If you've been keeping up, then you are well aware that this coming week, Gleeks will be treated to a double-helping of Glee deliciousness. Back-to-back episodes are slated for Tuesday night, including the New Directions final shot at glory at Nationals. Will Rachel Berry and Co. finally take home the gold?
There's only two things standing in the way of that dream: some persnickety judges –like yours truly and Lindsay Lohan (keep an eye out for us!) — and this band of extraordinarily talented kiddies who call themselves Vocal Adrenaline.
Here EXCLUSIVELY on PerezHilton.com is a FIRST LOOK at Alex Newell's return to Glee with a performance of Nicki Minaj'sStarships(above)!!!!
And don't we look just so GOOD?! We were SO into this! Can't you tell?!
And now for the unlucky 13. Some weeks you're in, other weeks you're out. This week Eva Green is both. In addition, Carmen Electra seems to frost her hair at home, Kris Jenner dresses (spoiler alert!) too young, Jerry Hall just looks tacky, and a few more style sins. Read on and see if you agree.
Serena Williams, tennis star, fashion designer and sometimes actress has stepped into the booth to record a few songs. One of the rap songs was leaked to TMZ, and you can listen to the track below.
The oft-Grand Slam champion has admitted that she doesn't "love" tennis, so it seems the songs are another step in Williams' attempts to branch out. She has also joined Sleep Sheets, a company which offers sleep aids.
As for the lyrics? "I ball hard, no tennis racket / I can't see these haters through my Gucci glasses," she begins rapping over a bouncey, Southern-inflected beat. "Swag out this world you should call me Venus," she continues. "That's my sister, my name is Serena."
NEW YORK — The CEO of JPMorgan Chase, which disclosed a $2 billion loss last week, said he was "dead wrong" when he dismissed concerns about the bank's trading last month.
CEO Jamie Dimon said he did not know the extent of the problem when he said in April that the concerns were a "tempest in a teapot." After the bank reported the trading loss, investors shaved almost 10 percent off the bank's stock price.
"We made a terrible, egregious mistake," Dimon said in an interview that aired Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." `'There's almost no excuse for it."
The $2 billion loss came in the past six weeks. Dimon has said it came from trading in so-called credit derivatives and was designed to hedge against financial risk, not to make a profit for the bank.
Speaking at an Iowa Faith & Freedom event on behalf of his father Ron Paul'sRepublican presidential campaign, the GOP senator mocked Obama's announcement that he had concluded "same sex couples should be able to get married."
“Call me cynical, but I didn’t think his views on marriage could get any gayer,” Paul said, according to Kathie Obradovich of the Des Moines Register.
Well, good morning and welcome once again to your Sunday morning chronicle of quickly typed reactions to stuff that happens on political prattle shows. My name is Jason. Happy Mothers day, to you all. Right off the bat, we have to hand it to Meet The Press, who last week actually managed to do something rare -- it had a moment of far-reaching relevance that actually impacted the world of politics. This is the Sunday Morning teevee equivalent of the "Miracle On Ice."
But hey, Joe Biden, out there, speaking his mind on marriage equality got a little idea snowballing, and pretty soon, the White House was abandoning whatever coldly calculated same-sex marriage rollout they had planned and President Obama was like, check it: now I am for this stuff, too. Okay! That was midway through the week, and I don't even know why other news was even trying to happen that day. Sorry, other news! We are going to all ride this Obama-is-for-marriage-equality pony until it gives out from exhaustion.