Welcome, readers, to another Olympic edition of THG’s Caption Contest ! Yesterday’s Olympic Caption Contest featured badass gymnast Alicia Sacramone. Follow the link to see who won that contest, then prepare for a new one! This shot from before the opening ceremonies speaks for itself
It’s been nearly eight months since Melanie Amaro walked away with the inaugural X Factor title in America, but the talented singer has only first come out with her debut single this week. It’s titled “Don’t Fail Me Now,” it’s written by Livvi Franc (who is responsible for hits by such artists as Britney Spears and Kelly Clarkson) and it’s a message to Amaro’s hoofers, as these sample lyrics prove: “I’ve paid my dues, I’ve paid the price, I’ve prayed for you almost every night.
The 2012 Teen Choice Awards will, once again, arbitrarily celebrate the hottest teen icons in television, music, film, sports, fashion, comedy and the web! In a star-studded event Sunday, July 22, the hottest of the hot will be feted. The Vampire Diaries leads the way with six nominations, with American Idol and Justin Bieber garnering five nominations a piece. Not shabby totals
Follow along, THG readers: Patrice Wilson is the man who wrote ” Friday ,” the infamous single that put Rebecca Black on the musical map. And, as you might imagine, he took a lot of flak for penning such a ridiculous anthem. Now, in response to the feedback, Wilson has come out with his very own music video for some single titled “H.A.P.P.Y.” “I figured I might as well kind of tell the story of what happened,” says Wilson.
They’ve got nothing on the Harvard baseball team , but the lovely ladies from E!’s Fashion Police put together their own “Call Me Maybe” cover video. These viral video offerings have become almost as big a craze as the pop song by Carly Rae Jepsen burning up the radio, and it’s easy to see why. How can you not want to have fun with your buds and bop around to such an infectious beat?
With the semifinals just one week away and a double elimination on tap tonight on Dancing with the Stars, the pressure was on Monday night. Underdogs Melissa Gilbert and Roshon Fegan needed to step up big time in order to stay out of jeopardy tonight, and one just may have. Neither could touch the Cuban Brad Pitt, however.
It may not be Friday, but Rebecca Black has come out with a new single. The controversial teenager – best known for what many consider to the worst track in the history of recorded music – will be all over the news again this week because her latest song, “Sing It,” gets released tomorrow on iTunes. That familiar voice/It speaks to me/Tells me everything is gonna be ok/It’s meant to, meant to be…