We can laugh becuase no one got hurt, right? Either way, pretty cool way to watch $200 Million burn up!
Staind singer Aaron Lewis apologized for messing up the National Anthem before Game 5 of the World Series between the San Francisco Giants and Kansas City Royals.
Lewis mixed up several of the songs lyrics.
His apology read:
“All I can say is I’m sorry and ask for the Nation’s forgiveness. My nerves got the best of me and I am completely torn up about what happened. America is the greatest country in the world. The Star-Spangled Banner means so much to so many, including myself. I hope everyone can understand the intensity of the situation and my true intent of this performance.
“I hope that the Nation, Major League Baseball and the many fans of our national pastime can forgive me.”
Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs is a cover artist master, recreating popular songs in countless different styles and genres. In honor of Halloween, Vincent covered Michael Jackson’s spookiest hit single Thriller in 20 different Halloween/heavy metal styles, such as Ozzy, Marilyn Manson, and more! Happy Halloween!
Something tells me this girl has never been told, “No.” Either that or somebody drank too much pumpkin-spice laced booze before the game because she looks to be white-girl-wasted. K-State fans didn’t do this when Baylor robbed us of our National Title hopes. Those two are going to make some wonderfully obnoxious kids some day.
President Obama was a good sport on Between Two Ferns. And so, too, is “Bradley Pitts.”
Or so Brad Pitt is mis-introduced by Zach Galifianakis on the Funny or Die Web show in a hilarious new episode released Thursday.
Pretending to be the dumbest talk-show host alive, Galifianakis is known for being brutally deadpan with his guests. And Pitt gets a hail of abuse right from the start – on-screen text identifies him as “Bard Pit,” star of “12 Years a Salve,” and the first question he’s asked is about when he lost his virginity.
Galifianakis goes on to ask Pitt, 50, about his handsomeness and his acting talent (or lack thereof). And then he really gets personal with questions about Pitt’s wife, Angelina Jolie, and his ex-wife, Jennifer Aniston – sort of. (You’ll have to watch to see how.)
At times, Pitt seems to be trying hard not to crack up; at other times, he looks appalled. But he manages to make a pitch for his charity, Make It Right, and for his new movie, Fury – even if Zach pronounces it “Furry.”
That looks pretty damn deep. The Schwartz is strong with this one!
Pretty good, but he doesn’t take requests. Also, don’t criticize his rhythm or he might shoot you. AMERICA.
Ozzy Osbourne said really loves being sober, and at 66-years-old, he feels the best he has in a long time.
Ozzy said if he had to give advice to his 21-year-old self he would tell him not to do drugs.
He now exercises a lot, goes for regular physicals and no longer smokes or drinks.
Ozzy relapsed in 2012 while Black Sabbath was working on their album, “13.” He had been sober for seven years up until that point.
HBO has teamed with Facebook to present “Foo Fighters Sonic Highways: Live From The Cubby Bear.” The concert will air on HBO’s Facebook page.
The band will be doing a concert at midnight Friday (October 17th) immediately following the first episode of the band’s documentary “Sonic Highways.” The documentary airs at 11 pm eastern time.
The concert will be the first-ever live performance of their new single, “Something From Nothing.” The band’s eighth studio album that has the same name as the documentary will be out November 10th.