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How terrifying and horrific!
When Paul Walker and Roger Rodas’ car crashed on Saturday, people pulled over to see if they could help.
The footage once the firefighters got there was awful, but this is just shocking.
Two people stopped their vehicle and filmed the car on fire, then posted it on the internet.
If you’re innerested, you can take a look
Though the Jersey Shore house survived Hurricane Sandy, the cast members are definitely feeling its aftermath!
Check out the EXCLUSIVE video (above) to hear what JWoww had to say about Sandy!
Wow, we cannot even imagine how scary and devastating it has been!
We’re also glad that MTV is in the early stages of planning a clean-up special with the GTL gang in Seaside Heights, where they spent summers filming the show!
Our thoughts go out to all those affected by this horrible disaster.
Chris Brown sure seems to be channeling a lot of his anger out through music these days!
He already took some serious shots against ex-girlfriend Rihanna in a remix of Kanye West's Theraflu a while back, and now, he's taking aim at Drake on a brand new remix of I Don't Like with The Game!
Give his verse a listen (above), during which he says
That's what Universal Music Group, Aftermath, and Interscope Records want.
The company that discovered Eminem, F.B.T. Prods, was awarded a higher royalty rate on digital downloads and ringtones back in September when they won an appeal to the Ninth Circuit that gave them 50% of royalties on Eminem's music. The rates usually run between 12 and 20%, however because the justices saw digital downloads as "licenses" rather than traditional sales, F.B.T. was awarded more.
So now, UMG wants to take the case to the Supreme Court, filing a writ of certiorari that petitions for a hearing.
According to the petition, UMG wants the Supreme Court to decide on whether or not F.B.T. was allowed to appeal the royalties case in district court after a full jury trial had already taken place.
This would be a first for the music industry as it would help decide on how royalties for digital music would be handled in the future.
What do U think? Should the case be taken to Supreme Court?
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People need to just get over it!
"[My sexuality] remains one of the main topics of conversation, wherever I go. But it's OK, it doesn't bother me. When I'm abroad, people mostly ask me why they talk about it so much in the U.S.! And it's normal, because there are very few openly gay artists. I just don't want it to overshadow my music, and this can be the case because of the media, who have a tendency to sensationalize the issue."
When asked if he was capitalizing on his "coming out" by writing a song called Aftermath, Adam said:
"Pop is so commercial that when there's a cause that you can support in an honest manner and when you can influence people to make their life better, I don't think you should pass up the opportunity. It's very exciting to be able to do something meaningful, beneficial. Even if it's only a simple pop song, there's an intent behind it, which is to help people to better accept who they are.
This album allowed me to introduce myself to the public and the media, to show them what I do. So if I have the opportunity to continue in this business, it won't be necessary to talk about [my sexuality] anymore, because it will already have been talked about. What else can they say?"
So true. With his Grammy nomination and a promise of a new album being recorded next year, let's hope everyone can just begin to focus on his music and not his sexuality.
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