Finales always tend toward the polarizing, but most would agree that the 'Breaking Bad' ultimate end "Felina" at least wrapped up the story of Walter White in a conclusive manner (whether or not you believe it to have happened in real life, or inside Walter's head). That said, two high-profile pop culture icons have spoken out against the 'Breaking Bad' series finale, and while we'd be hard pressed to link acclaimed director Oliver Stone and Britney Spears, their bizarre criticisms certainly merit mention.
If you're wondering whether to sit through 'Smurfs 2' with or without (no judgement) the little ones, perhaps this will sway your decision -- Britney Spears, the trainwreck only rivaled by Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes, is contributing a new song to the official soundtrack that will be "Smurftastic."
Homina, homina... wait, what were we doing again? Oh! While 'Glee' season 4 is going back to the well of Britney Spears seems like a questionable decision for a season trying to establish itself as something different, there's no arguing that at least some of the show has grown up with its characters. So if 'Glee' wants to hit us "baby one more time," who better to soften the blow than Ms. Lea Michele herself? And in case you never watch, fellas might want to tune in for this one.
You know, we can remember sitting in Ballroom 20 during the Comic-Con 2011 panel wherein 'Glee' series creator Ryan Murphy promised the show would become more about the interpersonal drama between the character rather than flashy guest stars and tribute episodes. Yet here we are, only one episode deep into 'Glee' season 4, and it's time for another Britney Spears tribute! Love or hate the new season, it's hard to deny the full-length performance of 'Hold It Against Me" at least has sex appeal!
If you thought Britney Spears would be the sweet and cuddly Paula Abdul of the revamped 'X Factor' panel, you might wanna think again. A new promo released by Fox shows that while Spears may have been initially nervous about being a judge on the show, she's clearly found her footing and could even give the notoriously brusque Simon Cowell a run for his outspoken money.
It takes a special kind of person to judge America's talented performers, be they auditioning for 'The X-Factor' or 'American Idol,' and an equally special viewers to keep with both shows season after season. But with all the recent hubbub over Britney Spears' first weeks of shooting for 'X Factor's second season, and Jennifer Lopez's decisions whether or not to return to the next season of 'American Idol,' you won't believe how the two are intertwined.
Last night during the first 'X-Factor' auditions in Austin, TX, newly-minted judge Britney Spears walked off set after a wanna-be contestant butchered her song "Hold It Against Me." After waiting for her to return, the three remaining judges - Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato and LA Reid - continuing judging the next four contestants by themselves.
But was Britney Spears really upset or was it just a misunderstanding?
America, meet your (somewhat) revamped 'X Factor' judging panel -- according to several media reports, 19-year-old singer and actress Demi Lovato will join newly-signed pop star Britney Spears, music executive L.A. Reid and series creator Simon Cowell when the talent show starts its second season.