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President Obama Sings LMFAO’s “Sexy And I Know It”

By: Becky Bain // March 28, 2012

President Obama is down with pop music. He’s got an eclectic campaign playlist, is down with The Bieb, and can even carry a note himself. Even though he had absolutely nothing to do with this editing masterpiece that depicts the leader of the free world singing LMFAO’s “Sexy And I Know It”, we think he… More »


Snoop Dogg Teams With Daughter Cori B. For Spoiled-Child Anthem “Daddy’s Girl”

By: X. Alexander // March 6, 2012

Father’s Day isn’t until June, but ladies — store this one away, because Snoop Dogg and his daughter Cori B. have created the father-daughter love anthem to rule them all. Not to be outdone by an infant, Snoop and Cori are giving Blue Ivy Carter a run for her (dad’s) money in “Daddy’… More »


Britney Spears Through The Years: Watch Her Face Morph

By: Becky Bain // March 6, 2012

Someone decided a creepy face morph of the evolution of Britney Spears was in order, and while it is fairly unsettling (was that music pulled from a PBS miniseries?), it does bring to the surface a few interesting observations about the pop star: Brit’s “crazy eyes” start to kick in right around the beginning of… More »


Lady Gaga’s “Marry The Night” Scores Bella & Edward’s Wedding In ‘Twilight’ Parody

By: Idolator Staff // February 10, 2012

The Hillywood Show, responsible for the frighteningly good “This Is Gagaween” Lady Gaga parody, have released a new video, and their latest creation mocks Twilight: Breaking Dawn. Besides showing just how ridiculous that movie is (we still refuse to believe that Jacob falls in love with an infant), the vid uses pop songs as it… More »


Lana Del Rey Famous Enough For Her Own Animated Taiwanese News Story

By: Becky Bain // January 31, 2012

Those who believed one bad Saturday Night Live performance would kill off Lana Del Rey’s career before it even got started can eat their hat, as the singer’s new album Born To Die debuted this week at #1 on iTunes in 14 countries (including here in the US). The jury’s still out how… More »


Ke$ha And The Flaming Lips Are Having Way Too Much Fun In The Studio

By: Idolator Staff // January 22, 2012

Whatever is going on between Ke$ha and the Flaming Lips, it certainly promises to be… interesting. An album by the psychedelic rockers seem a perfect outlet for the facial hair-feasting Cannibal to channel her more, um, “experimental” side into before delivering her sophomore LP, but what the hell is going on over there?!? The band’… More »


Justin Bieber-Lana Del Rey Face Mash-Up Looks As Creepy As It Sounds

By: Erika Brooks Adickman // January 11, 2012

As if Justin Bieber’s fans weren’t upset enough with the Canadian crooner’s recent V magazine cover spread, now someone has undergone the highly unnecessary Photoshop task of replacing JB’s face with that upcoming SNL performer Lana Del Rey. The result is incredibly disturbing (and surprisingly resembles Natalie Portman, circa 2006). Perha… More »


Rappers Know How To Spell, As Evidenced By This Video Montage

By: Becky Bain // January 5, 2012

Fergie isn’t the only performer who would be a force to be reckoned with during a spelling bee. Pretty much every rapper – from Biggie (“B-I-G, P-O, P-P-A”) to Snoop Dog (“The S-N-double-O-P”) to Jay-Z (“H-O-V-A!”) and beyond – makes sure the world knows who they are by providing the correct spelling of their MC… More »


See What An Amy Winehouse-Inspired Lamp Looks Like

By: Erika Brooks Adickman // January 3, 2012

Now here’s a bright idea: a lamp that pays tribute to the late singer Amy Winehouse. No, it doesn’t serenade you with the first few bars of “Rehab” when you flip it on (though with a price tag of $1,500 we think it should). Instead, lighting designer Delightfull has modeled the lamp after the “Halftime”More »


Why Did Snoop Dogg Host ‘The Price Is Right’?

