This is really sad to hear.
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This goes out to everyone who was irresistibly bad at sports in high school!
Fall Out Boy has released the video for their new song Irresistible, and we can't get enough of it!
The band plays basketball against some people who are much, much, MUCH better than them, but you know what?
It doesn't even matter because the crowd keeps on going wild, cheering them on!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
After months of speculation, the time is finally here!
But is the former reality TV star having a strong and tough little boy, or a dainty and precious little girl?!
She's going to have…
Holy moly, this sounds like it was AWESOME!
Fall Out Boy has been around the music scene for a VERY long time, so it's no wonder they would have the opportunity to do this!
But, wait! Don't get your hopes up too much yet, because we may NEVER hear the songs they made because they were 'too odd,' according to Pete!
Although the reasons behind their fall out (all the puns intended) were kept under wraps back then, the Fall Out Boy lyricist candidly opened up to Howard Stern about why their relationship went down hill!
But before everything went south for the former couple, Pete actually thought they would last until the end of time.
Race is an issue that this needs to be talked about, and MTV is trying to get the conversation started.
This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, for the first time in the network's history, they'll be airing all of their programs in black and white from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The goal is jar audiences enough that they'll begin having, what MTV is calling "The Talk – candid, confident and 'color brave' conversations on race and bias." It's all a part of their Look Different anti-bias campaign.
Throughout the day, monologues from people like Kendrick Lamar, Common, Big Sean, Ava DuVernay, David Oyelowo, Penn Badgley, Jordin Sparks, Pete Wentz, Sen. Rand Paul, Rep. John Lewis, and Sen. Cory Booker will air, to help get people to discuss our differences.
We have a first look at Penn Badgley's clip for you (above)!
MTV's President, Stephen Friedman, talked about this, saying
Thank you Fall Out Boy, this is TOTALLY our new jam of the day!
The band's next album is set to be released in just over a week and the boys have been teasing the world with new songs and each one is better than the last.
But we gotta say, we think Uma Thurman, inspired by the actual Uma Thurman, is their best one released so far!
It's so catchy, fun, and totally quirky, which apparently was their intention for the song!
Pete Wentz took to the band's tumblr page to explain the inspiration behind Uma Thurman.
"To me, Uma Thurman and Winona Ryder, they were these women in pop culture who were quirky, but that made me only crush on them harder. and rather than going with the traditional Uma Thurman role, we thought a lot about Kill Bill and who her character was in that, and this kind of resilience and this violence, but there's something that's authentic about it (like a woman taking revenge or being empowered). so that's what the chorus of the song's about, and the verses are what you would do to try and capture this woman's affection."
We can totally dig it. Ch-ch-check it out and let us know what YOU think of their brand new track!
P.S. Don't forget to pick up Fall Out Boy's album American Beauty/American Psycho on January 20th! We have a feeling it's gonna be their best yet!