Okay, so everyone knows that James Franco is still vying for the “Busiest Man in Hollywood Award” and his latest project is, no surprise here at all, a catchy commercial for Droid Turbo by Motorola. The best bud of Seth Rogen has made a number of cell phone advertisements, and why not. At the rate that James works, he can probably knock a record number of these one minute ads out in a day, or two.
Amid rumors that Justin Bieber’s girlfriend Selena Gomez may wind up singing for Law enforcement officials, the Canadian singer has managed to offend Koreans and his favorite lean of choice, sizzurp, has been taken off the shelves. This will put a major cramp in his lifestyle and there’s no reason to think that Gomez returning will get him to lay off the lean.
Tito Jackson; legendary superstar; older brother to Michael Jackson and one of the original members of the Jacksons, aka Jackson 5, arrived in London today from Japan, in order to do a collaboration with Chinese singing sensation Ayi Jihu, who is signed to Shlepp Records, and the two artists are recording a new song together at London’s Battery Studios. It will be the first time the two have met in the flesh and the first time they have worked together.
Michael Late and his act, The Late Mike Show, is currently in Las Vegas plugging his international show. Billed as the first Lederhosen Magician; Michael is an award winning magician who has worked extensively in Europe and just finished a three week tour in China. The Austrian performer wowed the Chinese population and won an award for his show and has been invited back, but, this time for a three month tour.
On December 5, 2013, after months of Nelson Mandela magically clinging to life against all logical expectations, the South African Government announced that the great humanitarian had died. Hence, after an overlong period of secrecy and deception, the icon was finally allowed to die. By the time it was officially announced, even the most devout believers, in the apparent lie pushed by the Mandela family and the South African Presidency, began to doubt its veracity. While the country’s denizens began the mourning process, others in the population; people who believed in Siener van Rensburg and his chilling prophecy, began to make final preparations for the “xenophobia.” Still more of the population eye their new Chinese “neighbors” and fear that they may be part of an end game solution.