As with all good secrets (this short is in fact a goof on The Secret), the spiritual awakening of "The Key" lies in the experience itself -- not in some journalist telling you about it -- thus find it here for your viewing pleasure.
Each release was either a bloated, masturbatory "meh" (Gaga, Timberlake), a bland retread aimed squarely at third graders (Perry), or a bafflingly mixed bag of roaring promise and faux-controversial poppycock (The fair Cyrus bird).
Just a week after a controversial trip to Brazil involving illegal graffiti and a visit to a brothel, Justin Bieber is now in the midst of an international scandal involving the hijacking of a petroleum gas tanker with a band of Somali pirates.
I can't imagine adding another self tracking device like Fitbit to tell me that all that spinning on sidewalks made my number of steps decrease by 7 percent from yesterday, that I would be 19 percent more efficient today if I hadn't gotten out of bed twice last night to pee and that regardless of what I do to 'improve' myself, I still have a 67 percent chance of getting breast cancer.
When he sneaked out from his hotel to do some graffiti on a wall in Bogota, Colombia, Justin Bieber most probably didn't imagine he would stir a heated debate and provoke a chain reaction, which ended up legitimizing graffiti and urban art.
Britney should instead be proud that her music, bad as it may be, is being put to good use in the global fight against terrorism and the struggle to establish justice and peace in our troubled world.
Separately, I've been getting a lot of questions about how I handle my friends being in college, while I'm off racing around the country. I'm used to it at this point, I've always known I wanted to pursue my professional career in racing.
Lately, I've been waking up with Gisele. Every day, one of the world's highest-paid supermodels greets me with a beaming smile and an ebullient "Good morning!" -- sometimes while she's striking a yoga pose.
Having been in NYC just a few weeks ago, I did not tritz over to the City as street-style wannabe; I had neither time nor inclination to forge my print presence in that way.
Online, we take power into our own hands by creating new and unconventional routes to success; we bypass corporations, speak to our audience en masse and make ourselves marketable. Online, you're nothing if not a brand.
Ever since he was four-years old and dressing himself, Moziah "Mo" Bridges, now 11, insisted on wearing a suit and tie whenever he could, even to the grocery store or while riding his bike.
A lifetime ago, when I was writing about rock'n'roll for a daily newspaper, I had to watch and then write about the very first MTV Video Music Awar...
Everything fits better in a list. I make lists. I alphabetize my lists. Here are some life lessons I need to teach my kids in a handy list...
Rock is dead. That statement isn't really true but it has certainly felt that way for quite some time. We live in a syrup pop and hip hop world, and r...
Noah Becker and Daniel Maidman both make figurative paintings and write about art. Their ongoing conversation, conducted by email, illustrates two people with profoundly different outlooks on their many points of commonality working towards a shared vocabulary for talking about art.
Here at What's Trending, we want our viewers to be as swaggalicious as possible, so, after watching Justin Bieber pee in the mop bucket screaming, "...