celebrity alphabet: ian somerhalder
celebrity alphabet: ian somerhalder
An act of dissent from the people of District 11. This is exactly the kind of thing I am supposed to be defusing!
Because I have no life.
The great thing about live performances is that anything can happen. And when we say anything, we mean anything. Over the weekend, Selena Gomez took the stage at KIIS FM’s annual Jingle Ball concert held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and towards the end of her set, there were some technical difficulties. Hey, it happens right? However, how she handled it — cursing and ending her set earlier — was what made things interesting.
Selena isn’t the only star whose had issues during a live performance. Check out more on some of the biggest on stage fails of all time below!
1. Selena Gomez’s Jingle Ball Meltdown
During Selena’s set at Jingle Ball on December 6, she was having some audio issues and was heard saying “What the f*ck” after one of her songs ended. After that, she continued to say, “Sorry, the sound isn’t working! Are you guys having a good night? I promise, a lot cooler people are gonna come out tonight. Is it okay if I perform two more songs and you guys can get to it? … I have to say that before you guys go on to the people that you care about, I really appreciate you supporting everything that I do. So this next song is the first song I had hit No. 1, and it’s called ‘Come & Get It.’”
Instead of performing the two songs promised, she walked off stage and that was it.
2. Justin Bieber Puking On Stage
Justin has been touring all over the globe for well over a year now, so there’s bound to be some mess ups. One of the most embarrassing was definitely when he barfed during his concert in Phoenix in September 2012. He blamed it on drinking a big ol’ glass of whole milk before performing. Watch the moment below (if you dare).
3. Ashlee Simpson’s Saturday Night Live Disaster
This was the lip syncing fail hear ’round the world. Back in 2007, the singer was performing on the popular sketch comedy show, when all of the sudden, the track started playing and she wasn’t singing. Oops! She then blamed the issue on her band playing the wrong song. Way to throw them under the bus, Ashlee! Watch the cringe-worthy moment below.
4. Billie Joe’s Rock’N’Roll Rant at the iHeartRadio Music Festival
Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong is one of the most badass guys out there, but he took things a little too far during the 2012 iHeartRadio festival in 2012. The short version is he basically started going off on a rant about Justin Bieber, then smashed his guitar. Shortly after that, he checked into a rehab facility. (He’s doing much better now, BTW.)
5. Jay Z Forgets to Do His Part
During one of Jay Z’s eight-show run opening the Barclays center in Brooklyn, the rapper surprised fans and brought out his wife Beyonce to do a couple songs. She started off with “Diva” and then went into “Crazy in Love” where Jay Z forgot to come in to rap his part of the song. His excuse? He was mesmerized by his wife on the backstage monitors and simply spaced out. We don’t blame him!
6. Fergie Pees Her Pants
Um…yeah. This happened. Apparently, the Black Eyed Peas were late for a set, and Fergie didn’t have time for a bathroom break. We think you can figure out the rest.
7. Lady Gaga Does the Splits…and Fails Miserably
Back in April 2011, Mother Monster was performing a concert and straddled her piano and the piano chair, and promptly fell on her tush. Watch below!
Ariana Grande is certainly in a giving mood! The 20-year-old singer recently revealed a sneak peek of her first Christmas track — a cover of “Last Christmas” — but within the last week she has dropped not one, but TWO more tunes!
Yes, last week she gave us the track “Love Is Everything,” and now we’re getting a listen to the song “Snow in California.” All these songs are SURE to get you in the holiday spirit.
Well, let’s take a deeper look into all of them, shall we?
First up, we have the first track Ariana release, “Last Christmas.” Now, she certainly wouldn’t be the first person to cover this song, but she does put her own R&B spin on it. Take a listen (and see some of the lyrics) below.
I hate that I remember
I wish I could forget
What you did last December
You left my heart a mess
Boy you blew it
How could do it, do it?
Last Christmas I gave you my heart
But the very next day you gave it away
This year to save me from tears
I’ll give it to someone special
Up next we have the first original Christmas song she released titled, “Love Is Everything.” Now at first glance, this seems to be a typical love song, but thanks to lyrics such as “Give it all cause it’s the season/Spread lots of joy and lots of cheer/If you need a cost, if you need a reason/It’s the gift that just won’t disappear, won’t disappear,” it’s pretty obvious this is a Holiday tune. Take a listen below.
And last but not least, we have “Snow in California” which is actually a pretty cute spin on your typical holiday song since, ya know, it doesn’t really snow in most parts of California. Take a listen to the song, and check out some of the lyrics, below!
Just make it snow in California
I’ll even settle for rain
Don’t want him to go tomorrow morning
Give me something to make him stay
Wrapped in his arms by the fireplace
Will be the perfect gift
Let it snow let it snow let it snow
Let it snow
Wow, major fighting words on behalf of one of the Sprouse twins. While most fans and publications have praised Joe Jonas for his open and honest interview in New York magazine on sex, drugs and Disney Channel, the former star of The Suite Life of Zack & Cody is publicly calling out the middle JoBro on his BS. (His words, not ours.)
When questioned about his thoughts on Joe’s essay, Dylan Sprouse took to Tumblr to say the following in reference to Joe’s comments that Disney Channel “gentrified” the brothers:
“First, I think it’s bullshit that they were being robbed of choice or creativity. If they wanted to, they could have told Disney “NO.” Cole and I did this hundreds of times and we ended up all right. The only reason they didn’t is because, like many of the people on that channel, I think they fell for the allure of fame. Granted, Cole and I had been acting our entire lives, so we saw it as a means to an end (money-making) rather than an opportunity to become successful.”
He continues, “Nowadays, artists just assume they have to do what they are told by their proprietors because there is a “rigid structure to achievement.” It is nothing more than a scheme to rob you of your individuality and capitalize the gain they acquire from such treachery. If you believe this, not only are you incredibly foolish, but you are a BAD ARTIST. Individuality is modernity’s most interesting trait regarding artwork and so so many talented individuals realize this. You do not have to become something else to be successful. Not only is it not too late for them to redefine themselves now, it was never too late. ”
To conclude his argument, he states, “What that article felt like was: “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, still shame on you.” My personal creed? “Fool me once, you’ll forever regret that decision.””
Imagine. Luke after sex 😵
when you’re presenting something in class and you just look at your teacher like
mom: come up here and pick up these dirty clothes!!!
dad: come down here and do the dishes!!
"what did you do all day?"