A comeback tour is a big deal. It's supposed to be full of anticipation and excitement and enthusiasm and, in the case of Garth Brooks, a good ol' fashioned tumble. On the second night of Brooks' comeback tour, the singer managed to fall down on stage, knocking his cowboy hat off in the process. It happens.
As someone who has taken a good spill here and there, I can relate to celebrities when they fall on or off a stage during a show. I feel for them... but that doesn't mean I can't smirk when I hear about the mishaps. These are some of the 10 greatest on-stage falls, which we can giggle about, because none of these artists were seriously injured. (I think I'll let these videos speak for themselves.)
#1 - Rihanna
Please note: Some music videos below may be NSFW.
Recently, we talked about couples who made a music video together to profess their undying devotion, only to break up or divorce some time down the road. Some of these artists were even repeat offenders (looking at you, Britney and J.Lo). But maybe couples in music videos isn't all bad?
Here are five couples who starred in a music video with one another and stayed together.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill first got together in 1996. Since then, they've starred in five music videos together, including "It's Your Love"; "I Need You"; "Let's Make Love"; "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me"; and "Like We Never Loved At All" (above). They've had even more songs together, and they currently have a Las Vegas residency called Soul2Soul. Although there have been recent rumors that they might be going through a tough time, so far, the couple still belongs on this list.
Today is National Puppy Day, the CUTEST holiday of the year! What is National Puppy Day? A day to celebrate puppies, of course! What do puppies have to do with this blog? We post about puppies — a lot. Here are some of our favorite puppy-related posts. Enjoy!
Katy Perry's latest single "Dark Horse" is re-imagined 20 different ways in this 4-minute video. The creator tackles everything from 'N Sync to Red Hot Chili Peppers, Run DMC to Slipknot. It's pretty amazing to watch him easily bounce from one genre to the next and most are emulated with near perfection. (Or, at the very least, a zillion times better than I could do.) Plus, all of the music was produced and recorded in house.
What do you think?
A video has been circling the internet of two parents who lip-sync to a song from the film "Frozen" called "Love Is An Open Door." Even though the parents really wanted a little attention (they uploaded the video and called themselves "good looking" in the title), it's their daughter in the back of the car who's a total scene stealer (even yawning at one point).
If there was a lip-sync version of "Frozen" — which is heading to Broadway, by the way — these parents could make a great Anna and Hans. Check it out!