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Kim and Kanye’s “Bound 2” Spoof
#TaniaOnTheScene - She’s been the butt of many jokes before, and surprisingly often seems to find the humor in them.
And after James Franco and Seth Rogan hilariously spoofed her and fiance Kanye West’s sexually charged music video Bound 2, Kim Kardashian has taken to Twitter to give it her seal of approval.
The 33-year-old even retweeted funnyman Seth’s link to the YouTube clip, titled ‘Bound 3’, to her over 18 million followers.
'You nailed it!!! Sooo funny!' she wrote on her social networking page on Monday.
While Kim has managed to see the funny side of the parody, which sees Seth dry-humping James as he rides a motorcycle just like Kanye, the notoriously hotblooded rapper has yet to react.
Pharrell’s 24-Hour-Long ‘Happy’ Video Will Make Your Day
#TaniaOnTheScene - Yesterday, at the stroke of midnight, pop impresario Pharrell Williams debuted the video for his new single, “Happy.” It’s 24 hours long.
The video, available for streaming on 24hoursofhappy.com, features various dancers lip-synching to Williams’ single throughout the course of a day in Los Angeles. The 4-minute, upbeat song is played on loop, with each cycle introducing a new dancer (or dancers) at a different location. Viewers can fast forward or backward using a clock interface that hovers over the display, and share specific moments on Twitter or Facebook. The dancers, meanwhile, include both anonymous extras and celebrities like Magic Johnson, Steve Carrell, and of course, Williams himself.
The video was directed by We Are From LA and produced by Iconoclast. Williams published non-interactive segments of the video to his YouTube channel, though it’s best experienced on the micro-site.
Check it out here:
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Splitsville: Miley and Liam are over!
#TaniaOnTheScene - Was it the twerking that did them in? Or the texting?
Miley Cyrus, 20, and Liam Hemsworth, 23, have ended their relationship and called off their engagement, reps for both stars have confirmed for USA TODAY.
The buzz has long been brewing, but now it’s official.
E! News reports that the split was “Miley’s decision, after coming to grips with Liam being what she believed was less than faithful to her.”
Lady Gaga rushes out new single Applause to beat leaks
#TaniaOnTheScene - Lady Gaga has rushed out her new single, Applause, after a number of snippets leaked online.
"A pop music emergency is underway," tweeted the star as the single was distributed to iTunes and YouTube.
Applause, the singer’s first new material since 2011, was originally scheduled for release on 19 August.
Leaks are almost a fact of life for today’s pop stars, with Beyonce, Katy Perry and Jay-Z all seeing unauthorised material appear online this year.
Of 2013’s major releases, only David Bowie managed to keep his new album under wraps.
YouTube Bans Justin Timberlake’s New Music Video
#TaniaOnTheScene - Justin Timberlake’s new video was yanked from YouTube on Wednesday for violating nudity policies.
The 32-year-old singer earlier posted a message on Twitter announcing the debut of the video for his single Tunnel Vision and warned of its nature.
“Check out the new video for Tunnel Vision and be ready…it’s explicit. -teamJT,” the tweet said.
The video featured Justin and a cameo from music producer Timbaland and showed them ogling a trio of models who pranced around topless and wearing nude-coloured G-string bottoms.
Justin’s face was superimposed at one point in the video on all three bare-chested models creating surreal Salvador Dali-like imagery.
The models danced around strategically covering themselves at points with their arms and were also partially obscured by mist.
The video was directed by Jonathan Craven, Simon McLoughlin and Jeff Nicholas.