Watch the new video to promote the Foo Fighters’ upcoming US tour. Entitled Hot Buns, it’s kind of a fake gay porn video in a truck stop shower!
Grohl and the rest of the Foo Fighters (donning outrageous trucker attire) are finishing breakfast before repairing to the showers to wash off their road grime. Which is when the real, ahem, action starts.. (Note the crafty use of Queen’s Body Language in there!)
At the end of the clip, the band shows off their big rigs -(come on, they’re truckers!) – before the US tour dates roll. How on earth can the Foo Fighters top this one? See for yourself!
For the UNCENSORED version go here! http://hotbuns.foofighters.com
Oh and don’t forget – next single ‘Arlandria’ is out Sept 5th on all download platfoms! Video is coming..
Hot Buns- Censored version below:
There were plenty of jaw-dropping surprises in the last episode of “The Vampire Diaries” (Luka died, Matt almost died, Isobel returned..and so on), but what’s really bugging us is how things left off for Bonnie (Kat Graham).
On the surface, everything ended well for her in “The House Guest” considering she got her powers back and an adorable embrace from Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen). But there was another major development for B, as she shared that she knew the answer to the question haunting the entire Mystic Falls crew: how to save Elena (Nina Dobrev). Now, this should have been good news, but a deeper look reveals it’s more cryptic.
When we sat down with Kat a couple of weeks ago, we asked her just how far Bonnie would go to keep her best friend out of harm’s way.
“Bonnie has always put Elena first,” Kat explained. “Bonnie Bennett hasn’t really had much of a family growing up, that’s already been established. So the relationship she has with Elena, she’s constantly putting herself on the line.”
But will protecting Elena result in Bonnie putting her own life at risk? Kat wouldn’t go so far as to confirm or deny, but her answer was pretty ominous.
Supermodel Miranda Kerr Reveals Baby Bump. Miranda Kerr has revealed the proof of her pregnancy for the first time in a video to promote her new organic skincare line. The Australian supermodel, who recently married Orlando Bloom in a secret ceremony, unveils her tiny baby bump while she practices yoga in the video. Kerr, 27, announced last month that she is expecting her first child with the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star. And although she’s already in her fourth month, her bump displays just a small rise from her diminutive figure. The video is for her organic skincare line Kora, in which she can be seen practicing yoga and speaking on her healthy lifestyle. The supermodel and the actor announced their engagement in June. A month later, they announced that they had married in “an intimate ceremony,” prompting speculations that they had speedy wedding because she was pregnant. In August, Kerr admitted to the Spanish edition of Vogue that she already is four months along.
13 MTV Video Music Award Nominations for Lady Gaga. Following her blood-soaked performance at the MTV Video Music Awards last year, Lady Gaga continues her “Bad Romance” with MTV, picking up a record-breaking, and unlucky, number of VMA nominations this year. Lady Gaga tops the nominees this year, earning a record 13 nominations. She also earns a double nod in the Video of the Year category, becoming the first female to ever do so. She’s nominated for both “Bad Romance” and “Telephone” with Beyonce. If her votes are split in that category, the award for Video of the Year can also go to Florence + The Machine’s “Dog Days Are Over,”30 Seconds to Mars with “Kings and Queens,” B.o.B and Hayley Williams with “Airplanes,” and Eminem’s “Not Afraid.” “Bad Romance” also picked up nominations for Best Pop Video, Best Female Video and Best Dance Music Video. She’s also featured twice in the Best Collaboration category, once for “Telephone” and once for “Video Phone (Remix),” both featuring Beyonce. “I’m so honored for all the little monsters and self-professed freaks of the universe, to have more VMA nominations in a single year than any artist in MTV history,” Gaga told MTV about the news. “Ironically, I’m even more proud it’s an unlucky number: 13.” Eminem follows Gaga with the most nominations, also earning nods for “Not Afraid” in the Best Male Video, Best Hip-Hop Video categories, among others. He’s up against himself alongside Drake in the Best Hip-Hop Video category for “Forever.” Ke$ha earned nominations for Best Pop Video, Best Female Video and Best New Artist. Justin Bieber picked up a nod for “Baby” in the Best New Artist category as well. “The 2010 MTV Video Music Awards” will air September 12 at 9:00 pm ET on MTV.
