This guy buys a fake head and puts it in his bed while his girlfriend is sleeping and she wakes up to see it next to her and flips out. I have been laughing for 45 minutes straight.
I really like it a lot. John Mayer has a very unique sound and timbre to his voice, which is why so many people like him. I can’t wait to hear the rest of the album!
After Perez Hilton.com posted a picture of the Spice Girls (minus Victoria) together last week, Geri Halliwell appeared on a morning radio show and had this to say about the future of the Spice Girls:
“We always talk about creative plans. Whatever happens afterwards is a bonus. Right now, I’ll be honest: we are gathering information about a possibility…[but] when you are evolving a plan, you don’t want to share it with the world.”
Kind of vague, but considering Geri has nothing else going for her, of course she is out running her mouth, hoping it happens. She wants paid!
A second reunion tour should garner a new album of material, if you ask me. Are we going to see light-hearted, spunky, Spice Girls songs on the Billboard Hot 100 again? I hope so!
Perez Hilton posted this first, and I had to share it on my site. Beyonce sang a version of “Halo” to a little girl named Chelsea who is suffering from Lieukemia. When Chelsea, the little girl, leans her head on Beyonce’s I lost it.
Former world No.1 tennis player, and current world No. 1 most annoying person in the world, Justine Henin, will be announcing her return to professional tennis after dramatically, yet thankfully for everyone who watches tennis, announcing her abrupt retirement in May 2008.
Justine, who has been the center of many unsportsmanlike scenarios in her tennis career, and who has no personality to offer the game of tennis, will be boring us to death with her cranky, selfish, and what now seems like desperate attempts to win more majors.
We can only assume that Justine saw the success of fellow Belgian Kim Clijsters winning the U.S. Open, and used her win as a selfish means of motivation to get back in the game of tennis.
Frankly, Justine’s retirement was welcomed, not only by me, but most of the tennis world as well. As recently as May, Justine had said that a possible return to tennis in the future was “unthinkable.” We wish she would have stopped thinking and stayed retired!
We share Justine’s expression in the picture above, knowing that she’ll be in the draws of events in the future.