Lady Gaga is still upset about getting called fat so now, she’s pointing her fat sausage finger at another large artist. She said during an interview, “Adele is bigger than me.. How come nobody says anything about that?”
But remember when Lady Gaga’s fans were all attacking Adele after she became the best selling artist in the world? Gaga’s fans were tweeting things like, “Confirmed: Gaga will not be wearing her meat dress because she is afraid Adele will eat it” and (singing) “I’m bootyful in my own way because Arby’s makes nooo mistakes, I’ve got the right order, baby, I was born this weight.” So people, especially Gaga’s fans, have been rude about her weight before. Is it necessary to call the new mom fat? At least she has an excuse Gaga.
She didn’t just bash her weight though. She tried to play nice by saying, “She’s so wonderful and I think her confidence is something I have to match. She has set the bar very high for a lot of woman. I need to be a confident woman and just say politically active things when I can that are helpful to young people.” … but does it really matter that she tried to be nice after calling the girl fat?
And speaking of Adele’s baby, she just gave birth to a boy almost a month ago. She never released the baby’s name but everyone just thought that she was being secretive and private.
That’s not the case at all though! Adele still hasn’t named her baby boy. She and Simon Konecki thought that they would come up with the perfect name once they saw his face but after almost a month, they are still drawing a blank.
Don’t ask Gaga for any help with a name. She’d just suggest that they name him after his mom… Fat.
Wreck-It Ralph opens at No. 1 this weekend. The retro video game flick made $49 million and cost $165 million to make. Wow! It sure is pricey to bring back a simpler time… Flight debuted at No. 2 with $25 million and only cost $31 mill budget—NICE LANDING!
Meanwhile, poor Cloud Atlas still doesn’t seem to have invested in a GPS… Atlas gets even MORE LOST as it tries to find its way to the box office; the Tom Hanks film slipped from No. 2 to No. 6.
Kung Fu-ish newcomer The Man With The Iron Fists hammered its way only so far as a 4th place finish, with a sleepy $8 million bow in. It wasn’t quite enough to displace Argo, which came in 3rd place and added $10 million.
Below are the Top 5 box office performers this weekend:
1- Wreck-It Ralph* knocks down $49 million in its premiere weekend.
2- Flight* safely lands $25 million during its debut weekend.
3- Argo brings home another $10 million ($76 million over its 4-weeks in theaters).
4- The Man with the Iron Fists* opens with $8 million.
5- Take 2 hangs on to the top 5, earning another $6 million ($125 million total in its 5-week run).
Britney Spears was “Amazing” on X-Factor, Kim Kardashian is caught up in a new sex tape scandal, and Lil Wayne can no longer get high. Plus, Gangnam Style singer PSY is on the phone, and Charlie Sheen is back to his coke and hooker ways!
No Doubt released a video for their song ‘Looking Hot’ over the weekend.
It had a cowboys and Indians theme. Gwen Stefani was an Indian princess that was wearing a Native American outfit and headdress.
The video is full of Indian stereotypes. They are dancing around teepees and using smoke signals. Gwen gets chained up and held prisoner by the locals but the band later helps her escape. And she looks smoking hot in the video.
But the Native Americans found the video offensive and called it racist.
No Doubt ended up yanking the video and issued an apology on their website, saying, “Our intention with our new video was never to offend, hurt or trivialize Native American people, their culture or their history. Although we consulted with Native American friends and Native American studies experts at the University of California, we realize now that we have offended people. This is of great concern to us and we are removing the video immediately. We sincerely apologize to the Native American community, and anyone else offended by this video. Being hurtful to anyone is simply not who we are.”
Taylor Swift doesn’t just get inspiration for her music through multiple heartbreaks.. She also steals from other musicians.
Singer Matt Nathanson is calling Taylor out for stealing some of his lines. There is a line off her new album from the song ‘All Too Well’ that is almost identical to a line in his song ‘I Saw’ from his 2003 album called ‘Beneath the Fireworks’. And he has a good point. Taylor’s line, says, “And I forget about you long enough to forget why I needed to.” Matt’s line says, “And I’ll forget about you long enough to forget why I need to.”
Taylor is a fan of Matt’s music too. She’s had lyrics to his songs written on her arm at multiple shows. When Matt noticed the ripped off line, he tweeted, “She’s definitely a fan… Now she’s a thief.”
He deleted the post pretty quickly, probably because the Swifty fans started coming after him.
But later, he started defending himself again. He tweeted, “So far, my favorite thing about today is the wave of @taylorswift13 fans calling me a [rhymes with stick] on Twitter for writing ‘I Saw’ in 2003.”
Taylor has yet to comment on this thievery. Listen to the eerily similar songs now!