Thursday, May 28, 2009

Pizza-Flavored Combos are Delicious.

Because every train needs a caboose...
So apparently Lady Gaga is bisexual, but is only attracted to women in the physical sense. Gee, I'm terribly surprised. Who would have thought that a woman who's done that much blow wouldn't think twice about going down on a girl because it's trendy, but would never date a girl. It apparently has made past boyfriends "uncomfortable." What guy is uncomfortable with his girl grinding all over other girls in the bar but only coming home with him? Christopher Knight.

Also, apparently, she's insane. Please watch the new music video for Disco Stick (Love Game) and agree with me. I know you will.

Nicole Scherzinger featuring Nicole Scherzinger with a special appearance by Nicole Scherzinger!

Nicole Scherzinger The Pussycat Dolls have released a video for their new single, Hush Hush; Hush Hush. This remix of the original track, Hush Hush, has a fun, up-tempo video which shows amazing disco choreography (possibly choreographed by Doriana Sanchez?) with a sample of I Will Survive. This video, however, marks a steep change in the Dolls' dynamic. The first minute or so of the video is Nicole naked in a tub. Then, she's singing on some stairs while Jessica, Melody, Kimberly, and Ashley dance around in the background. The lead vocals are provided by Scherzinger... as are a majority of the background vocals. Original album art of the single indicated the track was performed by "Pussycat Dolls featuring Nicole Scherzinger" (this was later changed to avoid confusion.) While she says that she had no influence of the album art, many speculate that Nicole is planning on pursuing a solo career. Did everyone forget the time she did that already? She officially released two tracks, as well as an unofficial track (Whatever U Like feat. T.I., Baby Love feat. Will.I.Am, & Steam, respectively.) Her solo career basically bombed. So what do they do? They just make the entire album about Nicole.
In the original deluxe release of Doll Domination, there were five extra tracks - each one featuring one of the other dolls. However, at a recent concert, Melody Thorton tearfully thanked fans for supporting her "even though [she's] not featured." Can the Dolls survive without Nicole? Can Nicole survive without the Dolls? I have a feeling that it won't be long 'til we find out.

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