"Our brother asked us to be his best men for his wedding." So begins the preface to the greatest wedding toast in nuptial history.
Mumford & Sons yesterday released the music video for "Hopeless Wanderer," the latest single off their second studio album Babel, and it has everything you could ever want in a music video: Jason Sudeikis, Jason Bateman, Will Forte and Ed Helms.
The hot girls of Double Take are just that — hot girls. But don't let their hotness intimidate you. As they intone in "Hot Problems" — the duo's debut single — "we're just like you, except we're hot."
Here's a mash-up of some of the songs that have incorporated MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech either by referencing Dr. King's iconic words or by sampling the speech itself.
On Thursday, Lady Gaga debuted the music video for her latest single, "Marry the Night." Directed by Gaga herself and clocking in at just under 14 minutes, the epic mini-movie begins with a defeated Gaga being wheeled on a gurney into the psychiatric ward of a hospital. "I'm gonna be a star," she says.
Tonight, NBC aired its annual Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting special. It was boring! Well, except for the part where Justin Bieber debuted the music video for his duet with Mariah Carey of "All I Want for Christmas Is You (Superfestive!)." Because what the hell?
All of a sudden, Lady Gaga is in full-on holiday mode. The singer just released "A Very Gaga Holiday," a four-song EP of tunes recorded live during her ABC special "A Very Gaga Thanksgiving," airing tomorrow night at 9:30 pm ET. Above, Gaga's traditional, Bing Crosby-esque cover of "White Christmas" – that is, until the pounding drums and laser synths come in at the 1-minute mark (no, that never happens, but she does come up with a new verse).
After her unintentionally horrible music video for "Friday" gripped the nation, Rebecca Black attempted to go legit with "This Is My Moment." Now we have "Person of Interest," Black's inane new teen pop pseudo-love anthem, which is set in an arcade and features the line, "Can't deny you're implicated in a mayhem in my mind." Pure poetry!
It used to be impossible to predict what videos would go viral. But as "Facebook Official" proves, all you need now is a huge budget and a bunch of cliches about Facebook.
Who says an 89-year-old can't get into the rap game? Betty White's latest tour de force is this music video for "I'm Still Hot," a duet with the British singer Luciana. But don't think that White's venture into hip hop is all fun and games: The project benefits one of White's favorite charities, the Los Angeles Zoo. [via Idolator]
Accusations are swirling (simply swirling!) that the choreography for Beyoncé's instantly popular new "Countdown" video were copied from the work of Belgian contemporary choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. The sameness is rather striking!
Remember the awkward girl in pink who made a memorable appearance dancing next to Rebecca Black in her "Friday" music video? Well, her name is Benni Cinkle, she's a real life friend of Rebecca, and yesterday she released a music video for her debut single, "Can You See Me Now." Here it is in all its auto-tuned, melodramatic, teens-in-crisis glory. [via ONTD]
We commented on how bad Kim Kardashian's first single was when she debuted "Jam (Turn It Up)" in March. The auto-tuned musical trainwreck was was supposed to have an accompanying music video, but it was never released. After watching the minute-long snippet of the video that materialized online today, you'll understand why.