By brendon June 06, 2012 @ 11:01 AM
John Mayer tells Rolling Stone that he was humiliated by Taylor Swift, perhaps because she laughed when he took his pants off for the first time, a pain I know all too well, though in hindsight I wish I had read the article first before volunteering that.
Mayer says that he was “really humiliated” by Taylor Swift’s song “Dear John,” which (she) allegedly wrote about him.
“It made me feel terrible. Because I didn’t deserve it. I’m pretty good at taking accountability now, and I never did anything to deserve that. It was a really lousy thing for her to do.”
“I never got an e-mail. I never got a phone call. I was really caught off-guard.”
At that point he stopped with the personal insults. And started with the profesional ones.
“I will say as a songwriter that I think it’s kind of cheap songwriting. I know she’s the biggest thing in the world, and I’m not trying to sink anybody’s ship, but I think it’s abusing your talent to rub your hands together and go, ‘Wait till he gets a load of this!’ That’s bullshit.”
Well then John should abuse his talent too and write a song called “678-61-9134″, or whatever her social security number is, and then have lyrics like, “Taylor Swift, who lives on 612 Doheny Road in Beverly Hills…” And then he could be like Taylor again and deny that the song is about anyone in particular, and really just about relationships in general. I hear ya John, I’ve been there too, buddy.
(image source = fame/flynet)
Taylor Swift gets made fun of a lot, and it’s all 100 percent justified, but by almost all accounts she’s a perfectly nice person (assuming you didn’t used to date her). So it’s really not that shocking that she just donated $4 million dollars to fund music education. MTV says…
The six-time Grammy winner has donated $4 million to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville to fund what will now be known as the Taylor Swift Education Center, an exhibit and classroom space scheduled to open in 2014.
The planned education center will be more than 7,500 square feet spread over two stories (with) three classrooms and exhibit space. The expansion will allow the museum to dramatically increase its youth education programs.
This is especially nice when you consider that educating kids about music will make them realize how awful Taylor Swift songs are. Either that or she didn’t really think this through.
(image source of taylor shopping at victorias secret = fame/flynet)
By brendon February 28, 2012 @ 2:28 PM
In December, Lancome had to pull a Taylor Swift ad because they used so much photoshop on it, which is weird because she’s only 22, and, as you can see in these pictures of her this morning at LAX, she actually looks ok without any makeup. It’s a real testament to Lancomes product. Here, buy some stuff that will make you look almost exactly like you did before, unless you know how to backlight yourself and gaze longingly.
(image source = splash)
By brendon February 08, 2012 @ 6:57 PM
Taylor Swift was probably pretty disappointed when she didn’t get a part in the upcoming film version of ‘Les Misérables’, especially since her boyfriend got the part he was going for in the same movie. That could make things a little awkward when she goes and visits him on the set.
Luckily he figured out a solution to that little problem. AOL says…
After losing out on the dream role of Eponine, Taylor Swift has reportedly been dealt another blow since being dumped by her new beau, actor Eddie Redmayne.
Taylor and Eddie were set to co-star in the ‘Les Mis’ flick together and (had) quickly gotten close as they prepped for filming. “They hung out in New York City with the movie’s execs. And Taylor developed feelings for him fast.”
However, when she was passed over, Redmayne’s feelings allegedly went from hot to cold. “Eddie’s not interesting in a long-distance relationship. The elements were against them. It’s a shame.”
I’m sure Taylor is annoying to date but this guy really does sound like an asshole. Unless he’s the guy from “Momento”, I’m pretty sure he could go film a movie for three weeks and then just come back to her. Stop being so dramatic, jackass.
By brendon January 27, 2012 @ 2:24 PM
Taylor Swift gets a lot of credit for writing her own songs, but she shouldn’t because all they are is a list reasons why every guy she’s ever dated is an asshole. Naturally that means her new record will be filled with coy allusions to Jake Gyllenhaal, even though they only dated for a few months, well over a year ago.
Swift (who has penned angry, sad songs about exes Joe Jonas, John Mayer and others) has indeed devoted anguished tunes about Gyllenhaal on her upcoming new album.
“She’s haunted by that relationship,” a source tells Us, adding that Gyllenhaal, 31, “totally screwed with her mind.”
WOULD SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS CUNT A DIARY. Until then, here’s a sample of the lyrics:
“My mother accused me of losing my mind/But I swore I was fine…
Don’t you think I was too young/To be messed with…
Don’t you think nineteen’s too young/To be played/By your dark, twisted games…”
Oh wait no. Those were the lyrics Taylor wrote last year about John Mayer. Because he screwed with her mind too. All these guys are just jerks I guess, who are mean to Taylor for absolutely no reason. Awww, the poor little lamb must have some kind of curse on her!
By brendon December 20, 2011 @ 4:24 PM
Back in July, Lancome had to pull some ads because their liberal use of photoshop crossed the line from “enhancement” to “fuck you”. But it sorta made sense because it was an ad with Julia Roberts, who looks like an old glove.
Now CoverGirl has to pull one of their ads too (pictured above), an ad featuring 22-year-old Taylor Swift. Business Insider says…
Procter & Gamble has agreed to never again run an ad for its CoverGirl mascara because it used “enhanced post-production” and “photoshopping” to make eyelashes look thicker than they were in real life. P&G agreed to the ban even though it disclosed in the ad that the image was enhanced.
The move is the latest in a series of baby steps that U.S. and international advertising regulators have taken to ban the use of Photoshop in advertising when it is misleading to consumers.
How are ads that blatantly lie allowed at all. Even a little. Is Porsche allowed to say, “you won’t believe the pussy you’ll get.” Because it’s been six months and so far nothin. I can barely make my payments. Can I sue them or what?