By: Idolator Staff // January 2, 2012

We knew Snoop Dogg had a sense of humor (from “Turtleneck And Chain” to his Charlie Sheen collaboration). But we never expected to see the “Wild, Young And Free” superstar hosting The Price Is Right. Yet the ever-charitable rapper did indeed hop on the mic to offer up some major prizes in a special episode… More »


D12 Rapper Gets Bizarre Nicki Minaj Tattoo

By: Erika Brooks Adickman // December 28, 2011

Yesterday, Drake showed off his new Aaliyah tattoo, and today D12’s Bizarre has revealed the Nicki Minaj likeness he’s inked onto his arm. What is going on with the men in rap?! While Drizzy’s display of permanent devotion to the late R&B songstress may have come off extreme yet sweet, Bizarre’s branding of… More »


Ke$ha Likes Your Beard Enough To Put It In Her Mouth

By: Idolator Staff // December 9, 2011

And just when we thought Ke$ha couldn’t get any weirder! It’s a good thing it’s Friday, because we’ll need to the weekend to recover from the $leazy songbird’s latest video, “Put Your Beard In My Mouth,” which is not in any way a euphemism. It features the “Only Wanna Dance With You” diva literally putting… More »


Watch Fake Adele’s “Set Fire To The Rain” Video

By: Becky Bain // December 6, 2011

Adele’s third single off her Grammy-nominated, enormously successful (and Idolator-approved) 21 will be “Set Fire To The Rain”, though it appears someone beat her to filming a music video for the song. Aspiring director Andrew Vallentine shot a gorgeously choreographed video for the Brit singer’s breakup tune, and even cast an Adele look-a-like… More »


Kris Allen’s Festive (And Drunken?) Dubstep Christmas Video

By: Robbie Daw // December 1, 2011

Was Kris Allen hammered when he and his friends made this video, which features the American Idol winner getting his groove on and repeating the words “dubstep Christmas” over and over? Let’s hope so. And let’s hope he also lays down a few dubstep jams for his next album! As for the slight (?) undercurrent… More »


Michael Jackson’s Deathbed Up For Auction (Don’t All Rush At Once, Folks)

By: Robbie Daw // November 9, 2011

Items from the mansion in the Holmby Hills area of Los Angeles where Michael Jackson and his children lived in at the time of the singer’s death are heading to auction, reports Entertainment Weekly. To be included: antique furnishings, paintings, sculptures and the queen-size bed Jackson died in. (This is the point where you close… More »


Rebecca Black “Friday” Documentary Hits The Web

By: Robbie Daw // November 3, 2011

As completely inane as the words “Rebecca Black documentary” look when strung together, the six-minute clip Jon Ronson whipped together about “a man who once posted a video on YouTube that achieved 200 million hits” — the man being Patrice Wilson, formerly of Ark Music Factory, and the video, of course, being Black’s “Friday” —… More »


50 Cent And Mike Tyson Parody ‘The Hangover’ To Sell Energy Drinks

By: Becky Bain // October 25, 2011

When 50 Cent isn’t writing Facebook manifestos about the importance of helping those in need by supporting his energy drink, he’s releasing parody videos in promotion of his energy drink. Fiddy paired up with Floyd Mayweather to film their own mini version of The Hangover, complete with a cameo from one of the movie’… More »


LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” Gets An Awesome Haunted House Makeover

By: Idolator Staff // October 23, 2011

We thought we’d never see a kookier homage to LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” than the, err, “North Korean remix” featuring found footage of Kim Jong-II’s military parades edited together to look like choreography. We were very wrong. Someone with entirely too much time on their hands has put together a Halloween-themed light show on their… More »


Choose Your Lady Gaga Halloween Costume In “This Is Gagaween” Parody

By: Becky Bain // October 19, 2011

Which Lady Gaga persona do you think will get the most action this Halloween? Jo Calderone? YuYi the mermaid? Skull-faced “Born This Way” Gaga? Or perhaps some sort of Classic look, with a Kermit coat or a hair bow? Practically every look the pop star ever sported is represented here in “This Is Gagaween.”… More »


“What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger”: Biggest Cliche Lyric Ever?

By: Becky Bain // October 13, 2011

It’s likely that Friedrich Nietzsche had no idea he would inspire performers across the music spectrum when he coined the phrase “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” back in the 19th century. Actually, his words in 1889’s Twilight Of The Idols were “That which does not kill us makes us stronger,” but artists like… More »


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