The Muppets may not be getting the best reviews for their ABC show, but they're certainly still trying to stay fresh with their commercials!
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and tell us what YOU think!
This is just awful!
On Monday, it was revealed that while Lamar Odom was fighting for his life at the Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas earlier this month, employees of the facility attempted to snap photos of the NBA star. In fact, it's said that some even attempted to collect info from his medical records — which happens to be in direct violation with the HIPAA rules.
Unfortunately, this isn't the first time this has happened to an A-lister as Lammy's sister-in-law Kim Kardashian West and Britney Spears had their privacy violated during past hospital stays. Of course, the workers involved in those situations were fired and rightfully so.
And it seems in this similar controversy, the employees at Sunrise Hospital who took part in the scandal have been let go as well. Good riddance!
The hospital noted:
Britney Spears was performing a concert this weekend in Las Vegas, when she had a little wardrobe malfunction — but like a true professional, she never stopped the performance and she made it work like a superstar!
Brit was mid-song when the zipper on the back of her outfit went on the fritz, and despite her backup dancers trying really hard to get it closed — all while she was singing and dancing and moving around the stage — it just never worked.
But that's OK! Rather than ruin the show, the 3 singer turned it into an incredibly sexy part of her choreographed routine, with some backless outfit action that fired the crowd up!
Ch-ch-check it all out (below)!!!
Ghosts, goblins, ghouls … sexy cats.
Halloween may be all about lingerie and some type of animal ears nowadays, but have you ever wondered what people wore a hundred years ago?
A clever new video shows the evolution of Halloween costumes during the past century, and it's pretty awesome to see the papier mache masks and creepy Minnie Mouse outfits our predecessors wore.
And for some reason Britney Spears was really popular in 2005 — seven years after her video for …Baby One More Time was released.
But what is predicted to be the most popular costume for 2015???
Watch the full video (below) to find out!
Back in April, we learned that Britney Spears and Italian music producer Giorgio Moroder were teaming up to cover Suzanne Vega's 1987 hit Tom's Diner.
And now, the lyric video for their cool collab is finally here!
The remake is given an electronic makeover featuring lots of synth under the blonde beauty's signature breathy tone, transporting the track from the 1980s into the future.
And the video, directed by Superbros, certainly follows suit!
The words flash across the screen in bright neon colors and all sorts of crazy fonts! And during the song's iconic "do-do do-do-do-do," we see the diner come to life in beams of light that almost look robotic!
We totally imagine this is what a coffee house would look like in the future! LOL! Ch-ch-check it out for yourself (below)!
How cute is this?!
On Sunday, Kevin Federline's wife, Victoria Prince, posted a seriously adorable shot of KFed's six kids (Kori, Kaleb, Sean Preston, Jayden, Jordan, and Peyton) enjoying one another's company.
And the reason for the Federline brood reunion? It was all to support four-year-old Jordan during her first flag football game.
How awesome! We're glad the aspiring DJ was able to coordinate everyone's schedules around Jordy's special day! There's nothing better than seeing a blended family succeed!
Victoria even captioned the cute family pic:
"#JordyBear was so happy today that all her #BrothersAndSisters 👫👭👬 were at her first #FlagFootball game!!! 🏈💕 And of course the family mascot#MrFeddyWap had a blast too 🐶!! I'm feeling so thankful for this day🙏 Of course, like all siblings (and just people in general😜) these guys have their moments… But the six of them really do love each other so much and they have so much fun together!! Can't ask for more than that and Im so happy that my baby girls have 3 big brothers and one older sister that will no doubt always have their back 😇 #TheFedz #KoriMadison #PDubs#PeytieWaity #JBoogy #KalebMichael#BlkShpMob"
Aw! We especially love the hashtag, #TheFedz!
Though we have to wonder what Britney Spears was thinking about all this!
Oh well. Check out some more sibling bonding moments (below)!
New BFFs Alert!
The Almost Famous actress took to Instagram to flaunt (above) their epic hangout session.
The blonde beauties were practically twins, despite the fact that the Pretty Girls singer was sporting festive, blue hair. And it seems that the pop icon had quite a good time at the 36-year-old's party — as she too took to IG to share her own snaps from the night.
Be careful who you Google, kids!
On Tuesday, Intel Security released this year's list of the Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities — but don't panic, Perezcious readers! It's not the stars themselves you need to be worried about, just be wary when you look up their names on the internet.
A cyber safety expert with the security giant says musicians create such potentially harmful search results because web surfers looking for free downloads are fairly easy targets:
"Celebrity names combined with the terms 'free MP4,' 'HD downloads,' or 'torrent' are some of the most searched terms on the Web. When consumers search for music that is not made available through legitimate channels, they put both their digital lives and devices at risk."
The official claims that cybercriminals target the biggest names and high-profile stories in pop culture to try to trick internet users into clicking on links that could steal their passwords and personal information:
"With today's busy culture and a desire for real time information, consumers often click on sites that will quickly provide them with news and entertainment, without considering safety and security implications. Cybercriminals leverage this need for immediacy by encouraging people to visit unsafe sites that can steal private data."
But who does Intel say is the most dangerous person to search? Well it's actually…