Selena Gomez is having another "Spring Breakers" moment in her new video for "Come & Get It," which premiered Tuesday night on MTV.
The 20-year-old embraces the Indian influences in her single and shows off her dance moves in the face of all sorts of natural elements .
It was directed by Anthony Mandler, who is also behind Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble." She tells "MTV" she feels its the best video she's put out so far and that Anthony did a "perfect" job conveying the "earthy" feel she was going for.
We might as well just call our friends with a toilet seat because it's CLEANER than our iPhone!
Mashable.com reports, "Studies show that your cellphone is one of the dirties things you come in contact with on a daily basis. Here's a list of five surprising objects that contain less bacteria than your phone."
Check it out! "Ashtrays & Heartbreaks" from Snoop Lion, featuring Miley Cyrus! Whatcha think?
The artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg teamed up with the unlikeliest of singers â Miley Cyrus â to make music magic. The result: a Reggae-infused track, titled "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks."
The new Snoop Lion song, produced by Major Lazor and Ariel Rechtshaid, features Cyrus, 20, on the hook.
"I did a song with Snoop, and it's coming out very, very soon," Cyrus previously told Ryan Seacrest. "I can finally say I'm going to have a song with Snoop Dogg coming very soon. It's recorded, done. I'm so excited!"
Cyrus's upcoming album will also include a song of her own with Snoop Lion, 41, which she has announced will be the first single.
The former Disney starlet has also tweeted excitedly about working on her new music. Cyrus dropped hints via Twitter about collaborations with artists, including hit producer Pharrell.
"I want this record to be different and a bunch of passion projects," she said. "I've been able to do these things where I've just been in the studio at the right time and these projects have just magically come."
While Snoop's full album is due out April 23, Cyrus hasn't put a date on her release.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, who has done stints in rehab for problems with alcohol, has dropped out of the current leg of the band's tour for "personal issues," the band said on its website on Wednesday.
"Due to personal issues, Richie Sambora will not be performing on this upcoming leg. All shows will go on as scheduled," the posting said, offering no other details or when Sambora might resume performing.
Sambora, 53, spent time in rehab in 2007 and 2011, and the band did its 2011 North American andEuropean tour without him.
Bon Jovi is scheduled to perform this week in Edmonton, Alberta, and Winnipeg, Manitoba, and St. Paul, Minn. on Sunday.
The "Because We Can" tour's April dates include Los Angeles, Denver, Las Vegas and other cities before international appearances kick off on May 7 in Capetown, South Africa.
The band is set to play in Sweden, Germany, Britain, Spain, Poland and Italy among others before returning to the United States in July.
I hadn't seen Finding Nemo in a long time, but it was on Sunday and so I took the time to watch it. Now, we're finding out today, that an official sequel has finally come together!
Pixar is finally taking us back to the sea.
Disney announced on Tuesday that its follow-up to 2003's Oscar-winning splash hit "Finding Nemo" will be titled "Finding Dory," and will focus on the loveable, little blue tang fish voiced by Ellen DeGeneres. The movie, which will be directed by original "Nemo" co-director Andrew Stanton, will hit theaters on Nov. 25, 2015.
"I have waited for this day for a long, long, long, long, long, long time," DeGeneres said in a release. "I'm not mad it took this long. I know the people at Pixar were busy creating "Toy Story 16." But the time they took was worth it. The script is fantastic. And it has everything I loved about the first one: It's got a lot of heart, it's really funny, and the best part is -- it's got a lot more Dory."
"Finding Dory" will apparently take place about a year after the events of "Nemo." Characters including Marlin, Nemo and the "Tank Gang" will all be back, though Pixar didn't specify whether actors including Albert Brooks and Willem Dafoe will return to voice them.
They did, however, say that the story will be partially set along the California coastline, and will feature several new characters -- "including a few who will prove to be a very important part of Dory's life."
"Finding Nemo" reportedly earned $380,843,261 at the domestic box office and an additional $540,900,000 at the international box office, for a total worldwide gross of $921,743,261. That's pretty impressive for a movie about some little fishes that had a production budget of $94 million. It also won the 2003 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
The film is the latest in Pixar's plethora of sequels, including three "Toy Story" films and two "Cars" installments, and a prequel to "Monsters Inc.," titled "Monsters University," to be released this summer.
That's all dandy, but DeGeneres may have raised a good point -- a little more Dory, a lot sooner, would have likely gone over just swimmingly with "Nemo" fans.
Tell us: Are you excited for "Finding Dory"? Are you glad that Ellen DeGeneres will have an even bigger role?
Taylor Swift will soon be the newest girl on New Girl.The singer will tape her appearance next week during a break from her Red Tour.
The singer is set to guest-star on the Season 2 finale of the Fox comedy May 14. Swift will play a character named Elaine, a guest at the wedding of Cece (Hannah Simone) and Shivrang (Satya Bhabha), EWreports.
New Girl stars actress/singer Zooey Deschanel as Jessica Day, who lives with three male roommates.
Swift is scheduled to tape her appearance on the show next week during a break on her Red Tour.
It won't be Swift's first acting gig: The singer has guest-starred in an episode of CSI and appeared on the big screen in Valentine's Day.
Justin Timberlake makes an appearance on the Jonathan Ross Show, plays some miniature golf, does a Michael Caine impression and, oh yeah, does FIVE SHOTS of tequila in just 10 minutes. Pretty amusing! Check out the video [WARNING: LANGUAGE]
Original article: http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2013/03/justin-timberlake-jonathan-ross-tequila/
In an effort to make convenience stores MOREâ¦ convenient, Cracked.com posted some ETIQUITTE rules we should ALL be following. And they look SPOT ON!.
The top five:
1) Know How to Use the Credit Card Machine. A lot of stores make you swipe your own card now. And the self-swiper machines have been around a while, so you SHOULD be able to do it without messing it up twice and taking five minutes.
2) Don't Scratch Off Your Lottery Tickets Right Next to the Register. The worst is when someone buys a ticket then scratches it off while they're still standing in line . . . because they don't want to go to the END of the line to cash it in if they win something.
But even if you're just taking up counter space and you're KIND OF in someone's way, it's still rude.
3) Don't Trash the Soda Fountain Area. If you spill something at HOME, you clean it up. But for some reason that mentality doesn't always exist at convenience stores, because you figure someone's being PAID to do it.
Which is true. But at the very least, let an employee know there's a spill. Or better yet, wipe it up with napkins. Then when you're done wiping it up, throw the wet napkins in the trash. Don't just leave them sitting on the counter.
4) Don't Take Forever in the Bathroom. If you're using the bathroom at a convenience store . . . it's probably for something SERIOUS. But remember, that's probably the case for MOST people who need to use it.
So don't just sit in there playing games on your cell phone. Do what you need to do, and be done with it.
5) If It's a Gas Station, Don't Park at the Pump. This one's obvious, but a lot of people don't think about it. After you fill up at a gas station when it's busy, move your car to a parking space before you go inside, so someone ELSE can fill up.