Our favorite online videos this week range from the cute to the downright weird. In keeping with the holiday spirit, we've got First Dog Bo Obama inspecting the White House Christmas decorations, rapper DMX singing "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," and Jimmy Fallon, Mariah Carey and The Roots teaming up for a spirited rendition of "All I Want For Christmas Is You." But it's not all about the tinsel. We're also re-obsessed with Sesame Street's take on Boardwalk Empire, a patient pug teaching his feline sibling a lesson, and a mashup of the 50 best pop songs of 2012. Check out those videos and more below:
After only six months together, Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger are engaged.
According to People, Kroeger popped the question, accompanied by a 14-carat diamond, on Aug. 8.
The Canadian pop-rockers met in February when the Nickelback frontman teamed with Lavigne to co-write a song for her upcoming album.
Canada showed off its good-natured humor — and many quirky traits — in a festive and tongue-in-cheek Winter Olympic closing ceremony that was anything but short on laughs.
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Setting the tone early, the show recalled the opening ceremony gaffe when one of the four Olympic cauldron legs failed to rise because of a technical problem. On Sunday, a mime — with an electrical belt — "fixed" the defective leg and Olympic gold medalist, speed skater Catriona LeMay Doan, finally ...
Taylor Swift must share her spotlight once again with Kanye West. Billboard Magazine has named Swift the top female artist of 2009 and West the top male artist.
Swift also was chosen's Billboard's top artist of the year — Kanye was sixth on that list.
Beyonce, Eminem win VMAs as Kanye rains on Taylor Swift's parade
Back in September, Swift's VMA acceptance speech was interrupted by West, who took the stage and declared that Beyoncé — who placed second on Billboard's top female artists list — should've won for "Single Ladies." Since then...
Tons of kids wearing black and metal horns high. It's the VH1 Rock Honors baby, yeah! Right now, my iPod is filled with nothing but '80s music and metal. So naturally, the second annual Rock Honors was highly anticipated in the Steed household. Over the past week, I've closed my eyes to not read any reviews of the show by critics who've never gotten near a ZZ Top album. So what you read below is my opinion only. Hell, yeah!!! That phrase could describe many points during the night, so let's run it down from the beginning. I hate Nickelback! I think they are the absolute bottom of the barrel, the point at which all bad music is judged. The Mendoza Line of the music world. Naturally then, you can probably understand that when they opened this broadcast my horns slithered away. But and Lord, forgive me for saying this, but I promise this will be the only time Nickelback actually rocked. D'oh. Making that statement almost makes me vomit, but it's true. Their performance of...