13 hilarious times people totally misheard the lyrics to a song

May 9, 2019

Was Alicia Keys* actually* singing’ concrete jungle wet dream tomato ‘? Image: Getty Images Arguably the best part about jamming out to some songs is being able to scream the lyrics. But some musicians genuinely establish you work for it. Chronic delinquents of the Incomprehensible Lyrics Club include Patrick Stump, Elton John, and The 1975. We shouldn’t place all the blame on our favorite artists, though — sometimes it’s our…

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Weezer’s Coachella performance featured TLC, Tears for Fears cameos

May 7, 2019

An iconic duo ? Image: Kevin Winter/ Getty Images for Coachella Oh, hello there! Searching to get doused in a soak of gimmicky nostalgia that somehow still rocks? Have we got the content for you! During Weezer’s Saturday night Coachella performance, the band handled TLC’s “No Scrubs” and Tears for Fears’ “Everybody Wants to Rule the World, ” and the band bring forward some of the original artists behind those…

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Hold on to your hard hats: New York’s $475m Shed throws open its doors

April 25, 2019

BTAG 1 TTStarting a low carb Keto diet? In this video Heather introduces herself& explains losing load on the Keto diet( over 100 pounds)& shares assets on how … The escalators require determining and theres no barroom but the see must go on, as starrings from Ben Whishaw to Steve McQueen open NYCs firstly major new arts venue for decades Ben Whishaw is on stage, stripped to his underwear. Prosthetic…

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‘The great untold scandal’: the sordid tale of boyband mogul Lou Pearlman

April 10, 2019

Lance Bass of NSync discusses a new film that discloses the darker side of the three men who attained them and the Backstreet Boys It was a cheque that blew the eyelid on the duplicitous distributes of one of pop’s most contentious music managers. Having already turned ‘NSync, designed as rivals to his other band. After three years of nonstop work and tens of millions of record sales, in December…

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Rami Malek: Being offered the part of Freddie Mercury was a gun-to-the-head moment

November 6, 2018

The controversial new Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody is dividing opinion. But critics are united in the performance of Rami Malek as the charismatic frontman. Here he tells Tom Lamont why he risked all for the part of Freddie Mercury Rami Malek, the Californian actor, says: I dont know man. I guess Im an unusual human being. Its an afternoon in Hyde Park and weve been talking about the 37-year-olds extremely…

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25+ Popular Things That You Probably Didnt Know Originally Had Different Names

October 31, 2018

What are we talking about? Well, if it wasn’t for some last minute changes, all of these identifies would voice familiar. From Limp Bizkit nearly identifying themselves ‘Blood Fart’ to Hannah Montana being Alexis Texas, such lists to be established by Bored Panda discloses the original calls of famous tv demonstrates, music bands, movies, and brands. # 2 Lenny, Penny, And Kenny – The Big Bang Theory This one emphatically…

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BTS appeared on Jimmy Fallon and of course everyone went wild

October 26, 2018

BTS dropped into 'The Tonight Show' with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night.Image: NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images After selling out their first U.S. stadium show in minutes back in August, BTS showed Jimmy Fallon just how hot they are right now. The Korean boy band stole The Tonight Show on Tuesday night, where they dropped by to perform and talk about their casual appearance at the United Nations General…

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Nicki Minaj adds Stephen Colbert to her list of dudes on ‘Barbie Dreams’

September 11, 2018

Nicki Minaj known to be to lower saloons on the spot . Image: Scott Kowalchyk/ CBS On Nicki Minaj’s new way “Barbie Dreams, ” the rapper hilariously calls out a whole cluster of dudes as being, to throw it simply, a disappointment. The list of well-known men includes Drake, Mike Tyson, DJ Khaled, and more. Nonetheless, Stephen Colbert couldn’t help but bring up a notable omission on The Late Show…

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The Best Albums of the Summer Were Exercises in Reinvention

September 7, 2018

Summer is a time of intense polarities, of feverish abandons and payed languor. There’s heat and purpose waiting to be seized in those unexpected, life-altering summer darkness: on the dancefloor, at the bar, among friends. There’s equal coldnes, though, in the loss and heartache that surface: historically, fatalities spike during hotter months. Yet summer, at its glowing core, is a time of auspicious breakthroughs, and the best albums liberated across…

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