Have you guys seen this video of Vin Diesel dancing to Beyonce’s “Drunk In Love” yet? It instantly went viral after he posted it on his Facebook page, the day after the Grammys. Got to say, even though his “moves” are terrible, I kind of love it.
I finally got around to checking out Rebecca Black’s new single, “Saturday,” and you know what? It’s kind of awesome.
Like, it’s actually pretty cute – she’s poking fun at herself and partying with her friends – and I admire the fact that Black has managed to work her colossal Internet #fail to her advantage. Plenty of us were simultaneously mesmerized and horrified by “Friday,” Rebecca Black’s claim-to-‘fame’ back in 2011, and a few crazies took it a step further by issuing death threats against Black (who was 13-years-old at the time).
Instead of crumpling under the weight of all her ‘haters,’ Black apparently went on to set up her own YouTube account, which has accumulated over half a million subscribers. Yesterday, she posted the music video and single to her follow-up to “Friday” – albeit three years too late – “Saturday.”
I’ve written before that I’m not always the biggest fan of web series. However, every once in awhile one comes along that I find myself enjoying immensely. About a week ago, I sat down and watched The Mop and Lucky Files. Set in Los Angeles, the series documents the (mis)adventures of two women in their […]