So, Demi Lovato is in the news for a few things. One because she has some extremely sexy photos out, nothing trashy, just sexy. And because she announced her next single “Heart Attack”. So much for giving your heart a break.
And I can almost put money on the fact that Facebook won’t “like” this (Credit, Mashable). Apparently, the idea of “liking” something on the internet was patented back in 1998.
The social network is currently being sued for its use of the Like button, a feature which was patented by Dutch programmer Joannes Jozef Everardus van Der Meer in 1998, five years before Facebook’s launch.
With this in mind, why would it take the holder of the patent so long to file? Do you think Facebook will care? Talk to me in the comments below or on Twitter.com/therubenjay!
White Collar returned last week and is on tonight (check local listings). This show is literally one of the only shows a year that I get excited for when it returns and bummed when it ends. I started watching during season 3, but right after it went on a mid season break, I wathed all seasons from 1-4 and loved the show.
Maybe I watched too much in a short period of time, but it seems to me that White Collar has gotten a little stale. It’s the same old Neal Caffrey, same old Peter Burke, same old Mozzie. When will it change? The begining of Season 4 was promising with Neal being in paradise and then coming back.
With Suits becoming overly popular, I urge White Collar to make a hug change in season 5, or 16+ episodes will be too much. What do you think? Comment down below in the comments!
What to you think? It’s a sick song, right?
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According to Perez Hilton, Lamar Odom is cheating on Khloe with girls from all over the country (Tiger Woods?).
This is not the first time we have heard rumors about Lamar Odom cheating on Khloe Kardashian!
sayssez, where there is smoke, there is fire. Hopefully this is not the case for Khloe and Lamar, but then again we can’t say we would be surprised.
A basketball player cheating on his wife isn’t a story we haven’t heard before! Sucks, but it’s the truth.
So what’s being said??? Apparently Lamar is going out a lot with his friends, thus where the cheating rumors enter the story.
Of course when Lamar was confronted, he denied it but mind you, these are just rumors.
Girl band Fifth Harmony has apparently signed with Simon Cowell’s label, SyCo! This means that the girl band is on the same route as UK Pop Sensations, One Direction in potentially taking over the world of music.
Fifth Harmony ended their run on the X Factor on fire, singing a massive number with Judge on the show, Demi Lovato. I won’t be surprised if this group becomes as powerful as the Spice Girls were.
“I knew from the girls’ first performance at the judges’ homes that we’d done the right thing,” Cowell announced to People. “The chemistry between the girls both on stage and off is fantastic, and they are incredibly talented.”
So tell me in the comments below, are you glad that Fifth Harmony signed a deal?
According to Mashable, you are now able to call your friends using the Facebook App!
Free calls are placed by tapping the “i” icon on the top right side of chat, and then selecting “Free Call” from your friend’s contact card. Your friends will need to have Facebook’s stand-alone Messenger app installed on their phone in order for the feature to work (otherwise the “Free Call” icon will appear grey and marked out).
Tell us, is this a feature that you would use?
Ryan Seacrest is the lifeblood of “American Idol” … and without him, the show would struggle to survive — so says executive producer Nigel Lythgoe.
Nigel was out in L.A. yesterday when we asked if Seacrest was considered dispensable, much like the judges — and Nigel replied, “Ryan Seacrest drives the entire program. He’s not on an earpiece or anything. He’s not beholden to anybody. He controls the show. He’s really important.”
He added, “It would be very, very difficult to replace Ryan Seacrest.”
But the bottom line, Nigel believes “American Idol” transcends any one individual — saying, “I’ve never believed that Idol as a franchise is beholden to any individual because everybody said it would die the minute Simon Cowell left, and it hasn’t.”