Here's an interesting article citing shows like “The Sopranos,” “The Wire,” (of which the creator's inspiration wasn't movies but Dickens) and “The Office” as evidence that TV has become better than film. We agree, but let's face it…there's not much that could be considered “worse” than “Two and a Half Men,” but then along comes Norbit.
Lily Allen has posted a fiesty response to this not-very-attractive photo, bitches! (Taken after a night out partying with an Oasis brother, Liam). Keep reading (use a British accent, it makes it funnier)…
“On thursday i woke up @ 8 in the am and left my hotel in tears , i didnt want to leave . I wanted to go home , I wanted my Mum to cook me a roast , i wanted to walk my dog , I wanted more than 5 hours with my boyfriend . I got in my car and and was followed to the airport by the razzi , actually they followed me all the way to the gate , Heathrow has it's own press dept I saw the guy that was featured on the BBC program ” Airport ” their …
Unless one of her “habits” derails here beforehand, UK singer Amy Winehouse will bring her throwback soul style to the states for a handful of shows to promote the US release of her terrific Back to Black album (#1 on the UK charts). She's scheduled to play New York's Bowery Ballroom Mar 13, two shows in Austin at SXSW on Mar 15 & 16, and in LA at the Roxy Mar 19 and at Spaceland Mar 20.
Because someone had to say it…
According to our good friends (whom we pretend not to know at parties) TMZ.Com, and also according to the horrifying picture after the jump, Britney Spears shaved her head, got some tattoos, and all around went bonkers this weekend. Reports said she was erratic and yelled at the hairdresser that she didn't “want anyone touching me!” Sometimes taking to the razor can be a soul cleansing, liberating act of redemption. Somehow
It's just been annouced that the two leading (ehem…only!) satellite radio providers will be combining into one company. No word yet is XirMius will be the new corporation's name, but it's good to know that we'll be rid of the pesky free market competition. And no longer have to choose between Howard Stern and the best satellite station name ever—The Squizz.