We imagine that they were left just as speechless as everyone else when they heard this travesty!
The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kim Zolciak debuted her brand new song, Google Me, live on Bravo's Watch What Happens last night, but unfortunately, the inspiration for the track, the search engine Google, doesn't seem to thrilled about it!
Two separate reps for the company have responded with NO response, claiming “we have to decline” and “we don’t have a comment here.”
LOLz! So does that Kim Z isn't becoming their new spokesperson?
We want the song to play while we're waiting for our searches to load!
Behold the wonder and magic of the future receipt of the Grammy for Best New Artist from A Basic Cable Reality Series With Blonde Hair!
Kim Zolciak was on Bravo this week to talk about Real Housewives of Atlanta, but also, to debut her first LIVE performance of her new single, Google Me.
Yes, the Internet's most widely used search engine is allowing her to use their namesake. Perhaps, like us, they see the incredible dramatic irony of it. (Or perhaps they just haven't gotten around to suing the weave off of her!)
Regardless, Kim threw it down last night with Andy Cohen and besides looking like she didn't know the words, singing over a full track and overall looking like someone who was just hit by a taser, she does an AMAZING job!
Check out the first LIVE (we can't stress that enough) performance of Kim Z's latest jam! (above)
Cara Delevingne's awkward interview sure is polarizing, but if you ask the co-hosts of The View, it is downright maddening!
On Wednesday's new episode of the ABC talk show, one of the hottest topics was the Paper Townsinterview that went viral after Good Day Sacramento anchors chastised the 22-year-old actress for looking tired and being unenthused.
Well, Raven-Symoné was the first panelist to share her opinion, and she was 100 percent Team Cara as she praised the model for not letting the hosts get away with asking dumb questions, or, you know, getting her name wrong.
While Michelle Collins also supported Cara in the argument, Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, and Nicolle Wallace each called Cara out for being too young to act better than the people helping to promote her new movie.
While the three oldest View co-hosts may have a point that you always have to be "on," Cara was just as sarcastic as usual and, if anything, the journalists were the ones being unprofessional by making fun of their guest live on camera.
Are U #TeamCara or #TeamSacramento??
Ch-ch-check out Raven and Michelle vs. Whoopi, Rosie, and Nicolle (above)!!!