Saturday, 15 March 2008
Tuesday, 11 March 2008
Justin Timberlake introduced Madonna as she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame yesterday.
In his speech he said:
"She has still found time to kiss someone I may or may not have publicly kissed myself while I was in the audience... Of course you know I was talking about Sean Penn."
"The world has always been full of Madonna wannabes and I might have even dated a couple."
Monday, 10 March 2008
If you've ever been driving by yourself and seen a UFO, or if you've had an alien encounter, or if your house is haunted by ghosts, you no longer need to suffer alone.
Steven Spielberg is launching a new social networking site for users who have had or who are interested in sharing paranormal and extraterrestrial experiences.
Not only can you chat to people who have had similar experiences, but you may even be able to upload video of your UFO sighting!
...since the last Snoop Dogg post.
But Snoop has just announced that he is going to be a part of one of the biggest events of the year: Wrestlemania XXIV!
Wrestlemania is being held in Orlando, Florida, at the end of March, and Snoop will be the guest-of-honour as the judge of an event titled "The BunnyMania Lumberjack Match", where two Playboy playmates will wrestle each other in a ring.
Back in May last year, it was being reported that Snoop was urged by a US wrestling star to give up music and become a professional fighter. He wasn't really into the idea however, with the source reporting: Snoop Dogg is cautious about appearing in the ring. He tells MTV, "I don't know. I mean, 'cause I ain't really with getting hit on. I'm with being one of them cool managers that's like, 'Y'all slap me, I'm calling in all of my goons and we gonna tear this muthaf**ker up.'
Other musical guests to have graced Wrestlemania in previous years include Run-DMC, Salt-n-Pepa and Limp Bizkit.
Wale is a rapper from Washington DC, and is such a massive fan of Seinfeld that he has decided to put out a Seinfeld-dedicated release!
The Mixtape About Nothing is going to be an entire set of hip-hop cuts inspired by Seinfeld.
EW interviewed Wale at Mark Ronson's studio last week, and he boasts about being a huge fan. "I think I've seen every episode, like, 30 times... the last season is very underrated."
EW was played part of a track called "Hype" by Wale, which opens with a Jerry Seinfeld monologue: "I love it when people are complimented on something they're wearing, and they accept the compliment as if it was about them...". They were also told that Julia Louis-Dreyfus (aka Elaine) has agreed to record a piece for the mixtape!