Listening to Mariah Carey Claim She Doesn't Know Other Famous Women is Our New Favorite Pastime
In this day and age, anyone can become famous overnight. It's hard to keep up. It's even harder to keep up with people when you're the OG diva, Mariah Carey.
During a recent interview on "Watch What Happens Live," Mariah made claims that she didn't know a lot of people. Or they she maybe knew a few people.
She does know Lady Gaga. Or they've met.
She does not know Ariana Grande. She does not think Ariana is an homage to her.
Mariah does think Taylor Swift is really sweet.
She has never met Madonna.
Katy Perry went to her show once.
Mariah might have met Miley Cyrus in a bathroom once.
Later, she went on to say she doesn't know Demi Lovato either and if you want to meet her, you should come up and introduce yourself.
But, if you do meet her, you better curtsy or something because being the OG diva is a lot like being the queen.
As Ariana Grande plots her career and her personal journey following the horrific attack that killed 22 people outside of her Manchester, England concert, one dad in Georgia has a few things to say to her. (Things that I'm so glad someone finally said out loud.)
I will say-- if you would've asked me in 2002, who would end up a big-time mogul and consistently creating between Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson and Mandy Moore, I'm not sure I would've said Jessica Simpson.
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A couple of weeks ago, Carrie Underwood called up the Nashville Predators before a home playoff game and asked to sing the National Anthem. Since then, Luke Bryan, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Vince Gill, Keith Urban, Kelly Clarkson and Trisha Yearwood have been asked to sing. This series of events caused the Preds' "regular" National Anthem singer, Dennis K. Morgan, to reach out to the media and air his disdain for these decisions.
If you missed ABC's remake of the classic "Dirty Dancing," you only missed the opportunity to see what happens when you try to reinvent an eternal classic by adding a Pussycat Doll into the mix. Of course, the Internet had a lot to say about one of the saddest primetime made-for-TV movies ever.
I've always said I'm glad social media didn't exist when I was in middle school. I would've had more terrible YouTube videos out there than one could ever imagine.
6 Pretty Hilarious Things Jessica Simpson Said on "CBS Sunday Morning" (Before That Interview with Ellen)
If you don't watch "CBS Sunday Morning," you're missing out on one of the most enlightening and endearing shows on TV. Like a lot of things I do on Sunday, I religiously watch this show. Last week, Jessica Simpson was interviewed and I didn't think much of it, until I saw that super weird interview on "The Ellen Show."
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has played some incredible roles over the years. From his years as a cocky tough guy in the squared circle, to a guy that is racing to Witch Mountain (Which mountain? THAT mountain!).