Jennifer Lopez went on Britain's Got Talent (which they clearly ripoff our America's Got Talent years before we even started, typical...) to promote something, a song probably. And now, due to a wardrobe function*, the performance is getting blasted for being too naughty.
The multi-platinum album-selling singer arrived on stage wearing a tiny black leotard that barely covered her famous derriere, and within moments both Twitter and viewer forums were awash with angry comments from BGT fans who were furious at the 'inappropriate' nature of her appearance.
And by Wednesday morning, broadcasting industry regulator Ofcom had been inundated with complaints from viewers who were unhappy to see such a raunchy performance on a family show. (dailymail)
When I was in the seventh grade, my class had to host a breakfast and perform for the graduating eighth grade class. I don't remember the theme, or why I was chosen, but I did a lip-synched routine to some Beach Boys song. To look the part I wore a Hawaiian shirt and short white shorts. I took some guff for the short shorts, as baggy was the style in Southern California in the early nineties. But I didn't care; I did it for the art. So, I totally get what's going on here.
He trained... He won. America's son: Kenny Rackers. It's a very proud day to be an American!
American wins Gloucestershire* cheese-rolling race
Once the unofficial event kicked off, the estimated 3,000 spectators were treated to a spectacle that saw participants risk serious injury by chasing a piece of fake Gloucester cheese down a hill.
American Kenny Rackers, who travelled more than 4,000 miles from Colorado Springs, won the main competition on Sunday.
The 27-year-old estate agent, who wore a US stars and stripes morph suit, said afterwards: ‘I came over specially for this and I did what I had to do to win. (metroUK)
Well done, sir, well done.
*Gloucestershire is somewhere in the United Kingdom where they apparently roll cheese down a hill and chase it competitively.
President Obama on Letterman, 9/18/12; go to 26:30
Susan Rice, talking points... talking points, Susan Rice... That's all you hear about in regards to the response to the attacks on American facilities in Benghazi, Libya last September. And I just saw this tweet from the AP:
Our interactive looks at the Benghazi attack and the controversy over the Obama administration's response: apne.ws/14kjTCR -DC— The Associated Press (@AP) May 14, 2013
They have Susan Rice on the Sunday shows on September 16th going off some CIA talking points blaming the anti-Islam video; which is the only thing I hear people talking about. Maybe I'm missing it, but I haven't heard anything about the President going on Letterman with pretty much the same talking points two days after Rice was on the Sunday shows.
"Here's what happened: we had a video that was released by somebody who lives here, sort of a shadowy character, who has an extremely offensive video directed at Mohammad and Islam... so, this caused great offense in much of the Muslim world, but what also happened was extremists and terrorists used this as an excuse to attack a variety of our embassies... - President Barack Obama 26:30 into the above video"
It had nothing to do with the video. So, either the President was given the wrong information too, or a month and a half before an election the President went on a show that he knew the host wouldn't call him out on anything and blatantly lied. I actually hope he blatantly lied; if the CIA is giving the President wrong information we have bigger problems.
I think Obama also went on The View the same day and told the same lie; but I, of course, don't watch that show. No, not because I'm a guy, you sexist, because I have a day job.
From the YouTube post:
"A revised version of David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station.