Category: Copycats

John Mulaney’s Ex Wife Anna Marie Tendler Claims A Video She Posted Accusing Taylor Swift Of Copying Her Was “A Joke”

March 20, 2023 / Posted by:

It seemed, for a while, that comedian John Mulaney’s ex-wife, Anna Marie Tendler, had managed to make the most out of a shitty situation in which her very famous husband used their childfree-by-choice lifestyle as fodder for his comedy routine, then turned around and knocked up his side piece, Olivia Munn, and asked for a divorce. In the months that followed, Anna took that sack of lemons, or in this case, Japanese sweet potatoes, and turned them into art; earning herself a lot of new fans in the doing. Unfortunately, with great follower count comes great responsibility. And over the weekend, Anna fuuuuuuuuuuuuucked up big time by posting a TikTok accusing Taylor Swift, the Queen, I’m sorry, Mayor of spinning shit into gold, of copying one of her post-divorce photographs, “in tone and in aesthetics,” for one of the set pieces in her juggernaut Eras Tour.

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The (Most Recent) “Shake It Off” Copyright Lawsuit Against Taylor Swift Has Been Dismissed

December 13, 2022 / Posted by:

Future Academy Award-winning director Taylor Swift may have the world eating out of her hands at the moment, but let’s never forget that she’s been walking around with a legal dingleberry hanging off her ass for the past five years (seven if you count the previously dismissed case over this song). Thankfully, just in time for her very first Oscar campaign, Taylor was finally able to shake it off, so to speak, after her legal team got in there with a pair of sharp scissors and cut the sucker out of her ass fur. Apparently, that was the only way to lick it. Back in 2017, Sean Hall and Nathan Butler, the songwriters behind Players Gon’ Play, a song they wrote in 2001 and was recorded in 2013 by the R&B group 3LW, filed suit against Taylor, claiming she STOLE the lyrics “players gonna play, And the haters gonna hate,” as well as “and the fakers gonna fake,” and used them in her song Shake It Off off her smash hit 2013 album 1989.

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Chrissy Teigen Has Been Accused Of Copying The Cake Mixes Of A Baker She Previously Collaborated With

November 1, 2022 / Posted by:

We all know that Chrissy Teigen’s number one craving is attention, but since she can’t really market that, she named her line of kitchenware, food, and cookbooks Cravings. Her other venture is apologizing for being a bullying asshole in the past to Courtney Stodden and Lindsay Lohan, among others. And while Chrissy seems to fancy herself as a “reformed” troll, it looks like she might have recently steamrolled a small business, at least according to a baker named Jordan Rondel, who says that after the two collaborated together on one cake mix, Chrissy’s company, Cravings, copied her product when creating their own line of mixes.

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Amy Schumer Swears She Didn’t Tell Any Stolen Jokes At The Oscars

April 7, 2022 / Posted by:

While watching Amy Schumer tell jokes at the Oscars, some caught a case of déjà vu. Because a few of Amy’s monologue jokes sounded just a little too familiar, and they let it be known that they suspected Amy of being guilty of joke-stealing. But during an appearance on last night’s Watch What Happens Live, Amy said she’s not guilty of stealing anything, so the accusations can stop. Or, at least let the accusations be re-directed to the writer that wrote her Oscar jokes.

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Katy Perry Wins Appeal In “Dark Horse” Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

March 11, 2022 / Posted by:

In 2019, a jury declared that Katy Perry’s 2013 song, which was produced by the now-canceled Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald, sounded a bit too similar to a 2008 Christian Rap song called Joyful Noise by rapper Marcus Gray. The jury ordered Katy to pay Marcus $2.8 million. Katy appealed. That verdict was overturned by a judge a year later. Marcus appealed that appeal and the verdict is once again in! And Katy Perry is once again victorious. Cut to the nuns who were in a legal fight with Katy a few years ago checking their prayer connection to God because they were definitely praying for their nemesis to lose that shit.

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Dua Lipa Is Facing Two Copyright Infringement Lawsuits Over Her Song “Levitating”

March 7, 2022 / Posted by:

If Robin Thicke’s working relationship with Pharrell back in 2013 has taught anyone in the music industry anything, it’s that you should probably spend just as much time on your beat, melody, and lyrics as you do on making sure as hell that you’re not blatantly ripping off someone else’s song. That’s what happened to them with “Blurred Lines,” and it ended with a huge lawsuit and a $5 million judgment awarded to the plaintiffs. The same thing is currently happening to Dua Lipa, except her situation is a little different. Instead of one lawsuit accusing her of copying a previously established song, there are two lawsuits accusing her of such. So yeah, her lawyers have been busy this month.

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