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As 2013 nears its end, we look back wistfully on all of the new pop music that was released this year: the good, the bad, and the overplayed. DJ Earworm brings us the latest entry in his yearly United State of Pop series, which combines the 25 most popular songs in the U.S. over the past year (according to Billboard Magazine) in one epic mashup. Which song was your favorite?
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Who better to teach you how to take the perfect selfie than the Queen of Selfies herself, Kim Kardashian? Watch her and BFF Brittny (no, it's not misspelled) Gastineau teach you 3 simple steps to achieving the perfect selfie. Basically shoot from high to low, know your angle, and check the lighting... but we know you probably want to watch the video anyway.
Those irritating words we've all used or heard way too much of over the past year: twerk, yolo, swag, at least when Justin Bieber got ahold of it. As 2013 comes to an end, it's time for them to go so the new annoying batch can fill the spot in 2014. Except the "F-word," - that can stay. Who doesn't like to drop a nice "F-bomb" every now and then?
Just like Kim starring in a Kanye video, this parody was "Bound 2" happen. Watch the comedic co-stars and real-life buddies Seth Rogen and James Franco recreate Kimye's now infamous music video. Both couples are not shy with their PDA as they ride off into Arizona on their motorcycles. We predict this is one of many parodies to come of the real-life couple's steamy music video, but these guys have already set the parody bar quite high.
The folks at Air New Zealand are embracing J.R.R. Tolkien's and Peter Jackson's impact on their country's culture. The setting of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings series has essentially become New Zealand and the airline is inspiring guests to visit their "precious" home.
He came in like a wrecking puuuugggg! Bruce Wayne the pug makes his official music video debut with this hilarious tribute to Miley Cyrus' now infamous video for "Wrecking Ball" where she swings across naked on a wrecking ball and cries in an extreme close-up of her face. We think Bruce Wayne is a bona fide star and could give Grumpy Cat a run for her money. Check out what the RTM staff had to say about this musical number by clicking here!
Channing Tatum is a very talented actor, but he also has some EPIC unseen talents. Check out what Tatum can do as Jenko in this incredibly funny video.
If you like Kerry Washington and are a fan of Ylvis' mega-viral video "What Does the Fox Say," this will blow your mind. Check out this hilarious parody of the hit song alongside SNL cast member Jay Pharoah. Oh no he d'nt! Kerry catches her man texting with another girl! What does his girl say? Find out in this classic parody that should have you LOL-ing.
This is perfection for anyone who is a Back to the Future fan. What's Trending did something really cool. They gave "What does the fox say?" a Marty McFly makeover by meshing the film with Ylvis' ever-popular viral music video sweeping the nation. We know Biff says "butthead" and Lorraine says "Calvin," but what's Michael J. Fox say? Watch and find out.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Watch Miley Cyrus class it up by gracefully covering Lana Del Rey's hit "Summertime Sadness." Miley performed the song live for BBC Radio 1's "Live Lounge." Promptly after recording this awesome rendition, the queen of shock walked over to meet one of her best "Wrecking Ball" impersonators Greg James.
The craze for the seasonal "pumpkin spice" has made McDonald's, Starbucks, and other companies a ton of cash. However, you'd be surprised how little pumpkin is actually used in the making of your favorite pies and lattes. The New York Times takes a look at what is really in the pumpkin spice that consumers are rushing to enjoy before their availability goes away.
Oscar the Grouch has been a party-pooper on Sesame Street since the 60s, but a more contemporary foe may steal his title as the most mopey figure around. Grumpy Cat has issued a challenge to her rival in unwarranted angst to see which is the most miserable-looking star.