Monday March 10, 2014 13:53
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Posted by March 6, 2014, 5:00 pm * Kendall Fisher * 0 comments
Wait… Don’t tell me you thought everything on reality television is actually real?
Sorry all you Krazy Kardashian Kfans (this ‘k’ is silent)… Kim Kardashian is over everyone knowing where she lives. Yes, we’re talking to all of you who have hopped on one of those Hollywood star tours in hopes of seeing North West out playing in the yard with her parents.
Kim has started using different home exteriors on episodes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians for security reasons.
“My old home in Beverly Hills was really my home and I would get people showing up at all hours, ringing my gate and had to call the police on several occasions,” she explained to a fan during the Mobio Insider Q&A on Wednesday.
“It was so unsafe. The Hollywood star tours would stop by, too because they recognized my home from our show. After that we realized how unsafe it is to show the exterior of our homes.”
Now don’t get your panties in a bunch over this quite yet… While the exterior may not be her own, the KUWTK star says that everything filmed within her home is real. Phew!
Honestly, can you blame the girl? I wouldn’t want the world knowing where I live either.
What do you think? Leave your comments below!
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Friday March 7, 2014 08:24
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Tuesday March 4, 2014 05:15
Katy Perry should give her limo driver a 10% cut of profits from her new video … because he’s the one who discovered the biggest breakout music video star since Courteney Cox.
Jiff the Pomeranian steals the show … and credit goes to the guy who was sitting behind the wheel last month while Katy was at the Grammys.
We’re told the driver noticed the tiny pooch doing skateboard tricks and he was good enough to attract a crowd. The driver shot video of the pup and even took a flyer from the dog’s owner which included contact info.
When the Grammys were over Katy got in the car and she and the driver started small-talking. She asked what the driver had done to pass the time … he showed her the video of the dog.
Two days later … Katy’s people took the flyer from the driver — he wisely saved it — and made a deal with the dog’s owner.
So now Jiff is a big dog … a star in his own right. And we’re told Katy says she will work with him again.
So congratulations limo driver. You’re a big dog, too.
Monday March 3, 2014 04:41
The Amazing Spiderman co-stars and real life couple Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone will mark Earth Hour by switching off the lights in Singapore.
The annual Earth Hour event encourages citizens around the world to conserve energy by turning lights off for 60 minutes, so Garfield and Stone will begin the hour by switching off the lights across Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay skyline at 8:30pm local time.
The British actor says, “I’m proud Spider-Man is the first superhero ambassador for Earth Hour because he shows we can all be superheroes when we realise the power we all have. Earth Hour is a movement that has created massive impact around the world.”
Director Marc Webb and Hollywood star Jamie Foxx, who joins the actors in the film’s upcoming sequel, will also be in the Asian city for the big moment on 29 March (14).
Tags: Andrew Garfield – Emma Stone
Sunday March 2, 2014 03:39
Graphs detail the popularity of key words in song lyrics of Billboard hits
Researchers found lyrics have become more explicit in recent years
Use of terms like sexy, body and sex have rocketed
By Mark Prigg
PUBLISHED: 17:53 EST, 27 February 2014 | UPDATED: 19:12 EST, 27 February 2014
They are an incredible insight into the changing face of music lyrics – and even show that perhaps Justin Timberlake really did bring back sexy, in song lyrics at least.
A US artist has created these amazing graphs detailing the popularity of certain key words in song lyrics of Billboard hits.
They reveal that in fact, since Justin Timberlake’s 2006 hit SexyBack, the word really has spiked in popularity in music lyrics.
HOW HE DID IT
Artist and researcher Nickolay Lamm created the graphs as part of a project called ‘Money, Love and Sex,’ which delves into the trending lyrics of Billboard hits.
It tracks the popularity of certain key words in song lyrics, tracing how their use has expanded or declined over time.
‘A lot of the songs on the radio are very sexually explicit, and I know I’m not the only one to make that observation,’ he told MailOnline.
‘I made a guess that songs back in the day, in the 60s to 80s had lyrics that were a lot more friendly and talked about love.
‘I wanted to see if these assumptions were true.’
Lamm worked with a programmer on the project to create a huge database of song lyrics.
‘I had to build a database of lyrics, and manual checking of their accuray. I then created a program to build these graphs, and worked with a programmer to do this – although the logic came from me.’
The project was originally to analyse just three words – money, love and sex.
However, after building the system, Lamm decided to expand its scope.
‘I thought I’d check some more, and the project grew from there.’
Once he decided to expand the project, Lamm added words such as “home,” “lonely,” “weed” and ‘ass’.
The more red a song is, the more often that particular word appears appears in the song.
For example, if a song has five ‘love’ words and a total of 100 words in the entire song, that song is assigned 5% and a particular shade of color.