Lady Gaga performs Dance In The Dark and an acoustic version of Telephone at the Brit Awards and takes home awards for Best International Album, Best International Female, and International Breakthrough Act.
From Towleroad The video is directed by Jonas Ackerlund and reportedly picks up where Gaga's "Paparazzi" video left off, with Gaga in jail, and Beyonce coming to her rescue. A premiere date has not been reported.
The other day my friend asked me, “What time is it?” and I
responded, “What time is what?” without thinking.What is the it in the question?
I googled “what time is it” and the search returned my local
time as well as the current time in a few other major U.S. cities.I searched deeper into the query and could not find an answer.It has to stand for
something.It is a pronoun – it replaces
a noun.So what is it?
Questions like “What time is it starting” make sense.It replaces the event you’ve already been
“Let’s go see Avatar
“What time is it playing?”
The only logical conclusion I could come up with is that it
stands for the present time. "What is the
present time?"That makes sense.But you wouldn’t say, “What time is the
“What time is it?” could
also just be a rearranging of the question, “What is the time?” with it
replacing time and then redundantly repeating the noun you’ve just replaced
with a pronoun.
But if it is replacing “this present time,” wouldn't you ask, “What
time is this present time?”
In that case, wouldn’t it make more sense to just ask, “What time
I remember when the original We Are The World came out 25-years ago. It was my favorite song as well as my favorite video, so I was excited to hear that the timeless song was being remade with a new group of stars to support Haiti relief efforts.
Though I prefer the original version, the remake is a solid effort. Pink and Celine Dion definitely stole the show for me, with their amazing, powerhouse voices. I also really like Lil Wayne's part. I was originally worried about the rap, but I didn't hate it. I think the star-power was much greater in the original version. I can name every single artist by face and most by voice in the video, but I have difficulties identifying quite a few people in the remake.
The following is a partial list of artists appearing in the remake:
Pink, Lil Wayne, AR Rahman, Kanye West, Jonas Brothers, LL Cool J, Robin Thicke, Celine Dion, Akon, Rob Thomas, Wyclef Jean, Jeff Bridges, Vince Vaughn, Barbra Streisand, Jordin Sparks, Good Charlotte’s Madden brothers, Tony Bennett, Josh Groban, Snoop Dogg, Steve Saville, Jennifer Hudson, Keri Hilson, Jamie Foxx, Tyrese, Katharine McPhee, Sean Garrett, Will.i.am, Brandy, Carlos Santana, Melanie Fiona, Enrique Iglesias, Toni Braxton, Cameron Bell, Jason Mraz, Miley Cyrus, Busta Rhymes, Nicole Scherzinger,Justin Bieber, Nicole Richie, Jay-Z, Usher, Julianne Hough, Raphael Saadiq, Zac Brown Band, India.Arie, Janet Jackson, Randy Jackson, Musiq Soulchild, Heart’s Ann and Nancy Wilson, Fonzworth Bentley, Kid Cudi, Iyaz, Bizzy Bone, Nipsey Hussle, the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson and Al Jardine, Trey Songz, Selena Gomez, Sharbel N. Karam,Mya and Gladys Knight.
Amusing parody of Lady Gaga's Poke Face by "Fella Gaga." I especially love his back-up hillbillies, er, teabaggers and the gun-toting Palin.
"Can't change my, cant change my country into a social state. S-s-s-social state s-s-social state."
"Screw your health care, killin' gramma's not fair."
The sad and very scary realization of this parody is that it's not far off from reality. Click here to witness the stylized musics of Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity fall out of the "intelligent" mouths of their loyal and obedient sheep at Sarah Palin's recent speaking engagement.
Why is it that I'm just now learning about the genius that is the Emmy-winning musical tragicomedy short film, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog? With it being written and directed by Joss Whedon and starring Neil Patrick Harris and Nathan Fillion, I lack an appropriate excuse. I guess "I've got a Ph.D in Horribleness." I was probably the only Whedon / NPH fan to be ignorant of its existence. In an effort to catch up with the rest of in-the-know society, I've already watched it three times, have downloaded the soundtrack to my iPhone and am following @drhorrible on Twitter.
Written during the 2007 WGA strike, Joss Whedon says it's a story of a "low-rent super-villain, the hero who keeps beating him up, and the cute girl from the laundromat he's too shy to talk to."
The lyrics, as well as the script, are brilliantly and creatively written. The writing is reminiscent of Whedon's infamous Buffy The Vampire episode, Once More With Feeling. This is the greatness that emerges when Whedon is free from FOX's tyrannical chains.