Rebecca Black has come a long way since "Friday."
The 14-year-old singer, whose much-mocked "Friday" is the most-watched YouTube clip of all time with more than 167 million views, has released a new single called "My Moment."
The "success" of her first song inspired a number of covers (notably by Glee and Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon) and countless parodies. She also appeared in Katy Perry's new video. However, the video for "Friday" was pulled off YouTube in June, leaving us "Friday"-less.
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Now, Black is back and sticking it to the naysayers in her new single by boasting that this is her moment: Weren't you the one who said that I would be nothing / Well I'm about to prove you wrong.
To be fair, the lyrics...
The Season 4 debut of Breaking Bad on Sunday night defied conventional ratings trends, attracting 2.6 million viewers to become the series' most-watched episode -- 32 percent more than the third-season premiere. And 1.5 million of its viewers were in the industry-prized 18-to-49-year-old demographic.
Charlie Sheen is shopping around his series based on the film Anger Management, Entertainment Weekly reports.
"I chose Anger Management because, while it might be a big stretch for me to play a guy with serious anger management issues, I think it is a great concept," Sheen said in a statement. "It also provides me with real ownership in the series, a certain amount of creative control and the chance to be back in business with one of my favorite movie producers of all time, Joe Roth."
As a DJ played Justin Bieber's hit "One Less Lonely Girl" during a Malibu, Calif., wedding reception, the singer happened to be walking by along with girlfriend Selena Gomez — and decided to crash.
"We heard a party so we decided to just come. So let's party," Bieber said on the disc jockey's microphone. Bieber and Gomez hung around a few minutes to take photos and meet the bride and groom.
The Walking Dead
AMC's sneak peek (which aired during Sunday night's Breaking Bad) of The Walking Dead's upcoming season shows Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) fighting off a couple of zombies. And he rocks out while doing it. Check out the skull fracturing:
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The car used on the Canadian version of Cash Cab struck and killed a pedestrian, The Associated Press reports.
Andrew Burnstein, the president of the company that produces the game show, said the accident occurred on Friday when a producer was driving the car back to a garage after the day's filming. Vancouver Police said that a 61-year-old man died in the hospital shortly after being hit. His identity has not been released.