Besties James Franco and Seth Rogan took a little break from filming their new movie, The Interview, and made this shot-for-shot parody of Kanye West’s new music vid featuring Kim Kardashian. It’s probably the best and worst way to start the week. Happy Monday.
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Our photo agency captioned these pics: “Britney Spears films a kissing scene with a lucky male co-star on the set of her current music video,” but I don’t know. From where I stand, BRITNEY’S the lucky one. He is fiiiiiine. Like a young Leo DiCaprio in that third pic. Sigh. She always has the hottest video boys doesn’t she? The video, btw, is for her single “Perfume.” Can’t wait!
From his prog-rock opus of the same name (featuring renowned musicians such as Yes keyboard player Rick Wakeman and country star Vince Gill), William Shatner ponders the big questions: Are we alone? Where are we going? The Daily Mail calls it ”a compelling examination of aging, mortality, depression and disappointment, and has Shatner speaking his lyrics with that familiar . . . halting . . . delivery and pondering everything from the mysteries of life to ‘the heaven of celibacy.’” Says Shatner: “It’s about a man sitting on a beach an hour before sunset in despair — his remembrances bringing him back to the joy of life. All of those words are personally felt, even if I may not be in that mode today, but the celibacy line, oh no, that’s not personal at all!”
Looking absolutely scrumptious, Mel B dances on the Desperate Housewives backlot, changes outfits (and hairdos) multiple times, and kisses herself in the gorgeous new video for her dance single “For Once in My Life.” I’m interviewing her tonight at Club 11 in WeHo (COME ON DOWN!) and, I gotta say, I’m A LITTLE NERVOUS. What do I talk about? What should I ask her? Of course, I’m a huge Spice Girls fan, but I can’t just scream “ZIGGA-ZIG-AH” in her face for twenty minutes. Or can I? HEEEEELP!
Absolutely fab song and video, featuring a wall-eyed Sarah Silverman as a withdrawn psych patient who finds healing through dance. More touching than funny. Says MTV: “From the viewer’s perspective, watching ‘We Do Not Belong’ is an emotionally confounding experience: The minute you see Sarah on screen, you’ll want to laugh, but seeing her bumble her way through rehabilitation and, through Will’s musical tutelage, finally break out of her shell will subsequently result in your (and Sarah’s) messy emotional catharsis. She finally found a way to unfurl her fingers and relate to humans! Will’s weeping with pride! Sarah’s… barfing! We’re cry-barfing!
Read the MTV interview with Sarah and Psychic Friends’ Will Schwarz here.
Freedia’s twerk team Tootie and Stef show us the right way to dance on a pile of rubble while filming the Duffy video on last night’s episode of Bounce. See if this shot made the cut, watch the official video for Duffy here!