Here we go!
Ch-ch-check out all the tweets (below):
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This is too perfect!
Donald Trump has had a wacky habit of using any ol' song he wants on the campaign trail this year, all without permission. And musicians are getting really tired of it!
Thankfully, a few of them partnered up with John Oliver on Last Week Tonight to FINALLY do something about it!
On Sunday night's episode on HBO, Oliver opened up the segment explaining how politicians have pretty much co-opted pop and rock music on the campaign trail, before giving way to an amazing group of artists singing a NEW song about the problem!
Led by Usher, the funny music video included riffs from Sheryl Crow, John Mellencamp, Cyndi Lauper, Josh Groban, and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons — and it delivered a VERY clear message to politicians: stop using our songs!!!
Ch-ch-check out the funny video (below):
Would we expect anything less?!
As the number of women accusing former FOX News CEO Roger Ailes of sexual harassment and sexual abuse continues to climb (that number is up to more than two dozen right now, FYI), Donald Trump has swooped in to defend the scandalous TV news exec.
Speaking to Meet The Press in an interview that aired on Sunday morning, Trump told host Chuck Todd about Ailes and the sexual harassment scandal, saying of the TV exec:
Proof is in the
In his lawsuit, Fulks says several visual elements from Lemonade were stolen from his film, including images of "graffiti and persons with heads down," "red persons with eyes obscured," "parking garage," "black and white eyes," "the grass scene," and "side-lit ominous figures."
Well Queen B is calling BS!
According to legal docs, the Crazy In Love singer says both projects have completely different narratives.
While Lemonade tells the story of "an African-American woman who progresses through stages of suspicion, denial, anger and, ultimately, reconciliation in her relationship," Palinoia is about a "white man who is distressed in the wake of a failed relationship."
Lemonade is sweet, but it could also be VERY sour!
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