New mobile magazine – ENM – Enjoy News More. RTV Channel today announced the launch of ENM (www.enm.la), a mobile entertainment site that focuses on music, celebrity news, film news and lifestyle content through a uniquely engaging and dynamic mobile experience. ENM provides users with everyday inspiration and practical ways to attain their best life. It combines the imagery and feel of a magazine with the appeal of a dynamic site such as rtvchannel.tv, to offer an mobile destination that is neither traditional Web nor print, but a unique escape for men who want to enjoy news more. ENM utilizes a unique vertical scrolling method, as an mobile and online lifestyle destination. ENM presents its topics daily with a fresh and in-the-know perspective, filled with glossy, full-screen photo galleries, videos, and unique features. ENM features original content from its RTV Channel editorial team, and relevant content from popular entertainment and lifestyle sources. – Sharing tools. Sharing tools will be included on each page and allow readers to share articles, videos and more with friends and family via e-mail, Twitter, Facebook and Windows Live. – Full-screen photo galleries. ENM will be loaded with visually compelling, full-screen photo galleries, covering a range of topics that are better seen than read, such as hot babes on the beach and chic body art. ENM is accessible at http://www.enm.la as well as through the RTV Channel home page, editorial programming across the RTV network. RTV will lead the advertising sales efforts. We are very happy to be partnering with RTV on the launch of the ENM Mobile Web site. We believe that ENM provides a unique opportunity to reach men at school/college who are looking for light, fresh content. We are excited to be engaging in this endeavor.” College boys/men spend more time on mobile/online looking at entertainment content than any other category, with 68 percent saying that going online is a great way to relax and 45 percent marking it as the most peaceful part of their day. For RTV Channel is among the most popular content categories, reaching millions unique users. “Music is one of our top content priorities because of its popularity among consumers and advertisers, and ENM is a great addition to our entertainment lifestyle portfolio. The launches of the new RTV home page have shown us the importance of delivering visually compelling and innovative designs and how quickly we can attract millions of customers using the distribution power of RTV streaming broadcasts to deliver a compelling new lifestyle experience on mobile phone.” We believe the innovative design and distinctive tone of ENM will excite both the mobile phone audience and advertisers. “Like all publishers, we are exploring different ways to deliver content onto all platforms. We are very excited about creating a mobile -only brand with an original voice that fills an open position in the marketplace.
A New Way To Enjoy News ENM. The internet is changing how we do things, and this is only be hurried along by convergence in mobile technology that results in hand held devices that can do everything , and by ever improving software and community websites. For example many people are now describing Twitter as the ‘pulse of the planet’ allowing you to see what ‘people’ are talking about from your phone and to contribute to the global conversation from you mobilephone. It was only a matter of time them before this moved to incorporate the news, and to make use of the ‘crowdsourcing’ that allows users to generate their own co ntent. Sites are now allowing you to write news reports from the convenience of your mobilephone while on the go, and to read other people’s contributions. At the same time this can also include news from papers, from blogs like ENM or other sources. mobilephone news also allows you to tailor your ‘cloud’ to ensure you only get the relevant news that you’re interested in, delivered straight to you. mobilephone then allows you to receive news updates that are actually interested and that are written in a way that’s engaging and colloquial. It’s practical as you don’t need to trawl through lots of heavy test to find the news that’s relevant and interesting to you. The news is also written in such a way as to adhere to the standards and trends of the internet, meaning that it’s written in short bite-sized chunks that anyone can quickly browse through. If you’re busy then, this provides a great way to ensure you’re always up to date and ‘in the loop’. The advantages of this are many, and this form of mobilephone news can really ‘liberate’ the way you consume news and information. First of all it liberates you from the constraints of the publishing industry. This way you get to enjoy the news immediately as it comes through. This is really daily news it’s minute by minute news. At the same time you are free of the constraints of the costs of print publishing and can this way enjoy the news for free or far more cheaply. ENM news is portable too meaning that you can read your daily news on your mobile without having to unfold a giant newspaper.
