Since the album and single have had such lacklustre promo thus far, Kylie Minogue attempts a marketing boost, surprises a fan. At least her dress looks good.
I thought the gays loved Lady Gaga. How did they let her leave her apartment looking like this?
All she’s missing is a broom and the green makeup.
Katy Perry’s music video for Dark Horse featuring Juicy J arrives. That Twinkie pyramid did it for me, and I don’t even like Twinkies.
Estelle’s been spinning Bey’s Partition quite a bit, shares new mp3 Make Her Say (Beat It Up) for free, she obviously doesn’t want radio airplay.
London Grammar premiere their stop-mo animation of a video for Hey Now. It’s all rather magically distracting for this gloomy Thursday where my motivation to do work is so low that if Kate Moss ain’t too hungover post the BRITs partaying she can substitute me for the day, considering how jolly of a job she did being Mr Bowie last night.
Tuned out of the Brits earlier on yesterday PM so catching up with the performances this AM, Arctic Monkeys opening the show with R U Mine is definitely the greatest, and that has nowt to do with my lover on drums.
Tori Amos reveals new album Unrepentant Geraldine and I’m just glad her Photoshopped Glamazon MILF Doll era is finally over after a decade.
Natalia Kills refuses to make Rabbit Hole a single and call it a day, unleashes a video for Trouble.
My narcotics awareness is rather minimal these days, what would she be mixing into that water/vodka at the beginning?
Jessie J shouldn’t have given Mr Freeze a blow job before she left the house for the BRITS yesterday evening.
I just don’t have any words about that mess of a lipstick.
Phantogram (and Sarah’s white pants) perform Fall In Love on Jimmy Kimmel. Watch and download their newest LP.
All Fired Up 2.0 alert, The Saturdays grab some strip lights and strut their weaves in their new video for Not Giving Up.
I’m off to Sweden for the day tomorrow for work, so as I’m being collected at 4am I opted to skip the Chvrches gig this eve, instead I’m in bed early listening to their cover of Bauhaus’ Bela Lugosi’s Dead for Vampire Academy. Ahhh. The inevitable whiteness of being.
The last ever My Chemical Romance song (hopefully not) Fake Your Death has surfaced and it’s very end of a National Lampoon High School movie song.
Please hit 5:56 on the Kylie Minogue album sampler Kiss Me Once to hear her next single Les Sex.
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