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Back in 2014, Taylor Swift said “We are never ever getting back together” to free music streaming sites like Spotify. As of midnight on June 9, 2017, just three short years later, her musical repertoire was added back to Spotify and T-Swift fans around the world are rejoicing.
‘House of Cards’ Return Announced
You might want to ask for a vacation day on February 27 (it’s a Friday anyway) to be among the first to binge through the third season of ‘House of Cards.’ For some, this means a welcome return to DC with Frank Underwood. For others, this means the return of people being mad at you for not watching a show where everyone sucks and you honestly wouldn’t care if they all died in a fire.
Craig Ferguson Announces Last Guests
The Late Late Show Show with Craig Ferguson first aired on CBS on January 3, 2005. On December 19th of this year, Craig Ferguson will do his last monologue before his mortal self transcends to the heavens and he forms a new star in the constellation, Draco. That last part might not be true, but Mr. Ferguson will definitely not be doing his show anymore. Instead he’ll continue hosting Celebrity Name Game and will be passing the reins of The Late Late Show to James Corden, who will take over in March. This week, we learned who will be the last guests to grace the chairs next to Craig’s desk. The parade of talent paying their respects will include Steve Carrell, Drew Carrey, Carrie Fisher, Jon Hamm, Tim Meadows, Betty White, and for the big finish: Jay Leno. Don’t fall for it Craig! He’s trying to take your show!
Gonna try to keep it quick this week, Pop Culture nerds. Seven highlights from the past seven days. Our PorchDrinking pop culture team is a bit tired, still exhausted from the long-and-kinda-snoozy Emmys. Speaking of which, let’s start this pop culture week in review with a recap of TV’s biggest night.
Sons of Anarchy has a return date
SOA will return for its final season on September 9th. Kurt Sutter has revealed how many SAMCRO members will bite the dust in their final run. I personally don’t want to know, but …
Last week, we all became aware of the Punch Heard ‘Round the World. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again- some people just need to get punched in the face. So thanks to Orlando Bloom, here are my …
Sunday night was full of cultural revelations, and I’m not even talking about Jesse Pinkman’s… But as a quick side note: HOLY BREAKING BAD!… No, I am referring to the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. It was a time to see the latest trends in teddy bear swimwear, just how tall is Bruno Mars and possibly the worst kept secret in world come to fruition. So let’s take a look at last night’s big moments!
So the Grammys happened…remember?
I know Tristan already did a breakdown of the show, but I love the Grammys so you will hear what I have to say. I don’t give a shit about the awards themselves but the performances are usually bananas. I’m still talking about the Mumford/Avett/Dylan performance from two years ago. But this year, no trapeze. No weird eggs. And seriously not enough Beyonce. Ok, so apparently I just want it to be 2011 again. At least then we wouldn’t have to deal with LL Cool J or his silly hats. You’re not hiding anything from anyone- Just be bald. Own it. And I know they weren’t your fault exactly, but you could have chosen not to make a “Grandma/Grammy” or a “Fun. is fun” joke. We are the choices we make, sir.
So I’m sure you are either tired of hearing about the Golden Globes or forgot they happened already.
But bear with me whilst I do a brief recap told mostly in video and picture form. There weren’t any really horrible moments
that didn’t involve Anne Hathaway or Claire Danes, so I’ll just run you through my favorites/first five I could think of.