Sierra Leone Writer Awarded For “Stickfighting Days” The Sierra Leonean author Olufemi Terry has won 2010’s Caine Prize for African Writing. The prize is regarded as Africa’s top literary award. Terry won the honor for his story ‘Stickfighting Days.’ According to the judges – who praised his literature – Terry is a talented writer with a promising future. Terry, born in Sierra Leone, grew up in Nigeria, and was a journalist in Somalia and Uganda. He now resides in Cape Town. His book is about a boy named Raul who lives in a dump and fights with others boys using sticks. The Caine prize is awarded annually for a short story written by an African author and published in English. The winner is awarded $16,000 (£10,000). However, Terry objects to writers from the continent being singled out in a specific category, saying it is more of a hindrance than a help. But, he is grateful for having won the honor, regardless. It is the first step in getting his first novel published.
Martin Scorsese Hires British Cast For New Film. Oscar Award-winning director Martin Scorsese has hired British cast for his first 3D film. “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” will feature Sacha Baron Cohen, Sir Ben Kingsley, Sir Christopher Lee, and Jude Law among others. The film – which also stars Ray Winstone, Richard Griffith, Helen McCrory, and Frances de la Tour – is an adaptation of the award-winning children’s book of the same name by Brian Selznick about a 12-year-old boy who lives in the walls of a Paris train station. The titular character will be played by 13-year-old Asa Butterfield (“The Boy in the Striped Pajamas”). Screenwriter John Logan wrote the film adaptation. The film, Scorsese’s first foray into 3D, has started production in London and will be out in December 2011.
U2, Madonna Among Billboard’s Top Money Makers. If there was any doubt that U2 was the biggest band in the world, one look at Billboard’s Top Money Makers list should do the trick. Based on actual revenue earned by music artists from touring and music sales, U2 hits #1 on the list, earning nearly double of what the next biggest money maker earned at #2. Thanks to their sold-out U2 360° tour, the band is likely to earn the title for highest-grossing tour in history thanks to the high capacities of their 360-degree setup. The first tour as part of their current deal Live Nation, that includes touring, merchandise, and more, U2 is a clear lead at #1 with an estimated $108 million dollars in revenue. Bruce Springsteen is at #2 thanks to his constant touring schedule, the release of a new studio album and Walmart-exclusive hits collection, as well as publishing revenue from his discography of self-written songs and over 2 million in digital sales, The Boss earned a cool $58 million last year. Madonna came in at #3, earning an estimated $47 million thanks to international stadium sell-outs of her “Sticky & Sweet” tour as part of her new Live Nation deal, as well as her branding and licensing deals. International touring brought in the green for “Back In Black” singers AC/DC, who earned $43 million last year. Sorry Ringling Brothers, but Britney Spears had the highest-grossing circus last year. Her sold-out “Circus” tour, along with album sales and over 7.5 million digital downloads, earned her over $38 million last year. The rest of the top money makers according to Billboard include Pink ($36 million), the Jonas Brothers ($33 million), Coldplay ($27 million), Kenny Chesney ($26 million), and Metallica ($25 million).
