on the Italian Stallion. Willis’ only hope is an “over the top,” arm wrestling showdown–and Stallone could STILL probably break his limb as casually as breaking a bread stick. Besides, Willis certainly has had his share of issues lately. Mainly, the dude can’t seem to participate in an interview at all.