Last month, when Apple announced that its latest iPhone would lose the headphone jack in favor of bluetooth headphones, some consumers weren't so fond of the choice.
It was sometime in the mid 1960s, possibly the Marquee Club, or maybe it was the Railway Hotel, but one thing is certain: By the time The Who's guitarist Pete Townshend left the stage that night, the youth counterculture would have two new things to get excited about.
Feeling sad? Uninspired? Sick at heart over basically every single thing happening in the world right now? Well then, welcome to the "empire of taste," a place where you will be guided through the world of Staten Island's latest ... I'm going to assume Greek restaurant, Troy, where they serve delicious scroomin berts (don't ask me, man, just watch the video).
Really, you wonder if the Parents Television Council is secretly letting MTV write its press releases. Nicki Minaj's butt-heavy video for her new single Anaconda (why, yes, it does sample Sir Mix-A-Lot) dropped today, and the hip-hop artist's outfits and dance moves already have the PTC outraged about the VMAs, despite the fact that the broadcast is several days away.
Miley Cyrus has had a big week. New single. Jimmy Kimmel. An outdoor concert on Good Morning America. And she beat Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj.
The American Idol exodus continues apace, as pricey divas Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj have decided to leave the show after a single season.
While ratings watchers last week predictably enacted the Friday morning ritual of gnashing their teeth and rending their garments over the state of American Idol, those who would suggest that the show is on its last legs are perhaps more delusional than William Hung
The second installment of the new cycle of American Idol dominated the Thursday night ratings race, drawing 16.3 million viewers and a 5.6 in the dollar demo.
Season 12 of American Idol got off to a somewhat iffy start as the two-hour premiere failed to live up to last year’s debut.
Perfume ads are often total nonsense, especially when they're for celebrity fragrances. So, it's no surprise that Nicki Minaj has tweeted out a baffling new commercial for her first signature scent, Pink Friday. It opens on Minaj writhing in a garden of black roses.