In the lawsuit, she claims that his song Give Me Everything ”includes an unwarranted, unauthorized, and unfavorable mention of [her] name and personality, and allusions to [her] physical and mental character.”
BUT yesterday a New York federal judge ruled that Lindsay Lohan needs to get off her high horse because Pitbull’s song is a piece of art protected by the first amendment. According to the judge the song ”doesn’t apply to works of art, and that the First Amendment affords full protection.”
”The fact that the Song was presumably created and distributed for the purpose of making a profit does not mean that plaintiff’s name was used for ‘advertising’ or ‘purposes of trade’ within the meaning of the New York Civil Rights Law.”
Sorry Lindsay you won’t make any money off this one. Try again next time.
There’s a new website called Stereotype.fm and it reveals some very strange connections between music taste, habits, and personality types. They surveyed over 100,000 users and came up with several stereotypes that you fall under if you like a certain band.
And no, they didn’t conclude that Justin Bieber fans typically sip on sizzurp and fantasize about castrating him… Or Ke$ha fans like to drink their own urine Kool-Aid. But here are some fun correlations that the website was able to make.
- R.Kelly fans are most likely to pick their nose when no one is around (100% confessed to it).
- 1D fans most likely to pee in the pool (88%).
- Lil Wayne fans are the most likely to be prepared for zombie apocalypse.
- Third Eye Blind fans are most likely to have an imaginary friend. I guess that they can listen can gather and listen to the non-existent band together.
- Michael Buble fans are most likely afraid of spiders.
- Celine Dion fans least likely to own firearms.
- Kelly Clarkson fans most likely to have multiple tattoos.
- And Alanis Morissette fans are the mostly likely to have had a threesome.. Weird. Alanis music makes me angry and more likely to punch a boyfriend, not invite him and his buddies back to the bedroom.
Are you guilty of any of these stereotypes? Can you come up with any fun ones?
No but her team of handlers are well aware of that. They promised to work around the clock babysitting Britney and making sure that she abides by these strict rules.
She’s not allowed to bring company back to her suite, she’s not allowed to gamble, she has a curfew. She has a spending limit and if she wants anymore money, she has to have special permission. She’s going to have handlers with her at all times, monitoring her behavior, telling her what to do and making sure that she is ready to put in all those hours of hard work.
And maybe this change will be good for Britney. She reportedly started hoarding dogs once Jason Trawick left. According to a source, she’s trying to fill those lonely holes with puppy love but then she abandons them and her staff has to take care of them.
And she’s rumored to have this new boyfriend called just Dave. Wonder if he’s going to escort/ babysit her in Vegas?
Amber Rose has been big pregnant for awhile. I was a little concerned that she might just birth that baby right there at the Grammys but she managed to hold on for a little while longer.
But she and husband (?) Wiz Khalifa announced on Twitter that their welcomed a baby boy yesterday. He tweeted, “Happy Birthday Sebastian ‘The Bash’ Taylor Thomaz!!! Everyone welcome this perfect young man into the world.”
Amber said at the VMAs that she was doing an all-natural water birth thing because she wanted the bragging rights but it looks like they ended up in the hospital anyway. Wiz tweeted a pic of him wearing hospital scrubs.
Wonder if she still passed on the drugs if they were so readily available?
Shia LeBouf is trying to win the douche battle. He wants to prove that he was the one wronged in this battle between him and Alec Baldwin but he plagiarized his defense on Twitter.
Shia quit the Broadway play Orphans due to ‘creative differences’ with Alec. He posted an apology email from the director Daniel Sullivan on Twitter, saying, “I’m too old for disagreeable situations. You’re one hell of a great actor. Alec is who he is. You are who you are. You two are incompatible. I should have known it. This one will haunt me. You tried to warn me. You said you were a different breed. I didn’t get it.”
What was the name of this play? When two douches collide??? The Battle of the Egos???
Well Shia posted his response email, where he told the director what it’s like to be a real man.
He said, “A man can tell you he was wrong. That he did wrong. That he planned to. He can tell you when he is lost. He can apologize, even if sometimes it’s just to put an end to the bickering.”
But all those manly thoughts were plagiarized.. He stole that verbatim from an article called ‘What Is A Man’, which was written by Tom Chiarella and appeared in Esquire magazine back in 2009.
Now Shia did try to make it somewhat his own. He added a part at the beginning where he mentioned his drug-dealing dad and he ended it with, “Alec, I’m sorry for my part of a dis-agreeable situation.”
It’s pretty funny that Shia tried to come out the good guy in this situation but came out looking like an even bigger……. I’ve already said DB too many times in this article. I’m just gonna call him an a** hat then.