From last night's Jimmy Kimmel live.
I'd say more, but really why bother trying to add anything to this magnificence?
But one modern artist has finally figured out what Thomas Kinkade's bucolic scenes are lacking. What they've always really needed to be complete. And that's a full-scale invasion by Star Wars's Evil Galactic Empire.
Let's laugh and cry together, and try to take comfort in the fact that at least we're not Somalia.
There have been plenty of artists throughout history -- self-styled, legitimate, or somewhere in-between -- who've done terrible things, but what puts Kelly into a select group is that his artistic oeuvre has always been tied directly to what's apparently most reprehensible about him in the real world: his worship of sex and kink and his prowess in the bedroom.
It's Monday and that means it's back into the maze with you, lab rats. Here's what you need to know as well as whatever other reading material we could scrounge up to make you day a little less daunting.
She's had a network that would go to the mat for her and a captive audience. But can she be a hit outside of Fox News?
Ever since Jetta's music was used in the year-end Google ad recapping 2013, people have been digging to find out more about her.
It was the title track that closed the album where Sky Ferreira, ironically shined. I say ironically because the song was in fact pitch black and oozing sexual menace which built slowly to a climactic thrum of near-industrial white noise. It actually felt like fucking on ecstasy.
Expansive and powerful, bluesy and swaggering, and cool and groovy.
A blast of synth-pop exuberance, a shout of pure post-punk fury, and an astonishing hip-hop high-wire act.