Adele Has A Song Called “I Drink Wine” And There’s A New Teaser For Her CBS Special And Accompanying Oprah Interview
Big news in Adele World. There’s a brand new teaser for her CBS special Adele: One Night Only, and it features clips of the Brit crooning in front of LA’s Griffith Observatory plus a quick glimpse of the accompanying Oprah interview. The main takeaway is that both ladies are dressed like they’re about to burst into “You Don’t Own Me!” with Diane Keaton.
In other news, the full “30” tracklist has dropped ahead of the album’s November 19 release. Songs include future white girl drinking anthem called, “I Drink Wine,” a second version of Adele’s hit single “Easy On Me” featuring country/bluegrass star Chris Stapleton, and a track titled, “Wild Wild West.” Pleeease tell me it’s a cover of the 1999 Will Smith ft. Dru Hill and Kool Mo Dee classic. Although, can prose that perfect really be improved upon? Continue reading
The New York Times Is Working On A Documentary About The 2004 Super Bowl Halftime Show
Since everyone has seen that 2004 Super Bowl Halftime Show image enough times to have seared itself into human memory forever, I thought I’d remind you what the rest of Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl Halftime Show performance looked like, and wow did I ever forget that the opening number was A Clockwork Dance Crew themed. The reason I probably forgot was because that whole Halftime Show was eclipsed by the surprise removal of Janet’s snap-on nipple cover by one grabby former ramen-haired boy bander, Justin Timberlake. Since that grab, and the subsequent exposed nipple, we’ve seen Justin’s career skyrocket while Janet appeared to experience a much quieter time, career-wise. And in later years, a whole lot of people have come to realize that Janet was done absolutely filthy. And so, much like they have previously done to help expose the truth about Britney Spears, The New York Times has decided to vindicate Miss Jackson’s professional reputation with a documentary all about the media’s role after that Halftime Show.
“The Activist” Is No Longer A Reality Competition Show, But A Documentary Special
CBS finally realized that their idea for a Shark Tank-style competition show for humanitarians was a shitty one. I’m shocked. If only there was a charity out there that could help me with the rehabilitation needed to recover from this news. But I’ll have to wait to see if any such charity is mentioned in the upcoming documentary The Activist: This Was A Terrible Idea For A Reality Show.
Activists Will Beg For Resources On CBS’s New Competition Reality Show “The Activist”
Big Brother is so 1984! Deadline reports that CBS is launching a five-week reality series called The Activist, “that features six inspiring activists teamed with three high-profile public figures working together to bring meaningful change to one of three vitally important world causes: health, education, and environment.” Usher joins his fellow noted humanitarians Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Julianne Hough as co-hosts. You know you’re living in a dystopia when humanity is on the line, and they put Usher in charge. Usher might be a great choice for a reboot of The Running Man, but this? Jameela Jamil may never recover from this egregious oversight.
Nick Cannon’s Rep Denies That He’s Thinking Of Suing ViacomCBS
Nick Cannon has apologized not once, not twice, but as many times as Mariah Carey has reachable octaves, and still, ViacomCBS is standing firm to their decision to fire him last month after he promoted anti-Semitic conspiracy theories on his podcast, Cannon’s Class. Nick has been the host of Wild’N Out, the show he created in 2005, for 15 seasons. Nick fired back at ViacomCBS, saying he deserved an apology from them, for firing him without discussing where he was coming from, and he demanded they hand over the rights to his show. Well, ViacomCBS didn’t give Nick his show. And recently, rumors started popping up on the internet that Nick was planning to sue ViacomCBS for $1.5 billion for the rights to Wild’N Out. But Nick’s rep has come forward to kill that billion-dollar lawsuit rumor.
Nick Cannon Is Still Apologizing, While FOX Is Standing Behind Him
That dapper frog has such a worried look on its face, but don’t worry frog! Nick Cannon isn’t going anywhere. At least not anywhere as far as FOX is concerned. ViacomCBS is another story, as we already know. But Nick Cannon’s job hosting the televised fever-dream The Masked Singer is safe, regardless of how ViacomCBS responded to Nick’s anti-Semitic podcast comments.