The Morning Mix: Adam Lambert Wants To Make You Over

Mar 15th, 2010 // 1 Comment

Did You Hear?

:: Adam Lambert is launching his own men’s cosmetics line, featuring everything from guyliner to ”foundation, concealer, shadow, mascara, lip gloss [and] nail polish.” We’re holding out for Lambert’s inevitable clothing line so we can get our hands on a studded codpiece. [Blackbook]

:: MGMT apologize to fans for their song “Flash Delirium” sounding extremely different from their previous material. We’re still waiting for them to make amends for their atrocious album cover. [Spinner]

:: Chris Brown is back on Twitter, now using the handle @chrisbrown. Expect desperate tweets to support his music to fill your Twitter feed. [Bossip]

:: Robert Pattinson wants to record an album once he’s done filming the Twilight series. But will he have as much success as the New Moon soundtrack? Good luck with that, RPattz. [NME]

:: Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” vid has all the elements of being an “epic”—big name director, melodramatic plot, big Hollywood star and an abnormally lengthy running time. [MTV]

After the jump: we wish happy birthday to a Black Eyed Pea.

Music on TV Today:
:: Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) – Ziggy Marley
:: Last Call with Carson Daly (ABC) – Phoenix (repeat)
:: Late Show with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) – Freeway
:: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) – Galactic (repeat)
:: Lopez Tonight (TBS) – Jason Derulo
:: Live with Regis and Kelly (ABC) – The Script
:: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (ABC) – Michael Bublé

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VIDEO REWIND OF THE DAY: Being that today is will.i.am’s 35th birthday, we thought it would be appropriate to highlight the rapper/singer/producer’s video for “I Got It From My Mama” (“it” in this context being “life” instead of a hot beach bod, as featured in the vid). But since William James Adams, Jr. is arguably of the biggest stars in the modern music, let’s take a look back at the gorgeous video for “She’s a Star,” off his 2007 solo album Songs About Girls. will.i.am is the lone star of this magical, constellation-gazing clip, which only proves that the man doesn’t need somebody else’s humps or intergalactic robots to get people’s attention.

Will.i.am “She’s a Star” music video from nabil elderkin on Vimeo.

Have a great day!

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  1. We can’t afford to stand pat while the world races by. The United States of America did not become the most prosperous nation on Earth by sheer luck or happenstance. We got here because each time a generation of Americans has faced a changing world, we have changed with it. We have not feared our future; we have shaped it.

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