Nadya’s new song can not only be enjoyed in English, but also in Spanish:
“1, 2, 3, 4, get your (?) out on the floor / 5, 6, 7, 8, let your body gyrate.” Uno, dos, tres, cuartro, Sexy Party!”
Octomom recorded ‘Sexy Party’ with Adam Barta, but the vocals are so completely altered with computer effects that it’s hard to tell who is really singing…it could be Siri—Ms. iPhone—for all we know. Just kidding…Siri is obviously a MUCH better singer.
We may mock Nadya Suleman, which she makes extremely easy, but we gotta hand it to her—she’s definitely not milking system—girl’s always working…on her next sketchy get rich quick scheme.
The Expendables 2 topped the box office, beating The Bourne Legacy! This is an unbelievable accomplishment for arthritic old men with matching shoulder surgeries. Although the $28 million that Sly Stallone and his slew of ageless action heroes pulled in—will surely afford them plenty of Viagra refills—the sequel’s debut weekend is down versus the original Expendables in 2010, which earned $34 million during its opening weekend.
The Bourne Legacy took 2nd place and $17 million, beating the premiering ParaNorman, which brought in $14 million and the bronze box office medal. The second leg of The Campaign came in 4th place with $13 million worth of new votes. The debut of Whitney Houston’s final film — Sparkle — earned a sparkling $12 million, but finished in a not so sparkly 5th place.
Below are the Top 5 box office performers this weekend:
1- The Expendables 2* raked in $28 million in its opening weekend.
2- The Bourne Legacy earned $17 million ($69 million total during its first 2-weeks).
3- ParaNorman* produced $14 million in its premiere weekend.
4- The Campaign got $13 million worth of new votes ($52 million in The Campaign’s first 2-weeks).
5- Sparkle* garnered bling bling of $12 million.
Beyonce drops a new music video, but it’s not some shake your booty kinda thang. ‘I Was Here’ has a very important message. The video was filmed at the United Nations in support of World Humanitarian Day and was presented by Anderson Cooper presented. The goal of this bad-a$$ ballad is to send 1 billion messages of hope across the globe; asking listeners to participate in awesome acts—like volunteering for a charity organization, making sandwiches for the homeless, or letting in that idiot driver.
Beyonce has asked for little help from her friends — Michelle Obama, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Shakira, Gwyneth Paltrow + her hubby, Chris Martin, and Queen B’s own hubby, Jay-Z — are all participating in the effort.
Although World Humanitarian Day was yesterday and the 1 billion goal was met —HOORAY—it’s still possible to get brownie points for your own good deeds! Click for more info.
What do Katy Perry and Jennifer Lopez have in common? Don’t worry, the answer is not John Mayer… He’s a little to old for J.Lo. But Jenny from the block wants to mimic a successful idea that Katy recently prospered from. Jennifer is the next star to film a 3D concert movie!
Her manager announced their plans to release this 3D concert movie, saying they are going to show all of ‘the last few years in Jennifer’s life as she faced big changes’…. Meaning, they are finally going to cash in and spill the deets (but not really) on her divorce with Marc Anthony, her home life with the twins and young fling Casper Smart, her departure from Idol and follow her tour with Enrique Iglesias.
Are you interested in seeing a J.Lo 3D concert or should she stick to mediocre films like ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’?
Tony Scott shot to fame after directing some notable movies, such as ‘Top Gun’, ‘Beverly Hills Cop 2’ and ‘Enemy of the State’. Some of his more recent work includes ‘Domino’, ‘Life in a Day’ and ‘Prometheus’. It was even rumored that he was in talks to direct a Top Gun sequel. His older brother, Ridley Scott, is also a talented director, responsible for ‘Thelma and Louise’, ‘Black Hawk Down’ and ‘American Gangster’.
Tragically, Tony Scott committed suicide yesterday by jumping off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in the Long Beach area of LA. Witnesses said that about 12:30 in the afternoon, he climbed a nine-foot fence and jumped ‘without hesitation’. The bridge is about 185 feet above the water. He was just 68 years old.
The police said there was a suicide note left in his office but no word on what it said.
He leaves behind two twin sons and his wife Donna.