A talk-show blowhard, an All-Star pitcher and a K-Pop star walk into a Twitpic...we have no idea how the rest of that one goes, but we're intrigued just the same. What set of circumstances resulted in "Gangnam Style" singer Psy hanging out with Larry King, Larry's wife Shawn, and ex-MLB journeyman flamethrower Chan Ho Park for a social media photo op? We may never know the answer to that question—frankly, we're not sure we even want to know—but it has resulted in at least one Ansel Adams-worthy snapshot, posted by Larry King to his Twitter:
Wow. And of course, somebody had to have taken the picture, who we can only guess was another random-ass celebrity. Val Kilmer, perhaps? The guy who played Luke on The O.C.? The friend to Rebecca Black's left in the "Friday" video? That last one sounds like the most logical to us.
It was always her dance floor.
Few artists have given as much of themselves to their fans as Lady Gaga.
Since being ordained queen of the nightclub (not to mention the pregame, the getting-ready-bedroom-dance, the drag show, and the summer night drive) in 2008 with "Just Dance," the hit single from her hit debut album The Fame, Gaga has continued to surprise fans with constant reinvention. She cemented her place as the pop-artist of a generation with Born This Way and even (as over-produced as it was) Art Pop, and then, shockingly, went on to release a jazz standard's album with Tony Bennett (Cheek to Cheek), a country album (Joanne), and finally become an Oscar-nominated actress for A Star Is Born. Somehow, she pulled off every iteration of herself with charisma and grace.
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Sincere, vulnerable, and seductive.
Australian DIY pop artist Airports, AKA Aaron Lee, releases "U FEEL IT 2," following on the heels of his dreamy lo-fi banger, "Don't Sleep Anymore."
Aaron explains the double entendre of the song, "It started out being written as a song about a haunting relationship with depression in contrast to uplifting music, but when some of the lyrics started to spill out I realized I was also writing about positive romantic feelings for my partner." Featuring bleeding synths, blushing harmonies, and Aaron's velvety falsetto, "U FEEL IT 2" is a perfect summer anthem.
U Feel It 2