James Corden Reminds Us That You Never Want To Be The Backstage Superfan.

You’ve never been this awkward and obnoxious… have you?

Nah.

Taylor Swift’s Poem About Emotional Downsizing, Summed Up In A Someecard.

Taylor skipped the interview for her British Vogue cover and decided to write a poem instead because life can be hard and sanity seems to be a pretty good goal.

The Trick to Holding On

Let go of the ones who hurt you
Let go of the ones you outgrow
Let go of the words they hurl your way
as you’re walking out the door
The only thing cut and dry
In this hedge-maze life
Is the fact that their words will cut
but your tears will dry

They don’t tell you this when you are young
You can’t hold on to everything
Can’t show up for everyone
You pick your poison
Or your cure
Phone numbers you know by heart
And the ones you don’t answer any more

Hold on to the faint recognition in
the eye of a stranger
As it catches you in its lustrous net
How quickly we become intertwined
How wonderful it is to forget
All the times your intuition failed you 
But it hasn’t killed you yet
Hold on to childlike whims and moonlight
swims and your blazing self-respect

And if you drive the roads of this town
Ones you’ve gone down so many times before
Flashback to all the times
Life nearly ran you off the road
But tonight your hand is steady
Suddenly you’ll know
The trick to holding on
Was all that letting go

Taylor Swift

Source: British Vogue

In summation….

HOW TO START YOUR OWN POP UP DANCE PARTY. RULE #1 PACK SOME CARDI B.

This is the America we know and love!

Think you can start your own rando pop up dance party? I know you can.

Here’s your Bodak Yellow. Ready? GO.

Ps –  Guy on the ground doing what looks to be water ballet = WINNING.

Jay-Z Sits Down To Discuss Equality, Compassion, OJ And The Value Of Invisible Gifts.

Source: New York Times

This interview is more than an interview. It’s an intimate and present conversation that feels like a Ted Talk but with JayZ. It’s a J-Talk…and you’ll undoubtedly walk away with a little more wisdom.

 

The Twenty: Stranger Things 2

Stranger Things is back on Netflix with a new season full of more characters, more mysterious happenings and way more demo-dogs. I’m obsessed with the show and proved it on The Twenty: Stranger Things 2, and this is a collection of things I talked about there, plus some other fun stuff you need to see to enjoy.

This should go without saying, but – SPOILERS AHEAD!
Let’s Go!

And Your Super Bowl LII Halftime Perfomer Is…


 
I guess they’ve forgiven him for Nipplegate!
 


 
Seriously, though. What happened there? How could that have been an “accident”?
 
 

 
Let us know if you’re excited for JT’s Super Bowl Halftime performance in the comments – and make your guess as to who he’ll bring out as a guest!

Kelly Clarkson’s New Video Has An Impressive Pedigree

Kelly Clarkson doesn’t always pull the diva card, but she gets what she wants. And when she wanted a memorable clip for the first single from her new album, she got one – by scoring legendary director Dave Meyers to direct.

If his colorful style looks familiar, you might know him as the director of Kendrick Lamar‘s Humble video.

In fact, Dave Meyers is responsible for some of the most iconic videos of the past 20 years!
Check out more!

Nashville Says Goodbye To Troy Gentry

Last Friday was a tough day for the country music community. Not only did we get the sad news of the passing of Country Music Hall of Famer Don Williams, but then we found out Montgomery Gentry’s Troy Gentry was killed in a helicopter crash. This week, Nashville said goodbye to Troy in a celebration of his life at the Grand Ole Opry. You can watch the service here. I’ve started the video where the service begins, but if you want to see some cool personal videos of Troy, go back to the beginning.

I didn’t know Troy well, but I did get the opportunity to meet him several times over the years. He was just a genuine and nice person, and obviously talented as well. He will be missed by us all, and we continue to send love to his family, to Eddie Montgomery, and to all who knew and loved him.

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