“Glee” Heads To Oxygen, “Modern Family” To USA In New Syndication Deals. The two biggest new shows on television today are getting new homes. “Glee,” the hit Fox musical comedy, is heading to Oxygen, while “Modern Family” will air on USA following a new syndication deal with NBC Universal. The two top-rated shows are set to air on the two cable networks owned by NBCU. The shows are slated to begin airing regularly in the fall of 2013. Deadline reports that NBC Universal made preemptive offers for both shows last week, which also forced potential buyers like TBS to scramble to make offers. TBS reportedly offered $1.1 million for “Modern Family,” while USA offered $1.5 million. “Glee” fetched $500,000 an episode in the deal from Oxygen, and also earned the rights to air a “Glee” reality show to find the next “Glee” cast member. (A recent online competition to find the next cast member was cancelled). “Glee” will begin appearing on Oxygen as early as 2011 with marathon airings and the debut of the “Glee” reality show. “Glee” begins its second season on Fox this fall. “This is a unique syndication opportunity and we’re thrilled to be working on it with Oxygen,” said Steve MacDonald, Twentieth’s EVP and general sales manager, basic cable. “This deal not only provides viewers with the opportunity to see even more of the drama, comedy, song and dance that they have come to expect from ‘Glee ,’ but also extends the reach of this pop-culture phenomenon’s brand through a new reality series.” “‘Glee’ is the No. 1 hit show for women 18-34 and Generation O is obsessed with it,” said Jason Klarman, President, Oxygen Media. USA has the rights to air “Modern Family” Monday through Sunday starting in the fall of 2013. “This is one of the most exciting deals to date for USA,” said Jane Blaney, EVP of program acquisitions and scheduling, in a statement. “Arguably one of the most successful shows on television, ‘Modern Family’ couldn’t be a better fit for the network.”
Larsen B release debut album Musketeer on July 5th through Old Radio Tunes. Larsen B are named after an Antarctic ice shelf, though the band’s sound couldn’t be further away from the cold image it conjures. Hailing from Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire (though calling it by the doomsday book recorded ‘Watamestede’) Will Baguley, Simon Palmer and Paddy Smith formed Larsen B with the intention of weaving glorious and well crafted pop songs for the world to hear. Their first EP ‘The Treasured Memories of Cecil Element’ released in 2007 began the journey into their current incarnation from a more country tinged sound, before signing to Try Harder Records (Foals, Blood Red Shoes, Joy Formidable) in 2008. On Try Harder they released their second EP ‘Marilyn’ to a chorus of delighted praise, garnering attention everywhere from Mark Radcliffe to Michael Hann, The Guardian’s music editor. Marilyn’s inclusion on this album is a welcome one as the tracks shimmering quality and infectious chorus leaves you wondering whether anyone in the world could ever feel anything but endearment to the tune. Recorded at the Stables in Watamestede, listening to an album is sometimes like taking a tour of their village. ‘The Gold Cup’ swings by the Church for a spot of rapturous praise, before inviting the local postman around for a jam on ‘Kindling’ (the backing vocals here are indeed, provided by their postman). The album is filled with warm tunes, massive choruses and the innocence that great pop ever so rarely even catches a glimpse of.Set to arrive in stores on July 5th through Old Radio Tunes, forthcoming debut album ‘Musketeer’ echoes the atmosphere of Summer so strongly you begin to wonder if Wheathampstead has ever suffered through a harsh Winter, a golden Autumn is as close as we ever get. “A spectral, sepia-tinged beauty that ruminates on childhood’s invincibility. One to play on those hungover afternoons when your head’s a muddle and your heart’s all full up” – Drowned In Sound
Justin Bieber would date a 40-year-old woman. The 16-year-old pop star says an age gap in a relationship wouldn’t be a problem for him as long as the woman wasn’t over 40. He said: ‘Anything above 40 is a little too old for me. I just look for a girl who is funny and has nice eyes and a smile.” Justin – who is currently on a promo tour of New Zealand – still has a crush on Kim Kardashian, who at 29 is relatively young according to the ‘Baby’ singer’s romance rules. He said: ‘I think she’s cute. And, no, she’s not too old for me.’ Although Justin likes Kim, the socialite is more interested in setting him up on a date with her 14-year-old sister Kendall. Kim said: “I actually put up on my website that I think he should date my sister Kendall. I think Justin is adorable, he’s definitely way too young for me but I’d still love to hook him up with my sister.”